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ACS (Part 1): Gary Sinise and Hollywood Hand Me Downs

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ACS (Part 1): Gary Sinise and Hollywood Hand Me Downs

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So thank you very much for that. Good day Gina grant, Paul Ryan, eat a dick. I wanna thank lifelock and lows and men for sponsoring this half of the show and Gary Sinise in studio good, see again, my friend. Thanks very much. There's many things going on in the military world and the auction world and entertainment as well. We'll get into Gary with that Gary. I'm in love with Gary Sinise. Everybody says he's the best guy in the planet. I know it firsthand because I showed up about three or four years ago to race and Coronado. Coronado island on the military base. And there was Lieutenant Dan all set up and playing for free. And I was so nice as excited see Gehring here the band and the music and gave me a little tour of his tour boss and showed him the race car. All very it's a very American was that the one of the ball Newman cars, I think I was driving a Bob sharp car that I think was Opole Newman as in Newman sharp racing team from from back in the day or I was driving a. Dots in two thousand roadster that blew the engine up on all figure. I'll figure it out. Max panel tell me he was there. But the band sounded great how many how many dates do you guys play year? We average about thirty. I think something something like that. And visually. It looks like Seattle commercial there. But audibly, it's totally different Iraq. It's every time. I see commercials bunch of guys got together in a bar one black like who are these people? This work. But it's very entertaining though. Yeah. Do your barn. The background is everyone. Good enough that in you play enough that you don't need to rehearse or how does that work? Well, we've rehearsed formerly about once a year when we learned some new songs, but the band's been playing now for fifteen some years, so we can pull it together pretty good. If we haven't played in for weeks or something we just get up there, and do it and all things military, I'm guessing and all the proceeds going to the military now. Well, the the band is a program of my foundation. Gary Sinise foundation. So I only play for the military. That's that's all I do. I don't play for money or play for anything else is just part of the mission. So it's to raise spirits raise awareness, raise funding that kind of thing and the generosity the American people who support the Gary Sinise foundation, we take that. And we provide entertainment much like the USO does the there's going to be cheap. That's. Going off tomorrow as you hear this, and that's at Barrett Jackson and Scottsdale. So it's the big auction weekends. If anyone is curious about the big auction weekends is there's Pebble Beach oxen option weekend. That's where I would go do the Rolex historic race at Laguna Seca, then they're Scottsdale. That's where all the our EMS and the Gooding's and the meat gums, maybe make them bear, jacks and all that. And then some point Amelia Island, Florida. So there's like three big ones. This is sort of the second in the triple crown or first of the year, and these things are getting massive. They they're not only massive massive TV shows some of the best ratings like the scullery channel history channel have old. Just be these auction shows the go up there they bring these vehicles out there. Most of them are for profit. But some or for charity in the charity ones oftentimes knock it out of the park. Because you can ride off part of that. Will you can write it off past what the value of the vehicle would be? So if an eighty one CJ seven nicely done is thirty grand everything past that you can tell on Sam you're going to keep. And that's good. And and that's exactly what they're going to do with its gene you did that with Richard from fast and loud, right? Yeah. We we went to we propose an idea about supporting the garysinisefoundation with refurbishing of a vehicle. He chose us nineteen Eighty-one Jeep and all the proceeds are going to go. The Gary Sinise foundation from the auction. We're going to do it at five thirty Friday, and I'm going to be there. And as my first time never been there before. So it'll be interesting thing. I'm now, unlike you, Adam I'm not a big car guy. But I'm learning more about it as as time goes on. They did a TV show the fast and loud TV show. Richard Rawlings is real recognizable car, Karen der-. Short of I guess think. Oh god. What's his name from drive ins and diners guy? Fieri guy Fieri for cars. You know, you'll see him on dodge emerging euless burgers. Wrenches? Kind of a personality meets, you know, rancher probably a little more personnel sort of guy Fieri less chef little more personality. She ater. But does it does. As entertaining shows gets these cars, flip some modifies them and does them all and then puts them up at sometime cells in private, but does does the charity thing, and he's got his name on it. And he's his it's been, you know, these guys at a certain point a lot of these guys sort of become like artists, you know, what I mean like it's a Picasso's got his name on. It's going to be worse. Something now in in one day because his name is on. Oh, yeah. And you can see on that. I mean, he put garysinisefoundation logos on it. It's on the speedometer. It's got garysinisefoundation and all this. So it's really specifically raisins. Yeah. There you go that's one of our coins challenge. Stuck to the side one day after the rollover accident or pulling the parametric pulling the couple out. They'll see the Gary Sinise. Upside down we'll see they can read Gary Sinise when it's inverted on the steering wheel. No we which years. Happy mother the people come to like ads. I didn't really mean that joke say horrible joke. But they've actually it's really your tapping. God bless them got speed. And God bless. So you'll be up. So it is a mad house. I mean, it is kind of Woodstock for cars. There's huge nothing. Like what stock only nothing like, holy totally voting block. It'll be a bunch of dudes. It's a huge. It's a tent, but I mean, the tent will take up forty acres. They'll I it really. Well, like, I don't know. I don't know what they expect max Pat to over there. But. I mean, it's massive massive thing city of tents, and they just go in there and just gets bigger every year. Richmond porn, man. Ted city. Yeah. It really is. Yeah. Really Berg and very Chattan rich, man. Poor man should be having a drink in a tent having a ball drinking booze in town. That's not a middle class thing. That's on the streets sucking on some Stor. No or drinking a high ball with Richard Rawlings and Gary Barrett Jackson, Scottsdale. All right, two thousand sixteen when we saw Gary I was driving the dots and six ten roads. Broken to fifteen chart my life through card area. So the book is well, we'll talk about that. Tell me about the book grateful American. Yeah. I have the the book coming out February twelfth. Road. It took about a year to write it. It's it's it's grateful American Journey from self to service. So it's really it. And and it's a memoir goes through a lot of the early theater days at I started theater company and Chicago step in wall. Then. Then into a lot of the the acting workup singular focus on movies and acting in theatre and that kind of thing and then post September eleventh, really everything changed, and I started devoting all my time, not all my time. But majority of my time when I wasn't working to supporting the men and women were deploying Iraq and Afghanistan been all over the world started the band play play multiple concerts over the years. Probably four hundred something concerts over the last fifteen years for the military started the foundation, and so it really is this sort of memoir that journeys into the service work that that I'm proud of and spending all my time on right now, let's talk about happiness and service and all all get a little cathartic here. And but you. Tell me what your own experiences. You know, every time you talked to any deep thinker. They go happiness isn't about material objects or money or how big your houses, or whatever it's always about providing service and human connection and volunteering, and we all kind of know it like we all kind of know the Christmas where you just kind of get everything you want to start tearing everything open, and it's all there, and you don't really appreciate it that much my kids. And then we all know that thing of when I was a Catholic big brother felt really good like I felt good about it. You know? And and I was poor. And I never got any gifts. I didn't ever even get never really got thanked or anything from the kid later on. I became a celebrity. I never talked to him ever. Again. What is the ultimate of a star fucker star coaster? We got gotta work. It out star star does too. Does to literally Saum every weekend until I got on basic, cable and. In being he turned eighteen and I never saw me in. But I felt good. So the question is so every year I go now come on. You know, that's me and young Nate at one of the Catholic. Big brother barbecues when I was twenty eight and a half or thirty whatever the hell, I was it. Somebody else spell out that name tag is your name is incredibly legible. I wouldn't ever. I can't I would put a swastika was not intentionally obviously. I couldn't I my penmanship with so bad. Well, I if I was writing my name on a name tag. I would start in the middle and run out of room for the m the m would be on the sticky part and have an arrow like third writing Aero's go round. Madam Madam now, the Amazon round the band. Yeah. The yeah. That's young date. Never never heard from the boy. But either way, okay. It was good. Now. I go. Okay. This is this is what happiness is service after provide search service, and I've completely Noord everyone's advice and my own advice. And I just keep moving forward. Like, I need another car. Need a bigger house above the never. I'm happier. Never what happened. Tell me about your happiness level general levels of happiness. The further you've gotten into service for others. I well like I've had a blast life. And in a lot of ways they've been ups and downs certainly in difficult times. And I try to keep those in perspective the good times as well as the bad time. So you keep it all in perspective. I met a lot of great people over the years. Many of them have suffered and struggled and been through a lot of lot of terrible things. I've learned a lot from them. I've. Felt blessed at the you know, success I've had and tried to pass on some of the. Two others. Did you have a phase or a time in your life? When you were more self-centered and less about service and more about yourself your career, your well that that's why the book is called that. It's it's it's a journey from self to service and house. How service were took over my life. And how I really feel like, you know, it's it's given purpose, you know, greater purpose. You know, you try to be a good dad. You try to be good husband. You try to be good family person. Take care of all all those needs. And try to be good dad. Yeah. You tried. You're still trying. It's been thing. I'm good three days. A week is. So, but is it safe to say that your happiness level has gone up? If we drew a graph of Gary Sinise happiness level and service level that it would sort of fall of the same trajectory. Well, I think that the the service work gives life purpose. You know, a greater purpose? Let's use hurt business. Yeah. Happiness. I think we mix happiness with herpes all the time. Whereas purpose is like. Feel like happiness is sort of a snow cone and cotton candy and purpose is a big steak with vegetables and some broth like in some Azure sauce. It's hardy in I'm getting hungry in happiness is just sort of the fluffy candy corn of life that everyone for some reason as chasing after but it's really pleased of empty calories. So lease we pursue it here in this country. Yes. Yes. And I'm guessing you're pretty patriotic dude because I'm grateful American. There's no question about it. I part of an in terms of happiness. I tell people are I I'm sort of a broken record, which I somehow makes me into douche. I guess that bigoted just something like, which is like look finding things about this country that don't work and. And trying to fix them or remedy them is a good pursuit. But literally walking in your house in fucking looking for anything any chrome on the ground or anything or finding something that does work and turning into something that doesn't work are looking for the negative constantly is is a direct path to unhappiness, and I think this country does that I think we're I think we're like dogs chew on their own. Like, we just we are obsessed with how bad this country. Either is or was who I don't know. I can't measure it, maybe Germany will give us a run for the money, but who talks about their country's deeds from two hundred years ago and beats the shit out of themselves more than this country like who. Well, we did to the native American. Yeah. What we did. I don't know we my family's from Italy. And my wife's families like literally from Italy. I I don't know what the we is how many we's. How many guys Jebediah are actually still here? The great great descendants from these guys. I mean, Gary Sinise enforced Gump. Yes. But they're not that many of his. How many how a get it? There's things that could work better. And they're things that need to be fixed. But does it have to be the sort of this constant? Yes, it's like me going. Oh, no. I love my son. I love. He's a great boys at dear boys, a good. I I'm his father a fan of either. But all I do is tell them. How shitty is all day every day, and what he could have done better than what he did in the past. And remember the third grade NAT Goodyear, not a good year for you. Many people were hurt many people that element -tory school a lot of tears tears, anyway, love you to death. I love you to death. I'm proud. I love you your whole year. Horrible of shame. Shame. Why do we what is this pursuit? I don't I don't get it. I'm not saying put blinders on in March around waving a flag. I'm just saying what countries do we compare ourselves to around the world who's doing much better than us who's done better in the world than? Well, yeah. But what about all the yes, there's always going to be that who are we comparing ourselves to as what I'm saying a and snow globe like the beautiful little village in it like who what other countries don't have skeletons in their closet a pass. But then who who gets cold on when there's a su- NAMI who who are we supposed to reach who wants to fix everything innovation medicine. Would we be better with more countries around the world that had our our mindset or less? What's the Middle East? What would what are we doing? Gary all of the answer everything there. There's a lot to unpack there. Look. My my focus is. Yeah. Okay. Every country on the planet and the history the planet has its skeletons in the closet. It has its flaws. It's has its history. You know, the history of the world is all about conquest. And who had the bigger sword? New ad the most guns new ad the bigger army. That's how borders were drawn. Right, right. As the as as time goes on. So you know, we all can dig into our past and not be terribly happy about it on the other hand here in this country. We have freedom providers. And we have we have a freedom that when you travel around the world, and you go to different places that don't really understand. What that is. You have a a new appreciation for it. And you have an appreciation for the. People fight for it, and defend it and protected, and I am grateful person for that. I could spend all my time like you screaming about the crumbs on the floor, dirty room and all that stuff. And I'm sorry. Adam you need some you need some help there. But I could do that. But on the other hand, I've been to too many hospitals. You know, I've seen too many wounded folks with burns all over their bodies and blindness and traumatic brain injury, and amputation and all this terrible stuff this terrible scars and wounds of war, and I've seen resilient families throughout the past several decades going through these terrible challenges in the hospitals. And I found a way that I could support them and help them and does that give life meaning and purpose. Yes. I was I feel like my heart was broken. After September eleventh what happened to our country after that terrible day. And what the images of that day will never leave leave my mind aid as her. So that was an American plot. Okay. So you see him on the set even the nuts? Yeah. For all the people that are dead. I'll try and get them. So yeah, it has the perfect fucking example of what I'm talking about. Which is like, I get it. You hate this country. That's provided so much for you. You'll never say I hate this country. You'll just let it out little bits and pieces that that. Well, that's the plot. We'd see I took down those towers, and you know, he literally savvy you sat and he's like could've liberated concentration camps years earlier. And I'm like or we could have not liberated anyone fucking ever like, okay. Yeah. I'm not gonna argue with you. We could've made it job one. And said, you know, we're going to stop whooping up on the Germans and Japanese. We're going to focus on liberating these camps. And I could argue with we could have done it earlier. But who else did it is my bigger question? And did we do it at all? That's more of a focus for me. Who again who we what? Okay. Mexico could have done it earlier too. But they didn't. They didn't do then do it at all. So okay. You gotta be I don't know your beef with Mexico. You gotta be Mexico. They didn't they didn't liberate me camps and participate. So there you go way. So shut up as what I'm saying. Or just you hate this country or better yet. Just you hate your dad because what it is. It's all I hit my dad. Well, I donate this country. And I've been around the world I've been to the war zones. I've seen I've been to places that dole really understand what freedom is they've been living under the boot of some dictator for years when you know when you go to the border between north and South Korea, and you stand on the DMZ you can stand right there. I don't know if ever done that. But I've stood right on the border. And you can has as close as I am to you. I can be staring in the face of North Korean guard. And he's standing there staring at me and the borders right in between us, and he he can come right down the people in the back behind me are free, and they have been for several years. Protect. Defended by the men and women the United States along with the Republic of Korea, the people over here on this side of the border are slaves. They have no concept of what freedom is they worship the evil dictator over there. That's what they do. Just imagine. When if if the that country career in the peninsula, there's ever unified just imagine the mass graves of we're gonna find in that country filled with slaves worshiping, the evil. Dictator for all these years there are concentration camps in that country. Gulags they still exist today the people in the south appreciate their freedom. They know they value it. It's one of the strongest economies in the world and the people over here are living darkness, and they have been so you appreciate your freedom. A lot more when you go to places that really don't know what it is. Did you are you surprised that here we are knocking on the door two thousand? Twenty. And I mean, I remember kid in the eighties young man and eighties and stuff. I thought well by the time we get to two thousand we'll be hovercrafts borderless, and everyone will have a retinal. Stan we'll have it'll be on the moon. Yeah. It's just all be. But whatever the we talk about the stugz the crime, gulags, whatever. Like, all right. The Berlin walls, come down. We had a little experiment lasted thirty five years. It was pretty evident to people what was going on one side of the wall, and how life was on the other side wall message sent to the world millions of people now with the ability to the internet cell phones. Everything eat is kind of devastating to me as a human that were dragging this sort of archaic. This model was like chrome agam sort of brain. You wanna talk about toxic masculinity. I don't give a shit about kids wrestling at a barbecue. This is what we should be folks on. How do we get? How is still around? I know you don't have an answer surprising to me. Is it surprising to you? Well, I don't I don't have an answer. But again there if you have a broken heart. You're you're in despair for something there's a healing power service work. That's all I that's all I can say I have found my heart was broken. When I watched people jump out of those buildings on September eleventh two thousand one and my heart stayed broken. And I needed to do something to sway that broken heart to to change the course of my life at that point. So let everything changed at that point. I felt our country was vulnerable. We all did we all were. Scared. Everybody scared if your member I mean, all of a sudden anthrax is going through the mail, and we think what's going on. Now, you know is there are more airplanes or the bonds. Now, we got anthrax. Everybody was paranoid about what's going to happen to our country. And so we were galvanized for a moment, you know, in support of some sort of reaction, you know, some reply some response to that. How are we going to take on these bad guys and do something and a lot of people raise their hands at that point? I've met countless servicemembers, and I said why why are you in the service September eleven? Yeah. They they watched it happen. And they they raise their hands and having Vietnam veterans in my family having a re I remember all too. Well, what happened to Vietnam veterans when they came home from war. I I was eighteen years old nineteen Seventy-three. So it was the last year the draft and. Shortly after that, I met my my wife. She had brothers who served in Vietnam or sister's husband, I learned great valuable lessons from them. And also had a lot of compassion for Vietnam veterans who were treated very very badly when they came home from war, and I just didn't want that to happen to the people responding to the terrorist attacks at September eleventh so went out and tried to help them and that gave life real meaning real purpose? And it's brought a lot of you know, joy to my life that there's something that I can do as celebrity to shine a light on these people. I got so many things to get into all tees a question for you. I, you know, you talk about so Trump's talking about I don't get out of Syria or wherever getting out of get out get out some people one in some people when out. And it's always like bring these boys home bring these men and women home. And I heard somebody say this guy's signed up for this. Like they wanna fight like they they volunteered. Not didn't volunteer to go kill. But when I'm saying is this notion of like, it's like my kids or something like, hey, they didn't want any this bring him bring them home. Bring them home. It's like, no, they're patriots their fighters. They're soldiers they're trained. They they many of them want to do their job. What they signed up for the notion of get him out of there. Bring them home bring him home. We don't want to see anybody any harm coming to anybody. I don't know if that's what they're thinking. That's how I would be thinking of somebody's drop me off in Syria. I'd be like get a pack the locking Yatta. But if I signed up and said, hey, man, I my dad did this and my brothers. Do I want to train, and I wanna be a part of this. And I probably want to serve and not come home. I might go. No. I want to be here. My brother's doing doing what I signed up to do Gary. I. You'll have thoughts on that. And tell me what your assessment is of the average folks in the military who have volunteered, I'll let you steep on that for a second. I I'll tell you about lifelock experts say top cybersecurity predictions two thousand nineteen ransomware going to taper off but crypto jacking other moneymaking schemes will increase government regulations and public sentiment on privacy will drive stronger data protection policies more nation state attacks surveillance of individuals. Good thing. Lifelock identity theft protection adds power of north security to help protect against threats to your devices that you can easily see or fix on your own. 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And I don't Ashley I feel like feel knows what's going on. Yeah. Clear clearly all broken up about it. Right. Do you think you know, what part of Florida's moving to or just going to Florida? Would it be in Dade County? I was talking to rob on Saturday. He was getting a little there's a little choked up. I will leave them alone. Give them their time. I'm not going to stand watch down hugging. Phil and Phil trying to eat his lunch while goodbye. All right. So Gary Sinise. What is your take on the assessment of what I just said in your average sort of folks that sign up for the military these days? Well, we have it all volunteer military. If you want to be there, you wouldn't sign up. Everybody knows what they're signing up for they make there's an ultimate clause that they signed. That means they're willing to give their life for their country, and it's dangerous business. And now, certainly there are aspects of it that might be a little more dangerous than others infantry might be a little more dangerous and something else, but people continue to sign up for for the infantry continue to want to fight. If you don't wanna do that, you wouldn't sign up. Well, it sort of strikes me that. You there's a balance obviously between putting your life in harm's way. And being at a cocktail party seventeen years later and going I was in the military. Oh, would you do I I would clean the traits that they served lunch on like? Oh, yeah. Where were I was in North Carolina? Like kind of goes. There you go versus I was in the second helicopter when we went over the wall at bin Laden's place, like now, that's a that's a different story for a lot of people. So I imagine if you're of the mindset to sign up for this. You do want to have those stories you do want to say, I was in it. I was in the battle. I was a part of it. Now, not everyone wants to go out searching for land mines and flip flops in a broomstick. But I mean, I think eat attracts people who go I want to be there. I want I want the action. Well, sure, I mean, the marines are different branch than than the air force. I mean, everybody has different specific calling. But I would say with regards the guys clean the trays. You know, everybody would say that that every single job in the military means something if you have if you have thirty trays. And bad food someplace you're going to have a a lot of people that aren't happy just mean when you're trying to get laid it apart. Don't worry. Oh, worry American. I'm thinking about this trying to get laid saying he was sealed team six rather than work in one of the main dishwashers. I get him. I get it. Sure. And everybody's in seal team six now. That's a good team to be in. All right. We got other cars, by the way. How many people they expect to attend Barrett? Checks in this out. They're going to have seventeen hundred vehicles. Larry FitzGerald is bringing the car out there for auction three cars three cars. We'll what three cars because six h chevelle seventy Plymouth Khuda and a sixty eight charger. He's one of the good guys and the NFL tell you what? And I say quietly just because he sort of quiet but going about breaking every record and being dominant for so many years. So he's bringing out bunch of cars, and again, Gary will be there. You'll be so what'll happen is is they'll do they'll talk up the car you'll be up on stage. The have the cameras and everything there's always one guy who shouldn't be up there that they'll try to Shula way. Guy who's word vast were a lot of a lot of buttons clip to it. And they'll go get no hold up some general mission pass or drink coupon or something no get away from the Jeep get away from the Jeep. So it'd be that guy. Richard will be there richer Rawlings be there, then he'll get up there. And it'll crack like a Miller lite because contractually obliged go. Hold it up there. And he'll talk about how him and the crew didn't want to sell this baby. They loved it so much time there, and then some point they're going to hand the mic over to you. Now, this ain't a movie set. This big tent? We're gonna run some lines Gary. Yeah, I got a I got thirty seconds to talk about my Dacian and kind of get get everybody excited about what the proceeds are going to go to I get it. But you start off by screaming who wants to party. Shotgun appear like your stance big Rokkas concert craft with you know, what I'm saying twenty five seconds. Circuiting and all the nuts and bolts of the dot org. And you know, what it means to you? I mean, you gotta pound beer, and you've got a good USA. Chen would be. Yeah. Yeah. Something like that. Arizona's aborting border state. You can build that wall. Yeah. You're smart dropped like Toby keys name. Keith told me you wish you could be here. The crack that beer and his shotgun. It. Okay. I'm saying. Oh, yeah. You're performer. I got you understand the tell you what to do thirty seconds. Well, look you've not been there. You know what? I mean, you've been to the DMZ I've been a bear Jack zeros of cellular and I saw the Steven Tyler auction when they auctioned off his car. One for eight hundred fifty thousand dollars. Yeah. Yeah. I saw him yelling and screaming. I'll do that scarf tied around your microphone. He has a song called red white. And you. Doing who would always adds to the mix throwing the bass guitar. Yeah. Throw the bass guitar in the back. I'm gene I'm gonna sign one, and they can sign that case guitar throat in that sure that'll bring. Bring a lot of money. Qatar ever, really hundreds. I don't want to get tar Wanaka. Yeah. Whenever one of the top guys. Give sell cars, I'm putting a guitar back. All right, tack eighteen dollars onto whatever the total. Gary Sinise signed Baso that'll go in the back over three hundred thousand expected to attend. Wow. That is big. I mean, you think about your general events concerts in your your festival and all that kind of stuff Super Bowls, or whatever that's pretty high Mark three hundred that's over about horse of a few days charity. Five hundred are expected to be bidders and the rest are just spectators Coachella. Yeah. Yeah. It's crazy. The best part. The best part is once you get in on the bid. They'll assign a guy to like stand next you because he's kind of your bare jacks and lays on and that guy just stands in front goes come on, man. Come on for the trips. Come on doesn't really hype man. Oh, yeah. Well, who's going to be in front of you? And he's going to once they narrow it down. If you guys because when you when you go in the guy's going, you know hundred hundred. Day one hundred and you go go. On you, a huckster? Yeah. He's right up in front of you. And he's putting the putting the screws to you. And I have no do you have any thoughts about you? Do you have hopes? What do you know? Do you have dreams? What did you think? Less sheep's going to go forty have any expectation. I I don't know. I don't want to give number here. Maybe to lower to jinx it. This right. You saying you don't know the number of the auction in advance. No, I I know what cars are worth. So I normally if you took a goal wing Mercedes, I'd go one one two one three probably hammer out about one two and then with the Vegas. What do you think are jeep's going to go for? Well, I have no idea because it's it's a charity car and charity cars have gone ballistic in the past because of the right because of the charity, but some of them are like GM has donated the, you know, serial number one Camaro z twenty eight for two thousand sixteen so part of it is I'm going to get the number one Z twenty eight Camaro the Sembler line. And that thing will have a great value down down down the road. This is CJ seven. It's nicely done. It's it's CJ seven is. Fifteen to twenty five or something. I'm not deep in the world. This one with Rawlings and everything is good. But I don't know. It's it's all charity. All the money's going to come from the charity. I have found that these groups are very charitable. I've found that these numbers go very high, and I found that with the tax incentives and write offs that it disguise limit to you this way when I did wants to be a millionaire. I before I did it amount in my head like this is the amount of the least amount of hope to walk away with this is the amount I'll be happy with and everything over this amount. I'm thrilled. So give us the here's the least go for what should be happy with and everything. This would be this'll be the, you know, the happy, Mark. Well, the the the vehicle itself is thirty grand. So if you can get to six digits, if you can get above one hundred thousand bucks, I would I would I would be happy with that. I would say that would be it. If it if it cracks to fifty that would be insane. So I also say one to two fifty mex- Pata. Can you find other examples of charity cars from Barrett jacks, and that weren't inherently you know worth a ton? A can't be serial number one. It can't be a Ferrari law Ferrari or something like that. It's got to be something that is under a hundred grand that just went for well over a hundred grand. I'll let you look for that. And we'll see what we can prognosticate. We also have Hollywood Hammy downs the game to play we're going to guess on the charity items from all the Hollywood auctions surprisingly difficult game gay. I'm sure. Yeah. It's it's vexing because stuff is surprisingly cheap. Oftentimes and Emets amazingly expensive other times, which is basically saying what you just said. All right. 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There's the f one fifty two fifty medium in the three fifty's and the bigger kind of keeps going, but it's it was built in the Sima garage sold for one fifteen Sima garage. And it was a Sima Bill. That's the big event go to Vegas every year and sticker on a loaded f to fifty s forty two grand or something like that. I mean, if it's got all the good bells and whistles and everything so this has gone up more than twice twice that. All right. You keep looking. We will take ourselves a quickey break. We'll come back with Gary Sinise. We'll play Hollywood Hammy downs next. Jimmy Kimmel dared Adam Corolla to go onstage completely unprepared and Adam had the balls to do it. So now, you have the balls to bingo balls, Adam Corollas unprepared is coming to your town, February eighth in Connecticut. February ninth in Boston. We got a bingo ball hopper you write down one word on it. And Adam will spontaneously create a rant around it live onstage. Steam punk Jesus Christ. You guys know what? 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Others were arrested in connection with a YouTube Frank video showing one of the siblings speeding through a WalMart wearing white underwear and read. On dirt. Definitely not Jews. Gary Sinise here got the custom nineteen Eighty-one CJ seven Jeep all done up by Richard Rawlings over there from fast and loud, very successful show in the Scottsdale. It's coming up. Do we find out when oh and the book grateful Merican journey from self to service, you can pre-order it. Now at Gary Sinise, foundation dot com dot org. Oh, well who could have ever? All right, buddy. Make your changes. I do I do realize the impulse that. Just right dot and then put the word calm. But this is why we must be diligent people doing deal in do. We know when do we know when the MU sorry when the TV show comes up, we don't know announce season of fasten loud comes out, but it'll be it'll be this seasonal see the Jeep. And for those your think about bidding, a very cool thing to have as we mentioned signed bass guitar Kerry. Okay. Another cool thing to have is popping in the episode where your car was built. So it's it's sort of a constant, I it'll it'll forever be young and forever be built. And also let me let me said the conclusion of the TV show is the auction. Oh, right. It's their film and the whole, oh, well, you you win that bid and you'll be beyond maybe on that as well. So fun thing to do with the Jeep after your show, your buddies up in the garage is walk down in the man cave and pop in the DVD and watch yourself in the building of the Jeep here. She, but probably do most likely. All right. So we play the game. All right. It's time to find out how much did they pay another round of Hollywood hand me downs. All right. So these all of these items were in the most recent profiles in history. Hollywood ontion took place in early December. He would go around one gills Winfield's signature, bad motherfucker wallet. Pulp Fiction hocken Johnny Carson's NBC studio rainbow stage curtains from the tonight show. Or the kryptonite crystal from superman three all right? I'm sorry. The bad metaphors from wear Pulp Fiction come on. I'm trying to and I know, but I'm trying to this was during diner robbery. Sorry. Yes. I got that Ringo ticket and the current night distracted by bunch of something that was on my desk. Sorry, the the curtness from Carson that is the curtain from the from the tonight. I'm seventy four to eighty funny. Look at it and go. Yeah. Pitcher coming through there. So so often that is that the most surreal part about show business when you finally end up on Letterman and your back there talking to God. Biff. Thomason. His name wasn't Beth. The actual played biff and and back to the future, no bathroom. Just ahead said audience crave for Wilton, Paul good, Paul cue. Thank you for that. Now police talk. I was standing there ready to go on. And there's like standing there and you saw when you were nineteen jobless did you Gary you, you must've done the tonight with parson with J O J. When was I'm trying to think of when I was there's something before forced Gump. Oh, that would have got you on tonight. I know now now Forrest Gump, I think it was the first time went on Leno. You didn't make the rounds for of mice and men. I I not on the tonight show. I did I did some, you know, but it was Forrest Gump. I think you know, that was the biggest movie and all that let me kiss a little Gump pass for second. Couple things when there's when you can have a few moments that just are in the guys like I laugh my ass off on almost nightly basis because my son sunny follows everyone around in the house. He's twelve any just spouts out details from like, he'll just fog, Kylie Irving. You know, when he was in high school he was a guard because he was only six one he grew. He six nine. Now, he grew from six one two six nine between his junior and senior year in high school. He commanded you being high show, so Kylie so Vince Carter he won the dunk competition in nineteen ninety nine. He's still in the league. He's still playing in the leak Vince Carter's number three all time in threes. People look at master Vince Carter constricted, and he falls everyone around and tells them stuff and finish. CBS available now. And I said I said to my wife, I said this kid, he's he's like Bubba Gump talking about Shrin. And so every time he starts spouting off we go. We got coconut popcorn Schram, and everyone starts laughing because everyone knows the scene it that hack full. The I thought the movie was I saw it in the theater, I thought it was revolutionary, and I I loved it. And I, you know, I know some people on a little bit like here and there. I don't mean that the big way just mean like there's a lot of folks. Find things that that movie was groundbreaking to me. Excellent. And I thought you weren't Tom everyone is just excellent I loved all the flashbacks into running and growing the beer every part of it. I just love that mov-. Vic, it was epic. Yeah. It was a fun movie. Yeah. Great great move into being I been in that many films before that. So it was early in the in the movie career, I was grateful to get that. So the wallet the curtain and the crystal superman three kryptonite crystal from three Richard Pryor movie. Okay. And this is without the. Price. They add on the fig. Yeah. The ten percent. Well, you can and we don't need to. But ultimately is a purist. When people do thing where they go. For the sake of sake of argument in for for not even for the sake. All right went for Seca pride when you sell your Jeep, cheap may hammer for one hundred thousand dollars but auction house gets ten percent. And the person who bid is paying the ten percents. So somebody was willing to pay one hundred and ten thousand dollars for your Jeep. And when people say what did the Jeep sell for Talamo hundred ten because that's what some, but that's the check that we should cut. You know, what I'm s- people? Do a lot of like. Yeah. Well, the sold for hundred but hammer for a hundred no that's the price. Whether it's tax on groceries or whatever it is. That is the price somebody paid so mecca in the future. And we will tack that on because it is the price toll for all. Right. And sometimes as the price goes up like car sales for five million bucks. That's five hundred grand is that. Ends up to be real money. Are right? Do we know what the auction house does with Vic? It's at least ten percent. It may be more check. We'll figure it out. Anyway, I it is around temperature, but it changes per tier? So it's like over one hundred thousand goes down like eight percent. All right, but we'll figure ten percent just for the sake of conversation, right? Also mental Barrett. Drops the Vig for charity cars. Okay. They do. So no deal discount. All right. Boy, he's tough, man. This is a very tough one. Okay. Oh, no. I can't. I'm all over the dam road here. Dammit. Okay. Here we go. Brian. What do you think my guess is that the the curtain went for less because it's one of several that it was from seventy four to eight. So it's not the curtain. It's one of several curtains primetime. Yeah. So I went what the the wallet icon one of a kind five thousand. I don't I don't know where anyone would put that curtain. No matter how much they love Johnny Carson. So I don't think that's the one. I love the wallet. But I think it's so it's Ben so easily replicated, and you can get it any flea market. I know this is the real one. But I think that drops the price. I I'm not sure, but I'm gonna say the kryptonite at twelve k this is why I gotta play the game gear. You have to play the game. What do you think? Well, you know, I am going to go with the curtain. Johnny. Carson was on for thirty years. I think there's probably some crazy collector out there that really was a big big fan over that period of time. So I'm going to say like twenty five thousand dollars. I the crystals from three or the kryptonite from three so not so much wallet. Just doesn't feel like there's enough there curtain. I guess it depends what age, but that was prime years from seventy four to eighty I went curtain as well. I went forty thousand on the curtain the curtain closed at six thousand dollars. Oh, the wallet closed at eight thousand. Oh, leaving the superman. Three kryptonite, crystal which closed seventy five dollars at twelve. Dollers as exactly feeling good feeling lucky shocking because that is not on it. And that is not a good movie, and you. Who are the old guys here in this in this room? I think it's even if we count dog ears. I don't think fill the cut. That's not gonna happen. Disgusted that we live in a world where that was the most expensive using your nerd logic on that too. It is Gary should be noted that nerds have a lot of extra income and are willing to pay ungodly prices for junk. Yeah. That's how you become a nerd throw. A stormtrooper helmet in the back of that. Iraq. And all right here, we go. All right next round chief brody's Lassus from the movie jaws. Sheriff Andy Taylor's badge from the Andy Griffith show. And a t Rex screen used tooth from Jurassic Park mounted nicely. Yeah. All right. Well, again using the nerd equation. You wanna go with the two. To me, the classes are conic. The sheriff badges great TV probably not as good as. The Africa ethical. I loved Brody. I love that character. If you really think about that character. He was he was like he was bowled and sort of heroic and sort of cowardly kind of at the same time, man. He was scared. He didn't like the water, you know, but he was very dedicated town and his family. It was a perfect guide to put out in the middle of the ocean. His literally like I'm gonna shoot that shark kinda his take lily no business being there that guy and Dreyfuss and they had the captain. Money for the place to be. Now, he Roche risk. Great wasn't. But this is the most expensive item for heart. Let's see. Good. Great weight. We can hear Phil breathing. All right. We locked in. K no confidence at all. Brian any direction on this? I wanna gas. My first instinct and said a to which I think is see the tooth for three thousand. Gary I'm gonna go with the glasses. Actually that was it was a ground bake breaking film at that time. I think nineteen seventy six was probably the first big block defined the blockbuster. It's your summer summer one or the block, but it was the for people on the main made more money than ever. No. I agree. But it was also like a summer release aspect to it or history that well how how many of those types of release during the summer, but that was the defining blockbuster of of generation check it out. I'm going to what he got ten thousand on the glasses Gina grant. I don't think it gets more conic overall. I'm going against your TV theory. Then it doesn't get more conic overall than Andy Griffith. He he's Americana. He's beloved it's a cherished show that people are diehard for when they love it. I said the badge at nine point five thousand now. This is Mason jar in Barney, wobble, hang on that man. So I'm hanging onto that. I'm rooting for the star. But I'm sticking with my own advice on the nerds Jurassic Park. Big franchise. I went nine grand on the drastic park to the Jurassic Park tooth closed at eight thousand dollars with the vague eight hundred I win next. I l home chief roadies glasses closed at slightly more nine thousand five hundred dollars out the Vic minus the five hundred and with another item. I was spot on Gary's close to a point here because he's only five hundred away from the bed, but Andy Griffith show. Badge went for ten thousand dollars Gina grad with another two point round. Wow. Work at saw the beast. Very nodded up these these items all within a few grant of each other. Gary's also going to get a point because he was five hundred away. All right. I'm on the board does the highest grossing film of all time until Star Wars came out. So when did it come out seventy I was curious about this summer? I knew it was seventy six and Star Wars seventy eight seventy five seventy seven June seventy five for jaaz. Yeah. Now, you can look into it. But I just have a recollection of it being summer. Anything? That's what assured in but go ahead. Jake Lamade 'as boxing gloves from raging bull along with a production shooting script over how about the tar. Steven Spielberg's director's chair back from Jurassic Park. Or wolverines clause for to and United x to the best one nerds the nerds. Now, the gloves as seen on film like used for the shooting of the film damn that should be in there. With the script. Yeah. But the nerds. A ruined they won't rest own everything that chair. Here we go. Raging bull is just really one of the best films of all time. I mean, it is so a conic, and so great and just to black the white part of it. And then of course, the later the putting on the weight and doing the whole the whole thing kind of respect later. You know, what I mean like wasn't hailed as as the great film that later became recognized. Did it win. They can I don't know. No, ordinary people one. Fan. No, it's fine. It's no, it's not Rachel. It's fine. It's not reasonable. All right, everyone. Locked in. Brian. Gloves because Donner don't under estimate. The film nerd aspect block and white Scorsese move from the glory days. This is a lover loved by film, nerds, I said the gloves for eleven thousand. Gary how I'll take the wolverine whatever you want what he claws. Chris dash openers. Can opener there eighty five hundred dollars. I thought about something you said before Adam about, but what's it really made out of at the end of the day is at PVC pipe, and I kinda thought that about the clause. So I went gloves thirty five thousand I like headset except for I want forty grand on the clause. The gloves fetched the least. Still learning point for ball. Brian at eleven thousand dollars. Wow. Spielberg's director's chair back that Boorda clubs fetched much more eighteen thousand driven that's all nerd driven. It's drastic nerd versus the greatest from all-time desk. Leaving us with the wolverine claws. Which by the way are made of stainless steel. Going for twenty thousand dollars each which makes combined total forty thousand without the Bank. You gotta continue reading awesome. When you just stop people, not use his people. All right. Let's declare winner. Because Mr. Sinise has himself a harsh out here. Words together. Thank you. Thank you. And a handshake from Gary Sinise. I wanted I the next Arjun that was Hollywood hand me downs. Gloves from raging bull. Then get with the chair the chair back as a wisp of fabric with Spielberg. You would never know what you could show. Anyone who came in your house the lucite frame? It was in and ask them. What movie they thought it was from? And they could always that have no. Twilight zone. No idea that have no idea. All right. Let me tell you quickly about med men. When a healthy new year, they got a way for you to keep your resolution for two thousand nineteen looking to get fit. It can try energizing edibles before you run or soothing CBD stick after you're done with your run or resolve to relax a little more and easier executive with premium products for men visit store near you have knowledgeable in store team, including in has pharmacists at medical stores. Make sure you find the right product you need easy to understand instructions for using it. And where do you go you go to med men dot com? 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ACS (Part 1): Adam, Gina, and Bryan

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ACS (Part 1): Adam, Gina, and Bryan

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As a southern California. He waved continues. We'll check in with dusty Rhodes with traffic and weather together but you already know if you wear coveralls your job. Today's going to suck and if you feel like a number I hope it's one you're going to light up and if it ain't eye opening number two from Hermosa Beach in the Hollywood hills Bob Seger you're on the toolbox he was a mid western him with go soft was to from Kerala one studios in Glendale California. This is the Adam Corolla show show with Gina Grad on News Fall Brian play around the rotten tomatoes game dave damage checks for good sports and now tape measures for eyeballs and caterpillars for for my Brow Adam Parole the act get it on got to get it on a choice. We're GONNA make it on. Thanks for tuning in and thanks for telling a friend. The scene share in the show good day Gina Grant D._U.. Handball Brian Oh my God it's exciting. She's so good Gina. You have a gift man all right. Let's see I got stuff to <hes> complain about then we got so much to do with our games and whatnot <hes> first thing <hes> here in the news. I'm I'm interested in watching in our society sort of slowly. Come undone now you guys can categorize the fire department having difficulty getting the fire hydrants because to homeless or using them to shower and a homeless encampment encampments in the hills are causing fires and you can take that water related activity and you may separate it from Folks Dumping Buckets of water on police officers serves who are standing on the corner hurling and there's dumping and then there's throwing the bucket the one that disgusts me the most and as much as I like to think of women as equals it's called the latest this one was to police female police officer standing on the corner with Fellas Dumping Buckets of water on them in their community trying to wait now you can look at us as two separate water related issues but not this podcast it all falls under the same umbrella a lot of fucking rule of law. No Dad's no discipline no unwilling to govern when the fucking mayor and the D._A.. And the governor becomes your best friend instead of the principal. It's it comes undone done. This is what's going on. It's coming undone. It comes undone in societies where there's the least dad's in the lease governing going on again. Your Dad's supposed to be your dad. It can be see your friend but he's Your Dad for a nice dad and the mayor can be nice but it's got to lay down the rule law. I what is the government but your dad yes ultimately telling you what to do. Yes this can't this big besties this race to see who's the softest most cuddly and who who knows who knows who's got arms extended the most to hug it out with everyone who doesn't have a home or needs this or once that sadly doesn't work yeah and what would happen to the actual kid whose dad was like that the kids teeth would be falling hauling out. He wouldn't know how to re stream at everybody yeah yes. It's all part of the big picture of discipline is not a bad thing disciplined pointed in the wrong direction. Action is a bad thing when there's a police lineup sleeping right now when there's a police lineup and you pull the wrong guy out of police lineup and you lock them up that's bad but pulling the right sky out and fucking disciplining that person is not a bad thing this notion of Lang's we've all agreed to. There's all these people in prison. We got to let them out. What are they doing in prison like well? I'll tell you what you're doing prison. They did bad things and now they're in prison. They weren't born morning prison. The vast vast majority earn their way in yes and we caught him for the one thing. God knows what they were doing that led up to the one thing we need to steer it a little further. We need to get a little more toward law and order and a little last toward everyone is equal. Everyone has a right to know what I mean right to sleep on the street and bathe in the street BIVOUAC and the hills of Hollywood just <hes> dumping buckets of water on cops and the cops clear out. I mean we'll rosen the greatest. The greatest is for the greatest is to criminals because once the COPS head out of the neighborhood then the criminals really get to do whatever they want unfettered <hes> all right so we got that I I'm telling you sadly it would be nice if people bill could grow up in a family without a dance still have all the discipline and still respect authority and still all that stuff that dad's instill would be awesome but it doesn't seem to work out that way statistical eleven point of this point. There's a very depressing instagram account that I don't know if you're aware of them called street people of Los Angeles a lot with this is just documented and it tells you if it's in Hollywood or even San Pedro or Long Beach or Echo Parker all over L._A.. And it's a very disturbing and I just I texted Chris the latest post this is the latest post also Muslim fudge strict. It is a hypodermic needle sticking a pile of human poop. Boy so that's L. A.. Everybody should be on her Olympic flag when we hosted yeah next to the bears all right it's breaking down. Every Olympic has has a mascot weird like mascots different. Yes I'm Angelina. We Jesus Christ. It's we have so many soft ass pussies running the fucking government now. It's breaking down. Sorry not a popularity contest. GotTa make rules got enforce rules. Sorry everybody body. That's it but there are ways to do this. Where you don't end up in jail or you don't end up on the street? There's ways to avoid this and there are arbitrary rules enforcing these rules. We've all agreed too long ago and you know what I mean. We're in place place and we're seemed to work pretty well for long periods of time the number one thing is the way we look at cops and this is what pisses me off. This is a this. There's been a movement led <unk> by black lives matter but everyone else politicians are to blame looking at copses bullies and the enemy and everything else look. We're dumping buckets of water on these guys and gals while they're trying to do the job their job. This didn't just start this Chris perpetuated this is this is not the black lives matter black lives matter people are fine. They're misguided their statistically kaput sorry for using a foul language the wrongs statistically now what's going on is all the news outlets get behind them and then they get invited to the White House. That's the problem the them having a miss fucking guided premise fine that's fine. That's their premise. That's there's it's wrong but it's there's embracing embracing it turning into something and then turning the cops and the bad guys is a bad plan for society. Look around you. Tell me how it's going well. There is a on twitter today. It was exactly as you predicted many days days ago yesterday. We talked about it all the time. How cops don't want to get out of the car now? Because what's the point. I guess there's like a whole dumping buckets of water thing now ruling on and I wish I had it up. I don't I'm sorry viral traits. It's like in the post is how look at there's how disgusting they're assaulting. This poor woman and the police won't even roll down their windows so it's this woman <hes> in. I think it's all taking place in Harlem. I'm not sure knocking on the police squad window. All these guys are all laughing. They're dumping buckets of water on each other that dumping buckets of water unhurt running around and as you as you predicted the cops won't get out of the car well because there's going to be the point. You're going to get water. They're going to get buckets dumped on them. What's the best case scenario the sort of you know? They can't really can't fight right-back and there you have it all right. Thanks politicians. Sorry we need a little law and order. I don't give a fuck whether you're right or left. We need some law and order and what's going on in New York is non law and order. They don't have representatives that are in they have declared they have decided that cops were the problem that is a fucking issue. Idiots and I know it's good it gets you votes and makes people like you but as a great Dave Damasec would say tell what like where does it end. What what is the end cops? Don't get out of car cops. Do you guys want to live in that society cars you helping the people who are in those bad neighborhoods when when things are just fucking lawless and people are wilding by the way the Easter wild and swimming pool now they've taken the mountain to Mohammed the chicken the water out of the swimming pool and the bringing into the fucking neighborhood hard time getting these cops door pools. What is what I'm listening Jesus Christ good news for Home Depot this five games all right cop? Dumping Buckets used to be paint right now. I'm going to put myself in a better mood with some hot partridge family too long so I study <hes> the Partridge family on weekends and I studied the trends because we're coming up on the trends at Trent French red hot button trends fresh hot right right right from fifty off the stove. I like to see what was going on. Now that we're coming up on fifty years old what the stories were with the cries where what the topics six were and as we have played a lot of equal rights stuff and women's rights and rights and this and that the same shit you hear now a slightly modified version with different hairstyles and <hes> bell-bottoms. It's the exact same shit was being said fifty years ago this one was interesting this episode because the Partridge family was booked to play a women's rights organization called power like power or or women or something like that and good acronym and they were there to help the 'cause they're there to help. The cause and last minute Keith was backstage. You know putting the Mike's up on the Mike stand whatever in the leader from the organization group who has also so when Keith Partridge was dating interested in at the last minute said Hey I don't want you play in your songs play our our songs and then key started talking about not being censored and we're talking about the group eating itself like one minute. You're playing a free concert for this organization and you're down with the 'cause ause the next minute. You're part of the problem because you're not woke enough. This is fifty years ago. Max Pattern got keith backstage. You had a bad date with her the night before now he's stealing. I always love lasts. I love it any Sitcom when they're doing things they never done before like when Ruben smoking a cigarette knack one and then it becomes about him quitting cigarettes but we've never seen crashing. I've seen a thousand these episodes. I've never seen Keith backstage during busy work with the my curtain open and he's front and center but he's backstage alone setting up the microphones and she wants to talk to him and he talks about censorship getting quite a crowd yeah. I know you're greeted by a bunch of came in Kinda mad at you. You were pretty rude to me last night. I didn't mean to be there's only training is an equal these songs. You're going to sing. What's wrong with them? These lyrics anti woman I love you just something something men say to appease women. I'm sorry that you can't sing these songs look. This is a women's Liberation Songbook. Wait a minute you like their songs well enough to put our names on that poster. I didn't I know what you're going to sing last week Latino. You're working for a cause and that's great but nobody nobody censors material. Censorship is not the path to equal rights rally. You'll think our songs are asking you can't listen to anyone's viewpoint but at your own years to me not only can I say but I should have said it sooner. You can take your song booking index we quit with their censorship is not the pathway to equal rights it through a sticking it to the doctor Stran- Sitcom material. This is almost fifty years ago God. That's so interesting which I get again. We're just human beings and we repeat but here's my whole point you want me to listen this time around. I'm not listening. I didn't listen to fucking. I almost got fooled into listening the first time around fool me never that's right. That's right nineteen seventy. I mean we're literally coming up on fifty two years of like you've joined our cause now. Here's the official playbook you gotta read from this Laibach. Yeah that was pretty crazy also Roxie misplaced times. I love you what they would do. You realize the state they must have just had like some potential Hamadeh and they'd be like give it a little shop in twenty five seconds touch here. He just said he put his cat down big CAFA yeah the cat while the cat had feline AIDS Murph put a little lower cat so my cat had feline AIDS and and <hes> had had to put it down took it to the vet turn out. The guy wasn't veterinarians veteran of the Korean conflict. I just had some muddle muddle turtle modeled laugh. Yeah I got a cat scan. They found a tumor. The thought that okay trade take yeah when got a cat scan they found a tumor yeah turned out it was benign. It was mine fine but it was all right. That's lunch. We've little there's no live audience. Somebody's suspect they're going into little filling out there another location Haitian they're outside. They're on a stage like the illusion of the studio. Audience is completely broken at this point all right wait a minute matches found out his cat actually has feline AIDS. WHOA hold on? I know there's true. I heard you doing that joke. I was like this can't be happening right now. Hold on hold on laughed so it works. I know that Kit don't Care Knight Rider. The car died of Hick Healer AIDS different but I didn't know there was feline AIDS. Neither did I but it's a thing. When did you find that out about? Oh maybe two weeks ago maybe just within the last month or South Jesus yeah first off. He didn't share with me right now. That was never expressed. Secondly thank you. You're very welcome. I thought not to burden you with it. Until this moment got enough burden wait so many questions how do they can't get feeling AIDS. It gets feline AIDS from getting into like a cat fight with another cat and back in the day before we had this cat. He was like a street cat. How turning tricks hypodermic needles so blow your personal cable here? It does say the good news <hes> they can live long and healthy life with Feline AIDS met so I hope well he's actually an older cat and they found out that he has lived his entire life with it yeah but they're going to boycott the All Star game if he wants to play Wow oh yeah we actually talked about it on. <hes> Chris podcast gas the water cooler and we had a fan. His name is on twitter. He's at Pixel fly and the whole strikes my cat as it's pretty hilarious oh wow stripping. He's having sex in an alley if I am or cat by cutting a hypodermic needle and my wife's on twitter she had no idea she taught anybody excellent photos horrible who did that. Pixel Fund H. U.. N. Doesn't really you work for us. He's hilarious can luck can't use asleep on me at night but if it had full blown AIDS I'd probably put it on the foot of the bed but you tell me how that at work I. I'm pretty sure that we can't contract it from the cat so already sure sure all right the speedy recovery okay but the cat will live with the will live with as has has been and will continue to the Caz literally like nineteen years old so he's probably going to go in the next couple of years anyway are they. Is it on A._Z._T.. or any anything eh cocktail the cocktail no no he is not there. I mean if he's going to go. That's how he's GonNa go. He's again. He's lived a really full life and he still gets around pretty well and he's basically on like C._B._D.. Oil just to keep him from hurting too much but the the great thing about cats whether perfectly healthier full blown AIDS in terms of like when you have questions you know what I mean like if somebody gets aides or some other one of God's creatures you go. Will I be able to work work in a Web. Lift my children up and hold them above my head but for cat will I be able to nap on top of the refrigerator all fucking day. I think you could swing that kind of standoffish relationship my owner the cat that has no fucking itinerary no schedule the cats deal is can the cat lift its head when you walk into the House through the front door if that's yes then and they can do that with AIDS than their schedule were not not be interrupted wow man I'm sorry to hear that that is <hes> that's rough. He's a very strange diagnosis because I was just like. I don't know how we're supposed to feel about this but like I said it happened when he was a little kitten and he we've known like he's been fine so it's he shall be fine. How do they know at happened as a kitten while I'm assuming that it happened as a kitten because we had had their my wife has had the cat hat and the cat has not been in any fo for all those years yeah? You'll be really long time so that seemed to be the only window wins incident could have happened operation one thousand nine years with Feline AIDS yeah all right anyway yeah I I just brought up feline aids for no good reason any other atrocities woodwork all right speaking of atrocities poor Gina Grad. She's how many what's it been over weeks car yeah. It'll be another few days because like I said to have a key made from whole cloth not from a spare you know from a copy. It's quite an endeavor. It's a mini computer. They ought to send away for a bunch of stuff here. Here's what I'm curious about. When you run a car company Subaru or or otherwise this I lost my keys? I need a duplicate key. This must come up once in Awhile Shaiken every fucking day all day every day. The dealership had like two hundred on hand and builds grand master and then you on the program to bring you. Why is this an exotic probably two thousand eighteen? I mean I was told by I called every locksmith every insurance agent people who are the show were nice enough to contact me and give suggestions but apparently Subaru is in a class of their own when it comes to making it difficult for other people to replicate these key gotTa love is not showing me a lot of love so the good news you might take either make your car inoperable when the keys are on the outside of the car please or make it super easy to replace keys. That's not have both of of those things working as a company that Tesla worked just fine with key outside of car but was fairly simple for me to dispatch Dylan or somebody and go get another key for the car easier for a Tesla Subaru but again it shouldn't have started when the key was outside of the car right and and when I called three different Subaru dealerships just to see if I was going to get a different number when it came to how much this is going to send me back and all within about one hundred dollars of each other but every guy in the parts department started at the same way ooh yeah this is this is going to run you up man. That's crazy about the tesla that could have really got the trouble is I got. I just got up and drove away and I could have just kept going. I could've drove driven to Malibu got Ala car and then never start again. I just happened to go to school. Drop the kids off school. Unfortunately my situation was not avoidable. I called Lynette. I said where the keys she said. In the Cup holder Gabe community had no communication with me about putting them on the tires and the way no no you'd have to have a phone own and you'd have to be able to text or write an email account number of your phone. I you have to know his car. It is the fuck I can't figure out what's wrong with everybody. Why why wouldn't you what did you send me attacks? Here's where the keys are drop at the car off your put the key on the tire why would I how would I know I made it worse by talking to Lynette and her going. It's in the couple there. When I got in the car there's a bunch of stuff in the couple the keys in there somewhere and then I ran over the keys and then blocked my car and the thing it's very avoidable and also I feel like I tried I reached out like I was like what's up? It's up to the right steps and in the radio silence from Gabe that made me just I assume it was in the Cup holder is weird how it changes car to car to Christie's putting on the car seat in the backseat and she asked keener purse. We can't start the car down the vehicle. We got lucky 'cause we were only we ended up going. To the park less than a mile away we were supposed to go to to Panga village to go play on their playground. Thank God we didn't do that and then the cart you couldn't have got the car. There's no way yeah I think Tesla should put that in Subaru should put Dan on their list of things to fix and also cars like I remember one time back when you'd go to the library back there I had I had when we went to. I'll tell you why I went to live in one would go. Oh I had this period of time from like you guys. I don't know if a brought up and I like cars wow and we'll check the archives. I was driving. I was driving Japanese mini pickup trucks trucks everywhere and if you like cars that's about as far away as you can get from a car forms vehicle just bench seats and little mini shit boxes and I just I had to for my construction for my business for the business. I've said there was a time I had this little at this window of like three years where I was starting to work a little of boxing instructor and do other things and I was kind of saying to myself like maybe I could get a regular car and then I'd be like well. It's gotta be a hatchback because I would have to carry like a sack of stucco or something once in a while but I don't need. I don't need lumber rapper and doing heavy construction trying to talk myself into a car and so I started thinking Oh something fun I couldn't afford anything. That's going to try to get something us. I was looking at like a nineteen eighty-seven Mitsubishi starry in like Oh that car for like thirty four hundred dollars but I still even couldn't afford that but anyway just for using it was a starion Mitsubishi starring and curl your normal table. I I went. I went down to the I. I lived in Santa Monica in an apartment. I went down to the Santa Monica City Library and I walked in and I said I wanNA find like a car driver from like nineteen eighty seven or road and track and look it up and they had like the Oh today we do the Mitsubishi Star in nineteen braking distance. You'll capacity wait sticker price bubba zero to sixty and as a sort of reading about this car like fantasizing who maybe I could get one of as one day and one of the features that car had was which I don't have today or didn't have in cars newer cars after that which drives me nuts it said when you stop the car and you pull the keys out it gives you thirty seconds to raise the windows in the car. Okay Hi tech and time yeah right later on like a B._M._w.. M. Three at pull the keys out find the passenger windows half down and try try to raise it up. Put The keys back in and start the car and I thought Mitsubishi figured it out fifteen years ago they figured it out and once one car company or one entity like figures out this thing that doesn't really cost much because because it's an inexpensive car and it makes sense like Oh you pull the keys out you have thirty seconds to raise those windows up before you have to put the key back in turn it to the on position once one car has that they should all have it and once Maxa pat and this preists have figured out that you cannot of course we did the test that you cannot start the car with the key on the tire or outside of the car then all should have it and the way I that's the way I like to roll all right. I started looking car yeah next sixteen inch rims on their wow kind of sport. I never got one of course I bought it. I ended up buying his user trooper pig pile of shit but I still needed like the bill the stack stuff on the roof and put stuff in the hatch in the back. Just I was fooling myself but I'm still going down to the library fantasizing about driving a three thousand dollar car one day all right. Let me hit <hes> Med men and then we'll come back and play the rotten tomatoes does game. Have you discovered the benefits of cannabis yet never been a better time mad. Men Premium dispensaries invites you to live your best life. All you have to do is find the store near Shoe every madman location features extensive your product selections and meets with the highest quality and safety standards unsure. How cannabis can benefit you men's friendly knowledgeable staff? Is there to guide you along the way they'll tell you. What are you looking for one a little help with the sleep you want to help with the relaxation? 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The worst part about this time of year is there's no football. No basketball really know sport at at all so in honor of that void today's rotten tomatoes game will feature movies without sports in them sweet barrel. This film takes place in Mostly One location starring Colin Farrell and Forest Whitaker with a megaphone the phone in his hand. It's a movie about a man pinned by a sniper two thousand three's phone booth. Oh Yeah Yeah. I liked this movie yeah yeah it was it was supposed to be good but was it good we was <hes> was Kevin Spacey the voice on the Kiefer Sutherland. What am I thinking about okay blueskypest yeah? This was good. I remember this movie seem sort of hyped a little bit but maybe didn't come through like we thought it would see good thriller yeah. It's it's talking about everything it should have been. It wasn't too much. It wasn't underwhelming it was it was delivered. I haven't barely fresh at sixty to seventy one seventy two. We've got a five point deduction out of the gate. Phone booth is fresh at seventy two weird people had it at sixty four weird a movie like this was higher with the credit fairy entertaining moving okay. Okay are there are also no sports in this movie. That's because the world is dying and resources have been allocated to finding black holes that will save humanity twenty four teens interstellar style on this one before no. I just saw this a few weeks ago or outside in the desert in a giant barn which might have helped. I love this movie and Bright. I don't know if this is on your list McConnell Hey and this. I thought this is a great Christopher. Nolan do too many of these movies. He's out in too short a period of time for me that I'm I'm just sort of. I don't know why it's genre that doesn't speak to me this. I I have so many thoughts. It's ambitious. It's long. It's very thoughtful. It's it's like it's got a lot going on as ideas. It's interesting. It doesn't quite come together in my opinion. This was highly anticipated because he had just done he had done the Batman movies he had done inception like he was writing pretty hot at this the reason I just saw it a month ago as opposed to when it actually came out. I Remember People Kinda shitting on it but I don't know if those were just too cool too high now. It didn't meet expectations. There are some great moments in this moving great moment. I have no idea I said seventy-one sorry okay. We'll hire eighty eight seventy nine interstellar certified fresh at seventy two but now we got the people at eighty five. What did you say seventy one? <hes> K wasn't a snipes is known for many things tax evasion having a really cool name and being an immensely talented actor. This craft is wonderfully on display in this tour to force performance one thousand nine hundred eight blade the invasions a weird statement because if you successfully evade taxes you don't end up in jail. No one knows it's like if you're a a bowl avoid order but you're in the hospital with a hole in your stomach then you're you probably didn't avoid the ball Gourd <hes> <hes> but there was a lot of blades right yeah and I have never seen a blade movie and little little so fun fact. I believe they're doing a reboot with Marsha elite just announced was he. The first Black Superhero on the screen. I don't know but I think turnabout is fair. Playing the reef starry boot should be ED sheeran. Oh come on. There's always all the black folk taking the white people's jobs always hogging the cool block role. We kinda instead of the blade. He Goes L. Kabong on everybody with the guitar. Yes ass brand yeah okay. This is the first one this is yeah late. I these are movies. I never I never liked these movies like I'll. I'll tell you the furthest away from interested. I am <hes> I would much rather watch. The Devil Wears Prada in terms of enjoying myself a movie good movie. I know but people shake sitting around talking about fashion. You know whatever I'm much more interested listed in that than I am. When vin diesel plays the blind superhero from the solar system or whatever I have no interest in that shit by the way if you're gonNa make blind movies vs where the where the stars blind but he can still when a guy throws around how's it can reach out and grab it then fuck it? Why is he blind who is not a handicap then? It's not a handicapper like Oh okay then he's better Ervin you or I have full site right line. Thing could be interesting handicapped for the character but I haven't seen not if you can feel the guy punching you before repented and then at some point you end up getting in the room and the Blind Guy Shoots Utah the light now you're equal although he's he was equal already because he grabbed your hand midflight Shannon all the blind movies were the guys are they're blind but they can still see or tell or feel everything with orange and why be blind okay blade. I don't like these kinds of movies but I think he's moved. You haven't seen these scenes vampires. I've never seen it either. Okay I think people like this stuff <hes> and it's kind of novel to have a black you know people weren't as woke back then what years is from ninety eight but so we didn't we weren't quite as woke. We'd get some more points for black superhero now but to date like nick. Was it good. I'M GONNA give it a couple extra points for the novelty of having a black star hero and I have no idea so I'm barely fresh at sixty six. I'm fifty eight. I said sixty six cross it out to sixty one. <hes> blade is rotten at fifty four needed that people seventy eight yeah. That's how these movies work all right right now. If you think capturing skinning over one hundred puppies is a sport psychotic like Glenn Close in the live action remake of it Disney classic one hundred one Dalmatians <hes> well Disney so there's no sports animation. They all worked pretty well. So what year was this. This was ninety six. Oh not animate okay all right. She's Cruella Deville. They they suffer when they don't go animation usually for sure. I didn't see it. I have no idea <hes> we get a little people punish a since Rabin idea all right you're locked in. I'm seventy one way lower fifty one sixty four one hundred one DALMATIANS rotten. Thank God got a thirty nine. Oh Wow people hate it. Twenty point right there wow that is big into the home stretch. This film features talents like Denzel Washington Dakota fanning and J.LO's ex husband Marc Anthony Delight when when a young woman is kidnapped her bodyguard must do the work of her apathetic rich parents and find her in two thousand four's man on <music> Fire Ridley Scott Tony Scott. I remember this existed and that's about it. One of them's transitioning <hes> okay I was right in the hunt and then I have really screwed the pooch. Pardon the Pun on Dalmatians so I gotTa get close here. This is tough again good to have a brother upfront. Dan Care Business. I didn't hear anything good about this. I get so many I don't like this movie and get so many tweets whenever I mentioned on the film vault or whatever show like I don't really like it. It's kind of whatever action needs dumb. It's era people king love this movie. People people call me an idiot for not liking this all right. It's okay but it's dumb blowback in by the way the tweets to be fair that does not make my top ten list of why you're an idiot. Okay good to know so we can even nowhere rate doesn't rate nowhere near the podium all right. He's beloved Ballard. My people I gotta get this one like dead nuts on otherwise otherwise it. It is not gonNa work for me. <hes> I'm going to have it. I don't know what to do fresh at seventy two well. Oh I WANNA lower it sixty okay. Hey I know nothing about this movie. I probably in patented Gina formed spun out as a fifty man on fire is rotten and thirty nine. Oh My oh my God look at the people to be eighty nine eighty nine telling you people love this guy movie. I don't know why blow up. I don't know last two movies were thirty nine and I'm out love it Brian coming in with the score of fifty four Nice Job Adam Corolla skin in puppies on the sideline. You got third place at eighty eight leaving Gina Grad Ball Brian Ryan again fifty four Gina Grad. I am sorry to inform Ball Brian but he lost -gratulations your score with forty five six the win thank you. That killed official games. I would exhibition game on sanction. Thank you one last one wow role. You know. Maybe that key FOB is hold me back with the metal plate in my head well. Everything's gotTa battery. Okay your body like one big electrical system. Okay Okay and what happens when you take <hes> space heater in throat in a bathtub. Oh everybody Frie- okay so that's what having that key fob on your person is like God. I'm so glad to be rid of it. You ever see the way a magnet attra- URESTI that <hes> Willy Willy where they have a magnet stick fun beer and they have shavings of iron and you could make mustached Afro will. That's what that key. I five is like on you. Okay it's pulling your brain is each it's just an electrical system okay and when if you take an electrical system and you screw that grid up you know what I mean like there's a brown out because everyone's running their appliances a rolling brownout well. That's what happens with the key fob so you rid yourself with a key fob brown free baby yeah you're ear like a Gondola in a hot air balloon and the key FOB is like a sandbag through that over the basket et now. I'm soaring now. You're shoring. The air is getting thin. ooh You're blocking out better never felt more alive thermes set in how come no one no one's doing anymore. They're not trying to set Kooky records little thing where Richard Branson was going around the world and the A dirigible trying to set that he's trying to go up in the Gulf stream whatever trying to get into and then he's going to get around then the other guy the red bull guy was jumping off the highest platform. We'd go up the weather balloon and Joey. Oh yeah from the strategy goofy records yeah. It's funny. It's funny when you come across a record. That's goofy record. You're like I could break not like Pogo sticking for twenty two hours but I found what we look it up the someone one of those guys like set records this thing he the highest score ever recorded bowling backwards like he threw the ball between his legs. Yeah there's that guy he's one hundred twelve and Mike that's accomplishable. Can I say this is with a record that involve having balls and then tons of technology like here's the deal we're going to set the world record for highest skydive you invest I five hundred thousand dollars in a NASA spacesuit. We then invest another million dollars in a balloon to bring you straight up. We put you on oxygen and then at some point we just push you over the edge and then you fall for seven miles at some some point and automatic chute deploys. Could we take my son and just get him high on Pot Browning. Just shove him in the same suit could do it yeah. That's what I'm saying like anytime we push you over the edge and you're sort of along the ride nice to meet your effort and volition yeah now. Obviously I'm over simplifying. It and I guess part of the record. It's like creating the suit our creating the dirigible doing it is but once it comes to someone you literally just shopping yourself off the edge anybody we know could physically do that and the shoots going to deploy five thousand feet and there's a secondary shoot three thousand okay do okay. I could do that to me. It's more like you know the ones where the Guy Bench press four four hundred ninety one pounds squatted two thousand. That's a little more heroic. We'll more difficult to do. Yes we'll speaking of that. I will answer your question about why don't people do that anymore. They do there are still heroes because on July eleventh a Belgian man sat sat on a toilet for nearly five days he broke that record he's forty eight. He's learning to be a bus driver. He set himself a challenge of sitting for one hundred and sixty five hours on a toilet seat and he gave up <hes> on the one hundred sixteen hour but that's pretty that's pretty record-breaking. I do love that there was a <hes> movie from the sixties that starred Joe Nemeth called C see and company. I think best screenplay winner the Oscars that you're right that was about a chopper gang and one of the guys had a trike chopper where the toilet in the back like the guy his passenger sat on to find a lear your new weapon of choice turn in the civic man. The porcelain punishers got a new ride. It's the chopper from I think it was called see she and in company with the show name these are better. These are better days we would just here's how these days at work like. Hey Cam Newton yeah. You're tall. People know who you are. You're starting to movie oppress fresh lively and then we just go the kids from third rock from the sun or something you gotTa Sitcom right good. We're kind of down and you go. I don't think doesn't matter since one of that matter. Let's talk more thing Joe Name Lovin Brolin Line in Boston it up that posters awesome it is a sixties poster there's ever sixties poster and the guys Ryan a shopper and he's got a toilet in the PAC man and he's committed to road roadtrips now man. You may not be able to handle a hog but you can hang on to your hog while I'm driving. I here's my question. Does it get more power. When you use the toil? Don't be ridiculous flux capacitor. I don't know Oh at some point the capacity yeah flush my time. You'RE GONNA be okay for some point. You gotta go. You gotta go full. Dave Matthews where you got to empty the bill stashed bridge right all right so he had a probably find a better picture of the Harley but it was a three real dry the guy wrote it and other guy it was back when all oh you really need it for a movie motorcycles because it was novel enough like haters five guys on a motorcycle riding in town the movie and then what's the plot. Did you hear me at some point. They'd have to be a bar fight and at some point some dude would have to make out with a chick who didn't initially WANNA make out with them but succumb to it hardly through the power of his loving what's he grabbed her by the scruff of the neck and pull their in she struggled for the first two seconds of the kiss and then just love right right a wonderful message to send all right. Let me hit the castrol edge stronger under pressure engines can lose up to ten percent of performance dude at friction castrol edge with fluid titanium transforms under pressure keeps them metal parts from Reverend man three times three times stronger leading full synthetic and its viscosity breakdown castrol edge formulated in ways to exceed the toughest industry standards. It is is castrol edge not TACO bell material may stand up special. Check it out giving them review on I._M._D._b.. I enjoy that also a weird thing and I don't know how it works but <hes> I said I wonder if it's got a review on itunes and sorry on rotten tomatoes and I went luck because I don't know what is reviewed on rotten tomatoes and what isn't reviewed on rotten tomatoes and at some point join at luck. I don't know ninety percent or something what ten reviews and then at some point I checked a month later and it was like no reviews insufficient. No nobody's reviewed and I was like well. I didn't zero to said nobody's not reviewed and I thought that was and then I thought I was making up and then I was looking at my phone the other day. Somebody sent me an old screen-grabbed like hey ninety. percent of rotten tomatoes does with nine reviews and I was like oh so there was but what happened. I don't know because ever heard of that now where they scrubbing standup specials. I don't don't know there are movies where there's not you know reviews never seen that you live with the Pete and it's like it had like one review by the critics not reviewed enough firm consensus by the critics but the people there was like nine reviews by the people but then they scrubbed it. I don't know I don't I don't mind that much. I just thought it was weird. I've never never seen that before. All right. You can also check me out. Monterey Golden State Theatre With Adam Ray doing stand up over there Stepdad. It'll be in the audience who loves cars. That'll be August seventeenth.

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God. Yeah. This is a day. Deep cut. But that is a rod ni dangerfield's wife. Ask bouquet on Rodney Dangerfield and remarried late in life and Rodney Dangerfield. You gotta get a new wife. He'd have now NSA success before fifty fifth birthday, you know. And now, then he became Rodney Dangerfield and he married. A hope you're sitting down much young. He sync up there. Yeah. Brian should've known. I know it usually goes that you should have heard the election. I should have dissipated. We're going with that one. So he this this once this old convenient Mary sis- younger blonde never have accepted rule, and she somehow n- the Vegas of my memories. I remember her being a business of a florist did over size roses. That's all. It's my I have to I've three Rodney Dangerfield recollections. There was his wife you can figure that one out max, Pat, Ronnie, dangerfield's wife, and like the flower oversight flower business, the other one was they had like a condo on will share. And I think they wanted a hot tub, and they craned it in and put out and how fast power move of biggest power move. Is. It was he didn't he? Was in it. That's a big move. But he was a diver you saw. Yeah. Cool. That the the crane company, obviously, it's a liability unless you have someone is certified Olympic ask the triple Lindy, right? Right. And so and the other part was his blonde wife who must still be around and have all the money was she in turn into giant flowers. Right gay picked the flowers giant defeat gyn. Yeah. Could not get those by the side of the freeway gorgeous. I I have a couple of pictures. I was surprised it's morning by my boyfriend and his son with. Yes. Because I'm nervous. Not Rodney bingen Heimer. Dangerfield. And it's it's wife. Cannell show point twenty minutes ago, we find anything about this lowers goes running on Iraq. He's never been married. Righty? Dangerfield wife, blonde, big stem roses. Sorry, go. So. My boyfriend son is all boy mostly and he picked up presents for me. And I opened them one by one this morning, and I sent Chris a couple of pictures, and if you have I he picked out traffic cone birthday candles for me like my NS omelette because he loves cars, and traffic and all things of construction. Then all of my presence. I have a picture of. Yeah. There you go. He picked out a sparkly red white and blue bow tie for me to wear because it's fancy. Yep. Two pairs of sunglasses a birthday button and car that says granddaughter your joy because at bird on it. So that was real nice. All this. He he's three and a half. So he's just coming online. Yeah. Thank you. These are unbelievable are unbelievable. And I gotta tell you ever paid. I'm going to deputise going to pull those out put water davick. I'm like one of those. I'm just a weirdo that way, which is the longer. They sit not submerged in water, and you shave an hour off of their shelf life, right? So beautiful. Congrats. And we'll you know, you're around in a year. I mean, that'd be dead. But obviously be here. Then then we'll do it again. They can't wait. I had this. I had a couple of thoughts. I was talking to more Garriga's about this earlier today. I don't know why this old school. There's this thing where you just wanna talk about old school stuff. But I feel like there's a bigger chasm between the kids today. I everyone will always say that throughout history and don't get me wrong. But I just mean certain universal truths that are now just essentially gone, which is the notion when your kid three cores of my life with search surrounded around the the notion in theory and activity of put it back put it back. Oh facing actually lines out. It's gone. And there was the what it went from. If somebody borrowed their dad's car or something if someone went out of town car after be put back in the garage. The way the dad had and you'd have to pull the seat to where your dad had the seat. There's liquor liquor bottle version of this too tire subplot affairs peeler. Yeah. Yeah. Because that car back exactly backwards. What it back? Yes. There was like, oh, he's got a penthouse in his chest of drawers, and at the friend, the lower drawers underneath the t shirts. And you you may go look at that Penn house, but you'd never just set it on top of the chess jersey put it back, and you'd make sure that it was facing the right direction in the corner. There is a food. There was anything. You would pinch any anything that was in a medicine cabinet anything that was in a pantry was all about putting it back back pain sticking. I could remember like taking my stepsisters car out for joyride and stuff and like trying to make sure the seat was exactly. Right. Even the windshield wipers, it started tourism or something I turn. On. But I had to make sure when I turn them off. They weren't like in the middle of the windshield. And they're back down. Just all that stuff. Just wiping the handle down with my shirt's sleeve pistol. Yes. You never just everything was just walked backwards. Wipe it down face the labels out. And yet to take the right amount of everything if you opened up a tree, and there was some Nacho cheese. Doritos you couldn't just polish. They'd be missing. You could take, you know, take tween nine thirteen to read us, but don't take half the bag. They're gonna know somebody got into that. And don't leave it Divet where you scoop smooth it a little bit. You know? So I can't tell take you think it's it's there's a possibility that Lynette would look in a pantry and go who ate all the Doritos. And then the answer be no one fucking knows. Nobody cares. Someone's assess the call grub and sell them to bring some Doritos over whoever would it's it's insane. But just that weird notion of gotta get the car back. Gotta get the porn back. Like, you're never gonna get the nuts. Back labels out a long. Process of putting everything back exactly how it was your footprint had two zero. Again, I come home. Now in my daughter's frame thing is roller skating through my house again. No. Laying on top of the back of the sofa. Glare cross back. Remember, the no fly. Remember three cores of things had to do with the way. You're sitting get gets it. Right. When you do get your put your feet on the ground up there for. Persia for this is new, but some of us had our grandparents had furniture. You could not sit on don't go in there. But that's a couch. What are you doing on it people people had like, I remember some people I knew who had money I had a girlfriend who lived in. Arcadia, and they had like what what appeared to be a mansion, but this one of those corny seventies eighties saying that had a bad bar fake fake stained glass over it really really crappy look in. But it was still like forty four hundred square feet and you want in that front door to front doors. Now, we had two front doors, but they were separate they're facing on these are two front doors next to each other overspent for me for me. So two front doors. Oh my God. You'd have no difficulty getting a sleeper sofa in and out of this place, and example, for example. But if you turn left when you walked in the entry hall you walked into the formal dining room and that carpet was right. Wabe would leave what brands and if you left what prince someone get yell that? You'd have to go back rake it like it was an infield of a dodger name. Yep. Russia as you back out hand. Hand. Coupling covering my tracks literally covering my tracks. Again, I come home. My my my kids friends are laying across the top of the sofa. The back like a hat was said laying across that with at Saka Doritos on the sofa eating it out of out of thing stomach when you more torito's insane fine. You to punch them Joan Dangerfield founded jungle roses known for their grapefruit-size flowers roses sounds like a dozen roses. Hundred and eighteen dollars dozen and the phone number was one eight hundred respect, but that's good. I think this is one of those jobs. You do when your husband super-rich can because she died, and I mean, he died, and she's I don't know how old now or what she's up to the exotic flower business remarried. That's kind of a weird one, Don Rickles. You got the you got. You got Rodney sloppy seconds. Which? Kind of a weird thing. 'cause like, it's it's Rodney Dangerfield that's kind of cool. So I was kind of a weird guy to had sex with your new new partner. Let's history mystery probably at the end he was on Viagra. I don't get no erect. That's a show everyone hollow. Get the big bucks. You don't have to say man, we get it. We heard the jail. Stupid. But I just thought it. All right, anyway, you have to tell us how old is workshop. Yeah. I would start off on what's in the news coming on the Muller port par facing congress. Oh, how about Rodney Dangerfield that guy? Just was passed a couple of few, you know, he left a gal behind much younger probably wanna have sex at the end, you know, marinate younger blind. You know, but it's probably difficult because sage and his health and everything like that. So you know, he was on some Cialis or blue or something that's what's in the news would be my first twenty years ago. How old was she sixty six he's a little property, but he's been gone for God. What's Ronnie been going one hundred now when he was he died in two thousand two I it's weird. Before he was eighty two in two thousand four right? Say two, and she was forty or for something fourteen years, whatever it is one hundred anyway, so he'll be missed. But not by me because I met him once it was a super dish love line. Yeah. It was on love line and famously he was supposed to after love line. They just come running up with a camera, and they had like three cards and you'd go. Hi, I'm Rodney Dangerfield watch me on love line tomorrow. And then they'd go one more, and they go watch me tonight on on love line. They get three those everyone in TV knows you have to if you watch thirty second. If you do Kimmel or you do did Leno back the day at the end of the show like where you're standing around with Leno and the band. The band just got done playing the musical act. I should say just got done playing. They deal quake quick thing. Like, hold the and then the guide run up and he'd go. That's listen the margarine Steve oh back to you. You know, the local news, whatever coming up next and give the names out of local whatever, and it's like that's part of the gig and Phillies gratin. He's like, no. I gotta go. Yeah. Just we're right here. Just doing. He's like, no I can't I'm running late. I never like, but we're just sitting here, and we just gotta just knocked it out. And he's like, no, I gotta get a haircut. I gotta get their precision timing. You think it works that way? Burbank. -fensive fantastic Sanford Brandi. Hey bucco. Three PM mean Streep three seven. Okay course in Provo. Lovely all before. Yes. Now that's ship me work over super cuts. Yeah. Not here. Sorry. Now. Look, you can either reschedule or wait for Sheki green to finish getting his haircut because he knows what three PM means. All right. So anyway, it's good was. It was. Illness where where we I had a thought. My thought was my thought of the day that I think is going to help and in all facets a life. And it's something I was drilling down on with Dr drew about. I'll tell you. What max patta? Why don't you get a clip of an crawls unprepared that deal in wack together? From where we we're in San Francisco. Yeah. This is. I'll use it to set up this thought, it's a little ninety second clip. Also tell you guys we're going to be doing this in brea may seventeenth eighteenth and Denver and Portland in West Palm Beach and all that although due West Palm Beach or is that a life? That's a life before that is. You're welcome to stand up. I'll pull your balls and then. Tonight. Right. Is that we Kimmel's tonight. Yes. All right. We should have that up there because can probably still get tickets for that link. Right. All right. So we'll play that little spot, and it will then launch me into my my poignant thought of the day. Speed speed. I listen, we make fun of speed owes like we make fun of fanny packs because they're gay but the fucking work, right? The Speedo still sort of weird and gay. But if you're European like if you've got that kind of accent like you've got to walk in here tonight in a Speedo, and we would've went like what the fuck. And if you're from Idaho, we would've just beat you by the dumpster, but you go. I have to be back in don't, you know, and we go cool fine. Speedo smart smart that he showed the sock in there. That's awesome. Also, I kind of missed all these belts. And all these guys are all getting in these weird like, we're skintight onesies. Now you ever see Mark Spitz? Mark Spitz is like this. He's wearing a fuck and red white and blue Speedo. He's got a six gold medals across his chest. Mark Spitz with such a bad ass swimmer. You know, all these other swimmers like shaving their bodies down and waxing themselves and putting fast-lane all over there. Onesie and everything Mark Spitz at a huge, seventy porn star mustache fucking chess full of fucking Jew. Pro. But you Russians. The weird English. Tokyo reference was there's a guy in the front row who is English guy who lived in Tokyo, and I was talking to them earlier. But just to catch you up. It's also it's such a winner thing like when you have this English accent. And you explain you work in Tokyo. Everybody just goes, oh, super super dropping of the earth genius, rich genius rich genius Ritchie. And he he's vague. He's vague about what he does. He does. Also, these guys too. I had a company I sold it. I just kind of hung out and traveled for a few years, I got bored. So I started a new company God love them. That's awesome. All right. My thought which is based on that is. Let's see it's got to versus get to and everybody should get that stuck in their craw. And I'm going to explain more about that in one second. I I wanna tell you about. Let's see mother's day. That's right. Oh, speaking of flowers are theme mother's day's coming up. Sunday may twelve and you can't go wrong with flowers from you. Flowers dot com has a fantastic deal right now for our listeners go to from you why? Oh, you from you flowers dot com slash get a dozen mix roses for just nineteen ninety nine. Rodney's wife would win over one hundred bucks for these things or running being. 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And I said, well, obviously, there's benefits like you're working out. You're on your feet. You're you're not you're not getting covered with dust or ring rust, or whatever we're calling it. And you are you're you're working out ideas. But you're also just kinda up with the juices circulating and so on and so forth, which everyone understands everyone gets that facet of everything. It's no different than exercise. What's it like playing beach volleyball after not playing after leaving your bad for two years? Well, it's in better shape tan, but if you get around he started hitting it, and you move around a little then it's easier, and that's that's fine. Everyone understands that concept, but this concept is that plus which is got to versus kit too. Because. If you're going out in doing it for free. Now, the lines are getting blurred between get to and got to. I used to go out and go like, oh you want to do dinner this weekend. I go. No. I gotta go gotta go gotta go. We're going to Chicago. I gotta go. I gotta go. I got go there port. I got to got to got to and. And it was true. I I I had to do it. But in my mind, I gotta go. I can't do this. I got to do that. Do this thing. And I was turning what standing up on stage and drinking a beer and making people laugh and hanging out a green room and watching Mike August and never putting the cover back onto the ranch dipping sauce or the vegetables ever. Even though I would always dutifully cover them up. But he would always that. Simple pleasure. And I turn that into got. And and so what I what I started doing when I started going out in doing stand up for free. Now, it started into well is it get two or got to because I don't have to go out the day before Thursday night before I hit the road. But I am doing it. But I'm not getting paid. So those it blurs the line a little bit. And when you're driving to the airport to do two shows on a Friday night after a day of work. It sounds pretty taxing. And. It is. But it shifted like I was like driving to the airport thinking. Ooh, I get to have as much time. As I want doing doing my stand up at the beginning in a club that like keep it to twenty minutes. And we'll give you the light at eighteen or whatever that is. And they're not gonna throw chair at you go to twenty two minutes, but there's a little bit of you're on the clock. And there's there's other comedians waiting. You. Don't wanna just fill us up there and baba, blah. And now this packed house full of fans, and I get to do as much time as I one on my stand up that I've been working on. And I've switched it from got to to get to now it's never fully going to be get to go to magic mountain. But it it it does take it from the got to the get. And if you guys look if you have a job at a manure factory that involves a snow shovel. It's going to be hard to get you from get to God or got to get you. Gotta get the shoveling. Many jobs that you probably. And then now the problem is is everyone can convert a get to got to that one's easy. That one's easy. We're all very good at it. But let's see if you have a job that is somewhere in the vicinity of something. You would have thought about when you're in high school. You know, when I was thinking about jobs in high school. They ended the ended with the word, man. You know, they're going to be a fireman or do you want to be policeman illustrated book, you look at a picture, and there's a garbage man that could be a garbage, man. Yeah. So the fact that we're all doing this puts us in the get to round, but it's still easy to turn get into into a God. And I'm just saying anyone who's listening. Keep it your job, maybe working at a law firm as a clerk or something like that be glamorous involve being on stage or an audience or accolades or anything. But I still bet there's ways to get from got to get. Yeah. The job. Sure the entirety of the job and not be get too. But there's certainly aspects of it. It's like you always say about look, you're not in a cubicle you're out digging ditches, so you get to be in an air conditioned environment and comfortably working on your job. That's something. Oh for me. Just sitting as big deal get to and not having a foreman announced that he was going to get some one of us to quit by the end of the week. That was my greatest moment. I love good old Mike stra, Matt like I'm going to show hard on you guys. I'm gonna ride you so hard. I'm going to punish you so badly that one of you will quit. I it's such a marine. It's such a horrible impulse to have a bunch of broken down nineteen year olds or getting seven bucks an hour to dig ditches for fifty hours a week who clearly we're neglected by their parents and fell through the cracks of the system, the notion that you got to go down Israel were MS. We're here are we it's the middle of the summer. We all shovel their hands. Why what is that impulse? I look I'm do. She is the next guy. But my impulse was always if I was on the set or doing love line on MTV, or whatever I would be Dushi to the publicists and the producers, but I've never be Dushi to anyone who was running around on the set of craft service down punching the working people. These people are working now everyone on a construction site is working, but some guys are putting up crown molding and other guys are digging ditches. He's such a douche, so basic training for no reason. Oh, no. You should have done dead fingers. Look, I ran into his wife on the road, his ex wife, and she's she's cared a bunch of flowers force lawn. She's like boy can imagine working for that guys. Like, I couldn't imagine living with that guy. Mike stra Matt while he's looking that up. You know, you should have done Tilly now, obviously. But like over five ten fifteen years, he was he was basically threatening. Some some group doesn't whatever it was you go should've pulled a couple of bucks together. Each got one of your gut just one of your flunky, unemployed buddies and be like, hey, here's twenty bucks. We'll put into bucks, each whatever is you show up as soon as he gives one of he's going to quit get up and walk lights. I quit. You got twenty bucks. You gotta gotta quit. He now. Pas. Yeah. It sounds good. But there was only like four Jeff gained twenty bucks. Baltasar one of the guys and. Three Mexican guys into white guys. You know, which one is both is our Baltasar is under lease. What a confused like I'm gonna get one you to quit. That's it out here so long. I don't know. I don't know. Baltasar must be I don't know Hispanic. I guess it's not common. But one of the guys aims Baltasar. I don't know where where it comes from. Anyway, when you're talking about the got versus get to it always makes me think of program people in twelve step people say things like so if you're looking for a way to be of service, you know, come volunteer this week, and blah, blah, blah. And I've heard people say that I got the first my heard that I thought why would anyone want to look for a way to volunteer? I didn't understand what the concept was. And then when someone explained it to me, and like, of course, that is a privilege to get to be of service to other people. And I was like well, oh, of course. Yes. Of course, it makes sense. So that's such a great way to put it. If you're looking for a way to be of service. Here's a way to volunteer. Here's the thing to do. Here's the thing to do. And of course, it makes you feel better. Well in a world where everything is relative all the time where if you lost your cell phone or damage, your cell phone or left your house with. Out your cell phone. You would be devastated, and formerly that device didn't exist. Nobody had it. No one thought about it was just fine considering that's how we're wired. Then the pursuit of success and in riches and fame or or whatever that is air conditioning and wall to wall carpeting, and one hundred inch TV screen that's only going to beget more. They you know what? I may I may do a preemptive sniffer. Bold through another gauntlet. But think about think about just the short period of time we've been on the planet. You know, when I grew up we had a fourteen inch black and white zenith that was deeper than it was wide. And it was like, that's our TV shut. And then at some point. It was like big old Sony twenty seven inch, you know, weighed four hundred pounds like okay, the TV set. And then someone's like flat plasma forty two inch plasma T O ate it. They made it, but she quickly. It's like it's like you just got into the jacuzzi of life. And you're like, oh, boy, this really is tickling my feet, or this is this is hot or whatever. And then for you just sat in and then sit around and we're making any hotter. Like, it doesn't feels normal now whatever and then the forty two and then the fifty five and now I have a eighty inch TV, and I don't give a crap about it. It's it's just the TV that's in my house, and I don't give two shits about it. And everyone else lives in the house doesn't give three and a half shifts about their slightly lesser more than I am. It's a big nothing burger to everyone because you mmediately acclimate. And then you go to someone's house, and they have a hundred and twenty inch flat plasma, and you want to know what the problem is with our house. So that's our wiring. So unless. You do a thing where you go. I'm going to go to the shelter where they have thirteen inch TV and watch a little watch a little basketball NBA finals on that. You'll never reboot you don't get calibrate. And you're not calibrate calibrated to just keep going. That's our wiring. So go view it. I mean, this is also a little what Dr drew calls ordinary misery like just go. Go. Punish yourself? A little bitch. Go hit it. Go hit a little bit little too hot for hiked on the hike. Just just just push it a little bit cell stretcher comfort. Yeah. But think about the got to versus get to and giving the to to the get to now Kristie Bishop probably someone who does thinking they get to indeed way. See also strikes me someone who's like work is one of those things that you can kind of run from your whole life or you can dive into it like you're going through wave and burst out the other side of it. I. Coming. Now, she embraces those the waves of life the challenges the all the stuff that most of us at splashed only a wet like machine not to be too much of a Downer. But you guys got married at an incredibly challenging point in your life. Right. It was okay for her. I was telling me. You're saying it was like look this is all too much for me. I wish you the best. You know, she had that attitude, then there were definitely people who people in our lives, we knew and like who brought that up to where did it ever cross your mind? Why are you gonna stay with them? Obviously, so far so good. We'll see you tomorrow. We'll bring Christie, and we'll do commercial grade. She has thoughts about big fat guy on the beach interested about that. I'll tell you commercial sweetie about Castrol edge stronger. Under pressure engines can lose up to ten percent of performance due to friction Castrol edge with fluid. Titanium transforms under pressure to keep the metal parts from Robin, power and rubbing and all of that. Now, they say if you ain't rubbing you ain't race in. But this is internal inside the engine block. You don't want that three times three times stronger than leading full synthetic. It is Castrol edge everybody. Oh righty. Then again, we got Vegas tonight and come I'm dying to check out Kimmel's place. I'm also dined at checkout, the food it Kimmel's place, come out Harland Williams. It's gonna be with us. Not tackle bell materials out as we speak. Thank you very much at chassis, or I tunes Amazon or every get love it. If you watch it totally what you thought, and we'll take a quick break. We'll come back with the Christie, Bishop and commercial great. This Thursday night. The Adam Corolla show returns to the stage that the grand opening of Jimmy Kimmel's comedy club. Join the ace man ball, Brian Gina grad and the rest of the show at Jimmy Kimmel's comedy club this Thursday night. Get your tickets now at Adam dot com. Chrissy Bishop in studio. Great to see you announce your noon, exciting, title and job places. So I'm going back to work everybody. Right. Joining a an amazing company called Ataman, and I'm going to be there. You better be happy going back to work. It's an amazing company called Edelman their marketing agency on going to be an executive vice president of their brands. You are gay clock eight yes, I've been talking to them for. Once you get a cool office. I think so the the have more than that more importantly have a cool team is. Yeah. Right. But back. Furniture. What's going on with advertising because I'm one hand? It's it's you know, it's kind of the old school stuff has gone away or lessened in a certain degree. But the internet must just opened this whole thing up to these vast new horizons. I mean, there was a story weeks ago about Accenture typically like, you know, not an advertising company they bought a company called drug five, which is like one of the most aboard winning advertising agencies out there and the company that I'm working for Ataman started out as a PR company. Now, they're getting into fully integrated advertising and winning awards that other traditional agencies would win. So it's very incestuous and interesting the internet's one thing. But it's just everything. So fragmented like if you just doing one thing you're not gonna succeed you have to do all of it and do it. Well, I was everyone was sort of outraged over the I don't know what it was the DNA find your ancestry where the white guy was fleeing freeing a black woman. Dot com. And I thought I didn't I didn't hate it. But I realize you can't go. It's a third rail. Like, there's no good way of doing that. So it's kind of a why even why bother going down that road in this day and age don't you know, it came from Canada like and has to be well into tensions like. No, polite to like, let's look at the positive side of flavor. We're so so I wasn't all by it. I thought they were trying to make a positive statement. I just thought don't, you know, in this day that there's no version of this no matter how thoughtful you think you're paying com on the right side on the good side. I get all of it. And I don't care because I get it. But no one you're going to get you're going to get you know, that an arms about everything these days particularly race relations. So I mean when I saw miserable really by watched it. And I was just like what world did this even make it out of like a concept around into like an internal presentation. It's good without these two getting married and running away together in like her fling. Listen, it wasn't clear that she was a slave. But it was very very it was inference the elephant in the room that the the thing they obviously missed that for every mixed race birth that came out like this. They came out of the eighteen sixties or whatever. There were ten thousand that were product of rape simple rape in the back by by slave owner and slave is not consenting. Vast majority cases came up amongst the Canadian creative. Also had a nominally the good people of anomaly probably didn't go a mixed race. Couple sneaking have a life together rare. Except when I get it. It's like without this story like you wouldn't exist. Like the story would have fine. Okay. By the way, simple rape worst ingredient. Cocktail. Take a one ounce of vermouth reduce it down. Take some zest of lemon. I not crushed ice lewd it Jaeger simple ripe. Shia curved simple. Right. Who's the anyone listening at my new job? I had nothing to do with this. Simple, right. I don't know what you guys are making. Now, you can make your own simple rape at home jigger. Please. Reduce Brown sugar. All right. I thought we did what is how much. Writes rape. You've got. Leaving. Blasted negative one. Is one and a half ounces one and a half. One and a half. Stupid. The real one has the two sides to one we know. I used to be a bartender. All right backing groceries. Welcome to my home, dishwasher place. Now, let's get to she'll let because I saw you tweet about I can't even with an ad. I guess it was it was a woman who was very heavy set. And she was on the beach, and she was celebrating herself. I guess this is real when I woke up to it. That was the first thing I saw, and I was like this can't be real like this is this has to be fake. It is Gillette Venus. Yes. It's a a woman who now look there's a couple ways you can dress a big woman and their ways to do it like you'll see on, you know, let Ross dress you they have the plus size models in everything. But they're not showing a ton of skin. This is a lot of cotta cheese. Well, so the good and the bad of this is like what? So anyway, the headline reads are that the the caption thank you since its social media these guys so go out there and slay the day, and it's the photo. And it's like, yeah. Yeah. Strong woman whatever in glitter. Plus lasers. That's this. Woman's handle on Instagram. So she's an Instagram influence her. She's got like one point two million followers. This is her picture. So like this is not Gillette who styled at her style her at all. But she's like she's all about female apartment. Like, I get it. Her videos are wonderful. She works out a ton like she has a whole workout thing on her on her page. So she's getting an insane amount of flack for this. I understand. But like what the hell are you doing Gillette like you struck out with the first TV ad metoo? You completely shark out was so far like the exception to the rule like me to me to now this one like, okay, we're celebrating a city celebrating women like what are you trying to do like it's well intentioned, but it's terribly terribly strategized and executed. I mean, people are fat shaming the hell out of this woman. It's awful. Like do do. I agree with Wang that much. No, I don't. But some people just do. And she, you know, she might be healthy. She works out a ton. So have to go to the beach, you happy she wants to do. So I feel really bad about the way that she's getting attacked a g. Just don't know what the hell it says about Gillette and like PS they sell their Venus razors for more than they sell their their male razors. Tax. I'm kind of doing the math like I used to do with Dr drew where like all the people strung out on Vicadin that must be taken a hundred pills a day that must be good for the drug company. Right. He's like not because you're moving X amount of yet. And he used to take moving product. I'd take three and seven years when I have a root canal. They're taking one hundred and I felt the same way about Sharman and t- peeing the principal south. They gotta love it. And if you're Gillette, and you got women with this much volume a lot of razors. How many raise you going through well through to and I haven't gotten through my right leg. Yeah. A lot of that's a lot of ground cover there. There's a lot of square footage square insurance. Yes. And I feel really bad because I don't think we need another reason to bash women for their bodies like we do a good enough job of that at all just by ourselves. But like to figure out what you're trying to do. Like don't jump onto the bandwagon. Goes Silva extreme with it. And like what's next? What are they going to do next? Just stop for a second, and like pull it back and figure the hell out the thing that I was also interested in was the twins and the electric car and the whole sort of VW thing, right? Yeah. I got the answer. Wins on the electric Carvey. Those were twins are same person playing that whatever. And I wanna hear both. I have a question for you. I always think about actually I rarely ever think about it. But on the way, so VW has to make amends for their rigging. Yes. The diesel diesel gate, these okay? And so they have to give money to electric car. You know, the the board of electric cars to run commercials, blah, blah, blah, sort of it's it's it's a lot like the cigarette companies. Paying for commercials that are non anti-smoking hang up there since financial hail Marys fine. And so they're no VW's in there's a Chevy volt or Volta. Can't remember DWI in there? It's an eagle. So there is you just can't tell at all like at also the it's a Nash, I part of a national campaign by a company called or an association called electrify America them wholly owned subsidiary of Volkswagen group of America. Volkswagen say. Created in two thousand sixteen but like you said about this investment, it's a ten year two billion dollar investment on zero emission vehicle technology and awareness. This was the first one. There was a veto Gulf a Honda clarity. By the way. Never heard of that carton. Nissan leaf beat up BMW, I three and Hundai on in addition to the in the commercial. I'm talking about. I think it was just the Chevy that was in the one we drilled down this show. It's only when you can see really okay like the logo. I don't even know there's I'm trying to think of the other cars that are it's towards the end when they all kind of go away. So the question then is if it's VW in VW's Pang, and they have to have an electric car in a world where you do TV shows, and they put kaffirs tape over everything all the time you wear Nikes on a TV show. There's put tape over. And I was. Look so stupid. That's what they do. Yeah. You go out and shoot a car. That's the Ford logo just bummed gaffer's tape over. That's how they do it. So if I'm VW, and I'm shooting a commercial, and I need electric car, and I can see the Chevy bowtie the front grille. Why not some silver gaffer's tape just over that being forced to know? I have no idea to be honest with you. I don't know the way that that's the way that that strategy is come to life here. All the other cars. Yeah. I don't know why it might be because that's the car that has the most awareness. They might have done the research. Like, okay. This has the highest sales has the highest awareness amongst the general population. So since this is a message about electric cars, and the whole message is basically like if you're not driving electric car you're living in the past like the Flintstones. So I could see them using that as a flagship because people have bought it in there ware of it. My in my world where every time you bust out a camera. Somebody bus out the gaffer's tape. I don't Chevy's Mike competition. Yeah. Why just put one three inch piece of photon? Now, they can't because they're. Promoting legit cars and how today's commercial for Volkswagen commercial for electric car. Yes. It is cars, but not the Chevy volt. I mean, that's the highest selling electric car. So using that as like, basically, the primary vehicle than to have a halo effect on the rest of it and have a positive effect on. This is somebody enforcing that. Probably they probably who knows the Chevy volt versus best interest to do vocal. Frankly, the list, I just read like we all like, what are those cars? Yeah. They're not gonna let them do Volkswagen or they're not gonna let them highlight. It all right. Yeah. I'm just saying if the if I were there, and I was for Volkswagen. I go I'm not advertising, we'll have an electric car. But I don't want people to know what it is. So the gambler state over the. Then somebody probably told them know from the research perspective, guaranteed. It's because it's the best selling one with the highest awareness. If you're trying to have a halo effect on positive imagery and sentiment being on earth for like electric cars, then then you showed that the volt. I still don't understand because Christie. No, no, I get the halo fach. But only one people know of like if you put a different logo, and the people don't it's like Flintstones and Jetsons people are not going to understand that it's electric because you've never seen like an Ionic before. I think the only difference in our way of thinking is is if it's in forced by some sanctioning body than. Yeah. Can't if it's left up to me Volkswagen. I will. This is not a commercial for or by Volkswagen commercial for this third party now, which is electric cars for America, a wholly owned subsidiary of Volkswagen group of what if this some home cooking. They're not allowed to you know, what I mean. I'm sure just like the cigarette companies or whatever it is. When you you you have your own company, but it's regulated cannot do not putting ads on cancer. Let's do one more. What do you got? So let's talk about the discover twins. Oh, yes. Decree. I have an answer. So I interviewed a gentleman named Ross lacy yesterday who owns Ross lacy casting. And he's very prominent casting director in LA for my podcast and like three minutes into the conversation. We're like oh this ad this ad. And I was like you've done discoveries. Like, oh, yeah. I did the twins. I was like, well what's up pull over pull, the Catholic? And I'm like, so wait, we gotta we gotta get to the bottom of this. And I'm like, what is the strategy. Like, tell me everything. And he's like, oh, yeah. Well, we're in our eleventh round of casting and their eleventh round of the campaign. Meaning there's multiple ads in each round. So probably like thirty ads in and from the get-go. He swears the brief was to get to people who look identical but are not twins. They're not related so they cast in New York, Chicago and very laborious, and we were sitting in the room that they cast in and we will find them. Fly them together put them in this little room with the two desks, and they're they're separated. Then we have them talk to each other and make sure like the voices sound similar that they can reactive charisma, but why why not just the same person? He's like because we. Be having this conversation. And I was like my vindicated wanted cultural awareness cultural currency because you're like, what are you doing? Why are you actually putting two different people instead of the same person? And he's like they wanna conversation people. They're working smarter monitor for Ryan like Christie was very excited permission yesterday after the interview, and I said, I guarantee out of gene, we're going to have the same reaction as me and having same reactions, which is that may have been may have been their strategy. This whole like oh have conversation, reverse engineering, a disaster, reverse engineering, a poor concept, which is oh people are confused the intentional along. No. It was not you're not trying to confuse people. Well, you guys have talked about nine eleven flying. Ninety. We're talking about avocado. Christie. That's like saying if I cheated on you, and you got set me or yelling like, hey, look at the spark it's causing relationship. No problem with I thirty seconds into a conversation about how excited I got the answer. And all of a sudden crowd point with. I was like this is why people say that you do this because you're prepping from my point I'm excited, and I got the answer. But I guarantee that that guy didn't mean that's like you weren't in the room shot up. I well, you're both experts in certain fields. Everything in the universe to hand. Time. So this guy, Christine your opinion, or at least what this guy was saying. But he just that was their plan and the plan was to get people talking about it. And maybe debating and doing exactly what we were doing. Yes. And because it's been I guess I mean using air quotes well received and still constantly debated eleven runs later. I mean, it's working for them. It's they've increased their brand awareness like people are talking about it people know it's from discovers from an advertising perspective, it's working, but why go to the trouble of finding two random d'appel gang. I mean, they're either the same person or they're not just get twins. We don't care about that. I was more blown away with the fact that you actually can find like in the, gene pool. There's there's another Gina out there and other Chris, I'm curious. Yeah. And that's the whole point because he's like, well, I mean, if it was the same person, we would not be talking about like, that's the end of the story. I'm like, no, you're right. That's that's not very compelling or exciting. Wow. Yeah. I feel defeated. Somehow. We all know the names for. Title. Normally Chrissy gives a grade. But I'm going to nice for because we're just kind of breaking down the game film on this particular commercial grade, but satisfying to know interesting to get a peek behind that curtain that she talked to the guy cast commercial guy the guy. That's also it's it's always a little disappointing. Whatever the answer is. Because you think there's an answer. And they're they're oftentimes isn't an answer. I found this in many facets of life where you just go way. Do we find out this? I mean, look no further than the mullahs report. We're going to get this and never gonna feel this way about it. And it's always like you venture really get it. Feel. Every time with you. Adam is just to disappoint you. I'm. Default setting. No. But how many times have you said to somebody? But why why did you do this or how come you? Did it that way? What was the thinking behind? And it's like, I don't know. That's why we did. Why did you your daughter Christie and your son Chris? That's right. True story, it my brother, and I have the same name. All I never really put that together. There's not a good answer. The name did the IRS. The time. Yes, it's fun. All right. Well, mom and dad do a little commercial great for gyco. And then roll bring Brad Williams and everyone's got the to do list. How about you add save hundreds of dollars any car insurance? You don't have to go anywhere. Just go to Geico dot com. Fifteen minutes, you could be saving fifteen percent or more on your auto insurance. But that extra money in your pocket and get yourself eighty inch plasma TV at geiko guy could come Christie. Well, of course, commercial grade the podcast available on apple podcasts and the Twitter and the tweets that I was rated pardon my crumbs, which I enjoy quite a bit as well. So check out the Instagram at pardon my crumbs as well commercial grade as well Brad Williams out there. We'll bring him in right after this. Hi fashion outline. 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ACS (Part 1): John Popper and Jo Koy

The Adam Carolla Show

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ACS (Part 1): John Popper and Jo Koy

"Thanks for listening to the Adam Corolla show on podcast. One is Ron. Is about it from jed. Bodice fun. Somebody. Alexa, play hits from Queen. Okay. Music of voices. All you need get tens of millions of songs. Download the Amazon music app today. From Corolla one studios in Glendale, California this year Corolla show guest today. John and joke with geographic news Brian on sound. And now the man whose race is not still undecided. He's definitely whites. On got to get. In and thanks for sharing. Sharing real. Should a woman's name. We were li- on you. As we go into our tenth year about the hit their ten year anniversary, good day Gina grant. I'm crazy. Joe koi? Coming in excited about that. John Popper coming in excited about that. So awesome. This half of the show brought to you by blinds dot com. When no Castrol edge titanium strong for max Mench before. Lifelock. Lifelock that Cup enter Adam had a moment at the other shop, and you tell me if I handled it, right? Ooh. Ready? I. I was I'll put me to better mood. Hey, max, PANA or Brian? You can find Q up look around by blue track. Let's my favorite blues. Travis on it makes me think how much I love John Popper. But all right. But you tell me you don't don't go on your quest yet. I was at the shop on Saturday. And I go in there putz around with the cars, whatever sometimes Shaan who's my mechanic is in there working on various projects. And I usually he lets himself out and Shaan is not on my list of F ups. Okay. I have a list of episodes specs. It's it's. Long. It's long. And then I have a group of people that don't f up this is how my brain works. It helps me get through life. This is you're not in nice list. It is and Shannon's not on that list at all. And he's quite the opposite. But we were there on on on Saturday. I have a big compressor big, you know, big hopper tank big multi gown, whatever if you have a shop, you need a huge compressor. And that things a big drawn in fires up like big thought though. And on on Friday afternoon. We we had laughed sorta together he compressors usually on when you're there. And then he was leaving. And I said, John, you know, you lock up I'm leaving Friday five in the afternoon split. I have a big light, by the way that is one of these studio, you know, in use that I I I'm I'm not dumb. I realized the compressor gets left on all the time because it goes dormant wallets on. Nobody has ever left a blender on you don't turn on a blender and then go, oh what happened. Well, the phone rang. I wanted to other room, and then I side to take a nap. And then I went out for lunch, and I came home the planner were still on like, it's not that. But but what if the blender turned on and then turned off automatically for two hours, and then came back on again, that's kind of what the compressor does. It goes dormant it fires up. It gets to the compression that it wants. And then it's like, it's all right. So I put a big red light up on the wall where it is. So everyone walked past it or is leaving knows it's on five. We added some other equipment, and that acquit is higher ups like an air scrubber, and that's all up there. And. Now, the light is obscured. If you're standing at the end of the hall, but if you say in front of it you'll see it's being moved now. So I showed up Sunday morning with sunny. I had one of these great parenting things where he said we're the flag flag football super bowl's on Sunday. It's at noon. It's at the high school in Glendale, then I said, hey as smoke in the air, you sure they didn't cancel the game. And you know, it's on and then we pulled up to empty high school football stadium. And then I looked at him. I said. I said wait a minute still on nobody's here. And he's like, I guess they cancelled it because of their and I was like, yeah. I didn't cover that in the entry hall twenty eight minutes ago. But okay, just like the word got out the word got out there were there were no other families or other cars are any individuals. There. We were the only people there. So the word did get out. It just didn't get to the Corollas of I'm guessing it did not want to you. It didn't it did not get to sunny or Lynette stake in the tally out for her volleyball, whatever, which is it's funny. How you have that little cash register in your head. And like you guys got volleyball game on Sunday. No. Oh. Practice on Sunday. No. And I'm like, and then it's like, no, I have a one on one volleyball coach. And all of a sudden, you just hear all of a sudden. Yeah. Oh down that. Now money, that's cost me money. Okay. So you go over there do your volleyball. We'll go over here. So I said to sunny Jesus Christ. He's a lucky. I don't wear belt should all right. We're going to the shop. Then we're near the shop. We're going to the shop, and he's like I need to get home and get some cocktail excuse. But anyway, said we're going to the shop. So we went to the shop on Sunday. And when I walked in Sunday morning a Sunday. The compressor was on oh shit. Let's frustrating. And I was like, wait a minute. What happened here, and I said, well, wait a minute means Sean were here yesterday afternoon at five o'clock five o'clock, and then we split, and I guess he left the compression on. And then I went I got a race that light because you can't see it when you're walking out to your car in the driveway. It's obscured by this other air scrubber box, I need to raise it. So that's on me. I wanna raise this. So this won't happen again. But God damn Shawn's pretty damn good. I guess I need to just my list a little bit. Listen pencil. So then I get back. And then I get there today, and I walk in, and I go, you know, Sean, we need to raise this light. And rob you need to raise the light. Because Sean didn't see it and Sean was here on Friday afternoon Saturday afternoon, he he left, and it was running all night and Shaan said Ono, I came back Saturday evening Saturday afternoon. I came back and shut the compressor. I did forget, but I came back and shutting and I went, oh, but I should up Sunday morning. Rob lives down at the beach. I who he's never here on weekends and robs like came in Sunday morning to put Aaron my car tires, and I left it on. And then you tell me good, boss, bad, boss. I said, thank you. All's right in the world. And he went I'm sorry, rob. You are on my list of guys who can do this heard. You've earned capital you can take away for capital little bit. Once in a while. I can make a mistake now. Oh, he's on my list of fuck up. Giants. Not on my list of fuck up on the good list to he's a good guy. He's still on the list of that list. About for. So he came in Sunday morning. He turned on the compressor. He put Aaron his truck tires, and then he left now that's not turning on the compressor at eight AM and punching out at four that's coming into Aaron your time. And he in his fifteen minutes or twenty minutes. Whatever wasn't a short window. He came in Sunday morning. He turned on the compressor, he filled up his truck tires, and then he split that is right. Then I said, Sean, we're standing metric Shari for putting you on Rob's list. I had no choice. Rob is like what the F? I'm like. Well, these are the last brand now, rob you need to take this light and relocate it. Not for Sean, Sean doesn't need the lot. Yeah. That light is for you. But all the others that are on that list, and you should work hard to get off of that list. Tardy off the list. Put together a little streak of not this and you'll you'll you'll get off the list. So even though that's irritating. It had to be satisfied. It was because I was there. Sunday morning going. This is very und- Sean happen to be right or wrong. I I was like wildly satisfying. When found out even though it was out bunch of kilowatts. But I mean, I was saying they're going me and Sean left Saturday evening. Basically, I'm now here Sunday before noon, nobody's spending here and the compressors on there's no scenario where somebody snuck in Sunday morning flicked on the presser and left, but it was still wildly unsatisfying. And then I told as I told rob we need a light. And we need moved for you, Sean as the light and lower your expectations right to get the switch. You know what? I mean goes I get a switch. Yeah. Now, look I feel like you're not doing people you're doing a disservice. If you don't let them know who they are because you need to work to get off of that list. We'll let the status check fine. Address elf in the room where we on the list Lister we on. Yeah. I'd like to know first off your both on a good. You both on the happy side of the list. Now, Ballo everyone. By virtue of first thing you do to get on that list and don't be late. We're tonight, right. Start showing up late. It's easy to get enlist. The late runs into everything. The late late is a gateway drug to fucking gateway drug to all other fuck up late gate, late gate, all speaking. Play drug to every other fuck up in life. L the fuck ups. I'll show you late. I Joe pipe down. We're talking about top of the pyramid. The pyramid of fuck ups late is. It's in there, and it all comes down from there. Yes. I'm here. Sorry out of. No, that's all right. I was New York morning late to your multiple sold out shows a lot. It was a lot. So many sold out army is strong. Adam I want you to know that buddy so much I get so many compliments fucked up because he called me joy. I'm sorry for being now, I get what happened is your garage and your car got locked. So they're doing they're still construction going on in my house right now driveway in the front yard Joe's house two and a half years ago three years ago were they chopped down the the neighbor's tree. Yeah. Yeah. Big gaping hole. So I can see the back of my neighbor's house. Yeah. But this time they're chopping. Well, the building the front lawn now so frontline and so they said we're chopping down. Trees the branches what is that called pruning ruining park. Both your cars in the garage. So I did before I got on got in the car to drive into the airport. I parked both of them in the garage, and I closed the door, but my clicker is in the garage in the car lately, my car is up against the door to go in through the the backside of the garage. So I couldn't it was just like this. So we're twenty minutes I'm trying to crawl through. And then Finally, I just gave up. I fuck Chris. I'm going to be late. I can't get in my my doors up. There's no way I can get in. I gotta find out. To open this crutch just locked myself in the garage last way series. Yes. Whole key fob gate fiasco Lynette went out of town gay put the fucking key-fobs on the tire Lynette told me it was in the Cup holder. I got in the car to drive the kids to work Iran over the key fob had no idea where it was. I crushed the key fob. Yeah. Had many many discussions in my life with Lynette about the extra key in the crucial key sort of Albert Brooks talking about the egg the nest eggs, the nest egg America had those kind of conversations if you leave town, and you got your key with you. And then I need to get the move the car, and we don't have the extra key. But there was no extra key. Wait. There wasn't actually exists somewhere. There isn't any more purse somewhere, it's somewhere. So now, I have crushed Kifah. No extra key. And I've come back from school, and I've blocked myself in the garage. That's not operable. I get it anymore. So that was difficult. So I'm I you pick the right podcast show up late on the same thing last week. But the problem had been solved if I would have just picked that option of the keep head on the side of the wall, which I didn't do. Because it's ugly. Yeah. You sober my garage anywhere else. Who'd be exposed. I don't know. It's a now I'm gonna do it. Yeah. It's a weird. I I'm at the point where I feel like we just need a retinal scan forever. Everything in life. Yeah. They'll give you the outdoor key punch in thing. Yeah. So where are they? Now you've done with your pool. Yeah. The pools done. Basketball court there now guess yeah. The house will reporting the houses, I gotta tell you Joe you're going you're going the rich poor man's version of Seth MacFarlane. Seth McFarland bought up on top of a hill. Like joe? And then he probably bought it when he was doing good but not doing phenomenal. Yeah. And he's now a lotta guys move. Yeah. Well, you know, what this acquitted of some guys step over and get the trophy wife. Others just pay for plastic surgery for the for their high school sweetheart and Seth if you just kept making money and kept getting boob jobs for your wife. Just kept going up. And it's a good thing. Seth this like. Amphitheatres and basketball courts and underground bars. But it's still the same house. He's literally just gone full Winchester mystery house. No. It means you've arrive. You mean, you just you don't wanna move you like where you're at? But you just keep go hard. Is that good though? The real power move is when you buy your neighbor's house and demolish it and build something useless like a barn. I'm about to. That's a good move. Right. You've ever the when you came up my driveway that house to the left. Yes, she's selling it. You're going to buy. Joe I'm going to own a hill. Okay. That's what I'm saying. And now get to my gate to the bottom. Saying that you're right in the middle of what I'm telling you to do. By the way, I was talking about you on another podcast about how how stupid people are whether when they build like fences put its level. And it's like, no it's not because it's crooked. When I look at it. Now, do the whole Adam Corolla they and they were like, yeah Adams, right? Why do people do that? Because I have this whole fence. It's crooked. You saw it's like angle, and they're like, no, it's level. Yeah. It's level. If you're standing sideways along with the hill, but I love it looks like shit. Yeah. So level for your name is Dutch. Thank you. But I mean, I hope I'm doing the right thing. I listen to let me let me let me give let me give you the three cats. I know well who have blazed the trail in buying neighbors houses and putting up. Silly silly dwellings dwellings, but built built credible stuff next year, but unnecessary and credit stuff. Seth MacFarlane, Jimmy Kimmel and Eric Stonestreet. They all their neighbors all bought their neighbors house, demolished it and built a barn or an arcade or amphitheater or golf course, or whatever it is jobs went to longer drive all worked out incredibly well for Bill boxes that is a good move, though that that, you know, you've arrived when the neighbor puts their house up for sale, and you go, oh, I may just buy that house to that's a good sign. Even even if you nev-. Ever do it just toying with the idea of like. And then someone goes what your so your house move thirty feet. No saying here buying good mood. That's also an asshole booth. I don't know to empty all the time. 'cause I don't want anyone there. So you're gonna buy your neighbors. Yeah. Yeah. She's a sweetheart. She really is she's old. She's moving. She's just old still tries eighty nine. She came my show at the ice house with some nuns, the true story true story. And I thought she was lying if you. Yeah. I left because you know, you're busy talking. I'm like, oh, yeah. Your shit. You weren't there. She was really there. She did all my jokes. And there's loved it. It's leap great houses intimate. So you definitely see her up on stage. No. You didn't see her? Yeah. I guess the habit. Didn't see it. Well. Thrown you off Joe's like, you know, you're eating pussies Mitch. In the name of Jesus mother superior. She's so sweet you should put her on this show. Okay. Her. Would love her. Take new taken Uber. So she's on time. I don't want to carpool for sure. All right to these name. I love you. All right. Let's say the house she's going to sell you her. Yeah. She and she moved put it like in the we're moving to she goes as long as I'm here, you can buy. Yes. She's so sweet. All right. Let me tell you take care of business. First of all, I I you have Tennessee to have the smile under phase. And all that. Gone back in the studio. We're going to couple going back. You're not late. John Troy, that's what happened. No, the aforementioned Seth MacFarlane is alive because he was late for his flight leaving out a Logan, which hit the first or second tower. Oh, he was on that flight. I think people do a lot. There's a version where you know, they had a. I mean, obviously, the massacre the tragedy of borderline, and I played borderline a bunch of bunch of times. I go like oh my God. But I don't say I was supposed to be there that night and didn't show up or got a flat tire. And I would have I think people try to sort of weave them into like, I was this close. The whatever this set MC farm is on the way to Logan in a car. Yelling at his driver to hurry. Ran through the airport like OJ and got locked out of the flight. Wow. And then when he was like a bar and sat there and watched the plane he was supposed to be on flying to the tower at a bar at Logan because he overslept, right? I it's on one of my very earliest podcasts, and you guys can get our pockets one or whatever. But it was a combo of him not being a morning guy. And. Guys, should do a lot of animation and a lot of voices. Don't tend to be morning. I've learned even the product oftentimes airs in the morning, they're not morning guys. And is the product of him being late. And I think is assistant screwed him a little bit on time as well. We can try to find ill. I've talked about it with him in detail before he'll freely talk about he's not religious or suspicious or anything. He'll just talk about it. Like you're talking about somebody else. But it was him. And if you think about it it was right at the beginning of his career. We wouldn't we wouldn't know this. I mean, it makes you kinda wonder about all the other people you didn't know about as crazy was at the beginning that and that's right. When family guy was being wasn't even out yet. Alfred a year and a half two. It was out. Shelby. Remember they said today, and then it made to come back. Made its comeback. Why that's crazy. And. Yeah, combination of drinking the night before an overslept and travel agent screwed him a perfect storm of whatever supposed to be like on a nine. He thought it was a nine forty five at nine fifteen flight or something something like that. Somebody's shaved half an hour, and he was running late. So there you go. All right, crazy. Right. So you're an artist. I don't play blinds. Galore dot com. There. You went oversleep. Get blinds. Galore black then room out. Huge. Black Friday sales starts November. Twentieth. Up to fifty percent off everything one of their biggest sales of the year order samples now and be ready in time for the big sale, you deserve high quality custom built blinds, and shades and succinctly what you're gonna get nothing made until you order it. We have at our house. We have it at the shop. We have it. In edit bays everyone's office. It's all blinds. Galore pints dot com. Does one thing they do better in anybody else? 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We did twenty years ago why why all the shooting now or forty years ago, and then somebody will bring up I'll bring up religion. What happened a religion and family and community, then I'll get yelled at on the internet, and then someone else will bring up pharmaceutical drugs, and I'll go. Yeah. But how than someone will bring up mental illness? And so yeah, but mental mentally ill people aren't aren't bad or evil. They they know right and wrong, and we had mental illness when twenty five years ago when we had guns, and it's go, it's the video games, the video games, or whatever I'm sort of more like. That's probably everything, you know. I don't I don't know you'd be stupid of blame it on video games. But it'd be stupid just a plain, but on pharmaceuticals and be stoop, and and or to not blame it on guns. So the veil ability guns or or family, so there's sort of destruction of family or communities and religion. The stew with many ingredients stew that it's dumb to argue try to argue way one point because ham a gun guy or ham, an anti there's so many atheists out there, even bring up religion, everyone goes bananas on you. It's like oh. So what I okay. But here's one thing that I've always said, and I'm going to it's a factor that nobody ever brings up, but I'm I've always brought it up as it pertains to to anything and the sports Vert. My argument is as human beings. I don't think it's right to say copycat killings. It's just a once something is then is once Tony hawk as eight seventy on on a on escape or then every thirteen year old can do it two months later. Just it now is it is and so people go, well, how do you solve that? Now. I don't know how you solve that. If you want to know what we had guns. We had mental instability. We had video games we had everything. But what we didn't have as it is in it now is and I was talking to a friend of mine. Actually, friend of my wife's took her out for dinner. And this was the birthday talker. No talking about some and she was saying so some family, and she was saying, yeah. The the boy is transitioning he's he's he's becoming a woman. Yeah. Okay. Sure. But if you think about, and then there's other people, you know, like this other woman over here. She's got a daughter becoming a man and the man is coming daughter, transitioning or whatever transitioning anything how insane that conversation of been twenty five years ago? But keep you like why? Wait a minute. Wait a minute. We've got the sun is becoming a woman. What was that? You'd be totally confused. Couldn't even do it. Didn't know it existed totally off the table now to the question. Now, I'm not acquainting mass shootings with the transgender. But I'm saying as human beings. That's the way. We're wired stuff that didn't exist wasn't possible. And just like who knows now I think we all probably know somebody. I think I know. Now, not not necessarily family members. But like, I know of and aware of like other parents and stuff. Yeah. I got a kid, and he's transitioning or she's transitioning it is sort of ubiquitous when it went from never happening to. Oh, yeah. I know this guy in the Johnsons because they gotta transitioning as human beings. That's where we're at. That's the way we work. And I think the number one explanation is that is that it is now on because how do you explain it in either round? You know what I mean? How do you? How do you explain that? It went from never discuss never on the news and never ever do like. Oh, yeah. This is almost commonplace. Again, human sexuality, human wiring availability of guns. Mental illness. Whatever it's always been around. It's been it's always been. But now it is. And I think it's not a sexy argument because it is there's nothing to do. You can't go. All right. Well, we got a crackdown on develop flashpoint video games. You know that it is. But it is also scarier than any proposition because it'd be nice to go. Well, we'll just get some legislation going here and fixes that we cannot fix it is it's like for with knocking. Glad wells tipping point. It's like all these exams everything hush puppies shoes. For example, how they got. So popular all of a sudden make air quotes like your point. They always existed. There was some point which it went from this thing on the fringe that wouldn't really know about to this thing everywhere exist and something you can do research on it. But like something tips to the bone where? Oh, now, it's now it's there now it's here now, it's everywhere. Right. So would we're talking about the ingredients in this Stu do we? I mean, obviously. We accept if it is. It is do we have no choice, but to go after all of these Stu ingredients because we don't have any other options. I I do I do think you go after all the ingredients you have to. I think there's an element of not everything in the stew is causing the just because it's in the kettle. Then that's that's where the argument begins food analogy is helping hungry. Yeah. Go ahead. I was talking about this earlier on my pod. I sometimes the Koi pond Casavant cat. What I was talking about is verse twenty minutes is always engineer covering joy. He's locked himself. For those lawyers really affected gel from JFK. Look, I was talking about how things like that. Like what you said. I it just is right. He's mass shootings, whatever. But sometimes. We live in a time where that's happening now. But it also creates something good later on like sometimes this creates that. That sounds stupid. But like something like this these start happening for us to start creating something else because we just live in the same pocket of life that we always have would you stay there. We never advanced since. I know this is bad. It's bad example, like mass shootings, whatever. But for some reason that's going to create something else. And that's going to move forward. Right. I hope I I was I was yes. Nine eleven created the TSA and now. Jesus. All right. And have a point. We did he. Cross any did that make any sense or? No, it would be nice. But we don't know what that is yet. Well, like what I'm saying is with Atta what he says is that it's just is. There's no way we can point finger, and I agree with you one hundred percent there's enough. That's just held life is now and now we have to live with this. Right. But now that a tapping that's what something else happens in either moves us forward or. Well, I think I held for him. What you're saying sort of? I think I think is World War Two is a horrible tragedy. But out of World War Two comes a jet engine. You just flew back yet. Yet things sometimes are created out of tragedy and their innovations. A war speeds everything up innovates, it's like trying to in your quest to try to get to the moon or beat the Germans or beat the Soviets or whatever lots of horrible stuff happened. And then we get eland know. So that sort of thing that sort of thing, okay? The Germans made a jet engine because they're trying to kill more Americans. And and and more specifically probably trying to more Americans and more British. So they wanted a faster plane now think much we all benefit from a jet engine. Thanks German ex German. This Veterans Day. Well, I don't think eventually it's not like well Jamaica would have invented it. Twenty minutes later, if we didn't have World War Two, you know, I don't think so it takes somebody going. We got a stupa and they got a Spitfire. And these guys just put a super charger on the p fifty one Mustangs, and these guys are eating our lunch. Now, if we could go an extra one hundred miles an hour faster than them that we could eat their lunch and somebody in Germany came up with a with a jet engine trying to say everyone, thanks Nazis. That's I think what piece we wouldn't have Porsche. See I don't think that's going to be their new tagline. All right. Let's take a quick break. I wanna come back. I look maybe I'm just being selfish here. But I the greeter from PF changs. Jeez. I love it so much. I love it. I just love it so racing. I love I know. All right. That you have that much quick break. Come right back to greeter PF Chang. The holidays are fast approaching you know, what that means. It's time to eat drink and fight with your family. For a limited time only offering custom built crates built on the hands of Adam Karol himself with maybe a little help from the latkes handle and the twins head to Corolla Christmas, crate dot com now the free order the perfect present for the holiday. 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We're looking like fourth and long very long, but he did hear how DIKO could save money on car insurance. So he switched and saved. Then he did kind of a touchdown dense. At least he was still good that. It's time to check Adams voicemail. I'm rereading not Taco Bell material for the second time. And I and I'm getting stuck on the fought. Future missionary. I thought I knew I mean break. You know, what it actually does? Pretty good. You can leave us a message at eight eight eight six three four one seven four four. Thank y'all. I talked to Lynch over the weekend. He's like we do follow on ten years after that book was like, oh, yeah. That makes sense. It's been almost ten years since at books out. We were all off our timing. Jo Koy in studio. On gas. Wenham apple podcasts as well. Netflix specialist super funny from Seattle show Koi from Seattle live from Seattle to get ready to shoot my next one. I love that. Where where you're gonna shoot it Hawaii. Oh. Delrina we sold out four arenas love it. 'course dead arenas, shells, medium sized pickup trucks, everything for Hawaii. And you know, the other thing I've traveled through multiple times. I know your beloved people get excited when they see the yell man show the line they wanna picture. It's all good when Joe post Instagram stories of people losing their minds at like little drive up windows, or wherever the hell you are little restaurants in the middle of the night. They are they are crying. They're seeing a beetle. Yes, they. Listen, I wanna be I'm so excited for Joe coy and immense success. I wanna be coming on the show. It wasn't a household name. Now. Now, he is. Thank you. Now, I'm healthier cousin show Koya bet. Oh, so we all benefit from that foot. Kooning you. Yeah. Damn a big fan. And it's a great. Thank you. Thank you. Joe I'll say thank you to say to me, I'll say to him. I just wanna get into the PF changs got my family coming in here. We love corner booth. Racing into me recently. Yes, thank you to me. Joe? Well, I she almost every week on this thing when a hand supposed to be show Wednesday. Yeah. Hey, no, Joe. Okay. Well, it's going to help me get a booth. Can't you just say? Joke. Thank you. And thank you an advance for getting us a corner booth because I know PF changs and Burbank could get pretty crowded Haiti. Haiti Friday night, but Mike again, we do not to have. Full you. I just well have a nice, but by bedroom if it's by the back room private room. Don't bet the room. Like Christmas party. The day, you know, in backward at a Christmas party, you do people to pool and Pat the bat no path foot three thought you said the back room a private room knowing what aridity. Aridity not that you on the back by the bedroom. Can I just say something? My saturdays. Shit. Hold on. Joe, right? Oh, good. He's a comedian. So good. Yeah. Guests who ISIS an excellent comedian who Adam Corolla my chef Joe? Selling out the comedy store when I got hold on. I kind of put all. Say look he has tally for sure I can't tell the jokes for pinky. Then you have idiom whole, buddy. Okay. I know that you talking 'cause I joke Joseph very gracious, man. Never say, let's just want to step if they have a. The breaking up the man show anchor ten kinko's. My name is Adam Corolla Corolla. Well, it's real different. But okay, okay. Yes. Okay. What a few. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Mccaw Rura with. Yeah. Of course. Rebounding. Mandrake back and read body. Yeah. Tell them. I was Jimmy Kimmel's partner, although say you're sits birthday today, by the way. What? No. Today. Say no about it know who the fuck. Can I say this father potato? Sunny corolla. S ni. Sunny in the talian Talia lead at the hands USA cancel travel on. Launch. A really hungry. Can we sit down? Yes. We have a nice about the room right here. Could side behind me. To the man anyone new keys. Nice stable by that glass Tiga. Now. Let me say joke choice selling out all of HANA Lulu many other neighboring islands now. But when I met him. Oh, what happen you'll no no, no, no show got to. No not. But he doesn't own any money, but he owes me debt of gratitude. Gratitude Portland Hippocratic. Shit. Air. Airs fuck you. Fuck. It's the fuck out of my restaurant. Okay. About your restaurant tonight. You get between fourteen and seventeen dollars an hour people, and I respect for and you disrespect me that. All right. I never the Chirad Ishani. It's enough of this. Now, listen to me, all right, which you want to cover tunes. Yes. Right here. Right. Okay. Fuck you at democratic. Now, I'm not going to stand here and take this and not only in front of my children of an ever-growing mob of people. We're waiting to get in here behind what ticket. I get family that I never met before that the table for five. Oh, we'll put him on the bathroom right by glass. Benefit. Oh, the coveted glass elephants. Okay. All right back to you. Now, look I tell you was friends with Jimmy Kimmel I love to chemo very well. You talk to Jimmy Kimmel he'll say, you know, the funniest guy knows Adam Karol. Would you? To believe you sound like a very funny if he would answer, my he would tell you right now. He would he would why don't you call you? Well, he he doesn't. If he would phone 'cause know about Adam I don't even want to play the celebrity card on even liked it. We're going down this road. No, I'm a customer. I am a paying customer. I love PF changs even printed out the menu got Chang's lettuce wraps here. My daughter loves so good item on menu Keats. Keats lettuce repa- for Keith specially Keats. Okay. Come with that toys, and okay, good. That's a total. We don't wanna eat that in the bathroom. Yeah. That's the only way you're going to. Your shitty person. So we put you a shitty place. Do you understand that your cousin Joe so good, and I'm gonna do for me? He left the heat to you know. Well, what I do for him. He'd do for what I did were. Hey till for lack of grass. You don't you point your finger at me, you don't like finger. Thank you. Okay. My kids right here. It's to cover your absorbed. Your evil words, you're still covered. Good faca. You talk to your cousin Joe Koy, and he will tell you firsthand that I'm a hero. He thinks he says he's look what did he say what he said to know about it at corona never threat got nothing. And now how dumb if people to play a panel. It's on your we out there in the parking lot. Oh, that's a show. Lesson. I don't for living. Jimmy Kimmel I told you all. If you could get if Joe Koi if you've been reached Joe Koi, he wasn't yet. Shortly surrounds polcy right now, if he was reachable, then we could talk to him, and he would say let Adam Corolla PF Chang to put him in a booth with his family. I doubt that. He's a job at us. No joke. No joke. No, he loved we love. We went to special together. Right. I just talked to toe. Okay. He said for you guys to step colleague him on cool. He does not like that. Bad the person. Anyway, you try to express just like PF changs only Chipper and have a booth for you. Right next to. Made out of fiberglass, but a fait would table. Kissed hit. That's coming. Just a single person. I'm gonna put him in booth for eight we just putting one person alone listened to have fun. Yes. Well, we'll send you to it. Okay. Person. I never met before guys wearing make America great again hat, and you take one red neck, and you put them in the loan. But he. His respectful, not luckier can be all right kids. Get into the car the tally. Take the piano tuner bang off his twenty anymore. It's not funny anymore. Just go out to the car. I'm going to grab a handful of these are confidential five ten for you. They put them out in a bowl only for you five. Kids are starving. Let me grab a handful of Mansa. So they have some the suck on drive to panic spreads shops. Then absence. Please do me favor. Atom? Becky again. NC? Thank you very much. I like it. That was fun. I miss it. I'll that man tearing up Sean poppers here now here some look around and he'd never well. He gets tired of it. I never get tired of it at a handful a handful of things in my life. I looked this up today. It's twentieth on the. In its slot of rated blues traveler songs, I got it. Number one. We stop three but twenty to get in their work does ranking. But I said the John. I love this. So. He said, yeah, we never play it. You should play. Then he said, all right. And they started playing it. And they're said. Another thing. I said was got there the piano so goodness on and he's like yet guys one of the best session guys in the business. And I was like oh glad I heard that off. He's off. Now, I always bring this up. I read the lyrics to I was listening to home today. Powerful. But this is a great example of of a song hate those literature so good, but. I've always said that. John Popper is such virtuoso on the her Monica that his voice gets left behind a little bit. Here's a great vocalist. And if you listen to the song, you'll get it. He also plays the Qatar solo this song. Well, tell me just gonna clutter his Muffin comes in here. But listen to the power the man's voice. So he's playing the twelve string and this and this Qatar I in the credited for twelve string, Tyrone if he's playing the solo. But if he's playing this soul. This is why hate the untalented hats of the world the clutter everything up. We don't. Now. There's a part in the song. Where just DA so dean, and it's like. Visceral. It's just so powerful. I don't know why the piano mex- petty live piano songs much as I do. Yeah. We we've talked about this. I love I love love. Love piano, piano could be in any John reviews. Yeah. Good crushes every time. I love it. And look the way he ratchets up the energy or. Harry. You see Adam driving fast in a desert just trying to get flooding tier one window fucking late. Turn it out. All right. This is why hate Lou Reed walking Lou Reed. Couldn't do one percent of this fucking song. Sit around this cops glasses smoking. Imposing little read could never do one tenth of any of this song ever. By the way. I don't like Bruce Springsteen song as much as I like this song. You guys read the lyrics song, you'll love it even more. You know, the the verses reminding I hope this is taking the compliment that is has a very Elvis Costello feel to it at at the beginning. Which I really like, I just I agree. I like lyrics. I little on another level for note. I wanna cry. But yeah, there's those little runs. He does on certain words, and you're just like God. That's so signatures so him like, you can close your eyes. You know, exactly who it is gonna no one's things the way he's going to build a hug him in a minute cook out there. 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We went to this talion restaurant, and it was so like they had the thing called the Frank Sinatra room, right? When you're back against the wall was a brick wall. And you look right at the front door. You know what I mean? No, he get you at an off to the left was an emergency door in case. Anything goes down you go out there. It was so cool. But then I started noticing that every song was that that that Frankie Valli of Frank Sinatra that that big band stuff in my head. I'm like every turn the song came on. All I can imagine is someone getting knocked out. So getting killed getting wacked demand. What kind of slow song fast song, whatever? And. Hey, yeah, Vinnie. Yeah. You're kidding. I just want to say good job this weekend. From the boss. Hey, thumb flying to the moon. The quick question for you. Where's the bake? The bay the back. No bag, the boss said, he gave you bad which the bake now bag you look sitting he disrespecting my vitamin disrespect eating my meat boats that my mom made on that. You don't have the fucking bag. I know there's a fucking bag. Where's the fucking Bank? Where's the fucking flying on a small? Setback. Fuck you. Shit. Shut up. Klay, keep playing music can I refresh your shorts? Be more calm. Get this fucking Hannity. Fuck. I wanted to open a talion mostly parmesan. Here's the patch. The spaghetti's, you know, mid level the meatballs, you know, on ravioli, it's all to sort of middle of the road. It's basically olive garden Jason, but we have so much. We have that guy grinding crate shine. He'll never even know what the fuck and posits like vote a talion restaurants. Would you like some parmesan guy alone? Barest you cut him off seem you seem like gluttonous fucking pay. You go say win, and you like saying there I want him to grind I want him to grant to fucking arthritis in lactic acid builds farm. You can't move any more slowdown. I didn't say we call back in from the bullpen and grind. Lasorda comes out with a win jocks outs half the guy had this guy comes running in from the bullpen. Give the fucking mountain killing pushing a ceiling tile out of the way. That's what I want to embarrass to do that move like grinding. And sometimes say shame you go say when you're. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. We do it. And here's the other big part called mostly parmesan contest place. I invest in this. It's. Jarno all the pasta just from the frozen sack jam. It's all the stuff. We just go to the outputs get all stuff. Yeah. But not only, but we get right parmesan. We have the gyn the ringer with guys guys turn thing. And then at the midway point the guy circles back, you know, when you're. You're now you're down with the virgin he comes back. That's good. Mostly parmesan wanted vast. Joe Coa how to that? The food is in York. What do you want? So we can start on freezing. Hey, guys have. Mostly parmesan. We have French is sour note toast. It's like pizza, but it's on soured on role. Sounds good spirits. Spitz? Listen, this is what I want. I really do. Anything comes can I want anything in the frozen? My friend of mine pizza back away. I want the ball to go down a road coast. That's what I want roller coaster lasagna. But I want John we've got our wanna pay frozen except for the John the guy who. Fucking love it. Already. There sprang the parmesan. I'd have put it might drink. Get a shot how they ain't gonna hurt the desert hidden sticking roses, garlic and everything that's left head mostly farm. It's real good. It's all the frozen food. You know, mid level stuff with tons of John. I swear to God, you should buy that domain name or something. I'm not even joking. Some of that open that play that sound so fucking delicious Kim, mostly parmesan. Who would not go to that? You know, the one I like is they have to scrape it with the napkin. And he's got to scrape it. It's like like getting each slice each slice dollar fucking parmesan. You get your money back. Yeah. Go to hit your fucking, knuckles binding. Scrape it together in the cheese vol- result. Oh, if the cheese bowl. On the table. We'll have a cave in the bath. We'll be the only restaurant with just all we'll have is a microwave and the cheesecake have no other cooking rice Rony Totino's shit. Yeah. Yeah. You'll hear the constant buzz of the can opener Michael background. Don't bring your dog insane can opener the whole. All right. Let me tell you about lifelock. And then we'll look on with our lives here. Lifelock on hands of identity. Thief, your social security number could lead to all kinds of problems be smart, memorize your do you guys all have yours memorize? Yes. Good. 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ACS (Part 1): Adam Ray, Lynette Carolla, and Eat Your Feelings

The Adam Carolla Show

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ACS (Part 1): Adam Ray, Lynette Carolla, and Eat Your Feelings

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Adam Ray Gina grad on news and a new your feelings recipe ball, Brian on soundtracks and Corolla joins us for Corolla drinks announcement. And now this weekend. He watched a punch of midgets whip horses. Not the Kentucky Derby just in this weird porn. Adam karol? Yeah. Get it on got to get it on shows. But again on mandated. Thanks for tuning in. Thanks for Sharon with a friend. That's what we love about you. Good day Gina grant. Brian. Oh, yeah. Phil good this show. Brought to you by men dot com. Blue apron dot com slash Adam. And casual titanium strong for maximum engine performance. Couple quick little. Punch list. They call the construction world you're all done with the project, and then one last punchless if things you gotta get to something that I should've let you, you know, weird thing from hell's kitchen, and you feel like this stuff happens to me much more than others or maybe other people don't notice it. I don't know. But you guys tell me how this works. We are sitting in the green room, and there's a lot of mystery about what we're doing. And how we're doing it when we're starting and things of that nature. First things first we get picked up from the airport from the PA or the person the production person who's driving the Denali and takes us to the hotel. And then I say what time did they start and they go oh five wanna start at five thirty. And then they go we'll pick you up at four down the street. And I always go early. We're just gonna be waiting around. And I could use a nap I got a long day today. And then they go actually they picked us up from radio row sorry and took us to the hotel. And then I say, I'm always I always know what they do they build a ton of padding. And then you do what we ended up doing anyway, which is you just sit around for like an hour and a half to sit in a room for an hour and a half. And I hate that. And my thing is never make anyone weight, but just give me the time. And so I said, listen, I don't take any time in Herrin makeup. Sometimes people add Forty-five minutes or an hour. Aaron there's makeup for me. The hairs do it with some gel myself and the makeup is takes a lady five minutes, and that's it. So I was like so the person driving us. Like, I I take no time in hair and makeup. I take no time and she's like, okay. And then she dropped off at the hotel. And she goes all pick you up at four, and I was like four fifteen like I said, I don't take any time in Herrin makeup. And she's like, okay. Four fifteen. So we went to me and my matter down at the thing, she drove us to the location, which is just up the street. She dropped us off. We went in and we sat down in the green room. And I said, so where's hair and makeup? Our producer said, oh, we don't have hair and makeup. And I was like literally take no time. I guess that is time. It would have been nice. If the person in the knowledge that we don't have hair makeup because I have a thing gel in my I have total hat Pugh head at this point. But it give me a little gel will be fine. It's back in my room. But you could've said we don't have it. And then. This funny thing whereas like, you don't have hair and makeup, and she's like, well we have make up, but that's for. Yeah. And but and that's we don't have any for you. And I was like, no, okay. Do you have any hair gel? And like he does Gordon Ramsay does his own hair. Gotta get it back and said gonna bouncing it move. You gotta make a point like middle-age broads make a point with the jingle and their bracelet. The he does it with his hair. His hair is like a fucking low riders cars blue. Boom. Boom, boom. So I'm I go. Oh, okay. Is there? Okay. This is there any gel like the makeup person have gel, and then they do my favorite move, which is you know, someone within here yesterday, and they asked for the same thing. It's like any gel, then just put it here. Our or please make the proclamation to Matt like, no hair. Nobody showed up made up a ready to go or whatever it is. So finally, the makeup lady came they said, well, she could come over and put a little powder on your something. I said, yeah. Okay. Ever do that. And then she came over. And then I should you have any hair Jones everyone asks for hair, I to have some then I might have some palm aid or whatever. And then she went founder palm Aden. She gave it to me. And I was like I'll just go in the bathroom and do this up. And it was a funny thing where I walked out of the bathroom this. What makes me dick are saying that producer? She's like. Like about to make a plate, isn't she? Great. And she great. I was like, I don't know. I would not I don't know. If you had eight, and then I went into the bathroom and put on my head. But she's great, right? Maybe maybe. Sharing a conversation. Yeah. Pointed a restaurant, I've never been in ask how the food is. I'll give you the same answer. I'm dick 'cause I should have just went. She's fantastic. None better. But we don't know because she didn't. Hey and stuff. But anyway, so then we went in the back. And now, here's the riddle part, the waitress, I guess, she was a waitress max patter. Everyone's on camera, but their actual waiters and waitresses serving rive woman who was an actual. I don't know if she was at waitress or waiter wage anyway, she comes back. She got the menu. And she said look you need to pick in advance. What you're what you're going to do what you're gonna get because we're going to have it ready for years. And I said, okay. And then again appetizer and get entree. I said, okay. And she went get the carbonara get the get the pasta, carbonara, whatever. Everything's carbon are. Dr. Now spelled different. All right, carbonara, get the Carbonare, and it was like a linguini carbonates an appetizer. I should do. Okay. Sounds good. Sounds good. I love that. She said, oh, yeah. You gotta get that. I said I'll get that. And then Mike August was like I wanna get that too. And I'm like, yeah. But get get the crab cake. So I can try them. And then you can try mine, and we can judge the food like, okay. And then she said, you know, you gotta get the halibut to and told Mike how but I got steak, and those are the two things she's like you have to get the carbonara. These I went down, and I stuck with carbonaro get moving down and. Sure enough, the carbonara Nara NAR showed up, and I I. I start shirt eating it. And I was like. It's super salty like it's really salt. It's got the ham in there that makes it salty. But it was still was way too salty. And then I said, I don't know go nuts. And I slid it over to Mike and Mike took a by and Mike's even with food. I mean, he he's the stone. Pelican he'll devouring the last Randall salting he was like, oh, it's super cell. Oh, it's really salty. It's send it back. And I was like what? No that send it back. And I was like, oh, we're going to going to bus some char with these young this down to last four five or whatever it was. And we're gonna find out who made this send it back send it back. So he's on Senate back is it Salty's it super salty. It's not edible. And I was like. Okay. Send it back. Then what's send it back? When the producers I came out, the headsets, tell them to send it back to salt, tell nice it was through salt John back. So the waitress that comes by Gannett. She's like would you like to replace it with something and the steak tartare smoked steak tartare, and I should. Yeah. I want to replace it with the smoke steak. Tar tar wanna try that. And that carbon airman too salty. And she's like, yeah. Gordon makes things really salty. I just sent it. I thought that was one of the no Gordon. Oh, here's a lot of salt. Why? Was like why didn't want to send his that? It was. It was Gordon does that your words hair stable founding door Nixon really salty like. I was like. Okay. And then she goes. Then she goes. All are are all the waitstaff we discussed this. And everyone says that about the Carbonare. And I'm like. Okay. But with a why did the woman come to the thing is she in on this conversation? What is this part of an arc on in this young subplot? Will they were hoping that the celebrity sends it back creates drama. This is a well oiled machine. I don't know. What's going on? I just know a woman came to the back and said get this. And I was like, okay. Then when we went to the front, she was like, oh, yeah. That's what everyone says waitstaff talks about it must have been for camera because Gordon Ramsay is like a world renowned chefs like he knows what he's doing. He's doesn't make food intentionally to salty. Must've been I have no idea what's going on in any facet of life. A very good friend of mine hi-sci yesterday was was a producer the when you were there. And they were there for thirty days doing hell's kitchen. He got back yesterday morning. I'm going to send a quick text and see if we can get to the bottom of this. Oh, so now, here's the reason, by the way, I don't. Everything's everything all the time, which is sitting in the green room and our person. She's like everyone will go out there and get seated and when they're all seated you then get seated and we start serving the food. So you don't have to wait. And you don't have to stand in line. You just stand you stay in here. We'll get everyone seated then we'll bring you in last and you sit down and we start and Mike, and I like the sound of that airplane thing. Yeah. I don't know on early that twenty minutes later, she comes in. She goes. All right. It's time to go. And we get out we start walking. There's a huge line of people out in front who haven't been seated? I thought we were going in. And then she did my favorite move in life is when you pretend you never had the conversation, you go you guys are I wrote? Okay. What we have that conversation. So. I don't I'm not sure what's going on any more. I'm not sure it's not a regular dining experience. Sounds like everything was good. Everything was easy. Everything was whatever I just I have no idea. How we got that car? I will admit to sing ever seen health kitchen musher, the format of the show. So I'm not sure how it works. I did see many many many episodes of kitchen nightmares one. And it was Jimmy was. So the reason I stopped watching it as interesting as it was it was very ginned up. If all the formula where all of a sudden this failing restaurant has fifty people at it. And they're all sending things back. It's like they're clearly coached up to be like, hey, this is no good centreback. There's no getting locals who normally calm, right? So I didn't I don't know if there's some home cooking as but I do feel like maybe they were planting some evidence. I well like Mark Verma. Maybe we'll figure I top those drinks though. Thank god. Thank god. It's supposed to help. Chris wasted inserted. Mike, Mike, really got lit. Chris. You got. Wrong. But Mike got lab. Yeah. Show. Yeah. Because they had because you were waiting for the food it it actually takes a lot of time for free to get the food. It wasn't really paced like a regular restaurant was at least for us. But they did meaning him not the I was at a different table. I sat with like this white family and adopted son looked on camera. But anyway, greatest in. Going. Oh. Limited unlimited Guinness and wine. They just kept Lauren. The absolute weird combo. So. Now, shifting gears as doing a little walk. I was doing a little profiling yesterday. Always time for your profiling Bill and more. Yes. I had some profiling hectic schedule profiling. I was walking through my neighborhood. I was walking Philly cheese steak and a past the woman and the woman was walking a dog, and she was pushing a stroller, and I took note, I was like does not look like a new mom, the woman's age hairstyle sort of posture facial expression of like that was heard didn't didn't look like new mom. She's got their stroller and scattered dog. And I took note of it. And I remember thinking as I was walking past is that grandma grandma, grandma my grandma taking the kid out for some air. And that I stopped. And I went doesn't seem like doesn't feel like grandma to me that didn't feel like mom. It didn't feel like grandma, but it, but it was mom or grandma or white. Nanny weird. I had three options. I had. Distant third, whatever friend of the family or something in town, baba, blah. And I was like I just thought about it for the rest of my walk. It's not clear at something's bothering me. I don't know. What's bothering me? Just didn't didn't add up. It just didn't add up and it was about. And I went home and Matt good Matt or just Matt the Andrea came over and there's about a half hour, forty five minutes later, and I was like I want to show you some other house one thing about driveway. Bubba we got into my car back down the street. Start driving to the neighborhood. See the same woman. Pushing the stroller. This time the dogs in the stroller. And I was like. And I was like, okay, I can rest I can rest. She takes long walks with old dog the dog makes it to the halfway probably then the dog goes into the stroller. And she did look like the perfect candidate of a woman who would push a dog in a stroller. But I didn't have that on my list of options when I saw I just knew she must be stopped. This cannot go on. And there's something wrong here stroller didn't fit, but once you put the dog in the stroller, and it's perfectly snapped into focus is fine. Utterly and it's why you can never ask me not to Judd because I'm always staring at stuff going. What's wrong that doesn't make sense? Why why something's amiss middle-age woman with a dog and stroller? Could've been anyone's kid in that stroller or hers or whatever. But I kept kept pumping on my thing. I couldn't see in the stroller, obviously when I walked past her, but my feelings. What's up with the strolls? What's up? What's the straw? Why? Where's the kid? Come in kept bothering me. And then when the dog on the stroller, I was fine outside just clipped her on the way to this new house. She should be fine. She seemed to be moving. I saw in the river you anyway, I had to I drove pastor literally turned around. So I could get a straight on shot. Seem like they're getting their don't look don't look. Look, look, you're looking. Yes. I have also a funny little tidbit, which I like I like this kind of stuff wonderboy Peter works for me smart guy called in game job. He's working at the house with me sort of part time student, blah, blah, blah, verse Markelle very student, and he said to me when I saw him on Friday under boy wonder, boy, he said to me, very smart, then nays naturally smart. Takes a lot of that. Yeah. Takes a lot statistics classes and things and said to me has a has a brother with severe autism. Like, literally can't leave the house. He needs to be watched. I've seen them blah blah by. Yeah. All literally if he gets out of the house, he'll he'll get lost and run away and sit down on somebody's lap. You know? And he's like you gotta watch him. And he said he. Severely autistic. He eats old food stuff off the ground like stuff have been laying around too long. He doesn't get it. If something's dirty or spoil, their whatever it doesn't. It doesn't get it. Then he goes he never gets sick. He's a he's a person sort of added deficit, but he never gets. He never gets sick. And he says because he just eats jelly beans have been on the floor for six months. Yes. My club situation, unless your brother the whole time for other. I has racist down to get an almond off the ground. I a squirrel. I really do. I really do. Appreciate. I mean. I love a little story. Like that. Because it's like, oh, yeah. That's it's an interesting thing that that guy never gets sick. And he just eats dirt all all day long. All right one last one. I got. Bring Lynette in this year. She's here. Also, I got some of that. I think you're going to like that happened Saturday. Real quick. Yes. Well, we. Yeah. Yeah. So we me and the boyfriend and the kid were running around and okay, bye can answer going to fix the and. And we happen. Okay. We happened upon the circus happened upon a circus and a parking lot. Lean back and have a Cup of caused Sipa gothic. What do you think about that thoughts on never? I know what I also basing it on you frequently sneak away in turn the air on. And I don't know where you're going to my board years. I've never seen. I thought you could we could do this. All right. I went to the circus. Anyway, we could've is we won't live to tape. Live to tape turned on their voice of the circus. Neither of them ever been. It was just in the parking lot. We went it was fun. And it was an old tiny circus yet, the contortionist and the sword swallowing and all the stuff that I can't really watch. And I thought okay, this is subpar but pleasant, and then they wield in the greatest thing that makes it a real show that you could tell circus better. I think kaylin has video. This is the thing that, you know, really circus globe of death. Do if you've seen the what's the what's the something in the woods. Ryan gosling. Yeah. Amongst the pines or place beyond the pines. On the pines. Job in the movies. My favorite thing in the world. It was trae outer cage guys on dirt bike Zipp bird lit up the wheels. Mesmerizing? Yeah, they hypnotize ING this stuff goes back to like the teens or the twenties where they have a they'd have a barrel and the barrel has a big. So it's like a big barrel picture a wooden barrel like twenty feet around eighteen feet, and it's ten feet deep and above it is like a walkway, you know, so it's like the walkways down like three foot from the top of the barrel. So you could stand up there and the guys in the motorcycle start going in a circle at the bottom of the barrel. But the barrel doesn't come down sharp edge, it sort of lips up, and it going and going to circle and the going to circle before you know, it they're just spinning around. It is awesome. They turned it into a glow. But it just the barrel of death or whatever it is. Stank of carbon monoxide and it made us all high felt good. Yeah. Probably run in two stroke there. Anyway. I was wanted to share something about a couple things. One is I was driving. I got angry because I passed the Jack in the box Jack in the box. I look at much differently than in and out burger and some places like that look at the bottom of the barrel, and is personas drunk or hi kinda wonder like who's going into Jack's Dawson's going to raise his hand. Why just go in and out or go to Carl's junior, whatever. But anyway, Chick-fil-A whatever. But and I passed it, and it had the big e BT card, we accept electron ick balance transfer whatever, and I was like really, really. And then I thought all right try not to be angry Whitey. But then I thought wait a minute. I first off if my kids were going to Jack the box punched him, I would go knock it off. That's not good. That's not good. Also. I started thinking about it. Listen if that ain't your money. I ain't gonna fuck and Jack in the box. I want you buying meat, and I want you buying beings and rice and crowed UIs and eggs and like making it at home. I want you to make it for your family. I don't want you to make you also I started thinking, wait a minute person who has no money yet likes the Nash out a Jack in the box. How's your health insurance? Do it is paying for your diabetes, and all the things that are related to your morbid, obesity, or whatever it is. You're doing by eating at this place and not buying a and bring them home in eating at home and some vegetables who's paying for that part of this. And then state just for that subject alone. Just for the subject of healthcare. What is this going to cost us down the road? These are poor people who presumably have no health care if they're on the dole for food. They're going to be on the dole for healthcare. Do we really wanna push them toward Jack in the box, hypertension? Would that be considered cruel? And here's the deal. I don't let my doggy Jack in the box is that maybe make me cruel or do. I care about the dogs health. That's probably more than the other. It doesn't make sense. It doesn't right now. So one would call you a bad person if you said, no because they'd go why you shaming? Yeah. But the answer is for once you allowing they shamed. Themselves by asking for free food. I'm simply going to set some standards. I mean, look you can't use your e BT car to buy cigarettes and liquor, right? Why isn't this just an extension of that? It's like that's bad for you. Okay. So now okay now. Well, guess what's bad for you? Jack in the box. Fucking dumb. There's a cost on the other end healthcare obesity. I'll sorts of things found this guy at the airport. He might agree with you. Oh forgot to post it. He's a guy can either view. Let's say view the pissed the taxpayer. I love that. Also, speaking of that. So speaking of faux outrage. Chase bank. Does this thing where they do? Like a Monday morning tweet. It's like here's your Monday morning tweet. Well, it's Monday motivation, Monday motivation. Here's chase Bank saying, hey, customers, here's some Monday morning motivation. And then they sent out a tweet, and then they took it down and apologize for it. But I'll max, Pat, a you could are tell you what? Yes, you read the tweet police Gina it says it's between you and the Bank you're talking to your Bank accounts. Good. Yeah. It's good. It's you why is my balance solo Bank account make coffee at home Bank account ate the food. That's already in the fridge Bank account. You don't need a cab. It's only three blocks you, I guess we'll never know Bank account seriously. Okay. So it's a little bit clever, and it's a little bit funny. And it's really chase Bank saying, hey, manned. True. Don't spend five bucks on a Cup of coffee. Make it at home, especially if your Bank account, slow or. Don't go out to eat. What's already in the fridge, probably healthier and take a walk? Get some exercise. Don't call a cap. Save the money. Okay. Seems innocuous. But actually, there's a response from Elizabeth Warren. It says chase on though, why aren't customer saving money taxpayers. We lost our jobs homes savings, but gave you a twenty five billion dollar bailout workers employers, don't pay living wages economists rising costs plus stagnant wages equals zero savings. Chase guess we'll never know everyone. Seriously. This is why no one can ever vote for this which fuck works person in the world. This worst message ever they're trying to fuck and to encourage people people didn't like it because they were poor shaming. There was another one. Max patta. Sorry, put you on the spot. There's another one which was a Representative from Orange County who initially sought didn't like it didn't like the poor shaming part of it. I'll give you second look for that. But then what a chase do in response. Elizabeth Warren tweeted FU. Yeah. We own you. Yes. Your colleague. It says chase our Monday motivation is to get better at Monday motivation tweets, thanks for the feedback Twitter world, or you're going in the cornfield, you're going, oh, you've done a real good thing. Tommy, a real good thing. We don't want to go in the court field. We don't end up with a cornfield staff apologizing everybody. These people are fucking nuts, and you're helping them your powering them, she just h you she's like one of those fucking monsters that eats electric city and get stronger except for sheets bullshit and get stronger, and you just gave her big fuck and steam in the load of bullshit, and she ate it and she got stronger because you'll polish over something. You're a Bank. You're supposed to be giving people advice and telling them to save and this dangerous message she sent poor shaming. She's saying walk get some exercise. How about the environment now about not taking a cap? How about the food? How about not throwing away the food? How about making this all could? Impact environment pack, your bottom line, rich or poor. You should be doing what she suggested or what the Bank. I should say suggested what she said about the, you know, the the banks you people lost their homes, and their whatever the jobs in the bags got twenty five billion dollar pay pay out. That's true. There's nothing to do with that tweet. That's a bit of an insect grandstanding. Of course, she's horrible. God. I hate her. I do because she's smart and she's lying. It's basically what she's. Difference. No, no, the difference. There was I was initial tweet. Max patta from an Orange County female who initially got it going, but I cannot recall Mabel defined it lighter. Right L tell you guys. Speaking of Gordon Ramsay, how about a little blue apron. Switch up the cooking routine and spring into delicious choose from a variety recipes, including vegetarian meals and the new WW free style menu. I love blue apron. God, it's my. My my greatest thrill in life as where open the blue apron box and Olga gets the three menus out glossy. She fans amount front of her face. Your greatest thrill. Yes. And she then fans are self with it. I grabbed the middle one simply grab the pasta, and she goes fresh and she hits me. Like Bugs Bunny, what carbon carbonara she fans about the night before she when she leaves. And then the next day before I go to work examined them all closely the side, what kind of mood. I'm holding up the light up to the light. And put the one I want on top. And I leave it there. And I know when I come home from work. That's what's gonna be way. Just give. Oh, this is the best is blue apron. You can start making delicious. Brag where the meals at home without the hassle and you can check out this week's menu and get sixty bucks off at blue apron dot com slash Adam. That's blue apron dot com slash apron. Blue apron better way to cook, speaking cooking, Gina has each your feelings when that's gonna come in here and. Feelings especially tied in with what limits coming for a really, oh, that's why we did it very excited. I was not aware of this. So on a very special feelings, we'll get into that. And max Padam able find that other tweet before the day is this it I I don't know. I mean, she's not the Orange County Representative, but she's a rubbish tweeting about and it kinda got some heat. Let's see. It sounds about right. What's this is represented, Katie part? But she's not from Orange County. See? All right. Go ahead. It says chase this isn't Monday motivation, unless this condescension reflects, Mr. diamonds view of his customers. That's the guy runs. Chase. I'd suggest an apology. We can call it tone deaf Tuesday. And if we condescending tell people to take a walk or say like Sam rich, and I tell people my house all time like make your own thing or log there, and why do you have to kind of Senate practical? Yes, she goes on to say if this tweet does reflect Mr. diamonds views and apology won't cut. It might be time to retire Thursday. This is the most this is something that grandparents have been telling the grandkids for the last thousand years to save your stuff. This is an insane person. Katie porter is she's fucking nuts. This is nuts. Daichi that these people are in charge of anything. I wouldn't put him in charge a fucking switch and affairs wail at kiddy land that making policy. This is the brain you want making policy now, I'm sure she's ally. I'm sure she's lying because I know she's told her kids the exact same thing a thousand times nothing genuine. No. But it's, but why don't you know, everyone knows your full of shit and why reporting? Representative Katie porter from where the forty fifth congressional district to California AK, Orange County. No, no one. No unknowable. This which is nuts, Orange County. Good luck could luck. But this batch. All right. Let's see we got each feelings, especially at your feelings. So then that's going to be in in a second. We'll do all that. Right after this. Twenty five dollars. You get one. Stuff or products? Ever seen you get the drink. Choose. It's hard to. Fan. We've back. Net Corolla in studio. Gina grads done the cook in that second. What are we just should we do monthly nut or should? We do eat your feelings. And then go into monthly lets you monthly nut. I all right Lynette. Explain what's going on here. The Corolla drinks family decided that we wanted to do a monthly subscription box that the fans would love, and it's something they don't have to think about but it's Adams monthly nut. So it will include a bottle of wine either man grrrrrreat or a thirty-three the cabernet the Chardonnay, and it'll include a bunch of things that was talked about or referenced or basically Adams favorite things from the month. So this month, you'll get a bottle of wine or may agree and you'll get a signed copy from atom of defending your life denies your finest work. I love that movie seven point three on I'm db, but look out hanging strong. Anyhow, great. You get a copy of that movie signed by Adam. And you get a thumb drive a collection of all of rich banks bracket madness. Oh my God. Citing right from your life. That's right. And you'll get a seasoning packet from our girl. Gina gina. Just how's that work personally made by gene how do? Making. How are we making him the the box? I can see the easily put together, but the seasoning packet. I am dialing in. Exactly the way I wanted. It's going to be sort of all purpose. And we found a really cool manufacturer. It's gonna make little teeny Mason jars and it's all going to be put together, you just it on anything you want. And it's going to be delicious. Well, Gina has been like a quick study on this. Because when she was coming in here, she was coming in here back in the day, like a pillowcase full of fun Jons. Yes. And then all of a sudden, she meant pork rind teach run. Oh, yeah. I don't mean to say, it was all fun. Yeah. What she meets Vinnie and she ham turn on a dime and been just by the way, I just want to say this everyone you get good at stuff fast. If you're into it like, yeah. You can you can be a sort of an expert at something like Gina made herself. And do it an expert like pretty pretty fast, and I really never cooked before I always sort of prided myself on not cooking. And I realize that was so dumb. I love cooking. I do that with reading pride myself on myself. MSL texting lead with it. Yeah. Get into rating or eight just now a moment. I'm sure but. As pertains to Adams thing where you can get good at things like Gina has cooking like when we started this bit. It was the stuff was heavy on some cheese cream, and it was good. But it's gotten you're on a real hostile four or five. Nothing's one. On china? Dial in a little I hit a really big plateau, and I've been bloated. And I haven't been feeling that good. But he goes, you might need to you might not be a person that can lose weight on dairy. Let's let's so I'm trying to really cut down on some dairy right now. So I add rightfully so bust, my balls all the time when I say, it's so easy. It's like shut up. It's not so easy so easy 'cause you're spending four hours on it. And you like doing it? But I really since this is mostly for the drinks people in anyone who might be sort of a beginner and want to dip their toe in cooking. This is I wanted to do something that you literally just cutting up meat cutting up vegetables mixing the seasoning and putting it in the oven. And that is your cooking. That is all the cooking. There is it's just sheet pan veggies and Braatz you can pick any vegetables you want you cut the broads. I picked Brussels sprouts cauliflower, broccoli, Pearl onion and mushroom and pepper. You can do radishes you can do carrots. You can do parsnips. You can do anything you want you cut it up. You toss it in the seasoning. You put it in the oven. And then for five. It's you put a little parmesan let it cook. And that's it. And this is fun. Because with you know, I know we have a lot of outdoorsy types here. Going camping easy to put over a grill easy to put over a campfire easy to pop in your oven. This when I really did want to be super easy. If you just want to try cooking for the first time. All right. So you literally just take like a protein like I've done kill boss. I better you take some some veggies, whatever you like chop them up. And then you put them in a bowl with your season. Yeah. I made a seizing that. I enjoy a lot and Susan people are gonna get. Yeah. It's going to be dialed in a little bit more because little harm. I put a lot of parmesan made a little salty. And we know how self regard. Salty. But but I wouldn't dial it in just a little bit more. But it's a really good all purpose seasoning. And you just just toss. It just throw it on the pan. And then go do your hair, and then you just spread it out on a cookie sheet. That's it do we put some shortening or some olive oil or anything on the shoot tablespoons of olive oil in the bowl while I'm tossing everything. That's that. Is it okay? To be as simple as possible and then spread that on cookie sheet. You put in the oven yet. What's the temp of the four hundred twenty five minutes after twenty five minutes? You just kinda want to give it a little stir mixing around both sides Brown, another twenty minutes or so sprinkle the cheese. Five minutes. It's done Sunday dinner. It is it's solid man. It's not pretty it's not elegant. But it's it's hardy it's healthy and sausages actually cook this time. Cookbook sausage. And you don't, you know, the thing about the pasta and the in the Brad and all that kind of stuff if you do it. Right. You don't really miss it. Like if you do all these vegetables like we used to back in the day. It was like steamed vegetables or you eat them, raw those kind of two choices. And so you're like the above. But this is a great way to consume vegetables. And with the meat in there. He just do not miss any of it. So the included in in the coral drinks packing. And it'll be a lot of fun. If you have any questions about it. Or you wanna show me your pictures? Police tweet him to be I love it. I put him on the website at grain, free comfort food dot com. That I only started because of the show and hope you that's great. You're going to be like Dexter from the offspring. Oh, good. Season murderer the bloods, better expert. Now, the so Dexter when you guys know the story, the Gringo Ben detail the hot sauce. Yeah. But it was weird because I was just thinking about our nanny Olga because certain point kids get to a certain age. You don't need a name. But you have such such a good person, and such a great worker that you want. I want to do. Well, we're not talking about Olga. Well, look, I don't care eventually the girls going to leave the house and. You have twins. I said one of them was leaving the house. They didn't say which one. So it always leaves an air of mystery. Like when you give the firing squad one guy bowling. Bowl. So. Looks at going anywhere for the next decade. I got him up this morning this morning today at long last night. Did I got text at three thirty five thirty. He was he was tossing and turning so techs you. They text mom are you up? Yeah. Yeah. I'm just sitting up waiting for your tax. It's less of a sign of the times more of a sign that you live in a big house. He doesn't want to get out of bed. It's too scary. Dark house to danger. Then then when I got hold of this morning at like ten thirty. And I said all right. You go to school. And he's like, yeah, I'm going to school, and I'm like all right walk to school. It's like back hurts. Twelve you have a bad back well from carrying this family people get fad back from doing things you've not done things. So I ended up driving him at school anyway. But on the bench on the basketball team, much, you're leaning. Yeah. He got clobbered a lot this weekend. He did two days in a row of tournaments in here. Yes. The kids in fort night kicked his ass. Close putting down that. Brian. You're the podcast coming up off a CBS. My co hosts Corolla he was explained to me at dinner three nights ago that had some big plans for the show. I hope so. Yeah, I'm doing jail. I'm doing twenty five percent of the work. This time. So. Yeah. As far as all goes, no what I'm saying. Like, eventually, the kids go off to somewhere, you know, rehab or something some other place over living being a nanny White House. You're being nanny you age out. Eventually the kids your clientele Lee, you know. And so what Dexter did is? He said to his nanny let's make hot sauce and the Gringo Bandido Bandido was born. I had no idea that was. Yeah. Genesis and Dexter is not only in the offspring, but he flies jet airplanes. And he makes hot sauce famously like one class away from like a PHD. Received that. A super smart dude, saying it's like if you're good at stuff, you can be good at being rock band. You can be good applying jet planes. What what's further spread out? You got piloting a jet aircraft. You have being in the offspring, and then you have making hot sauce. That's all of them triumvirate, constant is one smart guy who wants to. Apply himself. And that's what you get with decks. Or anyway, I don't know if it's nanny is now running that business. But that would be my goal for Olga. One to just she's such a good worker in a good person. You know, you don't find that that also show only house in the podcast. She does she got blessed her she sits in the kitchen and laughs out loud. When I show up laughing. Making this Gina. I guarantee good. All right. Adam Ray is showing up. I ran into his writing partner last night at the comedy store. Adam rates also going to be up with me at brea, he is here that is next Saturday Friday Saturday seventeenth eighteenth for doing that. Unprepared. I think he's going to open for me. And then I'm going to do some stand up, and then he's gonna come back up and he's gonna pull them ball. Got a got a Mike August one boy. I don't confused about it. You had a super clear interaction with them. That's using. I was told have had this thing. We have uppity are black race car driver movie to put out there, which has been shunned by Sundance and Tribeca and all the film festivals. And Mike thing is that's the story black race card Irish being shunned once again, again, no the shunning meat that liked the store. They don't like me. And he's and then they just picked up. I think no max, Pat, Janet Guthrie, I think Showtime or net flex or somewhere. You know, somebody Koby produces or whatever it is. They're going to do a doc on the first woman thirty thirty thirty thirty two doing thirty for thirty. Another one of my funny conversations. Right. They're doing a thirty for thirty for Janet Guthrie. The first woman run at Indy. They're going to dedicate thirty minutes of that start. I'm like, I they're usually an hour an hour and a half. And he goes, yeah. I know just called thirty thirty. And I said, yeah, I know what I said. But anyway, they're going to do an hour to the first woman at Indy, but they're not gonna do the first black man at Indy we need to get this out there. And I was like I don't think they're discriminating against him discriminating against me they like him. She did it, and, you know, seventy seven he did it a decade, you know, twelve thirteen years later, and that's the story. They would like to tell that don't want me to tell that story. Always like, this is an outrage we gotta get this story out there. Like I do. I do do you think they do discriminate against black people Tribeca? They love stories. They don't low me in Nate think of a solution. Do we know for a fact that jill's dash is black or white? See? That's the thing. You don't know. What that's what I'm saying. Right. We don't it was Lynette friend Jody when I said years ago, I said well, just change my name to Jules dash and get some of these movies and some of these festivals. And she went gills dash. I don't even know if that's a man or woman, it's one of those names action. That's perfect. That's right. Yes. So they're not discriminating against him. I'll far from it. They desperately wants brace there. Intersectional world, it's probably not to the black guy over the woman marginally. But yeah, let's say in this time we're living in your. But you're the pond standing in the way like the think of myself as the obstructionist the roadblock in in creativity. Yes, I know by the road, creative. Yeah. Like myself that I guess or there's something else that I'm unaware. But I don't know what that a can't. I can't for the life mate. What that thing could be very aware of you to go. It's probably me. Well, look, I'm trying to I'm trying to be real. I'm trying to be realistic. Which is I think the product is good. So it's not the product. And then the theme is good. So now, we're do we're left to me. And I have been told that by Sundance, they don't like the guy didn't like me. So I'm loosely basing it on star for picture. Okay. Okay. Let me tell you about Castrol edge, heat, friction viscosity breakdown. Rob your engine of maximum performance. 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ACS (Part 1): Rob Riggle and Matt Richtel and Banks Bracket Madness

"Thanks for listening to the Adam Corolla show on podcast one. -nology truth. Brought to you by Geico. Truth. You will certainly an any text about your supervisor to your supervisor, Janet. Did she lose that? With a weed whacker? Don't know Sint, wait. No, no, no, no, no truth. It's so easy to switch and save on car insurance at geiko dot com. Janet, I think my phone was hacked or something. Gogo fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more. From Corolla one studios in Glendale, California. This is the Adam Corolla show Adams guest today robbery eagle with Gina grad on news ball, Brian on sound effects, a call for author Matt rectal and another round of banks bracket madness. And now a man who's never been over served. Adam parole. Yeah. Get it off. To get it on the judgment again amend to get it on expertise in in. It's telling the friend love that about us guys. We love that you share good day Gina grant, you handball Bron you're loud. This half of the show. Brought to you by madman good amendment dot com. But your box but your box com. Adam and Castrol edge team song for maximum engine performance excited. Say hi to rob Riggle, and Matt rectal is Well Matt wrote very interesting article. Of course, it made me right somewhat interested in articles that make me right. But I've been talking to. We know what I've been trying to figure out why everyone is getting all these allergies. Everybody knows kid is allergic to nuts and peanuts eleven nut. Allergy? I log it under the. Corrective helmets when I had Sonny. He needs a corrective helmet like why he needs one. This is the thing now. Glasses aren't going to sit right on his head. Like, I seems fine and is like no correct developments. Like, wait a minute. How come everyone needs corrective helmet now or better yet? Everyone who can afford a corrective helmet needs a correct helmet. Poor people don't need him. There has perfect. Our eyes and think about the kids school, Alva classes, misshapen one sideways. Cliches all time itself. I know it's like what happened physiologically in the last twenty one years that are skulls are now different head, shape and I- labeled it bullshit. And and now it is like I now I don't see the kids they're out there. But it's not the onslaught of whatever. So I don't buy that everyone just has peanut allergy's out of the blue. And again of always said how come everybody I worked with on a construction site? Never had now how come none of their cats. How come no one had any food anything? Now. I'm ex Pat that's enough. Give give Gina what what she needs. I got that article here. Which is I always said look when I work with all the poor Mexicans. I said I'm going on a lunch run. Nobody had any requests gluten free or any special anything. They just you just wait. They what they everyone would eight. Would be preferable. Right. When I was a kid everyone ate what they is. Well, and I started to think what's going on with rich people what's going on with all this. And then everyone started talking to me about pure, Al and wash your hands and used antibacterial, soap and lather up and rinse twice, and repeat and all this. And I start saying this is nonsense. It can't be it can't be. And so this Pulitzer prize winning journalists Matt from the New York Times wrote an article and Gina the big article, max pads, highlighting a few parts of it. But there's some that's interesting little parts at our instinct. I think in France, maybe one hundred years ago or two hundred years ago, the rich kids had the hay fever, not the poor, cat course. Right. Of course. It's always the rich kids. And this is my thing when I'm saying everybody with the pure, Al and the veggie wash. Also, don't do it don't do it. And they're like we can afford it. And I read rich mom magazine. And Richmond magazine says here's shit. We can. Afford, and we need to do. Because this this how you know, we love this. How you know we love and I'm like, no, no, you love is letting the kids fall down and roll in the dirt a little skin their knee and eat off the ground well for centuries ago, the all the all the rich all the royals were inbred him if he mcfeely acts because they didn't have the genetic diversity breeding with other people in the mill you of the society was all kept marrying each other saying this red dog, and this is that with germs which is the poor people sleep outside and the rich people sleep inside and there's more germs outside. And of course, the immune system gets built up. So you can read a couple of highlights if you have the all by a little time. If you want to make fun of my dad. I literally said to my here's the only response, I could muster my dad. My dad lives in like out the dean, I went and visited him on a. Yeah. Hi, dad, wouldn't visit them on a Sunday. And he said I saw something on the news big. Big stock car race or providence. I stopped very specific for big big race at the speedway and find Tanna. And I was like, yeah. And he's like are you driving and that I should like my dad up. What about my daddy knows? So little about everything in me. Like, no dead. That's a professional rate professional star. My I know you like fantasy football super bowl's coming up. Home. I mean, it's literally that it's like, I know you like this. Will you be that, you know? And and I was like no that that's a professional NASCAR professional. That's a series where they, you know, win millions of dollars and stuff, and he goes. Professional car race. I just you know, what I said. I said dad what country. Do you live like I have no other way to express myself other than what country are you in like, I get it. You're not interested in this. And I'm not interested in tampons and maxi pads, but I've seen the commercials. I get an idea. I know some of the summer's eve is where it goes. I know we're not a vegetarian ten pay exists. Right. I know there are some bacon. It's it's it's really insane. How little he knows. And it's also how kind of weirdly loosely like are you driving? Yes, I'm driving. I have to get my fire suit. And so I'm gonna have to cut this short because the race starts in forty minutes. And I need to be in my car. I'm sponsored by monster energy drink. No, I'm not trying would it's noon. I know actually two in the afternoon the racist going on now I would have. Oh my God. I would have to be there. Thanks for writing. Nineteen Ninety-four complaining all your dad's showing no interest in your life. Has this is worse way worse than showing? Highlights his lack of interest in Adams life. It actually makes me sad. I was I had dinner with him. I think it's like one time. Well, it ranks up there. The there's a there's a great split some right one when he to come on cut us to we were at California pizza kitchen across the street from Kimmel's theater. The week. I was guest hosting and I think I was eating lunch with him at like, I don't know like four in the afternoon and Jimmy Kimmel live and at that point. It was it was like live. And and it was I don't know start at seven o'clock or nine o'clock, or whatever it was. And I said like it was Friday, and I'd been guest hosting all week. And of course, that was all news to him he'd been doing. Yeah. And I said something like, yeah. I'm doing the show again tonight. And he said he said like what time do they tape the show for clock or whatever? And I was like dad it's four now. How work in just asking you don't need that. That's matt. I wouldn't be here. Eating pasta with you. If I was guest hosting the show. Anyway, he wanted to know if I was driving in the event. I got to tell them. No. Because I'm not a professional NASCAR driver disappointed thing. You know, like I tried doing stuff like Richard petty or Dale Earnhardt, jR, daler the coast guys drove their professional driver. I don't drive nascar's drive sports cars. Okay. Anyway. So that was an interesting story. Then at some point he explained he wanted a he was thinking about me getting him. A smart car. Scooter is the last conversation, right? Scooter was the last conversation, I shouldn't get about a miniature car. And I said, I think it max Pat, we had the guy in on car cast. I think from Edmunds, and they get cars. I'm pretty sure you tell me if I screw this up. But what Edmonds does is they don't get cars from smart car from Toyota or whatever. And then right fluff pieces on them. They they buy the car. They buy. The car editor and they driving around for a year. And they let everyone in the staff and everyone ride it driving tell you what went wrong with car, and how it went and whatever else, and then they'll sell it or keep it or whatever. But it's pretty honest evaluation of how car works go pay retail for the car and drive it around. I said to the guy from Edmonds. Are there any bad cars anymore because they're Zoe's? The high end, Lexus and BMW stuff. But Ford makes great product and Chevy. I feel like everyone makes a good car now. And he should know. There are no more bad cars. He went except for the smart card is a bad car. There's one car that is a bad car. And that is the smart car. All other cars are somewhere between good and great like everything works, and then there's a smart card. So I thought it was interesting that my dad was on the one car that the guy said to me is the only car that doesn't work. I tried to explain that to him. He went off. I was driving a smart car and the Winston Cup. Talladega. Next week. I've had conversations people forcing I'm mulling over buying this car. I've never had a conversation. That said I'm only over you buying this car. He's given it some thought also. Yes, it's weird that the things you don't know show a lack of interest, but two questions you do ask. Do show profound lack of interests. I really thought I should be down at the speedway. Running racers willing questions. Yeah. Talk to him about trade school. I was trying to figure out he was telling me about repeating the fourth grade three times and basically back in the day when you could be politically incorrect, and it was a good thing where you could tap kids on the shoulder in the eighth grade and go, hey, man, the for you're not going to college. But last I checked your parents are poor. And that makes you poor, and you better learn pipe fitting, so you can get a job. Yeah. Like, you go why are you doing that to the kid? I don't know. Maybe you're helping the kids maybe he's not going to college. And maybe needs a job. She needs a job. I don't file that under a attacking the kid or making the kid feel bad. I file it under real help for someone who's going to need it. So somebody tapped my dad on the shoulder. He wasn't Taco Bell material either. And that he needed to learn a trade he picked the Trump at as trade because it was a trade back then. But I said what were the other boys doing in the loser school you went to and he's like, you know, shop pipes and in wood and stuff. But he said most of them Taylor's lash it. Oh, yeah. That makes sense the job that was a real job. Learn to be Taylor. And then go work or just Taylor just everything everything was custom back then. But you gotta learn you gotta learn it was the do job b Taylor. Learn learn to put buttons on zippers in go go out there and go go in and he was explaining to me that. At an uncle Joe. He's telling me about the old Philadelphia side of the hat side of the family and its Colombo's the Corollas, I guess and boy boy those guys run deep in the loser department like he he had ever just poor lived in the Italian ghetto kind of thing. And he's telling me about his uncle uncle Joe all he did he worked at a place where they pressed steam pressed pants, like member back sh. He said he did that job from the time. He left highschool to the day. He died just how breast pants their breast pants from eighteen sixty three family for kids wife anything because that's back. You could do that back. Then, you know. Yeah. You just have a job and live in a crappy house and people didn't have a lot of kids, my dad's brother, Mario and Ralph. I think one had a kid and he ended up out here in California. My dad did because his cousin Vince had dad's sister, whatever had little bungalow in Santa Monica like in the forties or something. My dad ended up coming out here staying out here with them. No money. None of the guy's really worked too much or did much of anything. Like, it's kind of. I I don't know talion dude thing or something his dad my dad's dad didn't play the little play the trombone a little bit. But didn't really have a job hung out. A lot the mom worked at a factory like. Kind of lazy Italian dude stuff going on to sort of hung out in the the south side of Philly. I've connected outs question. Then. So how did your dad go from plucked out of the third grade or whatever was fourth grade three times to a therapist, right? He sheaves since scholastic that was his train off. Everybody. Does a lot of book learning everybody in my family? Well, at least anybody I I'm aware of there's my mom, my dad, and my grandmother all got degrees in their fifties. Well, all of maybe there leather, jeez. What attracted them to one another. But I my dad, my mom. I don't know how they met the two laziest people on the planet like. Staal your dad from across the room and I spotted him. So I sat down and took a nap. And then he he waved me over. But then I waved him over. And then we both took a nap. And then eventually there were closing the place so the exit again, I said you come over here. And he's like, I'm nap. And so he walked halfway and then he set up a put a towel down. Then he'd lay down again. Like, I know how the two laziest people ever figured out how to date at some point of interests. Yes. Yeah. Just let their, gene. So my mom, my grandmother became a therapist or sort of whatever the Veterans Administration, counselor whatever at some later stage in life. My dad became that. At a later stage in life in my mom, kind of did the same thing with her college learning at a later, and I mean, fifties and sixties. So you're saying this hope for you. Well, according to the Corolla game plan, I should be at L A valley college for about another seven years, and then making my move to Northridge at the age of sixty one I was gonna say Roman Gabriel still alive. We could check if you're eligibilities still into act out. Snapped up. Oh, man, Cal Cal poly Pomona does not have a football ram anymore, and we aroma gave her and we figured out to live. But yeah, he recruited me to news coach. I've been noodling on taking you up. Your call me blue chip recruit nineteen Eighty-one I've been I've been doing some soul searching, and I'm ready to take your offer. I think Cal poly good engineering school goats houses, some real world experience, professor slash snapper. Well, let's not forget. Although it's weird. And now, it is something when I was being recruited to play football all those years ago, the long snapping was neither here nor there. It's what I did in high sprawl, but was never discussed in the recruitment. It was I was supposed to be defense or something like that. But yeah, I'm saying that's probably would be now. Now, I would pay William Mary still around. Right. Well, I'm at college tuition to schools. We got we got Marshall Chris do some legwork submit the paperwork. We got well lamb, it got Lewis and Clark does it and. We got cow poly, San Luis Obispo coupla among poly, Pomona and UC. Davis guarantees him. The school still have marshalls are pretty strong program. Yeah. Maybe two I gotta I gotta go down to like Lewis and Clark reality show post plane crash that was a sweet Corolla spot. Yeah. I got him. I think the crashes like seventy two or whatever maybe seventy one seventy two or whatever it wasn't. It had not been ten years ever, still rebuilding. All right. So you have some of the beats from that. Yeah. Article. So the headline is is is cleaner. You're never mind. I'm gonna say what it says below the headline a century ago. British scientists a link between increased hygiene and allergic conditions. The first hint that our immune systems are becoming improperly trained. So he cut it starts out saying properly trae. Yeah. So what I've always said is not as pertains to the moon system, but in life, which is you need something to push against you need, ravioli, you send the astronauts up to the space station, and they lose muscle and bone mass because they live in zero gravity environment and often to a treadmill always use that as a metaphor for kids, and you're in everything in in our world requires gravity you need to exercise with gravity your brain needs to push against something. You're municipal needs to push against something up. In a VAT Parral, then just like the muscles in your body, atrophy your immune system atrophies. Yes. So he basically starts saying should your children pick their nose. Did your children eat dirt? Maybe should you use antibacterial, soap or hand sanitizers? No, no. Are we taking too many antibiotics? Yes. He says leading physicians and immunologists are reconsidering the antiseptic at times hysterical ways in which we interact with our environment. Why let us learn a turn to nineteenth century London. You sort of went over this. But it says the British journal of homeopathy volume twenty nine published in eighteen seventy to include a startling -ly prescient observation it's hayfever is said to be an aristocratic disease. And there can be no doubt that if it is not almost wholly confined to the upper classes of society, it is rarely if ever met with a but among the educated. So my thing is Johnson and Johnson proctoring. Gammel, all these big companies have steak and all this. They all go hysteric women. They tell them they're going to be bad moms, if they don't slather this stuff all over the kids and they scare them. They take basically the moms who are fearful of being bad. Moms bad parents are letting or doing damage to their to their kids, and they basically say to them you mom, use scared. Mom, who's got some money go somewhere and go buy all our products and bring it home and slather your kid in. And then you'll be a good mom, if not you'll be a bad mom. Yep. And then they freak out the moms. Yep. And then I just pay for all the junk that does harm. I don't actually use it myself. So I pay defenseman back to bacterial, soap, and that in the Parral and the fruit wash and all I just pay for that stuff. I never touch it yet says so what does the immune system do when it's not properly trained it can overreact. It becomes aggrieved by things like dust mites. Pollen it. Develops. What we call allergies chronic immune system attacks inflammation, in a way that is counterproductive irritating even dangerous, and then he goes on about food and respiratory allergies. Rosen tandem with the income level as we discussed more money, which typically correlates with higher education has meant more risk of allergy. Twenty years. I've been saying this twenty gut team years twenty years I've been saying why is it only the rich people? They're having all these affects none of the guys I work within the dirt of any of this. And of course, there's a correlation between literally the guys I worked with worked in the dirt in the dirt in work. That's that's how that's how it would go. All right. Must be good to be right. Still really is. It'd be nice. It'd be nice. If the next time we got to this intersection, and I stopped everyone and said, why don't we go this way? If based on the last two hundred fifty times the intersection right predicted what was going to happen at the intersection. You'd listen to me this time, you know, that this now it's only know about Parral, I'll give you that. It's always turn the page. Move move on. I'm telling you people the reason, I know everything I don't know anything. I just sit and watch. And I started watching. It look it's not that. It doesn't take a genius. It's like every second kid who I had, you know, you become a certain age, your friends start having kids, and before you know, it you start interacting in visiting and coming over and the moms they're coming over and they're talking about peanut allergies. Okay. You don't have any peanut butter in the house. And I'm like, what is all this coming from peanut butter. Jelly was all we ate all anybody. And now, we're having special tables at the school and rates school because feta. And what went with an all this beginning. And and all the dodos all the dodos. Do they go? Hey, this is how it is. So do it, and I go why is it this way? And they go because that's that's how it is. So now, do it. And I'm like, I doesn't make sense to me. And they're like put that's what we're doing because we're dope. And we'd just follow everyone blindly. And there's no way this can be happing physiologically. There's no way in in twenty six years the human bodies change so much. We're not something's going on. And then it always ends with. Hey, stepping a jerk. Do you? Yeah. It's a lot of doctors Dr. But what's your back? Okay. Matt that's on line five. I guess he's calling from New York. Let me hit madman real quick. And then we'll we'll get into the author of this. Always calling from San Francisco, sir. Oh, yeah. Right for the New York Times. I guess you don't know. I guess can madman two thousand nineteen is just into it. A little bit now beginning quarter here the new normal is here have you seen? It finally moment on a product that once drove good people to go to black markets now reveal this one one that's now creating a global market. There's a new video that's out and Mexico. You got when we can share. I was just told ten seconds ago that we can say the name suite of the director Brian diploma. I know it was just. Sara sorry for so long. There's a spike leanest fairest in spike Jones. Yeah. Anyway, spike Jones that this video and it's new normal at men dot com, and it's pretty mind blowing. I it's about the best two minutes you'll ever watch just go to madman dot com. And if you like spike Jones, definitely wait, the spike Jonze who Shang all the song who sung all the novelty songs in the fifties. And sixties now that was a spike there's another Noman. There's giant Joan. No, I can tell you how it is spike Jones, but J O N E S. He goes by J O N Z E Jones is not as real as name, which one director spike Jones. Sung a lot of crazy sixties fifties. Doctor demento song. Yes. Spike Jones was a big the none whatever this bike Jones like that. Spike jones. We'll find some spike Jones. We'll give you some spike. I will talk to Matt. Is it Rick? Dow. Oh, did a punch him up, man. Yeah. I'm here. Yes. Thank you. For writing this article. The book is an elegant defense extraordinary new signs of the immune system. He wrote the book a row. Adam I question because I was listening to lead in are you not a physician then? I'm just a love. Still love Dr not actual. I don't know anything. I just observe everything. And I raised my hand when I see things that seem weird to me. And this whole immune thing seemed weird to me, and it has for twenty years. But what what got you interested in it? Well. Gonna force me to wack serious on the show series series. All right. I'm gonna wax series. I had a buddy in high school who is this is a eons ago, but he was Mr. everything all baseball. Stay basketball. Great looking guy the girls loved him. And he was my good buddy in this was in Colorado and a couple of years ago. He got cancer doubling every few months in his back and his his on colleges said, hey, love, you, buddy. But it's time to go home and die Jason went into hospice last minute. Takes an off label immunotherapy drug girlfriend wakes up. A couple of weeks later says Jason you're not gonna believe this your tumor has disappeared. And I kid you not at him and gang dude rose from the grave, and I picked up my pen because I was his buddy and on the New York Times science reporter. And I said what's going on not just with you note there, but what is the immune system and book was born three years later. Brian brain tumor by man. The so we have within us the ability to fight off things that are are trying to kill us. Right. Yeah. But we are doing harm to that ability. I mean, don't let me put words your mouth. But I mean, I say people you need gravity must do chin-ups. Like, you must fight against something in order to make your body strong. It's the same way internally with the immune system too. So the reason so I decided to go deep and understand the immune system. And the first thing that happens all the first thing that happens happens about twenty five times and Adam go to answer your question. But I basically had a whole bunch of misconceptions about the immune system that I think most of us carry so in order to write those can I kinda step back and make a random moving that reference to the matrix just watched it being. Neely right degree movie. You the ones in zero's that are all around the one and you see that there's a universe around them. The reality is, and I don't think we ever fully grasp this. We are surrounded by microbes bacteria, virus parasite, here's the deal. Most of them won't hurt you, but in order to train your immune system. You have got to experience. What's on the surface of things you you've got to experience? What's on your skin? You've got you've got experience. You know? Maybe do the five second rule with food. If you do not to your point, you starve your immune system of its chin ups or push ups or boot camp, and you can do some real damage by insufficiently training who much I can never figure out how much of our life is an affair plan by the drug companies versus hysteric moms that are just preaching. Jenny mccarthy. I don't think she's in the pocket of anybody. She's you back in New York Times reporter into the following question. Is it, but even pharmaceutical companies are evil moms. I know door number three the door. Yeah. It's Jay sitting on a donkey. But can I after whack series? Look, here's the deal. It comes from a natural place over the centuries. We were getting killed by lots of stuff. And we started to do a whole bunch of very rational things to preserve ourselves like ritual handwashing and cultures. Didn't eat certain needs. That went undercooked are going to be really bad for you. But in in the process, we threw out the baby too because we started to become so effective cleansing our environment. That this natural paranoia reasonable paranoia got out of control. And to your point is it, you know, is it a bunch of economic forces or cultural forces truth is it's both. And now we have to reorient because we've gone too far. What are some of the things that people listening could do or not do probably more accurately in their daily life to start building up their system or stop sort of cushioning the blow for the system as it were. Yeah. First of all, we're so blessed in, you know, this modern life like I would not give the same advice in a slum in in a third world country where where you you can't drink water. But here you can be less germophobic, you can lay off all the hand stuff. Doesn't mean don't wash your hands. But you don't you know, you don't have to make a shower of the thing. But the most basic stuff, and again, I I don't I don't want to belabor it here, but outline it in the book, but a lot of basic stuff, your grandma told you like sleep and stress you gotta keep the sleep up in the stress down the scientists really profound. I think the stress thing is maybe the most pronounced you want a little. You want a little off ramp onto what stress does the immune system. All right. So there you are. And you're you're in the picture yourself as a cave person. You got this. Are you you're it's you but Harrier? I'm going to bang. Character. Yeah. Okay. You're there. You're running. You're running from the lion. Your body. This is fight or flight. You know, notice fight or flight, the listeners know it as fighter flight, and when they're running from the lion. Your body is diverting resources away from say fight head cold to get the heck out of there now, and and it's doing so very deliberately because you can't really afford to be fighting the chronic when you're fighting the acute what we've wound up doing in our society, and I can testify to right now because I'm dealing with a little bit of a virus. After a book launch last week is we misinterpret regular stress as lions our bodies. Don't really know the difference. You get a, you know, an argument with someone at work. Your wife tells you to get something he space out, and you feel rotten coming home. All these things if you don't sort of take an edge off, the stress literally will weaken and diminish your immune system or dysregulates. It. You can wind up feeling pretty rotten it its troops sleep as well. Right. So a bigger sort of more pressing question, and I'll front-load it by telling every telling you what I've been telling everybody that will a little more political and a little more here now, which is like this notion that your black person there's a target on your back. You live in a society that has systemic racism or your woman, and you're going to be I find that to be extremely stressful for the person. Like, if somebody told me you have a target on your back because you live in a society that as stem oppression of you. I'd be a certain level of stress all day every day, and I've been actually really interesting very very powerful point. And there's another piece of. Sorry. Go ahead. I didn't know what I've been saying is look some of this is true. Like, you're gonna eat some fruit with some germs on it or something off the floor. You're going to shake the hand of a person with a bad or in their some racism, and there's some gender issues. There's some you know, there's there's all of it. But to think about it all day every day is going to lower your immune system fails. It's a stress level. And I don't think it's good for us. But sorry now your thoughts. You don't know the I mean, you're raising about ten ten scientific points at once which makes me think maybe you are a doctor and PHD. Thank you. The the I mean one thing is their stress comes in every form. It's there's a there's a calm there to the two things you raise that strike me as somewhat distinct, but both important are do we need to talk about certain issues, and how much do we need to personalise them and take them on all the time such that they diminish our own health and those are two separate questions. And I mean, I can't I can't say enough in all seriousness. I know this this, you know, gets oftentimes wackadoo tool, but you meditation exercise all those things remove the stress, but I just wanna say one thing to the point about politics, which is super interesting, and this is a big misconception about the immune system. And what it has to teach us. I always thought that it was this force inside knee. This, you know, this bad ass, you know, police force that was going after everything in sight, but going back to the matrix thing, it's quite not. So most of the. Time it is looking to create harmony if it went after every alien organism that was around us. We would just implode. It would be a nuclear holocaust. It would be. It would be it would be scorched earth. So really what the immune system is trying to do is do as much damage to the alien invader without doing collateral damage to the rest of us. It's actually fairly well a peacekeeping machine. Why do I mention that? In the context of what you were saying about racism or other whatever it is look sometimes when a society starts going after its own that is a kind of auto immune disorder. You can really think of what the Nazis did is the ultimate auto immune disorder in order to quote, unquote, purify itself, it destroyed all of society. As a human being can't survive as a species that way Field Marshall autoimmune. Right Rommel's right hand, man. He won he won the desert campaign almost single-handedly military mind. The. Yeah, I agree. I it's like somebody tweeted to me today like. How about this whole Laurie Laughlin like college thing, you know, the Turk kids taken the place of a kid. And I'm just like, I'm just not that. I'm not that outraged like their guys that are shooting up mosque and killing fifty people. That's a little more outrageous to me than the Laurie Laughlin of the world and the Felicity huffman's and just not interested. I didn't go to college. I'm not interested in her going. She's rich. I guess that's what rich people do. I don't know why we're banking everyone to jump into this bath of pus all the time come on come on run. And I'm just not that interested. Interesting one hundred gross. Yeah. What about that dentist shot the line? I'm like, okay. I guess I guess five lines died in the time. We were talking about this of natural causes or run over by truck. Like, I I don't know. What why do we bite? We're big mouth bass why we biting the lure all the time. We've we know it's bad for us. I actually I can take a shot at require. No, I interested why we're wired in such a negative one. Very it's for the very reason that that this that we're having this conversation about the immune system and how we overreach there are there are things that seduce us primitively that can really play to very deep fears and that we can wind up overdoing. An example is the use of you know, too, many high hygiene products, but another example is being stoked by fear that we're going to be overrun burn up blown up. Go down the list of things. So what happens is it's it's very much like an auto immune disorder. It's suggesting that there is an alien presence that will destroy us, and we need to attack it, and what happens in auto immunity, and this again again and nakedly showing the book, and there's a bunch auto immunity in it. But what we do is a society is we fall prey to these primitive impulses. That's a attack attack attack attack. And you know, what we do we attack ourselves? But to answer your question, Adam directly, the reason we fall for it is because it's NS to begin with to be on guard all the time and people can take advantage of that and really stoke those fears. It works, and it it, and I would just ask everybody. And the reason look you're not gonna be able to sit around and watch CNN and not be triggered. You must go on walk where there is no CNN. You must take a hike where there's no you must go camping, you must remove it. You can't there's a percentage of people who can be on a diet and sit in stare at a baker's dozen of doughnuts all day as it sits on the counter top of their kitchen or on the lap and their office. But not many of us can without reaching into the box. I would say remove the box, which means. Kodaly bears it out because my previous book was on heavy use of technology, and what it does to the brain. And the reality is that for your health. You must log off other than your podcast. Medically downed advice as far as I know. Well, you won the Pulitzer prize in two thousand ten cents here for a series on distracted driving, which is going to be another. I feel like people are more and more distracted just in general because the more the more that comes at you the more you need to tune out. Right. Is that day going on again, the upshot of your health is is in is in your control more than you think not exclusively in your control. But more than you think in the reason why we run into challenges with it is we are prone to wanting magic fixes and their promised all the time. But the reality of really good health on a on a sustained basis. Let's leave out the occasional flew the occasional problem, but it really requires some basic habit and discipline and all of that comes from supporting your immune system. I mentioned earlier sleep stress nutrition. Go down the list. I don't know that people particularly love discipline. I think that they would much rather say here eat this celery ground up, and you don't have to do anything else. The discipline part of life is another thing. I've always been kind of drilling down on because it's exquisitely important, and we used to live in a place where society nature and everything just imposed it on you. You know, you wanna you wanna eat you gotta chop some wood. You got to create some fuel for the fire. Whatever it is. Now, we're in a post mates era. And we don't we must impose it on ourselves. We must I don't I don't think people fully understand how important it is again in our own most zero gravity environment rural floating around in to go out in impose that on yourself. And we're not gonna have any choice. But it's it's the same as you have to go to the gym or you have to work out. Like, you must you don't need to walk to the well. L anymore. You got to run on the treadmill or or or whatever it is. I don't think you don't say you could have the best of all possible worlds at this point because you can have the creature comforts or rather. To put another way a lot of stuff come along to get rid of the low hanging fruit antibiotics have helped us with, you know, not dying of splinter. In vaccines have helped us have not dying from smallpox. And now if you can if you can engender the discipline or focus or whatever to you, go the spoils 'cause you've got all this other stuff. That's pretty darn good to go along with it. I agree. I have a live in a big expensive house of the freezing swimming pool in the backyard and every single morning, I throw myself in swimming pool, just to impose that on my self just to just to go. I don't care how much money you have or how much air conditioning or how much heat or if you have a jacuzzi. I don't care about any of that you destroy yourself in the pool, and you go you're now everyone in experiencing everything and then take your dog for a long walk. Down the down the horse trail, get your head. Right. So we're gonna have to do that. And it's not going to be found on screen, and I think we need to get the word out. I feel like this. It's all interconnected. I you're the munificence. What's going on inside? What's coming in through your eyeballs? What's coming in through your mouth? It's all there, and we're all going to have to start flogging ourselves a little bit. And the people I know that are successful impose these things on themselves all the time, and the people who are unsuccessful are constantly looking for shade and rest, and the other people are actually looking to impose this upon themselves. And we never had to deal with this in the past. Because it wasn't an issue. We had to go to work. We had head to go down to the sawmill the world the world impose a now, we must impose it and the difference between the haves and the have nots Roy's talking about this financial chasm. Mhm between x one percent has fifty percent of the weather. It's going to keep growing, and the chasm is going to be the people that impose this upon themselves and strive to get better and work at it and discipline themselves, and those who go I want more Taco Bell and more shade and more TV and it's going to get wider. And we're really we only look at it as a financial chasm. But it's it's a life. Sorry. Matt. No. I mean, I think I think you can make a case that that there's a there's a big health chasm that were running into and frankly, sometimes there's a character in this book who has autoimmune disorder, and she was a first she was one of the first women partners at Boston consulting group. And she would be the first to tell you that she may have done her body exceeding harm by going blindly ambitious without disciplining herself. At all. I mean, she was having, you know, conference calls in the back of her Ford Explorer with their newborn in the back, and and she, you know, she'd been a professional golfer, and is quite a remarkable person. And then her body started to attack itself, and they're partly it may well have been the way she treated herself. So to your point. I think if I if I took it correctly, it's it's not merely a wealth issue that there's a health chasm developing, and it doesn't necessarily. Go along the lines of whether you have money or not it can it can go along some other lines about how will you care for yourself? And how informed you are be nice. If as a society, we started embracing that part of life a little in a weird a weird balance of unplugging d tuning in getting plenty of sleep with a also militaristic attack of exercise and self imposed this and that it's a weird balance. It's weird simultaneously saying people get eight hour sleep. And then you're saying get up and run ten miles. It's like, well, which is it and the answer is it's both. That's that's the new that's the new normal. Yeah. Or or some some days some days, you may run ten miles. But the day you don't get eight hours sleep. Maybe maybe pull the Ripcord. I mean, it it's a function of of how about this. It. It really helps to know yourself, and then no the science and combine those things because it's not we we we really are. I don't want to speak. That's the Royal. We is not right, but people are eager for a magic pill or one-size-fits-all. And to some extent involves knowing yourself and knowing the science, and then making that combination of things work completely agree. The book is an elegant defense extrordinary new science of the immune system tale in four lives of Vail now on Amazon, and you can. Mark us and put our side. It just helps the pirate ship Matt this has been enlightening. And I'd like to talk to you again on this subject, and and how plug and distracted everything distracted driving and all the other things you're taking a deep dive on gratitude, Dr curl. Thank you. Matt rectal. Yeah. Are you familiar with Eckhart tollway? Okay. I never thought I would say this ever you have so much in common with Eckhart tollway. I these words I'd never thought would leave my mouth between the book, you know, the power of now. And now his book the new earth, and there may or may not be a Super Bowl conversations with. And I've I'm listening to really interesting breakdown the book, and literally we just covered the first three chapters, and he has a lot of it. It's sort of dovetails into ego. When it says, what is ego, and how does it hurt us? And how does it affect us? And how does it affect society and one of the takeaways possessions are great opinions are great, but they can't be your identity because of either are challenged or taken from you all of a sudden you fall apart? And you don't know who you are. And so there's there's a lot of stuff about that. And then there's a lot of stuff about unplugging. And how nature is kind of like church and the biggest grievance. He has as you walk into nature, this pure place this place where you can actually be present. Which might be the meaning of life is to be as present as possible, and you see people on their phones and UC people talk another people, and it completely flies in the face of what you should be doing in that environment. That is so important the I think the other thing that people need to understand is. You don't these movements? They become sort of enticing like people go, I'm going to do a tough a tough mudder, and I'm gonna complete that tough mudder, and I'm gonna scramble under bar Byron. I'm going to this. And I'm going to that. Or I'm gonna go full vegan full Vinnie toward richer, full, everyone everyone. Everything's intriguing the full the full part. I'm going to take a paddleboard Catalina and we're trained for it. And while I respect that we're in a marathon here big time marathon, we're not we're not in a sprint. There's there's plenty of room to have dessert plenty of room to sleep in. There's plenty of room to just chill lax and have a me day and putz around in your sweatpants and not get anything done. And then there's room to get stuff done. And I've I've found that it's a balance, and it's all about, you know, getting it done. And then it's about relax. Acting and then it's about getting it done again. And it's there's not. It's hard. When you go down that that road where it's like, I'm never going to eat a dairy product ever against a long as I live are never going to fill in the blank do this. Or I'm going to do eight miles every morning before don't do that make things strike a balance, and and in live that live that life and live it and all facets of life, and it'll permeate your relationships not every day's gonna be the best day with your kid, but have more good days than bad days. Can you say as the other thing that I really made me think of you was they had some people calling in, and, you know, things that they already get pre whatever. Yeah. And one of the women said, I have I don't know lupus or something, and it's affected my whole life. And now, I can't work and he's this business. And now people are worried about me all the time. And you'd think progressive new thought leader, I would think he would say the exact opposite of the advice. He gave her, but he said to her the number one thing you have to do. Stop talking about it. Stop talking about your illness. Only allowed to talk about it with your doctors. Otherwise, physical problem and mental Gina. I I'm telling you. I my mom was she had she had three settings. She had feels cold coming on has a cold just got over cold. And then goes back to feeling one come on. So when you go like, hey, wanna go Chuck the softball around? Well, one of those three settings recall. Her three settings means cannot go out and shut the softball around Keiko for job or can't help you move or drive to the airport. Like, whatever it is. It's those were the only three settings. And I don't think people understand this. And it does I sound like a weirdo. I realize but I've of run into this a lot which is an especially it's like first world problem. Like you're walking around. I noticed it him walking around this multimillion dollar big house. I just got and the moms come over and they're going they're walking with Lynette. And they're like when you guys moving. Well, we're gonna removing next week. So stressful so stressful and like, yeah, or you can move into huge big house. On the block, so cool so stressful. It's so stressful. It really isn't. It's got a van. I got a duly truck. I got a bunch of due to work for me. Just go through your crap in a box and tell them what to do what room to put in so stressful. It's not it's a it's an opportunity. It's a great opportunity be. Yeah. It's a little work, but you're not going to be lifting. Anything just tell that guy where to put everything and so no not so stressful so stressful stop shop saying that. Throw things at you. And certain things are going to be just what they are. You parent dies at the sad thing. But like moving that's just thing. How you choose to react to it is up to you. You can be man. This is me. I don't wanna deal or sweet Newhouse excited. Decorate got move to throw the you know, the Feick is in the corner. How you react to it up to you. I agree and there's a chorus of rich white women or going so stressful once imperial because stressful, and it's like no don't put the payroll down, and it's an opportunity to get to work and also time passes so quickly. You know, you move you. Blink your eyes. You've been in the house for year. It's like what stressful. What would we? They're reliving this three day move over and over again for the reds. It's not a motorcycle accident move some junk and then get it done. Welcome. And the faster you do it the faster you're done. Yeah. And you can enjoy like, that's that's it. And as a non rich white woman. I got to tell you. A little it's a little insulting to hear stuff. Like that as stressful. When it's like, no, I'm grateful. Guess will? We get to do. Well, this is how let me explain how you know. It's a wiring number of boxes lifted by the stressed. I women. No, I I was hanging out with a polit. Garriga's Paula Garriga's lives in a big house and probably has all the money. She needs with the camper, Nick, settlement and beyond. And if you talk to her she has the same problems that you have and you're the bottom of the food chain. He didn't know this hand Lynette is somewhere in between polit, and you in the rich white guy pecking order gal, but not exactly between. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. But if everyone sits around and talks, it'll be the same conversation. And so you go, wait a minute. Why are you complaining about moving? You can just go hire somebody and let them move. And it's like well, all right. But I- polit gear goes would hire somebody to move them. And she would complain about it as much as you would if you were doing all the work yourself, or if you're in the middle with Lynette who uses my guys in my truck, not a professional mover. Hire someone to organize you'll still it's all the same. That's what I'm that's what I'm saying. It's a hard wiring. It can't be based on the amount of work. It was based on the mount of work. You do a ton of complaining and polit goes do. Here. She complains as much as you as much as as much as as the poor person in the village does or the rich person a candy spelling does. So it's of course, it's a hard wiring. Otherwise, you would do it commensurate with how much how many boxes you had to move misery like water reaches level or money more problems. Yeah. Even a misery. Erica we do. It's just. It's a wiring to feel guilty of it. Everyone's guilty of it. You have the, you know. You know, I ordered a sonnet was late by two days. Oh, the world's coming off its access. What happened? Where's my son? Of course. That's an insane argument for guy who comes from where I come from a role wired for it. I'm no no better at it than anyone else. What I'm saying? Is you're going to have to throw yourself into the pool d wire yourself a little little bad. And it doesn't help to surround yourself with people that are going stressful. All the time have them go. Hey, hey, Newhouse cool some hay while the sun shines. All right. Speaking of that butcher boxed livers healthy one hundred percent grants fed and finished free range or Canucks chicken. And heritage breed. Port die recklessly to your door on a monthly basis monthly basis new protein just had this while Alaskan sockeye, salmon my God, this is. Trying to think I mean, it is bright orange and pink. When you look at it in the shrink wrap. I mean, it is it is it's sustainable harvested from Bristol bay. Alaska. The color tells you trash my God is the color telly fresh anyway, had old guy up some of this the other night delectable. All the products are humanely raised never given anti-biotics or hormones, free shipping and no commitment. Cancel easily anytime special offer news ab- scribes twenty bucks off plus two pounds of free ground beef for life by going to butcher box dot com. Entering Adam at checkout. Not stressful. Unbelievable butcher box. And it's just there, man. Spike Jones was nicknamed after spike Jones. There you go bike Jones with Z was nickname after that spike Jones. What were some of like, those spike Jones E songs from the fifties or sixty? Little mentally here. Okay. Was cape. Granada wanna his? Funny, funny suit. Goofy aqua bats kind of kind of comedy music before back in the fifties. I guess. The band song up on cripple creek. The was the guy they had on the box. Yeah. By Joan the box, right. Poor bastard. Music. This is. Bunch of musical stuff. But spike Jones had songs that were like doctor demento eat hits. What I'm saying Herod, Pat. Yeah. Parody stuff or goofy songs, I brought my Oregon to the party. And no one asked me to play super important songs that I don't know. What is sung songs for cocktails for two? All I want for Christmas is my two front teeth there. There's a spiked. There you go max fascia the game is played named things. We recognize. Yeah. So those are spike that was spike Jones stuff, and I guess director spike Jones was a spike Jones weight or dad was or what was the nickname then high school probably because he was unilat- creative wacky stuff in high school. Video wonder how spike Jones the director is gonna be nearing fifty. Twenty years Nonni nine forty nine that's near. All right. We'll take a break. Robbery goal is here. We'll do break. We'll do the banks bracket. Mantis wanna bring wriggling now. Or when do the bracket bracket for break? We'll do the brackets. Hey, this is Stephanie wilder Taylor and Lynette Corolla and were for crying out loud. Listen to our show because there's lots of swearing lots of stories, lots of personal information that you don't really need to know. But we tell you anyway. Yeah. So check us out on I tunes and one for. And Stephanie wilder Taylor every Tuesday and Friday at digital on cast one than apple podcasts. Geico presents unhelpful home improvement. How To's a slippery bathroom floor can result in expensive hospital bills? So today, I'll show you how to cook a serious fall by filling your bathroom with thousands of plastic balls. Just nail a piece of plywood across the doorway and dump in two thousand multicolored plastic balls, you could try to protect yourself with a bathroom full of plastic balls or you could get liability coverage through the Geico insurance agency. Visit Geico dot com and see how a Ford -able renter's insurance can be. It's time to check Adams voice mail. Third year. I liked your forty four via suggest get one one. Have one of those thought like install that go on the Dillard one that has again on the inside one of those crow. How do you weigh because they take your highway? Gets Michigan until eight. They love the show aging. You can leave us a message at eight six three four one seven four four. Yeah. There's the automotive version didn't doesn't work so much now in the haircut. But there's there's a version of there's an automotive version of a crew cut when I was a kid if one of the dad's friends dads had a crew cut like that was military law enforcement, something you didn't mess with that tuned that dude was going to tell you something and you were gonna listen. And even if you didn't know that do need to spotted them in line somewhere. You didn't really mess with that do that dude was pack, and he shook crewcut entirely crop mustache run the other way again. Right. And there's a automotive. Now, they've switched I think I think the chips over here have switched. I don't know if they switched across the land. But they've switched to Ford Explorer. And then there's other I knew guys if you had a mercury. Murad or whatever it is. Like, I had a friend. Tony Barbee airy over Kimmel that guy just drove around. Oh knows car was. It was super Dave's car. Got him super, Dave. He bought his whatever, essentially whatever they use for cop cars back then and put it dare bumper sticker on the back. And it's like it's kind of thing where it's like, I know he's not a cop. But he's a lot closer to a cop than the Ross Bari guy over there and the VW so all go f- with that guy this guy like a crown Vic, it was something maybe the crown Vic, but it was it was gold. It was something hit put it dare sticker on it. And it was like again, it was like putting it in our a sticker and your window. Like, it was like it doesn't mean you're not gonna get robbed. But they might go to the other house with the here's how many cats say firemen, right? Even the to us the to right? The voicemail, and I was standing haven't you like specifically railed against guys who rolled around and goes into. Goes into the Cup. Look and cars. No. I mean. Yes, here's the guys. I hate the guys who by. The cop bike. Or the cop car at auction. The guys specifically rail against are the guys who by the cop bike the Cup bike they removed the shotgun in some in the lights, but still a cop bike, it has its distinct fairing in the front the black and white yank and all that now here's what I'm saying. If that dude is wearing a full face helmet. And it's orange. He's not a cop. But that dude puts on a plain black leather jacket and then he puts on a short open face helmet. He. Actually looking like a Cup. And then I've had those guys I had I experienced it. Coming home from love line once down the ten it was twelve a Wednesday knives. Like twelve await one guy in drew, and I used to go down that ten at midnight on a week day and was just whole ass like where we did love line. I was in Hollywood, and I could get to my house in Hollywood by just taking LeBron or something. But I just take the one the ten to one ten back across the one a one go way out of my way because you just do an eighty five miles an hour the whole time because stopping the middle of the night. But one night a pulled on the freeway in everyone was backed up like everyone's just going fifty six miles an hour. And I was like this is weird because everyone on that ten whole that because it was kind of rich Whitey like they're going to the Palisades one direction going. Into Hollywood or the other driving Range Rover since stuff like everyone. Here's doing eighty and Elson we're all doing fifty five and piles of cars, they're all kind of. It's like they're behind that behind a pace car in a rolling start of a race waiting for. And I sort of fish my way up to the front. On the phone withdrew. And I was like what's going on one dude ride the cop bike with the two tone, helmet flak jacket, just leader, the pack. He just ride right down the middle lane. He's fifty four to half miles an hour. And he's just Ryan Motors out. There was like. I'm not gonna pass that guy got up to just because I have my hyper vigilance able to suss out that that was a cop bike, but it was deactivated. I didn't have the lights on blue pass him. I wanted to kill it all what he was doing offer PSA, and it's not always easy. But if you're if you're ever in that position your behind the bike, the car, you think is a cop car, lots of security vehicles. They roam patrol the neighborhood, and they're decked out like some sort of cop car can't go have. Yeah. You can't quite tell lights on the top of your life from distance. That's a cop car if you're close enough. And it's not that close. We're close enough to see registration tag. Just little orange tag la- Bluto ever the color of the tag is orange yellow blue whatever the tag is in California not a cop than enough to have registration tags on the car zoom pass to have the exempt thing just the blank, white and letters otherwise zoom wet card. Tony good from super, Dave. I'm looking at there's nothing on the internet about it. He bought a. Car and it was super Dave selling it. And that's how we started hanging out super, Dave. CV can find Tony's. Yeah. We'll figure out or sending Email Thome or something anyway. Sorry, brackets banks bracket men. Welcome back to banks bracket madness. We're yesterday. We saw more action than Adams bed. When Kaelin is house sitting. Speaking of a song about that squared off against a song about fondle years epic do keys, and you the fans decided that he's in there shitting advances. It's a good thing on to Lear one. He threatened to take a dump in the studio if he lost to Ceylan. The other old school match up from the kale SX conference. You decided that in the grotto advances to the Sweet Sixteen masterpiece. The S today's first matchup is in the Christmas conference and our first contender his ode to wasted booze. Every time I throw party on a Saturday night Sunday morning. I have to kid up in amity twenty six hundred bucking beers that I swear no one's even take enough draw. No. That thing just dumping beard. You're like their people in Africa weren't even stripe now. Sorry, I get emotional. I do. It's Christmas time. The season when we kick drum. At Christmas ties. We get up Chuck. And this. Nail intensity. At christmas. Shoot. The flood. School. Chris. Glad we're doing this. Because some of these songs played once. Yeah. And there were one and done and if so much effort, it's like building the world's greatest same cast watching the tide. Take it away get away. All right. What's next? Awesome. Challenging that moving song is a bowel moving song. Is though post pony show? It's his ass was smelling and our. With some. Here's the postal issue. If it's flopping. Plus the sound of him groaning. The bulls overflowing. You know to stay. It's the pool. Jesus. Not only should the portion of your song. When I'm putting the dream is alive for two Matt songs to meet in the next round top seed that would be amazing the head not pooping zones. Many Americans don't have anything. In the brackets at all. We have two more Dawson. Our second round today. Features to hits from the it doesn't fit into a category. But it's too damn funny. Not to play conference the first coming from a famous typo if any would line fours. Faith. Hi, what's your name? Thanks hot. Faith is faith. Okay. You don't hit the L very hard that to be fair to. It's nice. Came in cooking names property. Zoa windscreen. But it isn't dollars. People who give him too much echo. Call him an idiot Zada booked up to. That. Held. Cold medicine. He. Thinking grade. Down syndrome because neither kissed buffet. Bill. The. Is it pay or is it faith dark days? There's no filth. I repeated the PH, but now realize that p t sounded familiar kept repeating faith. The credit score. Does that help faith, but no faith? Posting all the on YouTube, by the way, you can check out all these songs. All right. What is another one? Should we recap? Like that was how many years ago is that to maybe new listeners know, what that story putting the name faith and putting an Ellen Ralph spelled it with a P H, and you kept calling fell f-, and Brian, and I were so confused as was the listener trying to name her baby fails. And I believe I don't remember where it was maybe Oregon or maybe Seattle she showed up at the show with. I think she was pregnant she had a. It was a day. What a day. All right up against that song is another song. It's not as much as song as it is a population control PSA. Always loved it. There's no food and more is that killed at brick screwed. Why do you still black Rapids track? Coming on the tips. Boobs of wet white stain. No more spending sacks of grain or mosquito. Nets coming on the. Dropped on her chest like paratroop. All rooms dead just finishing who. Simple. You do with police dick, then leave some men pace down nips coming on the. Coming on the tips. Coming on the. Coming on. Talk all legendary. Yeah. Had so much to sort through. You guys got to go and vote and you can sorry. Go to Adam Corolla dot com now and vote for your favorite to advance to the Sweet Sixteen of banks bracket madness. I think we can all agree that banks is the winner here. Yeah. Good. Yeah. He's the spike Jones of our generation. What was Mike Jones second? I type in spike Jones, doctor demento, I'm trying to think of what songs I would listen to as a kid. I would doctor demento is a great source of entertainment for young Adam Corolla, greasy grimy gopher guts that kind of stuff is second most popular song on Spotify his dirt dirt fears that was in heavy rotation in the grad house. Really big people in Kennedy Jones, is it crazy. My bed, but this many through working on a Jewish team here. Did you do Irving the hundred sixty third-fastest gun in the? That I don't know. But did you notice I did know that Allan Sherman did camp Granada? Yeah. Low fata. Feel his face. He's a great disgrace. Hey, maxa find somewhere we're laughing about Ringo like, Ringo wound big John and those kinds of songs. I I don't know if Allen Sherman God, it was it was a Jewish. There's now called. When you're in love, the whole world's Jewish. Yes. That's true. And they had a song that wasn't. It was the Jewish version of Ringo. But it was Irving those the ju- blown into town. And I'll play it for. It's a it's a funny song though, again, it's a parody of all those fifties, gunslinger, Bing and Ringo's deprave as that. But he was the worst because he was Jewish guy and find that sung in a second. We'll do it. We'll we'll play it with rob Riggle. I I know it's off of that album. And I don't know I think it's called Irving the one hundred fifty verve ballot of urban. There you go. All right. I'll tell you a play that in a second. It's it's legitimately funny. It's not like one of those. Oh, I was nine and thought it was funny. It's it's it's a funny song Castrol edge stronger under pressure Castrol edge with fluid. Titanium transforms under pressure to keep metal apart fight power, robbing friction unlock exhilarating performance. Pretty times times fool stronger than leading full synthetic against Scotty breakdown as per the Kurt Orban test against the five W thirty viscosity grades Ed formulated in waste exceed toughest industry standards. It's Castrol edge. All right. 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ACS (Part 1): James Brolin and Vinnie Tortorich

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ACS (Part 1): James Brolin and Vinnie Tortorich

"Thanks for listening to the Adam Corolla show on podcast one. I can't believe it that Gerald presenting the quarterly budget report with finger puppets. Look here comes a one point seven percent decrease in fixed overhead. Hello, everybody. No. I can't believe how easy it was to save hundreds of dollars on car insurance guy. Go. Projected increase in organic youth revenue. Believe it. Geico could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. Ten years hundreds of guests. Millions of downloads one podcast hit it on to get it on get on mandate. Get it on the ten year anniversary podcast March tenth Peterson auto museum Mahalo for a decade of getting it on. From Kurla one studios in Glendale, California, and streaming live on you YouTube. This is the Adam Corolla show Padamsee today, James Brolin with Gina grad on news, Paul Bryan on sound vaccine and Vinnie Twitter drops by a now, his penis is potsy, but his brain is funding. Adam corolla? Yeah. Get it on got to get it on children get them into kid. It all. Thanks for tuning in. And thanks for sharing. I talked to so many people when I'm on the road that just share it with the husband wife co worker that's our able to go into our tenth year or two weeks away from our ten year anniversary less. Good day Gina grant. Brian got the penis of thirteen year old and Vinnie torture at our favorite Vinnie torture show, I m excited because we're talking a few weeks back about Tom Brady's our diet. And I'm very excited to have you sort of breakdown his diet because his diet seems the souls about the football fans. He has Rams fans. Yeah. Feast on the soles of Rams fans. No there I like any diet because it suggests a plan. It's like it's a New Year's resolution like if you talked to someone to go what's your New Year's resolution, and they go, well, I'm going to try to go to bed by midnight. But it's kind of tough 'cause I'm kind of a night out. I'll go good good. When I talked to someone and I go what your New Year's resolution. I go what years resolution, I go. Oh my God. You should at least have something have something. And so I liked it Brady has something like any. Diet because it suggests a plan, but some plans are better than others in his seems fairly Kuku, but I'd like to know from Vinnie toward rich, and we have the die print it out. So we'll get to that in a second. I am going to tell you why I'm me and why you should all worship at the altar. I awhile I'll let you know this half the show's brought to you by med men. Good amendment come into random Castro challenge. You can tweet us your questions at Ankara show, hashtag Castro counts. Scotts turf builder and Tommy John Tommy, John dot com. James Brolin this coming in. And I'm excited I was taking a deep dive and James Brolin. And as I showed you I got a picture of a transport truck with a Ferrari three oh, eight in the foreground and the transport truck in the background. And it says Paul Newman driver, Gene, Hackman team manager, James Brolin. Clint Eastwood driver on the side of a transport truck with Ferrari that is sponsored by Budweiser in the foreground, and it's a car that I'm aware of. And it's a truck that I'm aware of. I think the same gentlemen, owns them both which is always nice. And I was new Brolin did a little driving back in the day. But I didn't know he drove with Clint Eastwood and with with Paul Newman in the so if you look at the picture, and you check it out as a matter of fact. Max, Pat, I got some new monitor some old new monitors at my house, if we want to try to replace these two or some sort of splitter problem or whatever. But let's make a note will see we can fix that. But if you blow the picture up it says Budweiser says Ferrari, it says Clint Eastwood it says James Brolin as the drivers it's says, Paul Newman as a driver, and then it has Gene Hackman. I some of it seemed like a goof, but I'm I'm curious. So I started looking into it a little and. I said to I said to Dylan look into Brolin's driving, and he said. Turns out let's see twenty four hours at the new ring. And I said Nurburgring, and he said, yes, something like that. I said, well, that's a big track. That's a big race. That's a big that's a big deal. Newborns small hand. Yeah. Yeah. And then he screamed you're not the boss of me, man. My dad's a lawyer he'll sue your ass. So by the park remember that my dad owns the park. Kid like that. Does this park nearly seven years old? Yeah. I'd get stuff. Like, my dad has an elephant gun and he's gonna come on air to third. The question Mark these poor kids now, my dad's dick you. Of my dad is tight Colin taekwondo expert. He's gonna come down here and beat your ass doesn't opioid dependency. I guess. That's right. It was to be a simple dental procedure four years later. We're in ruins so. So I so I said to the Dylan look into his racing, and he said, okay. And then he said, he drove it Seib. Bring and I said well see bring that's the twelve hours of bring which is that trifecta the twenty four hours a Lamont's twenty four hours a day tone and twelve hours of see bring those are the big endurance races talked about before. And then I said what did he do? And he said who who'd he drive with or what Cardi driving bubble blond, and he said he was a Knight rider. He drove at night. And then I said now, they have shifts. They go back and forth like two hours into hours out. But anyway few moments ago, I said anymore about Seabrook. He's like, yeah. He drove a Porsche nine twenty four. Turbo was put out of the race. When he hit a pig. Oh my God. Wow. Dog was chasing a pig across the track and big. Yes. And I said, that's why you have to take those those dives. So. Yeah. Dobermans chasing a pig in the Doberman in trapped. So. So she brings kinda rural. It's in Florida. It's not a track. It's a it's a airport, and they put cones up and stuff to kind of make it into a track. Like, they do some tracks. Like Laguna Seca stuff are sealed off tracks. The others are deserted end up taking streets that they put hay bales around for one day Lama, right? Yeah. Llamas that way of that's probably all sort of caged in now. But there used racist kind of went down the street. And so if there was a pig and a dog, and a whatever you might hit something or kid. So now really interested in talking to him about hitting a pig at Seabrook. Speaking of cars and thought of Brian without a Gina. I didn't think of any Cam. But I want to the Chicago auto show biggest auto show in the country. So they say Gooding it is now the convention center and Chicago's massive. And I guess it's bigger and bigger in Detroit, and blah, blah, blah, by the way in the like in the somewhere in my deathbed, when we're I'm just scrolling through all of the things I used to go religiously to L A auto show, and I kinda stopped because I started doing bunch of vintage racing and doing things that were more interesting. But I, but I used to go. But one of the biggest problems was you would go there. And I'd go right to like the Audi booth and I'd go, oh, do you have the new RS seven and they'd go. Yeah. That's out. There's one prototype or whatever. And I go where is it? And they'd go. It's in Detroit, and I'd go why is it into trite and they'd go because the Detroit auto show takes place the same weekend that the L A auto show does. But if you'd like to see a stock a four with a cloth interior, we have that. And I'm like, I go to McKenna Audi and look at five thousand of those. I wanna see the cool stuff. And then you'd go to like the Porsche thing, and you go, oh, do you have the new came and asked g with whatever. And they go yet. That's detroit. We have a bone stock nine eleven here that Jerry Seinfeld farted on and I'd go why are we having the events at the same. The biggest one in the world is Detroit and LA LA cells way more Audis, they're not a lot of our s sevens in Detroit. Detroit area. The biggest market in the world for probably like Porsche probably sells more Porsches in so cow than they do in Europe. They really do. But certainly Michigan those cars go to be on the tour, basically here, it's like having the venison bustle. And then Sunday it's the same weekend. We're started to go where the needed five years of me going. Why are we having this on the same weekend? And all your good stuff in Detroit. And yet you move all your product here in L A. But none of it's here and eventually someone went. Yeah. What we did is we moved the timing from Detroit we moved ours earlier. And I was like course, why does everything take so long? Why don't have to complain? So long. Don't you get tired of people coming up into the booth going? Where's the good stuff, and you go? It's at Detroit the chase. So I they did stagger. The Detroit and the L A auto show. Anyway, Chicago one is the biggest we went there with Castro did some media stuff there, and I had some downtime in between and me and August walked around and looked at cars. And so they had an it's huge. So they had like the Jeep experience rejecting a Jeep, and you go up over the fake man made hills of indoors didn't Christie with landrover. Yeah. Indoor on a course though. Right. They had the Land Rover one here. So clean cars. Burn by the way. Now, you can start v eight Land Rover indoors and drive it up and down a fake hill. So that got got the Land Rover. Obstacle course, they got the ram truck one that got the Jeep one. Then go the other side. I see Subaru. Oh, all right now what they got. Picture station with about how they're made. And you can't make that love, and it's all about good vibes. If you can find a picture max fat. A selfie station or gotta be a puppy in something. Well, let's pop up store. Let's see mex-, Pat. Yeah. We don't possess. There's an issue cookies sugar cookies shaped like super puppies. Done. Yeah. Tell you how I guess that we actually own the Subaru. We're on Subaru number two. It's favorite car ninety holding. They send you a thing every month. And it's all about puppies. It should be about Bonder is the alive. Let me tell you. I'm gonna bring you these magazines. It's really really really good looking people camping with granola and poppies. That's all the it's a live. It's a pet adoption. It's literally everybody else is watching their truck over mountain and talking about a limited slip deaf and torque ratios, and they're giving out puppies, literally puppy. Serena would love that as as super gotten to the point where it's so renowned for its ruggedness. And it's offering now they're just they're just it's puppies. Because everyone knows there. Richard Gere was Cindy Crawford. Go from here. Now, they're not so renowned for their fanny packs. You know, they got secure. No, no. Jeep one World War Two that no one. They they go. Jessica Jeep chief is Jeep that. That's going over hills and dales I don't even know what a Dale is. You have another picture there's the kissing booth the puppy that a puppy kissing booth. Good. Yeah. So in the middle on a million square feet of cars being given away. They just have I'm so on Brian. It was so it was so perfect Christie pointed out when she was here Subaru's killing it, they're they're doing really well with this love thing. That's like they've got a foothold in this expand their car. Subaru loves pats. Do they have any? It's not Subaru Subaru has found out that the demo is poses. Everyone's a pussy everyone. Classic pussy, and we're going to sell cars to pussies push his car to that's right by Carsten got nothing to there's no discussion of sticker price or horse power or torque or has no. Thing. It's all we love pets. The by veges to offset super. Did you was there anything like you could get in the car, and it would do anything fun for you? Or you find another in the glove compartment. I it was just I in a world where everyone else was just trying to sell the performance of their vehicle. Subaru had no discussion about anything other than dogs puppies. Good vibes and a kissing booth with a dog sleeping in it. Genius. Differentiator? In the same pool. Either work, they're forcing the boxer engine with that all wheel system with the computer in it works, like a charm in the snow. I it does. That's why we have puppies. No. We do a lot of snow stuff. So that's that thing tracks like it's on a rail. Do you have? Yeah. I'm not saying that doesn't work. I'm just saying we wouldn't know saying that we talked about the good vibes of Subaru and out of one million square feet thousand companies represented. There was one perfect that had a puppy kissing booth. I've animals live puppies at this car show. I've never seen never seen that. And they make an all wheel drive all terrain vehicle. It's not like they make pink golf carts for for the Budweiser girls to get around, and this is all terrain vehicle. Anyway, it's working and I'm sad to say. It's working proud crosstrek owner. We have the we have Tom Brady's diet. Yeah. I brought some stuff in but Christa you have it also on Vinnie sheet, it's on Vinnie sheet. Vinnie doesn't have the done it too. But. Okay. The internet wrote some stuff down because people started asking me about two weeks ago when when the Super Bowl happened. So I went and because look a year ago people telling me, hey, Tom Brady is doing NS. It's great and Tom Brady started talking about how he felt better than he felt when he was twenty seven years old sudden all of his aches and pains are gone. So I went through and just took the the broad strokes. These are things that Tom will eat pussy. Jeez. Whole grains, whole grains, grass-fed beef while salmon olive oil rawal and coconut oil not cooked not voile night heat. It just raw those are all things Tom Willie. These are some of the don'ts, and then I'll get into the nuances in a second. No white sugar. Okay. Does he Brown sugar white flour? I get that and seed oils, I agree with all of that. The only thing I would pull off of the other list would be the whole grains. Right. Right. And that would make perfect then he stays away from Nightshade. Now, a lot of people have trouble with Nightshade. Why I never understood this some dance. Does a plant bell peppers. These are these are fruits that bloom at night more vegetables that bloom at nights today. I I don't know why they're called Nightshade their night shades. People have problems with them the problem. I have of this peppers are usually known as an anti inflammatory. But I for whoever put him on this wacky died decided that he's allergic to that. And I'll explain why that's a problem in a minute ape plants, mushrooms peppers, tomatoes, tomatoes are probably the biggest problem here. Usually if you're having a slice tomato on the salad of something is not enough to cause anything it's concentrated in cooked down into a sauce, or you know, catch up in the sort of thing. He also stays away from Derry. Here's the thing on Derry Heff of the population, literally half from what I can tell can have all the dairy. They want. I'm one of those people I can eat cheese butter heavy cream. No problem. Other people can look at Derry become. Inflamed. And there's no rhyme or reason to either one apparently someone checked or he checked and the the way you check as the same way you figure out if you have silly X disease. You you go in and you stop eating, you know, gluten, and if you feel better, obviously, you have a problem with silly same with Darry, if you can't lose weight, if you always feel inflamed if you have irritable irritable bowel syndrome, anything like that. It could be Derry it could be tomatoes and Nightshade, so whatever. So maybe he had that problem. I don't know. The problem comes in when celebrities start espousing these diets, and they put them out there and everyone else starts going. Well, Tom Brady's forty one and he's winning Super Bowl. So this must be the way to eat. Right. And that's where I have a problem when when things become completed in media the other person doing that right now is. As always called her, bouncy. But beyond say where she's saying that you could get lifetime free tickets to concerts, if you just go vegan. And I just heard whether it's Cory Booker guy is if he wins and becomes president. You know, we're going to change everything again, just become vegan. And there's nothing. Good about that the green new deal. Yeah. Just eat green. Right. It's exactly talking about this green you deal. And it's we're already in trouble as a country, and they're looking to make it worse. Right. Well is Brady like eating oatmeal with some fruits and bananas in it or something like that for breakfast, probably not Vinnie toward her way. No, I would tell them to get off the banana this full of sugar and he's having shakes too. He's drinking a lot of quote, unquote, protein shakes, but we also make this as it's a it's a sort of a the Mark Spitz thing or whoever. Who's got the most gold medals and swimming felt south films. If you're gonna swim for eleven hours a day, you can eat whatever you want in as much as you want. And you're gonna look pretty goodness Speedo because you never stop working out. I mean, we have to understand that Tom Brady is literally being paid to show facility and work out all day every day. So, of course in and out would work for him. I I don't know that he'd played peak form into his forties. But I'm saying keep in mind the guys on his feet in a training facility all day. So you're kind of go like, well, look, he looks pretty good. Well, of course, he's in a facility seven hours a day taking snaps that helps and also having the Corolla syndrome also helps some people can eat whatever they want, and as you say Lynette eats. And she gets thinner. You know? You know, she never gets. She never changes. She never gets fat matter. What she and whenever whenever I talked to us. She looks at me and goes in and talk to the hand type of thing. You know, come on look at me and. Yeah. And Phelps could be one of those people and whenever the all he could or he could just. For seven hours a day. I know if you look if you have bad genes, you have bad you're going to look a little there are guys who fight 'em. May who look a little Rolley Polley, that's the sort of their their genes. But if you are regular jeans, and you swim for nine hours a day, you're probably going to be in pretty pretty decent shape. But also, you're twenty six, you know, so I don't know how much so what do we disagree with? We don't like, well how about the Himalayan pink, see salt? It's pretty, but does it make a different Himalayan pink is to second-best salt on the planet. What's the first one? It comes from Utah. It's Redman's real salt. And you could get it at any do Spencer. You get an Amazon or wherever you go Reverend real sold has more nutrients than any other salt on the planet. I think the stuff that comes out of. Eastern Europe is all I got like fifty nine or sixty different minerals in it Rodman's has sixty three or sixty four and it comes from Utah. It was a buried harvested from Salt Lake this question. No, it's not. It's actually it comes from Redmond, which is probably ninety miles a Jason to Salt Lake City. And they're pulling it out five hundred feet below the surface of the earth. I know all of this because it's what I use my cell pill. It's it's the salt that I looked for the best seller the world, and it was actually in the United States. So we're going for second bestseller. We talk and trader Joe's Himalayan, Pat -solutely. Same stuff comes right out of Pakistan. And that's where most of it is coming from their disorder taste difference between Himalayan pink sea salt. And just like, you know. Yeah. There is you will notice a dip, and it's damn good taste. Jay Leno has. Like, the weird black volcano salt. 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Dawson, this February love amd cannabis is in the air. Whether it's a perfect match for everyone. Visit a madman store and used code Adam Corolla checkout to get ten percent off your purchase terms and conditions apply. I got a lot of tweets on let Vinnie reload for second got a lot of tweets because crank Yankers is coming back, and I was aware of it. But some sort of a fischel the some sort of a fischel release and people got hold of it Thang. Yeah. I'm glad that people like the show. I I'm usually involved in the day today. Yeah. I don't I don't know how I don't know what involvement in the data. Day. I shall be. But me Jimmy and Daniel Kelsen, Danny two sheets are getting back together. You'll be flying to Vegas to make those calls. I guess. The thing. That's funny is the onus is on Jimmy because the thing about crank Yankers is it always had these great. You know? Amenemhat Dave Chapelle, and all these great guys would do. In gals would do the show that Liu Tang clan and stuff like that? And. And Jimmy is going to have to you know, when George Clooney comes on his show. He's going to have to go to commercial. Hey, wanna lay down a couple of whatever which is fine as he was telling me, the problem is George Clooney's gonna go over doing doing auction for charity, whatever like a week from Saturday, and we need an emcee and so Jimmy's going to get sucked in all their that have free is as well. Which is the way it worked in a way should work. And that's the way it's going to go. So we'll keep you guys posted. I had. Poland old crank Yankers, which was Burcham calling into I think mall security place trying to get a job as a mall security guard. And I picked it because I'm in it and it picked it because crank Yankers has come back. But I picked it because it doesn't really you. Don't need much visual on this one. I think it's pretty much just tells the story audibly Burcham trying out for most carry gig. Hello this security guard place. Great. My name's Burcham. I'm new to the area. And I'm looking for a job. Right now, we're not high close any open not hiring. Not hiring guys did three tours in nam and their third degree black belts in taekwondo. Not hiring a guy who can take an A K forty seven blindfolded break it down oil it and reassemble it in less than four minutes. You're not hiring any of them. Not hiring a guy who can kill a man using only his thumb on his left hand. We don't have any openings or the sleep. How you would hiring guy who modified his AK47. ago full on a manic and ended a forty round banana clip to it. You're not hiring that guy not Haruna guy. Customizes Vance like eighteen van you're not gonna hire that guy. You're not gonna hire a guy who laid his life on the line for this country. So that you could go home your lesbian part in a judge. That guy. Hello. You guys hiring? No, we don't. You're not you're not hiring a guy who was a master in the show con- discipline, the martial arts and who trained green berets for four years on the meek con delta before he began history gear tour. You're not hiring a guy who can slide in like a viper and take prey out with Pia. No wire. We haven't gone vacancy. No vacancies indeed. Who is this Mr. Belvedere who? I ran into your kind when I was in nam a squad leader, the your accent never did get along with the man ended up killing him in a bar fight. But that's beside the point point, you guys need qualified personnel. Yes. Or now are speaking to one the you got a bunch of guys couldn't pass the GED cholesterol levels three hundred. You exactly I'm Burcham Vietnam vet in American, right? And we I believe on do question vacancies. Listen, I let me welcome to call back in the. My own arsenal. I don't need any of that. Police issue Mace Ernie of those plastic handcuffs, you fairies are handing out. I come in there with my own uniform, and I play by my own rules, and what do we guard malls? I don't know. You us a question. Good somewhere else. Guys like you and NAN CHU spits you out. Okay. Whatever having nice place. On the bottom of some guys boot. Clifton? Here's what the audience needs to know. I was watching Adam the whole time. He was literally mouthing the words he knows it. But you know, it by heart now. On your free time. I don't even have the box. I've never, you know, those those things obviously, I think didn't start. It didn't start to be a not hiring thing. She just said not hiring. And once I got into the first one, I realize that each take the fully automatic gun and made it automatic. Yeah. Okay. Well, you can be sick. Yeah. Yeah. We don't do. A lot of fact check birches coming back Burcham coming back. We'll see I don't know Yano. We can get Dave Chapelle to come back as the Tang Clave, Tracy Morgan is spoon e love from up above also fifteen years ago. You gotta hold you. Crop a talent there. You know, what I mean, you got a mind this. Jan we got a new gen of people to hop on that as well. All right Vinnie wanted to Vinnie. Are we missing anything breakfast lunch dinner sugar grain guide at any any revelations? Anything new anything we need to know about any products. We might like. Is there? Let's see. I got my kids finally on the like a high fat yogurt. Good with one. Do you know, I think the city's eye cream try to look for good stuff got sunny alternating between the eggs and the and the yogurt. What's it? Good. God you'd love this one. I try you know, I said. I said gimme the said on my rider. Just give me some lunch meat doing this corporate gig lunch means some cheese and some nuts and that got me big container of corn nuts. Right there, sir. I always think it's weird. The reason I think it's weird because doesn't it doesn't not say if the if you wanted cornets on your writer, and you simply said just give me nuts. You could never count on getting if you wanted horn very specific you'd have to have asked for core nuts. Right. They always take. They take the dumbest least paid youngest person on the roster. And they go go out and get this stuff, and they never ably. Screw it up when they come back peach puree, I thought. Yeah. I thought you'd get a kick out of the Coronets. What is the best let I hate Ron. So let's get out of the Ron department. What is the best baked nut or cooked? Not or whatever for that. You would want to somebody to put on their yogurt if there were eating their yogurt. Damian number two, if walnuts taste better pecans are great shave those kind of crunch up timely question. So valentines days in a few days. And some last minute shopping candy is very popular thing. I mean, if you obviously we're talking about degrees of bad to worse. What can you do to mitigate the, you know, the if you're going to get candy for the or some sort of sweets for your sweet, what kinds of things, you know, not as bad. You know, what I'm saying for trying to do is. No, no fad. Is it just it's Valentine's Day as one day. But like you recommend chocolate right over. Yeah. But I mean, what are we doing? Now is is like trying to help some guys now retired and this bad. It's Valentine's Day cheat. Yeah. Brokeback neighbor. Offer one suggestion to you. I just saw it online. There's a girl on Instagram that goes by tastes lovely. And she took two cans of coconut milk or coconut cream and whipped it and dipped it with strawberries and stuff, it looks awesome. I can't wait to do it. So that might be a good alternative. I still I think that is the answer cheat chocolate, but it's better to have chocolate that a piece of chocolate cake. Is that correct? I would just go them as a sees get the half pound of the one don't get three pounds thing. That's going to be sitting around for two weeks, and you're going to keep eating. Get just a small amount and go get the stupid roses and call it a day, you'll dramatic you daddy bear I'll have to call them. Here's your stupid around. Best man. All right, Jim fix. You wanted to talk about he's a guy who wrote a very popular like bestselling book in the seventies. There. A few trends that took place in the seventies. There was like racquet ball got hot in running got hot. And I think it was the running suit somebody came out with something called the tracksuit. We don't call them. Sweat pants. You're wearing right now. That's right. A track suit. And so it's like, ooh, suits, you can put on a track suit, and then you can jog. And also there were tennis shoes. But there weren't running. They just had tennis shoes in the past. And some point like Nike came out like a running shoe, and then Jim fix wrote a book about running. It was like the complete guide. I to me. It was weird that you had to read the book was three hundred pages on jogging with seems weird. But he then killed over and died while he was. Jogging fifty two. Yeah. And you have some update on this. Yeah. You know, because I love you and Marghera goes a love that show. And I was right. Above your house in the rain last weekend up at Sierra Madre doing mount Wilson. And I'm listening to you and Mark and somehow Jim fix came up. And you know, you said, oh, he died at fifty two and everyone always goes jogging is not good for you look at Jim fix. Well, the problem with Jim fixes what people don't know. Besides the fact that he was immense a member is that he was also overweight most of his life until he took up jogging. And then wrote the famous book the book is called the complete book of running. Jim fix was also a two a three pack a day smoker over really up until like eight years before he died. So you can't Robak that clock. Right. Right. Yeah. I mean, once you have that damage you have that damage, and then after he died a couple of years later, Kenneth Cooper who coined the phrase the robotics wanted to really learn what happened to Jim. And he went and studied the autopsy done Jim fix and he found out that besides being a heavy smoker. He had a stressful life with his job, and he had to divorces, and none of that was going well for him. The guy was very stressed out. He also his father died at forty three and there was congenital heart disease in his family. So besides being a beast, most of his life being a multi pack a day smoker for most of his life. You know, kind of like what Jacqueline said he goes if I die bad for business. Right. That's what happened to Jim. So a lot of naysayers Abon all that jogging is not really good for you. And then there's another thing that came out a while later guys like myself, ultra athletes guys, go long really long, they say these guys are having heart problems and they're getting clogged up. So maybe all the sex is is not good for you, the part they're leaving out in the and no one's really doing a study on this is that everybody that goes long is eating nothing but sugar you're like a kid at a birthday party all day long. And we would like to think of our bodies as being like a car where you put energy in and the exhaust blows it out. But even though we're burning up all that energy. We're getting the negative effects of sugar and grains, the whole time. You're riding a bike for twelve or fifteen hours at a whole time. You're running for twenty four hours or what have you? You're still a kid at the birthday party for twenty four hours just eating sugar on top of sugar on top of sugar. No one's looking at that. They're going. He's people run, and they're dying makes no sense. Right. I my nonscientific approach running is whenever I see women running. They look miserable. I see like fifty one year old women running and they have a look on their face. Like, oh, my live cover love to address that. If I please also how about this for an ultra. Fold this into the the green new deal somebody instead of doing the we cross the mountain pass, and we went through the Gobi desert or whatever hook these guys up to a stationary bike that has generator on you got ten hours to pedal that bike it's hooked up to press. And we see who gets the furthest. We'll just see who can get that Prius the closest Vegas. We do it all on like, this Santa Monica Pierre. We don't even go fast. You can go slow. You can go hard. You can take a rest you can step off the bike, whatever it is. But all the same press, and we'll see how far they can get by the way I wanted to do a green gym at one time back in the nineties in LA. Whereas if said of just having all of this energy on the treadmills, and the stair machines and all of them how about we just catch all of that energy with the generative throw them into batteries, and we can run the gym on its own energy. Every day. Why just capture at why just send it right back to the company and then by again, right? You could just run the gym on it. That's the biggest expensive. Jim everyone went to the craziest idea that ever heard. But except for Ed Begley. Yeah. Had I known that baggy shorts. Everyone else. Telling us a horrible idea. I what I'm going to tease one for you talking to somebody called someone today. The thing about all these ear buds as you call people. And you're like what's going on? Like, I'm banging my wife. Okay. Yeah. Let me sit beer down. And it's like, okay. You don't have to answer. But it's just it's not real. It's not a big commitment. Got this little ear, bud. You got your little air bud in your ear and people I call people and they're doing things like a what's going on. I'm in the middle of the liquor store robbery right now. Hold on. I gotta lay down my face. It's gonna be a little muffled like they just answer the phone small bills. I called I called the Matt the Andrea that called him, and he was in the middle of rowing. He was on his throwing rowing not old school rowing machine rowing machine. And I said, oh, how do you like that rowing machine? He said the best I love it. I love it. And I thought I liked the idea of that. And then I thought I'm gonna talk to Vinnie and ask him what he thinks the rowing favorite workout. So you tell us whether. How it ranks to an elliptical and the treadmill or many of the other things in a second. I'll tease it will tell you right now about oh Castrol edge. Oh, okay. Castrol edge. You can tweet us your questions than Pearl show with the hashtag casual challenge with your questions for Castro challenge. Brought to you by Castrol edge formulated with fluid. Titanium technology reduces friction maximizes engine performance three times three times stronger against viscosity breakdown than full synthetics got a question mex- of from Instagram at world rider wants to know NASCAR f one oh F one. I like I just like the nuance of the of the F one. I like the technology of that one. I liked the aesthetic of the F one. But I have the same feeling with f one that I feel with f fighter as an F eighteens and fighter jets and all all that stuff. Which is the computer got involved in the computer killed the aesthetic, the if you take a look at the fighter jets from like, the sixties, and you know, you got the f four phantom and stuff like that they hurricane and the had some a typhoon and they had some pe- fours, and they had some really killer looking vintage sixties early. Seventies stuff. All just written. Just just written at drawn out everything like a bar of soap because people like how do you want to be the most aero-dynamics gotta shaped like a bar, soap it'll be cheap to win. And that's how f one cars used to be two. And then the computer start getting involved. Peter start saying you got to put all these wings and Canard's, and this should go this way, and that should go that win some of it was a little counter intuitive. But the computer in the wind tunnel doesn't. Lie. So then they started shaping these f one cars, and if you find a modern day f one car max, Pat versus one that you know, Mario Andretti. Drove the Lotus John player special like nineteen seventy six it's just such an aesthetically more pleasing car. It's like playmates from the seventies versus the new ones with the weird tattoos and the fake. All right. So I'm going to go F one because I like the technology of f one, but I'm old school at one the older looking I know you like F one better personally. But do you even like NASCAR? Is that anything? That's something. You're even into you. I mean, I appreciate it. I mean, I appreciate these guys running bumper to bumper the two hundred miles an hour, and I just watched a whole like doc on like Dale Earnhardt, jR, goes to toner whatever like I like all racing. It's sorta like gets like a guy like combat sports like you may prefer UFC. But you watch a boxing match or you'll watch them wrestling or something if it's on their into it. I just have steel wheels and lugs and stuff. It's just kind of old school technology like half for me half. The car is technology in the aesthetic and the other half is the the racing part. All right, anyway, thanks for that Castro Vinnie toward rich. What are we miss with you? You were asking me about women running. Yeah. Women running in. Why a lot of people when you see them running the sheer pain. Oh, yes. I've been yelling about that. For years the best way to get in. And you asked me about the roar. Talk about that too. So the women running. People will go and they run, and they think they're in a rocky movie where they have to be running at their ninety two one hundred percent, which is zoned for on your heart. And all you need to do to stay comfortable and to get into the best shape of your life as being zone to which is between seventy and seventy nine percent of your robe capacity now to make that simple for the audience. Take the number one eighty I did not say the number to twenty. This is Jane Fonda class eight take one eighty subtract your age. So let's take you take one eighty minus thirties down twenty-five. And what are you get Gina? I'm too dumb. I I'm only twenty five. Okay, fifty five. So that puts you right in the millages onto so what fifty five is where you want to be all the time. So here's the deal. Let's say you go to Jim you get on the stair machine the rowing machine or whatever you get your heart rate to one fifty five. You don't have to get there and two seconds. Take. Ten fifteen minutes to give there just warm up that you body catch up. Let your lungs heat up. Let you heart open up let let the whole the might. Oh, Conrad is supposed to do that the crab cycle. Do what it's supposed to do. You wouldn't get in your car started up and just ram it into into Gary and go the car would make it very long take your time. And do it stands onto Matt. The Andrea absolutely correct. One of the best indoor workouts, you can do is the roar. I love the roar. It's probably it's a full body workout the problem with the roar. Is you have to constantly measure yourself because you want to start pulling harder and harder. And since his built on a win. You know, the win this catching the thing. That's where the energy is coming from is not linear the harder. You pull the heart is going to push back. So you have to make sure you stay measure the entire time. Right. And it doesn't matter. If you have a crank Catan our number one where are you on prime? I actually do all the way this is harder that way all the way up, but. It's nice because I can relate like my left arm. I left leg if I have to rehab like literally just let go with your right hand or take your foot out the thing. It's more. It's not as like completed you have a brand of rower alike. Also, Katy Perry song. The best to get the the concept to concept Tam, and you could buy brand new for eleven of twelve hundred or you could find even if you find them us. They're going to still be eight nine hundred bucks because they never break ever do break. They will fix one that said he got an old school one. And he got it for like two hundred bucks. And he just upgraded the computer on that. Is a nice a nice money saving tip. All right, James Brolin, his here. I've been excited about this for weeks. Ex-pat? A you have on my list of things to talk about the jetway guy need to get on the plane. But then I talk about that done a lot of podcasts. We did go. I actually still in that same thing. We can we don't think it was on this show. Just talked about it yesterday for about fourteen minutes. Yeah. All right. Don't consult with filling. This is my go. I was ever asked. You know, where you? All right James role and excited. It's coming up next. I I'll tell you about the Tommy John. Let's get ourselves. Some Tommy John more myself some time John right now. I won't nice fire engine red. Prove it to the best man, redefining comfort for men and women with luxurious soft feather light moisture wyking underwear that moves with you know, pinching no bunching. No riding up still looking for Valentine's Day gift. Try their limited edition long wear and underwear including matching his and hers sets last year the limited edition stuff sold out two week. 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I didn't do any homework in high school. But I did my James Brolin homework far neither. Yeah. Grind. I said I but could I ended up you injure? I have no idea why the invited me over here because I'm Chris did I summoned you I made it I made it be this, very cool. I your own my dream board. I wanna talk to Andrew first off. I now the other week that nobody's born or lives in Westwood California. But evidently you were born in Westwood. Wow. You did some homework California where the co theater is. Yeah. That was a hospital. Overlooking the cemetery and I was born, and they tore it down immediately. Have this theater though? Maybe I'll go into that business. You know? And I always said me, and Dr drew are the only two guys in show business wherever borne out here in lived out here our entire life. But I'm now going to add James Brolin to that. Because you know, what we know how to talk to each other. That's right, California. Guys, have just like a another in telegraph between them. There's an understanding you you've just been out here your entire career your entire life. Yeah. So every time I go on a location somewhere. I go. I got a by here and move here. Never have. Also, somebody sent me a random picture of Paul Newman like see production car that I was interested in because I have a bunch of old Paul Newman race cars, and they sent me this picture of this old car that was up on blocks. It's it's up on Jack stands, and I was looking at it. I was looking at the transporter and the Ferrari, which I knew was Newman's. And it says Clint Eastwood James Brolin, Gene, Hackman, Paul Newman on the side of it. Can you explain how that came to be? This was owned by Ray Ramsey who owned for our of Monterrey. And I guess. In Ray was kind of a oddball. And anyway, all five of us went to Bonder on one week hack men and new and all you would. Yeah. And hack. Backman was actually the fastest driver and had the most repairs so grand when he left bond, Iran, Boban Doron. Yeah. Still with us, by the way, and the part of the famous bond around driving school. So you all went where where was that a rally riverside? No, no, no. No just on north north bay San Francisco. I'll really what does that. What does that? Call up and down turn, right? Go to Seca. No, no, no, the one north of the bay. I don't know. Cheers points. Ars point. Thanks. Questions you direct them this way, Sears point. It's it's called Finian. It's had a few different names, Sears points. And it's a good track it to learn on a technical difficult trap berry out some change of elevations off Cambridge turns. And so anyway, we got out of there. And I got a call from Bondra said, you know, if you started younger kid yet a bit of really good driver. How old are you at this point? Seventy when bond seventy three or thirty three or thirty four and Clint Eastwood, and and within and new men are all this some of the biggest male leading stars in the world and Hackman lived in Monterey at the time and Eastwood lived in Monterrey, and I was a friend of Eastwood's, and I met Ray Ramsey up there, and I'd forget, oh, my my dentist. Jim penna? Was there with us? And I forget who else, but there are five or six guys. And when we came back, I got a call from Ray Ramsey who said wants to drive for me. And I said do what why? And he said, I've got this one thirty one which was the world champion rally car, and we're going to start to IMSA campaign it, and I want you to drive. So I spent the next at least six months on weekend every other weekend going somewhere and having the thing blow up on the are have wheel fall off or something. Right. And I heard you I heard you did the twelve hours of Seib ring and hit a pick y'all. Well, that was that was later on when I was driving for BF Goodrich. I drove for Renault for be of Goodrich for five years in some already your life with for five years. It was it was a major thing and I'm doing a series at the same time. So, but I was going on the weekends. You were doing. Let's see what here was that. I'm looking down. It was too. It was earlier than hotel, Marcus Welby, Marcus Welby. Yeah. So you're working fulltime as an actor. And then you're driving. You're doing what what Newman did? But newman. Made feature. So. Yeah. Right. Exactly. Did you spend much time with Newman? I I did you know, I raised again against him at at Connecticut. It lime rock lime rock. Yeah. A few times that was kind of his home track. Yeah. He's he was always up in the front, and I was always near the back. You know? But a lot of these races were were where we had three drivers to you know, we would like endurance stuff. Yeah. I want to Nurburgring was the apex. I wanna I wanna talk about that. Because I love cars, and I love this whole story. And but we're here to plug life in pieces. I should tell people that is coming back the sitcom on CBS and it's four seasons coming back soon. I don't think we have a date yet. No. We don't have a day. Actually, we've been shooting. And. Candace Bergen show was the name of it Brown. Yeah. Came back and didn't do well replaced us for some reason. We're in the top twenty. So they're here. Here's the reason actually is FOX owned half the show and CBS owns have all these networks like to own the whole show there. So they stuck something in there that they owned all of and it's not working, and I think they've replaced even them now. And then we're coming back on in the summer. I don't know how permanent that is. Or what I'm I got a good series in my head right now for the next one. So you're married, Diane. We Senate right? I find her fetching. And I I mean, I fell in love with her when I saw parenthood. She was demaim. Look, oh, Gary like, she was beleaguered that movie had that was sort of a crimes and misdemeanors of Ron Howard effort, which is like that so much going on lots of how many lot of pay those like her relationship with their troubled, son and. Just walking Phoenix young walking Phoenix. And and it was just such fell in love with her. And that moving probably loved her every other I love her now. No, she's just a pistol. I I'm such a such a fan. So you you grow up out here. What do your parents do out here back in the day? Well, that's a good one. My dad. Of actually when I was born he had he had moved out with his parents who were candy and cake bakers to Pasadena to open this, very popular Candian cake, just an outlet. It was just a bakery anyway because it was a local school. My dad was smart enough to get into Caltech and became one of their honor students and was plucked out of Caltech as an engineer to figure out why the DC three was vibrating apart on Donald Douglas. Yeah. Air Sela Marshall aircraft. He ended up going over there became becoming chief engineer at they were all built at Santa Monica. And so that was his first career, then when he I remember later, he was saying to me that you know, these guys these bigwigs, they they put you to work. They take all the credit, and they leave you the dirt, you know. He was plucked out of there by the Lear who's the first guy ever to put a radio in a car radio in an airplane. Perfected the auto pilot. My dad worked for him for over a Lear jets. Yeah. Gio. But at that time, it was Lear avionics. Do you know that he has a daughter? I believe who I met whose name Chande. That's right. How would they do that? To honor Chande now chandelier. I feel like that's a smart move. I feel like you're leaving money on the table name. Clear. You don't go with Chande. So your dad was avionics guy or an an a construction engineer it worked in that world in that world and out here for many many he went to work as thirds career was going to work here in Glendale for whammo. Yeah. With the hula hoop and the Hudsucker proxy. Yeah. Yeah. Because he was an inventor all so then he designed thing that made the coal snap on bathing suit bra. Familiar? It was a wired gallon. You just snap it on. And there was no ties or anything. So he made the machine that made the wires. And then he got he started studying geology and got an amer- with the the lost Dutchman mine in Arizona. So we moved to the superstitions for a couple of years while he's up there in the ended up owning silver and tungsten because you know, that at this at this time that would be worth maybe fifty billion dollars in gold while it was old for Elta gold that was lost in an in an earthquake in cave cat. You can't is super renaissance. See, well, then he went broke. They always go, bro. Browse came back to LA. Somehow. We lived in Brentwood, you know, nice area. And he started building houses one at a time. And then he started building complexes of apartments, and so he had like five careers. So I remember going. You know, he'd say you wanna go with me today. This was a rarity, and I'd get in the car and go with them, and he'd get there any say wait in the car, and he'd go in this house, and it'd be there two hours and come out. I don't know where it was. But we can guess. He had a gal could be I don't know. I never knew. But that was my outings with my dad. He did what he wanted to do. He took me fly fishing, which he wanted to do. So I learned to fly fish. He he took me on a lot of things that he wanted to do. And so even though he's an asshole. I got a lot out of it. Yeah. You know what I mean? Courage, I go. Well, if he can do that. I can do that, you know. Well, you do your licensed pilot, right? Yeah. And you've have a background and some building and some construction do some stuff that I enjoy very much. I'm very into that lumber yard for the last forty years that we started on a whim just to try and get wholesale lumber for a project. Really? Yeah. Where's the lumber yard the in San Luis Obispo? Wow. I is I again of taking a deep dive on James Brolin start finding out all this super interesting stuff. So for you, you grow up out here your dad's dynamic, but it's kind of thing where it's like, he's a great guy. But not for dad like, I think can we all recognize I may be one of those dance. Good. Sounds cool to hang out and watch the game and have a beer with this guy. But not full-time. So let's right. You you. Unfortunately, your dad's full-time with you, the world's greatest drinking buddy in the world's greatest wing man in the world's greatest literally wingmen way, man. But not dad. Right. Exactly. So I watch him, and I want to and I couldn't help but mimic him a lot of things. But as far as the buddy now, don't depend on. So what what do you do where do you go to high school Uni Uni out here? Barrington Wilshire there to Brentwood, and you know, all all around that area. So what what's the plan back in the day? Like, what is your dad? Does he have hopes and dreams for you? Or just wait in the car while I bang my grandma. Oh, the only one ever heard is, you know, just get into college and get a lot agree. You'll be able to walk into any door. You want doesn't matter. What business you go into got a lot of green? You got it made. So. Let's see I'm trying to figure my first inkling as an act well actually couple of buddies in school. Jan berry and dean Torrence became Jannes. And indeed. Yeah. Yeah. I remember the day they came to John's father and my father were friends. So I had a little association with them because of that and both both fathers bought the first Ampex recorder ever made in a box about this looks like a little suitcase knee opened it up and there's two reels. And right. Well, John's dad had one. So so what happened? Oh. Cool. Confection store in Pasadena. Co granny gulp. Yeah. Look, I know we're good I asked so Jan so you're friends with Jan and dean. Yeah. And so they they hit a PM on the garage jam put. Thumb tacks in the hammers. So it had a different sound any learned that and G seventh the three rock enroll courts, and they did a song called Jenny Lee. And they put it out to the radio stations and came to school one day with a bag full of dimes handing every call KF WB member killed, sir. News ninety eight now and request this tune well became number one at least in California number one. They're coming to high school. This is still. Yeah. Yeah. We're we're as seventeen. Wow. Yeah. Yeah. Now, there was obviously a deadman's curve as a head of theirs. And then there's a very tragic accident where Chan Kenny lead. Great. He hit like a gardener's truck in like a flatbed truck in like a poor red or something he was barely hit. Or he was a fast driver on just loved fast cars and drove him hard every day. He was in a corvette. And he was at deadman's curve, which is the big curve just entering UCLA on sunset share and on a semi or a tanker was turning left any went under it, and he was four years old after that. Well, how old was he during the accident early twenties? Yeah. Started early. There's been at least one or two like TV movies about the sort of life in time to Channon dean. So Jan so smart. He was not only did he parlay that into several albums, but he was about to graduate from California medical school with an MD degree before that during the actually I think last year med school. So going out every weekend, concerts, you know. Wow. All right. Well, we'll we'll talk about the beach boys in the rip courts a little bit later. James? I want to get back to James Brolin here. So okay. You know, some show biz guys a little bit. There's a little dabbling. What would your dad think about you? If you nnounced you wanna dact ten thousand one chance against you. Right. So he degree is reversed. Right. So he he wants you to go out and do something a little more pragmatic. Oh, yes. A wind. Does acting. I'll tell you what. He's he did. He said, okay. You start at UCLA, and I'll pay for your gas. And your lunches. So I was at UCLA for about six months theater arts major, and that was my second. I was first at Santa Monica City, College and then transferred to UCLA when he gave me a Bill is here. Here's how much only so far. A change my life change my life. Then then my dad was really an asshole from then. Broke that's play in life in pieces on trying to parlay this. You know, you love him. He's you're dead. You know, you level and nine now level the things that he taught me, but hand me a Bill that really changed my life and might have literally made my career, but I went to. Okay. This is what I'm gonna do an actor now. And I got a commercial with dodge driving a truck. And the matter of fact, they approached me on a street. I was I was going to say young wasn't at a time. You were strikingly handsome young, man. It was time. When people would discover, very aesthetically strong, looking male and females and probably I mean, you know, Paul giamati had to earn his way onto the snow Yance in fashion. Right. But but back then we just went look, it's it's not rocket science. You got memorize a couple line. We don't we don't need a ton of emoting get the best people we can find and just put them tell them to hit their Mark and discovered you. I mean, you're just walking down the street the street. Somebody said would you be interested in doing a commercial? I wouldn't have to talk would. I I literally said that. And they said matter of fact, not you just we got a cowboy hat and driving dodge truck. That's all. So I did the thing. And then they call. This was BB Dino largest company in America for commercials. Right. And they call me back to do another one. Right. Kind of like a sequel San guy driving the truck. And when I was there an agent came up to me. And so they seem to like you, you know, we'd like to represent you. So the next thing, I know, I'm doing gala wine commercial and the Screen Actors Guild as saying, okay? Well, you're not Taft Hartley anymore. You owe us six hundred dollars for mbership. Are you never work again as just paid me four hundred dollars, which after taxes was grant who fifty or am I going to get six hundred dollars? This is a losing business. Well, yeah. Yeah. So you want me to go on I do then I went off to then I heard about a friend of mine dads who was building. My dad was building a house. My dad helped develop trusdale states here. Yeah. And this guy was producing a movie charge Dale states, by the way, some of the most expensive real estate in California. And there was a day where you know. They just cleared the trees it was a half mile by half mile of just dirt on a hill. Now, it's the most expensive priority in town. But anyway, one of these guys was producing mutiny on the bounty. And then I Marlon Brando is like in it and everything so I approached the guy and he said, yeah, you'd be good to play Brando son in the movie, so I'm off to Tahiti to play Brando son and throughout the next year and Tahiti I'm in the movie out of the movie, the movie's postponed because of rains and one soon, so I spent a year and Tahiti I come back home, and I'm parking cars, unless Unika Lowry's and Dino's. Yeah. Is still there. Yeah. Yeah. And I get an appointment. Oh, go and see this this agent that that said, you know, we'd be interested in you. And they said, oh, we'd like to get you an appointment over over at FOX tomorrow morning at ten o'clock. They're looking at some young people that morning at ten o'clock. I went under contract for seven years. Two two. And I'm just nineteen. I'm just about twenty. It was like June of nineteen sixty or something did now did you probably know the answer to this. But does your dad ever come around as ever see on Marcus Welby or my favorite trapped? Well, part of that. But but he used to call and make reservations under Berlian there. It is. It is James Brolin need a table for four tonight. And he started using the hell out, and you know, and coming to the studio wherever shooting, and I go L K. I know him it last about an hour. It'll be gone, but he was never problem after that. He was just proud. And you know, I've, you know as a young kid, I got a little Pissy because. Okay, now now, the tables reverse, right? Look at you groveling, you know. Well, I mean, and then you have Josh, of course. Yeah. Who I did the Toyota I think I did the Toyota grand prix the first year. I did the celebrity to to cramp with him and Hughes rambunctious, I would I would lay rambunctious. I have two sons one is so laid back and lazy and probably the happiest of all of us. Josh is so aggressive. I remember at a certain point. Hi foot. I said they would say, so what was happening is everyone was going out to willow springs, and they would stay at willow springs, which is one hundred miles in in the desert because it had to do this driving school that was like do Monday, then Tuesday, and everyone stayed a hotel, and they party their asses off and all sorts of hiding Kurt. Now I had to work at night. So I was like going back and forth and back and forth. I never but one day. I think the day before the race. One of the guys I think you'd probably find a picture this. It was he was an announcer was Steve I can't it was named. But he's down in the lobby and everyone trained for weeks to do this race. And he's like I'm out of the race. I'm like what happened is like this. Okay. To my shoulder. Like what happened me and Josh Brolin's some of the other guys drinking and hotel room? We start wrestling like Josh dislocated my shoulder like everyone out of this race zone hands. And I thought that's why didn't go up to the room. Like, I remember. Everyone's like, we're the room. We're getting drunk Russell. That's a story that not only surprises me. But I hadn't heard. Yeah. Yeah. Steve in it was the first year. I did it. He was a local sports guy. And anyway, he ended up in a sling with at this kid one day average age was like thirty seven and a half. When this fight went down. I mean, it was it was good natured wrestling. I don't judge. But I thought Josh is a go fort kind of pity picks on him in a bar, but he's not an aggressive type of guy. You got to apart fight on the set of while they're shooting w right? Like, you didn't get arrested in Texas was that the one up in Louisiana is some way he was he was on location. And I think that had to do with somebody in the bar being kicked out who shouldn't have been kicked out. Okay. I remember hearing the stories it was defending a guy getting messed with unfairly James one the second one and seventy eight by the way, our games. I'm sorry Graham. Yes. Yeah. Steve Hartman, what's the guy got his arm dislocated by Josh up in the room. Clear who disliked shell. They're all. I know is those guys went up the room to drink and Russell, and I was like, I'm sleeping at home tonight. So I shot. That reminds me of a race. Let's see started driving car the homologated lay car, which was just faster than snot. That's the turbo. Yeah. How're and that was had river one and my French partner for Renault was killed in that race lost it and slid sideways and hit the wall like a karate chop. Wow. Nap does that was your driving partner that race? Yeah. In your car in. Well, we were both right. You're taking the LA times endurance race. They probably had ever side. They had like the whatever I think they just call it the LA times grand prix or whatever it's like an eight hour endurance race in riverside, which was a huge big track out here. And I believe I drove for jet Ken, cook, the the nine thirty four nine twin Porsche nine thirty five was two twin five to tell you that ROY. Ralph stumbling died in a nine thirty five at riverside. He drove with Newman at LeMond died a short period of time later at riverside. And a nine thirty five is you know, what I was at sea. Bring the this was after I hit the pig that night, and I was practicing. I was going through the chicane. And it was just after dark, which is or at dark. You know, which is the toughest time on a track. Can't see you can't judge. Well, and suddenly. In in the dust. I see this. What looks like a hog? I mean, a four hundred pound hog, and it was a pet that somebody had brought because you know, the whole center the track is loaded with motorhomes drunks. Right. Well, they brought their pet hog the hog Florida's and it's running across the track at the chicanes, and I go this mother is going to scoop right up this Porsche hood and right through the windshield. And take my head off the out unless I get this thing sideways. It's very I hit the brake, and I did what I did. And guess what? It caught the front of the left tire and rip the arm and the tire completely off the the nine twenty four Porsche. He's driving is low with a long wasn't it of now. No, no. Who's a six now? It's a four really I don't remember that. But it was well a little car. I didn't drive it. Remember? I'll remember I'll never forget. What's turbo charged four people? Don't get mired in six or four in racecar trend because they have one cars with four sellers eight hundred dollars our all how they put the turban, but it's a long low front hood. It's like a wet show. The pigs. Come through the windshield decision had to be made in how many milliseconds, and so, but you know, I would just amazed that that tire and a arm just passed me like nothing. And then the truck drivers later brought this cooked hog in the morning to me and said there was they found him in the ditch rolled over in the wasn't a Mark on his skin. That's why they make footballs out of these bastards. Truckdriver tow-truck guys guys on the trout. Yeah. All right nine twenty four that mister Burl and drove it c- bring should have had it two point two or two point four liter more cylinder. Turbo amazing charger on it. You you confirm that. So anyway. To finish the store the next morning. The the car was fixed like new same car. These guys got that car together so fast. It was unreal. And I drove that day and it was on the straightaway Seabourn, which is a long runway. It's an airport seven thousand foot runway. Okay. So you come out, and you go onto their, and you you finally you can shake your hands and loosen up and drive with one finger and put your foot in it and get up to one hundred ninety miles an hour. Problem was is there's a flag down there. That says you're not gonna make that u-turn unless you downshift right now ups breaking markers. Yeah. I just passed it. Oh, got old. Boy, I quit that day. I go I'm going to kill myself now and quit that day that was five years of driving. I went they keep putting the in these cars that are way over my head. I started in you know, in the. Fiat one thirty one I still belong in there. Or a mini Cooper in partner. Riverside. Which is crazy. Yeah. Before I don't know. I'm going to tease this. But KOMO wonder if he'd they'd had a Hans device the head and neck restraint system back then I'm wondering I feel so yeah is very positive. Yeah. He hit you know, like a karate chop. He hit that car against a wall. Exactly the front. No more than the back. Right. Just slammed. Yeah. And his head neck took all the force. Then let me tell you about Scott turf builder. And then we'll get onto other James Brolin subject easy to get the lawn. Your dreams by simply feeding your lawn. A few times throughout the year feed your lawn. Four times a year for thick green and lush lawn. Help to crowd out those pesky weeds and create a greener, stronger, more resilient lawn. Scott's no-quibble money back guarantee, if you're not satisfied, you'll get your money back once in early spring late spring again summer and then in fall, and you get a greener stronger lawn all year long he'd some of this stuff semi sound this patchy lawn. You know what I mean? I got I got even nice and green lush take it Scotts and send some to bald Bryan over there. So it can be the envy of his cO. This ask picks. Start your Scots build a program today. This is. Is Scott's this is a Scots yard everybody. All right talked a lot about cars. You're living with Babs. Now in Malibu, right? Twenty two years. Congratulations. How many square feet in? How many square feet is the home? It's about it's about eight thousand plus the garage in the office, Las Scotts turf builder. Yeah. Yeah. Oh, no. We got lots of lawn milk doubt about that. Always hear the story. Here has it. Just so beautiful. I heard the story that there's a shopping mall on the premise such bullshit real. In possibly Broadway show called buyer seller. It's not really total bullshit. But here's the deal, partial. Here's here's the deal. We decided with the lot next door that we were going to build a barn. Look like Connecticut barn and move over there. Right. And we built it, and we still have it. But in it, we we did a basement, and I had been this really my wife's idea, but I had been to to. In atlanta. Landa underground they used to call. Do you? Remember that? Now undergrad was one of the first undergrad, you know, like in Boston and some of the Canadian cities you can go shopping underground. Well, the weather. Yeah. Yeah. Well, there was no such thing then. But so Atlanta underground was really unique. You could go down and would shop and there'd be bars and things like that. So I went, you know, like in the base, it wouldn't be great. If the, you know, the doors were, you know, look like shopping street, and it's really just rooms and one bedroom is called the an teashop because it's got old furniture and old decoration and another she collects dolls. So there's the doll shop there. But it's no more than a gorgeous storage room. No one's being employed. No janitorial enough. No. As a matter of fact, the neighbors at one point said, we know that you're going to, you know, begin to bring in the public and sell jams and jellies and. Because it looks like a farm building corners, by the way tonight. Twenty four Carreira GT are two leader motor with the turbo. Charger on it making robusta three seventy five. Horsepower. To ninety nine foot pounds of torque price was seventy five thousand back in the day. Nineteen eighty you mean from a dealer, I don't I don't know stewed guard. I dunno where you. Made. And none of them were were sold like for streets. St. version of it. But so Malibu what about the fires? The fires jumped PCH tiny horrible. I don't have heard buddies been over Canaan, but it looks like a war zone. Looks like elephants skin with a couple of hairs sticking out. You know, did you did it you're on the other side of PCH? I mean on the ocean side, we're on the top of the cliff fitting get near you five houses away burnt down. And then a house twelve feet from that wasn't even scorched. So a lot of it had to do with the direction of wins and Venturi up canyons and between houses, and and we're you guys evacuated. Yeah. We were they wouldn't let us back in for two two weeks twelve days. I I was gone. And you know, if I hadn't been with my wife, I probably would have been like the surfer boys and few of the father's fifty guys stayed there and help. Put out other and save other houses. Yeah. But. Surprised that the insurance companies are coming in. And really, you know, how they usually screw you. They're they're putting out mind because guess what? Now does not gonna burn for ten years. So it's a cash cow for the insurance companies and they're bending over backwards to make things right? I'm prized. I gotta say there's something. There's some every time I go to the ocean. I make the make the same announcement. I make when I have. There's an egg salad sandwich or fish and chips. I go I got to do this. Eating turkey. Whenever I go the ocean, especially that stretch of the ocean. Just look at it. You just go God. But then if you lived here, maybe two sane like do you ever go somewhere? Like if you go to like, oh sane Laguna Seca before and you go to Monterey and some point your drive around into go. There's Monterey highschool imagine going that's your high school high school right in the middle of Saint Alina wine country, right right school here. But then maybe you'd be too sane. Be enough adversity. Maybe need of of the bully. May Jan and dean. Jannine dean, of course, we're sir for you it so at fifteen somebody drove me out to Malibu, and I went whoa. Look at this. And all all the great surfers where Malibu pier in those days. And it was all, you know, there was not much traffic on the Coast Highway in anyway by sixteen I was out there parking cars at the place called the raft and the Tonga which is now Nobu sheriff. And there was a thing called peer view in between where they had sought us on the floors of same same place. No move out, and I parked cars there for years and and surf I was a poor surfer. Josh is a great surfer. Bob is a poor server, but I couldn't give up Malibu and to twenty two years ago have met this Dame that owned a house out there. Very unlikely couple. I'm sure it's been said before I don't mean that room. I don't mean that a pejorative seem like an unlikely coupled. So are you a big Barbra Streisand fan before you meet Barbra Streisand? I saw is so funny because I've always loved lady in girl singers. Right. But I was kind of unaware she was just kind of like wherever and then one day, I saw her in the she did a free concert in the park with one hundred and fifty thousand people I don't know if you remember back in the seventies or something, and I went she's got a good voice. But I love what she says between songs, and I went let me let me air, Mark. And I passed her a couple of times at award shows and nodded, and she was busy by you know, she may look than look the way in this about it wasn't until. I've been divorced for about five five years and was living at the marina in a little apartment. And somebody said would would you think about dating Barbara's, a no, what would you think about dating me? They said, and they called a friend of mine, actually, I tell her tiller I'm going out of town. So she called back the next day and said, what would you think about dating my friend, Barbara Streisand? Oh, oh, yeah. I remember that. That out. So we're both that night on our way to a party. That's literally created for us of three tables of ten people out on a porch and a beautiful July night. Overlooking. The Beller golf course voice that fall in love point. Well, anyway, I'm on my way. And I pick up the phone on who needs this. Dial and it's ringing and she's on her way from cutting mirror has two faces which she just directed and starred in and cut. The editors are waiting at the studio while she goes to this stupid party. Right. And she picks up the phone and goes, I need this like a hole in the head. We both went. Yeah. Yeah. Go so we up showing up there and just very stilted and everything, and it wasn't until I had always dyed my hair, you know, during hotel really dark and had them. Make look real Italian. You know, like curly and everything and somebody some wet. She just get real, dude. You know? So I shaved it all off right down to here, except there was a little copper endings on their. I we were twenty nine people sitting at dinner and she walked up she was downstairs with the kids. I'm going where is this woman? You know, she comes up and she comes around me. And she goes who fucked up your hair? Oh, man. Somebody's telling the truth here. This is what I liked that the concert, you know. So anyway, it was love right. From that moment. It was like God. I trust this person and capable of lying. It was that her way of flirting with you or she was at that point. Not sure just truth just is. I mean, if you ever hear any stories about her believe her not whoever's telling the story because she she's in capable of lying. I'm a good liar. All right. We'll take ourselves a quick break. We'll come back, and we'll do the news James Brolin right after this. Parola? Hey, Eric Stromer case kind of my thing. Hi, I'm Eric stroller. Let's not living the past listen to ace on the house because me and Stromer. Dispense building advice every Saturday hot cast one apple Todd. How might even goes I say professional building. Hey, give me some cough. There you go. Here. I go. I'm running on the house every Saturday on the digital download now at Adam Corolla dot com. The podcast one app and wherever you listen to podcasts ace on the house. 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ACS (Part 1): Courtney Hansen and Hollywood Hand Me Downs

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ACS (Part 1): Courtney Hansen and Hollywood Hand Me Downs

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This is the Adam Corolla show Adams guest today television host Courtney Hansen with Gina grad on news, Brian on sound affects Hemel take a look and moving memorabilia brises around Hollywood hand. And now. Putting the head row in the hetero. Normative? Adam Cole get it on get it on no choice. But to get an on mandate kid it on thanks for tuning in. Thanks for sharing this other ratings today, they went up again because it you guys sharing the show with a friend or coworker loved one and beyond good day Gina grant. Brian Jaso confused between the t pain of the Popper to know, what to do have some very very diverse thoughts. Lots of many different dots today. Divers dive. We need to lightness studio up a little bit. I'm not talking about later. I just have these sort of random thoughts as I as I sit and watch things I was watching 'em a last weekend. There was a sort of preliminary bout not one of the main bass, but up in their evening and to do going at it pretty good. And the one guy gets the other guy into a chokehold and they're scrambling on the ground and the one guy feverishly trying to not be choked out the other guys feverishly attempting to choke the other guy out it's kind of a bizarre scramble, they do a Certa curly thing where they go on the ground and peddle their feet around and go into a circle I've never really seen it before they do. And the one guy never been choked out, and he's I don't know. Eighteen and nine or something. There's a decent record never been choked out, whatever. And at some point in the wrath is in there. And he's on topple thing. Because what happens when guys get choked out? It's one of two things. What's actually three things? It's I don't get choked out, and I'm okay, I'm able to get out of this. But sometimes there's some gray area. Like, are you getting out of it? Are you still being show? Right. The next one is I'm being choked out, and I'm tapping out. I'm letting you know goal I'm going down. And then there guys God love these guys wiring. They get choked out until they pass out. They will not they won't tap out. They'll just go to become unconscious in which case that's up to the raff because he's not moving. But we don't know if he's holding on or he's passed out. It's a little hard. There's some gray air. What are they supposed to do? And and doesn't sure back that. They they typically grab one of the guys hands. Who's being choked out lifted up and drop it if it basically flutters back down to the earth. He's out if he's using that hand and other guys in a hole HOGAN pulled out move time. On the third one. Yeah. Finally races to the sky once in a blue moon, another guy who I would love to hire. While he's being choked out periodically gives thumbs up to the ref to let him know. I'm not out. We get. Wow. Right. Power move. But I thought power would be the one be shocking. That's kind of. The one leading into be like, I got this thumbs up don't worry about it. So power bottom of the other. That I thought it was funny is so I was watching the fight. I dunno. Max, Pat, I'm sorry for putting you on the spot. But it was one of the prelims from last week Saturday night card. Also, something crazy. Great name the Koreans ambi- one of the guys who's fine. Also sounds like a great drink. That's right. The crease soju the Korean zombie. They have five minute rounds in the end and they're doing three rounds at the at at four minutes and fifty nine seconds of the last round. He was knocked out. Oh, literally knocked out the bell doesn't save you. I guess 'em. He was literally knocked out with one second left. How does one earn nickname the Korean zombie after soom half half the ways being Korean? Yeah. I think he. Back lash of others. I think he got it from like just constantly walking forward and taking copious amounts of punishment and never sort of having deter him from his appointed rounds, I will say I'll finish my. I haven't got to my thought yet. But it was an interesting thought. This half of the show brought to you by hymns to him sat com slash Castro challenge. You can tweet us your questions at Corolla show. Hashtag cash challenge. Mad men as well. It men dot com. Watch the last ten seconds. Oh, five or five. Sorry. My pardon me. It was a championship fight the refine five minute rounds with ten seconds left, ten seconds left. And this fight. I think could have gone either way at this point with ten seconds left there standing there, and they give each other look like all right? Well, we've gone. Twenty four minutes and fifty seconds of a twenty five minute fight. There's ten seconds left. We're both on our feet. We're both going home. We're going to it decision. We'll watch the last ten seconds Koreans ambi- fighting other chat. Maybe brazilian. Oh, sorry. Thank you. I shook hands or standing there. Now, ten seconds if I over and ten seconds. I mean, you would've thought it got to ten sex before he went down. Last second knockout when they at ten seconds. They're both standing there in front of each other going when are we going to do any literally through an upper elbow? Glanced him. When you see it. It's less Glancy. Then you then you think is back with to us. But anyway, cartoon pose fell cartoony post, but with one second one-second could have been point eight seconds left in the fight the Koreans AVI was knocked out. But earlier there was a fight. Or a guy was choked out, and you don't need to see at the reason. He was up for rounds. The one Jesus cries all you needed to do literally not engage like there's ten seconds left. You fought this guy for half an hour. They're ten seconds life. You literally need to stand in his vicinity without engaging for ten seconds. And you're going to get your hand raise. But you wanted to mix it up, even though you're up for rounds with ten seconds left and nine of the seconds went fine. But then the guy hit you with a crazy upper Elbe, which nobody ever throws. And you were completely knocked out. Okay. That's what I love about the sport. Anyway. So here's my philosophical question. Earlier that night one of the prelims the one guy who never been choked out was being choked out at a certain point. You couldn't tell as is close you're sort of grimacing he didn't see removing, but sometimes tuck their chin down, and they're not really being joked out the wrath like was like what's going on? You gotta think what's going on to the raft. Hat man is literally having the life choked out of them. You have to ask their tain. Whether this guy is in this fight or or he's literally passed out and being at now, we're heading toward homicide here. Yeah. So every second feels like an hour that you stand there and watch a lifeless guy being show the guys choking him. It's just gonna keep choking until somebody does something. So that some point the ref like leans in any kind of grabs his left arm his loose arm. Any kind of moves it to see if it's. Fighting or flopping it sort of moves easily and he waves it off. After he waves it off the guy who's never been choked out is out of his mind upset at the ref. This is an outrage. A how dare you stop the fight prematurely? I was in the fight. I was fighting the choke. I knew what I was doing. A you pulled the plug on my career in this fight for the fans and everything prematurely. And he was outraged over the actions of the referee, and I thought to myself potentially lifesaving actions. You know, you've arrived a country where the guy stopped you from being shocked, and you are fucking cursing his family. It's like, this is an outrage. Oh, you will be visited by my seconds, kind, sir. Like inset? He he was was around for not incest, incensed, close, incest. That this guy who's just only there to really look after everyone's being jumped in a moment early and stopped. You from being choked death, and he's like thrown his mouth piece and trotting all over the thing. And I thought it is ironic that you're pissed at the one guy who's trying. Yeah. To save your life. Now, I do want to see like how close this guy to death like the referee clearly has reffed other bouts before he knows what to look for is it herb dean. It's a I don't I don't know if it was herb team. I've said this a million times learned it watching karate kid, many years ago, the rafts are always scarier than the fighters. John McCarthy, there's guy out there with fully tat and pony tails on both side. There's shaved head guy with arms bigger than anybody in the ring. They are always you don't say that in the NFL play on the NBA. But I'm telling you in the octave gone. These rafts are scarier than the fighters the subconscious element is those fighters ones getting a million ones getting half a mil for their payday the refs and there is getting his. Five hundred bucks for the night. Yeah. Quiz knows foot long serving himself into this fight. You saw the arm when you saw him kind of jostle the arm. Did you think it was clear, it was view aired because he pulled his arm sort of sometimes they lifted up, and they drop it, and it's sort of like, you know, fun fun like when Philly cheese steak falls asleep on the side of the bed. All this. Pickus palm drive the he's snoring and he doesn't know anything. And it's like plop. He's he's asleep. Clear. It's clear this choke Philly cheese. Stick clear for the night. This guy sort of pull this arm down. And he didn't really resist him doing it and kind of stay there. But on the other hand the second they wove it off. He was very lucid where sometimes when they wave at off if guys pin choked out, he's a there's a little disorient like what just happened. He didn't. He didn't have that. I'll let max Pat look for that. Just so we can try to make our thing. I just thought it's ironic that this guy. Waves off this guy prevents a guy. Who's behind you? Choke your outrage that he engaged in this behavior. Right. I kinda would say that. If I was ref like you do understand. I'm not doing this to like many things we do to our to our own benefit. This is. Don't shoot the message here. I'm just trying to get you unshowy. You are being choked out when I stepped in. This didn't involve me kicking in your bedroom door yelling what's going on in. This is being choked out in public virus in a space that I'm kind of in charge of. So what are you going to do? You know what I mean? No, thanks, very all right. The other thing I realized that as we're sort of sprinting toward. Becoming women in the society. And I've always said the you'll get Gina. The. The the rise of the octagon cage fighting is just that all the extreme sports are born from all of the bubble wrap or putting around society. I was talking to someone the other day said, you know, ten years from now, I think we're just gonna have the octagon in safe spaces. I just think they'll be rooms filled with stuffed animals and counselors and other guys in their pants putting their Sheehan on other guys orbital sock. And I was like that that will be all we have they'll beat the they'll be ninety seven percent of the country will be in a safe space and the other three percent will be an octagon trying to choke each other. Yeah. To grabbed it either extreme. That's right. That's how that's how it works. When you have to choice. Can you can you're on your towel? Tell you you're in. Right. A passage. I'll tell you when it's time for you to make your mouth, I'll make it for you. All right. You got a sign. You got a sign that's the full little jacket. The ahead taunt since ceiling o-, Mark arrogance. That's. Funny. I was doing a reasonable doubt. With Mark Garriga's the other day, he's getting ready to go to trial. So we got to get reasonable doubt in the Bank because once he goes to trial. So he still hard to get hold up for a few weeks. Sometimes I know and. He I don't know how we got onto the urban dictionary. But I was telling him. Oh, yeah. Look up urban dictionary. You look under my name, you'll see a bunch of entries and he did. And you know, there's waffle crapper and behind and all the classy stuff, and I there may be ten or twelve and Mark said, well, let me see what happens when I punch mining into urban dictionary and Mark eras punched his name in and it said nothing under Mark era goes, but but look here max, Pat of what was the suggestion for what you should look for when you typed in Mark arrogance is name fucking loser. Oh. It is kind of funny in real time when you're going. Yeah. Look yourself up. Yeah. Well, not I'm not listed here. But let me look at look down. Just fucking loser. Like come on. Man comes quite a blow schyster. I get. User. Yeah. Yeah. Just fucking dufuses. How did he take it takes? He takes a like all super rich guys. Take everything they laugh, dry tears with a hundred dollar Bill, right? Yeah. Let's see it was Chas skelly Bursa versus Bobby Moffett. All right. There's about thirty there about two and a half minutes left in the last round. The fight is a Chaz against Bobby doesn't happen. Very often clean. Yeah. He's said chasse. Yes. Only says not that often. So they're scrambling around doing the curly shuffle. I'll show you. And then you tell me if the guy being show, you tell me guy being choked is out or not he's laying on his back. He's trying to defend it. The ref wants to know. Too soon still moving he was moving. But when the ref moved us arm away, he didn't offer any resistance. Watched a ref. He moves his arm. He's he's not resisting the arm movement. I don't I don't know if he's out or not. But he's not he when you're being choked out, and you're using your free hand to try to get the other guy's hand. And somebody starts to try to remove your hand from where the businesses, and it just sort of glides back your hip without going. What's eating? Why we pulling my hand away from the I'm trying to protect my neck. I get it wasn't floppy. But he moved his arm weirdly down to his waist, and he didn't really offer any resistance. And normally they lifted and drop it which is a much easier sign, so it's pretty great. You can watch it. Why don't you one more time? And see I think when you watch for not resisting not he didn't really resist the arm move. I'm kinda with you. I'm playing devil's advocate here. Trying to push this knee. He kind of did a weird. It was a loose arm that he moved now again responsible thing by stepping in. But it's both though because you're right the arm just kind of went wherever it went. But the body was still very much emotion. Yeah. Well, people react very differently to things like people get knocked down. She there Fink their feet curl up and their legs straight stiffen out. Fulfill all the time NFL, it's not cold his arms kind of go like this. Yeah. So sometimes when you're at a air, your body kinda does things mostly just goes limp. It look it was very coin toss. I just thought it was funny that he got up started yelling at the guy trying to save his life. I don't feel like you see that as a paramedic. Or almost anywhere. Trying to do as I was like as a guy works at restaurants perform the Heimlich I'm someone who's choking on a pork chop. I just don't feel like I get yelled at. It's the only place you really get yelled at for trying to prevent someone from being choked. You get showered with gratitude almost everywhere almost everywhere else. All right. So one guy was pissed and the other guy was over the moon about it. Because I some cool. Yes. Took tested or first movie yesterday. Oh, yes. It was awesome. The movie was what it was we sell the Grinch is into the Grinch. Like watching the trailers on apple TV, apple TV trailers. Right. So the trailer into it. There's three different this. You want them all the time came out last weekend and to go see the Grinch in theaters like, yeah. Not knowing exactly what that means. That was my worry what several ways number one was going to be too loud. Number two is going to be just scare you know. It's a huge screen number three. She was gonna get restless talks you want to get up and down. I was thinking myself. All right. We'll see half this movie. And that'll be that she was into it in doing. It was the pictures up here, but on Instagram to raise, you know, just turn to a couple of months ago. Wow. Yeah. Seems to I thought she was that. I thought she was too. But I'd seems too young to be into doing it. Right. And that's exactly what I was thinking. But she was other. This is the trailers and such. So I was able to snap picture while the lights were damn and she was enraptured watched a whole. Movie the whole towards the end she started. She she got. She was on mommy's lap the entire time. The last ten minutes she got up and wanted to stand at the seat in watch. Because. But but literally at age to watch the entire movie and seem to follow along and follow along every piece of dialogue. But I just mean was there and didn't wanna get up and leave at any point. No, not at all. It was good because it was a it was obviously all families and kids it we're surrounded by kids. Lots it was been feel better because a lot of talking. So I didn't feel bad if Tessa hadn't outburst, which she didn't. But there are several times where you know. That's the grant. That's right. It's called the Krant. Yeah. But she was into man. It was obviously special for me 'cause I love movies going to movies. And I was like oh, man. How how's this gonna go? Baby, fill vol's. He was into man. I think I mean, there's nature and you're at work here. So it's hard to figure out. But I say that's a good sign like at age to being able to sit and really sort of focus and track along with a full length. Movie is good. Plus the trailers good sign. I don't know what to call it other than a good, son. You my favorite part was the whole thing was when we take an extra segment yesterday. So I had to meet Christie and Tessa at the movies. They're already sitting down seven my seat for me. And as soon as I put my head in around thing. She looks dead easy. The whole theory, of course to here because it was right Ryan trailer. It was pretty cute was a movie self good this fine. Actually by the studio that does minions and secret life of pets kind of average Pixar light airy light. But this one. Was above average. You can do a lot worse. I prefer the original for nostalgia reasons. But you know, you can do a lot. Well, the Larkin campaign because we get all the billboards here, and they're all over Hollywood seemed actually sort of adult. So I was curious who this movie was geared toward you know, you it's just a picture of the great. It's like, oh, you came to make it in Hollywood how that has that going for you all these billboards to get convince adults to bring their kids that mater what I mean who did the voice of the Grinch Benedict Cumberbatch. Although if you picture Bennett comebacks voice Cumberbatch is voice. It sounds kind of like ritual Grinch has got a deep British thing. Going on completely pit on play any of the trailer. He pitched it so high and so American it's it was like, okay, the director Benedict. Love you do your best to Jay Baer shell like. All right candy. Here we go. I don't I don't remember the Grinch even talking. Yeah. It was it was Boris Karloff. No, by Boris Karloff. Did the song and the narration was that was that? What he did he had like five lines, and they're all sort of Britain figure out because in the regional cartoon. I mean, and there was some VO and stuff, but I never remember the Grinch talk. He does he says some, but they don't have the toys. Maybe it's end. British Dylan go figure out who did the originals. And and who did the I think Boris maybe this long. Listen, anyway, mortar, complain about I I'll tell you about hams easier to keep your hair when you have it then replace your hair after you've lost at four hymns dot com. One-stop shop for hair loss can care and other wellness supplements for men hymns connects you with real doctors and medical grade solutions to treat your hair loss. Remember starting to thin out? Let's grab it. Now. Generic equivalents name brand prescriptions to help you keep your hair, no gas station countertop supplements. No, waiting rooms or awkward, doctor visits. Our listeners get a trial. You get a free trial month, or I should say trial month for just five bucks, which is really pretty much free in this economy. You gotta trial month for just five bucks while supplies last. It would cost hundreds if you went to the pharmacy. See the website for full details. Go to four hymns dot com slash F. O R H I M, S dot com slash atom, ready for this Boris Karloff. Was the narrator and the Grinch apparently the song the famous children one. That's thorough. Ravenscroft? Gordon course. That's great third Ray. Ask Harry Potter villain. Wow. All right. So it was both. So I had this. Tell me what you tell me. If everyone is wired this way. First things first. I'm with you, Brian and probably Jeanette. Well, I'm with all sane American. But the ones who voiced it like welcome Mike, August is voiced this. And I've always been with him which is. Every single time. We talk about traffic or people moving or whatever's going on transportation, or you know, all that stuff. It's always a discussion about light rail versus tunneling versus adding uh second deck onto the four or five. There's never any discussion about the actual driving. That's going on. And to me as I've said, you know, putting a second deck on a freeway is not cheap and light rail isn't cheap and tunneling under west what is not cheap, but kind of coaching people up is almost free. And is that going to solve everything? But imagine if everyone magically just drove like me the ban just like the bang for your is off the off the charts off the charts. I remember just drove like me. I don't use wanna use myself as a positive, but I'm always in a hurry and always like on the move. Like here, we go red light. No one around turning, right? Bubba imagine. If we took a version of. Me and went momentum based driving. Here we go number one number two imagine if the cops took their foot off exceleron chicken shit department, which is hey, you gotta turn right on red. There's nobody around the middle of a Sunday. Nobody's coming down the hill ahead. You don't have to come to full. Stop key moving gets. Let's pick it up. Let's all just pick it up. Yeah. Don't be in the left lane. If you're not hustling, don't be stopped at a red light. When you don't need to sit there any longer than you need to pay attention to those signs that say, no, turn on red arrow, and then super microscope letters accepts Aaron sunny. It's it's the weekend. Go, sweetie. The I yeah. That's a good example to piggyback, and that's a good example. And everything you mentioned, there's a flip side of it. Which is we we pink the traffic laws. The laws are so oppressive that they snarled a great example is especially in west LA Riley. But everywhere you can't you can't if someone's crossing the street. Yeah, you can't turn until that person. It's out of the crosswalk. If you're on the other. Curve like Santa Monica boulevard, that's six lanes and immediate actually waited for someone to get their foot personal. But there are people who do and there's a long many many that's an oppressive law that not only is on. Aw traffic. You're exactly right. Many people have gotten a ticket, and I've been pulled over and got to take a before which the guy crosses in front of your hood. And then their meandering either side people who are walking by virtue. Don't want to get to where the fuck they're going. They're walking here in LA. You're walking. You're not going anywhere. You're not late early for anything. You're meandering. You're wondering. Yeah, they go full Korean zombie across the street, and then they clear your hood. And then they get five feet closer to their destination, which I hope is hell, and then you turn right? And I've gotten hey, that guy was not on the other side. Well, now, there's a stack of cars waiting for the person who's beyond the halfway point. It's an insane law. If people should be encouraged show over sell us fucking cops writing chicken shit, tickets slows everything down with dumb people who are essentially scared and don't exactly know to do many fearful of the cops, look, no, they'll also no inter stands zipper. Correctly, buddy. Look no further than the intersection closest to my house as leaving. This is the worst thing ever. Well, two things power outage. Eight nineteen this morning ace man wakes up eight nineteen and a half this morning, and there's no power. And it's a bummer like when it goes down the middle of the night. It's kind of jostled whatever you, but if it comes back on at six AM, and that's the thing when you literally just get up, and it goes off, you're like, well, I guess I won't be having coffee, and I won't be making my poached eggs, and the poached eggs says that things electric, and I can't answer any tweets fantastic. The only thing worse than that is when you then see your Email later on that day and at ten forty five an Email comes in and says the power is going to be out at eight nineteen on the thirteenth. And then you go. What days the thirteenth, and then max pag goes it's today. And I go, oh, of course. Of course. I knew the power's out. I could have sent this Email out. Thanks for the heads down. Because this already happened. I need an Email. That tells me when the power's fucking coming on that it's been out. It's been out that that I'm aware of the whole morning, by the way, the get up get out like, oh, hey, you know, that thing you put in your bathroom or your flip the switch and the little blown hot air comes down that aim work. And nothing's working just go grab your shit and get out of the house the garage door that used to be electric that your wife used to pull the kids out. Yeah. You gotta hear her yelling. How do you get that thing you pull the Ripcord lifted? I mean, you can have cereal, but I wouldn't open. Right. So there's that. And then again, here's the bad wiring. I went right from there. Now, Mark era goes is a neighbor of mine, and I knew Mark was out of town. I knew. On the east coast. So I said to Mark, and here's my horrible human being wiring. I said to Mark I said, I know you're out of town. So you missed it you missed it you live right where I live, but your your parents out, but you're on the east coast. So don't worry about it. But your wife Paulette may that's gotta suck having the power out and being at home. And he said she's in Cambodia, and I got dammit. Like aspirin. I need someone to experience my pain with me, and then he paused, and he said you wanna talk about bad power situations. She's been complaining the whole time that the power grid in Cambodia shit in power always out and Cambodian. I went good our pack back again back to zero issue on vacation. He says too. Hopefully, she tried to enjoy she's in Cambodia where they have worst power outages than locking out of. So anyway, power out. Do you a lot that's a lot. And now, I don't mind the power out what the part as Marcus saying where they fuck up your order at the restaurant. And the guy says the drinks are comped. You know what I mean? Like, hey guys are fucking up the powerlifting ride or whatever's going on it's fantastic with them which picks back. Give us a little rebate. Afternoons, we'll some something. Yeah. Let us let the wife run the hairdryer for ten hours for free. So I come pulling up, and this is where this is where I realize this is where I realized how bad everyone is in a sort of natural state as a driver because you can pull up to that signal and the person's not turning right or the signal change or whatever it is. And the person's looking down at their phone, and they're distracted, and you go that person's not winning the Indy. Five hundred not necessarily what I'm talking about that person just got could have been distracted momentarily or answering attacks or whatever whatever it is. But this is a very good overall working example of just how shitty we all are is drivers. Now, first things first the city is fucked up, and I'll tell you how fucked up the city is. I'm pulling up to the intersection this regular four way intersection where the lights are gone because the powers gone, and I'm thinking to myself good. I'm not gonna wait unnecessarily or have to wait behind some asshole who's waiting for the red turn aero where all just going to switch off here. So I don't I don't have to wait for the unnecessary red, turn ERO. So it's blank. So we come up I'm going to turn left. I pulled it a left lane guy in front of me and a pickup truck and three or four cars come our direction in my guys, not budging. This is how you know. Our natural state is stop. We have a natural weird deer in the headlights state. Which is he's like, I'm not turning left. Like, look, here's the deal. We we are earn sketch. It's been putting a paint can shaker. There's no rules. There's nothing. It's just you go. Then you go have worked eighteen of you go and then one of me go. What the Justice clear, you just three cars, go the other direction. They stop each time. And they're waiting for you to do something. But you're not doing anything. So they're going to keep going then my favorite part. I honk when people go I can't turn can't do this. It's not clear. How come I honk, and you do it immediately never seen you like how is this thing? Like, hey, I can't make my move until as there's space. Okay. And then I honk, and then you go mmediately, and it always works out. So I think and this asked just turns left now I slide in and I'm sitting there, and I'm looking at the person not straight ahead. Who's coming across my direction. I'm looking at the person to the left who hasn't moved the whole time. It's a four way thing. Somebody get involved you go this way, you wanna go sweetheart. You wanna come this way across me? And I'm like looking at you going just going to sit there and let everyone just go across in front of you. And you want to pick her arm up and check for fly. She's shoes she sat there, and I just turn left, and I was like I feel sorry for everyone behind her because she's not just know what to do. Why don't we know what to do like, I don't why isn't it? I impulse like aren't I'm going to start working my way out into this intersection. You how could it go any other way? When there is. No, there's a cross there's an intersection there is no signal. There's no stop sign. There's no there's no guard. There's no buddies white gloves all are now on our own to go. Well, they just went that way. So I'm gonna go this way. And then you go, well, you get to go to left into the right? And then you go back to that the idea that we don't have the most rudimentary understanding of that means we're fucking adrift on a buoy and a c- just being carried by the time. We have no fucking idea. What to do soon acquire almost no thinking, just you go, then go you go than you. But I think the guy that you honked at I think that's a totally fear based thing. And at that moment, he decided he was worth frayed of you than he was of uncommon traffic pick at that moment. If you're that dumb and scare but if I'm elected the traffic are. Are pointed at this point the classroom will be the first place we start with this and put those electric signs to use the electric signs to use all traffic school. I used to teach eight hours of talking about following distance safety safety safety safety. First our move it along first hour of all traffic school's going to be let's get going if you're in that left lane and someone's riding up behind him move it on over whatever moving it was called the passing lane. Yes. A long time ago. All right. Let me tell you about the Castrol edge heat friction Escasany breakdown. Rob your engine of maximum performance. Friction results in a loss or performance of up to ten percent Castrol edge engineered with fluid. Titanium technology physically transforms to be stronger under pressure. It helps fight friction and deliver maximum levels of performance for your car. Four times two times three times three times stronger against Wisconsin breakdown. Cheering along. Castrol edge stuff is liquid titanium dump it in your crank case. And it's the life's blood your car while the oil is so let's do the best blood. We can in your car Castrol edge unlocked, the true performance in your cars and with Castrol edge. All right. We're going to play our game or Hollywood hand-me-downs game. They are the auctions as the memorabilia that's going to auctions, and we're gonna guess we have. I think there's a range on all these right? Max, Pat, they have an estimate or did we land in the middle? This is hammer price this stuff that has salts. They they had an auction earlier this year these are hammered. He's the hammer price. Hot topic a little with some of the memorabilia, some of the movies are the movies, we have Schwarzenegger's Terminator screen used Harley Davidson. We talked about that. But I don't think we I don't know what had hammered for. We may have estimated it. We may we may have estimated the price. But we don't know what had hammered for correct? All right. One other one Dawson FREDDY Krueger's finger glove. I love that bad. All right. We'll take a quick break. We'll come right back with hand me downs. Spend Tuesday's with Dr drew Hillard suggest you listen to the doctor podcast comes out every Tuesday. And it is my chance to my chance to really dig into people and. Makes them tick what's going on. It's a long form where we can get into material and hopping that I just can't get into anywhere else. And it's a privilege to be able to spend that time really getting indeed. So please join me on the doctor Dr drew podcast every Tuesday on Corolla digital cast. And now I fought from Geico motorcycle it took fifteen minutes to purchase the gestation. Excellent. Eat the guest ocean exhausted. And regret the gestation. Excellent. As you presented numbers to the board. Twit insult to injury. You could've used those fifteen exited minutes to switch your motorcycle insurance to gyco. Geigo fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on motorcycle insurance. It's time to check Adams voice mail. Wanted to hear your thoughts on the folk drive in the left lane. When there's no traffic. That's all you can leave us. A message at eight six three four one seven four four. We should cover that there there. There's a handful of guys that are just like momentum busters. Like, you know, they do all those fucking PSA's about saving electricity, like this is a kilowatt vampire like you. Leave your computer turned on or on sleep. You should turn it off or the power switch or whatever it is. They're fucking momentum busters out there. These are the people who drive in the fast lane when they don't need to be in the fast lane and they drive at the speed limit. But everyone else is going twenty miles an hour fastens being this guy is close cousin. The momentum BUSTER is the guy who's heading down the highway. There's a left turn lane. Oftentimes, a signal go turn left go slide in and he has to start setting up in the left lane. Slowing it down slowing it down slowing down you're going, but. But then a very slow move into that left air just slide in there. What you please. Let everyone drive your turning left. We're not don't stop. And then the worst human being ever the person it stops leaving enough of the car hanging out. So that no one in the left lane could go round of these. These are momentum busters. All right. Should we play the game Dawson, we have an interest? It's time to find out how much did they pay get another round of Hollywood hand me downs. All right. So these are the two thousand eighteen icons and legends of Hollywood auction. I up Schwarzenegger's Terminator's screen used Harley Davidson, fatboy motorcycle, say this to let me say this about these auctions. I don't know why you guys feel this way. But. There's is crazy cool it as it is to the guy who founded Google face buying the rent, the original millennium falcon or something for ten million dollars sounding cool this when it gets down to the, hey, this is one of Marilyn Monroe's seen semen soaked paper towels forty dollars. It gets a little weird and sad down toward the bottom. End of this sport, RFK Sima could be tamasha. Try it always gets a little sad down at the bottom end. Yeah. You you wanted to certain is you can't display. Probably have you could that collector. Yeah. Yeah. Look at this feast, your eyes boys and this is a new game. Let me explain the real. We're gonna put up three items you're gonna guess which is most expensive. Okay. And then also give us a price of what you think that is two points will be given per round whoever gets. If you get the most expensive and whoever's closest all right, okay. So Terminator two motorcycle than industrial light and Magic's death star model from Star Wars Episode, six return of the Jedi. Says here at spectacularly detailed Charlton Heston Judah, Ben Hur screen used practice chariot from the movie, Ben Hur. All right. Well, there's Heston Ben her thing now that it's tough. It's tough the motorcycle street value of the things, you know, what I mean that movie history attached. But but the other two are so icon everything's weighted evenly, it seems I always whenever. The most expendable. Income. Either gay or nerd or gain heard? So. The nerd would want the Star Wars death star more than Ben Hur, although don't sleep on Terminator. And by the way, in terms of just a stunt sequence spectacular. One of those back when he goes down into the wash on that hog and the kids on the back, and it keeps rolling the shotgun and palm in their gender guys drive and the big truck and he's match. I mean, just that that seven minutes sequence or whatever it is such accurate spectacular. And didn't have spectacular is. It was it didn't have any come on moments. It was just driving off the bridge from time traveling robots right back in time to kill each other. Everything was plausible as if that were to happen on earth, everything with plausible, right? All right. I am a death star max Spanta. Yes. The death star forty six inches tall. Okay. Should we write down the number? Should we say what we're going for? All right, forty six inches. He repeat is. You said the practice chariot. Yeah. Phillies screen used. That's just a that's the practice chariot. Okay. In the film, like when he was learning at a ride, I think, but it said screen us. Yeah. But it's a screen use like if you're using gloves in the hammer like it's it's using for practice, but it screen used. Oh, you call the practice to move. Oh, okay. That's ninety two miles on that bike. No. All right. Guys reading. Yeah. I got the death start two hundred twenty K. I want lower said this one I'd want the least personally, but the Ben hers is so I can fill mystery. I said that for a hundred K interesting. Yeah. I went very low on this. I might need to recalibrate. I said the chariot, and I said forty seven k. The most expensive item is the Harley Davidson fatboy from Terminator two going for four hundred thousand. The death star went for two hundred K you're close on that as and the Ben Hur chariot for one hundred twenty thousand. Wow, a point for both being twenty thousand. It was. I was I was I was between the death star in the bike. I just think always give the nod to the nerds and Star Wars because those guys just weird billionaire guys who invented tech companies who want want stuff don't sleep on the Terminator's appeal to nerds. Now, you're right and robot. You're right. You are right. All right. Next up the emerald city townsman jacket from the wizard of Oz. Harrison Ford's Rick decker prompt blaster from blade runner. Orson Welles, Charles foster Kane jacket from citizen Kane. So the town's person from wizard of Oz not necessarily not necessarily star in the movie just. It's a jacket from the town wizard of Oz. At towns person was wearing odds, are you won't be able to Don it like, you would jacket the other jacket, right? Red wine. Nice. Well, the towns person third normal size in this. Oh, get Carter call. Yeah. That's correct. Max panel. They're not much town. Okay. So maybe you can wear it. All right. Should we all lock our things? Now was sorry citizen. Kane was worn on Cameron's that is it the one jacket that we know. Yeah. It's Orson Welles jacket as far as there's no other detail. Chris. Jacket. All right. And then the gun look sort of plastic and fake that everything looks. Cast skinned poly foam over internal metal reinforcing armature. That's the gun. I'm guessing that's a Jenkin. Yeah. Okay. Guys lock. Then I got the jacket at a buck eighty the Orson Welles jacket. Yes. Sorry. I want lower. Again. I I thought that maybe someone would bid on it because of support childhood connection established. I said the town's person outfit for twenty five K. Well, I gotta play the game. And I agree with the iconic status, and like the pomp and circumstance of the towns. There's so many of them there's so many it's not like it was the one I went with the jacket. I said one hundred thirty two k it was the emerald city towns jacket at thirty five thousand ten thousand off. Wow. The Stor at the same thought. I thought there's too many. All right. Sorry Harrison Ford the blaster went for thirty two five and the Orson Welles jacket from citizen Kane win for twenty thousand. Well, I feel like if Orson was here right now. Good news madness. Vannes your jacket went for almost nothing. Good news is you can fit into it. Now. Now, she's been dead for twenty seven years drop accent? All right next up Ellen Ripley's spacesuit worn by Sigourney Weaver in alien, Jane Fonda, Barbarella futuristic rifle from Barbara rela or Rohan Atkinson's, Mr. Bean's, British Leyland, many one thousand the actual contacts you will car from being. Blaster? All right. Chris anyone if that was the car from the TV show or from the movie, Mr. bean because the to show was beloved and the booby was here or there. This is from. Nineteen Ninety-seven bean Rohan Afghan sin, a famous least crash in pretty expensive cars, if you look it up max, Pat, I didn't know he was going to be part of the show because I don't cheat. But I believe max, Pat Rohan is a car Thursay is I believe he's raised at the Goodwood if you times, but I believe he had a McLaren. F one which is. Well, I'll put it to you this way. Jay Leno hasn't. Mclaren f one from hundred ninety three. Said to me a few years ago. He's got the bean money. Thirteen million. Wow crash. It twice. That cars between fifteen and twenty million dollars. Now who's crashed at twice badly. How many people go out and crash twenty million dollar car on the on the on the highway. I like that dude. Yeah. Multiple times this group man multiple times. She's precious. Mclaren f one. All right. So Ripley's her actual spacesuit. She she wore. Okay. And then Barbarella, and then the car, and we don't we know if the cars from the movie or the move from the movie, okay? Gonna say locked in. I'm going Ripley spacesuit because I'm sticking with my nerd theme. And I'm saying it's a big ticket item two hundred and fifty K damn as much as aliens top twenty five favorite films ever. I feel like Ripley was more conic in the underwear. And then the t shirts really hundred for those Ed the I said the car they've been washed. We're gonna have to renegotiate our for just thirty K. I also said Ripley I said Ripley space for eighty two k. The most expensive item was the Barbara rela rifles Christ a two hundred twenty thousand. Rifle followed by Ripley's spacesuit at one hundred sixty thousand and finally the mini wouldn't four seventy thousand. Wow. Pretty far off why after your further? Why why have to play the game and Barbarella? I mean, great seeing Jane flannel runaround underpants for two hours, but I. It's one of those movies like Barbara Eller valley beneath the dolls valley of the dolls or whatever. Adult rush Myers mixing. But it's like, they're not really good movies or just movies. Everyone's ever heard of Aaron's heard of and a good barometer this anecdote, of course. But like how often do you hear anybody say, oh man, member Barbarella that scene? Barbara relic. Like, no one brings the second. Somebody invented soft porn. She was irrelevant because she was only there in in lieu of watching people dry hump naked. Sorry. Well, who got well. How do you score that one? Brian got the closest the Brian what Brian the car? The car is forty thousand off wanna a hold on a second. But the car came in last, right? So we're going if you guess and percentage wise rice he was more than twice amount off. I was only thirty or forty percent off. We gotta recap this game. All right. Sorry dairy. I got any points in this game dollars. Talk trek, gene. Yeah. I got nothing. We will we'll have to figure it out because if stuff gets into, you know, hundreds of thousands or millions of dollars. We gotta go into a percentage game percentage next next. Are we won't at high? Next up is FREDDY Krueger's Nive glove from a nightmare on elm street. Five also possibly points. Either added or deducted or deducted in this case for third place come on. Sorry. I don't like that. Roger, wait. We're trying. We're trying to get the most expensive thing. Right. Guess two different things. One is the price and one is what was most expensive. Right. So you got closest to the price but not from a percentage standpoint. But you did came in last in the object department. I understand the rules. Okay. I don't know how you do a lot of airing. How you do that you pay day? This way, China this space. Yeah. All right. So nobody one that point. Freddie. Krueger, scissor bluffs. Whatever. How'd you rabbits, standing puppet? Roger rabbit never appeared onscreen or the leather face chainsaw prop from the Texas chainsaw massacre two. So the chainsaw itself from two I think it makes a big difference between number one number two. I do as well refrained from using work too. Right. And. Okay. Here. Ready got freddy's glove at thirty K love at ten K. These big ticket items dare both of you. This is an iconic classic beloved prop from part five. Oh. Part five. Let's get. Out about twenty grand. Okay. I. Glove for one fifty. Yeah. What part five we screwed up the most expensive item is the chainsaw for the Texas chainsaw massacre went for twenty seven thousand followed by FREDDY Cruz glove at eighteen thousand. And part five the Roger rabbit's puppet. Thirteen thousand dollars the most this is the you never saw. Roger. What's the score Mexa patio? We go. Point for that day. He did ten right? Of course, Brian Emmett Brian has five Adam has one here. But Jesus Christ. We both went for the same thing. I was thirty. I should've listened more closely, and he was at ten and it was eighteen way two minutes. That include the buyers premium ten percent. Close. We made it clear as hammer price. All right. Next up the bomb prop from the rock. From aliens, Lance Henriksen 's Bishop remote, pilot, computer. And Cesar Romero's, the joker costume from the original Batman series. What's the second one the one the middle there? Yeah. That is the ever seen the rock oxo wonderful movie. It was that the first one. The remote pilot computer from aliens not in the middle. Looking the first thing described the rock was centered around these VX nerve gas pearls, I guess referrals. And they would if they if they ruptured they'd kill people within like one hundred feet titillating. It's pretty good. Yeah. Fun movie of those types of movies. It's one of the best. Yes. Anytime there's a movie where they use the phrase stand down more than eighteen times a man, and especially when they talk about. Spread the same blood and the same mud whatever talking about Michael beam, same blood and the same mud. All right. This one's weird because they're very different. I don't feel like they lanes cases on that. She's. Tough. Read them again DASA the bomb prop from the rock, the joker costume from Batman or the remote pilot, computer from aliens. All right. I love aliens. And I'll be honest. I forgot that. I would if I looked at that. I don't know what that is. All right. I'm going to Cesar Romero with the joker at twenty three thousand dollars. I will be shocked. If it's not the Romero's joker costume, I said one hundred fifty K. Ooh, I said the joker cost twenty eight K to the joker cost him. Indeed. But it went for seventy K. Followed by the remote pilot, computer from aliens at twenty thousand and the bomb prop from the rock win for thirteen thousand. I would have bought that turn into a lamp string from the ceiling. Every once in a while someone walks in and gets it. I would've won for that is Courtney here, by the way. Oh, yes. Okay. Put the sign up there. All right. Let's do one more who wanted I win that one. What was the what you go for also said I said the job, and I was way off as a twenty eight thousand oh, I should Twenty-three. So you close. Now that was Ryan knows off by seventy thousand dollars that was you. Okay. That'd be great. That was me. But okay, great. Max paddock doing the final price the hammer on that was what I'm sorry, which one joker seventy thousand. Yeah. That's you and. Antacid causes. All we have left as tiebreaker. Would you like them? Yeah. Wino- whoever wins between me and Brian. Okay. Tiebreaker. Three way time breaker there. No, it's just between have just between me and myself for second place. Jerry, you came not proper. It's an attack full-size Arnold Schwarzenegger ever played basketball where let me know your your team is up like fourteen points. And then the other guy goes and somebody else potato salads writing. All right last fast, win win taking the ball out that what this is. All right. Sorry. Full-size Arnold Schwarzenegger. Terminator figure from Terminator two. Or Clint Eastwood's dirty Harry Callahan's forty four magnum revolver with the case used in sudden impact, good luck. So the the thing is like a dummy used in the movie like it looks like it's dressed if address in the actual costume. That's then it becomes more competitive on the on the. Actually used in the movie on film. Right mex- PANA. We know I'm looking out. All right. Since Brian already won Gina. Go ahead and jump in here. Right to it. I'm going to Terminator. Eighty grand the Goan for seventy five K the gun for seventy two K. All right. All up in there. The gun went for seventy K. The Terminator figure for thirty seven five. Geez. It's all right. Seventy help. All that. Right. Goes vetting, south reading the next arch. That was Hollywood hand me downs. Sally quick vote around here hard-boiled egg cut up into potato salad or now. Now, I'm fine with it. There's their plate, but potato salad does not have Hart Bill. I. I didn't know prom goes with the go. I I'm with you to there's egg salad. Yeah. I think if you're gonna eat XL it enjoy the salad. Yeah. But this is a little different. This is not gonna slap at your hand. But you know, I think I'm down with the hardboiled egg and potato salad next company picnic old guy made the Meatloaf last night put the in their next time. Nice. The channel know you tell you a mic to mix in the into the chopped up hardboiled now full hardboiled ache in the middle of the Meatloaf fall, right is grandpa, lots from Hungary's to do that. So did olga's mom. Wow. You've cultures. There's nothing better looking than when you get that middle slice. And you've got that eyeball in the middle of it. How I've never heard of this Blida partial to Guli is looking at you. It's awesome. You literally hardboiled an egg. And then you just worked the Meatloaf around it you get into it. Eg in the middle. It works course, Linnet announced it was gross. The kids there. So it's so weird about food because here's my rules with food. You can give me your complaints about the taste of food. Like, I don't like the way liver tastes. But I'm I don't dolts doing the it's smells weird or it's slimy. Or it's like melted. I'm done with that. That's that's on you. You gotta grow. What's your thoughts on cheese? Why did something weird? And then claimed it was talion. Remember like this the red wine and coke? Yeah. Get the fuck outta here with your Meatloaf ebbing around. Actually, do Laverne does with milk and your tacking me on Grandpa's, Meatloaf, recipe out there you. Yeah. Also, Mario batali offers at Mozart. It's pretty good though. The I mean, look red wine is wine fine. I'm coke is good. Everything's good point about it. But I like I heard that you guys try it tried out. What you think and also weird because olga's mom and the only one my defacto mom, my grandpa, both it that way. Which is weird. You probably don't know the answer to this. But do you put a do you create a little pocket put a raw egg in there? And let it no. I thought I've thought on this long and hard long and hard, and you guys correct me. But I used to think about like, how would you physically? Do it comes out perfectly shaped perfectly round as you. So as you it makes it a little fun. This is before pace cable. I'll bet you start cutting into the end and you start getting point. When are we getting into the a point you get a little white little small like a dime? Size white middle thing. And then at some point hit the sweet spot you get right in the middle. You got the oak, and the thing pretty sure you have to just hard boil an a peel the and work it into the middle of the loaf impossible. Right. I mean like cr-. No, he means cracking like put that it wouldn't have that perfect. Now. You're right. You're right. Boil. Yeah. Now, also, I don't know. But it might add a little moisture pocket in their help it whatever. I don't know. But couldn't hallways. All right. Let me tell you about med men. Today's cannabis consumers everywhere everyone. Let's drop the labels at men. 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ACS (Part 1): Jason Whitlock and Dennis Miller

The Adam Carolla Show

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ACS (Part 1): Jason Whitlock and Dennis Miller

"Thanks for listening to the Adam Corolla show on podcast one. I can't believe it. That Philip brought his little brother on our mission into orbit. How long until it got their alarm get there. I'll learn to get there. No. I can't believe how easy it was to save hundreds of dollars on my car insurance with gyco. What's this button? Do what's this button? Do what's this button? Do visit. Believe it. Geico could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. And we're back in the toolbox now as mandated by federal law thanksgiving, and that means we gotta play houses restaurant. I know I don't like it any more than you do. So buckle up for the next eighteen minutes. Maybe grab a slice of pumpkin pie. What we write a check to our low Guthrie for his annual mailbox money and be thankful. You won't have to hear this song for another year can get anything you want on the toolbox. Dallas's restaurant. But this is restaurant is not the name of the restaurant. That's just the name of. Meth why call. From Corolla one studios in Glendale, California. This is the Adam Corolla show Adams yesterday co host of speak for yourself Jason Whitlock with Gina grant on news Brian on sound effects and Dennis Miller calls in for the rotten tomatoes game. And now, formerly sketching currently dicey. Put not yet shading. Adam corolla? Yeah. Get it on got bigoted on genetic. Thanks for tuning in. Thanks for sharing. We love it. When you share three why not share good day, gene? Pike curious. I wanna thank truecar truecar dot com. And blue apron had me some blue apron last night. Teeth, y'all teas I'll tell you what I have your private blue apron dot com and Castrol edge had some of that last night for dessert and lifelock lifelock dot com. All right funny. Couple things that Alice's restaurant. Got you. I every time. I I think about those days, I'm older than you guys. I grew up in grew up not only in the era of the seventies and the early seventies. But I didn't grow up in Kansas. I grew up in LA, and my mom was like knee deep in that shit. She was like imagine of Jane Fonda was poor. In fact. Picturing take the two best things about Jane Fonda, golden pond to be a very different looking hot in a bathing suit and being ranch. Everything else is fucking horrible. But you could look past all those other things because you just see your walk out of the shower and dry off with a huge hundred dollar Bill, and you go that's great now take Jane Fonda backout maker fat in poor. That's my mom. So that's what I fuck and out with fat. Jane Fonda, everything else was the same set round complaining about Vietnam. Nixon and listen to Arlo Guthrie Guthrie, and is that are low. Yeah. You didn't make your mom's face a bullseye in the urinal tooted you. What's that? Yeah. That was a big thing with Jane Fonda after she came out against the war. There was a bull. There was a really Jane Fonda bullseyes and they'd put him on the toilets. Oh, we didn't have enough money. You know, what I mean like someone would have had to have that sent out to a printer? Find some perforated rubber that was urinals year nose. Yep. Crew drawing sharpie, but it wasn't the same. Yeah. So I was all about the Qatar and picking and they made arrests made it movie called Allison's restaurant. Brian May be aware of it. Yeah. It's it's it's also just nonsense. Like, it's his him picking on gain. In thing. You will actually that's too good. Picking going. You can get anything you want at Allison's razzed around by down down down down down down. Oh, say you are hungry, and you want some food and you want to buy some of some mashed potatoes. But it better not be do starting. It's like I. Okay. The songs apiece. Shed not sure why we needed to make a movie about a piece of shit song. Soft cell doesn't have a movie. They just have shitty songs. Right. We need to make shitty. Fucking and movies. This is always my litmus test when it comes to movies and songs like Alex's restaurant movie and song how like it's a it's an Arab before me I pick and choose the movies back to watch the before me typically ones where people are like have you seen blank? It's a classic good. You gotta see knowing that were brought up Alice's restaurant now piece of shit and all these fucked sticks used to make their own movies like Sonny and share and stuff like that. And they're all horrible horrible. Horrible. So I had to live all this fucking shit with the poor fat. Jane Fonda, explain to me why we're going to be living underground, and if you short years once we run out of petrol fuel and the ozone caves, and the, you know, the Russians are will be our overlords, and it won't matter because all the water and rivers will be solid with with human waste. Was all awesome. It was awesome. So whenever I hear the songs I fucking triggered now nominated for best director really I didn't see that coming is our low also the director. Now different time. See my mom for thanksgiving. And I had to do. Now. I can just say hi by. But if I had to throw out one insult, do you think the picture her on the porch? It's in my book where she has the page boy. And it says, that's my mom looking like a, lesbian, Moe. How're right? Or my newest mom you like a fat poor Jane Fonda, which one would you? If you had to let you say you have to say, I got an anthem I get drunk, and I have to pull out after trot. One. Are you going for minimal or maximum insult? I'm saying the one that would be meant that make the table. The most comfortable, okay. Minimal minimal impact. I got an idea. I think oh, jeez. I should I know what I love about. All our family pictures. My mom can't smile during the picture time. It's like she can't fool her face in the smiling. Amorous used to come out of containers. Like they were in leather sacks and cube people screw stuff on and you'll love everybody. That's all one. Like, I wasn't like it is now where people are holding their phone out constantly. Yeah. Like, hey that cop in smell. He didn't know the passenger was was filming beaten on the black, dude. Like. People knew people were taking pictures back in the day. That is the craziest part of your family fund is when particular as everyone knows there's a picture being taken. I just realized that this picture while you can tell there's a couple of people that are like, oh, we're taking a picture. Let's paint a smile on their miserable. Fucking faces. My mom would never do that. The reason my mom would never do that is because it was always her mom who took the picture when she hated her. Right. If you would have handed the fuck and Mike if you wanna handed the camera off to an American Indian she would have painted a smile on her face. But it was her mom who took the pictures. And she hated her mom off environment, grow your, dad. Looks like such a cult leader. I have a I have a suggestion for the Jane Fonda versus mo- hard to my mom's not fat now. So that might okay, we're going we're going back to the seventy seventy. So that with the eating in the kibitzing people are doing in the talking unless there's dead silence. Most people, including your mom will only hear something something something Jane Fonda. So I think the horse. Yeah. All the way to the something something you look like MO Howard. But Gina I I love where you're at the rules of this game is I have to say and has to rain like a bell. But I think she's going to pick up on Jane Fonda. You say interesting, I get it. But you know, when my Jimmy Kimmel used to say you look like a retarded Pete Sampras. I never went house. My tennis. I heard the retarded part because it came before Sam. He could have probably said Pete Sampras at once again, but he had to make sure that retarded was in front of which I'll pitch the other way go for the the MO Howard one. Because number one your mom's very progressive group up in progressive time, an era lesbian is accomplished probably to her. Unlike the rest of us, but then also she meant on whom oh hurt is. That's a good point. You can say comedic genius. And just leave it at that. Oh, okay. Short for Maureen hours. Right. All right. Well, we'll do. Thank you, Brian. Limit hook. I'll let you know. I'll let you know. All right in the in the family news. I had this. I. I think we're all sort of why this way where you kind of go like, oh, man. You know, God, I hate the backup beeper on the trash truck. And it's always on the thing. And then you do that thing where the you know, the following morning. Like, oh, I called it. You know, like I called like things the backup beeper on the trash truck is not a good thing. And there's many things that aren't good things, especially when you call it. And then it is, you know, you're complaining about somebody there always late, and then whatever. And then you go out and doing in their late never late. Of course. Is you know, my nephew is chronically absent the one, I'm. I had to our talk with that six months ago about how working over here. Chassis could be a real opportunity for him shut up ninety minutes late. Shut up ninety minutes late for the two hundred knocking. He was he's young, and he could stay here and really proved to Nate and everybody that he could be running this place at twenty five, and we'll do an all kinds of productions and things outta here in the sky's the limit sleeves took off his sport coat. Yeah. Work. I said I'm getting a new fridge over there. The other one's just been kind of slowly dying for about a year. And and we're buying a new fridge. And so I said to rob go to Home Depot by new fridge. And then I said, where's my nephew? We'd have him clean out the fridge and don't have the editor come out of the booth. He's working on the Shelby doc have have that low gone, the totem pole clean it out. And so then I said, where's my nephew? Is. He's supposed to be here today. And Nate said, no he he does Monday through Thursday suspect. He just like the make every weekend three day weekend. I said fine. And then I paused and I said. So he's not supposed to be here on Friday now houses attendance been in general. He said we wasn't here yesterday because he had a rash on his leg. Now, I used to work construction. And so when you're a bad ankle or something physically wrong with you it made the job tougher because you're literally on your feet with a shovel in your hand or swinging pickaxe or something like that. But cubicle gigs sitting at a desk and you're sitting in air conditioning and staring computer. Usually there's a thing which call me old fashioned. But what are you doing at home right now, are you in traction or you just sitting there watching TV or on your computer looking at your phone, if in fact, you're sitting there just looking at a screen, then you could come here and looking at screen. It's I feel like it's much tougher argument. When people are sort of like, I'm not feeling today. Boss are a little off or whatever. But you shall be home not in Michael Jackson's chamber, his oxygen rich chamber after chamber. You're you're not to be in the thing that Teo would you? Try to heal up for the Super Bowl. You'll be sitting on a fucking food town watching TV why can't you sit here on a chair and watches screen? It's call him and ask it's warrior rash. Just the rash. Anyway, it was funny. So covered by Penn leg, you know, what I'm saying like. I don't know. But it it was funny because we then explained we'd like a note from the doctor. Nice things funny is he wrote back like you really need a note or something Brian at the other shop from we'll Brian need. It wrote back. Yeah. Let's play it safe. Liar. Thank you liar. You trust people say they wanna know from the doctor. They're basically, yes, employees liar, which on the table, if we had a parking spot that said liar next employee of the month park your fucking car because we're calling you a liar. 'cause nobody really needs a note. And unless we take your life, you know, at some point the seventh grade, they might need it for clerical purposes. But it Corolla digital. We don't need. No. We like one. We're calling you a liar. So that's how that works. But to be fair does it's based on your forty two percent attendance record over the last six months. Right. The that's where the note comes in. I bet you anything you get a note. And there's a little Green Cross on the top corner gets it from his we'd Dr good we visit doctor's note. Yeah. Human bombs. All right. Vestige. If my childhood were gonna call Dennis Miller, play the rotten tomatoes game max pad as birthday today as you hear that. So let's let's keep that mine. A lot of balloons. Let's circle. And again, when you deflect them someone has to then suck all they're out of them. Or how do you how do you outsource that create a contraption for that automate that a foot pump suck the air outta them? L let it go to waste. I don't. I like balloons. How's the woman against sixty sixty? Yeah. I said sixty five last time. Yeah. But I had a certain point you grow out of balloons. I feel like well, this is a surprise birthday. Oh. I've my whole thing is. Entire budget. This is for those who are planning a party for the ace ban entire budget on food and booze. Let's let's let's goes highs. We can and do not back out. I don't care if it's thirty one dollars all goes into the food and booze hopper. I went the highest level of all the beers. And whatever catering, whatever whatever. And if I I will I will I will risk not having balloons to get a little higher grade of catering. All to shit on Christmas party. 'cause I'm sure it's going to be amazing. But I gotta I gotta say when I flew back for that weekend to throw my mom's seventy s I that's exactly what I did. Really nice backroom of a restaurant all the food. You could want free open bar, and you know, what I said, no balloons. Sorry. Chris hold years because I want this to be classy. Chen attack. All right. Dennis the great Dennis Miller on a line six pod him up in a second. And we'll play the Ron tomatoes game. I truecar everyone has stories that about the car that ding in your bumper. Where'd you get it? How what happened there? The mileage you save riding your bike all summer not here in LA. But let's say you're the Portland area. 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And I said, no, some sure yours are incredibly classy. But these were not he gets his at Barney's of New York. Down the kittens and puppies. And I said, no, sir. The cheapest shitty balloons to hey, Dennis the worst faux pas balloons at a week. Yeah. Yes. Yeah. Especially if it was a self inflicted, gun wound. And then someone steps on pop every one of our young teenage son was struggling with his sexuality. We've all been could use. Could use that as an improv prom, only you. I have been to a wake of a young man who killed himself by mistake through auto Roddick fixation that is parents flying in from Wisconsin. I mean that the eight is the worst. Yes, we all right. It was the worst for you the worst. Well. I was uncomfortable. Sure, you've lost a son. But what about my after noon about the awkwardness right now? You mean, you speaking to you about your dead, son? Dennis. I'm sorry where we ate sorry. I don't have a dentist plug sheet here, which which would be nice 'cause we love to love to feed those. Let's play the game. Let's play the game to it. We'll just for avaricious play. The game will will bring it in the studio while we're playing the game here. We got the rotten tomatoes. Game is presented by truecar. All right since today's round is sponsored by truecar. We're going to feature movies with epic car crashes. The left the stars in serious need for a new ride. Beginning with a movie where a lot was made about the flipping of an acid Martin TBS, which at the time of Daniel Craig's first bond movie was one of the coolest cars in the world. Two thousand six is casino royale, the scenes ready for this that that was a crazy scene that car flipped over. Eight twelve time. They really did it too. I you know, how they used to flip a car by the way back in the day. Guess told us about this, and they have some break and wasn't like something undercut poll or something. Yes. Back in the day. And max paddock. Can we a little? They literally would have a part of a telephone pole type as like a piston and on the passenger side. And they just probably cut it down to like three foot or something. They just shoot it just blasted and when soon as it blasts, a carbon just flip flip over now when you see a car flip and they're using ramps. It's because there's a shrub they're like they'll put a shrub, and then they'll put the ramp and you'll see the car just go sailing magically over the shrub and flipping. But that's because they have a ramp set up there. All right. Is this the first one or the second one Daniel Craig the first one track, right? A little too much testicular trauma, and this movie and a little could handle the few more boobs and a little less sack little old fashioned. He gets tortured. Okay. I I like Nicholson bond movies Bouba not sack. That's right. But. So call me old fashioned. Oh and the beautiful Eva green who gets naked almost every other movie. Somehow did not get nakedness. Well spent too much time on Craig sack sack trauma vision. But I think the critics probably like the new bond who got jacked over by the chat check and got a sack putting a bench. Vice there were endless poker scenes, which I enjoyed because I like poker. But I remember thinking like, Chris she's not following this really intense poker? Scenes, right. I've locked it in. How say you Dennis. By the way of that. Earlier dissertation on flipping the cars worthy of the great. How meet him? I think was the director stoke race stroke race, Gumbel rally, and all those kinds of movies, probably Hooper all those sort of Burt Reynolds movies that didn't have scripts but had a lot of cars. That's all how how meet them. It's just a stunt coordinator who went like, I can do this, and he'd just have these sort of loosely based script he passed just recently. How need them up on the show? I think. Dr Robinson's, Luke Skywalker. I'm going to give this eighty four. Wow. Yeah. This this is an excellent movie. And it's a good example of the blonde movie. I went high maybe I said ninety damn Gina grant. Okay. I've never seen it. I growing up. I thought Roger Moore was the one and only Jay. So how would I know any different? I wouldn't imagine that how what number is he in the JAMES BOND. He's the fifth. Okay. I feel like maybe the critics would be over at by. Now, I said seventy six well Roger Moore. I mean, Sean Connery Connery sack had some asymmetries to it. You know, what I mean he had one ball a little lower than the other. Roger moore. Hey, by the end. Yeah. I'm gonna I said eighty one just because a lot of violence and a lot of poker, but critics like good too high. Here we go casino royale is certified fresh at ninety four. Dammit. I gotta listen mound that no the people had it lower than the creek. I think critics like this bond like this sort of they I think this is almost kind of metoo bond. I think off the top of my head correct me on this. I think Sam Mendes directed it. Who's who's a high thought very highly of director? I think and I think it brought a lot of crime. Credential credibility to the movie, but I think. Goes Sean Connery sack was already wearing a merkin from rougher. Yeah. The the again, I think earned a few points because this guy didn't do the drinking the womanizing on Campbell direct. He ended up getting played. All right here, we go in our next movie, featuring an epic car crash. A character named Bucky Barnes slightly steps out of the way of an oncoming Escalade and Sam Jackson flying through the air atom in a movie Adam is never seen two thousand fourteen captain America. The winter soldier. The winter soldier the I've not lost all the comic book. Isn't one of these supposed to be really good or some of those? We really good. Captain America meets the red skull about Trump getting a blowjob in Russia. I think this one that actually came in and was like raving about it before I came as it's like, a spy movies all the time bomb. It was like it's nothing like that. It's nothing like that. But can we also gray that a lot of critics are nerds? And they love this John. Yes. And meanwhile, so we live in a world where anchorman is at fifty percent and happen fuck off as a ninety one. You know, it's like what up? I don't wanna live in that America, captain. Today. So all of these are objectively good moves. You can't say it's a bad movie. But Christ was boring. Okay. Now, I've been led down the wrong path by Brian on on multiple occasions. I just I didn't see it. But I remember the critics liking it. So I'll write Dennis how say you. I'm going to stay right on eighty four. So since I haven't seen it. And that's the number on the first film and something tells me stay right there, you won't get stung too badly. But I have no idea about this phone run. I remember all our member is going to see this with huge expectations because of what actually said and the critics had a high score member. And you said captain fucks it has ninety one. So I said ninety one Gena grand. I don't know anything about the John, right? It's not for me. But nerds love heroes. Eighty eight. I want with eighty nine some of these on the nose. Katherine fuck stick. The winter soldier is certified fresh at eighty nine. I love these. Four eighty eight. You. She love this. I love it always said never say enough. Good things about captain, America's casino royale. You'd like it. Okay. Objectively good movie. It is. All right. All right here, we go next up Hugo weaving plays an infamous agent in this movie, he along with those weird dreadlocked Al Bino 's make a mess of plenty of vehicles in a massive freeway car chase. The movie is the sequel to one of the best movies Adams never seen. This movie is two thousand three's the matrix reloaded. Doesn't thirteen doesn't three. Oh, three essay that came wait later than major unfairly shit on by people. This is a there are parts of this movie. That are fantastic fantastic. Parts of this movie, including car-chase that. That's. What about you going side the phone and there's a world in there? Less it. Matrix. I've never seen. The greatest movies ever truly game JJ is one of those rare movies that marks a change in movies moves were different after the matrix. I should watch it reloaded. I watched Nighthawks with Sylvester Stallone and Billy. Dee all the way through the other day, one of those movies that changes movie forever. My God is bad. All right along only dresses as a basis mother at the end of that. Whereas I believe both director brothers of the nature of red are now rector sisters, right? Siblings. They've transitioned Dave both transitions. As far as I know three siblings right to team making team filmmaking team, Andy Larry three. Okay. You better watch it to plas brothers or they're fairly better, watch it. That's all I'm saying Barzan raise. I'm not saying panic. I'm just saying watching head on a swivel. All right. Wow. They both both as far as I know Chris. Oh, that's weird. So my mic makes you well. You can go nature nurture, but I'm going to go nature. Hardwired also third one goes it breaks up. Coach. Yeah. I should put the third one. We should put the third one with the third manning brother, and we can sit around and decide how life works. My two others are Super Bowl when. Pepper manning. And then he'd go to the third matrix, brother. Yeah. My two brothers or sisters, and they go. Oh, that's where. But they did direct the matrix. Oh. Okay. Complicated complicated. All right. So reloaded all right unfairly shit upon. There are some great great parts. I'm Brian says that and then we're. The first one was such a worldwide also break could they really drop off that much for the expectations were huge for this movie. He used this one of those ones where sought to sequels back to back together. And they broke them up. Okay. Dennis. How say you. Well, it was going to try to go through all these with eighty four. But he's really. Throwing on your head big breadcrumbs I've got a polo that we'd say really disappointed I'll fifty four. All right, Brian. I feel like eighty four might have been a better guess seventy nine. You can't listen to Brian. Now, I again, I've never seen this movie. It I I don't remember hearing about it. So I fifty nine I listened to Brian and went sixty one barely fresh. The matrix reloaded is certified fresh seventy three percents. Wow. Okay. I get it. Now. Gentleman. Cross talk during tomatoes, which we lots crosstalk. All right. We go into the championship round. Here we go. Quentin Tarantino directed directed. This next film sign Robert Rodriguez when the movie about a seemingly indestructible vehicle manned by a murderous sociopath with a strong distaste for young women in two thousand sevens death proof just talked about this yesterday. Look this movie. Listen, I is this. My least favorite films Kurt Russell at. It's finest. Is it do we all have to pretend like we like Robert Rodriguez? Dudes, pony tails and leather wristband. No fucking reason. He she's like the world's biggest douche bucket ever. And it's like, hey, I robbers like I have an idea for movie. Oh, let me guess where it lives in a world with sunshine and rainbows and ponies. Or is it dark and always raining and everything it's so weird KOMAL Roddick and fuck you I hate this shit. And I hate everyone who likes it who got hurt. The liner notes for new probably. I just hate. I hate guys like that. I don't know why I hate all the comic. I hate all the dark comic book guy. Also, the director of spy kids, his rain, sunshine. It's true. Well, he had look I'm sure every every once in a while. He's gotta go hammer. Check with spy kids because he has to finish furnishing. Fuck and dungeon. We're. One those guys, you know, the guys that are weird and dark and fucked up comic book dungeon guys question for you, Chris or Dawson is is this the score of this movie independent of planet terror or is this for the whole grind house. Do you know this is independent, correct? Remember there, really? I like all the trailers stuff like the funky seventies sixty. Death proof the rest. Yeah. The one, but the movies unnecessary. But what about critics like this stuff? I think they like Robert Rodriguez. I think this cool or something this is tarintino now. Oh, he's directing. All right. This is confused about seeing was pretty great. All right. I'm actually I have no idea where to go here CRA screwed me up on that last one because I was gonna go eighty four would have only been five off. But but strong women kicking ass Israel helps helps a little bit. All right, genuinely fucking hate this movie. How how say you Dennis. Jesus. I'm at a loss. I haven't seen it. He hasn't helped me with any of his over this. So I'm gonna go fifty four. Yeah. All right. Brian shockingly close I think the big Quintin bump from criticism was very cool. That idea when the retro thing to friends the director's coming together to make the thing. It's I said fifty. Oh, wow. Geographic. I probably went way too high. I to death proof. Not my thing. I did see it. I gave it a Quinton Tarantino bump and not that she was recognizable in a household name. At the time. Our beloved Zoe Belle. Some for just for the for the very fact that there were amazing stunt women in this. Exactly, right. I was eight horse. Anne, right. That's right. Yeah. Yeah. I love that Jelena's scene where she's like, you know, you get the name eight horse. Anne, you blow eight clydesdales, and that's how you get the name. But then later on they went with another description in the movie, the edgier, you gotta watch director guys that okay? I like the movie. Yeah. I might have gone to high seventy five I just thought it was I have no idea. And I thought the critic sought it was cool. So I went seventy one death proof is fresh. That sixty five percent looking. Oh, the people have it at seventy one interesting. All right. This is Heenan. You're fifty nine let's heating up heating up. All this terrible. I here we go. Our final movie is based off a popular video game series. Sweet the film features. Walter white told sidekick Aaron Paul and also features gratuitous number of car crashes in two thousand fourteen need four-speed recollection seen eleven time. Ever the posters, quite go. Quite populating LA. I've never heard of this. This is. Oh, you know, it's great about this year yet in twenty thirteen twenty four. I wouldn't say I'm out the the years people don't realize who else is in this movie. Sorry, I'm I'll tell you that what's his name is in this dominant movie. No, no, no, no, no. You'll be surprised who's also stars in this movie. Good. Dominic Cooper keel? Good. I'm gonna pronounce his name wrong. But it says imaging peut keep going. Find out who's in this movie. And just tell me who's in this all I'll say his in this month. The new missiles fight Rami Malik. Malik Rigas Harrison Gilbert code John from fifty shades Stevie Wright, Dalla mar Michael Keaton. There you go. Wow. Thank you, very Michael Keaton is one of the stars. He's he's like the head whatever. Yeah. So most dialogue or screen time. But he's running the whole whatever bad guy, bad guy. This is Keaton you've seen this recount the details. We haven't into matrix I seen this eleven time Heaton, people forget Keaton was doing gangbusters career wise and then Keaton slowed down a little bit. This was at the bottom of his valley. This was light. This was preempt. Yeah. The wing right, right, right? Keaton is doing a movie based on a video game in his ninth in the list of stars. At this Keaton working, right? When things were it's like his hairs coming out as careers slowing down. And he's in this movie plant a series role. It's like Travolta film where they set up a Russian sitting Missouri or something where he just. Yeah. Not cop land. It is. It is. It is interesting. Anyway, Michael Keaton says all right, it's bad. How bad? Oh, it's about let me change. Right. Is it eighty five? Well, here we are everybody. I think we're I think everyone is sort of within striking distance of everyone here. So this is gonna be a question of are. We going thirty seven bad or we going three as we don't know lots cool cars, that's cool. Stunts? Need for speed? All right. I'm locked in Dennis. How say you. Well, I'm gonna work off your thirty seven three notion and goes with it and go twenty I'll say twenty all right? Very close Twenty-three sixteen. I want low I want eleven there will be a deduction. Need for speed is rotten at twenty three. That was you. I had crossed out thirty three as well. Wow. That's bad. That is bad. I think. Fun one half of one of these movies. We'll see seeing this movie seeing this movie at hurt because I I thought was horrible and people thought it was bad. You know, what I mean like Brian did better than me? Not seeing the move roof. I'd seen it maybe. If I'd say, maybe five okay here, we go. Gina grad. You are not on the podium really coming in fourth place. We brought balloons to make it a classy of fair though, you got a score of fifty. Dennis miller. I can almost hear Handel's messiah in the background. You are on the podium. But where? Adam Corolla coming in with a nice solid score of thirty eight. Game. Dennis miller. When you die and you go to the pearly gates. Saint Peter says what did you do? That allows you to come in here, you can say on this day. You came in third with a score of forty eight ball. Bryant takes the win with twenty two. Wow. Twenty forty to fifty. Sorry. Listen. End of those two lowered payments for doctors because of ObamaCare just let me throw this out keeping him seeing day angioplasty balloon animals. Real good. All right. Am I understand that Dennis is going to die later today or purview? Hyperbole. All right. These days ago many days ago, I got it. Now one hour special the Dennis Miller one hour special fake news real jokes. It's available now on Amazon and tunes and Google play. Obviously the podcast the Dennis Miller option. You can listen to that on apple podcasts and podcasts one. Thank you, very much, my friend, gentleman and a scholar. Nice to have a good one. Thanks, the great Dennis Miller, buddies. Presented by truecar. Dammit. So going into that last one Brian was twenty seven, and I was at somewhere around thirty or something I I did eleven one point head of Brian. Now for a head of our behind or however it works, but I had twenty six either way it's the movie nine times gotta look damn close. Coming into the last round. Adam you at twenty six Brian at twenty seven and then gene forty-three Denison champs you've around. Yeah. I did. I just felt sorry for Michael Keaton the whole movie watching all time, he does not want to be in this stupid movie. You're young boy is getting into that that sweet spot where he's going to. He's going to be very interested in the matrix. What's it gonna take for you to watch it with them? Well, I gotta watch Nighthawks. It's so bad a pox on damasec, by the way, it was like, I I love bats alone movies. This is just a bad movie. This is a bad movie with Stallone in it. Let's make it. Let's see if we can separate bad Stallone movies, bad movies, west loan in it. Yeah. Lords of flatbush is a bad movie whist alone in it. We don't need to see that. Ironically, now Tango and cash. Over and over the top. There you go. 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Okay, shall we? Keep people tweet me some suggestions atom used to see I have a couple of mine off the top of my head. But me some parameters tell me how many obviously we're going to load you up at movies. Maybe you know, John RA or ratings you wanna watch sunny or a tally, or whatever, you know. You can think about say twelve and let's go alone moves saying the more than eleven times, that's an easy list. Give me four. Let's see. All right. All right. Spread it up movies. And watch the kids alone action comedy. Deal. Just brought me in a piece of paper. But I'm not broken. Broken presented it to me. But probably not do that. If they're okay suggestions, Brian. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. What do you want Adam's? Let's do. Let's make it a vote. And you don't know what I've what I've seen. But you've known like things like the matrix famously have not have not seen a few. All right. Jason Whitlock is here. We're excited. Talk to Jason Whitlock, take a quick break. Right back. 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And remember if you're offended by Christmas. Cavs some angry and shut the GOP. Gyco presents eyewitness interviews with inanimate objects. This is Belinda Collins live on the scene of a recent hailstorm here to describe the event a football, bro. I was just hanging on the roof. When this gnarly storm starts dropping. Baseball sized hail. Shingles got beat up a few windows. Broken savage. Did you do anything to help, bro? I was in survival mode. Your football can't help you in a hailstorm. But that guy go insurance agency can help you get covered for personal property damage. Call gyco to see how a forcible homeowners insurance can be. It's time to check Adams voice mail. Back to this conversation. Other and go. You can leave us a message at eight eight eight six three four one seven four four. All right. Fuck. So we got this torn from the headlines. Charlie sykes. I guess it's Sykes. Yeah. He he shot me a tweet that said he's on a plane woman with three dogs was pulled off of the plane emotional support dogs. I've been talking about how the end is near this. I'm sorry on line five, Charlie. Hey, how are you? Good. Thanks for tweeting me that. We'll get. So I just got tweet said somebody said he was on a flight at flight got delayed had the woman pulled off every three dogs that had to wait to get our luggage. Maybe in the belly of the plane pulled off, but you're on the plane, Charlie can you tell us about it? Yeah. So we were about flying out of LaGuardia woman shows up with the baby carriage with these three dogs. We're very very cute dog behave shows up and go the gate agents questioned her extensively about this. She explains that I was trying to overhear it. I didn't hear everything. But you know, she convinced the agents a letter on the play. No, they let her and the three dogs on the plane, and you know, while they were boarding the retina and stop for one. Can we stop? I've had it or million times. They have the template for the luggage. And you're trying to shove your roof sacking. The person's got the arms fall. Like, I'm sorry. I'm sorry. Sorry. Sure. You're gonna check that bag Shari share shove it under the seat, right, sir. Wine is zero tolerance world meaning the gate at a an airport. We sort of looked the other way with the person with the menagerie. Sorry. Well, okay. So she gets on and sits in the front row up against the bulkhead highlight apparently sees this. He comes up the gang way gets the gate agent. Bring her back, and basically say no you're not gonna fly with three dogs. We like all over the place. They weren't they weren't carriers or anything they were like three dogs in. It's worth I could tell she bought them all three seats in the row. And and she said you sat up front, but was his first class. This is south west airlines. Nobody's first. Oh that should be on the poster. No. But we're we're off peerage actually if I were south west, I would go south west, nobody's first class or all. It's horrible. Sorry. By the way, Charlie is a author and a commentator, and you can hear him contribute. And then have some analysis on NBC and MSNBC and has a book out called how the right loss. It's mine is available Amazon just sort of coincidentally if you want to bookmark click through appreciate that. So. Did you send me this tweet? Because you know, it drives me nuts or how did to me. Okay. I think this happened. And by the way, she was actually pretty reasonable when the kicked her off the plane it except that she said she had medication in her luggage and everything. So then they came on the the intercom and explain that we were delayed because of the three dog, which of course, everybody has been talking about. So I tweeted this out, and I'm a contributing editor for the weekly standard and one of the other editors of the weekly standard. Then immediately sent me the YouTube video of your thing about sitting next to a dog show tweeted one time. How long was the flight in total delayed and the flight was I'm guessing shortish flight because it was southwest. But how long where was the flight from to was from from Gloria back to my hometown in Milwaukee? How that flight normally? You know, an hour and half or so, and there were some other things they were afraid it was going to be very very bumpy. And of course, LaGuardia, which means you always have delays for everything. How long how long was the delayed remove the luggage and the dogs the probably twenty minutes. Which was which was a problem because they were afraid that snow is coming in. Right. Unlike Wisconsin when snow comes into New York, everybody freaks out they say if we don't get out of here. You may be here forever type thing. So. Ended a little bit of little bit of stress to the dog thing. Did you say that she it seemed like she had bought the dogs tickets? Well, she had a whole bunch of things that are hands. So I'm kind of guessing schilling documents to the gate agent. And she took up the whole, I, you know, three seats in in the first row, and because there were three dogs. Nobody else was going to sit there kids. Yeah. That was that was my that. She bought extra seats for the dog his anyone else. Just I I know we are what we are as frogs and we're being boiled in an insanity pot. So we don't really feel it. But his anybody else just I need to travel with my dog because mentally I can't fly without fucking dog. Take a goddamn zanex and have a shot of brandy. I don't I have no what is going on and our God damn society. And can we say no dogs on an airplane? How about that insane proclamation? You may not fly with your dog. But there's many things you may not do with your dog. Gabriel restaurants. You can't go into the doctor's office and sit up on the bench there at the thing on your lap. But why not trust me nuts? Charlie. I'm sorry. You went through this. But I'm glad that when your coworker said, oh, you know, you know, what Adams having a bad day. Let's make it worse. Yes. Let's tweet him this. I know. Yeah. First thing. So I one hundred forty pound dog. I'm going to try to get him on south west next time. Nice. You should I literally. Thank you. Charlie. Thank you. I did have as I screamed about before. I took a picture of it. I had large dog sitting on the bulkhead when when we flew into Seattle's a big dog in the place where you couldn't put your backpack. And you probably couldn't kick off a set of low first before they took off because they'd go serve the shoes on or put away like everything in this area. This is basically a fire zone. It's sort of it's sort of like when they have that area in front of the stores like this for fire trucks. 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Jason Whitlock is now joining us on the fly. Thank you Jason. I'm a big fan of yours. A big fan of yours man, you're doing well. This is awesome out here. I I'm a big fan of Jason. But by the way, speak for yourself, Jason Whitlock and ourselves Wiley. It's weekdays at twelve pm on Fox Sports one. I like Jason because there's a few guys who really kind of tell it like it is. And I know everyone says in sports, I'll give you my opinion, they they will on Brett Farr, but they don't get into why camper Nick shouldn't take a knee that that that's the third rail. And Jason goes there often could see my friend good to be here. Also V here. I had a thought about you. Which I I think about from time to time we love football, right? Yes. And we'd love football because of all the lessons it teaches especially a young man. Yes. And then I thought what's even better you played offense of line at ball state. The offense. Offense of line is. It's the football lesson distill down into a bull yon cube of lesson inside a bigger lesson. Which is like playing quarterback is great. But you get a blowjob every once in a while. And he scored touchdown every once in a while and carried off the field every once in a while. So you could go at least. The legal benefits. All the hard work of football. But there is a carrot Laurie. Which is your dick at the end of a stick that you take it to chase. After playing off of line is all the lessons of football. And then none of the perks. And you hope that you can actually see your when your offense that's hard to find your own very true richer. So if you tell me this guy played offense of line at a high level, I'll go I realize when you talk to ex players quarterbacks wide receivers, sorta cool position guys aren't. Ovens alignment, like the most down to earth dudes and the world because all they do is block for the guys who are going to get a blowjob. That is true. The most thankless position. Would you say it is it is your job is to make other people look good? And you know, they really only call your name when you mess up. And so, but it is a great place to learn the game. You know, I think look at Andy Reid is success. He's having as an offense of mine and his NFL coast because he learned the game is an offense of lime and at Brigham Young University and just growing up as a kid, and so he wasn't a flanker. No. He was nuts skin, tone, turn pun. But mustache you turn it on. Yes. So when they were trying a sixty plus yard field goal. He wasn't the guy that had back underneath the goalpost short guarantee. Literally, he was the guy with the flat towed kicking shoe. Yeah. All the big guys. We were kickers back then. So did you play what we called pop Warner out here in the peewee football other places. You started starting that great. I started out in fourth grade playing tackle football played with the fifth and sixth graders. Because your big boy. And I was pretty good. They good back then Indiana, right? Yes. They had out here. They just had farm gremlin mighty mite tiny my pee wee bantam. You know, we had all our different divisions. And there were kind of by weight. So if you couldn't make the weight, even though you're playing even if you were ten you'd be playing with twelve year olds because you'd have to kick up a division was. Yeah. That was true. But they also like even among fifth and sixth graders, or whatever if you were to heavy you couldn't carry the ball until they would tape an X on your, and it was like, even if you picked up a fumble intercept of the ball couldn't run because you were too damn big for the other kids to tackle. Wow. Wow. They didn't out here. They didn't have that you had to play progressive Lau. So what did you what you're always big guy? A big kid. I was a big kid and peaked is an athlete. I was tall when I was young. And so I think by eighth grade. I was six foot, and I was probably two hundred thirty pounds. And I ran on the four by one hundred relay team, really a freakish athlete in eighth grade. I like to tell people that I was I was in the league athlete in eighth grade. And everything I did after that. I just started going downhill downhill down in becoming less elite. I in eighth grade people all about God this in the pros, he'll be a hall of Famer I used to practice my hall of fame speeches a kid tub. I got to be about a senior in high school, and I just quit growing. I got you know, maybe a half inch taller little bit above six foot. Okay. Not gonna be playing in the big ten. But you know, up played at the mid American conference met all my best friends. There had a great experience meta lot of people that I would have never had any access to had it not been for football. I say this seriously, I would've never even hit a college campus without football. And that's why I get so upset about people that want to tech football that they don't get the opportunities that football create for guys like me. You know, I say to people all the time me and my dad we're living in a one bedroom. Four hundred square foot apartment of my senior year of high school, and there were Hillary Clinton and Bill Clinton all the liberals. They weren't looking for me football coaches were and that's how I got to a college campus. Well, it's it's a very interesting thing. Which is it's it's easy. It's sort of it's sort of when you when you have money, and you have whatever, and you have whatever, and you sort of say to people we driving. Trich car come on. What are you doing that old pickup trucks because they can't afford electric cars drive, a tesla with you that there's a sort of global version of that where we go to people, and we go stop burning that stuff and doing clean fuel. It's like they don't have what you have. And that's the problem, and we all sort of look at as like, hey, those guys they should take care of their brain. They shouldn't be playing better. Yeah. But let's the alternate. Yvonne is in joining you at your dad's law practice. Turn. It could be on the street doing something horrible football was my ticket to mainstream America to a college campus. I wanted my family had ever gone off to college of you know, I was the first, and I do very very little about college. I people say this and people think I'm joking, but I'm dead serious. What I knew about college was the movie animal house. Accurate. That's what I knew about college. And so my coaches were amazed because I was very good high school football player, and I was a captain in my team. But when I got to ball state, I wasn't thinking about it as a business. I was thinking about about two best time of my life. Where's the toga party? Where's the beer? Let's a little weed, and let's have the greatest time of my life. So what in the greatest student wasn't the greatest college football player particularly early on. Because I just didn't know I didn't have a bunch of relatives that went off to colleges and could tell me what it was about. I didn't know anybody that, you know, had none of my closest friends had gone off and play college football, anywhere. So it was an interesting journey for me that the move me into the mainstream. You said you're living with your dad. That's not the story here. Often coming from your side of town. What how did that work just living with dad? It was great. You know, it was interesting because my parents divorced when I was like five years old. And so I live with my mother initially me, and my brother did a book before my senior of high school. My mother's factory job transfer to Kansas City, and she had to go with that job. I was a very good high school football player, and I needed a my high school football team was very good. Jeff George was our quarterback. We were had a chance to win the state championship. And I had a chance to get a football scholarship. So I stayed back in Indianapolis and moved in with my dad. My dad had been a small business owner and a black community my whole life. And at that time he was flat on his ass. You know tax evasion. Issues had the government the IRS come in and basically shut him down. And so he was on his ass working as a bartender four friend of his for two hundred fifty dollars a week and. Me and my dad again, we lived in a one bedroom apartment in the hood. And Indianapolis, my senior high school in Indianapolis two things how big a cannon was Jeff Georgia's arm. Jeff joy does the most talented quarterback. Arm wise that I think is ever been in football. More. So than Dan Marino. Or John Elway. Even the guy. I think it was in maybe fourth or fifth grade. We started saying, oh, he'll be the number one pick in the draft realize just as he was a he's like a LeBron James of football. And you could see it early on and for the fifth grade. He could've played major league baseball as a shortstop or pitcher. I think if he had wanted to probably could have been an NBA basketball player terrific shooter six-foot five and then just in quarter and quarterback. He was just unlike anything you've ever seen since about fourth or fifth grade. And by the time we got to high school. It was just unbelievable. We had we didn't have very good wide receivers. But he still through for an amazing amount of yards and touchdowns. And we were nationally ranked team. You know went undefeated two years in a row. So you played. I'm guessing and both ways. No, our high school was Hugh. You must everybody play. Why am that means? Someone was good trying to play three way. I I I we never I played offense and defense, and then I did the snaps for the punts extra points. And and all that we didn't have too many extra points. But the only time I'd ever walk off the field would be for kickoff. And kickoff return, and we never kicked off because we scored really only kick off return was only time. I'd walk. I liked it that way, but we didn't have as good a team. Yeah. No. We had a lot of good play. We didn't have Jeff George. We had our quarterback with name. Mario menefee. Ooh. A quarterback who went onto Kramer was deny your high school. Little Eric Kramer was the quarterback. Yeah. And everyone else's bears and Detroit and play for like nineteen. He was in the league like thirteen years air Kramer was my backup quarterback in pop Warner. He backed you up no backup, Scott Wittman. He was you know, it's an interesting thing you guys keep an eye on it. If you have kids because when Jason was talking me about being in the eighth grade talking to us about being an eighth grade run on the four by four and being torn and thirty pounds six foot tall run like a deer and everything like that. And then sort of peaked, and whatever I had the same thing. But I peeked at like eleven or ten I I was a crazy athlete, and then it just started to just kinda whereas other people, I guess Erik Kramer wasn't peaking when I was peaking at eleven. But he ended up playing in the NFL for thirteen years. So he peaked later on better to go little later as what better than the other. You know, you don't want to say like well after the sixth grade, it was all hill. That's not what you're looking for. We have high school. Coach's son was on our team and went to junior high with him and whatever. And so in seventh grade he had hair on his chest. And was just tremendous. Yeah. Tremendous athlete and by the time he was a senior in high school. He couldn't touch the. Yeah. Today. What else are you go to high school the quarterback? Oh. Well, you went with a guy guy. Little known second-stringer Michigan ticket dive name the Tom Brady. Play behind you went to high school with Tom right here older than I am. Yeah. But I was there at the same. How the three people here. That's in. Crazy Gina did kids the city as well. And so if you don't win should south high school, you're telling me, you're done must know Jason. Of course. I mean, he knows if you might Steve grad he was a sports for a million years and just retired. But yeah, he loves you. Oh, I used to live right by oak park mall. That's where I grew up my entire life. I went to high school with the Mani tumor drew Erin Taylor quarterbacks. Brian. That's not impressive. Wow. Oh, you you want to your gentle right now. Spartan still Ardo who the chat crab. That's a Long Beach poly, a Long Beach, poly. That's right. All right. Let me tell you about the lifelock. And then I got a question for Jason Whitlock life lock. Yes. In the hands of identity. Thief, your social security number could lead to all kinds of Prins, be smart, memorize it and keep your car in a secure place. 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He's from code Adam for an additional ten percent off your first year, plus a twenty five dollars Amazon gift card with annual enrollment promo code Adam is life at lifelock dot com. Terms apply. Clip to play for Jason somebody people just tweet me stuff. And then I dog on a plane, or this particular clip, it's Denzel Washington sort of talking about the family. But I'm curious in your take a man of color comes from some poverty. What do you think of this Clinton? We'll play it play the Denzel. They have the clip mex- PANA. Yes. This is actually montage of two different clips we separate is him talking to black tree TV in two thousand seventeen. Issues around legal system, we've made any headway and lighting. It's more important to make headway announ house by the time. The system comes into play the damage is done. They're not lot enough seven year olds. I was in Chicago couple of three four weeks ago. And we saw these little kids on bikes with masks on the side of the head like five or six in a drama set yet little yummies, I said who sit a little yummies look up Google, yummy. Yummy was eleven year old murderer and you look at his pitch and you'll see the head shout. And he's like this and you got murdered at eleven by fourteen year old who's doing life. Now, a sixteen year old. It makes you blame the system. It was his father. Started in the house starts in the home. And yeah. Well, what my father got locked up where was his father. Do you know? Like, I did talk about my three closest friends, and they did, you know, fifteen at twenty five one twenty eight isn't that? I was the only one in my life. Even though my parents were together. All right. I still have to sleep in the same room as your father. Jason with Ivan yell about this million years. Emma's calls me racist. You know, I think that you know, Dinsdale just said some things that are have basically been illegalized to talk about publicly by black people. We're only allowed to talk about basically police brutality. If you stray from that narrative, you're going to be called a sellout and uncle, Tom. You know, you you're celebrating white people, whatever. And so listen what Dinsdale said there's one thousand percent factually accurate. You know, I had a conversation a couple of months ago or maybe month ago with a role in Martin who's a political person on the left, and I just kept trying to go say to him. I was like hate me. We can talk about political solutions. But if you put all the perfect policies in place, and then you hand them to a group of people whose family is in shreds. It just won't make an impact or any difference. You know, everything if you just understand the history of the planet the history of cultures the history of human development and evolution. It has to be built on a foundation of family structure, and it's not an accident that it takes a man and a woman to create a kid, and it takes a man in the woman to properly develop a kid. And so even take my parents divorce when I was five, and I think my brother was eight years old. But both of my parents. They vary involved in both of our lives. And if that's not the case, if both parents aren't the case, and that goes on in mass there will be aberrations. There will be the Barack Obama's that grandparents come in and fill the gap and others come in and fill the gap. But if as a collective if we as black people don't fix our family structure, there's just no positive future in place for us collectively, there'll be some positive people individually, but of us moving forward in mass won't happen with our current family structures situation. It's a good way of putting it which is moving forward and mass because you know, there's people who smoke their whole life. Never get lung cancer night ninety five people never put on a seat belt Bendon, three-car car and never. Been injured. But statistically for a group. If you're looking for don't smoke and wear your seatbelt, and there's always going to be President Obama's and all versions of that in any group. But if you wanna move and as a large group together, the family needs to that's the foundation. I said it is simply as this. Because we have a lot of conversation about police brutality. And I say that the first policeman of a human being should actually be mom and dad that should be I supervised policemen. Don't do this don't do that don't do this. And so I looked out at the riots that happened in Baltimore after Freddie, gray. And I saw all these young people out in the street, and I saw policemen out there dealing with them. And I kept asking myself. I know the first policeman should be mom and dad, and I just saw a lot of kids unsupervised parentally who can even go out in the streets and do those types of things, and it's on very unfortunate too. Sad time that we live in when the American media won't allow a conversation that we need to have in our community. Well, how they're calling for an honest dialogue about race. Every fifteen minutes. Yeah. I know. But I don't think they really want an honest who who does this behoove? I mean, I the great damage Shak would always say what end I'm always like who is who is why is everyone arguing with me all the time when I talk about family, how does it benefit them? How you how's it benefit the person that doesn't have what is the argument constantly like why can't we just seems this should transcend politics? It should. But I think there's an again, I I don't really participate in politics, but I do observe it and comment on it from time to time. I think there's a political movement in this country that wants government dependency that wants the government to be the police of young people in children and want people constantly dependent upon the. Government. And so if you take away the family structure, you do create people in mass that are more dependent upon the government. Right. How's that been working for fifty years? It's my question. It's sort of the Hugo Chavez, they it's sorta like really socialism. Like, what is the example show me the examples where ever worked on the freeway here on western drive towards Sun Valley and watch the pothole ridden never ending construction of the five that is what government does to me. That's that's them. What you want to people working on this stretch of the five fucking freeway raising your kid. The worst thing ever. I couldn't imagine a worse fate for my kids to have the same. Fucking numb nuts are trying to build a stretch of three miles a freeway for the last eighteen years in can't pull it off. And it's ten times over budget. And it's a mess raising my kids the worst plan ever. It's a terrible plan. But I'll just say this there have been people when I look at the mainstream media when I look at pop culture and the message I think not just to black people. But it certainly is a strong message to black people is that you're incapable of taking care of yourself. And so that's something that I reject that. I look at my parents, my father, certainly rejected. My mother certainly rejected it, and so it was instilled in me that just as a man you must take care of yourself. That was instilled in me from my dad from my mom from my family structure, but I see a lot of messaging from pop culture to from media to people on the far left. In our government that telling black people you can't take care of yourself. Your old something here by this country. The country owes you take care of you because you know, one hundred fifty years ago, there was a terrible crime done to you. And I say to people all the time. I was like, hey, look, if someone takes a baton breaks, my leg, I can go to court, and I can say look into this guy broke my leg, but I have to do the rehab. He can't do their rehabilitation for me. And so no matter how wrong the guy was that broke my leg, and we may charge him some penalty for having broken my leg, but I'm not willing to do. The rehabilitation my leg will never work. And so I say that us as black people yet. I don't deny that there was a crime done and that we've been placed behind the eight ball because of some racism and some government policies or whatever. But it's incumbent upon us. If we want to recover from those things we gotta do the rehab. Yeah. I think a lot I think the initial government policies put you behind eight ball, and the current government policies are keeping you behind eight ball. There's hold on. I got a sniff. A lot of truth to that that the belief that the government can fix your problems is a major problem for us as black people. I it drives me insane. That the Gavin Newsom of world consider you're sitting and explained to me that half of black and Brown people in California don't have access to checking accounts, and he gets to be the fucking hero in the conversation. That drives me nuts. I off as lying. Secondly, what does that? Even mean. I don't know what that means. Or if that is true. Then the answer is let's get them. Let's get them focus on getting checking accounts, the notion that he gets the sh the stuff fly out of his fucking mouth. And then he somehow gets to be when he goes back to the governor's mansion is insane. It drives me nuts. It's. I face the same frustration. And and but I just for us as black people were at a very critical time. I believe I I as upset as you are with Gavin Newsom, I as a journalist, I'm a trained journalist, that's where I made my bones. That's how we became known. I'm just disappointed with the media because the lies and the misinformation are so obvious and our democracy. Our Republic was set up for hey, give the people the truth and then they'll make proper decisions. I don't believe that all of us in mass all Americans. I don't believe we're being fed the truth. And I believe that as African Americans we're being fit some really insidious lies stuffed down our throat. Well, I wanna know I wanna tease it for a second. You know, my sort of version of this. Is if you only report white cop shooting black man and never report it when cops of any color shoot, white men. And if that's the only one that makes the news we've talked about this a few times than anyone watching with just assume it's open season on black men. If you saw the shaver whatever video that I don't wanna show because they'll make me throw up out of Arizona. You'll see a white guy being executed that didn't make the news. I know the one you're talking about it's the worst thing I've ever is this guy on his knees. It's the worst thing I've ever seen. It's it is as I've said Mark arrogance who also sits where you sit a lot of rain. We've got Garrick assassin news. Locks ask all on the same show. I I've said anything else. Nothing could be a worse cop shooting than this. It could only tie it. Because this guy is executed with a semiautomatic. Played game. Got him. Put your hands down lay down. He was executed and and and while all many cop shootings are bad cop shootings. This is probably the worst ever never made. The news never never shown flies in the face of the narrative. So sometimes you can lie to people by giving them the story, and sometimes you can lie to them by not giving the story. I believe if you're in the business of reporting bad cop shootings, this is at the top of the news. If you're in the business of reporting bad cop shootings only against black. Then it's not gonna make the news. But that's a weird position a news outlet. It was an on FOX or CNN wasn't on any didn't make any of that. Let's as far as I know you get what you pay for Adam. And. I believe most of what we see in the news is purchased. And so that type of news is in being purchased. So no one's selling it or promoting gimme the we circle back to the lie. That's being perpetrated. Well, what what are you accusing the news of the F something specific topics specific topics. I mean clear we're talking about one look the police here's explained police shootings. And this where I believe the media's line if you understand the way our country setup most things were Volve around money. And so with the police shootings would keep in mind. I've had a member of my family killed by police electrocuted in the street with a taser and the rain in my family. We believe it was a wrongful action by sheriff's department people. Police have a different story or whatever who was member cousin mind. Anton Butler, I helped raising. I certainly paid for his funeral. His mother is my first cousin grew up with her like a sister known this kid from out of the womb all the way through he gets. He got killed at twenty six. So I'm not unsympathetic to this issue because it is a painful experience for your entire family. But. This. This next comment is removed from my family. There has been no settlement. But when these police shootings happen, there is a government settlement generally for millions of dollars for the family, and the government doesn't like surrendering money. Millions of dollars to citizens. The government is already motivated to stop police brutality the government. If anything wants people politely taken to jail, and and to serve this mass incarceration thing that we've figured out a way to make money on incarcerating people. The government has no interest. None in killing anyone because it costs them money. They settle with these families for millions of dollars. The media knows this and so all of this protest about police brutality to to get the government to be against police brutality, the government's already against it. It's because it's a financial loser for them. Escorting people politely jail. Jail. They can make money off of that. And so there is no epidemic of the police killing black men, particularly inappropriately even if you just took it the numbers that he killed. That's not an epidemic, but to be killed inappropriately while on on your there's a better chance of being struck by lightning up a better chance being struck by lightning. It's in the media knows this and they're lying to the public in line. Does people playing with our emotions to to have us have this animosity towards our country to adopt a negative mindset. You can't accomplish great things if your mindset is negative. If you wake up everyday thinking this country's out to get me. And I have no opportunity here. You can't accomplish great things. You can only accomplish great things. If you wake up every day like holy cow. Can I make something happen today? And that is. The truth of America. Whether we like it or not I was in a one bedroom apartment in the hood me, and my father flat as broke. I now live in one of the richest zip codes on the planet that story for black people show me these other countries where you can consistently tell that story where there's that kind of opportunity that kind of George Jefferson journey for black people. They just don't have it in other countries. And so instead of that's the mindset I embraced as a young person that my father took even we were flat on our ass. Now, we're gonna be all right because I'm gonna get up every day and go to work, and I'm going to eventually create another opportunity for myself, and he did. And my mother went to a factory job every day for thirty years and worked overtime took second jobs, and she has two sons me and my brother both college educated both financially responsible and take. Care of ourselves both have ascended higher than both of our parents. That's possible here in America. And there is no other country that all these people throwing tantrums and burning buildings they can't point to some other country and say there's more opportunity over here, America's fucked up. They can't do that. I love that. And it's funny because these guys will back me up. I've always talked about the government of set at a million times. They're not good. They're not bad. They're greedy, they're greedy. They're not into their into collecting money. Yes, you go down force lawn drive. They drive right past all the legal selling flowers, and then they pull over the mom and the minivan who's going five miles an hour over the posted speed limit. There's literally a cop who sits up in the the Jewish. Mortuary in the back out the driveways backed up the copies on a motorcycle across the street. From him is people are in this country illegally selling flowers and just getting an a full cash market not paying taxes, but going past him is somebody going eight miles an hour faster than the posted speed, and they pull that person over one person has money they can get that money from that person. And that's but you can say like, it's good or bad. It's right. No. It's it's how everyone eventually goes. You just the government is one big business. And they've realized that we could go bust the guy across the street that guy's an empty bag. He's got nothing for us. The mamas in the mini van that got checking accounts. They got insurance to find. We'll get the money from them. And so they start being magically attracted to where the money is. So if you take a look at incarceration versus paying out settlements won money, drain and the other ants. To the coffers. So in my I never looked at it that way, but in my grand scheme of the government just being evil, but greedy that dovetails nicely into that the just the government that we get out there and protests. Just as we've just said they lose millions of dollars in these settlements. They don't want it to happen. And yes, there are some tragic incidences where police do inappropriate things and or make mistakes, and I get it. They're painful, I've lived that experience. But to sit here and demonize, the entire police force when mitt I have several friends that are in law enforcement, and to demonize a group of people in law informs who aren't really paid a lot of money. They're just trying to make it home and take care of their bills to and we're demonizing them when we as African Americans in a lot of our communities. We're dependent on them and calling on them constantly to come fix problems that are going on in our communities, and now we want to turn around and demonize them. It's crazy. And again as upset as you get with politicians and individuals. I guess. Upset with the media because so much of this is so simple and easily explained. And I still believe in people that if you explain to them the truth they'll make better decisions. Well, let me tell you guys about a good decision. Then I'm going to share something else that might get you started. Again, I got Bill Maher's clip there. Another thing I find interesting simply safe or so say that I'm a big fan of simply safe home security. It's prepared for everything storms. Take the power down or your phone line gets cut. Keep keypad gets destroyed. Simply safe to is in. 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ACS (Part 2): Aries Spears, Andy Steinberg, Jordan Harbinger, and Nick Bernal

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ACS (Part 2): Aries Spears, Andy Steinberg, Jordan Harbinger, and Nick Bernal

"Thanks for listening to the Adam Corolla show on podcast one. Geico presents unhelpful home improvement how to a slippery bathroom floor can result in expensive hospital bills. So today, I'll show you how to cook a serious fall by filling your bathroom with thousands of plastic balls. Just nail a piece of plywood across the doorway and up in two thousand multicolored plastic balls, you could try to protect yourself with a bathroom full of plastic balls or you could get liability coverage through the guy co insurance agency. Visit Geico dot com and see how a forcible renter's insurance can be. Congratulations. Adam Corolla on ten years of the atom curl show. Have you diversity? Where did you? So grateful first of all fans being. Listen Q, ten years has been educational inspirational highly entertaining, of course. But I think everyone in the world of podcasting shooting grateful to you because I think you are the father of of this art form that now everyone is doing, but you had the courage to spend your own money from the beginning. And you did it in such an amazing way. So when do nothing, but wish you well, you deserve it. And we hope that this king go on you for another ten twenty thirty. Adam built the model. That's what you need to be doing. So I've heard it forever. And that's what we are trying to do whether that after buzzer with my podcast, but I've had agreed time whenever I've been on the show with you have so much fun, actually. And I thank you for those great conversations and for a great ten years. Here's to twenty thirty forty more. Like, we said, and we take you for after Bose. Do I don't think there would be enough to win the Corolla? Super vague to right. Yes. Congratulations on ten years. We love you have university of now back to the Adam Corolla show. Thanks, Kevin under garden knows. I wish she'd rolled an ankle Mr. Brunel maybe to pick her up. A lot easier load to bring down to the nurse's office. Aries spears in studio Ehlo nine Berg is well podcast to gather spears and Steinberg aka that you and the jerk. It's available on apple podcasts. Live shows events and everything everywhere coming up Aries, and I've talked over the years mad TV back during that love line days and beyond. Aries? So I was told you're kicked off Twitter. Yes. What did you do? You know, you have to be a master at not letting people get under your skin, and I'm terrible at it. So, you know, and I'm such Obama have such an Obama man crush than anything racial Obama. I will get into it with people about race. I'm not really a heavy political, dude. But I get into it about race and certain amount of naievety really pisses me off, especially when it's from the people who we call it community cones. So that would be a couple black dudes who just would say things about blue lives matter and about you know, what we shouldn't be doing. And you know, they had the comb costume on. So of course, when I go at them their supporters, they love their mascots. So we will get into it hard. And I would fight with the man as people. Man as this. My white rap name, man. And then CC man, it's exactly how you would spell. It. It's just a great white guy ram named says everything you need to know, Andy you guys met because you were doing stand up. You're doing Stanton Phoenix. Yes. Stanton live Joel's clubs. I don't know if you know, Joel. I know I know Jill Kimmel Jimmy sister's doing been doing stand up for a while. She's she's a staple in that Phoenix market and on now, she's she's growing fast that market. It's kind of it is nice in stand up. It's definitely one of those arenas. Where you see it? Like, I remember I would see Jill Jimmy sister, always got along. Well, with all the Kimmel's, the moms, and the dads and the brothers and everything and see jail at some point. And she says, you know. Nine years ago. I'm doing stand up in like. It's sort of like when your mom's friends going. I'm going to do stand up in your like Kay find Tom Hanks and make a movie, but this can't be real. And then at a certain point you run into every year every other year, you know, it's spread out. Just keep seeing. You don't see him every day. So you like see this growth and next she's going out on USO tours and things of that nature. And it's nice. She was in heart of the city. She was on season two. Yeah. She got a little spot on their. She's doing great. She's actually doing two things. She's getting funnier and thinner every time. I'd see. She was unfunny and fat when I met her. Okay. Now. Let me finish. I would've picked her fat ass up and drag your ass to the nurse's office. She'd be a little thinner and a little funnier. And now, she's standing funny the right trajectory thing about the other direction. Yeah. Fruitful not great. So Aries just where do you? So Andy, how does this? I'm curious about the opener. Like, I'm curious about the whole thing. I literally said it's a Mike August, he said. Book and all the shows, you know, go to this show go to that club. Got it due to shows on Friday night due to shows on Saturday. And I started thinking. I'm getting a little tired for doing two shows two shows to shows. But I was also stupid. I would do to shows and do a hundred minutes myself each show, and then I realized like going horse. I'm going deaf on the can't think three what am I doing? And then I said, okay, I'll do two shows on Friday night at the Sacramento, whatever but get an opener, and I'll just come out and do forty five fifty minutes each show, and that'll be combined one show where athletes man, you gotta learn how to ice them knees. When you get. Yeah. How does that? How does the beginning or opener and middle and house all that work tells mom most of the time the traditional is three man show the MC in the feature in the headliner. But we've really boiled it down to just a two man show where he kind of does the job of C, and then does his speech a time for total twenty five minutes, and then come out and do about our fifteen now that's more than most. Would standard is forty five minutes if you know, but some guys have egos, so they wanna they wanna proving go for an ridiculous amount of time. I'm not that guy. It's good for your girlfriend, but not your wife. Yes. Yes. Yes. To me an hour str- strong, our fifteen most our half, you proved a point is the is the combine time it's sort of in a way kind of like a movie you see a feature length moving. It's under ninety minutes. You're like what I pay for teen bucks for but sort of that way at the club. Look you're going to go out. You're gonna go see a show at the club or the theater wherever we need ninety minutes. However, you wanna wack it up. You wack twenty-five do buck. Oh, five or whatever. It is two hours is enough. It really is as much as I love Braveheart, two hours and fifteen in going. All right. Let's get to the end. But like, I say ban, we're in business of egos, some comics they wanna feel like the greatest thing on the planet. So if I see you wiping, your ducks in your bellied over, and, you know, sometimes people we yell out in the middle of shows. I've had some thing. I've had some brothers yell out some things that will quite favorable. So when my ego gets fed enough, I know how to Barra out, you know. I don't want to be update at long I got just reminds me of. Stereotypes. But they're funny. I'll tell you about black people we go. I I haven't told us a long time. It made me laugh. This happens show brought to you by lifelock. Enter Adam legalzoom dot com. Enter Adam, and you can go to Geico dot com as well old story, but I went out and saw David Alan Greer. And I think in a Mamat play called race. Was amazement play called race play called race almost show. Yeah. Spat ten years ago and went out in New York. See him a couple things. I remember. Oh, see who starred in that you can figure that one out? I'll tell you. Carrie, Washington Kerry, Washington wasn't Carrie Washington. She was a cute black tick who was in a play. And so when I went back stage, she did the onum big fan of a good for you. Take a picture and sign a pity like what do you need? But I didn't know was wasn't Carrie Washington at the site at the time. But the school you basically reaction how famous the person is. I picked up the fat chick the floor to tell him not a euro. No. She was I had no idea who she was. She was perfectly. Nice. She was perfectly. Nice. She was a fan. And I was like going then she turned in it. Gary, Gary, Washington, I wasn't. I'm never never mean to hot. That's my. Standards like a twenty six year old Carrie Washington. But the store you gotta find one day. We'll we'll find the dialogue. But the story starts with two things. One is Dag could only get me one ticket, and they're like one hundred thirty four bucks a piece, it's Broadway. And I didn't know it. I know ride already white privilege. Yeah. You wanna talk about the heartache being a white, man. I invited my Jewish friend. John vines who lived in the city's comedian works on Kimmel. I said I'm gonna go see race. You wanna come with me? Like, yeah. Come with me. And then we went to the box office you get one ticket. And I was like okay to buy the. Yeah. So not gonna to buy this guy one hundred thirty four dollar ticket. I'm not trying to bang him. No, no reach no nothing. I just gotta by my buddy at ticket for show that's one hundred and thirty four dollars sixty seven dollars. If you look at it as you split it if we wacked it up for you. It's ju- ISM chessy. By the ticket. We sit down, and it's Broadway. Man. I'm when they say the show starts at eight. It starts at eight. It's just curtain up at eight not eight you know, you guys do comedy travel around go, eight o'clock show. What time manager says is still people drinking would try to get eight ten, you know, bring in eight ten or whatever they go eight. Yep. Eight comes up curtain comes up starts. Spotlight on Dag. Delivering it to the fourth wall and telling everyone about forget about all the stereotypes all the racial stereotypes, all the things you think, you know, while all the black people file in late. Walk excuse me. Forget everything you ever thought about black people. It's wrong. And I'm like lift my feet. And asks walking by eight minutes late in the middle of the thing. I chuckled inside. It wasn't wasn't an outward chuckle. I did speak freely today after about it would probably fill bet if you chuckled out loud. Yeah. It wasn't supposed to be funny part of the play. I don't think there's any funny part of the play and you can use your your standup act routine. If you want, you know, our experience it sometimes enough on my own, you know. You know, generally. Yes, the white room start exactly on time. There may be a few exceptions to the rule of. It's like, you know, depending on the time of the show people are getting off work, and so naturally on a Friday might tend to file in a little bit later because they had to go home and get ready for the most part of the few black clubs that I have done that exist. They never start on time. Is that because you know? No, you know, gauging the audience like they go just you know, we that thing at us. You know, I'm a stickler for being on time and tipping. Well, because of the scenario I can't I can't stand tardiness. So I'm always making it a point to show up early. And I and I'm and I'm great Tipper. No. But the sad part is the two stereotypes. I would love to have. I don't I can't play basketball. And I would never get undressed in front of any of you. I Mex patta. Pull this up on the Google. All right. What by race group misses? The most commercial flights. Wow. Wow. This is the only way to really get the moment. Now, I'm guessing I can break down the races, and I'm certain prop certain fly Brett, you Hispanics, fly less than white people. Do maybe Asians fly more. You're saying. Percentage percentage of we can only what should if we're asking that. And I'm with my fingers cross any black people that miss commercial flights the most I don't know. We're gonna find out to find out. Because if that is the case we make up for it in the fact that I always fly first class say. Say. Kirk shaving you show up on time. Yes, that's different. Consider as the search. There is a on the other end of the scale. There is a rich guy component where I'm going to show up. I miss my flight big set McFarland a minute. If I miss my flight, I'll just take the next one. Of us. It's gonna make this flight for you know, for for people. I'm trying to figure out I showed a yardstick to measure, tardiness and comedy club. Not a great yardstick to measure promptness but flights be interesting now hold on Chris quickly. Do not back out the number of black women like Monique who were forced off the flight once they've entered it through. Getting into verbal jousting match with one of the stewardesses or one of the one of flight attendants. I should say we have to just have to make the flight once once they get on that's data. And if I may say, this is what black people will do that. I wish we would stop doing. We need to prioritize. What's most important? I like, you'll luggage. Don't match your seat it don't count. And I can't tell you. How many by people see Louis Vuitton luggage walking pass I to get to coach first class seat. Then worry about your luggage. I have a dusty Nike bag, but I'm sitting in first out of the same old backpack in first class. It's kind of it's an interesting thing. And I would I would wish for for my kids, and I would wish for for any culture, which is like your your jewelry, baggage all watches, whatever it's stuff you can get into your wildly success. You wanna treat yourself? But first things first we got to it. It's not really going to move the needle also there's no return on investment. I've been carrying around a bag. I think I got it like some Audi car vent in two thousand and two just carrying it everywhere because it's ten bucks worth of bag. I wouldn't care moss. It makes no never mind. It does just as good a job as anything else. And there's no resale on luggage, her bad, jewelry and things of that nature. I wish I'd like it's also isn't it easier? Just to be pragmatic like in life, just to go. I don't care like I don't care if people don't think I'm rich or success or whatever you get by. I get crap for win flipflops airport and sometimes to radio stations when I got to do press in a moment. And I'm like, look I've been doing this almost thirty years. I know how to be comfortable now and my comfort level surpasses. You thought about what you think about me, I could care less. Andy, did you have a a job before? I mean, he's been doing this for million. Yeah. He's almost thirty in nine to be exact in your your forty three. Now worried these numbers so hold on a second you're fourteen or may my HBO def comedy jam debut. When I was sixteen did Showtime at the Apollo when I was seventeen I I've been in this a long time what the? All of that work. Yeah. I wanna know how you get to the Apollo at age. I mean, you're still in high school right June. Yeah. Yeah. You know, long story short eighties, baby. So Eddie Murphy was God to me on. I love. Everybody knows what you prior. But he wasn't really my era who's my dad's era, but you know, I knew enough and I read Eddie did it at fourteen and he did impressions, and I could do impressions. So I took all that as motivation and said go for it. So when I was fourteen fifteen sixteen I was doing a lot of chitlins circuit clubs and New Jersey and New York, and then I knew the guy that actually was the brains behind jam and they wanted me he wanted me on the first year with Martin, but Stanley thin Russell Simmons kind of felt like I wasn't ready yet. So the next year I did sixteen and then the year after that, I just happen to land the Apollo theater and been going since I want I want you to think about I'm gonna tease it. Chris. This has punctuality chart by country. Yeah, that's helpful. That'll help help narrow things out a little bit. A hold on a second. Hold on areas. I want you to go through being in high school in going to the Apollo theater and going out with the same man and everything and that crown as you can put yourself back there. Here's what was funny about the Apollo. I didn't do the competition where there was a threat of a sand. Man. I featured like brought me out as this is our feature comic for the night. And I'll never forget I came out on stage within the first minute and a half. They had a sound issue and my first minute half. I'm Rippin the mic does something weird. And I gotta go back out and be reintroduced, and I said to myself, you can't come out especially in front of this crowd black people Harlem and do the same bit thinking, you're gonna get the same reaction. So I did a whole new bit long story short. I really I killed it. And I remember I walked up into that balcony area because I was an attention horse. I just wanted tension. And it was some ladies up there. And I went up there, and oh my God it was and they started ripping my clothes off. And I just I caught that bug that. But but what you're saying? But what you're saying is there was a sound problem at a black club. That's you go. Sound problems that another reoccurring issue? It can't be again be. Black people audiences. They tell you the truth. You know that that kid stuff is cute for about forty seconds. And then they tell you the truth. So that's why I love it. You know what? Don't answer. This yet, a tease it. But the clubs you play. Are they what percentage of the is black don't answer? And then we'll tell you which countries are the most tardy. All right. I would do that. I wonder how they figure that out. May they have like economic summits and bite all the countries or whatever country shows up the latest work that one out lifelock probably have the one guy who's super on. Yeah. Lifelock's taxis and scammers are back. 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And all this is lifelock with Norton security can see threat you might miss on your own lifelock dot com or call one eight hundred lifelock and use promo code Adam for ten percent off your first year that's promo code, Adam and lifelock dot com. One eight hundred lifelock for ten percent off. All right Aries. You guys Andy what the clubs you play? I if it's a black club is it is it pretty much all black and the audience. Yeah. I mean, there's only a handful. Like, you literally could name them on six fingers. And yeah, I mean, you might have a sprinkle two of some white folk in manny's folk, but for the most part, it's black man as but. Yeah. And for the non black clubs break down, racial. Probably sixty forty seventy thirty depending on where you're at. Yeah. Seventy black seventy no. And you know, what some comics, you know, not everybody because mad TV was such a crossover show. My my tenure there was kind of lengthy my audience tends to be very mixed and predominantly white most times mad TV ninety five to own nine. Is that correct? Yeah. I had a eight year run on there. That's a wait a minute seems the show. Mad TV's ninety five hundred sorry. Yeah. You on eight years second longest cast member. That's a God. Who I mean? It's it's crazy. It's like a different lifetime ago. Already already Lang on mad TV these names these people. Okay. Yeah. Named some of the other ones. I can't so mo- Collins, Debra Wilson. Michael McDonald, Alex Bornstein, the voice of the mother. Thing. Yeah. I mean, I'm I met her to act we feed or years ago. Michael McDonald, I met at the groundlings a million billion years ago. Bobby Lee, you have all right? So by nation who's to the tardy of them. All okay. So this is done through city called the culture map, which is it's all based on international business. And what what's interesting to something called linear time countries that stick to flexible time, leaner time is they do they do they have a project and they get each step done. And they're just laser folks and game it sometime before moving and flexible time means something else comes up so they have to react to that. Another name for flexible. Initials or something? That's why Germany and Switzerland are totally on leaner time as all of Sweden as far as you can go because a lot of industrialization as well countries make watches to exact well, and they say like because they use a lot of machines. If you don't make a watch. How are you supposed to know what time it is at any given time? Good excuse, Germany, Switzerland, Japan, Netherlands, Sweden, US UK, Denmark, all sort of on the linear time, then you've got your sort of Poland Czech Republic and France's kind of in Spain. Italy Russia kind of tending toward the middle ish. But moving a little toward the flextime. Sure. The esta culture generously, titled flexible time who. Nigeria all the way in the very right for flexible time, and the reason for that is because one they don't have a lot of machines to do all of their to do all their business like when they like farm and everything so whether they start at seven or seven twelve a m it doesn't really matter because they'll just get the job done. But it just takes a lot longer whereas Germany if you don't start at seven AM, and you start the machine at seven twelve you're losing money. That's that's why. So they have to re they had to the environment changes in Nigerian farthest to the left, Germany and Switzerland. And then I to the ride is Saudi Arabia, India, Nigeria and Kenya. All right. The darker regions. I'm confused. You could take this and scramble it in any order you'd like, and it would make sense to me. So I guess just the way it is Trump would call them the butthole country. But this is a good topic for Ernest. He bigot Ernest teabag, he's just asking we gotta get them. Black folks watch just asking my character Ernest bigot. Now, you guys could read a digital watch. Right. We do a lot more than that serve. Just asking. We do a lot more than that, sir. My punchline. Punchline. Just asking. Oh, jeez. Saudi arabia. You guys got saying ride. Biggest sense. It just gets you one of those hourglasses, right? Just watch to say and drop through it. I come up with character. Folks. I'm just asking. This. This chart seems not only turt- team about right? But even the stuff in the middle feels about right? Paul checks. In the middle very in Spain, tending towards flexible, I enjoy enjoy life culture. Take any any culture that works three hour nap in a four course meal somewhere between noon and four Everyday's probably not killing it out, the free, Marcus. Yes. To culture, China all the way over those didn't sound, right. Brazil Brazil and Saudi Arabia. If we're going to China's like in the fields. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. I didn't even see each on. Oh, some of our sort of close together in a weird way like Spain Italy or something like that. Yeah. Brazil and China there. I wonder if China trying to think of how much motivation they have like I'm trying to think of like the government's like I happen to know. I mean in general, I work everything on motivation. Like if you say, hey, just go do this. You'll have this job the rest of your life, and where these pajamas and ride this bike people are kinda like all right? I'll do it. I won't do it. I don't care if you put people out there and tell them you can make as little as you want a day or as much as you want today. It's like it just depends. How many girl scout cookies you can sell people get super motivated, I wonder China, they're not that. If there little less motivated than like, Germany, and a lot of this is also based on cultural interruptions, and thanks to. So I don't know the cause like, so Germany, Switzerland. They're just a straight line going down getting things done, but China Niger, everything like the weather the environment. Everything changes. So they have to debt every time government government Germany's domed stadium. So we seventy one degrees. Yeah. Okay. Excuse to work China Saudi Arabia, India, Nigeria come on. All right. So we do a little news with the Gina grant. And. Just hang out, crack wise. Gene break game. All those crazy. Trump tweets G crack trouble. Gina gina. The news with Gina grad. Let me say give it a little news about legalzoom real quick for we jump in here. Five things. Business owners can count on from legalzoom reliability over two million people have used legal zoom to start their business. Experienced been helping all types of businesses for over seventeen years. Mark Garriga's the loved feared and hated Mark arrogance. He he refers people to legalzoom now he doesn't tell capper Nick to go to legalzoom people. 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Police report the cops say detectors are currently presenting evidence to Cook County grand jury if he's charged he can get a maximum of three year prison sentence. DMZ also told the two brothers or at the courthouse now and expected to testify most likely today and two brothers. I don't know what they did. But all we do all we have is pictures of them with their shirts off looking. And it's got to be the greatest thing ever. I mean, I don't know if they get a fine. A slap on the hand if they do, you know nine weeks in the whatever just didn't notion that I close my eyes and see those guys with no waste and all are. Chisel triangles. It's also kind of a weird picture to show them. Like, hey, do suspect says shirt on. And it seems it's also weird that that's the only picture that we possess of liked to have out there. Even if they got some time, they're just gonna come out more rip problem. Yeah. Yeah. Now that would be my argument five or sir Turney. I was like you want to send these guys essentially a weight room twenty they need. Why we should give them some creating tell them to hit the Bally's. I can't imagine any trouble crime. Did they come in? Well, that's a good question because allegedly Jesse gave them thirty five hundred dollars to beat them up and down to their involvement. Yeah. That's a conspiracy thing. Can't beat people up for money. Right. But if they're in on it, and they're they're staging it. If the doubt the beating really ever took place. West to pictures. All Jim, I told you the crisis here is also. Yeah, if these two wanted to beat you up in the street, I think you'd have more than a scratch your right? I feel like if these to really pull out the governors and just want want sick on your ass as Mike gay friends would say you have a little less than a bruise raven a scratch underwrite. On them. If you went to pock on them. That's what. Yeah. That's Jesse went. These guys would be charged with conspiracy. Okay. Well, we'll you think there's nothing you can do about someone if I said, look I'm going to stay just hoax. I'm gonna pay you to do this. You're part of a hoax, which is a crime, right? Yeah. Well, we're going to find out more because the plot thickens because then TMZ was just told that are good good, buddy. Mark air goes may have taken up the job of becoming jesse's new voyeur. He did Chris it is confirmed. I get a phone. I feel bad for Jessie because I saw Mark era goes, and he now just wears a bathrobe with a Don Julio in the front pocket and just laugh people. And if you say anything disagrees with throws balls of money at you laugh. So I don't know if it's the same hungry Mark era. This after. Yeah. Yeah. Did you hear that? Did you did? I mean, we'll call them. All call. We'll try to you know, he's he's in the air somewhere. He's right now. I'll see him going to see him one of my seeing him. He doesn't live on this earth anymore. The circle that stratosphere. Yeah. He's like Shirley stir on character in fast and furious, h literally in a wax plane with guns in them talking to tomorrow Friday, but I don't know if he's calling enter coming in yet. All right, but I will ask him. Chat about all this stuff. Yeah. See we get reasonable doubt Saturday. Well, the thing that thing about Mark is he likes publicity. But you know, if you start talking about something like Scott Peterson you go. He'll start telling you things about that case in you'll go really right there. He's he's he's not a dummy. He's not going to just take a case that open and shut and it's done. And there's no chance of whatever he'll start telling you some stuff, and you'll sort of think about it, and he'll be in studio. So I'll get get into it. And I'll ask him, and he'll surprise you with a few things that he's learned. And also, you wanna cry bullshit on stuffy saying he doesn't care. He does not care like a fly on the wall on the inside of a white wine and cheese party. I haven't such conversation. I know nothing about let's back. We can get involved. Broad with Justice. Man of color Ghia, you know, actor. -sarily my Cup of tea. Well, I'll tell you. I didn't know who he was before this is and they do that weird that algorithm where they go like Trump got seven hundred million dollars of free publicity during the election. Now ninety eight percent of it was negative, but he's still got seven million dollars. I mean, this guy went from who to household name in week and a half. Ironically, a show that I imagine I think he had a pretty good regular recurring gig on now they are just writing him out. I saw on KTLA this morning where they said that's not true really writing about not writing them off completely. But I think minimizing his his exposure right now as they deal with this. I. I don't want to specifically said that despite those rumors they are not doing that. I think it'd be easier to get information. I heard on the always reliable TMZ yesterday that his his shooting was limited and that they had like a song or big dance number or something like that in his call timers, call whatever like, which makes sense. Light day come back when you're the big stuff later on. Yeah. But anyway, well, all star infielder. Manny Machado has finally found a new home on Tuesday. He signed a ten year three hundred million dollar contract with the San Diego Padres. That's the biggest free agent deal in history Koulkov. Yeah. The same running joke. The former Baltimore Orioles star finished up less season with the dodgers and their unsuccessful bid to beat the Boston Red zone much series. Three hundred million. I'm going to I'm going to be Chris Karol month. School teachers get paid school teachers can't feed their families. Okay. Schoolteachers have to propel their car like Fred Flintstone because I don't have gas. Okay. That's put their feet through the floorboards and pedal to school schoolteachers. He gets paid three hundred. He takes his dick. He takes his stick and swings in and around ball Rennes around the circle again temporary started from and for that he gets paid. I wasn't good at school. But a lot more percentage wise than school teachers get paid, do you think? That's right. Well, he is the best at what he does. They are rewarding Mr. Purnell. He's not good at what he does. I'm sure he's very good there. So he takes a stick. And he swings it at a guide outfit short pants onto. He's licking his fingers and tipping. Catt spent that much. All defense to the baseball player other than basic reading and fundamentals arithmetic. Most the school is a waste of time. Isn't it? Version. If if we could I we don't get the best of the best. We should get all the Elon Musk and. All all the great Bill Gates should be teaching shop and PE classes, if we could compensate them if we could take if they if we could pay them, then we would get the best of the past. A lot of these people have to bring in their own supplies. They can't afford pencils. And then pats they have to bring it. That's that's why I dropped out of school and pursued what I wanted to do because you know. All the money will back then all the money went to. I don't know Reggie say who's who's Jackson who got all the money back, then Dennis Eckersley? Jose can take Jose Canseco got all the money, and we didn't have any money left for Aries spears teachers. That's why he dropped out. Also, getting laid and crushing the Pala that to that. Well, some interesting news. I know you're ready to flee California, the second it's possible. But there's some thing here that might make you stay business and cider reports the California state Senator has proposed a Bill to speed limit free lanes on interstate five highway ninety nine to reduce pollution Bill highlights points. Like, quote, traffic congestion increases the emissions of greenhouse gases as it causes automobiles. Too to idle longer on the roadway on the list. Remember what side Germany was on? What's kenya? Was on a can't recall, but one of them has an auto Bahn Kenya. Christian. Look it up. Yeah. We have looked at guess. Yeah. We could tell us a coin, and we could look it up. Yeah. Good things. Good moving along. Here we go. Now. This is a big deal. Yeah. Old never happen. But let's move it along. There's nothing wrong with that cars are safe. They're safe at much higher speeds than they were much higher speeds. And if an acted says the law would instruct the state to construct two additional traffic lanes northbound and southbound interstate route five where there shall not be a maximum speed limit. We've all I'm sure we many times been stuck in traffic on. So people out of town highway goes all the way up the state this entire length of the state and San Francisco from L A vice versa. You're stuck in five. Sometimes just stand still traffic. And the worst part is between the two lanes of highway. There isn't as much land undeveloped between the dirt build Biltmore lanes. Well, Brian, I don't wanna I don't wanna step on your point. But when you're going up to Monterey, and I'm doing the Laguna Seca, and then we're driving home in a loaded Jaguar at seventy seven miles an hour and the cop the pussy cop with the chicken shit radar hits you coming the other direction on the five. How are they going to do a quick you turn around and give you a chicken shit ticket for going seventy seven miles an hour in the middle of nowhere. If there's a lane going through this feels like. Like don't need a speed limitless lane if you can get to Bakersfield Timmer said on a train anyway. Yes, I love the idea that the same group, by the way who green lit the non bullet train that costs us a few billion dollars. And basically it's been scrapped. It's going to explain why this is too expensive. And why can't be? Yep. Most the most out of that would be four or five. But anyone who lives out where we live in? You're going to play like the Irvine improv. Yeah. You better allow yourself to hours down on taro? What's the other one on? Irvine three right hours, at least and the worst is that. You go on the first show at eight o'clock. So if you could get there and forty five minutes normally you'd leave after traffic, but you gotta leave at six fifteen. You've got gotta go right into the crush. Even on Saturdays. That's right. Yeah. On Saturdays needed to our. It's weird that Saturday is as trafficky now as it used to be you could count on the weekends. All right. Let me tell you quickly. If you're gonna get in that car and sitting at traffic Castrol edge. That's what you need stronger. Under pressure engines can lose up to ten percent of performance due to friction Castrol edge with fluid. Titanium transforms the bay stronger three times three times. Against leading full synthetic viscosity breakdown. 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You had with your girlfriend on your cell phone, which is also being recorded while your wife was out of town. And it's all getting sold back the owned, blah, blah, blah. I can kind of get it like every everything's listening everything still in but being chased around with your sex rove is now donning strap on. But it's the one seven. Right. Chasing you around your apartment ready. You know what? I mean, the worm has turned. Yeah. This is future. This is what my my son can look forward to being hunted and sexually assaulted by sexual robot for the record to any man listening. If you partake in any of this robot activity, you are a looser and less we're talking about the dance in which case, you're the life of the party actual, no, you wouldn't you wouldn't touch a robot. And that looked like a woman and not in a middle Aries. It's gonna outlive us all then because this is what they said they said hackers can hack into a robot or and have full control over arms legs other attachments, and in some case knives or wielding devices and often these robots can be upwards of two hundred pounds and very strong once about hacker hackers full control the last thing you want. A hacker have control of one of these robots this to it. It's to be. Weird. I've said before like was it. Who was I don't know. If it was Courtney Cox, whose like had the know who was female. Oh, I'm sorry. Not Courtney Cox. Demi Moore, then we more had like a situation with some overdosing Masuda or something and our system was like calling in and going she's and the nine one one operates going what did she take? What did she take because I don't want this on TMZ right tomorrow? This going to be a part where I'm hiding in my closet, and my sex robot is hunting me down and using using the strap on battering ram, Darryl gates style, penis, just mashing and through the door. And I'm going to be nine urgency. Here car over I calm down. What's emerhency, sir? Shit my own living room? All right. Are you alone? Descent somebody who. Okay, is there one attacker or multiple attackers? It's one but just send somebody now now on channel long to have a weapon. Pat Benneteau says she's not these Sex's weapon. This kind of doing. S sort of stabbing to bucket. They didn't break into the house. They were already in the house is the domestic situation live alone. But they already have. Dick's coming through the door. Bring channel locks. Oh jumper cable persons named dick. No, just bring jumper cables. Bring jumper cable Celtic trip line. Yeah. What's not happening? Not being hunted by sex on. Just right. Not happening. Not being hunted by sex robot. Yeah. I don't have any ethnicities Asian, but not real. But don't write that down and Tremaine all anyway to send someone jumper cable channel lock on the way. I don't wanna cop you have tech guy there. I mean, we have Phil works on the like who fixes the motorcycle. Overnight dot would be me. Guy. Thank you are listening in remaining silent tell this call. I did what did I hit everything? Okay. You set up. You cat five cat six Coack all of it. Okay. Can we jump in and unmarked squad car and make your way to my home? Let's just forget we had this conversation. Leave the comments here actually tenable law. Choirs still be on the line. Yeah. Okay. I need Slumdog over my place. Not not at my name is Robert Robert rushing or whatever originally was anyway channel locked linemen dykes. Okay. Some co ax and jumper cables. So I need to say everything use it again, but more likely, okay? Understanding you bring twenty feet a co ax cable. I don't know why I'm not on the dick came. I mean, the thing that type of language on the phone. Okay. K Robert writing this down for you. I am in a closet in the entry hall of running out of batteries in bars jumping on my car. I need you to bring jumper cables. Coack Lyman dykes channel. I asked your ethnicity, sir. If you come in, and you see the I will tell you I'm American, and that's all that matters in this man events, or what is your necessity? Okay. My my mom is like Gotch Irish or something dad's talion just go onto time line of our countries. You will have someone right over he made it the ass. Good. Now. You should look for a bear Astro bot. Who's pressed up against the closet door? That'll be your man or woman particular case that is actually Sadah. Hey, I was looking at the. Linear time versus the flexible time and those India was all the way with Nigeria and Kenya on the right? They're gonna affect this travel. And that's why I asked you depending on switch timelines. Okay. So I'm probably about seven minutes away from being violated by a robot. Do you think we could do a little less Chit chat a little more rolling on this? Call absolutely, sir. Based on your initiative, someone that would be knocking on doors shortly. Yeah. Oh, and again, I don't wanna cross the line ethnically. But I did send out for Indian last night. So there's some couscous and curry chicken curry if this goes, right? If not none for you. That is okay, sir. We have Prentice apply here. All right. So jumper cables. Once you repeat to me what I told you to bring I'm going to put somebody on the line now a black person prepared to be feisty. Okay. Hello. How you Jamal not lacrosse Krisha aside. Sorry. I help you. Yeah. I am. There's somebody my home attempting to rape me. Excuse me sire. There's no need for that type of language high help you okay. I need you to get jumper cables. Co ax linemen dykes and channel locks and and make haste to my home went to. Hey, Smain haste is the opposite of waist. Okay. Hold on sell. My haste means fast. Oh, okay. Didn't just say that damn. Why are you trying to be smart? Yeah. You know? I don't understand English. Why are you trying to be smart? Well, let me tell you something. I'll pay your culture compliment, many are men are very hasty, and they dominate one hundred meter sprints. That may fast. I'm still here. Yes. It means there and seen. Thank you very much. So you're gonna get right prior robots. Please don't get raped by your robot. Apparently, there's already been one case of a bluetooth enabled. But plug really Jona town on somebody last year. So everybody careful nor this panisse direction. This is a PSA protecting people. All right. Let's do another fun thing. Brian your any? Were at the funeral of the guy who was killed brutalized and raped by robots or to conduct the college to get their time where the parents of the deceased he actually I should use. Gene should be accident. Do you play? The the law. The neighbor used to have the neighbor is to have seen years. And if attended the funeral sadly, Kurt right, our son, and let's Kurt laud used to trim my hedges when he says, how did Kurt die? You're going to yell skiing accident you'll fire at the orphanage. And then we'll swap. All right, ready. Go Dave how you hold stuff in a tough tough. You imagine Kurt so young. How if I may ask how did Kurt pass away fire? I mean, I've split accidents not being brutally by robots. Though, the orphanage the only part I really got clearly whether he wasn't raped to death by a robot. Does it really matter? Skiing and there's a lodge fire. And that didn't involve a robot. Okay. Then being brutally raped by robot condolences to you both. And let's hope you have a young son as well to. I'd like to talk about robot. Rape. We'll talk to Mitchell about robot rape. But that has nothing to do with this situation. Sequitur for a funeral. I fear for his life. 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Broadcast warned sports network, prisons goods sports, high sports fans. Welcome to brand new episodes of good sports ama- shack here. Adam Karol over there ace we left off yesterday. You we're going to tell us why you're conflicted at least about the new football league being called the alliance. This to me as I think in life that you are conditioned. Everybody says be yourself being unique IGT celebrated. As a marketing thing that what's best is unique in is distinct, and yet once you get into professions, you find that your peers try to jam you into what's worked in the past sim. Oh, as an example, doing sports stuff, I go and ask stupid questions of football players at the Super Bowl. I asked him if it's a must-win game. And the stink eye that I get from the from the hard boiled reporters like how dare you sully this this sacred ritual with your own ish Ness, and it's like. Well, you're all the same. You're all doing the exact same line of questioning if nothing else I'm doing something different than I think that the alliance does that why the chargers need to change their name ace from LA to the Hollywood chargers. That's a great idea. Hollywood chargers. Anki it really it. Sounds like a fifties motorcycle. Silks jackets said Hollywood chargers Hollywood on top and the half crass the crescent and then the chargers like lightning bolts at the bottom road bikes. Yeah. It's funny. It is. I made me thinking I'll tell you. Why alliance has bad for for this podcast? But it was funny. I did one of those FOX and friends shows or something when I was in New York a million years ago, and it's like all the checks with the white teeth, and the hair just so and sort of they'd have that like everyone, just, you know, all those FOX checks in sort of half, the talk with FOX and Adam Corolla like sitting between all of them, and we're like kibitzing about this my new book, or whatever was and and certain point. I'd just went kinda blurted out who do you think? Who thinks slept together last you think it's been longer for you think Hillary and Bill or Oprah statment, and they all just looked at me. What what who's who's got it on last been a longer dry spell for? We're going to answer that. Not talking here. Like, oh, no. Like get out of bounds. Except for some subjects like would be outs- unvarnished opinions slam. Oh, it's called outnumbered. Well, aptly named outnumbered certainly outnumber looked around. And all these their teeth are blinded by the whitest teeth ever. And there should be a dental office just called. Fox checks like we do the teeth on the chicks from FOX. Yeah. Matter teeth, we do the FOX ticks the whitest teeth in the world. Anyway, aligns Gary's going to have to help look this up but somewhere around nineteen eighty one eighty two eighty three Renault Renault, the world's worst automotive manufacturer that the people who invented the car Renault for no the worst manufacturer in Europe of automobiles. I mean, you know, you got him w Porsche you have all the great all the greats Jaguar and everything else. And then there's Renault Renault. They'll worst in Europe got together with AMC in the United States and get together with Chevy or Ford got the guy with the worst manufacturer. In the United States, and they combine their forces to create the Renault alliance. And I remember myself. It's like when The Danny devito. Rhea Perlman like, hey, we gotta have a kid like it's one. That's it. That's Renault alliance. It was the worst car ever made. And it was how could how could it not be? Degree plus pedigree goals pedigree. We'll take man as and catch up, and you put it together. You get the best spread ever right because you take the past in the past and you combine forces. And now you got you got this. This is the worst worst and the worst. It was an eighty three to eighty seven. Was it Renault an AMC? That's right. Okay. It's like a weird. It's like a European looking K car is what that looks like let's say a member seeing this. Let's make the world's worst car. I'm sure they would have included a zuzu from Japan. Now, we've got the world's worst. We got to Japanese manufacturer with the worst European manufacturer. And the worst American man, very come together. So this this this hearkens back to a dark decision made in the past. That's why you don't like the af going by alliance the alliance. That's that your your grievances. Just that in your brain, you think of the renewal? As they should call. It the Gestapo how about the Corolla the Corolla would work the Corollas high end the curl. That's a car. That's a reliant day called you yet for real you love cars. Why haven't they gotten in touch with you to do spots for them? I don't know. But I do remember harkening back circling back to low self esteem and Craig Kilborn Craig Kilborn ice to show all the time because he was in town, and I was on the shortlist like people drop off, and they need someone and it was at CBS, and it was like on the way to love line. And I'd go there like, you know, seven seven eight whatever do it, and then just keep driving a love line and. I did a show once and he would do like five questions at the end of the Saguenay and. They'd always ask questions that were sort of tied to the the the guest, obviously. And I remember once I have no idea what any of us questions were. But I remember once it'd be sent with love line or something that Jimmy or man show or something one time he psych hits the most popular. Model that Toyota sells, and I go Camry. He goes, no. And I. Yoursel? No Cressida this still making the Chris, I literally was my name and my. I know I know the game is four for you to wrong with you you really? That is a weird blind spot that you have given your hyper lucidity for light, your your ability to observe everything. And yet that is weird blind spot that you don't understand something that would reflect I guess, positively back on you bad or no self esteem. But I remember thinking like, of course, it's the Corolla. Yeah. Toyota should get hold of me that I mean, listen, the other one that I think I think I just. Shouting into the ocean or whatever the collision. What? What? Okay. Yeah. Well, yeah. Why what you can whistle mix? That's a hate crime. Now, right. Shouting into the what the whatever it is the one I really want to have happen here. And I'm in touch with those with that with Beto Durant, and some other people who have some that do with golden boy, he gotta get you. Gotta be the third man in the in the boxing thing. It's gotta happen. If they let Dennis Miller go in there into the Monday night football booth. Surely Adam Corolla deserves a place on one fight night. Just calling the call in the fights. I did daily or the Indy. Five hundred how about that. You know, what would happen if they can if maroon five if there's evidence that playing some band at halftime makes increases viewership for the Super Bowl. Then surely the promise that Adam Corolla is going to jazz up your race car thing for the next three hours by cracking. Some wise alongside whoever else is calling the shots. I refuse to believe that that wouldn't increase viewership. Do you one? Better. I was at Indy last year. It wasn't my birthday on my birthday half the time. The kids. Enjoy it to now being they didn't enjoy the date. I could. I could weave in my birthday. I could sing happy birthday to me. You know could celebrate right. So many things celebrate what's more American than the Indy. Five hundred celebrating Adam Curle birthday at the Indy. Five hundred America. All right. So that's it. For this episode of good sports. We'll be back with one four you tomorrow until them for Adam Curle, Dave damage checkout. Folly Adam Karol show on Twitter at Adam cruel show. Follow the ace man on Twitter and Adam Karol eight he'll be visit voicemail at eight six three four one seven four four for tickets fallen online on angry, then spokesman and more just go to Adam Corolla dot com. Stay tuned for eighteen. I can't believe it that Gerald is presenting the quarterly budget report with finger puppets. Look here comes a one point seven percent decrease in fixed overhead Henault, everybody. 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ACS (Part 1): Vinnie Tortorich and Matt Richtel

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Power dot com rocket mortgage orange by quicken loans push-button get mortgage from studios does in glendale california this the adam corolla shell adams gas today vinnie torture edge with gina grad on news ball brian on sound effects the fax and a call from pulitzer prize winning reporter matt rectal and now on happy warrior adam corolla the active it on get it on the choice but again on your mandate you get it on. Thanks for tuning in and thanks for sharing the love that about you good day gina grant to you brian. I got no brains but i'm all back. I am going to be in portland tonight with mario. Andretti at the world speed motorsports museum him with a good short mat and we're doing our live carcass there so come on out mex- pats going to be there as well good old time so cool museum <hes> i thought about <hes> dentistry and <hes> supermarkets <hes> supermarket news also also supermarket. I'm al- i'm also <hes> just found out. I'm doing the alec baldwin comedy central road. It came down officially came down officially. I you know it's not. I haven't done a roast in a while. I'm not on anyone's roast lists s._u. Rusty yeah. I am roasting. That's funny. I'm a little rusty. I got a little ring russ so but roasts never sleeps the corden anyway so i did the <hes> the hugh hefner in the pay him anderson one but the separate roast but i have not done one in a while so it's kind of a a muscle <hes> on the other hand i have been going out with consistency in doing stand up some sort of used to being on my feet and sort of working material so that's a i'm like i'm like i'm in shape. I'm not football the mid season form but you're an early right so found out a little about it and it's not my here's my whole thing thing and it's more people should do this but i would. I'm not on the roast list at comedy central. There's a handful of comedians indians they use and then they go after you know dignitaries notables or blake griffin. Are you know they want some names. Coby bryan little off off the radar to taste. They'll they'll take martha stewart anybody and then there's the five guys do the roasting all media yeah. It's a concise concentric circles rising people every time the jeffrey ross is and whoever then it's like comedy central people you'll have shows or promote or whatever and that it's the marine mccormack's ormoc right and then they'll find out and they'll see they'll stunt cast. You know so caitlyn jenner's doing it <hes> now. I'm not on that list and <hes> <hes> that's <hes> that's fine at the sabban theater was here nelly. I guess yeah and i don't <hes> my old thing is if i'm not on the list. I'm not on the list. That's fine and that's why i haven't done one in a while but mike august found out about it and he said you gotta get in on that roast lists. They're doing baldwin and i'm like i don't know because my feeling is if you want me to do it then but he's put you know baldwin baldwin one would want you to do oh and this that and the other so long story short i just reached out to baldwin and said hey could you tell the people that i'd like to be on the list of of roasters sisters and he said yeah and so now so that's why i'm on the list. Have you started writing and are you started. Are you writing for other people on the dais jokes toward them. Yes yes started writing horrible jokes about other people on the dais and we know who's on there is that r- rose on their ceylan jalen jan you're right yeah robert deniro joel mchale debra messing comedian chris read jeff ross us <hes> blake griffin caitlyn jenner sean hayes ken jong nikki glaser and caroline ray the best. I want to be an usher. This is spreading around. This is great so there you have it so yes. I was that out of korea cook coke korhola. I was at the father son fantasy football draft last night at a note pad on my table and that's like feverishly writing stuff down and some other data on players. You're your stats at harder like bruce. Jenner pussy jokes like oh. You're such a cut up right. Sunny was completely charging. I'm i'm trying to make deniro joe. Whatever jokes so i don't have i have some notions they're not really. They're not really that sorted voted out yet so i'm working on it. Are you going to get up and work those out the next week or two well robert de niro's. They're just folks couldn't one could while i'm traveling and then we're kind of kind of a pond so i might get a day. I might light get as stage appearance possibly or to to try to work this out but it's a pretty small window ndo so i'm not really going to get that. I'm going to get to go up on stage like chris rock workout the monologue for the academy award. Can i tell you something about alec baldwin and he's into zeitgeist. Give awesome book. I started reading last night and i couldn't put it down. Alec baldwin's a promise to ourselves. Really eat is incredible. What when did it come out. God and maybe ten years ago. It's it's a story about it. He it's his autobiography specifically about his divorce and litigation and the in the juvenile court system in l. a. These are all things that are very interesting and compelling to me and he is very very honest about it and about his relationship and how it really focused focuses though on the los angeles court system and i couldn't put it down and you're just picked it up last night yeah last night. Yeah i bought it on amazon. The other day and i just bought i just started as a total coincidence you so jeff ross called me last night and he was like hey we're on your on with roast and you're just picking up baldwin's feverishly ashley on amazon yeah no i i start last night where the first couple of chapters and wow i'm. I'm really glad he wrote it but you promise never to write another fucking books walk-through hack promise to ourselves promise promise all of us humanity all right <hes> so <hes>. There's that hat i was. I was at the dentist. I was telling you guys that <hes> earlier in the week <hes> as i've said before i never really know what how the dentist works in terms of what they're charging for and what they what doesn't once covered by insurance or whatever but it's a thousand inboxes basically what it was to get this titanium post put into my my jaw line and as we discussed in the past. I'm not outraged by a thousand dollars to live. I get to eat what is the purpose of the post the post the way they do teeth these used as if you have a bad tooth the tooth is cracked and it's cracked down low and whatever i had cracked a tooth cracked and one went down into the job what they do is they extract the tooth and then they already asked they try to build back up the the area that they extracted tooth rum might doing like a bone graft and a gum graft and whatever and then they give you say bad toothy six month these he's too he'll go and they check up on you and one st think this sort of bays takes base. No not take oh yeah does busiest raft and everything everything looks healed up then they have a base to now go back drill a hole and put in titanium post. Come on the once. The post is healed. You guys don't know about any of this post i first off. I'd never know him. I never had a cavity. Oh you're you're in good shape. Whoa i i when i listen to dr drew radio show. Every third spot is cheap dental implant. Whatever i think they're looking for a slightly older. Send you know the the the teams don't get the post but at a certain point possibly in your dental career instead of getting a bridge with a tooth in it or something like they used to have they'll just put a post in your jaw and then they'll glue glue a new two to your post so the process is pull the one tooth he'll it up put the post in and then at some point sculpt sculpt a tooth in glue it to the post okay so i tune out a long time ago. We're now at the at the post part. It's like i edano eight hundred bucks to get whatever this is all insurance covers this but it doesn't cover that or cover sixty percent of the post at titanium doesn't cover covered titanium post whatever it is i'm just saying i give the person a thousand dollars happily now. I have a thousand dollars. You need needs support traffic next weekend painted we don't you know i have a thousand dollars. It's easier for me but i'd say most people could scrape together thousand dollars dollars and it's your jaw. It's your mouth. It's infections. It's it's a way of life and it could kill you. It would have killed you. Make your life singularly worse hundred hundred years ago you would die from from this infection you know and now you pay a thousand bucks. You get your new tooth. I'm all right with that. <hes> <hes> i also like the notion that this guy's really good and i don't have to pull the bakery ticket and wait for a year and a half to get someone who subpar. This guy gets paid. He makes a good living. I want him to make a good living scott a good office. He has expenses and i started thinking like government government government government. Let them handle it like let them handle the healthcare. Let them handle the schooling. Let them handle the education. I don't know how are the meals at l._a. Unified school district strict government sort of handling your food and then think about food. I mean think about the options think about the trader joe's a sprouts and the or if you wanna go the mexican market over you just want to go to the chapel lay the taco bell or the extremes or whatever the government is involved. They're regulating the food in the me theoretically except for the guy selling the ghetto dogs at the staple center but i mean we want some government participation. They've been does a regulation extent. They can't buy off off brand gray market no pun intended meet by fda bird dogs or whatever theoretically yeah carton somewhere yeah right so smart and final right right so the government has a role in that they're inspecting the me then in their back in the kitchen of the aaa putting a thermometer in the mayonnaise or whatever fine but other than that. Let's have everyone compete. Wait for our business because imagine what the supermarkets would look like. If it's just one big government run affair i mean how miserable would you be. How would you and christie how insanely miserable would be. We would be no trader. Joe's there's no sprouts. There's nothing he would still be here. We're gonna take our lives a long time ago and then snow notion is the government would just take over trader. Joe's it'd be the same old trader joe's ball god damn shit they would fuck it up and ten seconds so fishes and loaves from handmaid's tale all right so what i'm saying is. I don't know this notion of like. Let the government handle it. Let them take it over. I'd let them takeover everything. I've not signed off. I've not seen a lot of indicators that they do a fantastic job. I happen to think the trader joe's versus gilson's versus. The sprouts versus the irwan. I like them all kind of competing governments in they're expecting the meat but they're in their vying for our dollars. That should be the end of the reach. I kinda like it that way and again. I don't know you everyone wants government to take over everything just picture supermarkets markets for ten minutes and imagine a fucking hell. We'd be living in so yes. You have to pay more. If you wanna go to gallison's or sprouts but you don't have to you can go to the mexican market. John john's sanity as you all right matt <hes> rectal. It's rick doll. Isn't it on line three matt. You speak the again i have an idea you auction your tooth <hes> okay <hes> and then use that money for the documentaries funny yeah yeah come on. I think you get. I think you take. I think you look i would pay eight dollars for your tooth well. I didn't start the bidding. I think aac already call the medical waste and probably incinerated. It's where you can't take home your own medical waste. You know what i mean like your tooth or whatever yeah let's take another to me you get your your driver's license expires and you go get a new one and they went your old one back punch. I have another offer for you. I will give you one of my body parts. I we're gonna do this mad. I'm gonna take my tooth and i'm going to sell it to a horny asian man so we can get a boner her. I'm gonna tell them. This is better than rhino task. It's good ma- would last time we spoke to you. I think we're well. This is just an extension. If you're a horrible idea realty idea matter you high right now i was brilliant. You're you're my inspiration. Remind us okay. I wanna be your muse. You're lucky stone rough while i'm thinking and you come up with a good i have our we're back at the rubbing of the tooth in the stone. That's right the last time we spoke. We were talking about all this sort of pure al and all the immune system and all all that stuff is that correct we did that those and <hes> is that that was based on article. You wrote yeah yeah. That was <hes> that's part of this whole thing on on drug resistant infection. The immune system me being super serious. You guys indulging me that kind of thing. That was weird. I was talking to a physician last night eight at a fantasy football draft of my son and it's so funny in his another guy but it's so funny with doctors doctors because they sit there and they just casually tell you i'm going. I don't use shampoo use soap and i don't use pure al and he's like well. You know it turns out that too much paralysis a bad friend. It's like yeah yeah. I know but remember eight years ago. When you're screaming at everyone to disinfect over and over again. It must be nice just to go from super bowl winner to super bowl winner the pass they're in my team and he was still trying to get he was distracting you to try to get your sunday. Pick andrew luck so it's just retired ever got. It got it. We got it. We we chose not to laugh so that is that's a done deal all that and but is it gonna keep going like. Are we gonna keep finding out like my next. One is the spray on sunscreen. I feel yeah. That's gonna be a killer the white long the white long well. I think it really depends do do you only apply to your nose. I never apply to anything thing. I just sort of put a hat on in or are we being serious. Let me be serious. I would okay here be funny where we're living now internet so tragic purgatory. I think we're going to discover that we have over corrected on a bunch of stuff and and and and and some of this some of this is gonna is gonna go back to a very simple premise which is we can't solve for everything and and so we're going to have to pull back on some of our miracle solutions because they almost everything we do has a side effect in fact it's just the it's just the nature of the world and and we gotta quit hoping that everything's going to be solved so easily i agree and i think we're taking taken all the hysterical moms or weaponising them and then we're just sending them out to buy everything and rub it on everyone. We had this. We had this discussion last time. Then i said i refused to participate in discussion that involved the sense hysterical mom's on the grounds that if my wife listens to this <hes> i think i think she'll take all of our teeth like in that movie. <hes> what's the movie where they drill into the guys gums marathon marathon man yes timely namely the book. The man would die yeah. That was <hes> what am i ninety and in need of dental care. It's it's <hes> available now on amazon but this is not one ear pulitzer prize winning articles. This is a novel. Yes isn't novel. It's a comedic novel and i have to say it because no one can ever find it if we if we don't say this. I wrote a under a pen name. My pin name is a._b._c. Did you all the man who wouldn't die why using name well <hes> i'm supposed to be a serious new york times reporter. I ride serious nonfiction books about the immune system and harpercollins <hes> set you much them well. It's funny. Regardless neck is no plume is a jewel and minds jewels dash and that's good yeah we should ask him about <hes> termite in the <hes> <hes> bedbugs bedbug termites louis farrakhan uh semi. I'm anti termite. That doesn't make you ain't not samat actually here you. You know what it is y. Lose lose to me. Which is i get what you're trying to do. You're trying to offend jews or whatever curry favor with folks. That aren't fans but it's it's not even clever that's right. This is lose lose. Surreal matt rectal sorry matt. I get that when i talk <hes> <hes> when i talk you cut me off. The bed bug controversy. Has that bruin over at the at the paper. Was that the new york times who was in new writer writer it remind me there was a big break on every floor of the paper san francisco. I am usually usually <hes>. I nap through that stuff. Oh god bless a big controversy with the stevens state brad stevens uh-huh. Oh yeah yeah so listen i i i cannot i cannot do hysterical. Moms and i cannot get into new york times uh-huh controversies on account of what's the word. I'm looking for being fired. Oh i you guys can pepper me with questions and i can make silly koya responses but <hes> yeah we we've. We're kinda admonished to you know <hes> <hes> wa- quietly. Here's a question if anyone ever referred to you as a bedbug. Would you lose your mind or not so much. You're asking me that in the most generic sense just completely hypothetical. I i would be okay with it. Okay cool. I have been called a lot of things mostly by my friends and usually that means. It's a term of endearment. I know what they turn so my my name my name my last name's rectal if you on the high school baseball team with me what would you turn that name into as a sign of affection in yes rectal it has to be. I'm trying to think for me. I've been called tons of things all the time. I don't care i speak horrible things about. I care when people write articles and they go after jimmy. Kimmel mehta's ill-fated move in the late night comedy central performed kara lack demy. It's like no they didn't they offered me. Fifty grand ran an episode and begged me to stay so those are lies or those are inaccuracies. I don't mind you can call me a do but don't write things that are wrong in put them out there that i'm sure analysts bedbug ought role. I will say this wanna say that. I really really want to say this as as maybe a friend of the show. This is what i want to say you. Only you can determine that there is a huge distinction between the editorial page of the the new york times which expresses the opinions of the people who right there and the reporters and the reason. I say this is because i take my duty so seriously to get the facts right sure ranked on this thing this vaping thing right now with people <hes> getting sick i have we have been so freaking cautious. You guys making sure not to coming to the headlines. We've seen around talking talking to the pulmonologist. I just want to draw that distinction adam and gang because i really want people to understand that the the many of those of us gathering gathering news on the front lines would cost off a pinkie before we deliberately get a fact raw well. This is interesting because now we have kayla alan bean here who was recently hospitalized and thinks it may have been vaping situation gone south. What does that kale. I use the i i used very frequently and i'm twenty seven no family history of blood clots and none of the pulmonologist and under the hematologists can figure out what caused this blood clot. The only theory are we right. Now is my excessive use of an e cigarette what where did that come from his blood thickens that came from one of our crack employees over here when when i say crack i mean high on crack employs taylor. Who's recently hospital is nothing to do with it with a lot of blood clots. Let's say say it again because because maybe matt will use this in his testimonial next article yeah i was hospitalized with d._v._d. Blood clot my right leg that then moved into lungs and caused a pulmonary embolism and again the hematologists that i went to has no idea what could have caused this and still trying to figure it out still going to doctors still getting my blood examined still doing this. This is on july fifth. I went to the squeezes caroline and and and what do you vape nicotine or or t._h._c. t._h._c. nicotine nicotine what and how often i would do it very frequent frequently probably an average of about one puff per three or four minutes all right. Hey could give give g- send me an email. We'll do send matt or in. Don't send a b jewel email because ah we don't have to talk about my book but if we don't it will be impossible for me to take advantage of people by selling it to them and it's a detective novel about silicon con valley and social media and it's it's called the man who wouldn't die and that's all i need it. It's available now on amazon the matt thanks i'll get you hooked up and it's available now and amazon there you go click their us and we'll get kaelin to reach out to you and see if he can factor into do your latest expose vaping. Hey you guys have the pleasure have a have a great advocate one. Thanks matt serious stuff man's traumatic as your as your dad okay since or cold turkey. I'm done back to cigarettes. Nicotine gum bashes offers back. Yeah you know we're it's an interesting time. I'm always thinking about it. I was commenting on it. <hes> yesterday day to the same group of guys while i was writing jokes and there were picking out players for their sons football fantasy football team <hes> sunday such a weird time then they send everything on an email and they get the whole team and then <hes> like they send everyone else this team and you're supposed look at everyone else's team and like my son hallmark came in as roma's. I wanna see our team and i stuck thing now. Okay what would a good dad say that it showed me. He showed me our team and then later you wanna see other guys teams and i'm like <hes> now. I don't know a certain point. There's only so much fantasy see that. I can indulge in up. We were talking about this thing that i've been drilling down on and i'm guilty of myself which is a constant reaching for a bottle reaching for a nut reaching for a piece of gum reaching for meant reaching for cup sucking off something hitting off something toting around big totes of water and carrying things around with them and ed different people have different vices vices. Some some people smokes people vape. Some people chew gum. Some people are constantly popping mints. Some people are just granting yeah. Some people get big. Things of a sunflower seeds are constantly biding on 'em and spitting them out. Whatever most people are carrying water everywhere sucking off them all the time. You know there's a little extension of that too is smartphones smartphones and everything related to it that you're just just just checking on stuff all the time and it's rarely he doesn't manifest itself in when we do this behavior. It's not like well every ten minutes or so. I just do fifteen pushups like that it. It doesn't work that way every ten minutes or so i reached for some candy coated nuts or some smoke almonds or whatever it's a constant sort of weird aural hand hand to mouth kind of how many times you've just sitting in an air conditioned building and you take your bottle and you take the cap off you take a hit off it and you put it back and said it down down. You bet you will behave your weight like eighty one seconds and you read it again because all the it's just air conditioning. You're just sitting sedentary in a room but a kind kind of a it's a little bit of the dog kind of chewing on itself a little bit like it's not really serving us. We don't really need it but we're constantly. Gotta do it kind of reaching for something and you know they say well. Put your phone away at ten o'clock at night or turn the t._v. Off or carve out an hour where you're not engaged <hes> on twitter whatever and social social media what have you i would challenge everyone to go an hour without reaching for something. You know like let's tall laura. Uh take what are we supposed to do. Take that could be considered a stretch. If you're pitching for nothing going for the hopper taken a suck off something the thing doing doing whatever i mean i i because i do think there's some sort of physical connection of having to grab and you put in it manifest itself in different ways with different people but there is something to just sort of being still will lead and i think that's a good that's a that's a good challenge. That's a big part of meditation where a lot of teachers say you know if you're if you're in a meditation for ten or fifteen minutes and you get an itch or you have a thought or anything you want to move ahead of your head data center drama and don't give into that drama just be still dig a little time. I'm to be quiet yeah exactly chapter. The baldwin book outlined that all right. Let's see we have a tweet. We got <hes> ah chapelle special toward riches coming in <hes>. I was saying to you guys so <hes> joe walsh shoes <hes> a congresswoman i guess was what running for president running for president yeah on the republicans to and will he get on the balchunas primary challenge so he was doing this thing and he's going to run for president and it's like okay and then i saw his campaign ad and i don't know if we have at are just a written thing or you can read it <hes> yeah it says friends i'm in we can't take four more years of donald trump and that's why i'm running for president. It won't be easy but bravery is never easy but together we can do it. Join me join us go to joe walsh dot org. Let the let show the world. We're ready to be brave. So you know i have the hook words for the centuries were in which is if you go back to the fifties. It was all rocket this and space that supersonic step because we're getting into the jet age we're starting to luck. The sixties was more supersonic rockets. Space aged cars started looking like rocket ships by a baseball mate. It'd be the rocket doc. Id glove everything in a rocket or something on it. Then we got into the seventies and eighties seventies were is space at the beginning and we started getting an eighties. We started getting into turbo nevertheless turbo. There's like turbo colonic car start coming out with caravans turbo charge. It's your life your sex life and blah blah blah pepsi and coke out there cheerios terrorist wild jerry knock three lasers. There's a lot of rock yeah so i had a turbo a lotta mock and then we got into stealth fake deal ever stealth movies movie just called like stealth like stealth health colognes and movies and style than people start working it into their conversation. There was a dodge had car called the stealth like they just. I don't know why why was the stealth because that's where because in the sixties dodgers making a car called the rocketeer and now they're making the stealth because these are the buzzwords of the time all the bravery all now we've turned full fucking costs like full fucking push because now because there was all turbo rock and stealth supercharged supercharge and mockery and all that shit and now it's all just just about hero and brave don't forget about around the same time mach three in the nineties extreme everything was and i hadn't thought of it until you you brought the car thing i am. I am convinced that the reason for it had the explorer and expedition excursion was because it was kind of an extreme green in the yes it was in the zeitgeist yeah and they do they mean s._u._v. things but yeah anything extreme stealth but anyway we're all away from all the stealth in the rockets and the technology and the turbos were all into full push mode now with all the bunch of good vibes now. It's all vibes good vibe bray rave. Everyone's fucking in hero fucking not a hero. You're running for president as we all need to be brave now. What is i've been hearing and this brave hartford for five years uninterrupted. I've no fucking idea what anyone is talking about. What's going on. How are we standing up to. We intend him in square square and there's a tank rolling down or we all part of the french resistance or we all just go to our fucking jews joint sucks kale up go home and beat off and fuck and take a nap brave mode as far as i can tell everyone turn it a colossal pussy. Who's who's when what would we just up is. Are we in wartime. This red dawn are we. The wolverines like we going into town. Events me what's happening have been less. Everyone wants to be brave. Save but what's going on. There need to be brave yeah. We're going to fight for this. We're gotta fight illicit milano fucking hero. She's fighting name name. Get back to turbo spuds. Mackenzie called god damn life cheeses wears saying this fucking in guys fifty five years old. When did he sprout a pussy. What what are we all buy into this shit. Why does he think this obviously. He's just saying it because everyone is just saying but is that what you want out of a politician. I'm just going to echo what everyone else is saying like. This guy was in the if this guy was running against whomever in the eighties he'd be like we got a turbocharged my candidacy. We're gonna slide in like a stealth fighter and tim. We're gonna extremely run. This country to the max asks no fear that's right. That's what he would be saying but now we're all going to be brave. Tall i'm saying is hey retarded. People who's buying in who's in u. n. Were you in on the turbo. Were you in on the stealth. We're in on the rocket where you went on the space age yeah futuristic. The fifties was all futurama futuristic you. This is the kitchen of the future to show the kitchen of the future who by who's buying who's fighting all of this all the time i get it. They're selling probably a lot of people. Why are we buying why we constantly buying are we that malleable. That is a great question for christie. Bishop who probably works is probably on these meetings where these these quote unquote trigger words are important develop the mind yeah people's minds that fucking pliable and soft. I guess they are well. Maybe met rectal conducted deep dive into this but i think i may have found the exact moment in the nineties. We went from extreme puss bill on aptly named extreme well. This is the man was named extreme backcourt. Is this on the mount rushmore up tool to a high volatility. It planted the flag because you never turn earnestness. All no no certainly role in those windows out pretty fast follow pat hole in your heart in my heart we offer got. It was called extreme. This guy was going to be the lead singer for van halen for ten minutes scary sharon. He was going to be the lead singer for van halen for ten minutes. I don't know that it ever took off yeah known for his work for for extreme but and his short stint lead vocalist van halen now he did. He did one out and went on tour. I guess right. I guess all right all right. This is a long rally song. Lemme hit men minimum. Bring <hes> vinnie in here have have you discovered the benefits of cannabis yet. Now's never been a better time. Madman premium dispensaries invites you to live your best life. All you have to do trying to store near you. 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You realize i'm not a comedian i guy over there sean and he he's a world-class fabricator and that guy fucking fabricates he puts metal together and when he's done you can hold it and it works and i love that shit and then there's other sides of it where you get dr drew over here and i'm like god damn i have trouble sleeping a nicer half tab a melatonin in an pass out on the way to bed and i'm like fuck you if that doesn't work it doesn't work at also. I'll just do one half a mill. One smell it just sniff it. It and i'll pass out and i it doesn't work. It doesn't work and then there's the people that are like after you have a mantra and you and i live in a world where it's like the mechanical michael stuff works and then the only other stuff that works nyquil and oxy ten only thing to found to be effective in the exist shit worse sleeping and it's lever oxy ten works and nyquil works but vinnie's works. What he says works in a world where people telling you you got to drink more water. You'll feel better if you drink more water eight eight nine small meals all the the fucking being nonsense you here all day everyday. Nothing really worked vinnie shit works and the reason it's easy to make converts is because people try it for three days and it works immediately. You know it's interesting. You should say that because everyone's saying to me now hey what about all this. If if you look at meat is going to ruin the ozone layer. I said well. It's because guys like myself. You know the low carb guys that got on the computer. At first they were able to poo poo all of us but at some point you'll go wait. We have an n one and one means. Gina tries it. It works in one atom tries. It works now. You have millions of the people who have tried it and it works so now the pita v v community people. They're going wait a minute. They figured out it works. What what else can we say that meets doing. That's not good for us. Oh wait is putting a whole ozone. Layer complete runs yet well. It's it's it's very interesting. It's two who and a half years of trump's working with putin and then the next day. It's like well. He's a racist just shift the narrative. I get it. You don't like trump so it's he's putin the whole time and then literally the next day. It's like all right forget about that. He's a white supremacist like you just shifted so you go. You're blocking your arteries. You're you're ruining your heart. You're ruining your body. Then it's like turns out it's good for you. Oh okay you're ruining the ozone. We're going to shift to the neck and running on that on the democratic side. At least we don't know what the republicans are going to say because they haven't started their conventions or anything but a lot of democrats are running on. Hey meatless meatless mondays no more meat. We gotta cut meat down to one half fake meat and stat and boy. I can really go off that crap. I want you to talk about the real burger. Whatever whatever possible for the thing that's crazy is we been steeped in this meat stew for so long that when you see people people go on these shows from petah and it's the chick from petah and they're always like listen you know heart disease diabetes obesity the city. I mean come on we got. It's a health issue here. We got to cut this out and you're listening going wrong wrong wrong like but they just go on they put a mic on and they just start pushing it out there as if it's real and i know it's like when de blasios like meatless monday. Look let them let them have a slice of pizza on in a bagel. Let them be healthy for a change. It's like okay but that's accuracy. Hey we're going to stop this not look even if you take before we got meatless mondays when you had like chicken nuggets at any given restaurant right that was franken food that was merely chicken and there was a little piece of chicken with all all kinds of chemicals. No one should eat that paint goo famously mcdonagh exactly the pink slime or whatever they call it now. They've taken that beyond one step further. They've taken it to the max. I can't imagine anything being worse than this. They've made a beyond burger and meatless and tastes better than beef and all these different things number one. They're calling it meet which i don't know how they get away with that. How can you have meat in the title number two. They're using nothing but chemicals to come up with this taste and they're trying to sell it on the fact that this is actually healthier for you which drives me up and down the other. What is the beyond burger have love. I mean i'm assuming someone's going to have to pull it up. So i can lose my mind. The one thing we did talk about a million years ago and brian and i were filling in that day was they they all were so excited by patting themselves on the back because they cracked the code for hemi are he or however you want to pronounce it which tastes like blood which makes it real. The coloring i think is beet juice to get it to bleed. If you fucking hate me right. Why are you doing. That should be result. Come on i don't i the scotch and the building. I can't do this work but here's the thing thing i this is. The time we're living in when movements or ideas become become religion then they become weaponized in every direction in. It's never a good thing the whole meet movement is not really about science or health. It's turned into a it's a religion for nonreligious people ironically but it is their religion and it's like meat is murder her. You know we'll think about that. Statement meat is murder who wants to be involved with that. I don't even know what i mean. This is the problem when we weaponize everything and turn it into a religion. Then facts are out the window at this point and we just go on and it becomes basically your uh-huh rob reiner's religion is everyone should stop smoking rob reiner basically invented secondhand smoke and then invented fifty five thousand the americans dying of secondhand smoke because it's a religion to him and he just like you saying to your kid the boogeyman under your bed. You need to do your homework and and go to sleep. It's okay to lie to kids to get them to do what we wanted to do because we're right in this particular case the wrong. That's the scary part of their religion. The scary harry part is they want you to eat more bagels and pasta and everyone's just getting fatter and they're pushing you the wrong direction if religiously it's like like i'm not religious at all but i wish people followed the ten commandments i could sleep with my own line to find idea to me. This is a bad religion in in a bad idea and it is funny. They want right from your arteries to the ozone like that. The conversation has just changed the narrative and we're we're going to keep it going. They started with new green deal and when you go wait has anyone vetted this new green new deal or whatever it's called as well. Don't you want it to be a better plan well. Oh yeah well like that. I like kayaking hiking. I would like it to be better but it has invented this because it doesn't make sense fucking and love the movie deliverance man favorite hobbies right in there <hes> the ingredients you want to read that genus would vinnie things first thing is always is adam always points out water. <hes> pea protein isolate expelled pressed canola oil refining canola oil vinnie not a fan. Let's stop before before we get to. Canola oil water great was we started off got right out of the box really good p protein isolates. Whenever you take protein gene from any kind of vegetable. You have to break it down. It's such a franken food a ready that when people people ask me all the time which protein powder shit. I take the answer as zero. There is not one of the market you should take. You wanna protein powder. Eat a steak eat some real eggs. Don't get the bastard. I stopped so number two and then you go to expel oppressed canola oil canola oil by itself before you fuck it dry up the ass the way they stint instead jesus so good we passed. It's already bad right. It's horrible for you and then we're gonna hey less process that even more now it's heart art unhealthy by the time we get to the third thing and then you have refined coconut oil what was wrong with coconut oil to begin with. I don't know but they have very mean when you refined. You're taking taking someone who basically you're taking the flavor out. Saturday just tastes like an oil. Now you have what's on the market is an m._c._a._t. Oil try having a little too much of that in the morning and watch what happens opensky. Luckily they will clean you out. I mean it will wipe you right <hes>. He already need toilet paper. It will clean everything out of your body. Then let's move onto it contains two cellulose. That's basically saw us right. That's also you los angeles memphis but at this point is two percent or less introducing the brian glad you brought that up because we're gonna be talking about that later on in the show whenever you look at potato starch two percent or less and you're looking cannot methyl cellulose two percent or less natural flavors multidex when you start adding all of those up you see when you have two percent or less you don't have to put it on the nutrition nutrition facts side of the page right so instead of just putting they could've just put all methyl cellulose or potato starch. The problem is the government says if you just put one and you put enough of it now you have to lift listed under nutrition facts the one the grid that everyone reads. It'll it'll take everything notices oil. Now you have sunflower oil again dry up the ass vegetable glycerin dried yeast. I have have no idea maybe this for flavoring then you go into everything else the beet juice system so stupid questions fall to your question. What is it what its own oil water and protein slow. It's mashed up ban oils all band oil. I mean when you eat these eating oil water and the most heart and how this this will cause plaque on your arteries. This is how you die how much healthier to eat a beef burger than this. There's no number that all right everybody so. We're all doing this in the name of health or we're doing it in the name of saving the ozone. I know we've shifted from the health. We've taken get a little shift from the health because the health is a little more provable and it turns out the data's coming in and your side is wrong with the preaching about the meat is murder so we're gonna shift something. That's a little more debatable as far as what cows do and how how they how they affect the ozone or how greatly affect the ozone or methane or whatever i don't know what you know about that listen when a boy is born on the bayou and he could put on a movie that has zero dollars backing that movie and the first week you can beat apollo eleven and you can go out and beat free solo and go right to the top of the list. It means that there's a lot of people they're interested in what that boy from the buy you house to say. I didn't make up those numbers. That's the facts right. You don't do that without any dollars behind the movie unless there's a group of people out there going wait this works and i want all of my family members to see someone by a bunch of copies or whatever they did so when you can do that then you have to go. We're losing that not only over losing that fight. The fight is over with well. Which would you like in it too. I mean the problem we run into. I think in this country any country that's kind of laid out the way this country is. It's like you have defense contractors and they have big government contracts and they're multibillion dollar alor industries and at some point there's no war and so we kind of need a war to keep these guys the you know the conveyor belts moving and then also someone will say like you wanna shut down that factory. That place employs eighteen thousand people. It's like well. They're making parts for tank. We don't use and it's like i know these lobbying their government and these guys are gonna be unemployed and before you know it. We've built up this giant industry that we don't really need and it's not helping anyone in. It's not serving. Anyone is a matter of fact. It's hurting people but yet there's so many moving pieces this is and there's so many people who benefit financially from it that it's just taken on a life of its own and feel like you're sort of saying that's kind of what the food food industry as many as the food industry you have the drug industry and you have insurance so they all three have giant lobbies. One of my favorite things was when michelle michelle obama years ago her first round of the administration. She said we're going to go after big food and we're going to get these people and we're going to do that's right and those right around the time i started my podcast about eight years ago and there's no way that's going to happen within two weeks. It was stricken extra glass of water exercise more and hey by the way we're putting a garden in the back of the white house right. They shut her down so fast. I'm sure obama walked into the bedroom said listen bitch. This ain't flying really my cigarette now. Let me tell yeah i i mean it had to be something like that. I mean when you have these lobbies and they're the ones who got you there. You can't kick him in the balls. It's it's not gonna work a question about monsanto and what an ugly nasty word that is and how none of us like it and we don't necessarily know what it is or how it affects our food but we don't like it. I know what it is. That's the thing stuff like beyond meat and impossible burger. Isn't that franken food. Isn't that the monsanto food that we're fighting again. Not only only is it monsanto. Let me give you a more broken down version of that. Vegans will say to you. G._m._o.'s we don't want g._m._o. G._m._o.'s the worst first thing you could possibly do monsanto the same people that came up with agent orange roundup and all this stuff they own ninety percent. This is easy. Go look at the own ninety percent of every soy bean on the planet they own it. They turned it into a g._m._o. Products that only their product product will work on killing everything else around except there soybeans right so if you're into being a soy if you're into eating impossible burgers if you're into getting a douchebag food at whole foods if you're into haibo vegan bro i got a man bun bro. You're into soy right but you're also guess g._m._o.'s yes so which is it can't be both at the same time it just by. They are hey. Let's save the planet. Let's have soy wait. You gotta be in bed with the with the only guy making soy so. You can take that to everything else. That's an example of how you could take it right down the road this this is again this has been i have lived this because of where i grew up out here because whom i grew up with stupid mom and because because of my age i've i've heard it all and it's just it's been going in. It was by the way this these were considered facts. In nineteen seventy eighty four like again we always laugh you know white sugar but he does much brown sugar as you want you can you can take i mean why bradford as we yeah we would save save every different every everything of oatmeal would be saved by just taking massive amounts of honey and molasses just dumping it on on top top of this stuff was my mom didn't think this stuff in nineteen seventy four. She knew it in nineteen. Seventy four again based on nothing ethic just knew it. It was part of it was it was her religion. She's an atheist but this is her religion. It always makes me laugh that it turned white brown own thing pumpernickel whitebread bad white sugar fat white rideshare literally. They're so stupid and simple minded. They turned the fucking pantry into a race war like literally pantry. They did my mom. My mom would well actually the obverse. I believe right mom. My mom would sit around boston. She'd watch roots. She'd see the white guy like whipping the black guy and then she'd go into the pantry wipe wipe sugar. You're at a hair man. You're you're pressing. The brown. Sugar into pumpernickel is fine. The it was literally based on color which she then took race race in sort of graft. I mean that's how scientific it was the fucking road and then my mom just eight whole wheat pasta miserable her entire life and my entire childhood childhood and kept wondering why she was getting fatter doing all the right things so coca cola has to be great because it was dan. They're black must've adam shasta because coca cola blood it was here's how i figured out our out your childhood hooker schwinn versus haffey tough skins versus levi shasta versus coca cola. You answered shasta talk and tough skin. Your were be a corolla fucking miserable lot of diet right at the grady cents. We could have fixed this whole problem but now we're not good. We're not good enough schwinn. We're happy with what they call tough skin back. Where i grew up they were called tough. Nut really tough nut genes really we had we had tough skins and then we had if we really really wanted to be like poor what's tough. Skins destitute was super denham ears sears. I'm just gonna explain lane to my kids. You know when we used to go to sears or j._c. Penney's we couldn't by lacoste shirts and we couldn't by levi's whether by their weird brand it was like a government run supermarket. We couldn't just go get what we wanted and pay whatever that price it was. We had to get their shitty. Knock off version of it. Kirkland changes the game on the store brands. They didn't sell their then sell name brands. You can buy levi's <music>. I'm lucky to is penny. Show super denham was a notch lower than tough skins and anything with reinforced forced needs is a bad when when launched the line only consider children's genes which were sold with a guarantee that children would grow out of them before the pants wore out. It couldn't break them right now. Super dan i'm super. Dan even had a stupid commercial like a dumb robot like remember when ah the clearly guys robot outfits like somebody invented cylinder bring what's ahead getting that cylinder move while weird and they do it. It's like i'm super dan. I'm and i'm trying to wear my jeans out can there j._c. Penney super denham robot commercial from nineteen seventy five super gayness qian's fear hindi seems split superbowl rivets pop so we challenged him to try to destroy superintendents the incredibly teachings from j._c. Penney fabric rugged heavyweight long-lasting denim with extras wrong riveted accent specially reinforced super denim jeans. They were built yours super dentist six dollars leg. Lifts aren't punishments also what were the nine year olds back then merchant marines. It's like there's no durability doesn't factor into my kids closed their fucking sitting around playing fortnight about different. I know it's like like you climb trees and it's really about like you're aware of those genes out like how fan artie gene needs we would always wear the knee yeah and we had the patches like underlying subtext was also people you'll be able to pass these down to your the kids can get them from your older cousins. I don't know if you guys remember this but my dad swears and he's been telling us our whole life sears all these places when he was going up. If you were a heavyset kid and you were in the kids department your choices were husky for boys and for girls chubb at husky the department and the department today don't try to shutdown group ever chubby checker and the <hes> definitely husky and that was always a that that was a they've sad right of passage. It's sorta the anti-chavez the the large featuring does what's so <hes> uh mr salmon me some ki's boom boom boom. It's all food. We're later somebody start a large-scale with the foot food behind you can cover my bologna his whole act so it's sort of like the adult version of that is when you're on the southwest flight and in the chick goes for the attlee on the seat belt extender you know what i mean like boy and when you're at sears and you're guided into the husky department bad had bad side now. I'm guessing it's all husky all the time now but i had the at that i i'd like to know about that because that's strong the good thing about labelling in shame back then is it gave you a goal. Which is the did you not want to spend my whole life and the husky section. It's years ago when the general pop where it can get regular clothes. When i was a kid i thought slim meant fat because because they also black guy in my neighborhood that was really fat but ironically they called it early limb yeah so when my mom would take me into the slim department over at sears. I thought it was the fat guy the department because of the black kid we call slim. I always miss the ironic naming short guy anymore. Everything's to shaming brian. One best hair are in high school. That wasn't erotic. No that's what i'm saying. Slammed was called the fat guy slim giving you best hair in the yearbook in some time but curfew one best hair because you didn't have the best because i had the the least hair right and the fat guy was called slim not because it was all right. Let me hit doc. Castrol edge stronger under pressure engine can lose up to ten percent performance due to friction castrol edge with fluid titanium transforms under pressure three times longer than leading full synthetic against viscosity breakdown so says the kurt orban test of five w thirty viscosity great edge formula. It's always exceeds the toughest industry standards with castrol edge right quickly of any pop. Is you knew the man al copeland <hes> used to get invited to his suite at the saints games and holding i actually met him because i was doing some collecting from italian gentlemen when i was younger and somehow takes hard to go out onto royal all street and pick up some antique silverware docked to them along with an envelope and i met al he took a liking to me and i like that and his story was he has his brother he he was a high school dropout. I know that about him. He told me he never graduated graduated high school. His brother had a doughnut shop and al sold his car. That's him or looking at it. Yeah l. sold his car to own a piece of one of his brothers doughnut shops but he always liked to cook chicken and he had a great chicken idea and his brother kept trying to put him into business but they had the name of the restaurant was always wrong. I think one of them was called chicken on the run <hes>. I'm sure if you google it or whatever am i right right yeah yeah. It was chicken on the run and it failed because it was a bad name. Alko planned <hes> went out to watch a movie one night and he it was the whatever popeye doyle was the character and he said connection a name the move on the name name franchise popeye's after popeye doyle gave him one more ten thousand dollar check. He tried one more more time. I want to say an arab or maybe shall met. Someone's going to tell me i'm wrong. It was in shell met louisiana. <hes> people were lined up around the block because of the name because they thought it was associated with popeye sailorman salema people started it became a thing it became a thing around you all ins and before you know it. It became a national national chain. He eventually bought out churches he. He wanted to be the king of all chicken or chicken. You would've loved this guy because not only did. He have cars it. It would be like if you took your little car studio over there. Put it on veterans highway in you all the equivalent of maybe <hes> <hes> i don't know ventura boulevard with a big showroom window displaying all the costs he had the you know the portions with the slant nose nine thirty five do turbos and all this kind of stuff all on display. He had several of these he even had his he had an offshore rate the popeye offshore racing team with all the boats on display. You can just anyone could just because he wanted. He loved people. He loved life. He wanted everyone to see that anyone can make it and and all of this stuff was on display and he had that popeye's offshore race every year in lake pontchartrain did when did he pass two thousand nine nine yeah very old buzzy older than me much older than me born and forty four okay so you had a good life good frame in him together and maybe next time if i could find him. Bring him in all right. Let's take ourselves a quick break. 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Part 1: The Future of Electric Cars and Trucks with Matt DAndria (ACS Mar 6)

The Adam Carolla Show

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Part 1: The Future of Electric Cars and Trucks with Matt DAndria (ACS Mar 6)

"Thanks for listening to the Adam Corolla show on podcast one. Well first half of the show. We go deep into electric cars trucks. What's next what's affordable what you got a teenager. And they're looking to buy their next car or by yourself the next car what to go with from the electric stable we get into that and really learn a lot about that Subjects is. Reo is going to come in. After that I will tell you about stamps. Dot Com anything. You can do the Post Office. You can do it. Stamps DOT COM. Save money and time. I've USED STAMPS DOT COM over here for ten years. Plus send out all the Merch all the books. All the paperwork everything everything we do here with stamps dot com. You can save five cents off every first class stamp and up to forty percents off shipping rates. Use Your computer and by print. Us postage for any letter package. Twenty four seven seven hundred small businesses. You Stamps Dot Com and we got a special offer got a four week trial plus free postage and the digital scale. No long term commitment. Just go to stamps. Dot Com. Click on the microphone top of the homepage and type in Adam. These guys are great. You'll never go to the post office again that stamps dot com enter Adam Corolla one studios in Glendale California. This is the Adam. Corolla show Adams Guest Today Jeff Says Reo with Gina Grad. On News Ball Brian on sound effects and Mattie Andrea drops by with the latest on electric cars and now chairman of the Balance Board. And Adam. Corolla the AC it on got to get it on no choice but again on mandate on. Thanks for tuning in. Thanks for sharing this with a friend today. Gina Grant you. What Mitch is Matthew Andrea here math motivator. Deandra is here low. We just came off in a car. Cast and We're talking about electric cars and there's so much going on and it's happening. It's happening fast so I thought We'll stick around okay and tell us a little about what you know. You have a lot of knowledge about electric cars and trucks and where we're going to be because I feel like we were. We've been talking about electric cars for a long time. Five years ago I was going you know. I don't have a hundred grand laying around ticket a Tesla roadster now. My kids are thirteen and their first new car is probably going to be an electric car. It's it's going to be an easier. Yeah it's going to be easier. The price keeps going down the road. If you drew a graph it'd be price coming down range going up. Yeah and so where we where. Where are we at now? Look what some entry level stuff right. Well you you. You're right in that pretty much. Every car company is moving towards something. Electric and some companies like Volvo are going to all electric or hybrid. They won't even have just pure gas engine vehicles. So there's a lot going on and and yeah so now we're getting into electric vehicles around the forty thousand dollar range actually lower than that Certainly something like a Nissan Leaf at thirty one thousand bucks and when the leaf came out and had a range of about one hundred miles but also when they raided it back. Then if you're on the freeway to an seventy miles an hour you weren't GonNa even get one hundred miles. But now they rate things a little bit differently. They can use software to make that range a little more consistent regardless of speed at least goes two hundred twenty six miles question for you met so. It's not just because I'm attracted to electric cars. I've looked into it like for the next car. Like it's not just the cost of the car the cost you have to put in the special like Electrical outlets and stuff right in even for test. They have to a home battery or something like that cost. You need to charge her at home. Like like Adam Scott and his garage because most of these need the you know the two twenty to forty whatever. You're calling it these days and you need to kind of wired up. Put that charge. We just pulling any whole foods and not for a while right you could. There's more that's coming up but it is like a one time expense where the most people's garage mostly people's electrical panel is somewhere round there garage usually sometimes on the outside. Sometimes you have a panel or something on the inside. The garage and a real electric is going to have to do that. And running some rigid conduit and stuff. And it's a little one time expense but it takes half a day to do and it's not that big a deal so and most of those charters are a couple thousand bucks to a few thousand bucks but they are usually proprietary to that vehicle so the universal ones so there is a universal plug. Like when you go to your whole foods or you go to Santa Monica parking garage. But it's not necessarily a fast chargers. You want that fast charging you hang your test the charger in the garage. And let's say you switch to BMW. I three someday. You'll already wired up. And now you swap the test charger for the BMW charter or you just continue to lease or buy Tesla's too. I assume you could probably take your check. Tar Tesla Charter off the wall and sell it in the used market it to somebody else wanted a second one. We're also talking about adapters. But I don't know if that one ever if anyone got to the bottom of the adapt I believe there are some adapters in the aftermarket. I just don't know me from to BMW probably that. There's got to be a market for that in the next three years for. Yeah so at Lisa's end. The problem is is people are afraid of fires warranty issues. And if you use an adapter does it. Avoid a warranty on your test or something. And if you're if you're eighty ninety one hundred grand into a car more. They say right now. We're just doing what they say. Where's Tesla and or whomever with the charging plate that you've physically drive over but you don't physically plug it in Tesla Tesla announcements that. Have a lot of vaporware not a lot of reality seems about two hundred mile. An hour supercar young almost an hour. I like the idea of the drive on a day also had the other one where like the chartered be like. Hey we can make it even quicker. We're just GONNA swap your battery. Why do you need to own the batter? You own a battery so you pull up into a carport and machine comes underneath your car. Takes your battery out swaps a new one and you're on the road and five minutes okay. We're a little ways from that right. There's there's and it would be better if it was universal if you can roll up most sedans and just swap batteries then. Yeah that's something you'd see in some you know more futuristic movie than you would with companies that are trying to make money doing that so. I haven't seen the charging plate happen yet. And then the big question is going to be even with our phones now. I have like a charging plate at home but it doesn't charge as fast as if you plugged it in. I just picked up a cut my momma Toyota Raffour. It has a charging plate in it. You just you just throw it down and it goes standard car but for the for the phone for the phone. Not as fast so you got to leave. That's pretty cheap. You got a chevy volt or Baltic. But I think there's both no longer revolt. There is a bolt but The ones that stand out the most of course are the Tesla model three which is about forty thousand bucks a little under forty thousand depending on the rain battery sizes and and that's how we're buying them different battery sizes and a model three can go somewhere from two hundred to three hundred twenty two mile range and if you can get into it at in the low forties. That's a that's a pretty good price for that kind of Car. Were we were we at with trucks? Trucks are pretty interesting but on the competitor to the model three real quick is the Mustang Mach E. That's coming out and that's a vehicle. Yeah forty four thousand bucks. It looks nothing like a Mustang with third like putting it under that badge they are and it doesn't some some people like it doesn't matter to matching going on like there's a lot of genesis now is now not holiday. It's genesis like they're sort of figuring out that we're GONNA put different badges for things. It's kind of I guess in his diesel dead. Is there any diesel? Going on at all there is but obviously they took a really big head with With the whole Volkswagen Audi thing French fry oil supposed to be the wave of the future at one point. Yeah but nobody wants a fuel up at the back of a Chinese restaurant so I had a guy who lived down my street who converted his Mercedes diesel to run off the French fry Greece and it smelled like French fries. Were coming out of the guys exhaust pipe. Yeah we just went through the process of Christie getting into a car and we looked all up and down for diesels and in Europe not on. Us wait why was she did? She wanted these. She had a diesel. The Range Rover was allies diesel. She loves it. You also have to keep in mind that there's an oil in the fuel and when you go to the gas pump you see like hey. There's ninety one eighty seven then when you get to the green diesel it's disgusting. It's and it smells bad and wash your hands and by the way if you've got a new baby at home. I don't know that I want diesel fingers. You know going on. It's also baby or with you either. One it's more expensive now than regular fuel. I believe it was. I was traveling around the country so anyway I think this is much diesel. I Yeah I don't think it's quite twice much. It's better and you get more work out of a tube. Diesel is going to be like the Beta version versus VHS. Cassatt like it's going to go the way the Dodo and electric is GonNa step in when I when I got. They gave me a chevy volt. Yeah when it first came out yes several years ago and the range was like thirty seven miles or something and I drove it here and I plug it in plug it in on a core just like in front here and it was here for like two hours to added them two miles or thing like it was really tough early days of streaming movies really perfect days on three days of joy. This stuff doesn't work at the beginning and then it and then it does work. It does now that we're getting in so many electric vehicles. We have to look at how we're starting to test these vehicles. It's not all just about the performance of the range. It's about what does it cost you to charge it so now we're starting to look into the efficiency of the charting. So if you charge the Jaguar I pace and you charge the Nissan Leaf. You charge it for the same amount of time to get roughly the same amount of miles. But what is it costing? What's the draw on your home on your electric bill? And that's the next thing we're really starting to look out and finding ways to test it. Quantify is it. I haven't noticed but gas stations. Why aren't there are charging stations? GonNa be completely separate than gas stations. Haven't gas stations added charging stations right? So the time is an issue that you're you're talking about is. How long does it take to charge especially with one ten outlet but it's also like saying why isn't there a burger joint on top of the PITA had people get hungry when they go up there? Yes the competition. The guys who run the gas stations are happy about this electric. Move on the other. Hand these people on the planet so I will be delighted when they all go out of business. The infrastructure for charging and electric car publicly is pretty terrible. In my opinion. It's terrible the futures that are out. There often be a line or takes forever. You have to park it there all day. What these car. Companies are banking on. Are you charging your vehicle at home? They want you to do it at home. And if you're you know you can afford solar panels and things like that you can start to offset the cost. And now they're trying to encourage companies larger companies to install these charging stations in the parking garages of their buildings. And I'm I'm sure you're GONNA find more office buildings or like we work places that offer charging stations. I had a funny thing guy when you build a new home now anything over a million bucks or whatever. You gotta put that to Forty Jack in the in the garage. But I'm so old school. I'm so old school I took it tour. There is a house that was in my neighborhood and I'd walk fill around and I'd see this house under construction a lot of throughout the last few years and if a house is under construction poking around you know looking over the fence yeah. I'm doing that sometimes. I'd have to leave sunny. 'cause it's a no trespassing. He's not going. He stood on the curb gates open. There's guys in their work and I'm going to go in. There is no trespassing. All right Percy stay on the cigarette. Smoking Space Walk in there so he said. I'm going to get a flyer in the mail a couple of days ago and it says the House is done and it's for sale and you WANNA come take a look at it. I all right. I'm not going to bite. It's a eleven point seven million dollars and Kicks Tires Yeah and too funny things first off when they're showing me the garage. I see the plug for the two forty. Which is a different plugs round blow with a Smiley face almost disease? Yeah Yeah it's like four prong three prom what's got it. Looks like in Construction Issues. Twist lock plugs or different thing and you twist them along but anyway I'm looking I'm looking at it and I go. Oh I like you got the two forty in their case guy wants to do a little welding welding or run an electric dryer. She's not house. The women's like that's where the car we have task you to leave you. Just roll around the neighborhood and let's test lying charge every time you see an open house. I'm here for the well then. Why don't actually about an hour? That's the whole point is they? Didn't they didn't commit to a brand yet. It was just right there. You plug it in. But it's so weird in my mind. It's a garage and that's to forty so let's do some well there and can dryer then. It was funny because they had the the real terrorists. Give me a tour and the guy built the house. I think on SPEC or something. Builder came by and kind of walked past and he didn't really he didn't seem like he was in a cell mode with me just kind of walked past me and said. Hi and he sent out side and then later on I was walking out and it's like I don't know why isn't this guy. Walk me through. Only tell me how he used the steal over here when he could've used a glue. Lam Beam but he took it to the next level. Whatever then I realized I was walking out to out to the drive with the realtor that I parked my infinity on the driveway. In the hand. Tuning sign this guy was reading. Pano tuning side as he was walking in and he was like no guy who tunes bionics can. How good you are tuning pianos. Well how many could you possibly tune it one million dollars to buy a ninety thousand dollar? Suv right like that's true. That's true but he probably wasn't doing that now now that could have turned real curb. Your enthusiasm real fast. Well I WANNA know why you don't think I could put piano tuner. Can't afford this house. Anybody with a magnetic sign on any veer cannot afford a twelve million dollars. I'm going I'm going to say but there was like so I guess in the New World Order when you build a new home you wire it for that to forty in the garage at some point to twenty became to forty. I don't know when that happened. I don't know I don't know when is one tenth one twenty and then to twenty to forty? I don't know how one ten becomes two twenty because you double it up. Ended one down to twenty to forty. Don't know it's all in a little vignette In the movie mister mom I believe all yeah if you find that little been yet in in Mr Mom you'll hear him talking about two twenty to twenty five. When I see twenty two twenty one takes whatever mall Michael Keaton Terry go deep Kinda poke? You have to know what to twenty back? But I'm always wearing the living room and mart malls like you're GonNa make it all to twenty. Why am I making my entire living room? Twenty of welding all these stupid riders in Hollywood like the Mount of money and also if you plugged your end table lamp into two twenty would blow light load. If you couldn't plug a toaster or I have done because you're go twice as fast. I've I have run stuff off at two twenty that you're not you know drills and Shit that you're not supposed to go put cirque. Sorry can we please? Just WATCH ALL OF MR MOM. Here take advantage some time off to a whole new wing on here these walls out and of course rewired. You'RE GONNA make it all to twenty two twenty two twenty one whatever it takes you sound like a pretty handy guy right now. Here's why Hollywood screenwriters are horrible when Martin. Mall asked the question. We now know that he doesn't know although he supposed to now so he could have said one ten because at one ten eleven could done the same joke. It would've been factually Tan one fifteen. That's that's that'd be all right. Let's let's keep going. Before I get going ghost rider a circuit name or possibly transformers. And what's under the hood so the Electric Truck Department Electric? So this is a big segment. And everybody's going to start to come out with electric trucks but if you think of like an f. one fifty Chevy Silverado. F One fifty sell something like a million trucks a year so if you make an electric f. One fifty even just scratching the surface. You could be selling two hundred thousand trucks a year. Which is more than anybody selling electric vehicles really and that could bring the cost down quite a bit. You know you don't need one hundred thousand Dollar Electric F. One fifty not to mention all the car companies are bragging about how much torque the electric motor makes. But when do you use it? I mean do you use it going to zero to sixty trying to go fast? It's it's it's in the truck world when you WanNa toe something right so an f. One fifty until thirteen thousand pounds. But Ford has already doing these teasers going oh well. The electric one fifty chose a million pounds like we could tell a train the amount of the Mount of. It's all talk when it comes to the towing in the mount of torque produced by a gasoline powered engine is less than a diesel powered engine. You get more torque. That's why all the big trucks are diesel. And not just less. It's when it is a gas powered engine makes all of its power horsepower and Torque is zero at zero RPM and you have to accelerate the right and whereas it electric motor makes all of its power right from the Gecko soon as you. Just lean in the Tour de tour. Yeah so the company that I like right now that I think is making. Some smart moves is riven Riviera. Came out at the L. A. Auto show a couple of years ago. They've been around for a while now but working on their technology and they came out with an electric pickup truck and an SUV and their technology was impressive. Enough that two things happened. Ford went to them. An invested five hundred million dollars into the company and now Rivi and is sharing technology with four whereas the F one fifty electric f. One fifty is home brewed at Ford. But everything on the Lincoln side that's electric and he electric SUV from Lincoln. We'll be based off of ribbon. Technology and then Amazon came in and said well. We like what you're doing well. And they were the lead of another seven hundred million dollar around. I don't know how much Amazon put in. But not only did they. Put a big portion of that seven hundred million and then they went back and they said we want you to make an electric van and we put an order for a hundred thousand vans so they invested in the company and then they came became a client as well like the hair club for men guy bought one hundred thousand vans because now they want all their delivering vehicles to be basically of zero carbon footprint is whether trying to do as euros. You can get you gotta plug them all in tires tires go into a landfill somewhere free and everything but it also struck me as I think about this automated world. You know you go. What about when we get these automated trucks and there's no more jobs for truck drivers. You know like everyone's doing this. No more jobs for but you think about these all electric fleet with no moving parts. Rarely I mean some moving parts but what I'm saying. Is they the business of the maintenance business on a fleet was a major business in this country first off? You can't outsource it you know. You can't all the school buses and delivery vans and cop cars and send them to India and it's a constant changing fluids and oils and belts and it's like it's a constant maintenance and that's an entire industry. That's obviously a lot of man and it's all manpower. It's like you. You cannot change. The oil changed about some change or whatever. That guy has to be certified mechanic school. He works full time. Doing you know maintaining all these vehicles and these things. All Electric cars electric on the delivery vans go to electric. There's gotta be stuff to do on them but not not what it was right at all like. I mean you think about back in the day when you were growing up and maybe if you're listening or in this room maybe your mom had a station wagon and it was a lot of like well. We're twenty thousand miles. We gotTA bring it into Ford and we drop it off for a couple of days. And they're going to do and then they do the timing chain or the timing belt that this amount of hours and then they have to flush the cooling system when we get to sixty thousand one. That's got a tesla anything happens plugs. It in and then unplugged in drives it well. And it's like we've said before like with my Subaru when you used to open a car you see everything. You can tinker with everything. Now they're kind of tinker proof like there's a plastic plate over and they kinda just want you to leave a lasagna. Dipstick anymore like you have to search is L. That my dad wants he's like where's the dip stick on. My I think was an Audi three like ten years ago so dumb. Old Man opened a cat. Don't fear I think I think I think it sparked something again because you would know where it up is you Dick Step. What you course. You know. He'd never done today. And then the pop the hood through the Hood Open. It's right over quilts in line for a still yelling later. What you can't get do it now that he didn't even want you to check anything during the day. I soon they're just gonNA eliminate the cap to fill the oil completely right well when we go all electric. I don't know what there is some maintenance involved with an electric car. I might my wife's had two or three Tesla's now. I don't know what that maintenance is. Now they do it over the phone now upgrade there's all sorts of updates and stuff they can just do over the year now by all cards are going to start to get that whether electric or not. They're going to fix problems by just doing it over the air because it's so cheap now to add wifi and stuff to it. You can do that. But you're right. The normal wear and tear items a battery or not necessarily but suspension bushings brake pads tires. Things like that but a lot of that stuff is so good. You're almost one hundred thousand miles. Maybe not quite tires but so the truck when you think the F. One fifties coming so it should be twenty twenty one probably somewhere mid twenty one that should come out and the riven says. They're going to start production The middle maybe second half of this year. What do you think the Ford F one fifty electric GONNA sticker for so. I think it might have. It depends if they want to take a loss my thought on it is. We've seen a few like crazy. Supercars Lexus. Lfa has rumored to have a big loss on it would be. I think they want to be like a sixty sixty five thousand dollar trite. So they'll do what they did with the Ford. Gt possibly yeah. Maybe the first fifty thousand F. One fifties they take ahead but the F. One fifty is one of the most profitable vehicles out there. You know when you riot truck you can win when the when the twenties are on the lot. And the twenty one's come out non electric regular trucks and you go. Hey eight thousand off sticker like how? How can you knock eight thousand off? And nobody's really taking a hit on this thing because trucks are so profitable Muskie has a philosophical question twenty thousand foot view. I'm not I'm not committed to this point in her because I just thought of it but it just occurred to me is Ford and other truck manufacturers overestimating the potential popularity of the electric trucks. Because there be a philosophical resistance to those from like dudes who fucking love their truck. Hang nuts off the bag of them and want to pump gas into the Mike. These dudes who may have a philosophical resistance who electrical yes. But we've already started to see that and overcome that in the supercar world and though they are petrol had yeah they thought we thought that the gear heads would not embrace electric supercar. We wanted that. V Twelve Ferrari kind of thing and those guys are slowly transitioning and getting over it. And it's a different crowd but it's the same. It's the same premise. Which is these guys? Love the smell of fuel and exhaust and everything but also understand that one of these guys dies of Emphysema every other day. And there's a New York this morning. My kids they don't know they were. They grew up in an electric car. My son wants a truck. Yeah he's probably GonNa want not this going to work or do any labor Myra truck he if that guy wants a truck. He's not gonNA think twice about the Electric Party when you think about. Why are you buying those things and yeah? There's there's a performance automotive group that's buying cars the way they sound. And that's why we still like a lot of Ferraris and Lamborghinis and but there's the the performance and that group or they just want performance and they would go to something electric because they're incredibly fast. I WanNa hear about this Koenigs Egg. Yes crazy but what does that? Sarah's that Guy Christian von because he totally is he looks like he's off. Yeah listen everyone makes fun of You know the evil white guys but Hey that's where all the supercars come on. I mean Puerto Rican chicks not so much in the supercar department. The crazy guys from I Dunno finish eastern blocks. Admit me yeah and right. He looks if it's the bill menacing. These guys Swedish or something but anyway he's got a new electric hybrid electric hybrid electric car. It's called the Gammarra right. 'cause he's not camera like from Godzilla but camera and this thing is is insane. It is a Americanized. That's not it. We'll bring it up so this is it. It's a four seater but it's two door and the door opens up like a scissor. Pops goes straight up right and all four people can get in and out the same time. It really has a lot of room in it. And it's really Kinda cool but the specs on it are just bat shit crazy. It's got a almost seventeen hundred horsepower when you combine soobee legal when you combine the engine. Yeah the gas powered engine with the electric engine's. There's a tiny gas engine and three electric motors. And and the Torque is like twenty five hundred eighty six hundred six hundred twenty. Sorry so for those. You aren't gear heads like Jean. Let's say you go. It's just sat twenty six hundred foot pounds of Torque you go. I don't know what that means You take a corvette like a modern corvette and that thing's probably got about four hundred fifty foot pounds or you take the forementioned Ford F one fifty that probably has three hundred and eighty five foot pounds of torque depending on which engineers maybe five hundred cheer point a big like super duty. Pickup truck could be like a thousand foot Peter Truck. This is to tow a house right like this is four hundred Ford F. Three fifty diesel half. Because that'll be like the most. Yeah Torque you can buy now. I don't think it'll be over a thousand foot pounds of Torque. This is twenty. Five hundred in a supercar. What's the post I leading the world know arrive? This the guys who by one hundred thousand dollar. Watch when you buy a Twenty Dollar Watch. This is still let people know who you are One thousand pound foot pounds of Torque one thousand fifty says right at a thousand for the biggest most diesel IUS truck. You can buy right now. Yeah and and the guys had Koenig know that this this car is insane but all of their cars are and their little gas engine which is a three cylinder two liter engine which is tiny and it makes almost six hundred horsepower and they call it the tiny the tiny friendly giant at their nickname for the little cheerleader entrances. Give to fill up every twenty feet taxing efficient because with the with the electric motors and the tiny gas engine which it can shut off the gas It's it's no different than the Toyota Raff or hybrid. I just bought from my marsh in von Cohn executive by the way. Imagine I like to do this time now. Especially during a lengthy imagine if the government was making these things imagine. What would we have any of this option of all these errands out competing? The Nissan gotTa beat Chevy with the Bolt in the league. And then there's an upper end and there's a middle category and those guys have to go slug it out. Everyone's just slugging it out and guess who wins every time? Uh Consumer because we don't have to buy the car brand that's closest to where we live. We get to tour around literally kick tires. Yeah and and in that competition creates this and it creates excellence and it creates fast. Yeah we're we`re. We were five years ago with this was almost nowhere. And now it's like in three years of my kids turn sixteen and three years can have just a Cornucopia of super high range super-safe super inexpensive electric vehicles to choose from all right. Sorry you were going to say I was GonNa say you think of the fastest gas engine cars in the World Zero Sixty and I don't know maybe two and a half second sound like the new Porsche. Turbo less this cone is eggs. Zero Sixty in one point nine seconds two seconds and sixty. That sounds painful. And we're into. We went from supercar to hypercard mega car. Mega Mega car. Now that's what they call it under under two seconds is being launched off a carrier deck. And that's it. It's tunnel more than that. There's gotta be some setting where it's like. Oh you drive around with a mediocre eight hundred horsepower and then you can turn up the way to solve hundred if you go full on sub two zero to sixty with launch control. There's probably going to be some. There's probably going to be some setting on the car where the passenger seat needs to feel the weight of a physician. He's going to scan his medical license or something. Good then you can put it on full launch control with the sub to second because without somebody monitoring at least a nurse face time with Christian von Koenig. While you're doing it like he needs his head needs to come up on the screen like doctor. Evil petting his campaign. The body it has to be you have to turn the car off. I believe in started again and use a different key and a hassle like lower income owed and needs to be pointed straight if you turn the wheel a little bit it shuts it shuts down like it's crazy mode. It's trying to make it as safe as possible. How because soon as somebody gets one of these crazy cars? They just crashed on H. It's insane and with my car. I just blown to the Breathalyzer and I just think the angle and I have sunny glowna breathalyzer often the arcade code. He's a good on this daddy sunny. I swear to God when I I took those kids out. I said to him You never driven a car. With a stickshift. Heavy like no I have not and I said well get in this car with this stick shift and I'm GONNA show a lot of work. I we used to do it old school and I test a waste of my time on that thing up and chirped it going. From first to Second Sonny was screaming. We're GONNA be arrested. I go to prison that he fled to crime and not safe. Exactly we'RE GONNA go to jail and when I was driving my daughter around the neighborhood there when she was driving me around the neighborhood. She's like Daddy Bush hit with we pass a cop what they're gonNA do. Believe me if we get pulled over I shall be the one who will be in trouble. You gotTa Skate. I will get the book thrown at me all right. Let's take a drive with the Geiko time for great segments sponsored by friends at Geiko take a drive GEICO springs coming up. People are going to WanNa be hitting the road right. Gyco makes incredibly easy to ensure a stress free. Dr Known you've got a great car insurance. You can just go out there and make that drive. Were thinking about heading up to the coast for our Trans am race. Coming UP GONNA sake The next several weeks. That's always a beautiful beautiful drive. The greatest Rights with Matt Matt Matt. Does it drive and Max Paddison back? He's playing DJ. We can have. We have some fun and occasionally you get this embarrassing moment like we were driving when we go to our Monterey trip all the time we leave the track and we'd go out to the quayle event that we love you guys tale. It's it's it's two lanes. It's just one one lane each way and you get in this line of cars and every couple of miles. There's a little bit of a turn off like a passing zone so you get stuck behind somebody who's doing thirty seven miles an hour and a sixty and kind of go and slow and you're being your horn get out of the way and then when you get to that passing zone. They don't move over to the right so now you've got to go over to the right and pass them and of course we're all going to the same event so as we're haunting you only got the guy going. Why are you going so slow? We should get to the event. Tickets are expensive. We're thirsty you drink. We want to eat and then we get there. We pull off the three minutes later. He has packing up our stuff getting out of the car. That Guy Rolls Up. How you deliver all faces Ram. We thought we bloom away. Neck turns out the rush was no big deal. He just rolls up right next to us. He was like yes. It rush. Yeah we zip around somebody. I always miss the next signal so you can be the first person behind you. Meaning you gained eight feet in this entire debt. I'd say when you park your car you have to sprint to the events before he sees them or that guy rolls up behind you because you know now you've got your tail between your legs amid the mistake with daycare rattlers already Aaron. It's like Hong Kong. Let's go move it young person's poetry before the worst by the way that's another good Mr mom reference when he's like yeah. You're doing wrong. North to drop off south pick up bringing around well. It stands to reason that if you're in your neighborhood or in a stretch of highway in Monterey on car weekend Monterey car weekend you're GONNA end up at the same place. You should probably leave the state and in offend people on the road a little a little better that way all right. Well there you go. There's one of our favorite drives and be sure to go to GEICO DOT COM. Get a quote. See just how much you could be saving today. It's gyco easy visit. Geico DOT COM. Do it today. That is the best that is GEICO. Geico DOT COM. That was Man That was a that was informative. I forgot how much you know about cars. You know stuff you just made it all out. Most guys wouldn't know the difference. It's fine it's fine. I don't fact check me. No thank you. Thanks for having me come. I'm Kinda. I'm looking forward to that electric truck as I say. I think the electric truck segment is going to be a a good segment for new vehicles but also the advancement of technology. We're going to learn so much about rain in power and what we can do and because they're gonNa make so many more of those than they do the cars the very good point and you can say hi to Matt in person. Saturday March Twenty First Two PM at the Petersen Museum. We're going to do a live car. Cast their car show. That'll be two. Pm TO TEN PM at the Beautiful Peterson. We're going to be showing shelby American. We're going to do in life pod and you guys will bring your cars out and take a ticket tour and have US judge do all that again. That's up in just a few weeks March. Twenty first at the Beautiful Petersen Automotive Museum. All Right. We'll take ourselves a quick break and we'll bring in Jeff's Zara right after this spaces for the Corolla family barbecue. Were going fast. 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Eight eight six three four one seven four four. I got a good rich man. Poor man today Oh Somebody tweeted me a good rich man escort as good No college loan debt. Yeah ooh Yeah. None of them. None of my poor friends have any college debt because they never construction sites. Yeah Yeah I worked my butt off since I was thirteen years old to help pay for college. My parents made sacrifices whereas middle class as it gets and I got through college with zero debt. It yes good point sitting. Well it's good. It's good man. That's pretty solid The well wasn't mind point but I liked. I liked that. But it's it's generally take but who isn't when you're eighteen. Someone just dangles this thing and frontier. That says go ahead and spend much you want to. Just take care of it later on down. The road signed for somebody's signature loans back in the day and college not just signature box. Sure they they had credit card companies set up in the main area that would give away slinky's and we all wanted a new slinky so we got new credit card. I heard something and it's funny because their stuff. We really drill down on society and then there's stuff we don't seem to care about but I heard some number. Max Pat that the average credit card debt rate or Apr. What their lending you for? It was like twenty one percent or something something and I don't think people really understand that if twenty one point two percent. Okay that if people understand that when you're trying to pay something off could be a mortgage or college loan or an automobile. I had friends that got a new US or something you know. And there were paying twenty five percent pay interest when they talk about the negative cycle of poverty and the rich. And the whatever. You're rich you get such a good percentage point on a loan or whatever did you would you do with? Oh I missed that whole thing where they gave out gifts and money off worked and did student employment and Got Through College. But I don't understand the whole thing. Kind of boggles my mind except like Med students who I know have to go to like nineteen years of school. I get that but for me it was just like you know. I'm GonNa Music Education degree or so. He's just like shut up. Go to a school. You can afford and pay off the loan. I went to an in state school and I didn't pay off my loans until five years ago and that shack that when when we're all getting laid off from the from the morning show and making real money for for the first time. I said you know what I'm just going to write this big check and it's going to hurt and it's going to be over and that's how I paid off my dad is. It's an interesting thing. That in all the talk about the haves and the have nots and Bernie talking about Free College and forgiving dead or Liz Warner. Whoever talk about all that it all every we have every conversation except for credit card loans in colleges. I think I think like Harvard has like a thirty billion dollar down. All these super-rich places they rip off the kids and we're trying to do this engineering. Were like well. What do we do about paying it for the kids? Does Anybody WanNa look at the colleges. What they cost the credit card company. I show them right onto the quad and say and just sell right to the kids. It's it's it's interesting that they have gotten eight. You know what happens is scrutiny brings on change so when people start noticing that union carbide is polluting the river. Then they start writing articles and then they start going after. Union Carbide or whoever whatever whatever the subject is Harvey Weinstein version of this stuff and starts writing articles. The next thing you know. He's in a courtroom. How does the college pass by scrutineering process predatory like Jeana said the credit card companies everywhere? Like hey sign up sign up. It's free I think. The credit card companies have real strong lobby. I feel like they're up there just lobbying all the time the only people you hear talk about it would be like say John. Oliver goes away. Yeah at the credit card companies and the college are the two things that make or one of the two things kind of. Make me think that a lot of politicians are very sincere. When you're talking things down and raining things in bad mouth sincerity politics like every street. Wall Street Wall Street Wall Street. And then they go. We gotTa Make College Tuition Free. And then we got to pay off the loan. So that's just applying some of your thoughts about Wall Street to the to the college campus. All Right Dario is Is here Chet Waterhouse befuddled by the Financial Compensation always brings it? It's I think financial I mitt freely and I don't know if you guys have the same feeling but the reason Molestation Pedophilia and things like that with priests and in an cub scouts. And whatever the reason that Sandusky and that kind of stuff the reason that kind of stuff is able to sort of live is because people have a built in sort of shame and they don't know they don't WanNa talk about it in the people who are victims. Don't want to talk about and Joepat doesn't want to talk about it either. The people that hear about it used to do something else. We have that way with. We have that same kind of wiring with financial literacy. We haven't really like I don't WanNa know. Just just pay it or whatever the hell is like outta sight outta mind uncomfortable. People don't want to say how much they make. They don't want to say how much they keep. They don't WanNa say what's going out what's going in. There's a small group of people that really drill down on it but the general default setting for most people is. You don't sit at a table and how polite conversation about what you paid in taxes last year. Or how yet whatever? Yeah and we have this and they prey upon that they pay on whatever the whatever. The bill is. Just pay it every month. Don't ask questions you get more credit card opportunities when you're poor and you get a lower rate when you're rich and yes I am. It's it's sad. It's kind of like junk food. It's like you don't already overweight. You're poor and we just keep offering at almost free and the other end just to go a little further with what you said about money if you feel like you've got scammed or financially taken advantage of you really don't WanNa talk about it because you don't want to that you were fooled. These things do not come to light my first you an eighty seven year old lady right embarrassing. My first credit card was the Bank of Hoven secured credit card. Because I had no credit. I think I paid them. I gave them five hundred bucks and they gave me like three hundred bucks or the credit and I went out and bought a mountain bike for two hundred and eighty nine dollars. What I was doing I had no sense. I never had a discussion with any family member about money. That discussion like you know Work Sucks. Then you die so get used. There might literacy conversation. Financial Literacy conversations with my dad and then there's nothing at school. We just went through school when it wasn't any discussion of that and then we're just working. And then there was no zero investment acumen on the stripe parents who is it was great. It was so funny and Hilarious a money market. What are you kidding? Oh Rep Yo. Pretty soon you're out of your house and you go it's a one percent let me show you my 401k. Dad that's a sparkling bottle with Nichols there. You Go Berserk. Shug thrilled with change. What's like this is our nest eh? Back door in the paneling in the basement where it all is. Yeah I know we did anyone. Family Investment and in fact. There's another side to that coin financial illiteracy. Which is I in my twenties. I knew enough about credit cards interest rates and make this stuff. I never had a credit card in my twenty s when it would have been beneficial to build up my credit. By the time I was thirty years old have been nice to have some credit but nothing. Yeah I don't considering whatever you're into whatever direction you go off te to in life so you leave high school and you may go toward music or teaching or construction or you may be a commercial airline pilot or dentists like everyone just goes a different direction. So there's not a real through line dental hygienist versus you drive a backhoe that's not the same job but there is one through line. It's all financial. She gets paid sixty one thousand dollars a year. You get fifty seven thousand dollars a year you have the doctrines and you're gonNA claim dependence and things like that. The one thing we could have taught everyone at the high school level before they just scattered to the wind with something financially. This should be math in high school. This stuff should consist of the program for math in highschool make it so applicable to your life that you actually will pay attention to you have to figure this crap now extended train rides if Johnny Hour train ride from North Hollywood. I don't know where the train is. Anyway yeah and it was like and then. Sally took a fourteen hour train like well. Yeah right do it on. Yes do it on credit card. Johnny headed credit card. He paid eighteen percent. Sally had wanted to pay twenty four percent. Yeah they both owed five hundred dollars. What would that be? Why NOT WHEN? It's something that applied to something instead of Pro Day. You can have the life sucked data if you take this credit card. That's at least away. It would translate to like super blue-collar gin favorite Godet now. I Miss All the ancillary like diners club and players Clo-. Yeah telly Savalas. For the players club was the bath. I sit back. So there's a lot of the seventies commercials that don't exist anymore but they seem bizarre. See now if you're loser like see I'm trying to think like if I were if I were eleven today and staying home from school first off. I wouldn't just be watching. Tv commercials that's just pre planning fortnight. Or on my APP or whatever it is but I had to just sit home and watch these commercials and the commercials would be like telly. Savalas for the players clout. He'd be wearing a Tuxedo. Tide is bow tie. You know. He's walking in Vegas and he'd be going in and the maitre d' like Mr Savalou player Scott Right this way. Who LOVES YOU BABY? He's already stricken Martini. Like I was like what is this? World where people are eating out at night and buildings with no windows and there's a maitre d' knows him and he flashing players. I WanNa hear Sally for the Players Club. I love the excitement in Atlantic City and Las Vegas and okay. Vip driven now you can get VIP treatment and big savings just carrying the players club. Go Cod you. Save money on rooms on top name entertainment on food and beverages during the club. That's on of the world over Atlantic City. Las Reno Jau the caravan all around the world. Hey No strings. Attached to get the benefits. You listen to tally called plant club. Today I used to see commercials or even episode the Love Boat where they'd like we'll food in on a car your Sweden or your come in your hotel room that the notion of a plate with a cover over over that was not. It wasn't a Napkin for another plate. That someone had capsizing as official plate curve. Right behind the plate right. The Guy pop it on. This is to your liking. What is going on? Who are these people who are going to players club? Is the magic of Telly Savalas? I mean he goes against the grain of every person who should have any influence on you whatsoever with the exception of the tough talk the right you know so when you're a kid like you say you're sitting on the couch at home and eleven years old you're going oh that's how to be a man and right. I'll just talk tough constantly also and shave my head gain about seventy pounds. I'LL BE FINE. Do you remember what Tally signature was who loves you base. The Lollipop right have is a lollipop. Yeah so it was who loves you. Base the CIRILLO or whatever it was rally nineteen inch long. Saddest thing. Yeah it was. It has starved for entertainment. We were looking at guy. He's got a lollipop that somehow pass for entertainment. What was the promise or the allure of the players club card like you as a credit card and it will get you parks and casinos. Yeah essentially it's probably completely been replaced by each casino has their entire now right but also it's like showing up at a restaurant with a gift certificate. Then I go right this way. I roller they see that players club. You're going to be wait until eleven. Forty five by the bathroom. That's right hand. Imagine that garnering any respect and I think for the ladies. We're trying to figure out what what dried up the gene faster. The Ralph's clubcard on the key. Chain guy or finding out that you tro for Buber lift either way panty dropper that players club no maybe back in his day it might have been for about a year with the members only jacket. What was the underspent pocket for your players? You guys remember what the Diners Club was. That was just a credit card company. It was just called Diners Club. I think it was supposed to be originally for restaurants. But how long did it take? How how how dedicated was was American Express to not having any credit card debt? You had to pay your car used to be a update your card off every every month or the Yanked Takhar really this is business model for them well and they held onto until about probably twenty years ago. I thought everybody that was the thing about Americans. Yes you did not. They would not carry any credit you right away. I had my discover card. I think was like my I like car. I didn't have to secure. Is the Bank of Hoven still around Mexico? I don't even know what that is. Is that like a city on the West Bank. What is that? I don't even remember that it'd be like you driving a car here. That was made in checklist. Lavar out there nobody heard of when you Darfur got a real on this side. Pull the thing out talking. Runs to stroke the two stroke oil and gas. I don't know I I don't Know Bank of Hoven well could have been Hogan maybe I remember would I would. I early nineties like Brian I had to. I paid cash literally for everything through my thirties. And then at one point someone said you know your next car. You shouldn't pay cash for it. You should you even though you could pay credit for just because then you'll have some credit if and when you ever WanNa buy Alison smartest airline points. I lost in my entire twenty. Yeah you are such a frequent flyer. I'd be loaded on you. Get points for the perks. That was always a dilemma with me. When I wanted to upgrade from a piece of shit truck to a slightly less shitty truck I could never it was always cash. It was always the recycler newspaper and it was always. How do I do this? Rubik's Cube of selling my truck thus getting the fourteen hundred bucks cash to buy a new truck that's eighteen hundred because I got four hundred. Save how do I work that intricate dance of selling my car? Yeah before I buy the new one and then how long can I go? I can't go week without a truck. I gotta work that that part out out either but I do miss all my high school math class. It'd be part I'm gonNA tell my kids luck Everything's automated and everything school and everything's great. You will never have all the crazy recycler encounters of had I mean I have. I have driven to Chatsworth and dealt with retired airline mechanics to buy their tool chest share off of them. I showed up in receipt at two by motorcycle the same time. The other guy showed up to buy the motorcycle in receipt and I told them I have cash on me and I didn't have any cash on me. I've met guys in parking. Lots of Armenian guys take my truck to go the hip. A friend too is a mechanic he's going to put the stethoscope. See how the valves are. And it's like Oh this engine of spun are bearing. It's no good like I've had the whole graph of the other way on me. I've got into arguments with guys like out in the Slough with these. I had a lesbian swing by my apartment. Who worked for the post office and we had to drive in my truck together to the post office so that the guy from the credit union could come out of office and inspect the truck in front of me and then kind of go. This isn't worth twenty two hundred. I'm not going to loan you the money. Yeah and then drive home with uncomfortable. I had so many encounters with recycler guys calling him Thursday night putting stuff and the recycler getting calls from the guy meeting them out the curve or meeting in the parking lot just crazy interactions with strangers. You met over the phone. It's not even craigslist. It's just Craig and you're going to meet him and you'RE GONNA CRAIG. They're like all right. I'll meet you in the Zodiac parking lot at noon on Monday. And you're like which jody she went and received her the one rated federated okay licorice pizza there's a marshalls out that way too. I think yeah all right or the or box. I think they sell women's clothing. We'll meet you buy some defunct store somewhere. That's been the parking lot. Yeah I'll be the guy with the song pepper and the beard who's accessing looking angry. You had to describe yourself to describe yourself. And you'd have to tap on the shoulder and stuff and then he'd get news eighty street negotiations. Yeah just weird. I sold a trucker to on craigslist. Just got the weirdest calls and then talk you down. Like I don't know if it's worth my greatest one hundred dollars. Mcdonald's takes its I've told the story but I haven't told it to chat waterhouse but the greatest is at broiler. The Armenian guy who runs clearly runs a used car lot. Yeah but he says he's buying it for his daughter who's going off to college like she wants an eighty four Nissan standard bed truck to go off to college worse vehicle in Sarajevo in in also the Tel is. The recycler would come out Thursday morning but he would call Wednesday night so he knew somebody. He's a car. He's had some in the recycle stuff had to get printed and distributed all the seven elevens throughout the south land. And the I twenty buff seven. Am You could get it. You could get at seven. Am Thursday more but if you knew someone who worked at the printing place maybe get your hands on one at ten o'clock Wednesday night and inside so so he'd call Wednesday night you know and the Armenian accent and then at some point he'd meet you over there over at the apartment and this guy just goes walking around my truck at bought us I'd bought an aftermarket primer fender and replaced it with the one that bashed in. I did it myself and he went. He's trying to talk me down you know. He's like who who would replace this fender and I don't know and he's like whoever did. It should have their hands cut off. Okay well that's a little harsh gap look at space. It just doesn't fit like he's trying to get me down. Shit. In a certain point. I was getting pissed off at the guy and he kept beating it up being up and my feeling is. The truck is six grand new at the time. I'm asking twenty two hundred bucks. Yeah there's a scratch in the door. That's a used truck. That's why you get a brand new and had this funny exchange with them and I just I and he said what is the least you will take for this bottom line. Tired of wasting kind of what is the least and I said what is the most you will pay for this truck. Anyone couldn't possibly go seventeen five and I was like all right. Well thanks for coming out and he goes. Whoa wait and I go what he goes. He goes what what is the least. It's not lower than seventeen. Seventeen hundred and fifty dollars so CEO at the reserve and he kept going but wait. And I kept saying is seventeen hundred and fifty dollars the most you can possibly pay for this car and not the penny more and I was like okay. Well then that's not kept going but wait come back what do you mean and? I said you can't go a penny over seventeen hundred and fifty dollars not one I okay. Lowest isn't that so we have. You can't go a penny. And he he was so fucking pissed off. Yeah but I looked at it. It's pretty logical. Kept saying penny older. The dance no no well. These are the guys who telly Savalas. And get their whole hoover from him. You're right it should be the Booth by the bathroom club. That's exactly what his tolerance you baby and it Israel there's a thing called a shook which is basically a flea market the open air market and when we went would twenty and is a Shuki. She gets shut down. You know they'd say like how you know. How many shackles? Whatever and did tell you when you go okay and they would just start laughing like American. That's not part of the conversation. Is THE HAGGLE. GotTa tell you. I have been employee whose Armenian band I know. It's a lot of baggage. But here's the upside confession. Shunt over at the other shop and when you go find some trailer or some part or some car or something online. What's the guy asking the asking? Seven grand for the you know the whole work table in the welding on the bench and I go. Okay go at it go. I can't I don't have that gear that gene. That's I wanted at that price. He's he'll go at it. He's got that in. You should got damn talk to Gary Gus in here. He's insane he doesn't get PA- look half the stuff he gets. He gets paid diamonds watches and stuff he gets paid and jewelry. Candelabras and stuff. It's not all you know. I mean there's a whole Armenian world out there that we just don't you're not prepared for this is no different than the corona virus. We don't have an immune built evidence of unity. Built up guys blowing cigarette smoke in your face and talk in your truck down. And you're like I really know what to do. They've all got smelters garage gets and that's not. Did you find the Pale of Hoven? Must have been around in the early ninety one. So the only thing I'm seeing there's not a ton about on the Internet but it's from ninety one ninety two. That would have been the time. I got my first credit card out of South Dakota. It's now plains Commerce Bank. It was one of the nation's biggest secure card merchants it charged twenty one percent on any credit bounce outstanding from earning twenty five days thirty nine dollars annual fee. Sixty nine dollar application fee if you go over your credit limit for over twenty five days and additional fifteen dollar settlement charge. What would they give you? How much credit would they give you on? Five hundred the thing about securing it. You'd go well just secured for five hundred and then I can buy five hundred dollar mountain bike. No you cannot. They give you much lower than that. But I've still stand by the investment of that mountain bike. Maybe still worth ten so open one of the savings account. You need three hundred eighty dollars to twenty five hundred dollars on deposit and the amount of your deposit equals your credit limit. Oh does now. Is that now know that that was in ninety one? You could fight. If they didn't give me. Well how do they do? How do they work in all the penalties and stuff? If you're if you spend it right to that limit pay them you know. I don't know but let me ask you this. What was the advantage of putting down five hundred to five hundred dollars credit limit? There's no advantage I did not. What was the sales pitch I could not? You don't have credit. I could not get a regular credit card. I would not. I couldn't so word I'm looking for here. Apply apply apply too. I could not get approval to build okay so this is to build up credit. Yeah nobody nobody wants this. Why would you give them? Collateral also collateral. Yeah you pull out your out on a date you pull out the bank and credit card. You're not getting a job that night. I can tell you that it's a buy in at a bad poker game on the chick you're with. It's like the land and I've heard of gold but bamboo is that actually actual. Veneer Curtis Bent. My cat needs a shot. I have to go. Well liked shot is under three hundred and eighty one dollars. I can put that in order for credit card. I got it but no if I don't do it in the seventeen minute window my cat's GonNa die. Thanks FOR APPETIZERS. Main ordered an appetizer. I'm not I'M NOT A. I'm not a over appetizers cuts coke with the best of open. Excuse me see plays club. Guy Didn't go through either. Oh my Diners Bank of Hoven. Let me get my my Swatch Keychain of credit cards that I can off. That's it. We used to call him a mid western ice scraper scraper in the backseat and rain. Frozen your windshield all that baby out and just go at the windshield. The Bank of Hoven all right we will let me hit Pepsi here. And then we'll get on with CHET WATERHOUSE'S PEPSI. Everyone's new year. It's all up on us now. Everyone's made their resolutions and the mostly involve Working out or meditating or quitting something or peeling back on some activity that's fine but Pepsi once a year and a different decade urging everyone to do a little something they enjoys being apologetic. I I love it. I love racing. The cars cost a little money burns a couple little bit of fossil fuel. But you know what I like it. I'm worth it so I work hard and I take care of my new year's resolution but once in a while crack yourself a Pepsi and take care of yourself which you baby Pepsi. That's what I like all right. Chit Waterhouse's coming up next and we'll take a quick break. We'll come back with that right after this.

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It suspended a player for the remainder of the season for dirty hit on the field and I'll show it to you in a second remainder of the season perfect was suspended for the rest of the season for a hit on Indiana Indianapolis Colts Tight on Jack. Toil Doe was getting up after a short catch and perfect nailed him helmet to helmet. The suspension is going to cost him about one point sixteen million in forfeited salary. This is what they're talking about. The clip here guy caught. It kills trying to get on his feet. He just went right this head right and apparently this is not the first time he's been doing this awhile. He's been getting these little suspensions. They don't think he's learning from it so they're sitting them out. Here's a notoriously dirty dirty player. He was dirty ever since. I washed them at Arizona State because we played. USC Typical of Arizona State Students. I think dirty and you know yeah yeah. I also had a famously against the steelers intercepted a pass and ran off the field buffoon he so he it really hurts to you. Intercepts very late in the game he was so excited he's game over a ran off the field with like omitted half left and Pittsburgh all their timeouts the horse. They got the ball back and won. The game sounds fun. Use the phone but if typical students if you quit yet if you kind of break it down. Do these folks. Do these folks in any facet of life like I kind of feel that way when I see people wrestling going with cops like are they stupid. Are they violent or they just have an inability to control you go. Why can't you learn this thing and it's like when he's closing on that receiver. Is it a learned thing or is he in like is it essentially a dog that bites bites the mailman and then bit babysitters like we're going. Hey we gotta teach that dog like. I don't know it's such a visceral thing does he. We have no prefrontal cortex how let's say. I don't know that is I don't know that he's teachable say they don't have apparently we've everything everything you do in life. You just pass it to your filter. You know like well. Somebody said we're GONNA take away this much money for me but they the number of people who put their hands on cops you you know what I'm saying is it. Are they dumb. Do they not know any better or they just inability to essentially control themselves like in that moment. Let's drill down a little because we are out of you and I must have known these types of people I knew a guy who was exactly like this minus obviously the NFL talent but like when I knew him when I was younger he would like go out of his way in sports to like hurt people you know what I mean like he would give the extra shoulder and you would totally unnecessary and I imagine the perfect. I imagine this guy that I knew like you intellectually. They know what they're doing is wrong and we'll get penalized or hurt the team or whatever but in the moment they just fucking. God like how many movie characters they're. GonNa think about hell or high water. Remember the the proper who just couldn't help himself but like you know rob a bank or you know or shoot someone like Brian. Most of his beliefs get bullied at home. That's that's what I'm thinking like. There must be something something something some threat. There's an impulse I mean there's there's a firewall that we all build between what we want to do do and what we do and I think the more advanced you are or your civilisation is the greater the that sort of firewall is may a- and but we've all known people who just don't have any there's no space between what they're doing doing what they wanna do and when they're going to do it it just it just is. Lizard van and its Lizard Brain and in that moment he intercepts the ball he runs off the field because Zi celebrating Lizard brain moment he's been told a million times don't lower your head and don't whatever in that moment when the balls in the air it's all back to Lizard Brain and he deserves to be suspended. I don't know that I like at some point. These guys get older. They bought them out. They stopped producing testosterone. I get that part but I don't know that many examples where they just change midstream like oh he took a class laugh right it just doesn't they are who they are and good and also the thing that's crazy about guys like him as I don't know what his earning potential is outside of the NFL. It's not gonNA get a lot of endorsements. He's not going to be shack. He's not going to be on the he's not going to be anyone's Box England's boardroom now he really could should be saving this money and I don't know if this is I mean you know very very few people know less about the NFL but then me but Antonio Brown this guy both raiders right point lead to the raiders. Just look for dudes. That are just a little talk. That's aren't they famous for that. These kind of loose canons well. They used to have guys that had a different version of this reason adams bed about raiders fans and tickets rations funny. No I get that I get all of that. I get all of that about the crowd but these are the dudes dude on the field that have this beside crappy little team for a reason so little list there. It was like less head. Trauma enters sorry less head trauma and rape in the past. Ask More like this guy smoking a cigarette during halftime those kind of characters branding their this is their branding well. They still have richie incognito. I go into Selma seem well. He got suspended for attacking a corpse or something I two games. I missing music so basically they took three. What would be called sort of league traveler. Troublemakers took Richie Incognito. He's he's the guy who got the bully. National Seabrook to three hundred fifty pound man he was the one with the text messages and the Dolphin he was there was Ritchie. Then there was Antonio Brown whose is included eccentric. Something and there's a talented volunteers who was like the violent on Rich Ritchie missed the first two font is out and that was that was a pretty good over three speaking of that Brown is trying to sue do the Patriots and the raiders right now go releasing him. He's doing for sixty million in total and of course Brown's ninth appeal could come against the NFL if he's he's eventually suspended which seems likely that would make him the first player ever to file nine appeal stemming from the same season. He wants to sue everybody yeah. Yeah I mean we're we're. We're sort of fashioning a society and there's a there's a sort of rich man poor man. There's a homeless guy who's going to sue because he's got his. This refrigerator box filled with this stuff in it. You can't move that and there's this guy we're just kind of building a society that essentially caters to crazy people the system works nicely for all the frivolous lawsuits and all that kind of stuff so it's a great society well. This'll be interesting coming up in a couple of years here California Governor Gavin newsom past SB to six. That's the fair pay to play act they he just passed that Monday here the law allows college athletes to profit it from their name image image and likeness so the bills supposed to go into effect twenty twenty three and if it survives the expected court challenges it could reshape the NCAA's business this model so the fair pay to play allows the college athletes in California to sign endorsement deals earn compensation based on their usage of their name or or image and likeness and sign all types of licensing contracts that could allow them to earn money get agents. You know treat them more like like pros in that way. Where's my aqueduct knocked that this less impactful to me than water eighteen year olds assert making money this impacts about one hundred people either I all right. Here's what I said to drew Tim. We has come down on if you're GONNA hit me with this notion of hey these these football programs they make the school millions of dollars a year and these guys are athletes and their centrally we will treat it as if it's a concert art and these guys are the band and the promoters are making millions of dollars but you're not paying the band I down with. I'm I'M I. I'm all right conceptually with that but we're going all the way which is the starting quarterbacks. GotTa get paid the backup. Long snapper is not going to get paid. I'M NOT SAYING WE'RE NOT GONNA whack it all down if everyone in equal share number one and I don't know how much the women's golf team has brought in but if it's costing money now they gotta pay. I'm going right down. I'm going right across the board with this. If if there is a could be a men's archery team if they're running at a deficit because they're not getting big crowds or getting a big endorsement deals now. I'm asking that Archer instead of it's free. We got you covered now. You gotta pay because we're going right across the board. Get Full Felicity Huffman right you. You know what your hundred percent right because as I understand it gina this this bill. That's passed worth passing whatever it is. They're not paying to play. They're not they're not paying the players now. They're saying which which I've I. This is one of the first questions for the PUCK is illegal you can't make a video game with whoever you want. Charles and Ed Ed o'bannon from the Ucla Basketball Team as players in your game and not pay them or sell the Jersey of that of that marquee player. That's fucking insane. In what a part of our society are you allowed to just sell images and sell jerseys and so I'm like I understand. You're part of the team are going to scholarships and free education. That's fine but if they're selling your Jersey or putting you on the front of a video game or granted this applies to like one hundred people you know what I've always felt that way about. TMZ It's like George Clooney's walking walking out of LAX and they're filming and he's holding his jacket up and they're asking questions and they're airing it and they're running commercial George Clooney. George Clooney didn't want to be on on your show. He didn't sign a release. If you want him to. Endorse your watcher to kill you gotta pay. I what is this show where you just film celebrities and make a show out of it and then have commercial break and back to your point about the golf team of the river if Stanford wants to sell Tiger Woods Jerseys when he is Stanford do it and Pam. That's crazy that you wouldn't be able to. I'd heard that that well but it would. There's a certain purity here like when volunteer has perfect at Arizona State real scholar Lauretta real scholar athlete scholar. I the yeah and there was also. There's a whole technology thing. Where are this gymnast female gymnasts I think from. Ucla did got a perfect ten score on her vault. Got Like fifty million views on on Youtube. You know what I mean so she should be able to monetize her perfect vault. That got fifty million times on Youtube. Why why shouldn't she be able to have a KOTEX commercial woven do anything with these. She's in her white. Leotard heavy flow day. It didn't shot of her like inverted of the crash flying in the wind. You Know Hey man you want to move product about walking on the beach in Denham. Anyone can pull that shit off riding a horse that handspring yeah try handspring Caitlyn Hashi Sixty five million view. It was awesome just all over. Everybody is incredible. Yeah there you go down. Below is really incredible. Oh so they got all right so she got sixty five million viewers so somebody's got a monetize that why not her anybody on Youtube would monetize sixty five million views all right. Let me hit bet online dot. Ag Gee NFL pick. 'em charity contests come in man. Nfl College now MLB playoff action visit bet online dot ag to take could vantage of the best bonuses and the business use the Promo Code podcast one for your fifty percent sign up bonus matchups week five rams at Seattle. ooh ooh that'd be a good. Game Baltimore. Pittsburgh's going to be good Green Bay Dallas Indie Casey Cleveland Saint. We got five hundred bucks and rewards to give about each week to five listeners a five thousand dollar season-long charity contests join the conversation at twitter on twitter with Hash Ashtec sports net challenge. Let's see we got Oh my rams lost lost last week but one many of the other Games chargers Kansas City New York giants anyway use the Promo Code podcast. One receive a fifty eighty percent sign up bonus today bet online dot h. e. Well this guy is getting a lot of ink today. A south Florida official call out a sheriff's deputy during an award ceremony claiming the law enforcement officer had falsely arrested him for years ago and I'll show you the clip in a second city commissioner Mike Gelin on on Wednesday Shamed Broward County Sheriff's Deputy Joshua Kyodo during an officer of the month ceremony back at their meeting officer. Gerardo and others were honored honored and jealousy grabbing the Mike asking chartered a comeback to the floor Galardo to come back to the floor and here's what he said then. I don't remember but you're the police officers also arrested me four years ago on the police report role Southwest Commercial WanNa get away wreck your bad officer. You don't deserve to be here gave a thumbs up. We appreciate as a whole and then she tries. Is this moving so comfortably. Here's what he's referring to so. Jodi was referring to a two thousand fifteen incident where he was arrested arrested for charges of resisting and obstructing without violence. According to the Miami Herald heat allegedly recorded police will they were responding to a battery incident. A GEL was not city city commissioner at the time of the arrest of course and charges were dropped due to Shady Shady language on the police report claims have you only ran for city council just to get to this should hang the Guy Monteiro Montana Accura. That's right you killed with my chances at City Commissioner so basically said that that he tussled with a little he wouldn't back up when he was supposed to but they found that none of that was true since they had to cameras recording and this conversation stations hadn't taken place so he finally got his just deserts boy yeah. That's like That's a deodorant commercial. I WANNA say like here's my feeling like all right super uncomfortable trouble for the COP. Maybe empowering for the guys doing the talking but for me what about the five people that are seeing God's worse day. My life is a little little ceremony next to the fight. You know what I mean like. When Mike August is yelling at the guy to get another tattoo at the Denver airport what about the eight people who after here that there is a real real victim well speaking of victims looks like the Bagel guy has pulled a fast one on us. We thought that he was GonNa get in the ring with Lenny Dykstra than we thought he was going to get in the ring with Dustin diamond and now he's announced. He's not fighting anybody. Chris Morgan took to twitter Saturday night laughing and fan's faces as he pulled out the the CELEB- boxing event in Jersey. Here's what he had to say in this very bizarre video on coming to fight. I mean after all what's the best way to really not get it. Don't be they look at. You and you're all sitting here with your thumbs way. Directly up your sees so he's nuts and the promoter is passed because they they said that they're gonNA be at one hundred thousand dollars for this and they're scrambling to find someone one for screech to fight when they were screaming for someone to for the Bible Bitch to fight and they've already given him three thousand dollars in advance press. Oh it's time for everybody to pay up saying if if baby doll had a decent sense of humor he would call me and go. Hey Eh they need someone to fight diamond and I'd go. Why are you even responding. Hey baby nine nine grand. I'd be like upgrade sandwich. You think of me. I am not judging. I'm saying that's that's cash on the barrel has like it wouldn't be able to pull it off with Kimmel or Carson Day but I think he is sweets back with me and I'd be like are is really i. They called you well. They didn't look. There's a number of calls they made. I was just one of them. Calls were made back and forth and go but they asked for everyone on your roster. They asked for Copa Aaron John Stewart then he'd start laughing real hard obviously not but anyway they showed some interest in custody Salvador Pricey. I get a lot of money yeah be like that scene when we were doing when we did the man show and we had the man show boy help old ladies across the street eight and he went up to like a thirty seven year old woman. He's like you earn a lady. No not to me like it. Was this realization of that's where you're at yeah. That's how people see you should do that to me. That'd be good favorite. Show a special requests for my birthday. Nothing I expect everything but I didn't get hatching from from you. Then got your socks yet. It didn't have anything nor did. I expect four belated gift. Can you never say the words Bagel or boss in conjunction again. I call him a Bagel bench so over this fucking story yeah. I think we're done with him now because he's officially out now now. We never have to hear him again. Happy Birthday. We're now just sort of celebrating mental illness. I guess well. He seemed like he was celebrating his own. I guess so actress and former Fox News contributor attributed Stacey Dash was arrested on Sunday in Florida and charged with domestic battery according to the Pasco County Sheriff's Office fifty two year old Dash. You believe leave it and a man can't get an argument just before eight PM deputies at Dash put the man put hands on him slapped him in the face. She's five four four and one hundred and eight pounds. According to officials said the man who is not the name wasn't released but allegedly her husband had a couple of scratches on his arm so it it it does not say who called it just said she was arrested for it now. I don't like any dude who calls. I had a feeling the neighbors could the when you're under a hundred and fifteen pounds eight pounds yeah. I don't know I feel like and I try to get through my entire life without ever calling the church. Just what's in it for you. I don't know I feel like people are way you too happy to go down certain roads that just sort of lead to more. I guess now everything is about setting the table for the the divorce like I've had a lot of people do that. You get a restraining order against your neighbor before they get a restraining. If you get you have to establish a restraining raining or if they get a restraining order I can't get you get one now than if this thing goes to court then we'll have the fact that you've got a restraining into everything everything everything chess by the way most of some sort of preemptive lawyer strike now like you have to fill out this paperwork. You have to get that. You have to post this sign. You have to do this before that. You have to nounce that everything is this. You're going to get sued. You'RE GONNA get divorced at some point. You're going to be a hauled into court. You're going to be sitting next GARRIGA's and you're GonNa want this stuff in your folder so you need to do it now. Undocumented now which which is not a it's awesome at a great way to live but sort of that everyone's going to get sued everyone's going to get it. There's there's a sort of corporate version of this. There's like God is doing Sitcom once and I was like they you need to sit down with the sexual troll harassment. They're having a seminar and I'm like I'm not going. I'm not going. I'm not going. I have no history of sexual harassment. There's nothing there's I know you guys are not. You're not going to be liable for anything because I don't have any of this. In my history file check my father. You need to sit down. They're having and it's like I'm really busy and no we don't need to go through this dog and pony show and by the way since they started having having mandatory sexual harassment seminars has been less or more suits filed for sexual harassment to how to it is or you're not fixing sing anything. You're just telling you're you're planting a seed that it'd be a good idea for people to do so. I was just like I'm not GonNa do it. I'm not going to do it and I didn't do it and then one day showed up to the office and I was like sitting in the writers room and they're like all right just brought the woman in and he gets back across remain like like we got to have this half hour. You probably felt pretty harassed. Thank God the pilot never got picked up we had to do it's just turning into one big. Vat Vat. It's not a good sign. Everybody all right. Let me hit Castrol one more time guys. WanNa meet me in Las Vegas. Good go to your local autozone. Inter automatically when you make your Castro purchase pick up five quarts of castrol edge motor oil. SDP extended life oil filter just thirty three ninety nine use your autism rewards and automatically entered a win and that'll be three days and two nights in Las Vegas and you can meet me right no purchase necessary to enter to win open to residents of the United States District of Columbia and Puerto Rico must be eighteen years or older sweepstakes valid September twenty four th through October twenty. I could see local autozone store for more details all right. Let's do one more green. Got It well. An Oregon woman is under arrest after police say she shared bean dip hip laced with methamphetamine at work. Cassandra Medina Hernandez gave some of the methods dip to fellow employees in the Deli of the grocery store where she worked the coworker begin feeling burial hospital and was told the dip might have been contaminated with math at least one other employee might have eaten some of it but they. I don't think any of the customers did now. Medina Harass Hernandez was charged with unlawful delivery of methamphetamine recklessly endangering another person and causing another the person to ingest a controlled substance but nobody knows why Meth dip bean dip math so weird and insidious and it's. It's just seems like again. Pot Booze coke like I get it methods just like I've been up for five days. My teeth are falling falling out like why. Why is that your thing. Am I reaching or is it. The same thing with the von does perfect of the world who know intellectually this is wrong but in the moment bucket yellow oh I got this guy in the head or hits this method yeah Amelia's same self destructive like no. It's wrong but plug it. Yeah Krylya Crime Appeals Good at the time I there that that impulse control thing man I mean maybe maybe all the video games and not the violent video games but just maybe the everything on demand. It's like stopping us from that sort of that period where you know when I was a kid away with a good idea to bring your breath beings yeah. You'd have to steep a little bit league when like like you know you just take something like when I was growing up there was in your birthday and there was Christmas those only two times a year. You got anything you did not receive anything in the mail or boxes go shopping. There were three. There are three six Easter yeah. There were your birthday. There was your birthday in Christmas and then there was a sort of like back to school. You get a pair tufts at a peachy folder. Bread is not really anything fun and get some pencils everyone besides the corollas. There's the occasional grandparents. Would you bring us yeah but we didn't have that work trip to bring you back. Stephen Hair Snow Globe there were there were just you got stuff going out to eat. My kids at thirteen have completely destroyed my I number of times out to eat from zero to thirty five easily easily if crushed it everything used to this used to be this kind of period where you'd be sitting around and he'd go. I WanNa get this bike or I'm GonNa get this game. I want to get this thing or something and then you have to sort of contemplate to play that for a long period of time list put on a list and then kind of think about just how you wanted to make this work and for me was always like like we can't get this and that like you can't get huffy and a train set. We've got to kind of get a train set or a Huffy so let's see if we can work this out. Everything is really the immediate now everything that happens in real time and I wonder if people are having trouble making decisions in real time because stuff is like like no they get it now and maybe that ability to like sit and contemplate. Maybe that's going away. How else could you explain like so many fights on an airplane. You know what I mean like like someone who goes. I want to drink and they go. We have to wait till we get it to cruising altitude now. That didn't exist. That's you. That's me we had. We have a little champagne. We we share. This isn't a self serve Bar fucking champagne sitting in front of him in First Class right there. You're welcome point is maybe we don't have that ability to wait it out like we used to wait it out yeah. We don't like that was a big part. Is that good things. Come to those who wait. It was all about sort of delayed gravity and I feel like all my parents did and all everyone else's parents did go slow down not so fat and we're not going anywhere yet. You eight and we're not if you ask me again. When we're leaving where you were not gonNa Baby. We're not going. It was like a whole bunch of like managing managing managing our bringing home you got it. I'm Gina Grad and that's the news the news with Gina Grad. Well simply safe. No one should feel unsafe at home period and that's why there is simply safe to is is simply safe dot com slash and free shipping get it all set up. West Palm Beach Man. We're going to be at the Improv this Thursday. I am doing a live show there. 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Make sure you check that out wherever you find your favorite podcasts and there's Adam Corolla another week a pro football action now complete with the steelers and the Bengals game complete last night and how are you ace. I have a question for you David. Yes I was saying now all right. Let's see Mike August. I know he his professional team is. What with I think wait. He lie all I yeah. He's one of these stinkers out there. He I think he claims the saints thing can't but we yeah also you also claims the Broncos and he likes the steelers to because his old man was affiliate but this saints are his team right so we were talking and we're in some airport having some discussion and I said I like the saints like Alvin Kamara I don't like the nose pushing. The nose ring bothers me. Whenever I see guys with the lip. Bring our nose ring. I it makes me I it's not it's not that I feel compelled to do anything about it. I feel it like when they're getting it or a distraction and polls focus. It's not an attractive accoutrements. I completely agree with that. I mean first of all must hurt and and you're right about. I'd never really considered it but somebody else's fashion but yeah. It isn't. An attractive woman looks at that guy was like yeah. It's kind of a perpetual. It's like you see every once in a while. Somebody has their cheek pierced or some version urging that what if it was instead a little stud diamond a little piece of Broccoli and you got to dinner with them and you're just like knowing that move where you're scratching your own face the whole time I feel camerin the Boettger I kinda WanNa rub my nose when I see him so I say to Mike Mike who's number one saints fan loves them and Chimeras you know one of the top three breakthroughs in the last three years two years of NFL L. I like the Guy I don't care for the nose ring and he goes what I go nose ring what nose ring what nose nose ring the guys because at more camera time than any back in the NFL yes Baker Mayfield does many ads is anybody got a nose ring. What what must be like to be you to just be that far checked out constantly. That's why you get get along because he's the end the year. Yang yeah he didn't like you. You are hyper aware he's aware of nothing got a bull in free. He's aware air. Here's how where nothing he is. He has some people have an explosive sneeze. You know they talk talk about knees. Ing Sneezing is one of those things that rarely discuss you know some people can curl their tongue up like a shape like a Taco shell others. There's can roll it some. I knew a guy our buddy Chris Bom. He can take his tongue kind of flip it over back and forth. I can't do anything I can do. All of this I can there you go well. That's my point. I can do none of them but also I can raise my eyebrows sorta like John Belushi to to some people. Can some people can't it's. It's just one of those things it's there's no. There's no reason to punish those who can't don't reward those who can and do not punish those who cannot uh-huh the sneeze one of those things to that. Everyone has their own distinctive kind of ask. Mike has an explosive like powerful powerful guttural sneeze that is probably one hundred fifty decibels and when you're in a car with him as I am a lot. It's insane. Ain't it really is one of those once. You've everybody's experienced one or three people in their life who's got that you're driving home from the Irvine Improv and it's eleven thirty at at night and you're just you got a beer between your legs and he's doing the drive in and you're settling in after a long day and he is one of those sneezes you will throw whatever you're holding in the air and I said to Mike Mike Because I've been in so many rental cars on so many I mean I've driven home from Bakersfield and been on the road the guy four in the morning like coming home and he has those explosive sneezes and they scare the Jesus and I said Mike. You've got to give me a heads heads up that you have to raise your hand. Do something give me a two second window into the sneeze. 'cause you're scaring the shit out of me yeah most people at least do the. Who Right right so mike you got to say something and he goes hey man. I don't know when I'm GonNa wait a minute. The sneeze just flies out of your face. You just know heads up no precursor no warm up. No four play expect this man to understand who a stranger ranger plays football has a nose ring if he's not even aware of the inner workings of his own. Schwa- imagine being that far removed from your brain that you were literally I'm talking about one second heads up not a hand up no he does not know it. Just sales is out which to me. If I were him. I would be scared to attend a funeral part about a Bris know what I mean. I would stand in the back of every event because that'd be scared to death now because I contend that the guy who has that sneeze is a narcissist assist or vein one or the other on some level. You can control that. You don't have to sneeze that loudly. It's absurd to to make that noise the thing about Alvin Kamara though is with the nose ring and I've said this to him two things first of all number forty one savvy play sure you could go of of your of you think you fancy yourself coming out of college or you're going into a high in college going to Tailback U. USC or Georgia somewhere. You could either say hey. What's the most famous number here. That's the one I need because I have to carry on that long line or you go like Alvin Kamara. You go forty one. I have have no come. I'm I'm the best forty one running back in the history of football bribe mom one better than gale sayers. I like that and then the other thing is as I've said to him. Keep that nose ring because I hope you go into the hall of fame with the nose ring 'cause then they'll have to put an a half to do the bronze. They'll have to do it all right Yahoo. Daily fantasy exciting football election continues on daily Fantasy Yahoo. It's better than ever this year Yahoo. 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ACS (Part 1): Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Dr. Drew, and Jordan Harbinger

"Thanks for listening to the Adam Corolla show on podcast one. Napa know right now, you can get a twenty dollars prepaid visa gift card by mail with the purchase of a Napa legend premium battery. It's your ability power make at the obvious choice for people who hate getting stranded by dead car battery so pretty much everyone the Napa legend premium battery and twenty dollars back quality parts, helpful people. That's Napa know how no participating Napa auto part stores. Penn. Napa auto care centers. Limit to household while supplies last offer ends two twenty eight nineteen. From Corolla one studios in Glendale, California. This is the Adam Corolla show Adams gas today. Marc fall gossiper with Gina grant on news ball Brian on Saudi Bax and Jordan harbinger calls with more success tips. And now. Made with no corn syrup. Adam corolla? Yeah. Get it on got to get it on a judge to get on mandate. Thanks for tuning in. Thanks for sharing. Good day. Gina grant ball, Brian. I should've married Elton. John. The one that got away head space dot com and thank them for this half of the show slash Adam into it and go into it com. Legalzoom lifelock couple of thoughts one is. Oh, boy was I angry. I was the sun rose. Yes. They said I. Kate back in sales. So we saw enough always quietly had the hots for super sexy super super sexy supercenter hot super sexy. And what I tell you. What's going to happen? Whole goddamn Davidson thing because you'd nutty broads. It's so perfect. It's so he's he's all teeth and elbows. He's the. They leave a space above him in the rankings at least funny on Saturday night. Live in case somebody comes on. A new cast member comes on. And they have a spot. Slug amend now. He's Lynn putting back and sale. I told you did I tell you how this was gonna work. Everyone is like, oh, we feel so bad for Pete Davidson, oh, David o aside. I know here's how women were of a bridge and lane on Kate Beckett sale. They don't they don't go buy your own merit. They go by how much ratio how much you pout. Who? Did you bang before me? That's how that's the whole decisions are made market value. Oh, what is eating the powder department? Oh, he's he's suicidal. Okay. Who is he banging before me underground? Tanis drop. I thank him. I knew it. I knew I said it I set it on this very pod. I said this was gonna happen. Yeah. She almost double his age. No, not all she's she's older. She's in her forties. Yes. And he's twenty six. Yeah. Oh, yeah. She's in her forties. But got damn she's looks a may force. She less hot you now that you know this. No. No. I don't know. I just why does it half that? How does it? Can we base life on something their own? I mean, nice like. Yeah. Huge request. It's it's close. He's he's twenty six forty five. So. Wasn't at all. But Jesus Christ. I knew I knew this. My worst suspicions have have come through, and you wishing to exist. It's that that Arianna Arianna 'Grande did for him alternately was the biggest gift that anyone? Cox, doc. Saw jeans. He's in the black on the mailbox. I knew it. I knew it. I know this is just how it works. I still don't know what he does. And I don't even dislike him. I've just know. I've watched SNL religiously and his thing is kind of making fun of how bad he is. Which is not it's cute. Certain point. I don't know Dana Carvey one of your favorites. If he just made fun of how bad of how he shouldn't be on the show. Yes. Ause feel that way Phil Hartmann. Oh, only just gone out. There broke a few more Lafayette fell. Yes. So anyway. I hope you're proud of your your race or your creed or whatever that is your gender gender. This is what they do. What's what's she has? No. She didn't even know who he was four and a half months ago are three and a half weeks ago. There's no wake keep back. I'm Pete Davidson fans way back oh members first season back in two thousand sixteen and a half. She thought he was in one direction. No, I guarantee she, you know, she should why should she know? He was it was the least recognizable guy from SNL TV show. He's a wounded bird dated your favorite artists. What else do you want? So sad guy. Still this is what you do you smoke into existence may should've said anything. Yeah. It's your phone. I wanted to get out ahead of it. They knew what was coming. I wanna be on record. You're like me back yard what I don't want. Dave or party B that being don't say listen being a homeowner is exact same as being a dad, which is you go. Here's what I don't want to happen. And it's somebody heard it as he said he wanted it to happen this. I heard the universe. Once you working up until today for the party. I had a funny. Exchange. So I was oh, we got the drowning pool. Somebody gave me that somebody sent me the body said floor wheat excuse it's a long story, but it's actually serendipitous because I might picture of Paul Newman came in of him hanging himself out of a car at summit point, West Virginia. Just kind of interesting because we're going get our Virginia governor story second and cool. No that's a candidate. Yeah. Paul's just hanging out a two hundred SX which which I own which is one of his be sedan cars, and he's looks like he's got a bunch of mud Schwartz on his shoes. And I think he's because I've done this before he's probably changing them into its race in shoes inside of his car. So it's not to track the mud on the do inside inside the car. But he's got a guy to help them. Take the shoes back to the regular. Yeah. Back to the trailer. But anyway, he was. Black and white picture him sitting in my car. So I figured I should have sent to. And then somebody sent me a drowning pool. Lap which is a move Evans seen. Oh, oh the band. Oh that. Oh, sorry. Sorry. The drowning of my k rock. Shorter. I hate goal rock, and I hate attitude rock, and it's always it's always in. It's always in place of something else like talent. Like you. Never see Ben folds do anything. I wouldn't even know if you saw Ben folds anywhere, you'd have no idea what he does. Because he doesn't have. Recreations nothing to hi k rock run. Here the song and great. But the one good thing about life is. Ben folds is playing somewhere tonight in these guys aren't does. It is the great sorter eventually p Davidson's not going to get top shelf pussy. Eventually eventually it will get sorted. He'll have a hell of a run. But it will get sorted out the universe always sorts out. Especially the the artists are they really get sore the comedians, especially the comedians and the music makers, they get sorted. Eventually takes awhile nineteen seventy-five Paul and Melanie Griffith as in this as well. Joe JoAnne Woodward still alive. And no one's hurt. Anything from many years now? She reclusive. Oh my God. I mean, I made a movie about her husband. I have never change in Email with her like she would should anyone one in the Newman family. All right. So somebody sent me this because it's from nineteen seventy five and it's about the seat belt. Chime going nuts. Yeah. The whole this is the opening scene. It's all about the seat belt. Chime I had. There's some sort of weight must be went to the the sensor in the seat. Once it gets over forty pounds. The thing goes on once in a while Phil likes to ride shotgun gets in the back of the car. And then he goes, hey, I'm coming up front and he comes up front, and he just sits down just next me. Just sits next me. And then I just put the seat belt on Ogrin or somebody's behind him or in front of him. Like, I'm like all right put the belt on. But you cannot drive the car with him sitting there because of the time the the reason we don't need the click it or ticket, but this is nineteen seventy five I've never seen this scene. So go ahead, and we'll play for you. New Orleans international airport. Get. Car seat belt suitcase in the back. Member. Traveling with something businessman's, suits. How else do you travel? Giusti's weapons. But says look like what gives. Belt hanging out of the door. Can't pull it stuck. Winding back in unwinded. All right. Here's the point the point is it's nineteen seventy five. This was a joke in nineteen seventy five. It's two thousand nineteen. We don't need the sign dumped just put anything on. All right. I got into some tweets. Over the week because this whole Virginia governor guy Ralph Northam and Ralph north found is guess college yearbook ours medical school yearbook picture one guys in black face. You know, the guys in Klan outfit, and it's on his page. Which would you rather be? Well, it's kind of tough I would say the guy leaning against the sixty nine vet would probably be the guy you want to sell. He he's at a party. There's a clan in a black man and. He said it was me. But I I don't I won't tell you which one I was like your poison, and then and then he said, and then he said later on in news press conference. It wasn't me. And then. Reared the Segi defense. We're. To me. But he I think as nickname was like Koon man or something I. Oh, yes. Yes. His Nick, his nickname was was Conan. And he was like, well, my real nickname was Gu's. But yeah, I don't know if it says it in in this one, and I can't even remember where the where it's written in there. So then he said later on it's it's not me. And then somebody said, well how to get onto your yearbook page. I took the picture of the corvette you rebel yearbook. Pay put your things I've heard you submit your own pictures. Hey, hey, said things get complicate things. Get shuffled around that'll defense. You see the quote, there are more old drunks than old doctors in the world. So I think I'll have another beer interest pediatrics. Well, here's now here's an interesting thing. I never thought this. But if you show me the same yearbook, and you show me a picture of a guy. He's got his arm around. Ted nugent. He's he's got he's shown his pickup truck. You put a lift kit on it. And in between there's a picture of a guy reading to kids. I'll go maybe you got the picture. Maybe got the picture his pile your pile or somebody some page eighty six page in seven somebody's. But if we're going to work under the premise, I never really thought about this of my picture got mixed in with someone else's picture. We need to find that pictures figure out where your picture presumably there's another. You're training puppies. Here you go you're making a puppy pyramid. Right. And that's five pages over. Oh. And that guy's got a big beard, and he's listening to Leonard Skinner, and he has a he has a belt buckle. Alkyl rise again, he's got the course stamped on a single. Okay. Awesome. Make sense. I would go for that. I don't know he can find now to me. He's gotta find someone else in the yearbook ready to swap with it. Ralph Dave, you're now hallock roofer how bad is this going to hurt? You know what I mean like take one for the team? So. I'm not into this. Go back and pull everyone's yearbook out and destroy their lives. It's it's my bangs alone. I'd. It's not. I don't think it helps. I don't think this guy is a bad guy. He doesn't seem to be racist. My this was obviously a joke. Everyone has the sort of thing where he go. Oh, was I was young or it was a different time or I had bad taste or whatever. All young guys have horrible taste and do horrible things. People people. They think everything's a good idea. They think it's a good idea to like AIG old woman's house and stuff like that think it's a good idea to break into place. Funny. Everything all insane borderline criminal racist in whatever insensitive every everything. When you're I don't know how you know, he's a little older here, but from twenty four miles mails from thirteen to twenty five all ideas are on the table, and they're all bad, and nobody ever says, how do you think the person who's pushing that wheelchair with feel about you coming up behind him and farting on their head or whatever. Whatever it is. It's like I'm in. I'm going to late. We can't afford not to. So we probably should be doing a lot of yearbook. Judging I would say in general. Everyone is scared to death. This guy everyone I just picture that little kid in the cornfield. Everyone's going to get wished down, corporal. Then it's so it's the apologies. Are the scary part to me because they're not sincere? It's not like this is haunted him or anything like that. He made a joke a Halloween party he moved on and now in thirty five years ago, or whatever it is. He's not thinking about it. And then somebody unearthed it. And now he's super sorry about what he did. But as he super sorry about it, or we obviously we're talking about and he's superstar, and he and he knows it was bad. And it's just weird kind of. It's a half half of it is is apologizing but I'm not it's apologizing like. Saddam Hussein is asked you to stand up at a cabinet meeting. And you're just like all hail his is the greatest he's the greatest fear yet. It's like like it's not like there's there's kind of an apology where you we've all had it with the wives husbands whomever's where you go. Look. I'm sorry. And then here's ri- was coming from. But I understand, but it's not one of those. It's just like. Fears most right? The go-to cornfield. They don't no one wants to go into the cornfield, and that's what's going on. And so somebody said to me. Well, and I think there's only one remedy for this, which is somebody tweeted me and said well, considering there's picture of you as Mr. T recently on earth. How do you what do you think about that? You're response was people think I'm racist. Anyway, I didn't dress as random black, man. I dressed as Mr. T who is black because I love Mr. T if you find it problematic F off fuck off. That's right people find it problematic. I this thing of like somebody some woke person gets to go. It's never okay to do any version of anything at anytime. And then we go. Okay. Well, it's never it's never. Okay. That's dumb argument to have dressing up as random black guy with random clan guy. Not good good. You dressing as hysteria to Mr. T or Jay or Iran. Michael Jordan as you going is them. That's that's a human being Jimmy used to Carl Malone on the radio. They needed Karl Malone on the man show and everyone loved it. He was dressing as Carl Malone who happens to be black. But he was going as Carl Malone. This is a big problem because some super woke dickhead explain to us what the rules are. And no one ever goes. I reject those rules. I'm going to do the alternate in non-racial behavior here. I like, Mr. T I show. Address Mr. T, if I like, and that she'll be my business if Mr. T personally sees me to party and says, hey fool. Pretty. I'm offended, then I'll okay, I'll go to another part of the party. And maybe I'll go is Hannibal or face one of the other greats. Sure from eighteen eighty that's right, right. But I don't think I I suspect that if you told Mr. T circa nineteen eighty five that there were hundreds maybe thousands of young boys that were dressing like him for Halloween. I bet he would get a kick out of that flouted bet if you told them a large percentage of them are white Betty, even get a bigger kick out of that. So I then explained that this is nuts. There's the picture of me as Mr. T full shaved head to. I mean, I committed the neared I shave the head. He had little tufts of hair around his ears to wasn't just a straight Mojo. I get. I get everything you did accept. How did someone of your ilk? Procure that many gold chains. Really good point. I was I think I went to like a Kostunica or. Just feed just plastic chain just wrapped it around. Yes. And then so somebody said where is that picture? And then I tweeted, I don't know. I think maybe it's in president me. And then I did like help somebody find the picture me, Mr. T, and then somebody wrote back Corollas the only celebrity asking people to find pictures of him. This. I it made me laugh because obviously it was it was true. How'd you been going out for a while in preparation? I have a lot of questions about the. It goes. Ask pictures ask about pictures ahead. Well, you have a what did you say three and a half inches up top that mohawk Brian? What would you call that? That's at least that's a good grow. This is June decision. Okay. So does that October? That's that is commitment. Well, now, hold on might you the beard took a little time back then probably took me about three weeks or months at get get the beard going. The hair was always bushy always thick and always sat up top about two inches shorter on the sides. So I probably grew it out. I probably gave it a month or month and a half. But it wasn't. It wasn't a multi multi wasn't half a year. But I was onto this. I had to be a good month. Probably two months before Halloween. There you go bring it full circle to you mentioned Mr. teeth found out in Jimmy someone and Chris Loftus up at somebody thought there super clever was like, hey on Twitter or something was, hey, Jimmy Kimmel Cary explaining this black vase, and it was him as karma. Well, Karl Malone. Thank and Jimmy response was beautiful. Like, actually Carl Malone. I've talked to a many times over his house. He loves the bit. And we're good friends. Yeah. Putting snuffed it out. Just like that rates. Police find that it was pretty remarkable. Try to. Gotcha. Look, the only got the thing about the Gotcha. 's is. People have to stop responding to the Gotcha need to tell them to shut up. They'll they'll lose interest almost almost immediately. Did that pretty eloquent way? Essentially, he's told him off an beautiful. Can if you're one of these people that just out looking for this kind of stuff. I don't I don't know. You know what I mean? Focus on Pete Davidson ho whose what hot chip he's banging this week. Let let that motivate. You know, what I mean, all the Cerda ANSA Larry nonsense to to the kids. Dolts here. And we got Pete Davidson out there pick that as your hill to die on this nonsense. Insane. So I don't and so as far as this guy goes, I don't care. I mean, I feel bad for anyone who's yearbook was unearthed. And then they were, you know, my whole thing is you all treat it like any crime, which is you committed some crime thirty five years ago, and it can't be murdered one. But maybe it is murder one. But let's say you committed a crime. I don't really want to look back in your file thirty five years and find out what you got incarcerated for written up for parole for I just wanna know from that thirty five years from that point of the crime till now I wanna check the record. I wanna know whatever accusing you of I want to know what there has been between then. And now if I don't see anything between then and now all assume you made a bad decision or between you and your God or you'll have to deal with it or your family thing, or whatever it is Penn. We'll move we shall move forward in our in our lives together. I'm not worried about you being racist. But I'm not worried about you being an arsonist if you Mabel it some on fire at a young age, but if you put together thirty five years string, I'm ready to I'm ready to move on the only question I have about that picture is I get it the hooded capes and everything for the KKK isn't exactly for Saatchi. You could make it yourself. However. Just like, oh, my dad's got one of those in his closet. I can dust it off and bring it in. Buddy. Had that have that readily available. Let's dunce cap. I look at the Cape. Yeah. It looks pretty. Yeah. It looks pretty authentic the preacher's robe. Maybe maybe I don't know. Maybe I'm region hard to make excuses for not in sound of music. I think I think one could slap together Klansman's outfit. I. Well, for instance, Morazan curl show. I'm on a road. I pass elks lodge. They're having a meeting. I've I'm doing comedy. But I got couple hours per now. What burn so couple crosses the burn. So I don't again, a let him let him slide on this policy move forward. Now, then people do this they go. Well, look, it's not I mean, but now he's lying his line. He's alive of door. Sees the line. He's saying he doesn't want to go out to the cornfield. So he saying to the kid he done a real good thing. You real good thing. 'cause he doesn't cornfield everyone. I do not blame anyone for lying who's trying to save their neck, their family, the reputation or or whatever. So that one I'm not I don't care about the line. We got were pinching you there's two kinds of lying. There's the. I was a decorated Vietnam vet in the final running for the Heisman vote for me. You know? And then we find out that was all made up. Well, then that's kind of a lie. Somebody asking if you had an affair on your wife. You know, I've never been faithful. That's you just trying to protect something. That's abras not a liar. Yes. Feeling somebody has a question about rupaul. I have feeling feelings. Do I Fran thirty seven Pittsburgh. Hey, Adam gone Dina. I definitely Gina's input on this. Because I don't think Adam is going to be a huge fan. My wife is a fan of the show Rupa's drag race. Which is fine. And it's basically just an hour long. Like, dick and snatch joke. My issue is a chill. Let it run. While my nine year old son is running around the house. And I kind of bitched her out. I don't feel that it's appropriate for nine year old. But I need I need a verdict question, my up type, dick wide or probably. But when on the subject of rupaul, what's the part that you're what's your freaked out about is. Is it the language or is it the pretty dresses in the dancing? It's the language and the like men walking around. I don't feel like explaining tucking to my nine year old innuendo and ever seen the show. But from what he's ascribing. A lot of it. Yeah. That's kind of like men in bras. Like that. Have you seen the show I've seen one or two episodes? What per se you guys told me this percentage of you're 's of drag race who have been to an actual drag race NHRA drag racing. Wow amount of people. Tended to winter nationals Pomona who've actually watched Rupe halls drag race. Is there any crossover at all less than half? Some go blow point. One on that I've been to drag races. And I've watched that show with my wife. That's just you're being frac though. Like you're just in the room that's going on been to a drag race not repulsion drag race. I remember the a lot of scantily clad girls giving out like Copenhagen and stuff like that. Like hanging samples of like twenty years ago anything like samples of dip and like selling cigarettes. So maybe those girls maybe watch. Girl. I can't imagine. What of the renter? Some of the older English leather girls back in the seventies. Watch show now I don't think in two thousand nineteen year. It's a hard conversation to say, oh, yes. Some some guys sometimes like to dress up like women. Anyway, what do you want for breakfast? It's I don't think I don't think that's a big deal to have that conversation anymore a lot of Jewish dick jokes. But you're nine you're not gonna get it. I know I don't live shows you have to the winner of repulse drag race has to have charisma, uniqueness, nerve and talent. Okay. All right. And was they were playing the snatch game match game. I'm with you. I'm with God with America. So this not it's not were. I don't I don't think it's worth like we run into this a lot to you watch stuff. You watch you watch family guy with your son is going to make jokes and their jokes and things like that. So what you do is what what we should do which is trying to give it a lot of momentum. You know, you don't scream at anyone of Archer guys. Right. Ears run out of the room. I think you kind of tell I think you kind of tell your wife like I wouldn't watch it with the boy if the kid walks into the room while you're around. Don't don't give things energy. But like in general, treat it like the handful of things you do there's things you do that. You just don't do if front of your kids if they walk in the room. He don't scream or whatever. So I kinda don't give it momentum. But I think in general she shouldn't be like bivouacking with the kid. And watching that thing if the kids walking in and out, so be it. It could be a lot worse than show that ends every episode with if you can't love yourself. How the hell you gonna love somebody else? Can I get it? Amen. And then everybody dances. It's good. I don't like anyone who says love yourself bothers me too much of that. First off it doesn't work. You got to earn it. And then Secondly, I don't know we'd like a society where everyone just love themselves. I don't like it. I feel like we're gonna lose the next wars. Everyone just loves somebody's gotta take one for the team. Someone's gotta look at themselves meet low themselves. Yeah. No. I mean, don't do the opposite of love yourself. But it's it's there's so much talk about like love yourself and pride and all the good vibes to everyone. I know is successful. It's neither here nor there thing. I if you'd ask successful people do love yourself, though, I never thought about I thinking about work or education, or whatever it is. I'm doing I it's it's it's neither here nor there. All right anyway. But love yourself. The. The last thing I have on the black face thing is, you know, people are like. Got into it before, you know, someone like then tweet me, oh, you think so K to go and black face? Like, I went as Mr. T that's not in black face in black face is something else with its own set of history. That's long before me, and Mr. T got here. So why now listen, I get honest mistakes. But these aren't honest mistakes. This is you trying hard. Somebody's trying hard like. Having a black face such as Mr. T is not in black face as we as we know it in this country and the history minstrel show. Right. So here's what makes me worry. If you're asking to sort of like a legitimate question, or you just want to know, that's fine. I don't think that's what's going on. I think you're burning calories trying to get people lumped into this thing. And I wanna know why why are we not worried about Davidson who Kate Beckett sale? Why are you working so hard at this everyone? Why are we trying to make ourselves so much worse than we actually are like we go. I mean, you think about all the oh, you're racist. Homophobic, Bubba Bubba. How much like I mean in a society their societies where there's tribes that war, and they're different. Faction factions or whatever and there's a body count at the end of the year. There's hundreds of thousands of these people are killed and hundreds of thousands of those people are killed. We treat ourselves that way about race about religion about sexual proclivities that, but we never we don't really end up with a body count at the end of it. So what why why so many calories? Everybody self-flagellation, no good through self torture. Yeah. And it's not like just because we're not the worst, whatever. But I mean, there is a a highly publicized Chechen gate purge where they're literally, you know, rounding up gay men, and and offing them and banishing them and all of these horrible things. This is we are. We are lucky not to be in that environment. Yes, we should export rupaul drag race. Shicheng open things over there. All right. Let's see. We'll talk to harbinger about clearing-up are hit space, and I will tell you that head space your guide to health and happiness. Oh and love at these guys proven, reduce stress and increase happiness. Learn life changing meditation and mindfulness skills in just minutes day backed by scientific research, you do ten days of head space you increase your happiness five percent. Reduce irritability irritability by good. Good work. Sorry by twenty seven percent. 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He didn't do it. It was one of the super Pac things did it. But he endorsed it. And he he never denounced it, and he ran this commercial where there's a time pickup truck chasing around Bryant Braff Brown people that has a Ed Gillespie bumper sticker on it. The guy who put by the way collect too. Like, I there's no possible way. There this many racist, right? Maybe over sticker on his own truck. Maybe it was him. Yeah. Maybe so starts with what is that a young black child and young Persian? Job walking down the street on a sunny day that every day in Virginia. Shoot hope Mexican kids. Confederate flag trucks coming after him scary white man, it's kind of Hispanic kid. He's out of gas but their truck again and he's coming after. Run. Skeptical Espy bumper sticker on their poor kids. Can't get safe. What if your kid watching? This is nightmare fuel. Yeah. So don't try to be. Other trapped in an alley in case except for nightmare gone up from a dream. My number Donald Trump and Ed Gillespie mean by the American dream Latino victory fund paid for in his responsible for the content of this advertising. All right. Well, anyway, that guy just got burned for being a racist rant ad against the other races. So I don't know everyone calling everyone a racist. It can come back that can come back and get you. And just to tease us in the news. We do have some Liam Niessen news. Oh, no, everyone is dating. So fast. Jordan's on line three Jordan harbinger. Hey, hey, man. What's going on? Hey, thanks for having me. I appreciate it. You you know, calling people racist is dangerous. It's like, a boomerang. They're just like, oh you open that gate. But yeah, do this. Hold on. I think boomerang might be our ham netting. Biography moving out. Telling people this for a while. Stop everyone calling everyone racist. It's you're going to you're going to be next or you do what I do, which is you just own it, which someone goes, aren't you scared? I go everyone thinks racist. Anyway. So lean into it. Jordan. It's easier to Jordan harbinger shows the name of the pond on podcast one and apple podcast. What? Oh, wait. Yeah. We'll play your opening. Now, some simple ways to better yourself in twenty nineteen brought to you by into dot com into it from makers of turbo tax QuickBooks and meant it's time for harbinger of success with your harbinger. There we go. What do we got today? Well, you know, it's it's you'll like this Adam because I when I was writing this. I was thinking Adams gonna dig this your haters hate the word haters. I'm just gonna start with that. But people who are giving you grief when they get they get worked up if we treat them like toddlers, then it makes it a lot easier for us to pal it this. What what's that give them whatever they want to get back to bed? I don't even know about giving them when I guess it depends on your parenting style. Maybe maybe I maybe I should have done more research on people's parenting styles here. But when we look at it, as you know, we're having a great day. We just you know, uploaded, our podcast. We've wrote something we've put it out there. You create a documentary movie you put it up there. And then you get somebody giving you like the raspberry or whatever the throwing something on Twitter like even the other day. Somebody was like the harbinger segment is on war. And I was just like, you know, this is ridiculous. I could get all worked up about this. And I wish that I had the ability to shrug off everything, but I'm not immune to this. At least not all the time. But a lot of these uninformed nasty critics are. They're not trying to make you better. They're not trying to point out something that could be stronger. They're just like toddlers that are cranky and in a bad mood. Right. Yeah. Childish mindset for tension only. They're basically, I guess the version of the teenagers. Another thing women would never do guy thinks a good ideas. Like stand in the bed of a pickup truck and wack mailboxes with a baseball bat as you go down the streets. Like, you're not hitting people's whose houses, you hate your just whacking mailboxes jacking up someone else's stuff. Yeah. And there's that impulse the always want to react. Like, you always want to you. I got somebody some chick sent me a one today. I don't care about the ones that call me dickhead. I care about the ones that are sort of insane. Like, I was busting Gary chops the other day because I've saying he wanted me to watch. One of the fire festivals. Or two of them band was coming in he starred in one of them. He wasn't really the other one. And he just sort of randomly went go watch one of them. And I was like the next time pick out the one you want me to watch. Because the guests this coming in watch tell me to watch the guests in and then some chick wrote back like, yeah, you just found something else to complain about. Like I pretty reasonable request producing shell. You're the you're producing the show. There's two docks. I have access to both of them. I'm going to watch one in one the guest was in in preparation for that guests to come in was a normal reasonable thing. I feel like Johnny Carson or David Letterman or even the great Jimmy Kimmel may have had that discussion with something. And her thing was like, oh, you just yell at Gary because the Netflix doc was better than the who. And I was like I I don't think I would have ever known. I would have just watched one of them. But I mean, you would've found another reason to yell Gary. Doc religious. I don't I don't like the accurate stuff. I don't like the one where they go. You would have done this. Like, I I'm only voicing it. Because I would have liked to have the information. This isn't going to randomly pick on somebody. No. I would like you to full this into your producing skillset next time. This comes up if it ever comes up again recommend the one the guys in fair. It'll be it'll be fair. Sorry. I did not know I told the woman I said, you should just re listen to the conversation. I think you miss them you Mann's plane tour her. Yes. Yes. And then you're manage blending. And but here's the thing. Like, and it took me for twenty years to wrap my head around this. But I saw somebody parenting there toddler in a very reasonable way. Or so I thought it and most people don't get upset when four or six year old says something to them. That's not considered polite or that's considered it rude and polite company. There's been watched up why are you so fat people might be like mildly embarrassed? But usually the fan person is just like awkward laughter. It's fine. It's because sane people. Don't believe that toddlers have a great concept of Savoia fair. They don't we don't wanna lie on their case Moore much. So we don't think we don't have to get upset and then sent them straight. It's not gonna do any good no-one with two brain cells to rub together even gonna try this. Also, I've found that from the mouth of babes are pretty good. Like if I say to my kids, look, I don't like to talk about. Myself, but they'll just go. Like, I said, my stepdad John did that they wouldn't do that noise because he never talks about. Joe Johns sell. Yeah. Every once in a while and that'll go Sunday night lasagna from scratch, and the cert- laughing and walk out. To tell. But I think we are this. Vice point here like impractical. Takeaway here is like next time. Someone's trying to bring down especially if it's on free conceptual media or end like a public forum, and I'm sure you dealt with this doing stand up at any point some insurance to Tabatai's, you get your riled up or undermine you or your workers self you could just really reframe like this is a toddler emotionally or otherwise. And it's so much easier to do that than to let them kind of derail your work your project, your emotional state or your day, and it takes a minute. It takes a deep breath and beat you know, for me to do this. But it's kinda practiced skill because otherwise I spend the next twenty minutes being like, well, you know, might be right about this part happen. You know, he's wrong about all this other. But if you just think toddler, it's like, you don't have to put any extra effort or processing power into trying to figure out what to do with the information and all agreed Brian Jordan. I I like that advice identify with I. Hadn't thought about this in years. But I guess I here's how petty. I am. And here's how much hold a grudge gears ago when my to your point Jordan years ago when my book came out shrinkage man marriage the to try to kill me. I would there was an Adam Karol a message board independent message board on there about the show and things on the show. And I say one because I don't know if it's still around because the last day I ever visited it was around the time book day after a book housing where people are saying I got the book someone posted a topic that something on something defective. Has anyone here read Brian shitty book yet? And I was like you mother the book yesterday lobbies, and you haven't read it and determined. It's no good. You're simply just throwing out there to be a total, dick. And that was the last day. I can't do this last day ever visited that site. I can't do this. I can't I can't subject myself to this. I was invested emotionally, you know, my daughter. My daughter. The person didn't judge my book to not be good. He was just saying something to be a-hole. Yes. Jordan point, just you know, put a fire blanket on it. Message boards are not for the people who are busy with their day making things how all right, let's hit the out tro and thank you, Jordan. Thank you guys. Appreciate it as always harbinger of success. Brought to you by into dot com. And you can check out Jordan harmed during harm Joe dot com. Yeah, I've looked it's it's an experiment where the first people that do it were essentially the monkey and we're rocketing toward the moon right now in a tin can and people who came before us. Then have to deal with it. And the people that come after us will. I'm not saying they'll have every tool they need to deal with it. But it'll be a part of the fabric of their life. This is a new thing that these things going on a computer screen and finding out your dickhead didn't exist from zero to age forty for me. And now it exists. And it's it's it's something I can say mean, it's a small group of people knew can talk about. Oh, what about the kids? What about the kids? What about the? Yeah. Because, you know, kids grew Mike kids grew up with this whatever toll. It's taking on them. It'll take it collective the hall bureau, or whatever it is. It's their life. It's part of their life any day, though, know, any different I literally probably put three addresses on three envelopes from zero to age forty and now all of a sudden u-turn on this magic notebook. And there's things about you. There's pictures, and there's words and people are chiming in. I mean, we were not ready and in the the the cement in the sidewalk of our brain had already dried, plastic they're going to have to have the figured out the low overcome will improvise delve with about us. I don't mean to be to Oprah Super Bowl Sunday about this. But I do think about this all the time, you we think we're a kid if you were getting bullied. If someone is being mean to you. I can't be the only one that ever thought. Well, I cannot wait to grow up and be an adult because I'll never have to deal with this again because adults don't and so I think about that. If someone says something horrific are my my pearls are clutched because somebody says something about me, I would love to get into the dirt with that person in that moment and mix it up. But then I think that's not really fair or nice to the kid Gina that kind of had that promise that this was not going to be an issue as an adult. I don't wanna drag that that kid version of me along into adulthood and have to defend myself against bullies. I work for a living. I've move on. I try to create stuff. It's incredible. The people like, I guess you could say what did James woods do before Twitter. But I guess who knows. Be the job acting. But I mean, it's like some of these guys have a tour. He he's like he's like a waterfowl or something that's been swimming in a circle and a lake and now spread his wings and soaring. What did James woods do before this bathroom walls? Yeah. All right. Let me tell you about into it more Paul counselors here into it. Whether you're a small business owner mother or podcast host, and we're all working toward a prosperous future. Prosperity. Doesn't mean the same thing to everyone. Maybe it's buying a home. Maybe it's starting college fund. Maybe it's finally taking that trip to Hawaii man as think about your vision of prosperity. You're probably worry about the time the money the obstacles into it is here to give you the confidence to pursue your goals. Join the millions managing their fire. Finances with QuickBooks. Turbo tax or meant everyone deserves a chance to prosper. Get started on your path to success and get started today, you can learn more at into it dot com. I n t u I t dot com into it dot com. Powering prosperity. All right marks going to come in. And a second. I'm Heddon to Boston heading to Connecticut Foxwoods casino this Friday and curls. Unprepared. And then the Wilbur theatre beautiful Wilbur theatre Boston. Everyone should be in a good mood over there with the pats into my Rams so gun will clipper you this is. Unprepared. This is dilution. I've not heard this one. I I don't know if I did this one with Kimmel or did this one with Adam Ray, but here's a little shot of pingpong balls one word hopper that we send the hopper long or do. We buy new hopper. We bought a new hopper for the east coast. We gotta east coast. Hafer, a multi hopper man, I hopper guy so at east coast, hopper and just ping pong balls handed out you right one word, and we shall pull those pages. So this one is. Sorry. Original delusional, sir. This is a fun one delusional. Yes delusional. I do feel like that something that's going around more and more these days everyone. They're fucking cockamamie ideas about like how life works out about their pets. I actually maybe it started with pets. Maybe the delusion started with pets because pets in the past animals were pretty much either beasts of burden or we ate them either. You gotta pull my fat ass up this canyon side or you can drag this till and we'll we'll till some soil drag a plough or I'm going to eat you or both when you run out of gas dragging, my fat ass up the side of this hill. Then I'll each you. But. We started welcoming the animals in our homes, and that's when the delusion started my son today at dinner literally tonight at dinner, he said fill one hundred ten pound black lab. I am colorblind. But not when it comes to lapse. I definitely I make distinction. But but other than that. I thought your Mexican that's colorblind. Okay. Show. He said to me, Phil. So smart, and I said why why is Phil smart fills? Not smart smelly fill eats shit. And a cord. He's kind of like a lot of range pick pickling any fucking one of God's creatures thinks. It's a good idea to eat its own shed. No could not be called having a high intellect. I'm not here. You're gotta be somewhere around average IQ cannot be smart. But he said, Phil smart. And I said why he said because I looked at him when I blinked too one on I and then he blinked that same I. And so I think the other I and then he blinked that I thought he's doing fucking Moore's code with a labrador. And I realize this is where the delusion begins. Yeah. I started thinking about like P, you know, all the women think they're dogs. Don't think dogs. My best friend. He knows them thinking, and he I had shortness of breath. So he started barking, and I went into the doctor and found out there was a tumor and like all this kind of stuff. It is. We had much less delusion when animals were animals and people where people right? We're getting blur. We're getting blurry. Yes. But not to not to assume Brian's role here. I don't know Mr. security crows. Well, that's hard. That's a hard science. And by the way, I'm looking out for you. I pointed when I did that because he's your vote show. There's so many times I mean think about the other day max pad was traveling along the five and they had that jump on there. They had like the air bags and everything set up and they blocked off the entire freeway. And then like negotiating with the guy send flash send them crows out. Hurry, the second that airbags inflated send out the murder cross. Let's get this mess. Cleaned up where we by the way, you thought it'd be a good idea to stand over freeway overpass during rush hour and threaten to jump with a hot loan your pants. How much negotiating are? We really doing here. You know, what I mean like who we really talking to you got you got an agent over William Morris endeavor. Like, we should get on. We should we should loop into this this call you're crazy person. What are we talking about? I know the star has a bit. But getting the crows in the schools train them to attack. Anyone they see with the with the firearm or it can do that attract train them to attack any kind of weapon. A cop comes for dare meeting. Keep that got holster. Now, it's super I mean, any you can train a crow to do anything. But all you have to do is hold your hand out with something metallic and shake it around. And makes it just just go for the guys is that deal is that says some lies you go for the eyes you go for the eyes. And also you went about preventative measures. You're not walking in. School knowing they have an active crow patrol there that you you're not shooting up that place, you'll go. Find a mini mart. You're not going into that school the whole plan. Is it sadly, it's body count? And you're not gonna get too many shots off before the crow his eighteen crows attacking your is. Right. There you go. All right. 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Mark Paul Goss lers in studio could see again, my friend. Hello, adam. They'll tell you all about largest shoulder surgery sorry for laughing, but he's in exquisite pain. I'm not in paying annoyed. He's in this half of the show. Brought to you by legalzoom and lifelock. When thank them for this and number of lifelock. There you go perfect chime in when I talk all about it. So that the shoulder surgery. Why this is the second shoulder. So you're out of shoulders. Yeah. Why? What's what's the problem? What happened just from racing motocross and being stupid in my twenties. And you know, getting old you race. What kind of motocross the kind? That's under two fifty twenty five like the. Yeah. What class? Did you do? I was a four fifty go a thumper thumper. I was writing when suffers were around. It was kind of went from the two strokes into the fourth person four-stroke. Yeah. I say to Brian. He's. Right. Ammann's planning to make. So I mean, all those things that are all so fun are also hard on your forties on the. Yeah. That's what they have to do to your shoulder. Everything it's a full rebuild. They had to like cut bone cables and really cater and attach tendons. Well, congratulations on the passage by the way, Mondays nine o'clock on FOX. Episode. The fourth one is going to have said air this this week one fourth one the fourth one the fifth one. I got the fourth here. I've FOX's into this show, man. I mean, I've been seeing spot after spot after spot in the middle of football games for the last month. So that means it's testing real well, and a means the networks really into it where do you shoot? It. We shot it in Atlanta. Georgia are. This everyone go there because all the big sound stages are there now Tyler Perry like stuff, I've heard the because of the Tyler Perry's heard also that marvel pumped in about one point five billion into the infrastructure, and they have these beautiful sound stages there, and yeah, they have all the cruiser there. Everybody moved from, you know, we're all the tax incentives. Are right Atlanta. I think for the next ten years has the taxes incentive. So and then they're steam tire sort of there's the. Soldiers in the army, and then there's Steen tire, traveling circus of caterers and make up and gaffer's. And so all that much. Just everyone starts starts moving there. And the next thing, you know, they build out crazy infrastructure, and you have all those trades and everything now they're all there funny on on the passage. I was working my sound crew. One of the guys was my my guy from fifteen years ago on why PD blue and he after NYPD blue packed and all up and move to Atlanta as he feel in a weird way is everyone. I know who's moved LA's happier that they moved out. But I I don't know they need incentive. Like this guy had to be incentivized a move to Atlanta's enjoying his Atlanta life. I think so I think so he's he's he said he was going to retire soon. And he was gonna retire in Atlanta. He wasn't gonna come back to LA. There's. They're certain there's a certain efficiency that I love about the guys that are on and the girls, and I don't mean that like when I normally do it normally when I go he or she I don't really mean cheap. I roll like some of those dynamic women like stage managers and stuff. They're just always moving. There always have the headset. There was yelling copy or saddle cassette copy, subtle subtle. There's like moving like, I love just too crazy. Hyper running the show never like never seem to be doing something or going ham talking on the phone, give me a minute or whatever. Like, I I sort of miss all that about production multitasking going on when you have them because they have a headset on right? And you're talking to them. But they're getting words from the set Roger not onset. Right. And they're listening to that by listening to you. And I have an answer for you. And they have an answer for the set. It's an amazing talent. What they do. I have so much respect for the eighties. Yeah. I just love everybody. Who's I love the little beehive of crazy efficient work that you see within. That's the thing that people don't understand. Like, the production size is specifically with the passage like we had two hundred crew members every day onset. I brought people that were friends of mine from Atlanta that never been on a set before. And that was what they took away from. It was all these people are working on one thing. There's like they had no idea that we had a crew of over two hundred people every day, do you? So you just relocate for X amount of weeks months. How's that work that wasn't that wasn't pleasant? I I messed up. When we the pilot I flew, my my family traveled with me, and they were with me for the month of the pilot. And I thought it when we go into series will I will I will make they will live with me and things happened. The show was pushed, and we started production a full year later and things happen in our lives where my wife could not travel with me the kids can travel with me. And it was not pleasant is that been sorted. Are you back for a while? I'm back. It was four and a half months of trying to every other weekend. Fly back home or have my wife come out. And I wasn't my combinations were not. They were not great. Because I thought I'm paying for a mortgage in LA, right? Don't wanna pay for another mortgage than it Lanta. So I'm going to find a, you know, a one bedroom concrete apartment, and it it it. Has failed miserably. Yeah. It didn't work comparable. But I did an arc on. Donaldson's creek. And just going somewhere for week. Like, you don't you do get department. He wasn't on Dawson's creek. I was. Lucky? Yeah. That's right. You remember your toothbrush like you? Go bring your toothbrush, and you bring your sweatpants or whatever. But you forget how annihilation you are an every other facet of you can't control the TV kitchen, whatever it is nothing works. And it takes a while. It takes a weird sort of repetitive living condition, but me being away from my family and being in another state. Both mentally and physically but to to to then like come home from work and not have my routine. Right. It's it's not like you're like, oh now that I'm in Atlanta. I can go out and go eat wherever I want. So you don't have the desire to do that you want to be their family your family, man. You know, your family your wife's hot. Yeah. She is. No, I I get it. And it's a long that's a long that's a long time. And I you know, everyone has to go through it. Now, it's such a it's the first time I've had to do it in twenty years. It's been very lucky. I've said in on this show before I was in Winnipeg at Samuel Jackson, the room next to me family, all Jackson, go to Winnipeg in January and shoot for weeks and weeks. I drove Bryan Cranston to the airport to go to New Mexico. Like, that's that's it. That's the new world order. Everyone's everyone lives in L lane. Got get on an airplane and go somewhere that they don't wanna go or the not familiar with in order to support their life in LA. Although I don't know if you're looking into it. But is LA is trying to get some of this runaway stuff back trying now. Yes, I think six. Seeded? I think a lot of shows will do one season. And there's an incentive to do the second season in LA. Right. So it's this thing of like. Just they will go the the gypsy camp will pack up and go wherever they can make the most money. I mean, look you have you have two hundred people working on one episode. There's a lot of money going around couple of percentage points this way, or that way when it comes to taxes are incentives, or whatever just a or just a short of anyone has ever shot in LA back in the day knows it. It's not a friendly. Town was a friendly town shoot in copse Roy's coming around. There was like handing out tickets there. I did a man show bit on Melrose. Once it was like man on the street, and like a woman pulled up in a car and got out of her car and walked around to the sidewalk, and she's going to feed the meter and slid in with the camera like, hey, man on the street, what's in your purse, or whatever it was. And she got a parking ticket while talking to her which I think we paid for. But I mean, she was just walking to the meter and I like slid in and she struck up a conversation with me. And eighteen seconds later, somebody gave her a parking ticket. All right. So big hit the passage. Good for you. I think we all we all root for Mark. Right. Absolutely. Unless you're raising. Yeah. How and especially this genre. This genre of TV show is white hot people love it people. Love the, you know, this this sort of distortion society that we're having to fight against it's it's so fun to watch. I know you did a race at Irwindale a couple years back with a good, man. So the call met the motivator t Andrea I think he did. Well, did you win the race one? My second rates their you won your cigarette. You did like short of short track oval of fun as my first time doing just left turns. Yeah, it was like that was cool. Have you ever done that? No been doing a Binda Irwindale and shot something in Irwindale when it was like one hundred forty D. Agrees hair, but the whole nother way of driving a car it just going in that circle on the Bank that way. Yeah. But just it's a lot of like finesse. But also, not you you're just slamming it in there, your heart on the breaks, your heart on the wheel. You're trusting the banking? It was it was interesting and you have a spotter, right? If like thing. For you someone's in your ear telling you, you know, you're, you know, low low low, right like howling, you kind of nice. It's kinda cool. It felt like real racing. Yeah. Never had the I did a professional trans am race at Laguna or at willow springs a couple years ago, and I just showed up and the guys like you have a radio on your helmet, right? I'm like now. He's like, oh, well, that's bad cheese. We have Email. What emails for like this was on that the heroin for seven months? You could ask about the and then he's like. I'll take I got one in my helmet. I'll just take my helmet stuff in your home. Is that gonna work that good? And I was like, okay. And then. He was like, oh, you're not gonna be able to hear me while you're racing because it's like it's too loud. But if there's a yellow flag or kind of coasting or off it or whatever you could you could hear me, then it's getting better and better. So I did I did hear him then. But it was actually nice to have somebody. It was during a yellow flag. I started slowing down and he was yelling like gogo catch up. Can you can't pass anybody? But you're catch up to them. And I did. So the the radio work also had did you talk to him? I don't think I knew five is talking to them or nine talking a lot. I think there was a probably button on the steering wheel that said like radio or talk or something, but there's also buttons all over the place. I was a little scared to touch things neutral. I was so. Undiagnosed into this car that this car has a like a sway bar adjustment thing on it like a handle to justic dislande sway bar. You should do it during the race as your tires Turco and away or your fuel gets lighter dialing in more sway. Barb. I'd like I'm not going to start touching things. But there was a hose a clear hose it went right to the sway bar shift. And I was like so I practice and stuff, and then they should you guys have hydraulic sway bar, whatever. And the guys like no that's the water hose. We just keep it there. And I was like, oh, we got water the water my mouth with the hose and hit another flooding on the on the wheel. Oh, man. It was it was huge tough on track, willow springs. The there's a picture of the contraption. I was I was in. You can see why didn't want to scare touch anything in the car and capacitor you can see the hose going to. At the bottom of the screen. You can see the hose going to the thing with the red ball on it, which is that is the wave. Our gesture which I've scared to touch because why would you write the Long Beach grand prix together? No, you ran than I ran. You ran the rain and ninety four ninety five. Here's did you run early. Sure was fun though. Right fun. The Celicas at that time. And then they they bumped him up to what they are now, which is science. I kind of cool. They went from front wheel drive rear wheel drive. But did thing that's fun about that is all the cars are the same. And nobody owns the cars. And so people just need to ask. How crazy they really do? They do mash the crap out of those cars that was my first race. My first race term one. I got taken out all really T-Bone I qualified second. And as I made the left hand, turn, boom. No is a right hand. Turn. It was the old track. Made a right hand. Turn Bom got T-Bone out of the race. He's never forgiven. Brian alston? Green. No, I think it was a professional jet skier a woman. I forget what her name is. But she was just hold on my Rolodex. She tag me. I turn out of the race. Wow. There you go. It's one of those. It is one of those things where you go. Like, you say like, I always give the speech to everybody because I've done it five times. And I would go look everyone's been practicing everyone's been training. Everyone's been going up to willow springs. Staying in hotels and Willis springs and months into this by the time the race starts you've done four full days at willow springs, you've done like two or three track days practice and qualifying by the time it gets down to it. You have multiple multiple days or not like, hey, it's a celebrity softball game brings your mid and come on down. Like, it's not that it's like days and days and days, and I would always say like look just get five laps in clean, like just don't dive bomb somebody who's turning into turn one and take them out and take you out. It's so much work so much into it. It's not it's not fair. And you give them the whole speech in inevitably you go into the hairpin on laugh one and some nut job just cut way inside. And you're like God pushing against Wong. What happened to the speech? Yeah. We're on same page thought we sort of agreed that everyone was working real hard. And we deserve to get some good clean. Camps in and you can pass cleanly, you know, but guess they looked at you like a sucker like a champ Vom, Raymond. I. Within the fun thing is when you do the race. I'm sure you've done it where you start as a pro and the start in the back of the field you start. What is it? Ten seconds. Fifteen seconds behind the celebrities. It's supposed to be thirty seconds. But no one no one does that because we push we pushed the pace car to go further up. Right. So when the green when the flag drops were pretty much like fifteen seconds, ten seconds behind them. Yeah. There's the pace cars in the front of the celebrities and the pros don't have their own pace car, but I gave her I gave all the pros speech to. About sportsmanship Godber. They're all left. I said to him. I said listen pros professional sits in our Title Act professional. You know, we'll get behind the celebrities. Now, let's get cute up said. Said the pro drivers. Yes, where professional it's how can you pro- professional professional act professionally? I said we'd get around the hairpin will get queued up. And then we'll go we can't don't just take off around and everyone just turn it off. Everybody takes. Don't worry about them. All right. My seat broke. And this is a funny story. Anyway, let me tell you about legalzoom goals for two thousand nineteen well mine do more stand up. I've been doing more stand up stand up straighter. I've been working on my posh on that one. Right. You got goals in two thousand and nineteen maybe want to start a business secure your family's future. Legalzoom's here to help with their network of independent attorneys. 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She should be arrested. Really just like what she did is crazy. Like like, there's a thing. There's like, I don't know. It's like you go to an ATM and you've been standing there. You can't just go walk in front of the person when the next person leaves it. There's a line. There's a thing you gotta you gotta pick your spot contract. You can't just you can't just do that. Tries me nuts. All right, Mark. Sorry. That was a digression. How about next season for the passage? How we look for that. I think we're doing pretty good. I was hoping that we would find something out in the next few weeks. But I think we'll have to wait until may to get the official. I was just looking down. It says you got four nephews that are all professional motocross guys. Yeah. My brother has four boys, and they were all professional motocross. Wow. See you brother had to be really into it. Because you got to get them out of there into it. My brother's still was wrenching for Chad Reed. Until last year. You got to get these guys like loaded up his early, right? My sister-in-law. She was the one that did that really. 'cause my my brother was back in the day member. They used to take the box fans and travel. This was before like now, they can they send the semi mechanics Ryan fly out, but the mechanics used to take a box fan and travel all over the the US box van just disappear. Just a regular fan. But that's how the man that's how the mechanics sorry. I'm. Watch on any Sunday. I think which was a doc you ever heard of that doc now. So there's a big there were there were. There were few big docs like early seventies. There was like an endless summer. There's like a one. And there was like on any Sunday was like Steve McQueen like all these guys, and they show these guys like they'd have to load up their van and drive across the country, the motorcycle in the back and then go do their canam race or whatever. Can't flat track or whatever it was. And it's it's a very slice of the seventies. If you ever want to, but it's a good duck and let you know like wherever one was in nineteen seventy four whenever the health whenever the hell was, but it was like one of the bigger docks of the in the seven and so Cal was like the mecca for for motocross. It was Indian dunes. Bryant in Carlsbad. Yep. All heard of other people's whose dads took them there. I grew up there. That's where that's where I spent every single weekend was at Indian dunes, which is right by pyro and Fillmore in that area. Six whole things on YouTube. You wanna watch on any Sunday? Yeah. I don't think my wife would go for that with the with my son. No, he he went the swimming pool. She lost mine because it was fifty degrees. No, you're talking about this either day. My my sister-in-law would take four boys, and they were usually be another boy along a friend or a cousin, and she would take them in a box van, and she would go to Loretta Loretta Lynn's, which is out in the south somewhere. I believe, but it's a big motocross place for, you know, young people and Loretta Lynn readily actual, Loretta Lynn. My god. Really? Yeah. Wow. Look that up Google. Right. It's a big thing for for youth motocross, really. So, but she hit all the traveling my brother, my brother was busy working. It's one of those things where as far as, you know, hand eye coordination goes like it's good to get started in m made a young age. I guess everything helps pool a basketball. It's all helps football young age. But could be a college athlete and transition to like mixed martial arts or something. Like that at some point. If you're good athlete or whatever. But the motorcycle stuff you don't get started at five and a half. Forget it. You don't hop on at thirteen like, you're you're not gonna it's not gonna work, right? Yeah. No. I started writing when I was my brother got me on a bike when I was three. Wow. And I started racing when I was five, and then I stopped I retired for a little bit because I couldn't get a scratch on my face. 'cause I was a model. Really? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That's why I pulled off the circuit. And then I got back into it. When I was much later in life, and yeah, you you miss out. You kind of great family. Do you come from where they somehow expose you to dart bike racing and modeling simultaneously? Well, my I'm Dutch immigrants mother's Arjun. My my father's Dutch. Yeah. But what what's what's what's going on? Like, I don't know. How did it into Paul? Why why my name Mark Paul? Why am I why do I have a hyphenated name when my brothers and sisters just have standard my brothers? Mike. It's not even Michael wait a minute. I don't even have a middle name. I have a middle name to Mark Paul. And then I have a middle. Now, we got a broker dealer. I keep the middle name. Let's see I have enough. It's harry. Why is that funny? Harry. I love you guys. Oh weird. So they're just really into their kids. I didn't know they were how'd you get into modeling deadlock. Here's thing about their pike. First thing I you need to you need an X are seventy five or Wisey eighty or whenever the hell kids are putting around on. We're looking at pictures Marling young more Mark guzzler using no helmet. Ryan on the first thing. I see. I see no helmet. What is that? You gotta get a dirt bike. You. Gotta get a van. You gotta get leathers. You gotta get boots. You got any things that to go out someone's gotta haul your ass out to the track and everything's no pick up games amount across right? So what happened the opposite of soccer like there's a field of their? Here's a go at eighty people. Yeah. How they so. They they did. Okay. There were interested. They're interested. I also my my next sibling, you next sibling was eleven years. My senior came way later. My mother was thirty five at the. Time. So I I had they put a lot of time into me. They they matured your dad worked at Anheuser Busch. Is that out here? The one out in van Nuys. No he worked in the one at Torrance. He was at the at the facility where they did the the can making. So your fat little local. Yeah. Product, I have no idea why they moved to Sun Valley of all places. They moved from Holland to Sun Valley Sun Valley and the valley founded nice, oh, you're in Hollywood like the valley of the rights and my father worked in Torrance. Like, why wouldn't you have moved to Irvine or like somewhere they're here? Sunday is nowhere near Tauron. It's nowhere near. Wow there. I mean that was my childhood. We never moved crossing. I played for the Sun Valley falcons for like three years. And my pop Warner football days, we got the poly. Hi, paula. Hi, this my brothers and sisters went. Yeah. It's a different place. Now, I would say poly, high not a lot of Dutch folk running around there, always a strong contingent of Dutch, not as many as they probably probably did back when your brother with just a single name was going out there. All right. Should we do? I'll do a little. Lifelock's and some are pulse here. And then I threw some news. You also did one legalzoom also a member of legalzoom so far I'm going to put in hashtag. What does that have to do Adam into the promotion? Sure. And then do I do adamant the legalzoom to you know, we'll figure it out promo cows security breaches. Yeah. Man. You don't wanna that cybercriminals? They're out there. They're malicious. They're trying to bypass things trying to steal your identity. That's the new world order. Everyone's a sitting home ripping off your identity in two thousand nineteen what the great Mark Paul has done. You need protection you need. Lifelock. 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So you're just a couple of feet behind me. What street were you on Mark out there in the family home, Sun Valley o'melveny? And what two big ones or the two big cross ones your own. Well. Got you remember where the Mervyn's used to be I missed stores like or vox and Mervyn's and things like marshals marshals used to be Marshall's like, well, you get a hang ten t shirt, but it's got three feet on it the two right? Can do the izod alligator? But the alligators pretzel a lot of that shirt with buttons. But no button to buttonholes going the other direction that going up down. That's where you would go. Yeah. So the what we're talking about the Mervyn's. Yeah. Live next to the Mervyn's. I I'm trying to look at the address right now, actually because I want to know what the crossroads because the on your kid. You don't remember I I can visualize it. But I don't remember the I remember we used to get off at Roscoe the roscoe's pick one that's at Roscoe. Yeah. Cain. You get off at Roscoe. 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And now the Mueller report is the most important report since his book report on the phantom toll. Adam corolla? Yeah. Get it on got to get it on a choice for the getting on mandate. On thanks for tuning in. And thanks for sharing. That's how we keep the lights on around here. Good day Gina grant. That's what I do. Mazal tov Dawson just hit that one out of the park and balls up yours Cellino. So good. Brennan. Also, forget how good the beginning of that song as that. It's a great song. But the beginning to just a way there's a way to get into a song. And that's the way to get into a song. There's a little little four plane. That's nice just die at the panties. Rub. A little outside the sweater. Thank you a station. I worked at in San Diego started that song without the intro. And it was the program directors choice, and it just pissed me. That's very common coming from a classic rock station. What very common? It's it's what thirty second big comedy trailers look like, and it's why Mexicans can't make dessert. It's like somebody goes, look, let's just have punching punchline punchline in this crazy, wacky dad will Ferrell Marky Mark movie, where get rid of all the stupid out of non comedy before where they're talking. But no one's liven often. Yeah, they do when you watch comedy trailers you'll TV versions and not the three minute in the studio in theater version. But when you see him on TV, you'll often I'll oftentimes have to stop and watch it five times to hear what the person set because you have just cut to Will Smith in the punchline, and they screw that up. I don't know about that Mexican screw up desert and. You screw asong. If you don't if you don't let a little four play in there. I'm trying to think. That say seventies use of an acoustic guitar intro in a song and the best use of an eighties intro song. Coosa Qatar in song. You might think it's a big mouth strikes again. Sure. But I got I got inbetween days by the cure. If you listen, I don't even like the cure our internet's down. I don't like the cure. But if you listen to the beginning of that song, you'll go. This is the best Fifty-seven seconds of of an intro to to just about any eighties. Especially pops on. Nice. But infusing intro to a song that really doesn't vibe with the actual song at all the mandolin brunch. Cortex of the Maggie may intro. Rod stewart. Oh, yeah. Yeah. It's just it's an odd. It's not intro for that song. Tesla did it would love. Let's keep talking about song. Yeah. The internet is down. All right. I wanna thank this half of the show. Brought to you by my amigo dot com slash embed. Online dot AG at enter protest one Castrol edge is well titanium strong for maximum engine support everybody. All right, hot sausage talk. I have a thing. And I you guys tell me what you think of this. And I'll let you know. But. I have this thing where I when I tell somebody I want something I want them to do something. I really mean it. I really mean it like it happens a lot right? Tell someone to do something and they go. Yeah. Well, it's something else. And I drives me nuts. It drives me God damn nuts. Like little even it's not even that, they're bad people. It's just like. What I do. I don't give people the full picture. I give this to legal snapshot because that's all Vania, they need to know that. I mean, it's like they're coming into war room. We're standing around the big paper shave Normandy. And I'm pushing around Higgins crafts landing troop, transporters and tanks and stuff like that. And the someone rushes in the room, and they go. Do we need more dirigibles with cables on them to stop us from being bombarded, and I go, no. And then they run out. But when they run out, I don't explain to them. Why I just go no to this or I want this don't want that. And then they just go do it and little things that'll drive you insane. Which is and you guys tell me first world problem, but still? I was out driving the lax last Rolex historic self-driving, driving Newman's three hundred z X, eighty five GT1. championship car. The car worked pretty good the whole race. And then at the very end for the feature race on like in the afternoon on Saturday about six laps in or for the clutch. Started just going like the clutch pedal was like it was just flapping in the wind and had no pressure. It was leaking out. It was shift gears was his harder you can shift gears in that car because of the kind of transmission at has without the clutch. You have to kind of get the RPM's. Right. And then just pop it in and pop it back in but the grinding gears. Yeah, I do that. Anyway, those are those the kind of transmissions as race cars have they just kind of work that way. But at a certain point, I dunno max Padamsee was lap five or something that we got like a full course yellow and and everyone had to slow down and get behind the pace car. Or something like that. And the car wasn't really drivable at the low speeds. Because the clutch wouldn't work and and at that point we stopped racing in the adrenaline kind of simmer down. And then it was like it was like saying could be the quivalent to you kind of rolling your ankle or something in the middle of a basketball game. And you're just playing plying your hobbling down the court, you run out of Gordon. Some point. There's a whistle. You get off the court, and you're standing there, and you're like, I think I should go the locker room. Now, I'm not going back out that stage health. Yes. And so the full course yellow came out and understand. But we've got a lot of you. Actually, we start. So I pulled off and then I pulled the clutch went works fine. We had a good weekend. And then brought the car back. And the guy Sean mechanics, something's wrong throat, bearing slave cylinder, blah, blah, blah. And I said, yeah, I know I know it's broke and brought it back, and I wasn't due to drive that car for a long time. I mean, those cars you could not drive for ten years or whatever there's no event coming up or whatever. And I didn't want the car all taken apart. And then just sitting I knew there was something wrong with it. But it still looked was intact. It looked fine. It's kind of static thing working. Right. So I just said, Sean, don't touch it. We'll we'll figure it out later date just park it and. The next day. I came back and he dropped the transmission. And I'm like, oh, why take the transmission? I was like, well, I'm gonna fix that slice on their throat bearing. And I was like, okay. So can we fix it? With a transmission back is that now we gotta take the engine out now in this weird. No man's land of you're gonna take the engine. And the transmission out of this car that I didn't want you to touch. Why why didn't you wanna touched? So it's not all. Because now it is. Here's what it is. I didn't want him spending a week fixing a car, I wasn't driving. I wanna move onto the next thing. Then when the cars are sort of in static mode disorder display mode. I want the engine out in the transmission out. I just I knew you know, you just put a little piece of tape on the dash it says slave cylinder. And you know, you gotta fix it before you go out again, but I didn't want it all take an apart. And but once he dropped the tranny. Now, the only thing to do sorry just slobber to myself was to grab sky loves. Oh, do we gotta pull the engine and I don't wanna pull the engine. So I also don't want to put the tranny back in now either. So now the cars just parked. Would know transmission transmission up on a shelf. And it looks weird because there's no stickshift coming through it, the world's Schantz good guy. But he's like I wanted to get ready for the next one. I'm like, I don't know what the next one is. There is no next one for that car. But anyway, he didn't do told him to do. And I it drives me nuts. And I just say people say them quick things. I go here. Do this do that. And then I leave and a lot of people go, I know, that's what you said. But I want to get this car ready for the next whatever in my thing is like you may state that to me right now or later on but you have to state it. But anyway, now back to the hot kill basa talk. So. I guess it was about twelve thirty or one o'clock here yesterday on Friday should say, I do remember hearing something about sausage continental? I don't the continental the sausage place. Yeah. Yeah. I I don't eat one called. Called been there. I don't always just call it the sausage. Yeah. I don't I don't eat lunch here. And I also kind of don't eat lunch ever since. I talked a few people about it. That thing is, you know, put some heavy cream or Pat of butter and your coffee and see if you can make it. Dinnertime? So I tend not to eat launch. But I was here in Kaelin's. We're going to the sausage place. And I'm like, oh, that's the place right by the sauerkraut, the Kabbah and everything and he's like, yeah. And I'm like, oh, they have like sandwiches and lunch go. Yeah. Got good sausage sandwiches. So I was like, okay. Let's see Vinnie approved. I don't wanna sausage sandwich. Anyone go for that sauerkraut? That's exactly right. I said I'll give me give me one kill basa and some sauerkraut doubled the bustard. That's right and a bunch of Brown mustard and Kennedy said, okay. And then I went in and did a podcast and came out. I had sort of multiple podcast to do yesterday or Friday, and I came out, and I was like, okay. Where's that sausage? And it's in the fridge, and I said, okay. And I went to the fridge, and it was wrapped in. White paper. And then I opened it up, and it was just a uncooked sausage. Although the co bossa comes cook. But it's a cold, you know, from the from the then rendered side. And I said what is this? And they said Rawson that's a real Downer. It's a real letdown. You got a you wanted to Boston Sacre as yeah. But I wanted to going to eat the pasta. You guys are going on a lunch run. I'm not bringing it home. Now. Let me tell you something people. You can't judge in a Bubba and profile. I studied patterns all day long. There's no such thing as rich Whitey, Adam Corolla, going go to the German, sausage, plush and buy me one kill basa. So I can take it home and cook it for dinner with the family. I go there by ten or eight. I buy in bulk because I'm going there and buying the I'm going there and buying for maybe multiple you. Multiple nights whenever so the first things first the one give me one kill basa that should set off. Here's saying in life. There are thresholds where you have to stop things that make you. Thank you. Matter when you go. Hey, I'm going to buy Kibasha. I'm going on a lunch run here. Here's room saying this is this is for ramming. Here's here's how here's how you construct things in life you go. I'm going on a lunch run. Okay. So I'm going to go get a bunch of Cobas sandwiches, the boss man, ordered a co bossa, but wait a minute. There's two versions of that. There's one from the cold one from the deli tray. And then there's the cooked one they put in a sandwich or the hot one. They put in the sand now, which one does he want because we're low crossroads here because they have both. Well, he said get me one. Then there is then there is what's everyone else doing because? No one else has shopping everyone else's on ordering lunch. So it's lunch for five people. But one of those people his sent you on a shopping, although I didn't send you on a shopping. They went on a lunch run. I added to that list. Why would my? My thing be not like the other number one. I don't know. Max, Pat, how many people went on a lunch how many people that we order for? But the point is if you're going in one of these things, it's not like the other that's a chance to stop. But knowing you if it was to go it was like, I'm having this for dinner. You would have said wrap it up, you know, put into employer, whatever, I'll get home for dinner. I would've said on the off chance she probably wouldn't have said. Well, I would've said by five of them. Now, remember, this is this is cooked versus uncut, right? So are to be technical sort of ready to consume heated boiled, whatever versus recalling whatever. So the one could have been it the other then you have to go. What are the what are the potential drawbacks? Like what if I did show up with a hot one? And he wanted to eat it tonight at home still be fine. You're still be that one would work. The other way doesn't really work unless we got a boiling pot here somewhere. So that's another thing. If coin toss and time, and that's stop. Now, you got examine one works. Both ways the other one doesn't quite work either way. Right. So anyway, EMMY felt bad that he didn't get me the right form of the sausage. And I did part number two. Which is when I tell you I want something. I mean it, but when I tell you, I don't want something. I also mean it like a people all I have these conversations all the time with people where you can tell I just talked to Peter Young buck Peter's working at my house, and I was just like, hey, you wanna work tomorrow? And he's like. May well half day. And I don't care you work half day full day, double time, no time. Just tell me your answer. I'm not really I'm not talking time on this. You can tell me whatever. I don't feel like I want smoke pot and Lanta flute, John. I'll go find that's all asking. But I feel like people EMMY felt bad. So EMMY said, well, let's cook the one you got and I said, no, no, no, I got to do another podcast immediately. And then I'm leaving. So and I don't eat lunch. Most time anyway, just someone was going on a run to place, and I said, no, it's fine. We're good. I'll take it home, and I'm outta here. And then. Wanted my second podcast. And then when I walked out of the studio about four o'clock, I was presented with a new kill basa. That's at cooked on it. Which a weird position where I have to yell at people. I don't wanna yell at because I'm saying, I look here's two things. I don't want. I don't want poor guy on his own time or dime, or whatever to go back to sausage place and get me a sausage number one poor guy. I don't want any people that make less than a lot of money doing things out of their own pocket. I don't want to or I don't wanna pay somebody to do something. I don't want them to do that. They already did. So either way I now we're good don't I feel bad. I'm fine moving on moving on. And then he presented me with the cooked sausage or one that said cooked sausage, which is sweet I didn't want it. But I'm also driving home now. Going to stay here in lunch. It's now after four pm go home and eat dinner, and then I got home, and I opened the cook sausage. And I went this doesn't look cook. And then I looked at the one that was uncooked. And I went, oh, I think they're exactly the saying. And then I yelled at Olga get over here. You see any difference doing these sausages? I pull my dork f- put it in the middle. No. When you do police lineup. You have to get to what you have to get the janitor to stand out there that can all be criminal. Sure. The janitor pull it out. Yeah. Sausages. Well, then I realized maybe AMI in the language than the person behind the counter that place is pretty German. I think and maybe the cook sausage. There's an ESL. The person's Asian. Oh, Asian even worse. I mean, oh, so when you say to that person, I need a cook kill basa maybe in their world. They're all cook. Cooked or just the different right? There's a picture of Al shit. Exact same. The exact same kill basa. There is no way to tell which ones were just cold and the exact same out of doors on the right? Yeah. So anyway, I think they just gave your once marginally bigger. But I think that's pretty random. And I don't know which one is which but they're both called. And that was my that was my boss odyssey from yesterday. It'll show you to get EMMY what we thinking you're thinking. Let's let's write this kill basa wrong. I did want to write that. But I did feel bad. So that's why I got you a cooked go basa, and I do want to say that I told the guy I asked the guy three times. It's cooked. Right. How many times three times times you're saying when he cooked right now, he means hot? I mean, he doesn't mean hot you mean hot. He mean, he's hearing cooked not raw. Anyway. That's EMMY, no reason to right. Any wrongs? So listen, everyone in the future. When I wave it off and go don't don't bother don't bother the rest of us are so used to passive aggressive people. It's like, you know, what don't bother don't bother that. Does not bother right? I just forget it. You actually meet. No, forget it. Please for the love of God forget. No. I mean, obviously when you're with a woman, you go your birthdays Wednesday you. Oh, no, no. We don't have to do anything. We're good that apple one thousand percent does not mean, we're good. I just had that conversation this morning. If I tell you, we're good. We're good. Just not in the mood. We got too much going on. I'm not in the mood. Come on Gina may. I gonna roll know what I'm good. I mean, big flowers chefs table, it's a better world when people go. Yeah, we're going out for the sign in when you're done you're gonna eat my pussy. Get that. It's a better world a better world. Pretty tired. I do feel like that right now. But I know he's right. When it rolls around bag. We didn't do zone. You. All right. Let me tell you about bed online a G, man. March madness is over. But the most exciting time is upon us NBA NHL. It's all happening right now the play offs. Oh, boy, we're getting an thick of things. Get in on the action. Sign up today for free account at bet online dot AG. Use the promo code podcast one for fifty percent. Sign up bonus NBA play-offs can anyone down Golden State? God good. Did you see the clippers big comeback the other night? Daddy one. Speaking of which if you're doing endgame bedding, which you can do like you can bet during the game. If you probably I wasn't following on the website. But if they probably offered odds were like ten thousand one their clippers to win when they were down by thirty point heard. It was like point oh one chance of winning bucks on that. You would've worked up pretty well. I know also clippers what's up with the uniform like I was passing the TV. And there was there up on the TV and Sunnyside who's who's playing who's playing the kings are the worst Maurer she's playing the warriors, and he's like clippers, and I'm like, that's that's clippers of their own black with a thing and whatever so ten thousand plus ten thousand anyway, let's not sit on the sidelines anymore. Don't forget promo code podcast one or you can text bet now two two three eight six six nine for fifty percent. Welcome bonus. Ben, online dot H E online sportsbook experts. Okay. So. We got the rotten tomatoes game. But then I talk so much about sausage at the top. I think we should eat the sausage rotten tomatoes game tomorrow. That's what I think. And I think we should take a quick break, and we should come back. And so let me explain everyone format cly were little bit shaken up today because we're gonna do the news nex Tucker Carlson. It was in last week. I had a pretty better forty five fifty minute sit down with him. I I know there's a fair amount, Hugh that are going f- that guy I'm not listening. He talked a lot mainly about his childhood and sort of life experience. And I thought it was pretty revealing and made him very human. Now. I know a lot of you aren't interested in somebody being human. That's something you should question. Now, you shouldn't question. The part of you that goes I. Disagree with this person. Or I think he's a big mouth or I think he's hateful or I think he's a bigot. Or I think he's anything you wanna think he is or anybody is including people you work with or people in your neighborhood, or whatever you shouldn't be adverse to thinking that person thinks this way. But if you don't want to discover their humanity now your closed mind, if prevents you from digging further or housing yourself to another side of someone. Yeah. I mean, I think everyone gets kinda dug in their ideas and the half thoughts about immigration. If thoughts about taxes thoughts about family thoughts about crime thoughts about government about schooling. Okay, fine. You shouldn't be too dug in Tenny that. But okay have thoughts about it. But don't don't be dug in on the humanity of whoever's making the argument that really that puts you into us box, and it's really hard to see out of it. So makes you just as bad as. A person you claim to hate, you know, nobody will version we'll see version of it. So what I'm saying is you may disagree with everything that comes out of Tucker Carlson's mouth, but you can still be open to his humanity. That's his story. And the one thing we should all sort of sort of be that sort of be that way. And I think. I think you end up being happy. I'm not doing it for Tucker on Tucker's behalf story. Yes. I think I think it ends up making you a little better and a little more relaxed. I never really listened to talk do anything with Tucker Carlson's of all. But I I was sitting behind the glass for that interview. I I loved all on subscribe. All right. We will take a break. Come right back. Do the news after this. Pros. No better quote start with lower prices and lower prices start with the Home Depot like competitive boat price. Savings on thousands of products every day pressure treated fence pickets starting at a dollar sixty eight each and when you buy in bulk, plus with volume pricing, you can save on any order in the store, totaling fifteen hundred bucks. Or more bulk price saving full job quotes. For better bids. Better start with the Home Depot. More saving more doing bathroom for details. Gene break. All those crazy. Gene. Gina gina. The news with Gina grad. So the BBC reports that US scientists say they used H I V to make a gene therapy that cured eight infants of basically bubble boy disease kids that have to be contained like John Travolta therapy, exactly in a in literally in casing of a child their entire life. And frankly, they don't tend to live very long. They don't have functional immune systems, and you know, it takes forever and all these different ways to protect them. And this is very interesting. So untreated babies have they have to live in these conditions. They tend to die as infants but the gene therapy involved collecting, the new babies bone marrow. And correcting the gene defect and their DNA has happened soon after birth the correct Jean like, I said was inserted into an altered version of HIV. Researchers said most of the babies were discharged from the hospital month later, didn't you out and bring in the clip from whatever it was twenty twenty or sixty minutes or something about immunotherapy, you know, re-training whatever it was typhus. Or HIV or something? I thought you brought them. Yeah. It sounds familiar. I think what we're learning. You know, we learned a valuable lesson in a movie starring John Wayne from nineteen. Seventy holidays sixty nine no hell fighters held Haider's. He played oh, he played Reta Tare. Read it there thought about this in a long time. Fred astaire. News. Read dare I think that guy's name was famous almost Ramos's JJ arms detective missing his arm red Adair his claim to fame is. He would he got rich putting out oil well-fires? There was there was a lot of an taxes whatever the sixties fifties. Or what have you mentioned, those wells would go up, and they shoot flames one hundred feet into their someone had to put them out and the way to put. So you think like how do you put those wells out at least watching hellfire with John Wayne trust came out on top aides? Reinjected you have to get a male flight attendant who's got aids and stuff his ass. Right into that whole. Hello southwest is emergency. No. Back to this. You blow it up. You. Don't put water on it. You blow it out. Like you. Take a stick a dynamite. Blow that thing out of there. And in a way, I'm starting to realize that our physiology is kind of that way like you go. Oh, I have this. Or I have that. You don't go. Oh, well, let's see if we can fix it with a bunch of talcum powder, you go. No, let's get something even nastier. And then that will go after it is it is a hell fighters kind of aside squad. Right. We're not putting it out with baking show that we're putting out with dynamite. And I think our bodies kind of that way. And he's starting to look like the dirty dozen weren't they criminals who were a messing up plumbing. Well, read it there wasn't a criminal. About criminal the bad guys. Do the bad. They were guys that were in the. There were in the military prison, and they freed them up. And it was great. It's like Jim Brown. Of course, it's nineteen forty-three. Jim Brown black guy. Okay. All white brigade. Like okay now. Listen, you gotta make it across that bridge. It's almost one hundred yards. You gotta make an eight point seven so good news showing running like, I don't know whoever wrote that. All right, max banner read it there. It's an in there. We don't have an internet. But. Health fighters nine hundred sixty eight in John Wayne played chance buckman, even better. There's no red Adair anywhere. We'll put in red Adair. And then you'll see who the movie was made after they're probably didn't use his name 'cause license it or pay for it special. Ed, who's your favorite dancer from the fifties chance? But. Chance bachmann. All right, sorry. Where were you? So real quick. I just remember there's talking about immune systems and bodies. Whatever have you seen the trailer for the upcoming HBO series Chernobyl because I watched it last night. It's like five minutes long. And my first thought was well now, we're really never getting nuclear power back on trailer is so traumatizing, and so disturbing that my only thought was well, that's if we thought it was up the table before after people see this. It's never coming back. Well, you know, the thing about your noble, you know, we're pretty we have this weird thing. Which is we need tons of energy all the time. And if it ever goes out in your house for more than fifteen minutes, we're rip shit man this shit. We're upset so we just need tons and tons of energy all day every day could be your car. Got electric car. Okay. You need electric charge at carb every light every blender every TV said heating air, we need energy energy energy all day. And then here here the rules. Nobody can ever die, and we can never have any negative side effects of all this energy Brown. But if it's coal we don't like coal, but a lot of people can die. But but who cares and this kind of like the hydroelectric dams because the fish, but we still need tons and tons of energy all the time. Chernobyl? I'm pulling a couple numbers out of my aunts. But I'll bet your noble was built for share in the sixties, and it was built by the Soviet Union on a day or the internet's out claims. It was it was old bad Soviet stuff. Yet wasn't him this stuff. They're building Norway or Europe now with triple safety redundancies and all that kind of it was sixties era. I mean, if you look at it could have been late fifties era, but you know, you look at a car from the late fifties early sixties, it is not fully airbags crumple-zones and all the kind of stuff we have now, and if you look at Soviet card, they're really not. So it's like there's a piece of junk that's Soviet building. They care about their people put people around it or send people in or whatever it is. My feeling is more. Like, what about all the ones that's been running than France for years quietly making? Clean electric city. Well, and after I saw the trailer. It's so crazy that I started, you know, just Weiqing everything kinda went down at Chernobyl rabbit hole. But first of all apparently that meltdown was caused by test. It's not been caught fire. They were they were messing with it to see been and I read this. 'cause this to your point they they moved everybody out of that area. You know as soon as possible and pollution wise, they said most of the residents would have been better off. And now that they have a compromised immune system, they would have been better off staying there than being moved to Kiev with so much pollution. They all died early. Anyway. Yeah. I don't show Viet come on. And that's not black and white. But that's just crazy to me. Yeah. Anyway, hell fighters loosely based on red. But there. After he was generally known in nineteen sixty two after extinguishing, a Sahara desert gas well fire called the devil's cigarette lighter. Yeah. Speaking of fire, Adam you in that crystal brain strike, again officials investigating the fire at Notre Dame cathedral. In Paris, believe it was an electrical short-circuit that was likely the cause people were talking about, you know, and I even said because that's what I'd read it was probably scaffolding and renovation induced. But no, although the official claim was that netted still not confirmed information gathered from interviews a forty people at the eight hundred fifty landmark point to an electrical short just a way to work in an elevated garment there. There's no mechanical though, it's medal, and they don't they don't really the planks. Go cross are oftentimes would. But they never there's no reason scaffolding would cause a far. Well, investigators are said to be focusing on the temporary elevators being used during the renovation. But again, nothing's confirmed yet they're still trying to figure this out in Japan. Scaffolding bamboo. That's awesome. Is it really? Yeah. It's all. Awesome. Because bamboo superlight in super strong super flexible, and I love the notion of having a bunch of nothing hold so much makes it looks good too. So you know, how sometimes people keep things as pets when they shouldn't. Yeah. It happened. Again. A man was killed and a woman was critically injured after they were tacked by their pet deer that was on their real property and Australia. According to Fox News, the animal described as a cross between a red deer elk had been kept for six years as a pet Forty-six year old Paul McDonald went out to feed it, you know, everything was fine. And then he got brutally attacked let me to some about animals. They're they're like. The non domesticated animals, they're basically like fifteen year old cough kids who hate their step, dad. Listen to too much DO. Very reason they may be fine or they may shoot up the school. The next day. We have no idea. I'm just saying do you wanna live with that? I now I don't wanna live at that. 'cause they also they go years of just being fine. And then one day, they're not fine. And that's when they show up the school in the duster. So my thing is like let's get that off the table any any of these animals anything with big teeth or big Antlers in a super small brain, not not interested or able to squeeze the life at you. A works. You have a pet snake for eight years pet snake is fine. And then one day you wake up on top you because the way snakes were. But I think we're I think we should blame viral videos like the dodo or whatever that site is that shows like a lion re reuniting with his trainer twenty years later. And it's hugging him. There's way too many of those videos and people like it way too much. Well, it's funny. We graft all this stuff onto everything around us all the time. So we graft things on is is humans. We should do less grafting like when you're driving. Driving on the freeway and somebody cuts you off you go. Oh that asshole wants take a run at me like that guy was looking at his phone and trying to find this offramp looking at his garment ways of something. It was telling him he doesn't even know you're live. And like when the squirrel comes up curious. He wants to know befriends he wants to be friends with the dog or whatever it is. He's melancholy because. Because sex and the city's off the air. Contemporary? Look at him about the world. Oh, man live blame my parents to. He's an existential right now. He's not right. Pretty bummed out about the Trump administration. I get it. Never. No, he doesn't know. He's a dumb little thing wants to eat or Faulk or something or or whatever it is stop doing that with the pets. Stop doing it with people up grafting good and bad. Just not theirs. Not. I mean, it happens all the time or like Phil will look at you certain ways. Like just look at you like them on now or whatever. And you look at your ISO lock and you go he's stinking. He he understands where I'm coming from whatever it's like, no, he doesn't. He's just looking just looking I'm grafting that onto him. Big glistening is like he sees into my soul. I know. My soul. I know you want something. But I'm holding. Emmy brought a third uncooked he'll boss over to the house that night and Phil wants a shot at. Sorry. Just don't brass stuff. Rafting everybody. Yeah. Then you'll stay alive. Well, demean more is ready to tell all about her relationships with her former husband's Bruce Willis, ash, Ashton Kutcher, the actress is going to publish a memoir titled inside out. It's described as deeply candidate inciteful. We're all right. So last week we're sitting here, and we're kind of talking about the Robert Kraft pud Poland sex eight, and we're like, I don't I don't I going to that side of the pool. Like, I I think it's an invasion of privacy. I saying this twenty years ago, Brian May remember when talking about Tommy lean pay manderson stuff like I'm not that's their tape. Not just me. I was too busy watching the tape. Right. But it's not I'm not interested. I feel like I am kind of part of the problem. If I go indulge myself in that. I mean, she is writing it. It's not. Really? She's writing it. But I don't know. Well, ashington Bruce jail about it. And but but bigger picture. How much of this should be interesting to you in your life. Like, what what I know? It's it's hitting our Nishel impulses. Boy wonder what kind of funky shit Bruce into whatever it was. But then after the initial buzz of that, and we all just go, let's got onto my kids or my family or my livelihood, or whatever he really wants to read this whole thing. Yes. That being said I did do a little digging because I was curious about something, and I didn't have enough Chernobyl. Do you know who FREDDY Moore is ready more put out oil Derrick fachet Bank in the six chance? Buckman more. I hadn't heard of him. But I just you know, they excerpts who's, Freddie, more. And I guess that's where she got her last name. Apparently, she married him. Yes. I guess I saw a behind the music or behind the, you know, one of those things. Jake of whatever, you know, way back in the day, and I saw one on her, and I was married to this musician who had straight. Dishwater kind of blind in round glasses. A few years older and his twenty nine oh more than a few years older real sunny share moment here, and he was assisted that like I just remember kind of look skinny. Straight blond hair and like round German scientists glasses. So they got married when she just a few months later when she technically turned seventeen I think there were divorced when she was twenty three. But that that is something I did not. No, no. Yeah. A little bit older than I am out of a demean more was at her peak. When I was at my peak. You know, what I'm saying coming up coming band? She pulled off the short haircut quite well. Yeah. She in terms of the aesthetic for me. I think she had boob job, and she may have had nose job. I don't know. But definitely a boob job ghost issue. No few good men era. Remember one crazy summer cusak. And I never I never got. I never got. I I have the same relationship with hers. I have with the cast of friends female friends. I just I get it everyone's attractive, but as long as we're doing like look as long as we are talking about cars will never own. You know what I mean? Like like, you guys are fantasizing a lot about a Datsun three seventy. And it's like I'm going to the Ferrari five nine nine and you're like, well, what about that? See? All right. You're not gonna own that carpet that cars fifty one thousand dollars. And this one's two hundred seventy five and I'll go with the five nine nine I'll fan size about that. As long as we're never dated right touching each other. So. Yeah. Demi never that into it. But she did she need money shoot. No shoot gonna get money. Now, the highest paid actresses in Hollywood the highest paid at some point. For a lot of money. Did she Courtney? Courtney cox. Yeah. I got confused. What do you? What do you think? The advances on a book they said it was seven figures. Oh, yes. It's definitely seven figures. But the question is is I don't know. I mean, you could be I think they'll bomb got like sixty six million dollars for two books or something like that. I don't know. But it's it's we're talking. Oh, I mean, we're we're talking five plus and for that kind of money you're gonna have to really throw a couple people under the bus. And also that I, you know, maybe I'm flying in my own face here in terms of my life morality, but if you read it and that book, it's true. Guys ridge a few bucks. You get on the phone with that lawyer. And if you said, hey, Bruce, Willis, he had sex wing, and we we had it up in the bedroom and bub-bubba, and you did not have a sex swing and Bruce Willis did not buy one and did not install bedroom. He's going to sue you. And they need to know he won't to you. If you did he won't like if he may, but he's probably not because people ago came win. But whatever it is if you're talking about his affairs or the sex swing or ash and bring your third girl into the bedroom and bub-bubba what second girl in the bedroom and third person sorry or girl or either way if none of that happened you're going to get sued. Yeah. So you have to verify radio, a great example. That is is when they can take wrote that book juiced guys steroids. Everyone was like how dare you where the lawsuit? It's all true. It's true. I off whenever they get super specific like he's like a rod wanted injection. But didn't know how to do it. You know? So we went into the bathroom, Saul. And he dropped his stores, and everybody's worried about, you know, Bubba you go, okay. Really super specific stuff and again. Yeah. Cry all you want and say, oh, this guy's nuts. He's insane. This is all the rantings of a lunatic. You know, okay. Now, sue lawsuits, free, whatever does. And that's how it works. Yeah. Totally agree with us. All right. Let me tell you about Castrol edge stronger. Under pressure engines can lose up to ten percent of performance due to friction Castrol edge with fluid titanium transforms under pressure. Keep the metal parts from rubbing and Robin power from one another three times three times stronger than leading full synthetic against viscosity breakdown. Castrol edge formulated in ways succeed that. Toughest industry standards. All right. You know what else? Give you how many more you want three. Okay. You got it. Well, Lori Loughlin learned last week that her tax returns will be audited by the IRS and insiders that she's being audited for five years on personal income taxes along with three years of Maasim business. The college admission scam featured a donation to the charity. So now, of course, they're opening the book. Yeah. Looking into the donations should've I I've said at once said a million times, I it's a really. Why bother being rich anymore? Like, screw it. I've always said the day you get arrested for bribery. It's off it's not worth it. The best part about Frank Sinatra. Look at goodfellas the greatest part of that life is showing up at the COPA. And it's like we're sold out. Right. This way, shake his hand pull it. That's why you gave rich. That's why those over. Now, you just have a target on your back and Bubba blah, answering somebody's tweet your ridge. And I said listen. I said on Friday, I'm getting on a southwest flight. I'm going to San Francisco to work do four shows. I'm gonna sit next to my office on the southwest flight. And we're gonna share sack of trail mix. I'm not rich. My my wife and kids are rich. I'm not rich, and I'm getting on a south rich going to work, and frankly, it's not even worth it anymore. If you can't bribe people are people snuffed out forgetting the point. Yeah. What's the point? Speaking a target the department of Justice mailed their daughter Jada target letter, and she's become a subject of the operation. Invest the versity blues investigation. So now the kids are getting these target letters, which means not being charged with stuff. But now they're more on the radar. And I didn't know I didn't know this about Moscwo, generally. But as a funny sort of USC connection her father Louis Lachlan's husband, thanks, according to the hundreds blog site Mosima faked his way through USC in a different way, he'd been reporting that during his college days in the eighties. He dropped out. And he didn't tell his parents. So for three more years he kept collecting the tuition money from his parents and used it to launch his business smart. Yeah. That's an entrepreneur paid a jillion dollars. And taxes. The end the. Shake down. All right. Look people should pay their taxes. Don't get me wrong. But this fish. Yeah. Notion of like, oh, we gotta go. I don't know. I it's super easy being me just have a ledger. And now that ledger people that are contributing to this rock super all making society, and those are just ladling out that thing into their ball. And if you're ladling it into your bowl, I got a problem with you. And if you can tributing, I don't have a problem and the notion of how much are you contributing. That's a factor, but I'm really focused on the ones that are just taking it out of the ball out of the big crock pot. That's that's where I'd like to focus Wease society. One a focus on the people that are, you know, contributing the carrots in the in the diced up cubed up for whatever it is. You're putting it in every like, yeah. But how much are you putting in? And and what rate are you? Pointing and my thing is like I like to keep an eye on that. But I like to keep an eye on the folks just taking it out. All right point. Point. We don't have an internet. It just came back just came back. All right. What percentage of our country doesn't pay federal income tax curious about that? I think it's a learning Lee high. Well, must be nice. All right. So a London auction houses sold a copy of Harry Potter and the philosopher's stone for ninety thousand dollars because this happens to be a pretty rare copy early early edition. Yeah. Source. Exactly, according to Bonhams auction house. The book was the first addition first printing of the novel that introduced muggles to Harry and the gang in nineteen ninety seven it also cites the author as JoAnne railing as opposed to J K Rowling. It's one of about five hundred copies that exists. It has certain misspellings and grammatical errors that make it special. And like Bryan said, it's called Harry Potter and the philosopher's stone. We know it is the Sorcerer's Stone. And it was it was rare enough to make it sell for almost one hundred thousand dollars kind of I don't like this nerd junk. But on the other hand, I love the idea of all this stuff going up because I got some of it. So I'm I'm fine with them. They're being a market. I Harry Potter's. Yeah. I knew your honor. I've never seen the movie I've never read the book. No never never seen any of that. I like the idea that it's never got around to all the movies. They're they're good. They're fine for certain generation. That's their Star Wars Star Trek. That's that's huge for them more than forty four percent of American. So more than forty four. Let's say word about half. If it's more than forty percent, pay no federal income taxes. It's forty four point four. Oh, well, then forty four. It's forty four percent. Care. I don't know. But I'd like to start looking into what's going on in that end of the ledger and a little lesson to Moscow. But that's right. Well, she also got booted from when calls the heart on lifetime. You know? It's funny. When people if people tweet me and go, I know you have this joke about getting more because you pay more I go, I know you're not serious. And I I'm Sherry and they go what? And I go look to the universe. Forget about this country. We'll go to every other country, and we'll go the universe. What other system works this way? What other system other than the government taking your money? Whatever system worked where you pay a million, you pay ten thousand we get the same it doesn't exist. So the notion that what I'm thinking is insane. I'm pushing it right back, and you try to find another system. And I kind of mean it I wouldn't mind if we could find an an. An example of where somebody just paid or put in or did whatever much greater extent than another and didn't receive more than the other. Anyway, everyone always thinks a douche when I say that. But. My I've also realized that we got Tucker Carlson coming up Tekere Carlson can't say that. Because he did even though he grew up without his mom. He grew up with privilege and most people are many people that are in that position have that sort of guilt of the past. I don't have any of that. So I just say dumb things that that anger everybody. All right. Let's do one more. Right. Well, just because you're married, even if you're super super happily married doesn't mean you should give up your friendships a new study out of the university of Texas found that when couples had issues in their relationships having friends to turn to makes a big difference in your health who are the people that choose to go through life without friends. I'm so I find it fascinating. Like, I realize like. My dad, my mom really don't have friends per se. Are they didn't some a little bit? And this and that, but not really I had friends man because I needed my friends to survive in need to eat at their house. Sweep over. Yeah. Emotionally, I'd spent a lot of time with them. And all the things I got to do that sounded like something like going skiing. I went skiing with Jeff pucks family. You know, going motorcycle right now, I want dirt riding with Chris Bohm's fan like all these kinds of things I just did with other people's families. But there are people that just like. Sixty eight year old dudes just don't have any friends. It's counter-intuitive to me. I don't why wouldn't you do that? And my God confronts help everyone thinks in terms of like, oh, well, your friends, you know, that's good for bowling or going to movie or talking if you have a problem or something like that. Friends can make your career friends friends can completely alter your your course. I mean, friends relationships whatever or calling him can can take what you're doing in push it in a positive direction. That's the likes of you couldn't even imagine. Yeah. I I don't get why I've purse anecdotally, I've noticed it's much more of a male thing because I'm lucky I know at this age to have this many girlfriends, and this many friends, it's not normal. I'm very lucky I really do feel that way. But a lot of girls in my friend group. There's a tight ten or eleven of us. And if they get a new boyfriend or such tyranny. There's a new boyfriend that comes in. He doesn't really we don't meet anyone in his life. He's now in our friend group. And we do our best to embrace everyone and get to know him. But they don't guys in my experience tend not to bring their own sort of people with them. Yeah. I mean guys are little more solo whatever that go there wired that way they go the garage. They they run around on the car, all Saturday, whatever. But I I just think I have seen firsthand going back to my poverty when I look at my parents, their inability to network their inability to find relationship their version of Jimmy Kimmel when they're young and go, hey, this guy's going somewhere that guy's going somewhere or. It's like I met Jimmy Kimmel Jimmy Kimmel ni- became great friends. We were friends and we've sort of we would collaborate as well. And then we went to the weenie rose. And I shall Jon Stewart on a bus. We're friends with John Stewart, and yeah, and then John Stewart was with Daniel Kelsen Daniel Kells like, oh, hey, and then Jimmy's you work for Letterman. And then we're all friends, and we've made a bunch of money, and you are thirty or close to at that point thirty. It's funny because a Jason this we had Derrick from TMZ in here and our daughters in the same class, and he's like I have enough friends. I don't even making new friends. I'm like it was shitty. Where to go through life. Well, I get the once your kids sometimes you kids stepping shit track at home. Sunning Italia's parents friends. Parents. Yeah. You sure. So there is thing every once in a while where you have to kind of deal with people. But now, but that's not you going and finding shimmy or John Stewart or whoever it is. All right. Let's see let me hit one. And we'll do one more trains very dangerous that take over mile stop. And you don't want to be caught in the cross traffic that trained, man. So if the signals going, and the trains not there yet, and you feel tempted to sneak across the tracks don't ever do that trains going fast. They're moving faster than you expect you they sort of looked like going that fast. I could make it. No, you can't. And by the way, you ain't going to be injured. You're going to be taken out if you make contact with a train. So let's just slow your roll sit behind that that arm mine those blinking red lights when I wanna ball you up. And do chunk of metal that red Adair would have to put out himself buckman chance buckman. So if the signals are on the trains on its way, so just remember one thing stop because the trains can't stop. Thank you. And let's be safe people. All right. One more. Well, the Houston Astros are facing a lawsuit alleging the team's mascot orbit fired a t shirt cannon during the game last season and broke a woman's finger. According to Fox News, Jennifer hardy claimed in the lawsuit that orbit shattered her left index finger during a July game when a t-shirt shirt fired from a bazooka style canyon in the stands hitter finger claiming that the fracture required to surgeries. She claims her finger remains locked in an extended position with little to no range of motion. She wants a million bucks that team not caving to this. They said in a statement, they are aware of the lawsuit and the allegations against orbit, but they say, quote, we do not agree with the allegations. The Astros will continue to use fan popular t-shirt launchers during games as this is an ongoing league. No matter we have no further comment. Well, the only way you could break your finger with this is if it was if it's fired fired directly at at the short distance. That's one thing. But I'm sure what happened here is she fired it up to the second tax. She's leaning over trying to grab for it. Indicates. Trying to catch it. Yeah. Screw her yet. Actually, it happened with all the news at where he's talking about. Why does everybody cave? Why does everybody settle the Astra say, no, it's not our fault? We use teacher canes all the time. Everybody's fine. Well, also, this is like the Furby shooting t shirt. So this isn't one of those like I've been around companies everyone's been around this thing where it's like you're being accused of race discrimination and employment. Whatever Nabisco goes, I don't we don't want any of that. We don't want any of that. And then someone will go why we didn't do anything wrong. But we don't want is dragging. Yeah. Look. So this one is not salacious this doesn't have any of those elements. Maybe so we don't maybe it's because of a race. Yeah. Broker finger. We don't have to do it. But we don't we don't they is the they they as a company you have to bite on this stuff. If involves race or sexual discrimination any any form of oppression discrimination any of that have you better jump on. It if not they don't care. Screw them in your finger. Take that finger put where the sun don't shine. Missy straight out. Yeah. All right. Let's bring it home. You got it. I'm Gina grad. And that's the news. We're going out for the sign in when you're done. You're gonna eat my pussy. That was the news with Gina grad. Be more forthcoming, gene you to your man. I really truly did feel like we were so exhausted. Let's forget it this year. But I think he's right day's gonna roll around be bombed zone. Yeah. Yeah. Well. Say what you want? I think you're right. We'll go for it. It strikes me that a lot of people when they go like, oh, don't worry about me. And you go, okay. Okay. And then they go, and then they go what? And they're putting themselves into that position. Of course, they are. And you shouldn't do that. If you wanna do some do it. And if you don't don't and want. Could be more specific. Yeah. All right, Sacramento. Thunder valley resort and casino. Coming up this riday. I'll be there. Why should I work every weekend? Right. Max patta. That's right. Gene-o bucks? Baby. We're going out, man. We're eating baby of noodles braying prov coming up may seventeenth and eighteenth. That'll be we should be able to sleep in my own bed and. Tucker Carlson coming up. I should tell you guys. Also, Adam Corolla goes racing new season on Vero check that out and get get it at dot dot co slash ace. Is that correct? Okay. And I love that. You guys are enjoying my special not Taco Bell material. That's a chassis to us as a wine Amazon, and I tunes and all that give it a nice rate. I enjoy reading them. So Tucker Carlson coming up next until next time. Sam for the grand ball brine now. But at the end of that one. All right. So enjoy Teke Carlson as you've probably never heard him next. Pros. 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Lisa Lampton, alley with Gina grad on news. Brian on sound affects and around the rotten tomatoes gave. And now from the Morial day p through BBQ BQ the extra be was for me. Wyatt v. Adam Karol on the AC it at all that figured it on their church. Up. Thanks for joining us. Thanks for sharing as we head toward our eleven th year, bald Bryan's benefit ten year anniversary and all the good stuff coming up. Good day, Gina grant. I bet you have a really small penis. Comment on the Senate. All right. Let's see. I got some rich man. Poor man for you. At the top. This is four. We get too far someone celebrated a birthday. Here this, you'll have celebrate birthday moms achievement day or is it? I think. Probably my mom's achievement would bane being at Chicano studies. Majored LA valley college, I think, when we turn the corner and terror thirteenth year, a two year university while wearing welfare checks. I think that not many people can pull that. Oh, that takes effort to Kerala can you sign this? I actually. No, I'm still very I been in and out of this college for ten years your own here. You're the only constant I realize, it's what shaped my view of junior, not community, because that's not demoralizing, junior, the it shaped, my opinion because I realized many people, I knew so on the on the spectrum, we had my mom, who is just hiding from life. You can go hide out and junior college. Here's how you do it. You take a few units at junior college. It's no muss, no fuss. It doesn't cost anything and nobody wants to look at transcripts or they know once you just go, I'm taking some units at the community and they go good for you for you. And you know, and then everyone's a big bovine head Nodar they go. Oh, yeah. The rat race and the hustle and the boss of. Yeah. Like work and providing things and things like that. Yeah. Cats on a DASS nodding off that treadmill. And so they love it. It works for nineteen year olds, but with the nineteen year old, we kind of get it that they're not Stanford material out of ruse with the nineteen year olds I'm going to couple units, and then I'm going to transfer Brown or Yale or am I t-, that's, that's that is, of course, if out of the way that's the one thing money from from, like eighteen to twenty five you can work that fucking three card Monty, and then from forty five to one hundred five you can work the I'm going back to continue my education. A lot of head nodding. No one ever, really wants to know how long you've been going or what? No follow up question. No, no. So if you would like to hide in plain sight, and your society, and you don't wanna bunch of people pointing fingers at you want to know why you're not working or how come you're not this. Why? No. That you go to the goddamn community college. Just hide out to slow. I would take a giant rake through that place like every three years just weed out all the versions of my mom and all the versions of young dumb me and any my other screwball horrible for versus I you were horrible student at seventeen and a half. Do you think you've changed your game at eighteen and a corridor Hickey now month you're here, you're the reason junior college, because your shit student at the I know you like to do all the circumstances? But I've known I've, I've met plenty of people that come from super poor backgrounds that have found their way to four year. Univer-. -versities with all the grants and loans, and whatever. But they have to have to have an SAT score, they have to take a few prep classes. They have to be a student at nessa recommendations. It's a whole, I know I, I've had a few of my friends. I had good. Chris bad. Chris, but good, Chris, he's, we've met him before I think, in, I think he came out to Vegas with his brother, who, like the voice voice. Yeah. Yeah. The guy. Guys rain rooms voice boxes. This one. You know, this guy grow up on the wrong side of the tracks, broken family didn't know his dad all that kind of stuff. Mom worked hard poor three brothers blah, blah, blah. And he ended up at the air force academy, but but he was a good student like he worked we worked, and any God. It's grants and loans are scholarships whatever, and he, he did it. So anyway junior college. Again, we need to have a negative stigma to it. So we don't call it community because community gets it into oh, look at you giving back. How about you community by fucking wasting time for free. If you if you get out in two years, he transferred before your college you get to retroactively. I went to community college. You ever heard the community college? Right. I, I, I got nowhere can call it alcohol Finn that here's a thin the place out. I will accept nursing students and various forms of Asians, because they're not they're just hiding out. But I see my mom at age fifty one just up Geog is up baby. Team. The Latino Chicano studies major very specific isn't Chicano specifically Mexican I don't even couldn't tell nobody. It's awesome. I'm going to tell my kids like that was one that was funny. I was funny. I have real funny conversation. My kitchen wants because I had one of my flunky friends. John, who was the guy was perpetual community. You know, take a few units take six months off work realize works. Go back for six months. At some point when this guy had been just bounce around for, like eight years out of high school or something he announced he was going back to junior college to become a doctor. And my mom was like, isn't that great? And I was like, no it's not gonna waste eight years. He's not going to be a doctor, and she said, why saying that I'm like 'cause I live in real world land where you want to do things instead of just talk about stuff and cheer folks, who were doing nothing. What is that thing that everyone has that gene, isn't that wonderful? And I'm like, no, it's not what all the talk all the stuff. I mean I don't get like puck LeMay. Shen gene, I'm gonna next right haven't, and I think the people around, you are sort of. You know if you're ever gonna have a beer with breakfast like if you're out, you're good, just say, you're, you're, you're on vacation, or you're just out with a friend or whatever. And you're eating breakfast, and you just look over in the half some as on tap, and you're like, oh, I would want. I think I won't wanna not just, you know, the person sitting across from you. So if you go, I think I'm going to get an IP and the person across migos. Oh, that sounds good. Then you go good. Both enjoy getting buzzed. Eleven in the morning, but that person across from you goes, oh, no. I got a lot of stuff. I wanna handle the day. I'll just take an ice tea act shocked like now. Right. Right now, you feel weird about her. Can't really enjoy your eye. So what you want is to surround yourself with alcohol. That's Schutte shitty. Chitty Schutte shooting shitty junior college students. That's what those people want, they won those people around. Yes. All right. Yeah. Gina's got a mouse at our house. I got an prepared clip for you. Got a vid- for you, one do I got some rich man? Poor man. Let's see. You talked about the gene, where it's I'm going to do this run thinking about doing this, like with our people. We all know the people are constantly, just lay into seeds that don't grow you know what I mean. They're just constant. I'm thinking about Doug. I got I got a screenplay working, whatever it is. We all know those people, I don't know why that particular thing is always rubbed me the wrong way, more than most personality quirks. Like you've probably remember this, but I'm aware of it. Like when I announced like my book, I remember years ago, five. I didn't like signed like the paper, I wasn't like, hey, I'm thinking about a book, I'm working on it. But it was like I hate that about people like when I did the, the benefit the reunion show. I'm not until we like signed the paperwork. I was like, hey, I'm thinking about doing. I hate the I'm thinking about because. As with none of the worst the I'm thinking about. Yeah. In crawl the agree. The, the, the problem. The person has a flaw. It's their friends. It's calm. I say to people all the time like they'll go. Yeah. I'm going to write a book. You said that for six years. What's your plan? What's the plan, and then we're looked at me. 'cause whoa. Never talked heads up. And I'm like, I'm asking logical questions after you made proclamations. And I'm always amazed. You know, thing that's funny is when they say it to, you know, to me, or to Brian wrote the book or Gina who did I don't know what I'm saying. No. But the point is says in the time that you've brought up you've been talking to me about your sports drink for dogs unleashed, and you've been talking about for joke about sitcom online, but the point is he would about developing a sports drink dogs, right? And you know, it's been seven years. And so when you say to me. Have a couple of graphic artist guys that are working on some representations of labels for unleashed the sporting dog prototype, the polish of a bone. Right. And you're saying that to me, and, you know, we've been talking about for seven years. And you also know that in that time I've done four documentaries and and had to books out. Why are you saying that to me, you have to know what I know? Right. Falling upwards documentaries. It's yeah, it's for them. I get. I mean it's it's full themselves in moving forward. I, I get that part. But still need to find. Somebody doesn't know the rat, the whole cliche used to be like save it for the reunion. You know, you're gonna have to twenty years now. It's just people talking shit to their parents and the version. Now is think about starting podcast, right? It's not hard found the I don't know that you should tell anybody about what you're thinking about until you do it. All right. Have a rich man or yes. Until the deal is signed, or the date is on the bucks. All right. Do have a intro for Richmond. Sorry. That explains every all right? Oh, I know you could never. This. Okay. Now is going to. All right. That's my I usually tell them before the show that was on me. Richmond. There you go. Now we can do it. All right. That rich people in poor people share, I'll Matt from Santa Cruz on on line six. All ask him Matt. What do you got? Hi guy. Hi guy. This is my rich man. Poor man driving golf carts for your neighborhood. You're either in a wealthy, gated golf course community or maybe cruising through like Bombay beach down by the fee from your trailer park area specific. Yeah. I don't know that it's a poor man. It is. It is a rich man. But I don't know if that's. Format. I'm sort of cart, but not a golf cart. Yeah I like it. Like the here's what I will. Here's what I think we can say non traditional transportation in a neighborhood on a city street 'cause I will see guys peddling weird stuff and that kind of stuff. Jay Leno steam powered vehicles. Good. I mean made medium, good man. Fake. Let me try. There's another another. Well, I don't know if you're this man, I got another met met min gay who's? Being on a first name basis with a juts by God. That's awesome. Yeah. The judge knowing your name. Yeah. That is, there is, again you reverse engineer at no middle-class anybody has that relationship with the court system. This is from Dan Bursik talks the spouse through prison. Intercom. Like white collar. Already. That's pretty rich man. Poor man. Let's see Williams. Yes. No good going after that walks with a walking cane. I don't know what's wrong with our printer here, but walking cane versus stick or something's go. How about this for transportation, speaking in which you're driving vehicle with a leaping animal on it driving the greyhound bus driving a Jaguar? Wow. Those about specific as long. This is Jay. We're logan. Yeah. The, the Jack on the, the called the labor. Yeah. And then the same same motion ones. Greyhound wants Lieber on collects coins and one would be collectible coins? The other would be changed. You can use a hash tank, rich. Man. Poor man. Let us more. Yeah, that's a good. That's a solid one line three. Let's see Paul forty five Minnesota. Yeah. Hello, adam. I had all Gino. This Paul for Senate with the roommate. Yeah. Yeah. From the podcast are from the podcast coop. Yeah. What I call that. I had a different question. But the I dunno answer the phone, but they asked me say this. I don't know what year it is. But I listen to Fairmount like talk radio and so many people call in and go, I don't know. I told the phone person I told you the, the ladies nice nice lady. It's the phone. So anyway, I told her while tell you what I told her. But that's not my question. It's like and the person let's go. Whatever your question is, this is on top tonight, call screeners, right. Why, why so much difficulty in, in two thousand and nineteen with that sort of concept. You know, this is where my grandma an hardy what were you wearing. Cram. It's, it's a funny thing it's also weird thing. Like when people go, I know I was told not to talk about this, by the phone lady screener. But anyway, and it's like you're just gonna say out loud, everything that's in your everything. That's in your head is just something that you express. Yeah. Out loud. There's no way we can do it. Like when people say moments earlier, don't talk about this. You must have that come out of your mouth. I know I was told not to say anything, but go hurt. Please talk about this. Paul. Anyway, I looked up and he said writ, spent part man, and I m apartment, I looked up, and I have vases, over in a place, vases, there spent -partment thing you have aces, rich vases, but I I don't feel like a lot of aces. Yeah. And you you looked up and you just notice that. Yeah. I was like he said, we're doing writ spent part man right now. And I said, well, I have a lot of bases around. Right BAAs is whatever the hell you call about that. How about this recipe to make your guys? So I have like this big, but the understand this time I need to fill up. You understand the way this works is you can't just be poor and look around and go, I have a can opener. That's rich man. Poor man has its defeating the game you have to have it has to be stuff that middle-class people wouldn't have, and they would have vases. Oh, yeah. Well, that makes a lot of sense you know, I feel like Gabe right now. No. It'd be. Palma bail, you out rich man. Poor man talking on the phone right now. At this moment. That's right. Phone. By the way, how Bryant I was gonna threes. Call is going to call you out. 'cause the last time I called it you said that Paul's along right now. 'cause I tell you about my neighbor had apart around. Right. Right. Right. Actually sitting right next now. If we can prove it, we could both talk at the same time, I don't like that, while these talking right now. Why it sit? I've Tim how what uses it being rich when poor people have iphones? You know what I mean? Like there used to be a big Pekka has them. Yeah. Like you have not even your rich. Like I you'd go like I've Electric's ity, my house, back in the day, I have plumbing a motor powered carriage. Yes. That's right. I don't have to be pulled around by meal, or when I was a kid got, dammit there. We had things we had, like, oh, you have a black and white. We have a color TV, like okay. Definable richness. You know what I mean? In a big screen faith us. Great dollar item, the ten thousand twelve oh. It was easy with my, my junior, high was super easy was Levi. Schwinn huffy, tough skins. So the have nots had huffy, maybe a Raleigh or huffy and you had super. Are tough skins and these guys had cool Levi, and the head of schwinn. It was easy. Also even stuff like vacations like poor people can go to Hawaii. Now. I don't mean destitute. I just mean anyone can plan a Hawaiian vacation, no way where you going anywhere versus people going to Hawaii or Aspen or something like that. So it was, and then it is certain point someone would have like a cell phone in their car like a mobile flown in their car. And there's no way you would have that Dan Tanna has that he's, he's a rich. He's a rich private dick, fine. Now I just feel like. Here's how you got to define who's rich and who's not rich I oh, you have an iphone, which one a seven. Okay. Poor man also. Well, yeah. I mean, I don't use my phone for anything but making calls I could have the first gen iphone wouldn't wouldn't make a difference. But. What the TV's the phones the world we are conditioning. Yeah. Air conditioning and Southwest Airlines uses it being rich patient load and taxes there. When hate you promise and used to kind of weird, but people used to look up to you. Now, they come on money. I thought of another one, and this has to have been done before weddings in a tent. Oh, we've done backyard wet. Well, no weddings and attend. You think of tenting loom, but some of those are very chic Ono the one. Yeah. TJ count. You have another one. Sorry, another one. He's asking for. All right. I have a I have a piece to play you. I don't know. We gave Mike Lynch all that stuff. We did a brea few week and a half ago or whatever. He pulled one clip from unprepared that I kind of remember getting the ball. But I don't remember if it was funny or not. So I told mex- padded listen to it other win. Lynch Puhl something it's usually good. And max patta. Listen to it said it was good said it was poignant, right? Mex- pan. Not provoking, thought provoking. Wow. All right. So we'll do that lamp Anneli will be here in couple, I will play that clip. Let me hit Ben online, and then we'll play something that's thought provoked now again, I have little to no memory of what's coming out of my mouth be right bet online dot Agee's reproached, the end of may NBA NHL playoffs are peaking, every play every possession counts with only a couple teams remaining only one place has you covered. One place, we trust bet online dot AG sign up today for free account. Bet online, use the promo code podcast. One for your fifty percent. Welcome bonus man NBA's going nuts and gels going nuts. Guys draining threes from long distance big men, drain in threes. Eleven watching that, with my son don't sit on the sidelines. Don't forget the promo code podcast, one or Tex bet now two two three eight six six nine for fifty percent. Welcome bonus bet online dot AG, your online sportsbook, experts once again, bet online dot H E, and you can use promo code podcast. One get the fifty percent welcome bonus. All right. So max Patas listened says it's poignant. And this is an Ray pulling the collusion ping pong ball. Yep. All right, here it is. Right. There's always a chance that some of these balls are. Gonna suck. Oh, what does it say you want to do it? I'll do anything. That's the rules are the rule collusion. Oh, that sucks. That's what I said. We gotta get all fucking political talking to Mark Garriga about collusion right out of the game. It's also look I feel fiduciary duty do whatever the fuck and ball is. All their weight. Here's the thing. Here's so Alica first off, who the fuck knew we'd be saying the word collusion so many times, and our dolt life. I have I've made it from zero to forty seven and a half without even hearing the fuck and word. I've heard it eighteen thousand times in the last nineteen months. The thing I do enjoy about our current politics is the people who knew there was collusion before the report came out that said, no collusion now no more definitively that there is collusion, which is interesting wiring, like you know, like what? If doctors work this way like oh, you have a tumor in your lung. It may be cancerous. I'm worried. It's cancerous. And then they go get an MRI and all right. Technician goes turns out. It's just a benign cyst. It's not cancerous. And the doctor goes fuck it. I. It's more cancerous. Send me seen Yellen about how cancerous it is laying duck just pick a lane. It can I say this about politicians, could they do this. When this be good. I was thinking about this. My parents are horrible people. There in the audience tonight, they know they're alive. There live. But, you know, they're only alive because they've never done anything in their life, like their eighty seven year. My parents are to the shittiest model automobiles you've ever seen your life. Like it's like a Chevy Vega, four Pinto park in the same garage, but pristine, fucking cherry, no mile. Super shitty cars in great conditional, the same teeth and fingernails, those are my those are my parents. But my parents when they got divorced, there were fucking horrible like they wouldn't talk to each other. You know, it'd be like tell your mom that I'm not pleased and all that shit. They couldn't see other. They use it as an excuse, like, oh, graduation is your mom going? I don't know if she's going on not going. And then my mom, like is your dad going? I don't know. Well, he's going. I'm not going, and they wouldn't go there, fucking horrible. They traumatize me obviously. And I'm saying for the sake of the kids, you have to have some civility and pretend to get along we go to the fuck and fifteenth birthday party act like a God, damn human being because you're don't you're an adult than those are kids. You're don't get your shift together. Now, I wanna say this about politicians Republican democrat, were your kids, could you fuck and pretend to get along for ten minutes. I'm being traumatized here. Come back in the sixth grade yelling at each other just get along. Even if you don't like the clown, laugh at his shitty tricks. We, we voted you in just pretend to get along. All right. What is the next one I the way bucking pretty good. Funny and then Trump and Pelosi or now yelling? Simmering via didn't even make ten ten minutes into getting along or even try did he read tweet a super cut of just her stuttering? I know it's, it's, it's not. I do feel that way. I feel like I feel like I feel like it's super selfish I when I was a kid, I didn't know how to process it now. I'd be like, hey, Kant and dick, would you fuck and get along? This is insane. What you're doing to your kids? The divorce is bad enough. But you're supersizing it your weaponising, your divorce with your horrible attitude. Hey average age forty four year old human being. But you have some thoughts about others, that are around you and how you may affect them. And hey politicians. We're your kids using us. You're using us all of this is it's that feeling every once in a. Blue moon, not so much lately. But it used to be that you'd hear like, oh, so, and so from the left and so and so. Right. Something they agree on the head of beer, and blah, blah, blah. Cosponsor again. That's nice. That's nice. She felt like a kid with mom and dad. Aw, like holding hands or something, or something like mom was in the kitchen, making vittles debt combine slapped on the behind playfully, and she went you and. She pulled a fan out. She smacked him yield fresh masher, so any kind of like that your kid like that was fun. Yeah. Felt safe feel like that could be done in our societies. Well. Trump, you cat. All right. So at least land penelas polling. You can see that video on our YouTube channel if you like -scribed atoms YouTube champions are going to be posting more clips from his his shows can be fun. Yeah. Why not? All right. So at least it's gonna pull in, we're gonna take a quick break. Should we give our second? There's another. Bid that I it sounds about the YouTube channel mice. We'll just throw it up for it's only twenty five or thirty seconds. I found some old tape recently resurfaced recently nerds stuff. Well, this didn't air on the man show. It actually recently service used. Right. It was I when I was training hitting the focus pads to go into filming the hammer, I was working with my guy tear clay on. And you know, once in a while we get the get the boxer in here, and the trainer that whoever Nagai hold the focus bats for him. And I hope folks as yet, but I was trying to explain that, even a guy like Manny Pacquiao can't really be a dance partner unless we've had some practice on the ballroom floor. He's a good dancer, great dancer. I may be a good dancer. But you still need to come together and kind. Work it out on the floor. And I'll show you thirty seconds of what it looks like when you do work with the same person for a while. Go ahead. Today. Grenada via tesla. To put it up on the. Democray graphs, you wearing a belt or some point punches around the midsection just on stopping. Punch sunny that way. I wouldn't say that loud Olga drive, it drives Olga nuts because I put sunning kitchen. I start throwing shots at his head and his body. And if you do it long enough any, there's a way to throw sort of body punches that are. If you know what you're doing and they know what they're doing. You can do it in such a way where you kind of get the effect of throwing the punch without sitting down on the punch as they say, like trying to drill drive through it, but you have to have a lot of control over your hands. That's what again, when I throw punches at. Punches at sonny's head and body. Oh, goes nuts. 'cause she's just swears gonna crack and Boston open or something. Well, he'll learn something valuable, but I never do what you give us a demo genus stand up here. I never. Carey trained trained Denzel for. It was a movie, the hurricane the hurricanes hurricane that Damon always training. Gelt Killinghall change trained. Everyone Christie's your golden gloves thrust punches at her. All right. So we will bring a lamp Elian. We'll play rotten tomatoes. We'll do that right after this. 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It's like troublemakers taxpayers us are just squarely in the tax paying bracket and then there's many other cultures. What do you think they're just brought up better than us? They just didn't have shifty people in their family. I offered too much to bother to stuff or anybody else. I don't get it. Sniff them out, there Wiley are defined have any of those both. Brian, I'm oh are well, you don't seem that great. I not. So there's always an exception that proves we'll try they fall through the cracks once in a while. Get emails. They just they're like, family, education, family, and it's kind of all their success is just a byproduct of what happens. I mean, think if you really just sort of think about, like the typical Jewish family, but, like Asians have the same thing day care, very much where their kids are going to go to school. What they're gonna do. They when to enter business with their dad, blah, blah, blah, and the goyim not so much black folk, not so much Mexican folks, not different weird emphasis, but yes, you look look at on order view, my favorite show, never see the Jewish serial killer. You never see the Jewish rapist. However, you see the Asian crime syndicates and stuff. So I think we choose are just better out there. I'm saying it jus you rock a freaking labile. David Berkowitz the son of sales. On the air contradict me, theorist. I hate him. And by the way, Harvey Weinstein's real ass is is cling is cling. So he actually changed it to Jewish name to kit. Early. He an actual. Yes. Yes. So every once in a while, like, Gino, one slide stir the crat Mayan large broken clock here. So, you know, you have a great society in terms of Jews when somebody makes a proclamation like there. No Jewish serial killers. Don't Hewish rape is Jewish criminals and you go let me scratch, my on. Yeah. And that's actually proves you're at work for other cultures. Other cultures spit out. Tanya guy that actually proves your point lease because their burqas wasn't like from a broken home or a bad dude, like his dog was talking to him. He didn't say person mental illness. So now right. You're kind of insane for being here. Exactly. So you have an Italian name. So that's why always drain always thought, oh, she's like me. It's so confusing. If I was a boy, because in Judaism, you name it after somebody who died mainly it, whatever it is. Guess what? I was going to be. Oh you all. Does show. Yeah, what's your last name grad, and we don't know what it was shortened from. But, you know, Stalingrad bell grad letting had to be something city. But we don't know what it can't be good. But on my other side, it's limits if that helps it does not help the least. Son. A SAM's dog by the way was Lutheran by the. Vessel. Lisa land, Pinelli got a podcast. Let Lisa help. It's coming out June fifth. It's a podcast. One five cast said, how great is that, that I'm in the family and I was inspired to do a podcast because, as you know, I'm very held very helpful person wants a force my help people starts with they wanted or not Jewish. Your lovely wife is going to be a guest Adam on my show. Yeah. Conflicted. Feelings about always do. She just like to talk that one. Yes. Yeah. I'm sure she didn't say anything, kind about me. She loves you very much. I must say that I love you more. That because we both you what we really bonded, on, honestly, the first thing I said, was look, I'm on animus show. And I'm telling you do I always feel so stupid compared to annum. And she was welcome to the club. She goes, I feel like an idiot every day, and he's like, sort of where these in this other league. So you just have to sort of flow with it. But see, I think we all just have low self esteem, because you're so smart. Well, I have low self esteem, as well even though you're smarter than us. Well, I don't I don't know. Whatever my, my I don't know if you call it smart. It's I just happened to notice things. Yeah. Want to change them, which bothers everybody. But I'm not sure I'm never sure why bothers like I don't know. I have the I have micro and macro versions of this, but we have as always talk about here like an elaborate array of super expensive freeway signs, but we don't write anything on them other than click it or ticket. We wait around for Star Wars movie to come out and then the four says buckle up or whatever it is. Right. And it's zero burger, and I'm confounded by right? And I don't I would like something on the sign that affected some change interested in punishing the person, and they shouldn't look at it as punishment. They should look at it as well. Wouldn't it be better? If we use this in a more positive way agree. I think you are just your mind works differently and quicker than a lot of people. And luckily, you somehow think I'm quick enough to sit on the show but to be married to you. I would find this very hard because I like stupid men. But I only like that's what we actually talked about that. I should be married to a stupid, man. Who knows? He stupid the promise. I've been married to stupid men who think smart. It's like a fat, chick who thinks she's thin earth who thinks she's fat. That's very confusing. Just be what you, are you, hor, I'll tell you what. I like I'll pass that onto the Lynette. I pay what I do like though I love dumb in hard working. Yeah. Oh, I don't like smart and lazy. I don't like that. That is, by the way, hide all that is lazy with an attorney like ability to defend your laziness lazy with a huge vocabulary. So you can defend yourself, just dumb a loyal hunting dog works hard loving love it. I like I like my plumber. I like my air conditioning. Repair guy. I secretly wish their single and could be acute love story. Like one day he came over to fix the plumbing, and then he really fixed the plumbing, so hot. But every dumb guy, I get involved with they end up to think that they can keep up with LL and it's almost virtually impossible. I'm the Adam Corolla of women. Boehner inducing never ever. See somebody working at your house, there in the yard at working on the plumbing, or the irrigation or the mown or the whatever the pool guy. Whatever this is Boehner Dusing. They don't know that you're looking at them through the kitchen window. You just walk in. You're standing at the sink. You see him. They're back as Taranto. And at some point they make a move to go out to the van in the driveway and they break into a shock. Dennis just instinct. Slow, john. Yeah. The try. To be right. Yeah, that, that in the Boehner inducing department is right up there with this guy where you take, you've got the box, the somebody sent something from Amazon, and you've got that box like, oh, just what did I ordered? Oh, I got that drone. I want. And then you're like you're struggling with the bottle of pulse. That pulse. The sweat check. It up has a holster with the box cutter onto the knife out smashed open zips it and puts it right back. You go. Yeah. One quick Moshe owner induced, holy man. Totally man. Yeah. Whole serve you had, by the way, people if you have a holster with a box cutter in it just emailed me. That's all I'm saying version of leading the lady's cigarette. Yes. Oh, I love that. I like what a man lights my cigar. That's hunt. Ooh. Yeah. But, you know, it's kind of an hot for them because guard, it's not cute. So the whole the home, the cell phone home. But the self-improvement the, the hanging, like Tyra banks hung up her angel wings when she was no longer. Gonna be a runway model now. She's redefining beauty. Yes. Yes. Would you hung up your because I only is redefining beauty. I am. I certainly. I am. This is gorgeous right here. I'm a piece of as what would I feel is member in last November? I retired from stand up and I said, I'm going to do storytelling events and I'm going to do life coaching. And then I said, well, how do I get my word out there that I actually want client, because, as Dr drew predicted by the way, he said you're going to be too busy and get too many clients, but I want better clients, who pay more. Honestly. Like I was like, under selling myself, busy, busy busy, too busy with all these people are paying me a book twenty-five, come on. Gimme a break. So I let me get this podcast going, and thank God podcast. One said, okay. So I get to show on the air that I can help people. And I guess, like your wife, like people who a comedian, Brad Williams came in or we work on each other's issues together. And then I have my actual clients call in and tell me what I did wrong. I like because I get to learn and yell at them at the same time, interesting glimpse into anyone sort of self esteem, which is how much do you charge? Come always kind of people go. It's three hundred fifty an hour and I don't take insurance, and I'm, I'm like where do I? My current shrinks. She said to me, okay, it's two seventy five and I don't take insurance, and I was so in need of the right kind of good help. I was like, yeah. Worse, and you'll it's weird. Dude, I got into this thing lately. I've been working on myself a lot because I have. I have come to -bility with being feminine. So I started wearing dresses experiment. They started ballroom, dancing. We'll get this. I'm so hooked on this ballroom dancing, terrific that I'm out here in LA, and I said where can I ball room dance? Well, my guy at home charges, eighty five an hour, which I think is expensive. But whatever here I'm so desperate to do it. These people out here in Beverly Hills yourself seeming. It's one sixty. I'm like you got it better than eighty-five. Which you're right? They just have the balls to go. I want this amount me lease Olympia. Elliott's afraid to charge a lot when, when I taught I was looking at some old boxing footed for you walked in. But when I when I was a boxing coach, I got twenty bucks a class. So I would teach like Monday Wednesday Friday, and then a Saturday like I think taught like seven AM class, and blah, blah, blah. And I just got paid twenty dollars a class. And I was a good coach but. I didn't have good Elvis name. And then at some point, some of my students were like, well how much for privates? Like how much do one on one private stuff? And I was like, well a classes twenty dollars. So twenty dollars Albie. Okay. And they're like, yeah. That'd be fine. And then later on I found a boxing strike as a hundred and twenty five. Like I was twenty twenty dollars twenty dollars. And it's like no, no, no. He's very because they give you like this one on one attention personally, I just wanted to hire some dope to dance around the room with me. I don't have to learn anything. I'm like, we just do the hustle. Get some exercise guy was still a buck sixty. I said, okay, I guess I gotta do it if I wanna free can be twinkle toes out, Aaron LA, also, I would occasionally have somebody, you know, I'd be down on the gym on Thursday at seven AM to meet them before work for their one on one and they couldn't make it or they just blow it off and go, I wouldn't charge. I'd have my self esteem is like I didn't work with them. I can't even I'm sitting at the stupid. Jim, I'd go like, well, you better go hit the heavy bag and make it worthwhile now, but I don't even know if that's low self esteem. You think it is. We're like you know what, here's what happens times, like allocate client. And like the last minute, they'll go, oh, you know, I really I can't make the session today. But I'll pay anyway. And kind of I didn't really want to do at that thing anyway. So I'll go problem. You this time, only because I wasn't in the mood to a let you go on it, because sometimes we just don't wanna do it. What is what is a life coach? I mean what is the process like if what I say to you, here's some things that aren't working in my life. And, and how do we remedy that or how do we focus on that? Right. The way I learned it in the way, I like to do it is some people, right? You know, through the website and say a total mess. I have, you know, weight problems I hate my job. I hate my husband like we cannot work on all this at once, and it's one underlying belief, by the way, it's underneath all of that stuff. That makes it not work. It's that you hate yourself. You don't think you're worthy. You think you should stay too long at the fair. So basically able to kind of talk to them for the first session. Find out what thing we work on and find out the underlying belief, hopefully that they can dissolve and move on from all this crap. But also I say to Michael lands, would you rather? I let you. You discover it in five sessions. Or would you like me to just tell you after like three like what is wrong with you? And they're all like, oh, cut to the chase. I'll save money. I'd rather just go listen. You married your mother that was stupid, cut it out, divorce. Are you know what? I mean. Why are you even asking me hundred twenty two dollars fifty cents rich? Right is right. But see, I think there's at one school of thought were you don't tell anyone it all blossoms from their brain. These people are frigging stupid. Let me Lisa Lampre Anneli who struggled in life, help you on fifty seven. I know some crap I feel like the biggest problem in many of the possible conflicts, I've had in my life is the person, you're talking to doesn't have the ability to sort of hover above the conversation and remove themselves. Right. So, like I've had like real conversations with people. That if they were third party listening to this conversation. They would think they weren't saying and side with me one hundred percent, but because they're in the conversation I've literally had this conversation in the studio, where I had a hoist in the back a car, and I bought it new and my buddy put his car on it, and took it completely apart and lifted like three feet off the ground and just left it like never worked on it. Okay. And after about three years, I was like jeeze, I'd like to use my car Heus my five thousand dollar car Hoy's in my in my warehouse that I pay four, but I can't because your cars on it. It's all taken apart. And so I said to him, I sit. I think you could get your car together and get it off the hoist because I don't think it's fair that I don't I cannot use my own Car Toys in my own shop, and he said, your car's back, they're all taking part. Now that person he's having. Is having a real conversation. I've had real conversations with many people. Sadly, many people close to me that went that way. Now, if you had the ability to hover of the conversation, and you just stumbled upon it you would look at that person is insane, who would be you. Yeah. And you look at me is completely right, and they hitters insane. Clearly you're right on that. Here's the thing. Now, people don't have the ability to hover so they do what I do with them. Instead, I go, you have to use, and it's a really difficult thing to do empathy. But the type of empathy of literally putting yourself in their shoes. It's not having compassion for them. It's not you going on this poor guy has no place to have. Arcadian thing it's going, okay. Dude, put yourself in my shoes as Adam Corolla, who pays for this garage. What would you do on dude? I, I am kinda douche, and hopefully he'll get the car the F out, also why did you let it go that long? What's wrong with you? Yet you hate yourself. I only charge you five hundred. The only thing I've ever found to be. There's two things I've found to be effective in life Oxy, ten good Nyquil Oxy ten and this phrase when someone's explaining how horrible the other person is our on reasonable. Their neighbor is are unreasonable their spouses or whatever it is. I've had usually there's no breakthroughs, and no progress and no anything. But if you say and I'm going to give this one to you, so lamp Anneli if the person's going on about their husband and what a Dickey is the neighbor and how reasonable unreasonable they are, whatever it is. You simply say, if I was talking to that person and they were sitting here, what would they say and people will go well, they would say, I borrowed a power tool, and I didn't return but wait. But, but I wasn't gonna return but I was going to go, okay. So they're not just an unreasonable maniac. They would say, yes. But he didn't have to yell, but okay, but you explain just try to explain what they would say. They wouldn't say I'm an insane neighbor or a horror father and husband go, he probably would say that he wanted blah, blah. And yes he's brought it up before. And then you start to ES toward the light. That's the whole point. It start to dismantle it just a little, so they don't get defensive woman, a longtime client who she is. Just she's a trip, she's such a Long Island yet, and that I, I hated her frustrating for accent. She wouldn't move forward, but a lot of them, call me about the weight loss stuff. So she's like, oh, I finally decided like after six months of me, not even mentioned. She goes, you know, I've decided I'm really going to get the weight loss surgery because it's hopeless and I'm really feeling good about it. And I said to my friendly's I that I'm going to be skinnier than you bet. And then she said to me, well, you should get surgery because you have no willpower shouldn't. I be hurt and you're the one who said to her skin, your view. But it's just that this conversation is not going the way I thought it, of course 'cause you're wrong, you owe heard apology. Call me back after you do it. Like I cannot see people who can't look at what their part in. It was, so I'm like, dude. And they don't expect for me to like not always be like listening to their WAM went and agree with them. Well, that's what I was thinking earlier. And that's the perfect point is that when a lot of people go to life coaching or go to therapy, you're, you're essentially paying someone to absolve you not to better. Yeah, I can't imagine somebody going to Lisa lamp and Elian all sympathy all the time. I will tell you. I'm way gentler. I got a lot of feedback way gentler at the beginning that people think I'm going to be they think I'm going to yell at them. It's not till we really get into said, do you want the hard truth, or should I shook her coda for you, because I'm not really comfortable that people like to hear the truth, eventually, but most people, it could be reasonable with a nice too, but then come on. If you're going to work me, six months, you gotta know the truth. I can't I can't take it. I can't. And that's what the podcast. Order showcases that we had a little no nonsense. It's not really tough love, but it's more. No nonsense. I'm I'm always amazed at people's ability. Like you're talking about with your client who is thinking about getting the Castro bypass, or whatever surgery lose the weight Bubba I've had people who I've lent a lot of money to, and who own me, multiple thousands of dollars for multiple different projects along the way. Call me cheap or type tight-fisted or whatever, and I've said to him, wow, I can't believe you wanna go to this place where I'm going to start bringing up all the money, I've lent you and all the things done on your house, and all the things that I've paid for with your kid or whatever it is. You wanna why would you even unearth that yet? Why would you rip the tough off that yogurt? It's almost they feel so bad. And they need to absolve themselves of some of that, that they've gotta have you yell at them for it because they know they're they're wrong. So it's, it's only by the way, why are you lending money? Like I literally have been in the comedy business. I made pretty good money as a comic. I give a friend of mine, a lot of money because she's disabled and she lost her disability insurance. Anybody else can go fry. I am not giving these people money. I don't know anybody. I mean, I'll buy things. I'm generous my nieces and nephews and family as other jerks, pay for the I. I pay house and my car. Slow jog. Lamping Illini twenty. Instruct him to fry while they were pounding. Saints have one hand to work, the skill it the other hand, you could count saying, oh, your printer fry is. All right. We'll, we'll do the rotten tomatoes gamely cheap in briefed you know how to play the rent tomatoes game. I I'll hit the Castrol edge. Oh man. Do not fry. Castrol edge heat, friction, viscosity breakdown. Rob your engine maximum performance friction result results in a loss of performance up to ten percent. Castrol edge engineered with fluid. Titanium technology helps fight friction deliver maximum levels of performance for your car. Three times three times stronger against viscosity breakdown than leading full synthetic oils. Castrol edge. Let's play the game. And the gang makes it. Fits. Those. All right, Lisa. Do you have a pen and a buck slip or vanish? Cited lock it in here we go today, because we're joined by the clean of Maine, Lisa lamp Ellie, today's round will feature films with famous queens. Oh. The Duke of two, which is my new moniker. Every time I see this first movie on cable, I drop everything including my pants and I finished it. Starring the baddest bitch on the planet. Helen Mirren, this film, explores the fallout after the death of Princess Diana, two thousand six the Queen. Did not say this because it has so. Cake, a moving call it Queen see it. You put the in front of it. I'm out. But it's good. So says Selanne panel phenomenal telomere up for best actress. So I don't say it on loud. I just write it down. Right. All right. Well, this, this had to be well received by the critics. But are we talking mid eighties? We talk in mid nineties at what are we talking here? I'm locked in Brian, whether you got I never saw it, so I took a wild guess ninety three. Yeah, I haven't seen it but I can't imagine it getting anything. But good reviews, I said ninety or one ninety one lease Olympia Nelly. I saw it. So I gave it ninety eight. I'm spectacular. All right. The Queen is certified fresh in ninety seven percent. Did is because over the good. I'm so good at games. Next film stars, a rabbit with a timepiece, trippy cat, a hookah smoking, Caterpillar and grumpy bitch of Queen fixated, on dick Capitaine nineteen fifty one 's Allison. Okay. Classic term so hard to tell how these movies were critically received in the fifties. And then how much how many reviews are new and? I, I think everything Disney was great back then. But. Trying to figure the soon. Boy, boy, I don't know. I'm trying to rack my brain for anything politically incorrect. Definitely hoops for something. Yeah. You know, dropping mushrooms acid trips that there was white. I don't they don't penalize drug if they will either their other woke subjects. All right. I have no idea and for that reason, I've written down elect in Lisa, a wrote down eighty three. Eighty nine gone higher. Bounding considered one of Disney's classic animated film. Right. It is. It is lovely. It is fantastical I think it holds up said ninety one. I said, ninety three Alice in wonderland is fresh that eighty percents. Who we were I was maybe close as where this is anyone's game at this point, very knotted up within the pages of Sebastian's book that never ends the irresponsible pet owner trae to lucky dragon loves the touch of a young boy, a health. Reclusive Queen who sits and moans in an ivory tower, while Fantasia is consumed by the nothing nineteen eighty four 's the never ending story. This is a great great Simpson's the line. I haven't felt this confident about a case. It's my class action lawsuit against the producers of the never story. Great. Lionel hot store was this eighty eighty four eighty four theaters. I think this is the first girl had a crush on. This is a little perfect example of Brian is it just us? I know. Or is it real could be bad? It was over reigning, you know in school. This is the movie they'd pull in for the kids to watch. Oh, yeah. To the scene where the horse dies and Rayo. They're wet. Yeah. All my art tax devastating. Yeah. It's tough. Brian. Yeah. What, what are your cage fighter now? These revelations about your past your whole life soom. You weep openly Brian. Brian today, sell private never do that. But, you know, young tender innocent, Brian. Joe motion. See very cry. All right. Yeah. I don't know. I kinda remember seeing this in the movie theater, and it was a big movie, and it was considered a good movie and sometimes kids movies on a little different scale. But you have no idea if this is if the critics went out this campy and sappy and whatever clawing Peterson directed this famous direct this. I would have no idea. But I'm locked in Ronnie to Brian. I went barely fresh, sixty eight. Ooh thing I felt like I'm betraying my own childhood, but I had to stick with Brian, I said, sixty six Bonelli I, I never heard of it. I the poster I see no stars. It looks disgusting and Brian liked it. And he wept like a little bit. I save fifty. One, seventy one. The never ending story is certified. Eighty percent. So sorry are tech hate everyone, right. To deal close the rock monster. Yeah. Big strong. In all fairness, it only got forty reviews total. Yeah, that's true. And they're all from little kid fitches, like Bryan. Ryan, bald. People who cry crying or next film tale as old as time. Through life as a thick Brown ago. Mom that paints like Pollock. And then one day Julie Andrews shows up and says, you're the God, damn Princess of Genova starring. Everyone's favourite and Hathaway, two thousand one's the Princess diaries, not seen as either this is one of those that will come on TV and I'll leave it on, if I'm putting my makeup on. Yeah. But other than that, like, why on that posters awful or Anders only took it because they're singing voice. Remember he had polyps sing anymore. She had to make a living. Yeah. A tough one now do. All right. So dumb. Yeah. All right. Let's see. I can't. I know I how is it? I know Anne Hathaway would hate me, and never stop vomiting, if we ever had sex, why do I know that I've ever met her because because I hate her, and I don't know why either was she gives those dopey speeches, whenever she win something. It's very breathy. Remember, it's always like I just I just and she wouldn't even not have sex with you. She wouldn't even look at you because you don't exist in that frigate Princess that she lives in. I need coaching make this Anne Hathaway comparison. You know, I feel like we're so dumb as human beings that we're just we're always like a sucker for jaw line. So, like when Michael avenue turns out to be the worst human being ever borne. But he's got a great jaw line. And he starts popping up on like CNN like, listen to that guy that guy. Look, if he runs in twenty twenty got my based on his jaw line. And so we. Thing we go that guy. Clooney abernathy. What you're talking about. Yeah. In the double chin, Pedo, don't know nothing over that Anne Hathaway kinda has that look like oh, she knows look at her face. She, it's old God-given. It's whatever bones. Whatever unearned confident the confidence of us, we give her some credit right? As early earned it. What she'd done? I know pretty good. Last miserable. There's a look, there's a look that some people have that makes when they pull up to a microphone and say, nothing. Everyone goes. That's good. That's good. Let's competent. Right. Okay. What did reviewers see this movie and say, terrific? So she was like, pulled. They do that thing every once in a while. Like I dunno king Ralph or something or moon over Parador the person out of New Jersey. They put them in the castle with the hippie mom. Oh, it was so gross, who has hippie mom who paints anybody who's a hippie Mahmoud paints to just kill them. So that whole montage where they don't know what end of the fork to hold like holding. No used to fork you hold the hand. Like, okay. They're not from a different time planet. Trying on the for the ball ride appropriate to mean sisters, which by the way, there are so. Yeah, why did I see this so many times, I the long tables horrified by the by the fork thing, but one person appreciates your Plukett? And does the saves us my shrimp fork to all right? I'm for I don't know. I feel like I'm protecting a small lead, nothing. I'm gonna play conservative. I don't know seventy people generally, like all right? I'm locked in. Everyone locked in right? I give a slight bump for being Disney movie. It's for kids or teens or whatever, but I have not I never heard anything about this. So I give it a forty. That was the bump. A bad movie. Okay. I have no idea. But Tuli Andrews. I said, fifty two Julianne Rueda, horse L. L nicest, that it's terrible. I want sixty I just went fresh barely. Ranting and raving. I'm Jay hate it. I know that I don't know. I just seventy five I don't know. We got everything. She was so confident. You bet. A coach yourself. Fifty five fifty two sorry. Princess. Diaries is rotten. That forty seven. Ryan needed that, boy, I can't ended up losing two guys who are ball when you did beat cancer. You could also. Beautiful bang, our final film. Toughest Bill yet features. The most important Queen of them all the one that moves everywhere, the one that no player wants to lose, especially that, nutjob Bobby Fisher. Joe Montana, and Ben Kingsley star in a film about the battle over a boy's talents in nineteen ninety three's searching for Bobby Fischer. So. But right has been Kingsley ever been in a movie that he hasn't elevated, I would say he is so good. When he had the diaper Mexa Pat, you have that, that picture me, and Ben Kingsley like backstage, at the up fronts, and New York or whatever. Kingsley. What's that mean Ben Kingsley right there? That picture was mean Ben king's his great, thank. So we were doing the up fronts for spike TV or something Ben Kingsley was gonna be in like, I don't know, the gyp Shen, God, we big sweeping pharaoh kind of or something guys gods. And kings over some, it was, it was some big sweeping exodus, kind of AGIP chin, and we'll figure it out. Anyway. And there was like LL, cool, J, and bunch of guys like that. Like over there. We all had to go out on stage and like, do our RAB and he just sitting alone. He just sitting alone and no one's talking like everyone's scared to talk to them and everything else. And. I said over there and talked to him, and I just went over there, and I said. I know your big movie actor and you probably haven't got a lot of stage time. So this is probably pretty intimidating for you, but I'm a comedian and I live on stage, so I probably got some butterflies in your stomach about now. You probably feeling pretty nervous about, you know, working a state with, with an audience, again, you're a TV movie guy. Not alive got. So if you want a tip, so he went, and he started playing along like he's like, what should I do? Well, you gotta face the audience face that on it. Okay. What else I don't blink a lot. You know that a let them know you're gonna be nervo