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"This is Jason J. Louis the Voice of Superman on Justice League action to smarten Wayne. Remember when you're listening to the crypt on reports and you're listening to fun. It's all things for tell you podcasting superman in answer. We discussed teams cartoon shows and find us on facebook instagram youtube and twitter the as planned and several Ground Korea. Hello Tyler I think we just had a religious experience in my heart take it maybe tell them about it. I'm just as the tears. I met another superman. Yeah we met him as a family met another even and judging by my mom's probably thinks I'm crazy because we all know and he'd never listen to this podcast. I can say anything freely. I worship Superman. Did you know that. Yeah it's the cause of cows is the colts of cow. We've met another one of our prophets. That's right dear listeners. We got to meet Tom. Welling and more evanger. I keep forgetting like I was so overwhelmed by beating Tom Tom that she was there too. I mean she supergirl Tom. My Favorite Superman Michael Rosenbaum. which is your favorite favorite? I love that man so it was great whether we'll Columbus and get our Patriot taking it is on our social media sites. It's a beautiful photo. You'll notice my beautiful beautiful children in my beautiful wife looking smashing. And in that chart to the side me sending over there next to Laura don't want ever but it was a great time. The CON was cool. It was a fun time. The picture was a little stressful. Just because it was at the end of the day and the children they were ready they were ready to be done. We scheduled to be the last thing we did before we left but they were waiting in line all that time and then yeah and then by the time we got up there he knows Salman Ansi. He didn't WanNa sit still for the picture. Thank God Rosenbaum. was there. 'cause we were trying to get some into standstill and Solomon wouldn't so Michael Rosenbaum just grabbed him around the waist and pulled them in and held him still the picture right to. It wasn't hesitant and so today. We put the picture in a frame on our wall fandom family fandom because we got our picture Assam as a baby with another Moa that we have the picture from last year of all four of us with Momoa and then we have our picture with Ray Park which is just you me. And then we have our smallville photo. Today my mom was over in Solomon's point talk to announce lex Luther Superman and she's again. My Dad could care less. He's like whatever but you know he gives me crap like yeah so it'd be deal but we all know if my dad met John Wayne he'd probably crap his pants but I mean and now it'd be more female John Wayne back back when he was live. Hell there any changes myself but it just funny to look at Johnny and pictures and a really cool copper face statue and stuff all that he gives me like crap about my superman the cost. That's so that was really cool. Experience Rosenbaum seemed to be a really cool dude. I suspected he was but we were getting ready to leave there at the end and I will never forget like. He was so enthralled by sailor he was like. Can I get a hug. And if you know my daughter which many of you don't Sailor is She never hugs anybody. Strong I understand. Yes she's he's a force of nature She's not about lovey. dovey stuff kisses hugs with anyone but she leaned right on in and gave Rosenbaum the biggest guest hug as surprised all of us and she goes to the door will like supergirl. Costs you burger. We're GONNA come in and say that maybe we can you. USA Command say supergirl and that's example of her stubbornness She just looking at us. deadpanned like she's to go on sixteen you. You WanNa say something and say they'll say I was super girl. Uh but also what was cool we got to meet Teddy Sears. Who you might know he played zoom hunters alleman on flash season two? He was awesome guy got to chat with him. I knew more about his back catalogue of work. I think in some fancy interact with got to discuss a couple of things and that was was great. He was really approachable guy. I really fun to talk to you. Very Nice Andrew POW who is butch slash. Solomon Grundy on Gotham then he was fun and entertaining like that like that guy won't be over a likeness butch. Yep but now but but now I I will look more into his stuff because he was he was awesome now he was great with our kids to Solomon as you guys know. His name is element so he absolutely loves the character Solomon Grundy because they have the same name so Solomon was so excited to interact with drew and drew's like Oh my Gosh you've got my name A-man like it was really cute adorable. That was a great time. And now we are to superman down last year and got to meet Dean. CAIN this year's Tom Averaging one year yes so next you know the next one on the list is whoever can meet But if I had my pick I wanna let me Brandon routh. I missed him. Metropolis last year will technically last calendar year so to celebrations ago But Yeah He. He's the one I'm I mean. I'm not going to turn down meeting Superman. Super Bowl are awesome. The mall that had to my picture collage but yeah. I do have to have an honorable mention here because I would. I would be remiss if I did not say something something but anyway we gotta take all these pictures with all these awesome super people super like how did that we also gotta take our picture with Mister Carey was and he was a peach. That guy was super sweet. Super Sweet probably hands down one of my best celeb- experiences ever and if you're like who is that most most notable most. Yeah most known for Ebbing Robin Hood and Robin Hood. Men In tights Wesley for the Princess Bride. And of course Dr Gordon from Salt. But anyway man was. It's absolutely amazing. Loved sale to. I don't know what it is about that. This shuzo magnet of amazement halfheartedly but he took time with us and talk to us and stuff and he was very genuinely sweet. Sweet Dude so I had to say something about him just because he's amazing so it was a great time and look forward to our next family adventure to meet a superman. Yes hey if you're enjoying this podcast we'll see you should check out. Some of the other podcasts. At Southgate has to offer especially if you're really into comics like we are checkout route capes in lunatics. Sometimes you'll find me when I'm not too busy. Saving the World Nuff said Superconductivity Cape Some limitation has the side cakes. Sodas will we'll check out those feeds as well as titans talk to get all your DC comic needs or marvel there to welcome to the Krypton report. We got a lot of off. Might talking today a lot of good points. So we're just GONNA Kinda my Mr James Colo.. We're here and I were discussing this bright and early morning is we're recording kinda early here in the cold wonder wasteland of Ohio so first thing real quick we were discussing housing for everybody Just how Great Jim. Lee's artwork is as we're discussing his new fifty. Two Justice League League image the first one that they released where it has the Justice League standing there where we got the first glimpse cyborg. We were just discussing. How he he drew wonder woman with pants and then she never had pants in the new fifty two that was literally the image that stuck out about not to wonder woman and she never had pants and he drew her so well like the costume? Looks Great I mean I mean I really liked how they did the silver and the red. You know even even the red kind of as a full-body a a corset or something You know is still kind of looked like it was a armored type thing you know and and yeah and the silver looked really good. I don't think you know it's always been gold for the most part that I think the silver actually they look pretty good Something new in it and it didn't. It didn't hurt the look of the character. It was just it was very interested in. Oh you know clear Jim Lee's fantastic so I mean he is and that's that's what they did this and then do anything else so but it's just kind of funny but we're not here to talk about wonder woman and all that fun stuff as much as we would like to another powerful woman. We're we're here to talk about. We talk about super grow. The current closest super series. We have since crypt don rest in peace crypt on. It is just like yeah. Filling our discussing watchmen. And he's like I hope it lasts did then we were talking about pennyworth things like well. Pennyworth is getting a season two so it'll be tied with Krypton. Aw in ten episodes if it's ten episodes a season than it's GonNa. It's GONNA be exactly tied with John so I'm just like me. I need to finish washing aging pennyworth. Just I'm just like me chromosome good season two. It was it. hit the ground running and it. It's just. It's just a shame that you know it was on sci-fi which is notorious for cancelling shows but also you know for just producing content that it doesn't get to monetize that well you're absolutely correct. So but what is life mean. That's what they gave. Take a great series of disappointments with some some levity thrown in there once in a while. No no no. I don't look at life that way. This is very true so sad here but I know I mean James is absolutely rightly be happy and take what we get and sometimes we just. I don't know we just don't get what we want and were teas- so much goodness speaking of teas. Did you see the photo that Jason Momoa released for continuing the released. The Snyder cut spoilers for anyone. You haven't seen the photo it shows. That steppenwolf was defeated effort. Between wonder woman and Aquaman Opperman basically spearing Steppenwolf while a portal boom tomb open in the background and were dark side was supposed to come through so which is interesting. One thing is interesting. I'm wondering how much like of the background background is completed for that votto or what because that's different than the boom tubes they gave us. It almost makes me wonder if they changed changed. The boom tubes In Post after Zack left to be coming down like that as to as opposed to say. Oh yeah that's coming down from another world it's not exactly like a boon to always appear sideways. Yeah it always appeared flat it almost. It looked flat flat until somebody actually entered it or came out of it and it. It's a worm hole between dimensions. It's not like A. It's not like a a direct portal from another planet. You know what I mean so it didn't come straight down from one place to another so that did did bug me in the movie. I was like well. I mean something different. But that's not what they that's not what the boom tubes have always been so and after that image it makes me wonder like because and I thought about it when they had mentioned that image of the Justice League looking up and seeing dark side through the boom into power they see dark side through that boom tube unless they're like directly underneath it in dark side is like looking down at them or or something like so the fact that they could see dark side looking up at this large circle portal. That's actually actually facing them in sky make good see dark side exactly. So that's our I feel like we. I just think have a segment on here called Justice League News Hashtag release the Snyder Cut. I mean people out there like a good over it. Well you know what it'd be one thing if it was just one of those like. Oh it's rumored but there's so much evidence we've seen so much we know it's exists in some form the constantly have people who on the film coming out and saying stuff so it's not like it's a dead movement it's a continual movement so it's still still growing it's being picked up by more and more creatives in the industry it's being picked up by mainstream media outlets to to spread. You know that this Hashtag released the Snyder cut movement is still growing the people who created this. I have paid to put up billboards of this in San Diego and New York like an paid to paid to be where they are to try and make this thing happen. Those billboards have to cost a lot a a lot of money so if these people are willing to put that out to be able to get the movie released like these are people who are going to see the movie as many eight times as possible in the box office when it's released. I know if it's released in the box office. I'm GonNa go see that movie five times in the theater. Oh Dude I'll go tyler. Well I gotta go to work at noon but I'm GonNa hit Justice League before head into office right Tyler Mike. I'm spending I'm taking the weekend and I'm going to Columbus and me Tyler and Brian are GonNa go see the Justice League Friday Saturday and Sunday did your head you what did you do. I saw just asleep. What else no I saw justice league? I walked out of the theater. I bought a ticket and I went back in my mom. That's what my brother took my dad. Oh so you just went in Westchester. Yeah yeah support the cause man like I told I looked up the times. Said you be here at this time. I'll watch it with you. I looked at the times I saw this next. I told this next person you be here this time and I saw with them and then you know then. I told this next person to be here at this time so I spent ten hours today in a theater watching Justice League. Yeah exactly and people are like. Oh but hey you know what. It's what we want but moving on we we love no we we we love it we hope for it. So that's all we can do. Yeah on the hope for the best support the cause hope springs eternal. Well it's kind of what supergirl and Superman Stan for exactly. And that's I mean that's what we can do so on that note. We're GONNA pop in James. Do you have your lovely summary prepared for us today. Yes yes I do James. Why don't you go ahead and take it away? supergirl season five episode Five Dangerous Liaisons Lina experiments on Malefic to duplicate his mental inception. Power Malefic cooperates after Lena promises to help him overcome his Inhibition to kill John Jones but Lena reneges and uses the power to keep him in captivity. Kara in William pursue leads to an assassin named rip roar who William believes killed his friend. Russell Rogers rip roar steals the laser weapon from an army base and uses it to launch a devastating flood though supergirl. John and Dreamer are able to prevent mass ask casualties. It is revealed that rip roar is Rogers knows Andrea and his under control of Leviathan instead of the Rojo Spam late as William had theorized Andrea launches her VR product the Andrea launch of her. Vr Product is successful zestful where day only confronted a simulation Andrea that he made when Andrea is in her limousine her connections with Leviathan are revealed when when she is visited by the elderly representative who informs Andrea about what happened to rip roar. All right. That was a great breakdown thinking. Thank you James. We always appreciate your contributions of that because frankly it just it's amazing was so much watch. Yeah it's a fun. It's fun Introduction since Krypton keeping you know synopsis and everything that happens things in talking points. Yeah I mean we take detailed notes and we watch these shows but sometimes you know we forget we are human and we have shoulder. You're like emphasize that people realized we have children. Because that takes up so much of my time like James We're supposed to record yesterday but Solomon Solomon was real sick and of course he don't feel well and who does he want Daddy Daddy Daddy Daddy. I'm like okay buddy like mad. Nothing much yeah yeah we can. We can always get this out. I mean we you know we like to try and keep it. Keep it as as consistent as possible but Family comes first. We love doing this. And putting it out for you guys but We have children and they have needs. And that's what that's what's important. We listen. Listen to podcasts as well so yeah so we do the best that we move forward. That is our life's mission. So this episode okay. I wrote my notes. I have been watching all the terminator movies he's Brian. I just went and saw dark fate and show and I even got Solomon Watch termeer salvation and Terminator Genesis assists with me I let him because there are pg thirteen. I know what he can hand and how is it. Tensions band goes and those ones aren't quite Core in quite like gruesome death filled like one two isn't as bad but they're packed tomorrow. Action attention more modern movie I really especially salvation like he liked because of like the different robots and stuff in the way it was but anyways I say that because this introductory ad that does just reminds me of something I had seen like. They're about to Salat Sky Net and take over the world. Are you plugged in. Are you ready obsidian North Lake. I'm just like and every every day I'm just more and more like yeah. How are the how have not the machines rose up and killed us yet? But that's another story. 'cause I'm just like it's going to happen but so that's how I felt watching this. They're they're add very interesting interesting at the beginning and we ended really interesting. Okay so last episode Kara is working with Doomsday. Is What I want to call him. But that's not his name on this William and it'd be awesome if they just connected he actually it's doomsday. I could write a whole back story. I got this guy's and what I find fascinating is that she she can't tell Neha what's going on and I know that's like That might be disrespectful to William that Ninos but let's let's just face it that your supergirl Nia keeps your secret Ed. She's dreamer and you guys all work as a covert team. And you're telling me that you can't tell her. Don't tell me that you know this is what's going on. Yeah well you know. What's what should be good after this is? They realized that that it couldn't be Andreas plan couldn't be robust. Plan because It would it would take out for it would take out of city in north It would take out their manufacturing hub and it would take out you know the largest population centers of the world and they would lose billions so they kind of chalk it up to like while she wouldn't she wouldn't eliminate her entire You know her entire life's work for for this so like maybe moving forward you know it would be something that hopefully they don't just be like Oh Niyaz like you. You know you lied to me you couldn't you couldn't tell me. And then she gets all mad because that would just be annoying. That would just be stupid. CW dramatic irony. Well it one way I want to say no like I think neo better than that but but in another way I want to say. I hope she isn't and I say that before he gets mad at me. Okay I just did an episode of the air overs podcast thing with Phil Lilith and we were just discussing All the CW shows. And I said You you know my my biggest thing right now is I think supergirl supporting cast Scott too big that we're losing supergirl supergirl we're losing some of what makes the show because we have all these other characters that we are trying to deal with and I think that it's hurting the series And I think I think it's interesting. That dreamer has carried over compared to in other series where they've had somebody and they've have kind of been one and done yeah and I think that's interesting. Yeah that doesn't that doesn't continually happen. We know a lot of people within flash and ARROW Sometimes that have the showed showed up in a season and then by the end of the season gone or after the season. They're just GONNA they're not back. Yeah I mean you know flash we we got a long game and Ralph you know. He's he's been around now for a couple of seasons. This is what his thirteen. And I love Ralph but we also lost Eddie and Ronnie you know we we league rematch. We've lost wally. Yeah we lost wally too. So I mean Jesse quick. And she's on another earth but issue or she did well now say she probably did now. The idea is that they were able to move things around and I feel like that's something that's it's greatly missing on supergirl is. We have not done that in a while. We have not gotten back to to that and I think that if maybe they found a way to write out dreamer or something Not that I hate the character. I just feel that some characters doctors show up on a series. They're great for so long and then well and isn't then she supposed to have her in the future or is it one of her descendants in the future the Phil Phil Lewis suggested a Film will like those rugrats fans out there suggesting never put that together. I've said it before but teapot. Aw You know they suggested why not have her and Brady take off and go to the future together and that would be great you you know county this thing with the future. Let's Kinda put supergirl back in the cage in the in the in the way that like let's isolate here. Let's let's get rid of the d the else can I break. Did her support system and for example for all you guys out there supernatural fans. James and I are big supernatural fans. We're actually going to a supernatural podcast. Probably starting in the fall or summer a surprise surprise But if you look at that show a season seven is where they stripped down and changed it. You know seen seven spoilers for a seven-year series series season. They killed off. Bobby they destroyed. Bobby's house the Junkyard and put the winchesters on the and then in season eight they got the bunker which they had the bunker that long Yang crazy crazy right. I still remember seven and six like it was yesterday but I say that because it was like they not reboot up but they retooled the show during during the show they gave some fresh life. We got fresh life. We moved the but I feel like the kind of run. Its course you know we've got. We fresh it up with John. Let let's get into John more as an investigator like him as A. Aw helping people as a private investigator. Let's get into that and supergirl you know Let's let's focus maybe her more Acapulco and alleviate the. Do something to kind of shift in change. That's kind of what part of my hopes are for crisis. It is a suffering of the universe to where we can change things up and Just kind of move forward you know. Yeah with crisis I mean there's a potential there's potential for people to to be To be eliminated did potential for people to you know change time periods. There's a line as Earth's merged that kind of stuff there is a lot of potential and I'm not What's the word I'm not against anything happening? I'm just not getting my hopes up for any particular like all my gosh and crisis but this is gonNA happen. I'm just GonNa Kinda let it all slide because You know I don't know if it happened so I'm behind on on Tuesday. Night shows two episodes behind on flashing Arrow. Which I'M GONNA train catch up on today But I heard that Somehow Mia in William Liam come to the past in not sure how they accomplish that or whatever but as I'm reading Crisis Crisis crisis in Paris 'cause I'm two hundred pages into crisis unintended Earth's out of three three hundred fifty something pages threat. He's really at all he's taking it all. Yeah I actually. I'm I'm looking at up real quick to twenty four out of Think three fifty nine. Yeah James is the man so I got a month one month to finish it up. I'll be done before them. but I know the earth's are merging like time becomes unstable so all of time overlaps as well so like like future and the past are are all merged with the present so like all these characters are involved so I see like that that somehow of of how they would bring me a into the current time line and and You know move forward with their green Arrow arrowing canaries Show but I don't know how they have done it yet in the show I will say this So ganea and I were discussing. This is kind of related but just like how sailor is so independent and like just like like a tough girl. She's just like no I can't do it or whatever like she's just like no Daddy. I got this and I was like man so like I was just joking. Jamea me about this whole thing. If I could see the future like Salman has such a sweetheart you know he so compassionate and like carrying a nice man I I can see like in the future. Solomon ask out some girl and she says no one's kind of mean to him and then I got a call from the principal about my daughter beating up like four girls and thrown. You know like and I go to school and I'm like what happened. I'm saying and I was like I picture. Sailor being like MIA in Solomon be like William Little Bit more timid quiet really smart and sailors being like a fight. I'm all right shoulder. uh-huh she's already liked fearless jumping from things flipping. She's like trying to leap off her bunk bed. And I'm like Oh my God and And I hope that sticks with her. OKAY SO DO I. Because I'M GONNA I'M GONNA go off on that I'm GonNa take that and go off on my own thing here. My kids are similar Jimmy you know. He's he's the older brother he's I mean my son is he's high functioning but you you know he's incredibly compassionate and he's very smart like he gets he he he will give everything over to his sister and now oh that them being almost ten and eleven here very very soon she has gotten to the point where she understands that and she takes advantage of that not in a good way but but anyways that's not what I was trying to say back in the day when she was young she just learned to walk and she was following around around all the boys because she was the only girl my son my exes sister's sons my sister's sons shoes the only girl she was chasing around she was running around with the boys she was getting dirty with the boys choice shoes punching hitting she was fighting around she didn't she didn't cry for nothing she was tough and now oh she is a little princess she is girly girl for the longest time she cried about everything and so I'm like what happened to the tough little girl who would beat up the boys would now you're just so I guess I hope she I hope she maintains that doesn't go doesn't turn around and be a little princess trying to try to like be that like wonder we'll we'll we're your princess yeah I told I told Bella like you can love all the only stuff I said but toughen up what you were before you be a pretty pretty girl and address and kick somebody's ass man we'll never see it coming exactly but no I Korea like you know you're watching kids and Salem right now what's interesting is like she's really she's really picked up on supergirl and Harley I guess she's like she'll she loves her superhero costume and say I super girl or she'll be like and I'm like Oh okay very cool that's cool with you know but it's just funny what kids do sometimes But back to Super Bowl episode you know what I assume. superbowls actually is one of the shows that I the kids will watch anything with me but like supergirl and flash like our family shows and Batman's one gene I watched together In the kids watch but like supergirl flasher definitely like the ones we watch as a family and I liked them to see the characters especially for sale at a C. supergirl. But you know right. Yeah the three. I've I've been able to keep up on his bat woman supergirl and black lightning. I liked black. Lightning seasons really good and Solomon Lakes black leading to Abidjan's black lightning on so cool but all that to say it's important that kids watch good stuff so yes sir. DC content shoved down their throats. So Phil Lamar as Malefic. We actually get to see him. I'm happy with that. Look I knew I said I wanted Phil Morris to be malefic just because I wanted to see see a scene of my three Marsha man hunters but so you're watching it as I say Jimmy closure quick. She's okay. She just listened to him talk and she's like he said like two words and she's like that Jon Stewart. I'm like yes it is yes it is 'cause John Lewis John Stewart from just sleep like that is a cartoon like it's time list so I liked it. It's him I like going out. I think it's is kind of crazy the extent of just where Lena is She is just completely broken down she's angry. She's she wants to control emotion of humans. Like that's that's some psycho stuff you know. Jimmy's officially gone now. So what's going to happen you know. Yeah Lena's going full-on on Fallen Evil Man. She's you know she has her her What what's the word? I'm looking for her noble intentions. She doesn't want people to lie in hurt each other anymore. Because I mean that's that's human nature when you get to the point where you wanna just completely alter like human nature free will like you've crossed into like super ability ability. Yeah and and exact exactly. That's the thing there you know alter free. Will you know when you say a human nature you know people are going to fight in an unfortunately kill There are bad choices. Voices that people make their bad people in their bad choices that people make and she wants to eliminate the the choice Tom You don't you don't have to be that way you don't have to make those choices You know I've never. Yeah I've never chose to you know I've never chose to kill my fellow man rutten and fights and stuff before but also I've I'm not it one to initiate fights. You know what I mean. They're at That is a last resort when it comes to that so I mean I have. We have the choice to be bad people. Yeah but we don't you know that's that is what makes us us mean the choices that we make is what gives us the ability to be good or not. She's basically trying to. She's basically trying to create the anti life equation through inception means means you now. That is a really good the idea. That's one thing I'm that's one thing I'm hoping for you know. Just just actually talking about talking it out right now. That's one thing I maybe. We hope for in the next season of supergirl or something. This this idea of eliminating free will The anti life equation quesion. Perhaps we will get some Granny goodness and female fury's to go up against supergirl next season. Dude Dude. That's okay so that's what I originally thought when they were bringing in The old Leviathan Lady. She she might have been a granny or something Oh this granny no. She was Leviathan. I'm okay and I do like that. In this episode we actually get some reference to Leviathan again you know and it's just so weird because they're bringing Leviathan in two supergirl. which is I mean? It's brand new. In the commerce clause was Leviathan issue. Six isn't even out yet unless I missed it somehow but I'm pretty sure now that that was not out yet that would have blown up everything on my You know my accounts and everything about who is Leviathan. Because it hasn't been revealed yet so it's not even over like event Leviathan isn't even over and it was just starting when supergirl went on break. So here we are. They're already doing this so I'm just kind of like it's kind of a big deal. You know yeah In might I say like I have to say that. Event Leviathan has been written fairly elite. Good for having five issues of people standing around and asking the question who's Leviathan. Are you Leviathan. No you're not Leviathan. Whose Leviathan so? It's been fairly well written for having five issues of people asking the same question and nothing happening. Yeah I mean. They attacked Jason Todd because they thought he was Leviathan. which I thought was crap because I thought that was just too easy of a target? Forget like I don't like the new Red Hood. I'm sorry I know. His name's the Red Hood. I preferred Morris the red helmet. I don't like this very the mortal Kombat looking Red Hood thing like I feel like sub zero call to needs his mass SPEC. So getting back you know. There's some stuffing. He does pretty dumb when like they're investigating. Andreas Room and William gets on the computer. And I'm just like like that's that's easy to do right. There Hackett Hacker Tech Geniuses. Computer Dirk. Yeah that was my first indications like maybe Williams not straight about some stuff but well this episode you know he kinda it Kinda goes where he is. He's doing this investigation all on his own. This isn't like this isn't a journalist thing Like this is personal. His his buddy who we find out it ends up being rip. You're right Tom Price to you like not after no show they show the guy and then they show rip roar even though he's like I thank What's his name Ray on DC TV. He put it perfect like He. Looks like Robocop doc exactly or like old version of cyclops so But you could tell I mean as soon as you saw like the lower half of his face you saw his mouth and everything I was like that's GonNa be. That's GonNa be his buddy okay first of all Jean junior genius. And I've had this discussion a lot like if I was a masked hero and unless I'm wearing a full on lake mass like Spiderman or something she going to know it's me okay. It's like green lantern. You don't think I could see I could recognize you just because it can't see your cheekbones. You know so why is going to be like tyler. What are you doing okay? So I'm saving Columbus Man. What do you mean what am I doing? So let's assist that out there so yeah for him. This is his best pal like a is best powders come walking out and be like who are you. What are you doing here I just be like? Why are you were in a costume? Like you know like I have friends. We've dressed up and done dumb stuff. Okay I knew it was them you know. Well I mean. He walked into his buddy's house. That door was cracked open. Maybe the maybe it was busted off the the the latch And then his apartment was a disaster. You know he probably knows that his buddy doesn't keep an apartment like that so he would think that something happened. Something went wrong and then you see some guy in a crazy costume come out. Maybe you're I you know maybe your first thing would be like. Hey Dude what are you doing like but yeah okay. I'll I'll let it slide James. Okay I'll let it slide but still I'm just like man like it. Just sucks is his friend and Abbas almost would have preferred more of actually being another character. Who's being controlled by Leviathan? Mind you like that's an interesting thing. was in maybe Levite Ooh your thought of because I don't know why didn't put this together and I feel stupid but leading the Leviathan takes out a spiral. Dao Argus Yeah the majority of the organisers intelligence and espionage organizations around the world so they could take out the. Do in this and that's what could get us away from the Leviathan takes over wipes is it out right. That's a possibility. Yeah could be away. That they're that they're going with it it would that would help to retool Retool supergirl Leviathan. Takes down the. do it would be cool. Yeah I don't have any idea like what more but I don't need any more. Well we don't know much we don't know much about anything of Leviathan from the comics. And then we I know even less about Leviathan In the show but here in the show they they may pat eve the entire time so even back through her lex luther days They had eve They have Andrea row house. Yes yes Andrea Row Haas In in her family perhaps her attack you know they have to be involved in obsidian north. virtual reality The overtake of the world. Yeah I mean if you have plugged into virtual thing about it I can see everyone's going to be on obsidian north virtual reality and then That's when Lena's going to to her. Qa thing yeah yeah so the curious thing everybody through obsidian north right. Yeah we so there. There's a connection between little Lina but if Andrea is part of Leviathan Leviathan. Sent report to. So what he does in this is he breaks into A military base to Lexus Vault and steals one of Lexus cannons and then he breaks into another place and he steals Some kind of fusion generator or something. And by combining the two it creates a cannon that can fire a blast that's one hundred times hotter than the center of the Sun and he goes as rip roar he goes goes to an Antarctic research. Base located over the largest subterranean lenient lake in the world and uses the Cannon and fires it into that lake and boils the lake creates rates A huge geyser spewing out billions of gallons of water every second and creates a tidal wave that is heading towards the entire west coast of the country. But what is Leviathans goal here by I. What are they doing trying to eliminate half the population on the planet with this with this move of the of creating a flood and destroying and melting Antarctica? Right like but what but also like I mean. Obviously a situation like this they would. They would have many many balls in the air they would have a lot of goals Many outlets to achieve different goals and obsidian North Andrea row house. Being being one of them but also you know that elimination of of part of the population. So there's a they have a lot of different goals but some of them seem counteractive to to another coming from this episode so we don't know much about them but what are they trying to do. Exactly it's what is their goals. Because I mean do they have any clear goals not yet. I mean they have control of Andrea Row Haas. And she's she's got obsidian which is going to connect the world over They 'cause they mentioned that it's GonNa accomplish what Lex Luther did it or cutting so so is that them. Did they have a connection to Lex or is that just you know keeping tabs on lex right you know I would think more of keeping tabs on what Lex is doing because Lex isn't quite the follower I don't think he'd I don't think he joined Leviathan without a plan to rise to the top. That that's the LEX Luther. I know exactly lex. Luther doesn't join any team Legion of doom. What have view without either being the leader or having a away to rise to the top agreed so it makes me wonder more about how much he knew what he knew? Did he leave any kind of message. Message for Lita about Leviathan in the Journal. He saw how he codes things. So yeah yeah but all right. What else happened in this episode? Anything else exciting. Let's see the one thing I'm not chair life. You have a tidal wave. That's the one thing I'm not sure of like a tidal wave that supposed to smash the entire west coast of the country it was like coastal because the way they talked it sound like it was going to be like east coast in west coast or like Japan Lee everything coastal you know and I was like okay. Okay yeah they said that. The the impending flood from the geyser from the ocean would flood would start flooding coastal cities within twelve minutes. That's how much water was coming out. But then some dot com. That's a lot of water. But then they said that the the The explosion from the geyser caused a tidal wave that was heading towards the West Coast which is where national all city is located That it was heading towards the West Coast and they said what part of the West Coast and they said the entire thing so it's like at least like Washington Canada or Washington. You know all the way down to Mexico like that is a massive tidal wave and somehow dreamer like. I don't know what she did. They did not elaborate. She just did it. Her power has not been elaborated of currently. She's pretty powerful. If that's the case because says I mean berry berry ran at supersonic speeds and traveled in time to prevent tidal wave. Superman super girl have in the past created a canal underwater to stop a tidal wave have frozen a tidal wave like have used heat vision in turned into steam and eliminated a flood like so. They've done some pretty a huge things to do to to stop a tidal wave in dreamer just Kinda like whipped her dream powers out and brushed it away away. Yeah I feel like some of the stuff. They don't keep well enough track of like like they don't have like a meter gauge of the powers of the characters because they yeah what they WANNA do But yeah so I mean the other thing was brain put on the spider like the spider host. Just things they aliens and yeah like the alien parasite thing and that was kinda funny cool aficion but it was. It was something that was cool though. What was it? was it Was the keyword Keanu reeves a man one can think of it and I can't believe something hotshot. Yeah it was. It was a good time watch brady yet like Postel. It was Pop Quiz Hotshot. That's what it was from point break point pop quiz hotshot so point break much sums up this episode. I mean it was good. I enjoyed it. I like certain storylines more I would like to see. I don't know I just I will see some things develop with supergirl more. She just seems like he's just kind of coasting like what's her story line. You know I want. I'd actually like to see her quick Kako. She's involved right now. Kinda so the William Investigation. Her friendship with Lena In her working at Casco under Andrea. Ross it all it all connects back to You Know Mala Thick and Leviathan so. She's just she's just on the outside. You know not knowing what's going on on yet you know she. She's she hasn't been able to connect the dots and that's kind of like I say I would like I just want some change up on something because I feel like the cat coast story kind of is it's changing especially with Andrea. What's maybe mix mix it up a little bit? But any other final thoughts James Lena successfully mapped in copied metaphysics inception powers in this episode She she he. She makes a deal with with Malik about removing his mental block. That would allow him to kill John. Jones which she she openly agrees to lied about Because her goal here is to stop people from hurting one another but but she she copies those powers and she manages to inset Mala Thick and and keep him locked up prisoner owner so that's quite a move us the his power q hugh waves and everything to take over in US Andrea to control the world. It would be yeah. She basically like recreated obsidian north contacts to use the q waves to in Septem-. That was pretty cool. Talk to smart scary. Yeah she's she's able to accomplish a lot and kind of makes it seems is like may underutilized. Her if she's able to do this like makes it seem like they underutilized her until they wanted to make her until they wanted to put her into villainous role. Yeah I think sometimes it's just like the motivation behind something You know they She's angry it's wrong but that is the episode dangerous liaison. Let us know what you thank your listeners. Hit US up on our social media and remember doc look up in the sky. If you're an Amazon shoppers remember you can go to South Gate Media Group DOT com. There's a portal log into Amazon and you shop into your account as regular but it also helps keep southgate.
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You can leave us a message at eight eight eight six three four one seven four four yeah. We're talking two years ago. The there's a lot of electric yield comedy in cartoons and stuff like that any electric eel talk anymore Joe Coy in studio obviously coming in hot funny stand up special on net flicks. It is out it is it is it is half stand up special this half rock concert when you do brea Improv induced sixteen shows there yeah. How do you wack that up? I don't know how do you spread it out over over. How many days you spread six two weeks tonight and I start on a Wednesday start on Wednesday yeah? What is it give the schedule to Wednesday Thursday three one Wednesday to Thursday yeah? That's what it is one Wednesday to Thursday Thursday to Friday Saturday Sunday wow then and then it goes into the following week and that is a big club yeah. It's crazy man so that club Kobayashi is talking shit about Joey. Chestnut cheating has joe Kobe was unbeatable for about three years or something and then chestnut came around and has been dominating for the last five years but here's Kobayashi a lot of people seem to think that joey she may be each eating a little bit eating all the food. I figured you'd be the personnel ass personally definitely witnessing cheap one example we were eating for zone <hes> competition yours and he what's going the hardest part teeth across into the box. That was his translator by the way yeah he didn't finish. He's cheater. Oh Kobe. She doesn't need to trend street. I'm from T._M._Z.. Chris Bond from T._M._Z. Empty T._M._Z.. You have a statement to say I have stayed into but the chase it talk Joey Chestnut job at the Jessica Chestnut changed it to Chesa not not that Jesse Choi Dude know how to speak English yeah Jerry Jolly Joey yeah so he hit Achille Life. What say my wife's Gee? That's right to you fuck. Oh my God bless and we're on T._M._Z. Z.. Here we have to hear this. You set it up each show you try to we got them with Joey. Chestnut do shit all the time with the hut do well. He got his own new look. I saw autozone. I saw take across Peut een toll he is so you're saying so we were doing is. He didn't finish the whole Hafer he half zone completely in S._O.. Here saying he keeps her the other half judges yes so joey chestnut. He's a Cheetah is a cheater case and if you just want head to head with Joey Chestnut I will not only written in the head to hit. I will also eat joey's ahead. Oh you'll eat joey took and then proceed to eat joe is ah that's how that's my dead. We will end. That's Tyson ass threats department. I is your now. I don't know a ton about competitive eating. I do know the Nathan's competition which dominated for years is now. They are also conspiracy or the cheating early. What the champion Oh fourth of July Japanese they don't scared of Japanese representing representing the champion over the champion <hes> he said not the white <hes> like that fateful day until December fourth of July yeah they don't want you guys winning so it's a conspiracy conspiracy how white men with the lightest name a chess or not do yeah Gio Jessa Yeah Kobayashi but now you eat ribs right <hes> Leibel ribs it the rebel they it is yeah the ribs it the reds reboot ribs relatively ray poop but rebel barbecue ribs dry hot hot wings hot do hold on hot too hot to we wing drum at Ramat to drop into drama? Ham Drums keys do little trauma center okay case height okay hi I do case it will do say okay so the also had James Okay James Route Jasmina jeopardy's meatball meet up meetable huggies meetable hoagies Hogan's hi. Hey Hi hit me hit. You feel good daddy now talking to you okay so we do the wings you do the dramatic you do the case it is. You'll be all holy. I'm getting hungry. 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Would you like a mountain dew with the now all by twenty five boxes of ground peop- by twenty-five died clogged up at the Detroit the Bible make it how many bibles not around the ground let me just wave some sir. Let me just read this back to you a box of twenty five people in a box of twenty coup okay Pacos. Okay I got Oh del Taco right. That's in the name all right twenty five five twenty Tacos soft-shell or hardshell ticket order to orders at twenty five tidal twenty-five grounded people all right all right twenty five hardship. What are you got a little league team back down one very hungry? Just this for one person okay anyway. It didn't a second older. I hurried up twenty. Fuck it shelf fucking sample okay twenty five twenty five the more on W._B._Z.. HARDSHELL TACKLE SAGA fifty tacos thirty five okay can I I rarely do this. I am the manage. Don't make fifteen dollars Dr. Hey this is I'm going ahead and breaking protocol here but I'm just going to open the door. You just take what you want. Okay greatly appreciate yeah okay. I'm just GonNa Danke car running all move it my friend independent the passenger seat would also like to order each semester a joy that guys opening for Joe coined the prayer and seeing all right. I should take you know it's crazy. That was my first character when you were on a what was the radio show Kayla's X.. Kerala show enroll show that was fifteen years ago yeah. Wasn't it yeah Orton or something yeah oh six yeah. It's coming up on fifteen we were we were talking about that before you came in which is we were just known as the guy who did that. Voice not the comedian Joe Koi. It's great you know Oh you know it's crazy is Danny. Bonnici was guests and he really got mad at Kobayashi I o was he a guest or was he was he doing the show. I don't know it was you it was he was on your show I do you remember told me to rip into two Danny and I did and Ryan remember that do tend to took sort of patriotic angle. How dare you come under our soil and the thing that was kind of remember? I was GonNA fight you these flight you I did have kind of a little blurred reality line what in well I think it would be the relationship that a twelve year old has with professional wrestling. which is you kind of? No it's not real but you're still in the bar all right. Let me hit simply safe simply safe only ten percent of breaking the best our plan only one in five homes have security because most companies said don't make it easy expensive drilling pulling wires. It's a hassle that's why they're simply safe to is in their protect your whole home every window every room every door with twenty four seven monitoring at a fraction of costs and it's just just fifteen bucks a month designed to blend right in your home and it's one a ton of awards it see Net New York Times wire cutter. You can visit them online. It's simply safe S._I._M.. P L I simply safe we all we'll have it. 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Sounds good so remind me I got it written there absolutely well to unlikely allies is have come to the aid of Al Franken people you probably would not have assumed at Fox News reports that the view host Whoopi Goldberg derided the metoo movements rush to judgment for former senator Al Franken Minnesota before his resignation last year and enjoy Bayer even <hes> jumped in as well sheer co host were discussing New York's New Yorker story in which Franken said he regretted his decision to resign amid sexual misconduct allegations. Here's a click clip of Whoopi had to say about a real quick due due process to me is a must because this is what happens people we talk about witch-hunts or he talks about. That's a witch hunt because the metoo movement came up and everything. Everybody said there was no space to say well. Wait a minute. Let's talk about this. You know I think I know and hold onto you. Emails text okay visit you read them anyway. Well so joy boy she referred to it as a political hit in many ways and they are also reflected on Frank <hes> Franken's apology indicating that it was a bad decision because trump doesn't apologize and he's doing just fine yeah the success yeah I agree I al it feels like a sad figure to me. It feel bad for that kind. He shouldn't have done that was all politicized and that was a hit and everything like that joy went full full atom when Meghan McCain said something about the picture and trying to touch Patrick boobs and she said no she was wearing a flak jacket he wasn't tried to touch boop. She was in a flak jacket. Who's that hose and the only like the only problems that she was asleep and he admitted that that was not right but she was a flak jacket? Yeah and I'm fine with all of what Whoopi said and I agree but she should have had the same feelings about judge cavenaugh she should be. You should be consistent and if she's consistent than I'm completely cool with it as long as it's not a political thing. If you need to see you know hearsay you're saying U._N.. Does Not enough to convict people. He did get to do process. They had hearings witnesses who is he was justified yeah he did. I'm just saying the notion of stories just keep coming out like but we don't have any any place we know how many times whenever cooperating witnesses just these stories enough to build the dream on I don't it's not a good place to head down in terms of society and also I don't know that we have a quote to pull from this time last year her saying the same thing you know this is a doesn't have that yeah so the Louisiana Cop who made a threatening facebook post about congresswoman A._F._C. has been fired and so as a fellow officer who liked it so basically the officer Charlie responded posted linked to a bogus news story by the way was not true no the like when someone makes an off color Racia- racial or whatever joke and you laugh. I Dunno trouble you in more but I don't know I feel like that's the online equivalent equivalent to laughing at a polack joke but anyway what did you call here in big trouble travel so it was a spokes news during which was purple purportedly quoted saying troops are overpaid and he wrote this vile idiot needs around and I don't mean the kinds of us to serve referring to our past as a bartender after an internal investigation <hes> police chief off Arthur Lawson both fired both were slowly and the guy who liked the post host law right his last name so I think he knows what he's doing right. She was saying that troops or border. People like earth quote was that the bogus quote apparently was that she didn't say that troops are overpaid and and how do we get the bogus quote. We'll look at the site. It's TATORS GONNA TATE DOT COM. That's not a fan of that website. That's that's where he found this alleged. I don't don't know how we got here but there is a industry of on all sides of political spectrum of just making fake quotes and putting them on yeah pictures and put him out there. I soon a lot of it's like Russian like troll farms that is just assume a lot of information mation from shitty people. They're shocking. I follow snow since the what will you have to the bottom of this. They're just contact. There's there's this fake suspect they'll tell you they'll say this one's a mixture. This is what's about at this is what it isn't. The thing about right and left in this stuff is raising the bottom it is it's also though there you have to think it is something trump or would have ashby on brand which kind of mean persona it's they earned that spot at least in the space of Oh. He would've said that she could have said that hearings up to Mike Tyson. There's nothing crazy enough. They'd be like no way right. I like playing <hes> <hes> well. Meanwhile to New York City police officers are being widely applauded for showing restraint as a group of Harlem residents Dow's with buckets of water through stuff Adam as they made an arrest before he continue. Here's a video. Just you see what we're talking about. They were making an arrest. People are just throwing buckets bucket being they keep tossing buckets of water out on the actual bucket so little breakdown of rule of law aw that's not going to serve our society well the fact where nobody scared of cops and people like physically wrestling with them and doing things to them. It's not it's not good. It's a it's a way to get shot direction. That come got hit. Never the bucket I I wouldn't mind him throwing someone to the ground for them. Scene was obviously caught on video and viral the N._y._p._d.. Chief tarrant Monahan tweeted N._Y._C.'s cops and communities have made remarkable progress together but every New Yorker must show respect for our cops. They deserve nothing less. The officers were arresting a man for disorderly conduct when the community started throwing water at them. No other arrests have been made but the incident is under investigation yeah. Why don't we always see the video? This is what makes me man. It's like we always see the video of the end result right of them being arrested but we can like. Can you show me the video before the can you just show me that we have to have the super edit like right to the ground and being handcuffed the amount that man we're were the rule laws is breaking down. I mean that's the homeless situation. The cops can't do anything. It's the whole Ferguson effect like they just can't. They're scared they don't WanNa get getting film that the the town they don't want the city to burn down. I mean you take a look at you. Take a look at Ferguson. You get this guy the gentle giant teenager he does this like strong arm robbery of liquor. Store on someone who may be opening the brain proffered show he may be a family. He walks in Knox a guy down. It takes just stuff he then he walks down the street. The COP tells them get out of the middle of the street. He's like walking down the middle of the street. He I guess doesn't get out of the middle of the street now they did the grand jury came back and everything he wrestled with the COP. I gun like at some point. The COP came up to them and then they struggle okay. Hey we're GONNA burn the whole fucking city down and cops are scared to get out of the car and we're going to they brought in. I don't know if it's Eric holder or the the justice whatever and they didn't find anything they found ended was as it was the head like they had an eyewitness saying the cop shot him in the back. He didn't shoot him in the back. The Guy lied the they brought it in front of a jury they found dean like on the gun and the fucking consider burned down Obama was like Oh man we we got some bad cops over here in Ferguson. It wasn't bad cops. This guy was a fucking fief. He walked into Liquor Store and rob the liquor store and then a cop showed up little bit later and told them to walking sidewalk this threshold for burning a fucking city down now and then what are the cops opposed to do in this situation like not get out of their car. I guess whatever hate crime riddled neighborhoods you guys at now. We're going to have more crime. There's re more violent crime because cops black lives matter fucking statistical lie. They fucked it all up for these people. Everyone has to go along with black lives matter because we're scared. No one wants we call the racist goes. Okay Black is Maria okay okay statistically that cannot Bo that out at all with they're talking about of course from Daniel shaver gets shot in in Mesa. Who why does it goes? We don't hear about it because it doesn't fit in narrative and more black people are going to get killed because concert is going to go either. I'm not going to be a cop or not going to get on my fucking car. This is not what you're looking for. We need respect for the cops and the the officials who are in charge. The cops can't be scared of the constituency they have to back the cops and they have not backed the fucking cops. Everyone backed off no one no nobody's running on law and order. Everyone's running on prison reform. Everyone's running on fuck. The cops like all all the all the candidates are running on prison reform not law and order so there's just GonNa be more vis people get emboldened. They're just emboldened. It's the same thing in the classroom like they're throwing punches at teachers church and stuff this stuff. We didn't dream of putting our hands on a cop throwing punch at a teacher the stuff that didn't exist it exists it exists now because we've gotten rid of fucking law and order and we've decided that everyone imprisoned like here whoopie whoopie God bless her with Al Franken but when she's talking about people in prison she's like Oh that could have been any one of us any one of us that robbed the bank. Yes it could have been any one of us. WHO's in prison? Stop pretending that everyone imprisons not a fucking criminal hose. A low level offender vendor tried to sell a Dubina fish concert. That's not what that's not. WHO's in prison lot of violent fucking guys in there who committed a lot of crimes? Were letting a lot of them out. We're not enforcing anything. Everyone's living on the street. The cops can go fuck themselves if they if they tell someone if they start packing up so and shit on the street. They'll get sued so you guys WanNa live in the breakdown of law and order. That's that's we're living in. There needs to be oversight and there needs to be bad. Cops pulled out a commission but the answer isn't fucked the police. That's just going to get more people killed. Yes Jesus. No that was great man if they don't want to stay. You're absolutely the whole the whole studio should've went black and just the spotlight on that would amazing the that was so good there there is in effect which is cops. Don't WanNa get involved now. There will be more people poke getting shot and stabbed because why would you get at Cop. Yes all right. I don't know what was the findings on that whole Ferguson for the hands up. Don't shoot no fucking wrestled with a cop and then he got shot. That's how it worked but we don't have that story. That's not that's not how it worked by the way how do I know he wrestled with a cop. 'cause five minutes later. He was wrestling with the liquor store owner. He's a guy like the tussle. I'm guessing he he had liquor store owner go. Hey you can't leave with my pillows and he fucking pushing him down a real sunny corolla crap. He didn't never big beef with bunnies. Hands on people who are in a position of authority could have been a theme anyway gentle giant hero anyway. fucking black lives matter fuck them this ever not fuck black lives matter black lives matters just trying to get money or they're just trying to get power just trying to get whatever it's all the Pussy Whitey's I it fear all these guys everyone's fear of being called racist so they don't say anything okay good see how it works out goes the <hes> found out all right you figure it out the <hes> the investigation found evidence that <hes> he had his hands up and said don't you love and it just keeps going but anyway go ahead well one more cop story might not like these guys as much the New York Daily News reports that police officers and Cobb County Georgia posed as construction workers this week to bus distracted drivers so here's this went down. Officers worked undercover dressed up as construction workers at nine A._M.. Right during rush hour until noon to catch drivers using their phones when the like well here's one online. I don't like the police woman dressing prostitute. I don't like the cops dressing construction workers you gotta be in that fucking uniform they'd radiohead to patrol cars down the road and they would just soup an pullover. The dude that these guys saw it resulted in a total of sixty five cellphone violation citations sixteen seatbelt violations seven licensed violations and thirteen just miscellaneous just because we need money ducks in a barrel violations what <hes> what who beside our maybe my cars. I don't know who is holding their cell phone to their ear in two thousand and ninety-one driving. I don't care about this safety part just who doesn't ever Earbud or Bluetooth up in two thousand in one thousand nine hundred I agree with you on that respect. I'm GonNa play devil's advocate a little bit here and say that I'm kind of glad they were lease giving out the distracted driving tickets at least in L._A.. It's not up to the ear I from the West side to here K._A._B._C. multiple people check this out to brea in August Helping Bridge Okoye. I see multiple people everyday dragging on the west side to here looking at their bones swerving Olympic kinda drifted when they're looking through emails or God knows what Facebook Ah the distracted driving's not to the ears up here. It's just it's just it's extra plotted don't not that I think it's fine where the given the tickets the other shed. It's sixty five on good yeah all right so the Joe doesn't like it when we don't leading the flashlight. Don't tell stories real quick the like one more thing we do have some video. That's pretty hilarious. Disturbing acknowledged dollars delight thirty seconds left. No goodnight not not not a little there you go there. You go a little bit jar from the West Side Glendale every day and say deep breath. Okay let it be fluid dollars ought to get on the West Glenda gotcha Jesus Christ and he throws tissue paper them do they. I'll throw at like a NACHO chip ready. Let's go go direct drive from the West Side Glendale every light Gotcha and Candy Joe. Do you ask for the light in like like when you're when you're working out like when you go the comedy store and they go we want twenty minutes. I always go. Oh Okay Gimme the light at eighteen minutes when you're doing your act act is an hour or more or whatever I'm not talking about filming a special. I'm talking about Brea Yeah. Do you tell them Gimme the light at fifty or forty five and I'll transition into some the other thing you use it at all at Bray. I'll do the first show I keep kinda tight but always say just like just let me know what it's an hour. That's what I'll say trying to get off. Put that light on give me an hour. 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Oh he should parodies too short to see the light house you know when I just stay on stage so this this is some great video and I really really wanNA share with you. A woman flew into a rage on a flight and hit her boyfriend with a laptop for looking at other women according to the sun and we have it the raging passenger could be seen berating her partner on board the pack flight from Miami before things turned violent Lila so to set the stage with up to clips said this h here's the first clip of the couple arguing before things heated up a little more women. Willing child already know okay so she said and I quote quote. I wear the fucking nuts in public. Thank you Brian after she continues to break this dude flight attendants asked the man to get up and that's when she gets really pissed shoe follows him down the island smacks him whoa what's being reported as or computer punching him in the back. She then has a very flippant response when she's told she's about to be brought up on charges. Here's that clip. The man really going to water on her. I wow trying to get my purse for yeah. Whatever Jim Fleming respond to come up memo? We were together idea. Damn Ma'am you're salting no he was like man. You're assaulting me said May I think so that was the weirdest thing I've ever seen. I am telling you this stupidity prescription meds but it's also a video game approach to life where all lines are blurred. Just don't really know what but reality is or where you are who you're doing it in front of the dumber. You are the more you'll do in front of other people so when you're super fucking dumb you'll have loud arguments at restaurants restaurants when you're smart if feels wildly uncomfortable the having that display of whatever of other people are like think about those people. Here's people are like beat on their kids in the middle of a mall. It's like a crowded mall all and they're like smacking on their kids and screaming at them. It's luck okay when you're a reptile. You don't know where you are or WHO's watching. Do you think a Anaconda or an alligator cares. WHO's WHO's watching it do whatever and at some point you move a little like past the animal kingdom and you get a chimpanzee chimpanzee has some thoughts about who's around? Maybe it's just because they want food or something then you get insert a floridian white trash. There's a black version. There's a Hispanic version but the dumber you are in the less educated. You are the further you you are way from where you are in what's going going on like a sexual version of this was like you WanNa blow job. It's like I'm sitting in the middle seat on the South West Light yes or no question that guy's reading a skype. I'll give you a hummer like there's that and then there's a but again there's like the way you talk through the cop the way you talk to your kids away talk to your spouse like there is no you don't make a distinction between being in your house in in your kitchen and alone in the way you talk to your spouse or being on a flight and the way you talk to your spouse. It's kind of a stupidity and it's being exacerbated by all this fucking high self esteem and your opinion is right and it's your world. We're just living it. Everyone has been hit with fucking creating super size is with this attitude and so then even know what's going on like this person doesn't even know that what she's doing is wrong or care looking or paying attention and then there then they're confused when there's when they have negative negative circumstance or negative outcome when there's consequences what the fuck is going on like. Why are you holding me down like why we turning the plane around like what do you mean why we just did? We just did this new here. We did this whole thing. We're breeding more and more four of these people or maybe we have a lot of them but they stayed on a farm. They just argued with scarecrows or something now. They're on a flight with us. fucking these people need to be tagged by the way we we make fun of China with their whatever their minus points sure I went this chick with a fucking ankle bracelet which is no more commercial airliners for you five years sweetheart five years in a certificate from a psychiatrists before you get onto another fucking commercial flight. Yes please talk to the fades. After five years. <hes> you gotta wear for five years by the way that boyfriend hers was just a fat fuck like who see I falling on a plane. He's yeah he's GonNa get busy with yeah like this. Yeah I mean I I saw rush and I saw the Liam Hemsworth could do on a on a plane but I don't think that's I don't think that's him know that guy couldn't fuck walk a guy in the bathroom because he's too fat true. He couldn't get another human being in that bathroom without suffocated solo about it'd be necrophilia. Poor guy got hit with a computer what she needed computer for by the way the next door neighbors computer doing spreadsheet Wall Street company. She's shopping right. She's not conference call. Is it safe to say that those are the two annoying couple the two people you don't WanNa sit next to the argument. That's all the shit that they had add with them. As multicolored hoodies yeah got damn big computer fucking purse carriage alone both going to fifty five loss and you've got to squeeze in next to that to southwest flight dressed like they're. They're on the top tier that the titanic let me hear her again. I WanNa hear her. I WanNa hear again I I think she said I think he said man where the fucking nuts in public play this the AW ones grabbing their own head lot of cell phones going drive people who he was looking at other women may be on her laptop just too big annoying person there on bendable person glitter backpack litter backpack the big Gucci purse with a bamboo handle. You're on a southwest flight in middle seat slow. I I've been saying this for years. We're going to have to put the fucking shark cage in the back of all flights over two hours because we I don't want to know you said that is quite put him in the back. Come up lock them up. Lock up yeah why. Why do we have to change routes? We have to drop you to fucks off right. Stay in the back. I'm trying to get the J._F._k.. Thank you all right. Let's bring it home. Baby got it. I'm Gina Grad and that's the news I wear the fucking logging nuts in public. That was the news with Gina Grad Gina. There is a part of me that wishes Lynette care that much she does care about the hat wish he had that zeal you kind of past I did pod and she goes my life change. When I met atom better worse single share it was a lateral move? I gotTA finish that story man he said. I don't even know you like that. Batman couple Oh. I don't even know you like that. You're hitting. You're hitting me at any goes. I don't even know you like that man. We gotTA DIG deeper. I don't think they're a couple each other. I feel there was some history other than when they're boarding the plane because if that they met him when they sat down. I'm now going to upgrade her from ankle bracelet to destroy put down bad dog like if you're telling me they just sat next to each other randomly she needs to be she needs to be put wood chipper. He's out there a couple. He's an asshole for letting her sit in the middle seat well he wants an asshole incredibly abused used in tormented in his life <hes> opening for Joan. 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The Trade-Offs on Tariffs and International Trade, with Professor Douglas Irwin
"During an administration that has imposed huge tariffs on goods from China and elsewhere and during a health crisis has businesses across the country reexamining their investments abroad. What's the right way to think about? International Trade is free trade still the best policy. Douglas Irwin is the John. French professor of economics at Dartmouth College. He's the author of a number of books including the definitive history of American trade policy clashing over commerce. Doug thanks for joining us and welcome everyone to this special plague time edition of uncommon knowledge. Doug is in his office in Hanover. New Hampshire I got that right. That's where you're correct. Yes right and you have all those books memorized. I suppose I've looked at most of them and I'm here at home in Palo Alto Doug the case briefly the case in principle for free trade. It goes all the way back to Adam Smith and wealth of nations. And because I knew I was going to be on with you and your hard greater. I took the trouble to look up the central quotation here. This is Adam Smith in wealth of nations. Seventeen seventy six. If a foreign country can supply us with a commodity cheaper than we ourselves can make it better by it off them. Close quote explain that labyrinth on that one for is a little sure well the way to think about international traders. It's a two way street. It's not just you're buying from others. You're also selling to others and so countries have to export more to afford the imports that they buy the basically. And you're right to start with Smith because he's a great exposure of this doctrine in book form Still worth reading. Today he talks about specialization. Gains from specialization and trade so each of us is individuals. I didn't make the shirt I didn't do all those books. I didn't make the desk. I didn't make this computer. I don't make my food. Prepare it. Maybe at night. But I do one thing specialized activity in everyone else's specializing in doing those other things with farmer specialising food. We have bought a computer manufacturers producing all the different components with specialized inputs putting those together. So the as Adam Smith said over two hundred years ago the Division of Labor leads to productivity increases which leads to greater output per unit of work and we can share in that Nissim spy engaging in trade whereas if we tried to go it alone and be self sufficient envy Autarkic. We'd be very poor indeed so if I could drop out of society I got a couple of acres out in mid West or something trying to make my clothes and make my own food. I'm trying to do that but I'd be more for all right. Part of a commercial society has these economic advantages so the president of the United States would insist that regard beg to differ. I think we'll come to that in a moment. You've just very nicely. And succinctly put the case for free trade in principle. What about free trade in practice? We have a long history with it now absolutely so there are a couple of ways you can think about one is would. There might be certain exceptions to the idea of free trade. Where would not be a good idea to rely on imports? You can get into some of those. Adam Smith mentioned a few he did say defense is more important than opulence by what she meant. That the nation state at first duty of the sovereigns to defend people against You know foreign threats and that objective of national defense supersedes any short term economic advantage from trail. We'll we'll certainly come to that but this chart that you've you've got up here. Can you talk me through that absolutely? So this is sort of the history of the world economy over the past your one hundred thirty years or so one hundred and fifty years and so what it's showing is World Trade some of world exports and imports divide by world. Gdp or world out basically showing how integrated is world world. How important is trade in the world? Economy starts out in the late. Nineteenth century is the steamship When there was growing world trade you can see under a sort of phase one off. There's growing world. Trade integration in Latin America Western Europe North America East Asian. What have you that? Of course? We hit World War One. Such a bump down but after World War One we did not resume the trade policies that we had prior to that country's impose tariffs countries imposed import quotas. They started moving into more autarkic eruption. So you see in. Phase jeter defined. You've used it twice now and I'm going to if you're going to keep talking about Autarky you're going to force me to say what the heck does that word. I have this memory monopoly oligarchy. It's an but I can't remember one. Autarchy is basically means self-sufficiency. You're trying to be less engaged with trade autarky just means complete self-sufficiency no trait obviously. Very few countries are in that state. You're even North Korea trade with with China bitten a few others. Even Cuba trades a bit right. Even though they don't like that trade tried to isolate themselves but in sixteen twenty say the pilgrims were Autarkic exist. Right started pretty quickly with yes. They still relied on ships coming in every yes they did. They were completely autarky. Okay so number two. There's a narrow going down. Yes so this. Time of international economic disintegration countries allied less on trade. They raised trade barriers to To Stop the commerce that would have taken place of whites and of course a big part of this is the nineteen thirties. You might have heard of the SMOOT Hawley. Tariff and the texture of the Great Depression bats treat made a big impact on a future President Ronald Reagan who would often in his speeches referred to smoot-hawley and the dangers of protectionism during the Great Depression when we get to about nineteen fifty or so he can see a little bit of a bounce back after the war but phase. Three is where we see. Gradual rise in international integration because of lower transport costs but more importantly because countries began to cooperate with one another to reduce trade barriers. So it's an international institution formed called the GATT General Agreement on Tariffs and trade to negotiate. Us led this to negotiate turf reductions around the world. Then we see in the nineteen eighties. This begins to pick up even more President Reagan was a big champion of opening up our markets With some exceptions and we have Uruguay Round. We had NAFTA Shortly thereafter but the big momentum in the eighties nineties was China joining the World Economy India. Joining the world economy In phase. Three when things are rising it's mainly trade can US western Europe and maybe Japan but the rest of the world developing countries which historically had imposed very high barriers themselves. They thought the way to get rich to industrialize in. We'll never industrialized with. We can never catch up to Japan. The United States. We need to protect our own manufacturers while that isolation. Isn't that Autarky if you will lead to very small very inefficient industries. No India did industrialize a behind tariff barriers that was horribly inefficient horribly small-scale and they didn't export unlike Japan some other Southeast Asian countries so war countries need. He's nine he's got with the game in opened up trade and that's where that phase four where you see this really big increasing worldwide integration. And also I should say a massive reduction world poverty. Okay that accompanies trade opening up to get better technology. Become more efficient and you can pay higher wages because you have were ethnically active Hot Way she over this period that begins Deng Xiaoping opens. He makes his big announcement in nineteen seventy nine so it begins say in the Eighties. Slowly but then picks up speed. But let's say since Nineteen seventy-nine Dang Xiaoping announced China was going to open itself to markets and to trade. How many people? Roughly China how many people have emerged from poverty in that one country? I think it depending on where you draw the line. We're talking about hundreds of millions right the population of China. Some one point three billion or something like that you know. Basically most people are in agriculture in the nineteen fifties and sixties very small industry. And you start. Moving people from the rural countryside into manufacturing centers for investment comes in. You unleash a private enterprise to some extent in so we're talking five hundred six hundred seven hundred billion people moving from destitution poverty into lower middle class middle class existence. All right so that's a very dramatic event in in all of human economic absolutely so number four and then what happens at number five. This where it's gets interesting also gets to the current administration We're calm talk about peak globalization and you can see the peak there is actually two thousand eight or so right before the financial crisis. Here's a sharp drop in two thousand nine. We come right back. But since then we've been sort of on this downward movement in terms of global economic cooperation and so that I want to repeat this is not measuring global wealth. It's not measuring global. Gdp is measuring interconnectedness. Absolutely that's right. Trade flows across countries. Okay and so Yes you had a question. But I I was GONNA say that we're at in maybe an inflection point in history where the US and China. Beginning to disengage. This occurred before the trump administration but obviously they've accelerated it. I think the the chronic either said they're going through is the integrator suspicion between the US and China and other countries that will further limit. How many Chinese tourists come here? How many students we allow in. You know Hank Paulson. Art Classes. Sixty six is talked about an economic iron curtain coming down between the US and China. It's not quite there yet. Learned since we still have a lot of flows but we may have reached this period where the world is moving towards less economic integration more inward orientation and. This is partly policy. Let's probably a reaction to what's been going on in the world as well all right the case for free trade. You've made it in principle. Adam Smith in practice in China lifted half a billion people out of poverty. What good is it done for us? Oh it's we can communicate by these computers by these cameras that are credibly high-quality that our parents certainly could never conceive of existing. I mean my father used to work on the telecommunications industry in the late nineteen sixties aries. Something called picture phone. American telephone and telegraph thought about possibly having a picture that we associate with the telephone and it never really came to fruition and now with the technology that we have the dod global supply chains specialization. When you look at how many components go into the iphone their source from all over the world incredibly specialized technology. It's really brought together. It's assembled in China obviously not made in China and But it's really taking over the world and connected everyone so aspect of it already case for free trade professor. Douglas Irwin thank you very much. Here's the case against free trade. This is from a paper by economists. Justin Pearson Peter Schott. Who as far as I can tell her very serious people they are engaged? They are you know them. In which they examined counties in this country counties they went county by county and examined counties most exposed to trade with China quote we find that in counties most exposed to the change in policy that is to the granting of Permanent Normal Trade Relations to China in the year two thousand quote counties most exposed to this change in policy exhibit relative increases in wealth in happiness relative increases in depths of despair including suicide and drugs drug overdoses close quote okay and Duggar when replies their winners and losers but the losers get hit really hard. Don't they do absolutely they do in this particular circumstance so calm a market economy is one that just as Peter said has a lot of creative destruction okay? So there's a lot of creation new wealth being created new industries growing up new jobs being created. But there's also destruction and trade as part of that process as I mentioned in two way street of exports and imports. Some of those important things that we don't even produce here the don't touch you know. I don't think imports of bananas are very controversial. We don't have a banana. Industry is clamoring for protection but sub imports do compete head head with domestic cruisers and there was a period which they were studying when China really ramped up its trading CONC-. That's part of a part of that chart particularly between. I would say two thousand and two thousand eight when imports from China. Really go off the charts in China shock in studied quite extensively and have shown those imports during this. Preah did cause a lot of dislocation for certain communities where you've had a one factory town or the workers there did not have the opportunity to move to another sector of the economy. So if you're part of a big urban area it's diversified economically. Lose your job. In one. Secretary transitioned somewhere else fearing small-time in rural Virginia that's producing out your furniture right. You're not willing to move your sort of sunk. And what they found is there weren't other jobs. People dropped out labor force and had all the negative consequences. That you're let me try this line. One More Time trump adviser Peter Navarro this Navarro speaking in two thousand eighteen the US has lost tens of thousands factories and millions of manufacturing jobs precisely because China and other countries were maintaining tariffs higher than those of the United States. Close quote so I. This isn't exactly what Navarro says but could you just address the argument which is in the air people. Feel that you can see people watching Cable News and you can see that in all kinds of ways. It's taken for granted. It's a premise underlying a lot of conversations in the premises China. Got Richard by making us poor in particular that manufacturing in this country got hollowed out because the people in charge of investment decisions outsourced manufacturing to cheap labor and new manufacturing plants in China so Shanghai. Shanghai's a trade city but they're manufacturing cities in the interior of China that are glistening and Detroit is. Detroit has fallen apart that. That's that's and it happened. One rose wee hours fell. Because there's rose address that right so many points to be made on this particular issue so first of all consumers have benefited tremendously from cheap imports of various consumer goods. So whether we're talking about clothing which is now a much smaller share of people's budgets because price has gone down so much and that's not just China Vietnam in many other countries as well or very where the imports in the dislocation caused. And that study. That you mentioned Talks about that what we're much less aware of is the exports and they're not necessarily going to China but they may be going to other countries so we may be exporting heavy earth moving equipment to Australia now John Deere Caterpillar and others exponential Australia which is mining stuff that will then be shipped to China and then it becomes a good so you have to look at the totality if you just look at the bilateral sometimes it's very misleading. Here's one example where the bilateral is misleading. The Ifo which I presume you and many of your listeners hats You know when that comes in there it is and I always ask my students. What does it say in the back is it doesn't being China says Designed in California assembled in China so that comes in as an import at county about a two hundred dollar per unit import from China. But guess what only about five dollars of that is truly Chinese content. The Labor could together in a few small components. Most of the value is obviously apple in terms of intellectual property. But even the physical stuff. It's the semiconductors coming from Korea. It's the camera lens coming from Germany. It's the other chips that are coming from Japan Lee. That's a world product assembled in China brought into the US so sometimes the statistics can be misleading. But years were tricked your point once again. There's no doubt that there have been many towns in many places in in the Midwest. Say that have have suffered greatly. We've lost a lot of manufacturing jobs although that is sort of a flattened out at least as a sheriff labor force but some of those jobs have been relocated within the United States so auto manufacturers moved to the south so that's where unions and and Labor laws held a lot of play. So if you look at Alabama but of manufacturers they're both domestic and foreign investment so mid West is sort of not competing with other states of the Union for or those jobs also boasts jobs. There's so much more technology intensive than they used to be so in terms of the steel industry and the one thousand nine hundred eighty s We're cutting our teeth Washington It took ten worker hours. A ton of steel now takes one worker our producer Tom Steele. We're still producing lot of steel. That's just not a lot of jobs behind that it's a few engineers monitoring the doctors and that's not foreign competition while it is to the extent being forced to compete. It's also an increase in productivity. We're getting a lot more still than we used to. For many fewer workers than we obviously what creates a problem for those workers who aren't fortunate toured Stanford her Dartmouth were not part of the Knowledge Economy? Who are going to be doing something terms of manual labor? And if you're not creating a lot of jobs for the class of people it's going to cause a lot of difficulties you cannot just graduate from high school or even not do that and get a job at local factory. That's technological change China's apart that but a very small part of it and so what about other point here that China did this to us because they had tariffs that were higher than ours. Actually once again I'll grant the partial truth or the part of it. That there has been intuitively plug. Boards like No. But here's where he's sort of wrong. Because that China shock that dramatic escalation in China's exports that came about because they were reducing their tariffs on imported inputs and on final goods that made their producers so much more cost effective. You cannot export steel. You can export clothing unless you have access to the cheap inputs that are necessary crusoes final goods at world prices and for one reason why China was not competitive is because they'd seal their economy off. If you want to produce something had to source it domestically. Those priests were terribly inefficient. When they opened up and boost those tariffs also their producers could get access to those cheap inputs made the much more cost effective much more efficient and they've or taken world markets all right the case against free trade part to the new Cold War. You will already anticipated this argument. Here's Milton Milton. Friedman who has argued that one of the few arguments in favor of terrorists that might in principle have some validity is and I'm quoting him now. The national security argument the argument that a thriving domestic steel industry for example is needed. For defense it cannot be denied that on occasion this argument might justify the maintenance of otherwise uneconomical productive facilities close quote and you just quoted. Adam Smith defense is more important than opulence along. Okay so you grant that argument obviously do you just quoted Adam Smith noted freak out from Adam Smith? I think so. Yeah okay okay. So let's take one specific example and what I'm interested in is how far you can push this national security argument the corona virus crisis. We now discover since you're so up on trade you may have known this. All along was shocking to me. Ninety percent of our antibiotics. Come from China senator. Tom Cotton quote for two decades. The Communist Party of China has targeted America's domestic domestic drug manufacturers for for destruction using cartelization state subsidies and lax safety standards to flood our hospitals and pharmacies with cheap and dangerous Chinese medicine. That's why Senator Tom. Cotton of interest introduced a bill to end our dependence on Chinese drugs and take back our ability to make medicine here at home. Close quote is beyond to a point is the onto something. Does the national security argument extend to certain medical supplies well I don't know so much about pharmaceuticals which is the one. He's talking about. Agile if we're going to limit our imports from China. We'd be importing those Germany Cups Mexico if there's some labor cost component. That's important there so it's not necessarily we bring it home. But we'd certainly have more diversified sources supply and if it was that dramatic in terms of the ninety percent figure. That'd be something to worry about something to look at but when we look at other things like masks respirators were not nearly as dependent on certainly China Then Those figures would suggest so I looked up hand sanitizers. For example out we get most of our hand sanitizers from the European Union and Canada. Now that's just in terms of the emperor though you mean this stuff that stuff candidate and Drummer Union. Oh Really Okay. Now how much? That's just a in terms of the imports. Of course we do produce that domestically as well so imports are just a fraction of those of our total consumption. It's not like we're completely dependent on a foreign sources. Apply for those things so I think sometimes when you look at the numbers but you do have to look at the numbers for a particular cases. We are very dependent on for on imports of masks in China. But not so much other things respirators most. Let's coming also from the European Union gloves Malaysia Thailand. So you know we have to consider. Are these national security. Threats are not and one point that I want to come back to in terms that dip in terms of total globalization is there is a worry about China and over dependence on China. And that's factoring into the fact that This is not a partisan issue that both parties leaders of both parties are much more suspicious of China's and we were ten years ago or so during an shock and I think the number one reason for that is president she because President Xi is taking China very different direction than his predecessors terms of domestic repression in terms of economic nationalism in terms of foreign policy activism in aggression and so way the administration others are being. I think that's why we are this inflection point where it's going to be very hard to have a rapport Between these countries we are moving in very different directions. And you grant that absolutely and I think that President Xi is largely the driver behind that it hoped for in the past more constructive engage China if they're choosing a different path. This not Deng Xiaoping's China anymore right our policy that we're going to have to make some adjustments RJ. So that so this leads to my next question again. This national security argument. What's the right way to think about trade as regards China? It's very clear that I would say it's even more re- it's the last five years or so that the whole attitude toward China has changed right up until five certainly when you and I. You forgot to mention in the introduction. You served in the Reagan White House Yourself. You and I were both there from the time of the Reagan administration right through the Obama Administration. Most of the Obama Administration and in the event the hope was that China would follow the pattern of South Korea and Taiwan and that economic growth would lead to political freedom and ultimately to democracy. And of course it's one thing engaging in more and more trade with the country that you expect to embrace ultimately your own values and surely it's something entirely different with a country that has become an all kinds of ways hostile. Okay so that's my little speech now back to now back to a question for you and you'd grant all that that I just said right. Yes I do what? I make a broader point about this national security argument however though because for one issue is the bilateral relationship with China. Yes okay the other issue is are there other industries that we need to protect on grounds of National Security? And how that can debut. Okay Stop Timeout. Because I'm about to make the argument that there are and I want to see what you do with the argument and the argument and I'm trying to be quite rigorous about this. I thought this through. Okay Tim date me. Doug so I tried to make this rigors. Here's the case. The Chinese system is point one China's now hostile toward us the their system and ours are as incompatible in many ways as ours in the Soviet system point to they're more populous their economy may soon be bigger are only longterm advantage our ability to innovate. I'm talking about defending this country. The United States south point three as long as the Chinese steal our technology the moment we develop it. They can neutralize that advantage point four. We therefore have no choice. But to impose strict controls on the companies in which the Chinese invest in this country on the kinds of investments American companies make in China and on trade between the two countries particularly experts from this country to China of all kinds of high tech goods. And that could lead to a pretty draconian regime all on the national security argument. What do you make of it actually? I think there's that's their ramifications for the economic relationship obviously So let's go back to defense is more Portland nonviolence but this this is new and really interesting challenge for US policy makers because go back to the nineteen eighties again with the Soviet Union which was a security threat but not an economic threat right back in the eighties. Received Japan might be an economic threat. But they certainly weren't miscarry threat. You're part of umbrella and now we have China which is both security threat and an economic rival and the question is they don't seem to be playing by the rules that we've tried to establish after. World War Two that allowed that growth in trade because was sort of more of a level playing field where we have market economy competing with market economy and yes. There will be individual sectors. That would subzero. What have you but when you have this blurring of business and party China and a massive subsidies through the state banking system and state enterprises. There's an imbalance there so the most dovish in Japan in the case of the nineteen eighties and Japan. You might remember Reagan. Restriction does a vision the black hats and white hats about. How do we how tough Japan? There's much less of a debate with vis-a-vis China's the most dovish people in Washington. Today Is v China. They want to go after them. Aggressively at the World Trade Organization and have alliances that will encircle or try to establish rules and norms that exclude China. That if China wants to join. They have to change their policies. Such as the trans-pacific partnership so that's the most Davos dovish case. It's not that there's no kid gloves here. It's that you use the rule of law in you. Try to encircle with various trade agreements in the light. Since that's about as Doug is one get and then you're talking about ramping up security counter-intelligence cracking down on their activities should US All the way to full-fledged trade war so that's the spectrum Really shifted in terms of. Just the the where we're talking about so where I have to admit the shows. It's been awhile since you and I had to talk about this because you're surprised me a little bit and you may surprise me a lot. I thought you were going to argue. Something along. The lines of it doesn't matter out crazy. China is within limits like. We don't want them launching missiles at US but if they want to subsidize products to this country let them the means. Why shouldn't we take goods that they have their own people pay for? I thought you were going to argue that we ought to stick with free trade with China in spite of she. But you don't make that argument do you? I don't make that argument because I do think president she was Milton. Have made that argument. You know that I was just thinking exactly that same thing because I do recall that you know he and others who are strong free traders would say look if they want to subsidize their goods to US. Take him take them. It's it's cheap for us to do so But I think when it causes excessive disruption domestically and when they are national security threat. It's it's a completely different ballgame in now. We set up a set of international institutions afterwards to provide a legal framework for market economies to trade peacefully and prosperously with one another in China's sort of entering this. We allow them to come in because they were moving in that direction. Just like Eastern Europe formerly communist but moving in a more market oriented direction more democratic direction. China seem to be doing that in the nineteen ninety s at least in terms of the economy you regulating less emphasis on the state owned enterprises once again since a two thousand ten or so. They've moved in a very different direction. So obviously our policy has to adjust. Okay so doug let me quote you to yourself too quotations. And they're both you. This is Doug Irwin this is you writing with your co author. Chad Brown in foreign affairs last autumn. Not that long ago quote a future administration will be able to start repairing the United States tattered reputation all these things that the trump administration has done the United States tattered reputation as a reliable trading partner in some respects however there will be no going back on China it has become clear that the trump administration is bent on severing not fixing the relationship. Close quote that's you six months ago. Now this is you comment right there. You WanNa go. No you have to get both of you have to sit tight and you have to sit there and take it. You have to listen to you last month. This is in an interview with Globes a publication in Israel this issue under President Xi Jinping. The Chinese have made the private sector political by insisting that Communist Party members must be on the board of directors and in management positions that they have made at and they had the maiden China's initiative which is explicit economic nationalism. The question is whether there can be a comprehensive trade framework containing stick state capitalism China and market capitalism the US under the same umbrella my tentative. Answer Duggar wins. Tentative answer is no real close quote so in the space of six months you have come to agree with Donald Trump. Absolutely I'll I'll think there's no inconsistency between those two coats and so let me go ahead the tattered reputation first of all because this brings us back to the national defense exceptionally idea of recreate. Because when the trump administration votes twenty five percent tariffs on imported steel from all sources on grounds of national security involved. A statue that said the president has the authority to protect national security. So the question is what was going on with the steel industry. Well first of all weird must have our first of all. We only import about twenty seven percent of the steel us. Okay so we produce basically three quarters. Seventy five percent of the steel us is hardly a shrinking shriveling sector where were completely independent imports. Second of all where those imports coming from Canada. European Union Japan Korea friends and allies not China because China's imports of Our imports of steel from China. They aren't been beaten down by something. Called anti-dumping duties were domestic firms can petition. The government to have higher tariffs to keep out those imports. So they they in the nineteen ninety s and the truth thousands imports of steel from China. They were beaten back with these anti-dumping foods so there's a case where most very imports which are only a fraction of what we're consuming are coming from our friends and allies in neighbors were hitting them with the twenty five percent tariffs. We've already hit. China is not really hitting them. It's not hitting Russia and so our friends and allies were wondering what is going on and Gymnasts your colleague at Hoover. I believe he was secured fence at the time. Defense Department as you know. There's an inner agency process. They wrote a letter to the Department of Commerce which was overseeing the same from a defense standpoint there is no national security dependence on imports. It is unwise and in fact because we import from our friends. Any duties that we would impose might compromise our national security by leading our friends and allies to question. Our reliability is our trade partners so you might think if the Defense Department is saying. There's no national security case for imported steel for imposing tariffs and import steel. Most of the steel. Which is once again. A smaller share of domestic consumption is coming from friends and allies. That would be something that they might take a second thought of a button on the administration because of Wilbur. Ross in the Commerce Department Peter Navarro Numbers. They went ahead here. Navarro predicted no country will retaliate. It'll just take it. And what other countries do they retaliate? So that's where American farmers and others have paid the price of those important steals ostensibly on the grounds of national security. All right. Why did the trump administration do what it did on steel? Was that just politics. The Donald Trump wanted to pay back voters who had supported him in the upper midwest steel producing states or was it some crude and just flatly mistaken view that somehow or other protection protection will help our the domestic industry modernize grow stronger start employing more people or some crazy some combination of the two. What what what. What were the motives there at Saint? I'd make two points on. This one is that you had a Robert Lighthizer who's US trade representative. Used to be a a counsel to the Steel Industry Wilbur. Ross used to work with the steelers. President trump has ties with steel industry in terms of executives. And trying to win blue-collar votes so there are a lot of senior administration. There was just trying to help their pals help they're pals okay and and here's one way in which I do think it has been very damaging to administer credibly Economy because Ford Motor Company had to pay a billion dollars more in extra costs. So we're saying we want you to compete against Toyota and compete against Kia and Hyundai. Or WE'RE GONNA raise your class by a billion dollars a year because if you're producing overseas you don't have to pay those higher. Steel costs were handicapping. Our own consuming industries are still considering where there's vastly more More employment than in the the raw steel producing sector. Okay so but let me just one other point yes in. Some sense is not much new here. President Reagan protecting Stevens for president. George W Bush protected the steelers very early on his term President Nixon on protecting the steel in scattered President Johnson or going back to nineteen sixty so historically the steel industry has been very clearly powerful. Short sure I guess that's sort of what I'm asking here because when President Reagan engaged in those protectionist measures imposed import quotas on Japanese automobiles. Everybody knew he didn't really mean it. He didn't believe it. Everybody knew he felt forced to play crude politics. And that's really what I was asking is just is what the trump administration did just more crew politics or is there some new school of thought that that that has that is blossoming. Here is Peter Navarro actually the leading edge of some new intellectual movement on Trade Nassar's. No I guess well no I'd say there's nuances there because there are members of the sort of conservative movement. Who Do believe that. These terrorists are good idea But I guess I'd put it this way that you're absolutely right when president. Reagan did these things with reluctance. It'd be right in there. Some political necessity maybe some short term economic gain for the industry of long term. You want to get rid of it or it might have been a bargain chip or something like that this administration. I think there are true believers. I think they said we want more domestic steel production even if it costs downstream users in there for the way we're going to a. I do think they've been chasing a bit because they didn't quite realize that steel as input for an awful lot of industries and you can help out the steel industry itself but you're GonNa hurt those downstream users and so there's some trade offs in fact the number one lesson all of economics is. There's no such thing as a free lunch. You CAN'T HELP. But what end is what one industry without taxing others right or it's Tom Civil puts it. There are no solutions. Only trade offs last couple of questions here. Although one of them is a big question back to China by the way our our friend I consider him a friend. I know he's at least an acquaintance of yours. Larry cudlow in the trump administration. Larry argues has argued even recently in public that he's a free trader he believes in free trade and that tactical tariffs ought to be in the and he believes substantially are in this administration the interest of freer trade over the longer term. Just to just. I'm just trying to stick up for Larry cudlow because I know he's the irony. He has the presidency or as much as anyone. But here's the big question back to China. This is what reminded me of why Larry came to mind because I heard him speak recently in his. I don't WANNA put words in mouth but what I took away from. It was the argument as follows China head to be dealt with. We had to demonstrate dish displeasure with G. and begin to insist that we were going to stick up for ourselves and for some international regime of law and fairness to tools one is military and that is unthinkable and the other is trade so US trade plausible plausible. But then I think you open up the room for the debate about how to use crave. That's the question for you if you think in terms of China's not going anywhere we're going to have this one on her hands for a long time to come. What's the correct way to think about using trade using trade if we could to reform them or at least to protect our own interests? What's the right way to think about trade now? China has risen and gone nasty so many different points. Just sorta thread some ideas one is. I think we have to first of all recognize which I think the administration not sort of pushed is that we've just talked about how there's gains from economic integration gains from trade will when you pull them apart is not without costs so when we say that China's paying the tariffs or that this will be beneficial to us. Well it's it's a a separation divorce if you will it's going to be messy and it's GonNa be costly for us in the showroom so we have to accept some some pain in some Adjustment not think this is just sort of a free lunch if you right? So that'd be that recognition it takes them awhile for supply chains to adjust and things of that sort and you know for some things like apparel or sporting goods that we have massive dependence on China. Those can easily moved to other countries in Southeast Asia. So Lauren costs I think of dislocating. Some Bat will not be very high but does take time when you say time months years what it depends on some sense. That's why I think this interesting. Turn in terms of global integration on. I think there's a recognition that even if terrorists haven't been imposed that relationship is going sour that That you could be held up in China for political reasons. Or what have you and so I think firms are adjusting slowly moving to other countries and and then the corona virus would have would speed that. I'm asking you were talking about things that are totally independent of the trump administration. Yes and as you pointed out on your chart the the disintegration not total disintegration but the beginnings of a disintegration dates back to two thousand eight or so that predate from and now the corona virus. Donald trump may have his faults but he didn't cause the corona virus best. We can tell the Chinese should have done a much better job of reporting audit. It's another reason why the relationship with China is in doubt. So if you're is American business guy or Gal you've got plenty of reasons even before. Donald trump comes along to start thinking about shifting your supply chain so that you're less dependent on China. Okay grandma that yelling reason. We didn't act against China in the past say ten years ago fifteen years is because if you ask the business community is a time to get tough on China they would say no nope we know there comes in operating the Chinese market. But we'RE MAKING MONEY. It's working out okay. We can deal with. They didn't want this sort of inspiration now. The business community offers no pushback whatsoever recognized that their costs doing business in China wants can even in the absence of any administration action. They're thinking because the Environment China's changed their rethinking their their dependency services. Let me and then when you add on the virus and you add on the trump tariff hop of that just that's why there's this momentum to less integration that we've had in the past okay so that this. I just do want to stress this shift. The shift in the way ordinary the business community. Ordinary Americans this bipartisan speaker. Pelosi has nothing good to say about CIANCI also has nothing to say about Tom. Trump. But that's the point right. Suspicion of China is now bipartisan. And I recall if you look at polls going back to an earlier conflict. After the years of detente Richard Nixon. Gerald Ford Jimmy Carter and president. Reagan came in the public was not all that firmly behind him in wishing to stand up to the Soviet Union and then the Soviets shutdown that Korean airliner K. L. 007 and public opinion shifted like that. We haven't seen anything. Perhaps quite that dramatic but this corona virus we're a democracy and it feels as though the American people are saying. Whoa we or just the other day I ordered the air pods and I ordered them off because they supposedly better on the camera and our producer. Fine and then. I got the tracking number from apple and I clicked on it and they were coming from China and I'm a free trade guy. I've learned that much from you but my first thought was wo- do I really want to do business with China Anymore. So even in this little mind. There's a there's a reservation. There's a second thought that didn't used to be there even a few months ago. Okay so that when you talk about an inflection point. I'm starting to get that. Now that's a serious matter. That's a big deal absolutely a right. It predates the trump administration. Because it's based on Chinese behavior not something that president trump icees accelerated things things certain direction there are other forces going on. So what's the go ahead? What Limestone we've got. We've got things that are that are apart from an American administration. But what should the president and I'm even willing to say the president instead of trump. How SHOULD AMERICANS? How should policymakers be thinking about trade in relation to China? That's a very difficult question because all right isn't it once again? We haven't confirmed this in many many decades if ever because as we talked about nineteen was very different you know. We didn't fear the Soviet Soviets economically we didn't have that high degree of integration. Once again pulling this apart is difficult because there are parts that are very constructive relationship with China and also we do want to engage them because no president sheet. That's not the end of the game. There are more liberal more reforms in China. And there's a power struggle going on there. They're very much on the defensive and who knows how larger powerfully but we shouldn't give up hope that the new Deng Xiaoping could come round and maybe they went for political liberalization but they would scale back. The economic nationalism had because it may be in their interest in the long run for certain segments of the I've Chinese community to have more open and free trading China. I'm so doug here here's what but I think we're limited how much we can influence that debate. But here's why we just can't sever the relationship and have complete not existence Between them is because there are commercial benefits and there has to be. This hoped that the future could be better. So here's what I'm hearing from my friend. Doug AGAIN IN IN MY MIND. I keep going back to what I experienced or the end of the final phase of the Cold War but I think of I believe in February but of the year was nineteen forty. Six Cold War is just beginning. And George Kennan. An American diplomat then serving in Moscow receives a couple of queries. What to the Soviets think they're doing about this that and the other from the State Department in Washington and he decides that a brief answer won't do so? He composes. The famous long telegram. He composes a five thousand word cable. That goes back to Washington. And you look at that thing. All these years later it said everything he understood the military component. He understood Soviet psychology and he outlined the strategy of containment which fundamentally remained American policy for forty five years until the end of the cold or the story is more complicated than that. But the point I'm trying to make is white from the get go. There was a canon represented an infrastructure of scholarship and diplomacy people have been struggling with the problem of Soviet communism since the Russian revolution of nineteen. Seventeen we knew what to do. Doing it was hard. We knew what to do. And what you're saying now is here. We face China. And here's what's different. We have no idea what to do. We just don't know the suit. Chinese have cash. They've already here where I sit in Silicon Valley. They've already invested all around Silicon Valley. They have students at every institution including yours and including the one where. I sit and of course overwhelmingly. These are good people but are they all are some who the suspicion that we have to entertain. How do we? How do we think about this? And I sort of thought that life friend. Doug would have figured it out. What we're saying is this is a hard problem and as an intellectual matter. We're just at the beginning of thinking it through. Is that correct? I think that's probably correct and I think what you have is different communities. You have economists political scientists who have military strategists. You have intelligence experts who are all working their little area in you. Don't have some of the grand vision of a cannon whose putting it all together because you're right. We kick all the Chinese students out or do we do that. Can you manage them in because they might have minders on campus and there might be in labs and feeding information back back home so it's it's a very difficult challenging problem and it's not one for justice administrations many administrations in the future? You Give Donald Trump credit for getting the effort underway the effort of of recognizing reality and standing up to them now without criticism though. Because I think we have Freight some alliances. Our views on China. They're shared by many people many other countries In government levels at the popular opinion novel other countries are not willing to stand up. Because they're much more vulnerable to retaliation from China. And that's where I think joining with these countries and building alliances. I mean this something. I'm sure just a tray. Schultz would say you can't go into this fight alone We do have the world who is very much on our side on many of these issues but once again they need leadership because they can't do it alone and they'd feel much safer if you're taking lead bring along with us and also we'd be much more effective China if we had many other countries on our side doing things in concert with us against a problem that we have with them not difficult because countries are going to want to different what they're going to be willing to do you have to negotiate those things it's messing takes time. It's not as easy as viscerally striking back but in the long run. That's much more effective than you're saying we can do it all of ourselves and we don't need alliances because I think then we're weaker for it in. We'll have a less effective strategy. Okay last question. Doug If you could if you could commandeer the attention of our chief executive and get into listen to whatever you said for a minute and the questions were trade and China what would you say to. Donald Trump Well that's a very difficult question. How do you sum this up in in one minute and I guess it might be an elaborate on what I just said you know? When he says sometimes our allies treat us worse than our enemies. No that's not constructed. We actually do need them and yes they can be annoying yes they can be not quite on the same page as us but if we are in a long run struggle in either with conflict or with in some cooperations well with China We need more than just ourselves and we do need to think of a scratchy. Because we don't have one at the moment And we're groping for how to deal with this thing and You know the blame. I put primarily on chief putting China's different guests. Yes yes right. We've changed But we have to adjust these changes. That are happening there all right professor. Douglas Irwin of Dartmouth College. Thank you for uncommon knowledge the Hoover Institution and Fox nation. I'm Peter Robinson won't own.
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'cause you're going anyway. I'm a four hundred. I'm not paying you. They are. I'm just trying to be reasonable. I want you to negotiate for me because I don't think they'll give you four hundred night because I think they already have such a built in audience audience. But I think you'll help line the party. 'cause you will stay till seven am now. Are Your new hours till six for real. I'm not six nine six now with eleven unfortunately unfortunately not that into circuit. And you're going there nonstop now. It's just an added thing so like before you go once now it's like in your repertoire. Because you've run out out of places what happens. Is You bright right. What happens is let's say something slow at you've got rockwell? They'll be like let's go to eleven and then you're like okay gas and you go there and actually no. It's eight o'clock WANNA shoot yourself. I gotTa get the hell out of here is sunlight who data going the whole business and stuff to do. During the day I know unfortunately could sleep during the day. As soon as I get home I lay down from a half hour shower. And I'm out again right. I should be dead. You're not really no really seriously. It's crazy I think you're GONNA get worn out but you would think thirty dollars. I liked this. I've known you always fine now. It's becoming an issue awesome. Yeah I know you don't realize you're in it. I see I'm like sad about it because you're literally it's like every other night but little sex before you go out go have a drink. Let's go to live stop at three thirty though for right right right now. It's coming like every other day. Yes been bad. And you're and you're not stopping until you'RE GONNA get sick and really get sick. Yeah not that hard. I don't know I have no no. No no I've watched through the other night. have one drink the whole night. You guys anybody anybody drinks and and even take these shots and you do these crazy facial horrible yeah worse. But I'm saying shot I'll do shocks. I have no choice. Somebody inside a couple of shots. I don't care it's your body drinkers thing to keep going. Because you know I'm like a robot to uh-huh sleep or eat I that that you know what that's caught up to everybody at this point it's not it's GonNa be it's inevitable it's inevitable. So New Year's was amazing at the fountain blue. Oh Yeah how was it. It was oh you weren't there for so I went to my friend friend. Lauren riders yacht the Best Boorda parties go two hundred for yacht. Everyone was there. Jamie Foxx Fat Joe. I saw del Beckham spoke For a few minutes what he say that was fun. We were just talking about New Year's actually resolutions told me was asking a few people not a lot but a few he told me his. I mean which I won't talk about but we had a really good conroe. Shut a great vibe. Yeah what's your New Year's my New Year's Resolu- honestly to the club for an extra extra two hours. Oh No no actually brought the new year. My New Year's John I'll be honest. My New Year's resolution is to get fucking paid. That's that's it. I mean every year I haven't twenty twenty is a you said that everybody twenty is tom to be ruthless. The time they get paid and time to win. Can I tell you my thing because you love to put up quotes and stuff all the time people love that. I know that my love that but I always think the people that say those quotes are the ones that never actually make it. I have a few friends that always say where up next coming this year. Way To you see what I have but where none of them have different. Talking about things are out there and saying I'm next. I'm the biggest not like that just like this year. I want to make money this year. Is I'm going to be dedicated this year. You should do this shit. Yeah but I'm just saying like anyone that's always like we're up next never happened the lot of India's out there like I got got this year twenty billion the I know dude I know zero keep moving right like I'm always like just to it. Stop telling people you're we're up next. That's up next I. I don't want to be always like yeah this year. I put no New Year's anything this year. You're doing stop talking about it do it right Edwin. I'm doing this. I'm doing this year. I'm shut the fuck up. Do it go to work. But you don't think since you have a Lotta Hopefully you're going to have this year. 'CAUSE I plan on. I'm doing a lot of this huge. This is my door die year. Same same the dead do it. Dad Died Dad because I have a lot of things that are going to happen. It's you you or not. And if they don't I'll be fucked so like this year to me is very very important. Which is why I don't hang out with you as much because you wanna go to the clubs? I mentally can't even hear about that because I literally it's do or die like the products. TV stuff all. That stuff is what I'm worried of ours and you are not at all. Of course I'm worried about and which is okay worried if I go to the club single. That's nothing to do business. I'm still eight. Am Work Every day. No but it's GonNa wear you mentally out doesn't though I promise you. It doesn't Mentally Cellino physically mentally physically and mentally is almost the same with you. Because it's like if you're dead. You're dead good I can go body. You'll be dead. My mind makes us this college go. Let's go I'm funny. I Dunno up to forty five minutes. Ask Fine listen to me. It's just started like last week for New Year. You've been going go go. Don't you also don't want to be the loser that's always out. I gotta ask you that because I'm serious I don't want to be the last person on earth does uh-huh real friend of course out of anyone. That's why I'm the real save please. No but I'm saying like about you don't appreciate it. I know you don't care but really now. Of course no one else. They'll tell you they'll just a great time you care is sometimes you shots. Sometimes it's shot of course at the point where it's not shots anymore. The bullshit still shot. No yes bullshit. I swear still shots hero shock the shocks shots like. I can't believe you went out again Monday because you were out in. I don't I don't want us out Saturday till seven. Am and then. You were out Sunday to Sunday instead. Because you're a crash. The Friday Thursday Friday Saturday and I saw you on Thursday. Thursday wins the Wednesday Wednesday Friday Saturday. But you know that's normal enough for a grown man. None anybody seventeen or normal. That's not even end. Is Crazy like these girls. Whatever twenty twenty one to like? I don't know how you do it. They're dead asleep till three or four o'clock in the afternoon right murder. How the fuck you alive? Even I don't know I don't know really. Wow anyway well the one good thing about it. Everyone says I look way younger lately. I look great. I don't know why I'm not sleeping eating but I look great so I'm not sleeping around leading so you're losing weight but that's not I mean it's good but it's not good but they say I look younger and not just lose weight you at the Club at two. Am It's pitch it during the day. Some totals one girl to girl girls not the hundreds of people you see every night obviously and you know what I was watching you with a fam- everybody everybody every random person in the clinical. You're talking to that loser loser now. So what happens is now when we're out if we go to dinner they'll be coming over. I don't want those people coming over here. They know better. Do they know better than I do. Not Of course you take your head off you crazy. Interest House for the club does not mean. I'm trying to say hello. Get they get that you guys listening. Don't come over to the table do not your head will be ripple with me do not I don't I don't get me trouble. Double stay away. Wow Anyway I mean we've gotTa talk about food too because this is the food podcasts. Or just in Aruba. I think I'm addicted to Timmy. Jury sauce really elite. Argentine steakhouse called Cow Shit's insane. I have so much to me that I was like the green stuff. Yeah so good more All my God like a lot of new restaurants opening in Miami. I just found what what opened. SOPA is opening another restaurant here. And they're talking whether it's going to be a burger restaurant or right by prime when twelve. So that's opening then sexy fish from London. I heard opening in brickell which is like competition to uh-huh Komodo Novikov and all that stuff and Manhattan. There's this new Food Court that is gorgeous where it's like somewhere in midtown it's like fucking irregular sick food quarter becoming like the biggest thing. It's crazy was the best of their list of twenty restaurants and everything. Everything is so good. Because it's all crazy as driving here lilly. Ten minutes down the road. Twenty thirty food trucks. Oh Yeah it's Today's what of knowing days today Tuesday. Yeah Tuesday yeah. It's all right here in hall over. Trump wants we should go. Are you rate Joe so my mother. There has literally been staying in my apartment for like fourteen days ago. She likes to keep this place so spotless. Yeah I love that. Every time I come home we put this put this put this. I'm like it's my par- he you know she's always right there and then I come home the other day and she cook. What are you cooking? We never have. That's right up for the house. So I got a delivery from hellofresh no and it came with all those beautiful like chicken breasts like this meat potatoes all all this stuff onions. She's cooking the hellofresh. You put a whole thing together. Was it was amazing. So I got my truffle Catch up out of the fridge and I started dipping all that stuff. She cut the potatoes up. They were amazing. First of all these baby potatoes everything in the boxer. Everything comes in the box. Hawks tells you never done this before. It's all yeah it's basically like I go to the grocery store put everything together and it's like one whole thing which is insane it comes to the door. It comes to the door until come home and she was literally cooking it and it was insane and you know what the average trip to like. A grocery store is like forty one minutes thirty five hours so stressful years. I go once a week. It's like thirty five hours a year with a heck wants to do that. And they like preportion ingredients so there's like less prep for you unless food waste and easily changed aged delivery days for like food preferences. Kipah Week whenever you need it unless great and now it's like five dollars and sixty six cents per serving. It's so inexpensive expensive. And you know what they're like America's best value meal kit at this point because you've got an entire meal with all amazing ingredients. It's great great go to hellofresh DOT COM slash food. God Ten and use the code. Food got ten during hellofresh. His New Year's sale for ten free meals including free shipping. That's hellofresh dot com slash Fuga Tan and use code. Food got ten during hellofresh as New Year's sale for ten free meals including free shipping free. Ten free meals aren't happening there right now. Although that number again you probably hellofresh dot com slash food. God Ten Code Ten okay beautiful signing up right now yeah it was awesome. I loved it this year. This season on the podcast. I want I wanted to a lot lot more food stuff. That's going to be the theme for this season until Antonio Brown comes on exactly So anyway at least for this episode. We're going to talk about crazy foods. 'cause I it was fashion. Makeup and food food is become. I feel like I've been a part of it to make a real category in in in everything I'm literally can food hot. Everybody at every restaurant. INSTAGRAM's our food. That's like the first thing you do like donate it. Don't touch everybody I go oh my God and take the picture yet. It happens all the time all the time and today so i WanNa talk about this trend of All these crazy cereal crazy drinks to sodas. The Foreign Sodas Sodas. It's becoming a big thing here. A lot of the rapper. Lil Little Pump. Right doesn't little pump love series of Soda Soda. Soda Sodas pump all those weird sodas. I love of crazy. Sodas I love those weird frigging. I don't know I see thousands of them. I go crazy when I see it. The color officials. But they're beautiful and today we you have somebody who says he's a leader in the cereal cereal game of like doing this guy this leader. He speaks of claiming to be the guy that created the rapper. Cereal and now people are copying him left and right and he'll also sells dirk us. He's the guy that did the baby eh dawn on. What's going on Twang Bro? What do I want I although today? Yeah that allowed to say that allowed a fix it fix it a real pro fixing the one that invented rapper. Cereal would've fixed it without saying. Yeah so what do you your online store. I know it's relaunching in February. I want to tell everybody because he was panicked about it. But it's it's going to relaunch in February. What's it called so flow snacks so flow snacks? Snacks from around the world around the world is from Japan Turkey everywhere every caller reserve deserve all crazy stuff. So how did you get into this crazy business because like food God thing so January of two dozen nineteen a couple of my my friends and I were just sitting around where we gotta figure something out the next next big thing like we got to sell something that no one else is doing. Everyone's got a clothing line. Everyone's got you know Different fantasy may make sure everybody's not doing everybody loves it does and everybody's right so we just thought what about the serial we started seeing that everyone's buying sodas from Japan and cereals from Europe and whatever and so we're like let's get into it. Let's see what kids would pay for for it right. So we just went local. We started buying these serials from around the around the country around the world or wherever the stuff that you can't find here and so we started telling our friends. Hey we got these serials in it. I didn't want them fifteen dollars a pop. These kids were buying left and right they were paying Osceola social media everywhere. Bragging Sodas I got a little. Like the sodas like it's fake right. Yeah and during this time it was like we were using just cash. Then what are serious not serious. What are some of those desserts? And things in sodas were going crazy right so vanilla cream candidate dry was really big. Because they don't have that in American. Oh that's only Canada As far as fans as Japanese Fanta Banana Yogurt Banana Fanta from Japan Lee. Chee Flavor Fanta all these different these. He's flavors a Fanta. People love them here because they're so sweet in America they wouldn't add that much sugar to these sodas But but yeah so basically what we did did we just started selling these to our friends and people locally and we started seeing how big it was getting so we need a website. We need to put all these on a website and we need to start shipping them across Austin country because everyone was come. They wanted from Montana. Wisconsin California everywhere so so we started the website and we started shipping. These out and everyone was was buying them and we were doing well and I believe it was around. What time of the year was? I wouldn't do with you all all right. So around five Spit it out in the league that whole day all right so a month after the start. Dirk which is a Rapper in the in the hip hop industry. Famous Kirk. The baby somebody somebody else. That's the current this little little derk. Dirk Okay Gotcha. So we met Little Dirk and we kind of just gave them a bunch of these foreign cereals and snacks and Sodas and he said I want my own. No and we had no idea how to do that. So so that was his idea or or joint. Collaborate was a joint his right right right right right exactly. He's do enjoy and we said we don't have no no no no no no he said I want my own cereal in our heads. We said my wife. I think first thing we said we were going to do it. We're going to get it done. And he said all right. I want it to be the flavor I wanted to be named this. Look like this Blah Blah Blah and so two months later boom. We released Dirk IOS right here there. It is Missy this thing now dirk IOS to me looks like a box of dog food. Oh my goodness the way. Why didn't you make the same shape exactly of a cereal box for real? You guys killed the Travis Scott One by the way we're going to get a little a little bit of a little bit of information that nobody really knows or thought about. Except what do you mean guys killed it so no no no we released durkee. Okay jerk off talk architects architecture. The Grace Awhile. McLaren sure is great. It's beautiful I wish it did have more of like the serial fat like I wanted to look more like real right right dutiful but the way who pretty right so the way we did it was it was kind of like a collector's item. So this isn't a cereal box that people are going to get get just actually put into a bowl and have breakfast so what we did when we release the Dirk Ios release them in April five five months later June. Soon of two thousand nine hundred Travis. Scott Receives puffs announced their cereal. So it nothing to do with that nothing to do with US seriously. The ISLEY rapper ever released a serial travis. Scott wanted to do the same thing did it with General Mills. But I'd like to just point out out that Travis Scott doesn't own receives puffs that's not his own cereal right just so you're saying he made a mistake. Millions of dollars from General Mills. Sure licensed his name for General Mills is right. He should have gotten his own smaller box. Smaller bus right spoiler rapper. Also you're saying though so listen so don't meals was not a good idea for travis. Probably I don't know what are the flavor differences. Are Those because we know what puffs obviously recess. What are Durkee Durkee is are we try? I don't know yeah. Let's get some looking. It's all there any flavor to this winter now. Yeah the French Vanilla Flavor. No Way Ready. Try this or here we go liberdade somewhere. Have you tried these yet or is what do you think of them. I like them Dirk likes them. That's the most poor cars this breadcrumbs let me see how long it takes Sarah who try the reason seriously the general mills trevor garbage box. We open and traffic later addition and we did open a Durkee was obviously closed our eyes and said which tastes better. That would have been more fun. We still do that too late. Because I have to go through these uh-huh more now. These are actually. I mean they're sweet. They're nice listen guys aren't going to be general mills. It's your first. Try to thing however whoever you were the pioneers in Rapper Sierra which is important fact right about this whole thing and I wanted to add we had no idea was gonNA kick off like we had no idea what we we're getting ourselves into when we thought about the rapper cereal. Is Anyone GonNa buy this. WHO's GonNa buy this? Are they going to pay. Oh I forgot to mention this twenty five dollars a box. Are they GONNA pay that. We had no idea right. And then once we release them we realize WHOA have other rappers. Musical artists reach out enough. I can't mentioned mentioned. I can't mention names but twenty. Twenty is a big year for US February as food God mentioned is our relaunch and we are going. That'd be releasing something special a couple o- late that lascaux things so just keep an eye on so flow snacks and we got more things coming. But I did bring some more. Snacks Sodas for so long with our own cereals. We do sell exotic series from around like Halloween crunch crunch. I brought Bhutto's Halloween crunch hold on murder. Go through these our real around the table. Br brought the Bhuttos from Kedah. We we don't love these Dorky or does your first one flavor is going to change and get better. Wait till next episode. Oh what did I say I say that because if I want to see if I close the key if I close my eyes and we taste has what are they called Dork Ios IOS and the cardboard box that they came in gene also identical. which is sugar on top of cardboard but because it was the first one right the genius of coming up with it as is what we're talking about murders eating the maximum flavor? I don't know this stuff. I mean they have clubs. It's all the clubbing. It was a good taste. Nothing I'm not even a wise ass tastes. Zero seems brighter my mouth bird. I'm having they tricked Turkey. Oh they just fucking enough food so food just tricked murder murder into eating first gluten free meal ever while House. We're free free sticker so folks necks or no. Wow all right so halloween crunch crack. One thing about the Halloween crunch that I found so different is that the serial makes the milk green to be like a little call a wing thing. I'M GONNA I have milk guys. I love Captain Crunch. It's one of my cereals. Fruity pebbles goals my favorite. Here we go. Let's mill turns green guys ready. Let's see if the house the milk and a turn green when these aren't even green. I don't understand so far. The milk is completely white. The milk looks beautifully beautiful white. They've ever seen Bro. Why is it green? Why there's no ghost is it green? Where's it goes turn green? I see attorney Green. I'll be done eating. Inga little green on the side of this thing right now. That's about it was that that's not me. That's captain crunch. Does Brown turn the milk talking. Black Cardboard Brown. What do you think good actually? So what are some of the people. Are you making money in this business. What's going on here? I'm not gonNA flaunt or anything. Why I it's good money? It's really good money. Actually so there's a lot of people that are buying the serial buying these sodas. And they're they're getting into by I to put on the shelf and flow with it posted on instagram. Like murder said The rappers are loving it. The rapper actually without the companies. That are selling these exotics even trying. They're promoting all these sodas because for example like you said low pump if you post like all these sodas all of his fans WanNa try it for that. Fanta look so good. I I WANNA try. Who has it then? Go look for the companies that sell it they find so flow snacks. They're buying it as they're buying that they see this. They see this they see this and they buy it all. It's all in their car and they swipe boom it's got competition like there's a few companies out there but I don't. I don't see anyone coming close to us. 'cause no other company has made rapper. Serio real other than of course you know general after they don't trust right. So what are you gonNA sue. I mean I couldn't trademark the idea of a rapper cereal real. I wish we could have It was definitely an idea that we had to trademark. But like I said before we had no idea it was going to turn out like this to see. This is what people want you know. Maybe that helped Travis Bill General Mills like. I think it definitely made I think because they're not going to do like a thousand wrappers for you. I'm going to thank them. I'm going to drop the modest act than say that jerk US did make cereal go viral dirk for the first time. I saw cereal on instagram. On My my timeline countless times in one day you know so from there on after the Dirk yields well of course it will be on your time line obviously on your time on your front page age right so I mean tanveer question we do. Well I do. Have Sodas if you guys are ready. For Sodas Yeah I got some cups here okay. What I'm GonNa do is I'm GonNa put some of these sodas in here and you're gonNA guess right? He's giving us a Soda Mystery Soda. I know smelling no smell the same both the same soda. This is peach. I'm allergic to peach each so. This is definitely a speech. Yeah for sure all right so it is. It's Chinese Peach Fana from China okay. So that's the first not bad not bad how bad all right not good Just fill it out until we go. We're going to try this Chinese peach cake right all right. Let's see what we got next. Good I'm GonNa find here we go. Let's see yogurt flavored chips. Yup from Japan law. You like those Your Guy Yogurt flavor homemade a con Agra flavored chips. All right here wait for I wanNA see both your reactions. Are they all flat. Flat Flat Bro. They'll like a tire in the middle of ninety five all flat. Yeah horrible joke like seriously flat well. This one's yeah flat the other one wasn't this a little bit dry. It was yes. Flat Flat Flat Soda Hot and Flat Soda. I mean the two worst world it any worse this one you guys have never tasted. Don't look all right. Here's this one. Oh God although he seems smelling running joining us kids. I want to be sure. It's fucking alive Kiwi. Oh it's not no nope the hard one spicy spicier. There's me Sally Nope. I was a melon. Nope we could sit here all day. You won't get and it's flat as Faulk by the way it is flat as fuckers bubbling. Ero What are you gonNA company called gas for so flow drink. Police chases so flat broke several. Which one is Roy winner? Okay maybe you lost a little flat people listening. He's back. Wait so you get the guests flavor. We don't know it. It's actually sunflower our flavor sunflower. I liked that one flatter by the way I was sick of the color of that. I love the awhile all right. Have more go ahead. Sodas we go bartender all right here. We go guys is drink is orange and it's probably orange. What is it murder besides being flat this one have gas? I'm searching for the G- ask ask them. I am the one. Hate me in the back of the throat other than that now. I can Kiwi Tangerine Orange submarine something. Ready Orange. The Madeline An and dragon fruit. That's everything he said. She said Melon Orange because no Mellon Orange Mellon dragon fruit. All right what else. Oh Oh you hadn't tasted it no. I didn't for good reasons for all home. My God this is the most oddly flavored one. Okay the popular everyone. That's good I know people want to buy these. Because they're cool and this is this is the good one but I mean you you guys do have such cool stuff this is look. They're all cool looking. I want them all just happened here in my house. Everybody like my favorite one. Yeah look at college very good and food. God can you tell them what bottle they see. What is the bottle? Looks like it looks like a classic metal cool fucking cool very cool like in autumn bottle. Is this apple as good actually bubbles. This has bubbles. Okay so we realized the plastic ones right. Noble said are cleared to have nobles. These have bubbles. I Dunno it's melon melon. Oh it's not the ballot again. Know What these yogurt flavored lays all right so the yogurt flavor lease are are actually from China. Okay imported over there okay to eat. They don't try to kill of course have you had there should before about it now. I had the Sabi Abby Flavor I bring it let's see the as you can see. It's the packaging in these foreign countries. They actually lead Sir since you're packaging. Yogurt flavor lays he's from China with bubbles. All right we're flavored lays from China not bad dumb up. It's it's good. Yeah it's not bad lamb in the Middle East. You eat chips with with Yogurt Doc. So it's kind of like a mixture of a really good taste. Is it chill the that I it wasn't that great because we are expecting something something like tangy mellow yeah. How many of these bags do you have a laser off thousands thousands thousands? I'll really yeah we have a fulfillment center that we have their love. That it's all weird shit. I'm so tired of the regular stuff right. We have a field of sodas. Okay no more more peach candidate dry. No what about this one being completely blunt with you. We have not figured out what this is yet. It's right so maybe that's he's not even. I know what the flavor could be called flat tire. Run that Fanta Fanta has tried. Looks Pretty flat flat. All G. She supplies grow. I think so. Yeah I've heard sour. I don't even want to try it. Go Ahead Marta does. It tastes like nightclub. Ah honestly shot in the nightclub sour right no not sour sweet sweet flattest fog again but yes tweet now bad. Let's our at all your slight orangey like it's not bad. Oh he's making a horrible face. Making horrible fees lemony lime. I think it is that it tastes a little orange in there and then right there. That's an orange French. That's a lime and that's a lemon. I don't know I think bubbles would be different if you're if you're Japanese and you're listening to this from me bubbles in the soda in different every country. Please tell US shows. What's your favorite favorite soda? The what's one thing that sold out right away jerk use. Oh come on Bro. Is a video sold out very quickly. Okay quick The Lee Chee Fanta. That's actually not even here because it sold out no the melon. The aluminum cans amazing aluminum. CANS are fricken coolest. Fuck those and that shifts the lease really quick but every everything else they go really fast a candidate drives go really fast in California. The fans go really fast on the east coast and around what everybody loves Fanta. That's why lying is that the UK our biggest customers. I'm talking. They're spending thousands on thousands of dollars on one order of just cereals news and Sodas and there's just tons and tons in your grades you don't have all the cereals first of all. They don't even have our cereals. Zero cafe was such a big deal there and I got out there and unlike wait. These are from the K.. Mart you know what I mean. We ought to go drove an hour. This came to market. What the fuck I mean? They've they've been and they spent so much on shipping to shipping alone probably heavy. It's expensive when you're getting it from the UK before shipping from here to the UK. From Florida is that that even legal for real. It is to a certain extent you gotta pay the important exports and then declared that its food and but all closed containers containers of course. The sodas are closed containers the the bags of cereal. Or Sodas are heavy right the sort of the other get heavy so like I said with the weight of these packages shipping just keeps keeps going up. Even when you're and sometimes it'll be expensive for us but we've already charge the customer a certain amount we don't ask for more we will take it out of obviously the profit marginal right for our customers to be happy no matter what I think. All this stuff is very very cool. Visually appealing all. These areas are fun gifts for people whether they're flat or not. It doesn't doesn't matter. Just want to Halloween crunch box sitting here on my cupboards so people come and say wow food got word you got that so. I think these are all really a little bit. You've been a pioneer in the Cereal game with coming up with the Dirk IOS Dirk IOS The cereal taste like cardboard which is really special. So you know what it was your first one. I know the next one's I've already seen some topple couples are going to be really delicious Always the first ones are like you know what I mean are going to be the difficult one because I'm sure you've probably rushed to do it. We wanted to get it out as fast as part of a celebrity. Sarah Somebody wanted to popstars wanted to get into that so we're not not only doing rappers. We're not only doing singers. We're doing you know what influencers wants celebrities. We're actually trying to get a few not gonNA say take safe of alcohol could look all I can say is twenty twenty your keep your eyes on us. We got a lot of things come in lying. I can't lie okay. And listen in the business world you have something called a nondisclosure agreement where okay such secretive secretive like. This is a serious business. It didn't somebody's laughing. Not GonNa give us one name excited about it. I want to get people excited about this. Your chance who else is going to promote you like this all right for the first time announced ever we've got sway Lee serial. No twenty Louis State coming soon. We love swayed by one of our good friends. People around wonderful wonderful guy like I said when these people a lot of these celebrities as they reach out to us a lot of these singers artists they reach out to us. We don't say yes to just anyone of course because you have to keep your company looking good durose was really the ministry. If you're good you would be shocked a lot. There's a lot of people in the industry. Now that you've seen people with one point five five to three million followers but there nobody's they. I have no idea who they are at all. Yeah right so we like to get people that if my a mom is seeing my mom is like Oh my God. You did that cereal. My Grandmother knows who the artist is. We want to get people like that. Swaley has hit. Every you're telling me. Your Grandmother Knows Waleed annoyed. Grandmother would have been the coolest fucking bad bitch and town sway Lee. You know what I mean. So we're trying to get a lot of artists flavor. What relic beyond say like? That's what you should be going after. Are you going on radio. Korea Lady Gaga. Cereal the GEICO. You Miss Every shot. You don't take so we're taking every shot we can take boom. Yeah so what does that mean before. He's got shot in the first Merdeka shot in the foot. Yeah got shot only hear about this podcast for our episode is probably two three. Okay okay all right all right I gotTA listen to everybody. Go back poker chips the only thing you get stomach great. Thank God i WanNa see Doritos Oreos for more than three fucking minute. We'll sweetly have real flavor. Flavors already been decided. Okay designs already been sighted. Everything's looking will there be bubbles soda. Joking obvious really wanted to get into doing custom sodas to we do also offer the sodas. private-label Sodas for some of the We do have a few ideas robbers that I cannot mention no of course. Oh Vanilla. Ice Vanilla Manila ice candidate dry All that'd be huge as you guys know in rapper in the hip hop industry sodas are really big murder. Of course explain on I. I mean every wrap round robber but what is hip hop soda. I'm having no huge. I getting huge. Who noted so myrtle like that to do that? Caesar's birth But the biggest thing out there I mean these guys go out daily by Twenty thirty cases these days showing off like it's lashing them. Yeah it's a flex its a A.. And for some of the listeners. If you don't know already these fans are not cheap. These fans run you twenty twenty five thirty dollars a pop. Wow it's way Yup all all Japanese gentleman a so yeah it is a flex these rappers when they're posting these pictures. It's hardly outfit even Well that's great. I think this is the new the new Makeup Cup the new clothing the new jewelry is custom foods. You know I got my food catch up. I got a lot of things coming out a lot of products so I love these original products. MITROFF will catch up is going to be bananas. So they're trying to get a food guys here but I mean can. I got too many products that launching that a lined up. I can't put cereal to get Murphy Murphy. One real quick. I think. Someone's knocking for murder Murphy. It's the guy with the gas tanks to Philip right all right give me some does now. People are pissed that there's no bubbles to return it. No no no once you open it. It's it's done you know. Believe it or not I didn't. We don't do this because we wouldn't do this. Where legitimate company? 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Our website company INSTAGRAM. Everything is relaunching in February with a whole new design. Whole new look logistics everything? We'll be all new for the customer. The other snacks or candies. Or we're a little bit of everything. We're going to have the salty sweet that the Soda Do Foreign Candy to. Yeah Yeah we do we. So so like I said when these array for a taste for the past year because we did we Started a company one year ago this response from four for the past year. We have been listening to everyone's on record. We're taking that all into consideration with the with the new launch. So we're excited to show you guys what the what the new company has to offer and And we hope you like it. Has Anyone requested doritos to be used as building blocks not yet not yet might be the first I see here this absolutely the boxers cool the I. It's over being all fun and Games but like these cereals are so cool. I want all of these in my house. 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Fell deliveries like the company may be chapter eleven and it's just like there's this robot arms mailing close to me. This is here i am it is a great shirt. They built on all right look last week. I listened to the show. I listened to it back. Sometimes they do that. I don't think you guys understood that one car per green each lane costa. It's absurd all right fine. Why should be more. I think it should. I don't know what i should say. I think they should make it. I think it should say i should block off one lane. Do you know that there is an exit. It is i think the the right before the bar who makes it to cars. There are two and three those are luxurious so it says two cars per green. Yes it does what the fuck does that mean that means because everybody's trying to get on that it means four cars go right if it's ugly shows so if i pulled three assist if i'm if i'm behind one of two cars ah i'm in a car sitting there there so i get to go at the same speed as the person ahead of me yes because two cars per greenie imagine how well thank you mr mr infrastructure no not you. I'm saying like who knows if a structure for looking king in a big math on a wall of like a seventies office in there like looks like the i five is getting a little red by <hes> up the cars per greenidge lane to to do to help you out and this is the impression. They're trying to stop my car brandon and i love it. I love that you sit on these two car lane. I think that they're i think they're nerds there. Like how can we ease congestion. You think you think they're trying to help me out really young you think it's me and them against who zeus if they're not on the other team wiz cumia break they love they love they'd. I love to make it like an all right lane. They'd love it to be like hey man. The only color icy is traffic. Okay all right buddy right bickel lane. I'd say to them anyways. No they're not on anyone's side. They're they're fucking there i. I don't doubt their intelligence. We all saw a singles campbell scott's character wasn't he in charge of looking at traffic may may mixing up a bunch of ninety s movies come on all right true. Maybe there'd be like a forty five year old eliades. Yes you gotta campbell scott's character and singles definitely silently the studied traffic. Look it up but that's presented as an occupation that he goes like oh if you do traffic specialists <music>. I'm there yeah but that doesn't mean they're not necessarily good people who would take that job to put a sign on an on ramp. That says hey a <hes>. Put your left foot your foot out do the hokey pokey and then you could get on the freeway home by five. No dude come on go to capitol hill. Get your get your get your money. Tell them what you tell them. There needs to be to fucking ramps. I agree with you on that. That's what i'm trying to. I'm trying wanna make your day by leading. You know that they exist it all right well. We already talked about so many more cars. It's two more breaks. I can truecar's per green each lane. Oh yeah i mean it's great. I know that light. It gets a yellow. I thought that would get a bigger rea- so i'm reading the room. These guys have had it up to here. I guess what we've got some delightful for you so you can stick them up your ass. I'm not gonna warm you up for them. I'm gonna bring him out. You're gonna love them and you're going to be like. I feel bad about the lukewarm response at the time of the show. This is a new show the news that you don't deserve it but you get it anyway but you're going to get some great people. You're going to make some new friends. You're gonna love our conversation. Oh man go home and tell that to your dumb parents terrible peop- there's so great rate and some of you are nice. I'm sure i wrote down apologizing to misses mom free for jumping off the garage roof of plastic bags. I think probably told that story though yeah land. I don't know i just remember like a <hes>. I think it was a story about how my mom was trying to get bombing right because it was like i remember me and my best friend like we we were jumping off the garage roof his garage roof with a hefty bags like if you wanted to see if it like slowed our descent and someone size doing it and told my mom i think my mom's response was i'm taking you over. There and you're going to apologize for for being seen seen by her putting myself in danger. That's not what she wanted but some moms or twenty three. I don't know i look look at it like now. What would you do dan. I'd be the worst dad and i'm twice that age pack. What's up you get up there in jumped twenty times in a row. I'd be like like why yeah. I don't know if my kids said i'm going to jump off the garage with a hefty bag. It'd be like we'll i. Let's shoot it. I don't know what i would actually still think it'd be like well. Maybe it'll work like a pair of white wouldn't it. You're like eighty pounds at bake. The bag says it holds me so i wrote. I prefer quiet. I think it's because that's the new uber setting. I prefer quiet now. I'm locked in it. We talked about this. I saw it. I get excited. Predicted like this is going to lock you in like like what happens the day i have had. I've been like you know. I'm a little. I'm on my way from here to there. I'd actually love to talk to somebody. That'll chatty tonight and then they look at the thing i really i. I can't force someone to talk to me. Yeah already says i prefer quiet by default. I'm going to select talk to me. That poor fucker. You know talk to me also means. Hey if you wanna talk i know but here's the thing it's creepy to not talk to each other in the car. If you sit the way i sit i sit by you. Just stare backwards facing in the front seat trying to react to me like it's a good show and i appreciate that you're trying. You're you're like well. That's a thing to talk about is like a flower pot near like jesus christ. Kill me all right. Let's bring out our friends. Bring them out one of the time just because we don't want them to compete <hes> <hes> but those i bring out a i'm not gonna call her a close friend but i am going to call her like somebody that like so enamored with and i never and look like i don't know there's a thing i'm not gonna over talk. Why don't give her credit because she's amazing. I don't know anything she does. She was ready for s._n._l. And it's like like i met her through jeff kind of through the improv community like really on who is allowed to talk about she's been working on the jordan peele twilight zone show <hes> let let's let let's let her speak for a cellular lease. Welcome heather. Anne campbell put my guest on the cbo but yeah i heather other and cam jam heather man looking good back of the van letting no okay tracks well. I'll freestyle till it gets gross. That's my role. How how are you thanks for. Thanks for coming out visiting. I'm good. How are you good. I'm good good all right. I'm always happy to see you. I'm happy to see you all the last time that we sat down. It was like two hours of video game talk and i did most the listening which blew my mind knows yeah. We talked about video games. We play way more video games. Yeah i mean i. I play a lot of bad ones now but i used to play really good video games and it was really great and fun and i think we talked about those times. Yeah we talked about the old times the new times the third person times the first person times. You've got a new podcast called the how did this get played yeah where you're as the name would imply. Thank you very you might say thank you. You're kinda. I haven't listened to it. So you want to describe <hes> so nick whiteman i i play a terrible video game and then we talk about it with guest guest also plays the terrible video game and there are infinite terrible video games to the show will last forever. Does it spend all of time does does the guest get to pick. We've we've asked a couple of guests if they have a pick and they have chosen but generally they're like. I don't know whatever and then we tell them. Well enjoy leisure suit larry and like hope you like play a and again but we've played. We're playing new games old games. It's actually really nice to pull out all of my old video game systems. I pulled out my old dreamcast for recent episode. That hasn't been released yet. Oh when i was i saw the instagram follow her on instagram like you'll get intimidated because you'll you'll posted a photo of like a fucking engine also said like do you did you wrench on cars and should i know i have have a problematic car and i <hes> try to take care of it. I've learned how to drive a nineteen and seventy eight two eighty z and t tops folks. Come on give it up come on. He's upset but it's it reach out. I saw that when you when you posted girl t top amazing thanks i sealed over. This is going to break your heart. I <hes> had the sunroof patched. Okay you're right. Oh top is that cool but so the car has his fuel injection system so the lines over the top of the engine and one day i started it and gasoline sprayed all over my windshield and it it was terrifying because that means you could die so i've learned how to fix that problem so that is the only wrenching that i do on my the engine and the rest of the time i usually have it towed to in that in that suit three sentences about you doing something wrong with the car. I was like oh you would have bullied. Lead me in highschool no because you're like brave enough to i'll fucking turn the key or whatever it just seems like you know your way around. The loser friends really yeah. What were you in high school. What was your archetype. I dragon lance nerd. Yes to yes general enthusiasm yeah i. I read a lot of dragon lance and i played a d._v._d. With a guy who would draw his maps on lambskin oh he also had a full suit of armor so he was like a a kid like a like a not. You know what i mean yeah i did i did. I did okay so yeah. There's no good i mean how big was your high school like how many and so my high school is four hundred kids total and it was not a good. It was not a good a good place. I hated it very much. Four hundred kids means that there's a there's a social allowance for one art. Art kid had one kid in our in the d._n._d. D._d. video game kid so it's hard to be the video game kid when there's only one allowed the truth. Is you really want another kid to the guy who drew on the maps. He was from a different school totally right like he did not what what there was no community of nerds that way i spent so much time in middle school being indian d- it never played it like i literally like my whole identity identify was i just i had three d. and d. shirts that i bought at gen con milwaukee so i i was i was gen- kinda adjacent and like i bought i bought these sweatshirts there and they're just wore those like alternated between them and i i had these etienne de books but i didn't play with anybody. I would say that was just my identity. It was just me saying step off or you've already stepped off and it was my idea. I like it was just it was but it was. It was almost just as satisfying. I spent so much but then in high school school. I've i thank god i had a six hundred student high school that i transfered to and that there were three nerds allowed and they found me and my brain blossom because we would get two. I met these guys when we would get together and play d._n._d. For from three to nine p._m. That's that's great. That's heart warming but you did that with by the way thank you for letting me be a guest on your show. Oh yeah i do you have any other questions for me. Website website dungeons and dragons sweatshirt it was all the black sweatshirts and they were just the illustrations from the covers of the second edition eighty not hel van school japan lee easily the paintings whatever the guy the cover ever of unearthed arcana the cover of the judge masters guide the cover of the players handbook. I think i had those three sweatshirts. That's really i mean that's fucking great. Were they were they. They were jet black. They were dandruff accentuating. It was like a black light on my shoulders everywhere. Just a big dotted sign that said back off buddy back-off ladies did did it work. Oh yeah man people give space <hes>. How do you reconcile being a nerd with being you seem marketable to me your you went into into infill into not you could have made it. You can pass for leg not a nerd but you're fucking harder core than me. Frankly i sold out as soon as i could like you still stick to your guns. You like qasr play and you. You're fucking. It's infused in your life short from our legacy. You're you think that i should have given up those things. Thank machinery that. I did know you didn't have you. You have a show that is those things no. It's not listen to this interview. It's terrible. I just i i'm just saying i'm sorry i'm just circling like like you're such an effervescent person. You never sold out you're not you. I don't know like you. You're an island league wrigley glenn. That's what you are in the like you do you do you having anxiety about your self shit or like what i see is what i get right now. I am you radiate confidence so i'm just i mean they are you. Are you swallowing down insecurity. I mean yes so the the best thing about. I think about being like an improviser for example now is that i don't ever have to be myself i couldn't i can't imagine being like a stand up and it took a lot of it was a lot of like mental homework to do a podcast because i was like oh over the course of like twenty episodes people are going to figure out who i am and they're going to hate that person and some of the comments have gotten. They're really quickly and they're they know who i am. They hate me but the things that you think people are going to what what is that kite tail and you carry with you. Are you like 'cause i. I feel that to these people are gonna google me and they're gonna pick through and what. What is it about you that you're worried. People are going to so. I wear so much of my my nerd them my phantom all of those things. I'm going to leave but i am always afraid. My imposter syndrome manifest manifest says. I don't know enough about any of the things that i actually love like when people see that i drive that car and i fixed it up twice. They're like oh. She's a gearhead head but i'm not a great ahead of you. You're like i'm not going to stand up to that fucking scrutiny. Don't ask me a bunch of fucking gearhead questions. Are you gonna shame me right but the the only thing that i feel like like i could go pretty deep on video games and then even that and that's like giving crowd yeah. That's a good that's a good david. People love it. When women talk about video games like the more the merrier people hate it so much that it changed politics. It's literally i mean for real began their the anyways but but you i mean so so have you just regarding that like in terms of your relationship with like other people's opinions and your identity and stuff. Are there epiphanies that you've come into over the last five years the you could share with me about just in that general area about like what people like. You're talking about yourself being out there being visible you having identity people having opinions about it. What's your relationship with that. How has that changed from two thousand nine two now. So ah a decade ago. I was writing for video game magazines and there were very vocal. I feel like i was. I got a trailer trailer for gamer gate in the kinds of language that met me when i was a video game journalist there there were places that really really ruthlessly called me a dumb count and at the diatribes of stuff and i was like oh this is unfamiliar and then after i stopped being a games journalist and sort of disappeared into comedy for the next few years every time i am i like poke my head up out of that that water and somebody who'd be like bitch and i'd go back under i'd be like yes i remember so i i feel like that. I was really lucky to get a preview of it before. It came down like a sledgehammer on everybody later so that would being what i've learned. Is that like i b i was very i've always been very internet like i love internet so much i was it had prodigy like on a black and white screen in my house and like was posting on prodigy forums back in the day china one keyboard under each hand off depending on the difficulty of the password. I have split keyboard microsoft's economic think because that's how i mean like a girl who's like hey mom and dad. Were you give me an arrogant namic keyboard. They're like oh. No go ahead as many as i could because i would see a t._v. And movies that if you're a hacker you had more keyboards or more screens. Were you ever a hacker. Oppose your hacker. I was like a phone phone freak ph r._e._i. Thing from the like the back of popular mechanics where you got free phone calls was that was phone. What was is that like a whistle or something you know. I was on a whistler okay i i was i was a code i just i was just seeing finding codes on b._b. Gases and it would go like oh. This is a code you can type in and then you get free long distance awesome sex-lines just a test. It was just like oh for real. If you use the code you don't get charged for a nine hundred number and like i don't even know if it was true or if my parents are just like oh good. He's not gay i don't. I don't know i have no light via. The codes did work and i was excited. Just let that person listen in on your conversation. That's not a hacker. I didn't pack anything. It was a programmer. I was very into commodore sixty four basic. You know programming. I almost said basic cable but anyways <hes>. Where were we at the talking about what we've learned. What have you learned in the last year now. Don't get me started that that's what this show is all about i was i was and you let me know what i got. There was an indication of actually like way before like long ago. You've dwelt among unlike environments where you can't please everybody. All the time is more than just a comforting platitude if you don't win a a competition at school. It's like an actual thing. You have to live with that. That's what you're describing is like you were acid washed and so is it as ah. These many years later are you. Is there a philosophy that you carry with you where you're like. Don't don't read the comments or fuck them if the can't take a joke or don't drink the history or what is the i mean. Is there any guiding philosophy at the risk of giving up my my bit <hes> which will then. I think make it ineffective. Is that any time. Somebody says something terrible to me. Online i reply with okay. I will do that or yes thank you. I agree and usually they're like okay like if somebody's like you've got a fucking terrible smile which i got on on a it was like this girl shouldn't fuck and smile. She's got terrible smile and i was like i also hate my smile and i wish wish that i didn't have it and then after that they're like no. It's not that bad. I see what you mean about like. Don't give it up because it's like oh god that is the one fear but yeah it makes sense. I feel like we've all gone through that phase and it's always yielded results and i think my fear fear is what bumps me off of that path. It always works staging. Yeah don't just like being healthy just going like like not attacking the the person back leg which is just what is that that's exactly it just being like either nothing at all or even better like just like kids. Meduse addicts buddhist mall just letting it of course which is what a daoist would do what water would do like. It always works yeah it does. Why do we stop doing it because you have a bad day. I don't know i could we get super clever and we want to fire back yeah. I got good jokes time to let them fly uh-huh damn right speaking jokes. It's time to bring out professional comedy s._n._l. Writer alum rick and morty writer nick rather for <music>. You guys both brought an s._n._l. See different comedy philosophies. No we did. We did not read it at the same time. No i got. I didn't get hired along along with a bunch of my buddies who got hired and then i was working with heather at the time and she had just gotten fired from it. I was not renewed right. It's different. I i was fired. I got fired. They never fire anybody writers and tv. You just don't pick up their option yeah yeah that's what happened. Yeah you know i reached the end of my contract and then was fired. Okay cat great fired. Make no mistake you sent fire. It's in the new contract fired you to be fired they. They mailed this this option plus. What if we like how your job of being an excellent play. We may fire you again yeah. They didn't like me as an employer talk and the next employee either because they didn't fire me again but you told me a lot of terrible stories that made me feel good about not getting hired and then i got hired catered doesn't know shit and then i had a terrible year you guys have suicide. Dreams arrange their dreams right just bite. People really hard makes me feel good. You have a dream that you're the guy being bit. No that's working on s._n._l. You're right the whole time. Thank you yeah and it's not every everybody has a different experience. Their hours was the same. It's weird the phrase thirty six. Th season shouldn't be set along with comedy. Isn't it forty six well. Now it probably is it just like like the though sonia zones are worked on the thirty six season of sketch show holy shit. I mean that's <hes> yeah. It's it's it's own thing. It's more like a sport like there aren't seasons of sports dynasty yeah yeah. It's it's an institution. It's good. Everybody loves it when they're ten years old when they turned seventeen. They're like this sucks now. I wonder if there's still trying to get back on this show so we can move. Let's do addition addition. What are your characters. Do the right kind of crowd tonight other hot. They're ready to here's here's here's a here's a here i just did impression of a guy who got fired from five years ago and can't stop talking about it all right. That's why don't you have a guy named hammerhead yeah. Of course they got a guy named. I was gonna because you're trained improviser so <hes> <music>. I'm gonna nelia someone told me you do. An incredible viola. Davis of course that of course is as we all know. The woman who is half violin. I would be more enamored with my lack of knowing who viola davis is currently. I thought it was one of your better pieces. Just saying you know i don't i don't know who that is all right. Let's go. We're gonna go rhino. It is no way who is you. Maybe i do as a <hes> <hes> to make a time. It had bad. I talked to knock violet davis's. It's fine yeah all right. Thanks harm her. She's a famous dungeon master. We're now. I feel bad. It's time for our lightning round. We're gonna go round round robin with the guests and talk about their experience with breast cancer. We'll start with heather and thank you you recently like it was. It was just fucking like it hit you like a truck. I don't wanna will be craftsman champion for sure and i let me let me go. I was diagnosed. I wasn't ready for yeah. That's how i felt. Honestly i'm more affected by but like we talked about. You talked about the brevity brevity of it from start to finish. I so i went in for my for my my o._b._g._y._n. Like hey you should get a mammogram at some point for like a baseline and there's like okay sure and i went in for my first mammogram and they were like oh god. This doesn't usually happen. I the serious doctor came in and that's what you every every time i go to the doctor. I'm like oh they're going to. I'm dying for sure i'm dying at the dentist and so they were like well so all of these things these are calcium and usually that forms around the tumor. Did you work on s._n._l. At all i did i did work on us and it was. It was as exciting but yeah so they were like you. You have stage three breast cancer three. There's only four. There's only four four is politely. Sorry but like it's over deaths yeah yeah. I mean not over over the stage for in you're listening. You're gonna make get if you have stage four there. You still can pull completely. It's kind of like a video game yeah yes. I was playing on difficult but not hard. I <hes> i was not playing on casual or normal for this thing in there like it's staged three yeah. It was like like there's a matter of the minutes until stage four and there's a big difference between stages yes so they so i i went in one on on one. Let's see i went on a thursday and by thursday of the next week i was seeing a surgeon and then last the negative ben prepping new walking you through all the stuff and they were like oh you know we would recommend our double mastectomy and i was like okay great and they were like you don't want to consult and i was like no fuck. Let's go fucking cut him off so then they did and then so less than a month from mammogram to surgery and i had a double mastectomy and then and that was that and i didn't tell anybody ahead up time like i didn't post on instagram or anything because i didn't. I really didn't want anyone to worry and i also didn't want to be identified as the as the person who had can hope thank you that was so baller yeah and then so then i got i had done and and the only the only truly scary thing too scary moments one was i came out of surgery and i didn't feel well of course you don't feel well and and i was like no i really don't feel well and they have like lo drains that go into your rib-cage to drain like all the fluid from what is a hugely traumatic injury to your body eighty and what's what's the it's because you didn't do chemo. No no. They just have for the first week two weeks one week after you have the surgery is an injury and your body is like giving up these fluids like i've been traumatized yes so you have these drains that are hanging out of you and one of them was filling up with like really dark red liquid like darker than blood and i was like that can't be right in there. No it's fine and it's like well. Can we talk to my surgeon and they're like no no it's fun and then like an hour and a half later like i really don't feel well. Can we please just for my own mental. Wellbeing get my surgeon back in and she can be like that's fine and she came in and went. Oh no i was like we have to. We have to bring you back in immediately. We have to bring you bet your bleeding internally and so i had to go under again with and that was scary like that's when my dad cried and stuff like that was rough for everyone girlfriend fainted that was scary gary because they were like you're not supposed to go under twice in a day and you know if you're bleeding internally. It's much worse than cutting off your boobs so that was that was scary and and then after that i was fine thanks though when you describe it to me you're like january blah blah blah i got the thing and it was like and then the number of days was like from start to finish yeah january twenty seven to february eighteenth was the entirety of my <unk> cancer journey that means before you're like zipping d do time to have a formal play date with a mammogram like just to do my due diligence yup and then boom worst news ever yeah except if we had caught it a little later and then just this cry like you had this whole all spiritual experience barely anybody listening is going to have which is like a toll later well which is like holy shit this might be it yeah but then you come over to the other side and one thing that you said to me was like well i so a couple women reached out and there were like you know you're gonna be a different person on the other side of this journey and it's gonna be really great to meet that person and so there was a part of me that was like oh this trauma summer is going to make me realize something and i got to the other side of it and there was nothing i was the same person. I know. There's okay. I'm gonna feel on a daily basis. I'm going to have more gratitude or more like fear. There's nothing it was the same miserable person on the other side just like well fuck. You get to work so they didn't get all the cans. It's no i am the cancer the cancer the branchville gray hair somewhere there are free would would you call yourself an atheist. Would you let your okay so so what was your relationship with oblivion so but the important thing is it didn't change your relationship was like ooh whatever surprised to find out on the other side of this i chase. Here's two things that happen. During the thing which is my therapist. You said you should pray and i was like haha and she's like no it even if you don't to their scientific studies that show that prayer her works as a healing prayer makes you heal and i was like yeah but i'm pretty sure you have to believe you're right we actual sure thing and she's like no you can believe in the study so pray to god. I actually think that's a smart therapist and i was like oh oh and she's like if you know scientifically at works then you're praying to the results and so for like that month i prayed to the the study like i was like. Do it yeah oh yeah every night. I was like you know. Please study doc plays harvard journal of medicine. She was like you know whatever it is that you want to put as the thing you're praying to your tobey. Maguire wire keeps spider manning me through this so i so i prayed to that thing i prayed to. I like the idea of prayer as a as a self word seltzer thank you we get a letter a week later. It was like it would have been nice. If you had all accepted my sentence. The other thing was that i got really lee sad about music. Was i guess something that changed because i i would asong that would come on that. I really loved and i was like man. There's a possibility i'm not can you hear this song more than like five more times oh god and that by out like of all the the everything else was okay like i was too stressed out to eat <hes> <hes> and so i wasn't like manifesting like oh i should eat my last meal although they did occur to me but then i was like what what you're having experienced those those things those moments like the that didn't i mean i'm not. I don't want to say that didn't change you like but it's like you didn't i don't i don't question to be like what what are you some kind of freak. I mean you're my hero because when you told me that i'm like oh god. You're yeah because that's my biggest fear is is like the no the not feeling shit. Oh the stuff where you go. Oh is there something like. I'm not like this other person this fairy fairytale story about when i get this and then i overcome that and then i'm supposed to feel this and you you go like oh. That's not me. That's not how i'm feeling well. Maybe maybe maybe it could be that for you. You're already living in a way where the thing that most people transform into you've already actualized and that's sort of what i am like a prison already. You've already experienced the full deck because of my diet yeah yeah so you're in your third. I mean that's kind of when when i talk to people about it like my therapist i was like i was looking forward thing and it didn't happen and she was like well. You all you talked. It's a lot about death before you got this diagnosis. I feel like you lived with it. As a presence in your life like you talk about like well i gotta go on this vacation that is he's a little bit more expensive than i want to because what if i die next week and then i won't have done it so i had to watch for awhile called ticker <hes> <hes> which i got up kickstarter and you went online and you filled in all of this stuff about your life and all of your habits and you're like heart rate and everything and then it counts down from expected death dates. I had that watch until it ran. Out of batteries couldn't count that they say you fill in. I've been diagnosed with well. You could if i if i went back and filled it out. Now you could like atta cancer diagnosis does this to it and it would probably take all those who <hes> but yeah <hes>. I wore that watch a lot and i'd be like well. That's going to happen some hopefully sixty years or whatever and so. I should go eat shrimp rutherford. What are your near death. What's your relationship nations with death this this again follow that you don't have to follow it. Ain't you just open for her next thing. Go lattice be like here's an impression of nixon mix. Your way out of that was at my parents house this weekend. Are you afraid to die it. God damn gun died. That's the problem how you can and you will. Oh jesus this is this. Is you the worst podcast and for me thank you i'm in a tax on beer and do like voices. No and that's a funny cat now. I'm thinking about things and the audience isn't laughing a lot. Yeah yeah unique struggled with my parents for a weekend. The audience is thoughtful tonight. They've been that way since the beginning if it was a little jarring at the top of the show but they're thoughtful they're listening. They're sincere they're here for the long haul and they'd like to know if you're afraid of death i they don't want you. My ex girlfriend would call. What did she call it deflection yeah. They don't want your deflects. Hate that is that god has spent same i yeah. I don't know if you don't know if you're going to die i will i don't know i don't i don't think about it. That's how i deal will definitely that's great. I do whatever i wanna. Do i wanna do it. As long as it's not hurting somebody than i do that and i find i've heard somebody i try my best to kill them so they can't tell anybody. Do you worry about anything happening. After you die. You know i think now again real guys buckle lynn rochat. I i think that there's just become a little thing of energy energy and it like poops into a flower somewhere and maybe you're not aware of that but you're still that flower or your worm on another planet or something. I don't know all right so that's comforting to me and just a wermer of flour. I'll be happy with either those worry about that because i'm immune to death baby how well yeah i mean i. I don't think about it either. That's my solution. It's great isn't it. I don't i can't imagine it nobody wants. I get so mad <hes> <hes> my fiancee cody. Her dog is dying. All dogs are dying true. We're all dying. If you have a dog right. Now you have subscribed to death. All dogs are dying. Preview on dogs going to happen. He cody's subscription this running out and i i got mad at cody today because cody cody was upset because the dog like disappeared in the yard and she was like barbara barbara. Where are you and then i just i can't i can't handle cody handling ambling a dog's death and i keep thinking to myself like harmon. You gotta get your shit together. You have chosen a woman. You're going to spend the rest in your life with that means. Probably you may be her shouldn't matter one of you is going to watch. The other person gets sick and wander onto the yard. That can't be different. Mission the lowest fucking of my ability ability to adjust. Where's don't talk to me like that. You need to check the whole yard before you go into hysterics this. There's like election night. I was gonna win. I get upset when she's upset sat and so like this living with a partner. Will you were the partner when you yes yes. I was really hard <hes> <hes> i'm dating this girl mary and <hes> she was married married. She's not here. She's working. She doesn't listen to this show. Is she biggest she. She was waiting for me. When i was getting the mammogram and i was like god i've got to be the doctor now like going in and be like i got low and i was like so now okay komo news and that was hard but yeah so she was she was incredible she because there were times where they would like the doctors would be rattling pulling off shit and it'd be like i don't care. Just tell me what when the appointment is. I don't need to know any of the options or any of that and she wrote it all down in a journal and now i have this like journal of like everything said to me. During the whole thing she was phenomenal. She was unbelievable. I don't think i could have done it as as well without her and this is the. Is it okay to talk a little bit about this. This is the the partner that we talked about that. That's that's that relationship right the one that you're still in. Yes i assume i don't i mean well. She's she's still in a relationship or no. I think charles yeah it was it. She's she's christian yes. She is like not just christian secular christian legs. She thinks jesus coming back for reels. You are you. Are you christian. I'm half catholic epoch have baptist but does that. There's a punchline coming that means my mama told my daddy put the remote in the attic. My great grandfather my grandfather were baptist ministers <hes> and my mother was this close to being a nun catholic and i went to catholic high school okay so are you a believer. I am oh okay great because i grew up in a neighborhood a city that was very jewish and i watched people observe every saturday and then i observed from like six o'clock in the morning until maybe four o'clock because i had to actually feed people after church so you think heather is going to hell now because baptist cooler about that i mean it's look it's weight training and then you decide what you wanna do. People abc faith is like it's sorta like we'd we're like people introduce it to you and then you can pick the strain that you like and how it affects your body. And how much did you really want to smoke all day. You don't smoke all day. You could smoke at parties. Methodist makes me sleepy baptist paranoia the unitarian. I don't even think ahead of t._h._c. Inner <hes> i think that to me not that my opinion fucking matters but that is the actual way to be christian in which i would actually then start to merge urged that freeway when it's like the joseph campbell thing where it's like i don't i don't truck with like what the hierarchy is telling me. The alderman of my church or doesn't go up to any kind of thing so it's like politics or like some of the shit is amazing the good that gets done and then and then it's not some of the shits garbage actual just straight up corruption garbage like i go to church now the church that i go to was able to get to haiti before any other relief organization organization because there were doctors in the church and their pilots and the church now able to commandeer x ray machines and planes and get on the ground i and i do. I try to do charity but sometimes if you really want to do charity you have to join a church because they've got this incredible infrastructure so like if you're trying to save people from new orleans when the floods it happened like the first places that are on the ground in the rebel to get supplies or churches so it sort of comes in handy and there's that prayer thing that her your partner like she's a playwright which already christian playwright like like i'm like she's a playwright and she's showrunner now. She's got a show on hulu. She's fucking doing it. Can you tell us the name. The name is not been announced but <hes> yeah she's about to move to new york and film. It and i'm miserable by girlfriend survived breast cancer and look at me on hulu de yeah you told me it's not we can't tell people manage to live live to air yeah. So are you really angry about the breast cancer. Thank you so i'm pleased about it. Takes me no. He's doing a great sir. Double guests and it's not fair. I told him we're ending this show. At the time i thought were into the show into september and i was like come on come on the show. Everybody get on the show. Hurry up jesus as chrysler ending it and now you're now ending december. I love you guys both but yeah no nick is nick is sitting in the in the less favourable favorable seat and he's like he's. He's playing it up like a gentleman like he's kind of going like well. I'm matt dike. Don't have anything i can't like but in with my story about burt reynolds anything wrong with your decor. There's nothing right. Dick is perfect kids her awesome firm in great. I can't relate to this conversation. Okay well i i i'm fine with that. I also working on rick and morty and he's like a wonderful look super fucking cool guy like like like <hes> <hes> but i also while we're drove out at this moment though when you're going through this fucking matrix where the bullet is going by you you have a christian play right yeah girlfriend. Yes and i want to just like just they finish up. This thing of like like this is a two month story. She's there with you. She was she she was like oh. Let's go get my first mammogram like an and then you're coming out from the hammer going well that went about as bad as it can and then she's in a relationship go from their sheet so one of the i boy this is. I don't know i'm and thinking about what a nightmare would be if she's like in new york and she's like oh. I wanna listen. I'm an hour me being like so what mary said was they won't let me let me refine what i wanna hear about your relationship with her faith. Does that make sense. You're an atheist. You're you're having this specific experience with oblivion but you happen to be life partners at the time with this person who has this other faith which can take all forms terms and then. That's the thing that i'm interested in when you're facing this thing and the other person has different like theoretical opinion opinion about trajectory. I used to be the kind of atheist who was angry at because i grew up very christian and then i read the bible all and then i was no longer christian and that's the genesis of atheism yeah i i so i my experience experience at a ton about christianity and specifically i was raised lutheran and they're very dogmatic and so i knew a lot of the dog doc mother to crunch of religion and then i so liberalism is the lennox of yes search touch. A mouse catholics would use a mouse yet. This is command line nealer good. The nealer are good but the mouse we don't but so when i first came out of it i was very angry at christians because i was like how how have you not done your homework like just do your fucking homework and you'll see that this this is all ridiculous and then i realized this boy saying this is a form of arrogance and narcissism awesome but i realized that it was narcissistic arrogant to tell other people that i knew more about what they had experienced in life than they had and from that elevated position uh decided that if i was to truly be anaylyst if it when it came to the afterlife in our our experience of the present then i had there was no difference between being christian and being nathan yes queens so then i was like this is great. She's christian. That's great kimble campbell yeah. He's just like all right. Fuck it as well. Yeah no wrong answers right right because it doesn't matter anyway anyway so yeah that was that's how i felt about. It is that you go church with her. I have gone to church with i went to the church for the first time in more than twenty years is what was it. I found it really charming. I was like oh man. I really expected. I expected to be deeply deeply uncomfortable and have like a lot of social anxiety in that space and instead. I was like this is kind of a great way like meditation camp like everybody's like standing and sitting at the same time and it's we went to the one on on highland behind hollywood yeah hollywood show runner church. I i don't know man. That's where all the yeah that's. It's hollywood show runner. It's where you have a lot of guilt for how how good you've got it. It does sermons there me and vince gilligan like give each other other. We put our heads up each other's asses. Pull it out and yeah continuity intervene with the rap but at the end of it. I was like you know. If you want to do this i would i would totally do it again because it was. She really really really liked denomination was that what is she methodist. Yeah she's methodist yeah so did you. I adjusted furniture. I thought it was a good time to you. Sneak sneak it in her. Everybody everybody she knew was praying for me and they would like text me that they were praying for me and all her friends are very christian and i have no question friends so it's like they would be like we're praying for you and then i talked to my therapist about it. She was like well. That's not good because no because if so there's another study where other people are you're you. You're more likely to die studies. Whether that's backwards math. Everyone praised for clearly dying people anymore. You're right. That's a backward there. No they've done like a blind study and like if nobody's paying and you then you're more likely to live if and if even if you don't know the person and they don't know you're praying for them. You're more likely to die. Oh come on quantum entanglement or set like who knows that god only cares about you and other people care about you and then you die but if you only care about you then you live. I believe in that god. There's like a jealous guy he's. I don't want dan harmon hedging in my game. I feel my heart stopping while i say that is not a lutheran thing. Do you feel blasphemous. When you do bits about anything like that area johnny morton okay uh when i first when i find for shortness of breath yeah i didn't. I was like this when i i myself in my head. Secretly quietly was like i don't believe in god. I was sure i was going to die immediately. Nothing happened for years. What's is the deep fry of christianity of protestant. It's basically like you don't even have to go to church. Your family just has to be fucking repressed like they have to just have infused into into them the idea that jesus christ freddie krueger and he will get you get you. You've done it wrong and it's like it's like fuck. Catholics lakes but fuck you. That's my that's my personal testimony in according to today's politics because i get to say it because i'm technically lutheran baggage shit. It started with a good idea. Hey this bible should being german now. Look at it. You know what i- rhubarb pie root perp cares. It's true what isn't liberty in lake woebegone. It doesn't matter it doesn't matter doesn't matter let's move on. Were you raised religious nat. We don't i don't i don't i don't wanna hear it. Heather has to say no. Don't i was raised catholic a a mea daily yeah. I know who said oh that was yeah. This audience is going to make an audible sound. I haven't yet and did you do. When did you stop going to church church. As soon as i got confirmed migrants ceus soccer catlin yeah well so we would go on major your holidays and stuff but it was just seemed like a big ritual and it just like a big okay we catholic. What are they confirming. What is being confirmed confirmed. Being confirmed means that jesus like shoe come mine. I don't know confirmed you don't know what was i did like a late comer catholic course where like it was like the interest rate forty six years old and every cat. I love wait what was confirmed in their school catholic. You you have to go through so everybody's got like a baptist baptist town. Everybody what to do. It is way the catholics don't like memphis. I know everybody's got a right passage at about twelve thirteen even even jews share so i mean yeah right. Why is it a that's what i'm saying like. Everyone also has a spring equinoxes. How cold it's it's a reinforcement that you're sort of involved in the church and you're able to do things in the church. It's like maybe an altar boy things now. No it's like would send you an email says. Are you coming and you had to click that link again. Gas leak it out. They want to know all right. I thank it's your when you're baptized. You're too young to know what you are. Accepting and confirmation is a confirmation of the things things you accepted in your soul. You can sense you can sex baptist cabin spiritual age set. It's a little bit of a mix because if you're baptist you get dumped all this bullshit but you get all the way down well. There's just if they don't fuck and stuff that shed. They're going to lose the next firmed your chris just a little just a little different firm. Then you're kristen. I christened listen. I remember some water getting dribbled on me but i'm lutheran yeah now. That would be comfirmation. Let me i was a little you can be a bad time. Remember getting back as a baby. I was going to church grandma and <hes> the thing and they were like come up now for the cracker the wine and then like the baby crawled things went up and did a thing and then like it was a big deal when it came back to the seat. Everyone was like i can't believe you did that. Oh my god. I'm talking about the like you'd he ate the cracker. During the one like the the whole family talked about it the rest of the day it was like what did i do. I did something wrong and now everyone's happy. I wind up and i did two things or something because it means well. It wasn't a b._b. No i wasn't a baby. This is my baptism. This is like me you remember. The baptism is don't remember a baptism. Remember having some water sorry i. Let's talk about mario brothers. I know i i. I want to get this straight. I have a memory of some water being trickled on my head. I don't know what that was probably be really anything kit. Leading dollars renewed shower. Anyone smoke separate memory alleyway without telling you i was running all of my memories of being in a church ever ever and so then the second one was that i yeah and then i was running into that and you guys were picturing a baby but no the second memory was there was something about communion mm union thing with wine or something yeah. It doesn't matter no no god is that there's a lot to some people now brandon especially yeah fuck about the monkey rituals who has the shortest weddings greek orthodox is the longest who's the shortest artist wedding christian religion. I imagine that like poor poor poor people because there are people <music> be getting a meal after say i do so i do good night you ever go to a greek orthodox wedding. Those people don't give a fuck about what about whether you leave there with favorable opinion about their. I should be greek nope. You're not going to think that you're going to be like. I got better things to do that. That is a two hour wedding dj like jesse from full house. He's the wedding with the greek orthodox. Put your ass in the ground. I don't know any greek. Orthodox people do bill okay yeah bill cuts. There's a part in the greek orthodox wedding where the grow from stare at a statue for three minutes you you just statue virgin. Mary love look at almac almac for legends of the hidden temple movies out of snakes in yeah yeah all right well. Look we got a lot of time to fill looks like greek orthodox. Yes it is. Is there an esa grief orthodox orthodox or greek or nickel you will you please tell us about your new show on adult swim. Whoa oh brandon. Thank you so much sukhoi. The rick and morty you're talking about is dream corbelli now. Fuck moonlighting. Oh boy mood lighting talk about what they do. I don't let anyone we're gonna anything about to get fired again and it just got canceled so they're really canceled. Check it out on hulu because that's worse now. So how much was that show. Was it fun at all or is it hard. It was super fun. It was the best job i ever had and because she wrote on it as well. I wrote on it. It's a really good. I feel like i listen to podcasts and people talking about their shows like fuck stuff so i just want to say what what other stuff. There's no other stuff on this show. We're talking about lengthened weddings. That's the longest troupe of yours you were that you were the whitest guys you know. What was your thing that window. Sills insulting called good neighbor. That was imprint you you know i know those is now your your boss. Yeah you're fired so dream. Court was my second favorite show to work on excellent third. I recommended dream corp right. You work with rob. Trump has that grab is wonderful. We all know rubbish rob very sean how to roger what a pleasure he is. It's good to have the regulatory writer's room. Is i love it. That's nice. We hate each other and it's great. That's that's as i walk into the writer's room and then it's twenty minutes of me the in shrub yelling at each other and everyone's like what's happening yeah. It's a lot of that but when you're not when you're not there which his most the time robin me on that show that's okay we get along great. I love rob but yeah have fun have fun with that friendship. I'm glad you're keeping us to space to do that it around the block. Tell me what you think yeah. It's going to take you places yeah heather. Have you ever been friends with bob. Trow the picture rob rob fuel injector one time i started rob shrub and there's gasoline <music>. It's brandon's impression of starting rob travis car going to kill me. I that's the full of a haiti. There seems to be an inordinate amount of spiders at my house but they don't care about that topic that you have exhbition apologize spiders. Have i have one thing is toiling cable coiling cable. That's it. That's the only thing a have anywhere i i. I have one thing about you. Which is that you were the featured singer in improv improv. Everywhere's musical boy like i want to hear about that i guess because i saw them wikipedia and i was like oh i remember improv every anywhere the fucking no no we don't have no. There's a pilot for improv everywhere and that's what does yeah and i was in a bit and whoever it is that the choices made on my wick what the highlight baffles baffles me like. There's like a web series. I did in two thousand seven. That's got like prime placements but <hes> yeah so we went down to a mall here. I don't i don't even know the name of the mall. It was not like it was not the grove for the americana or who cares mall and i had to work as a hot dog on a stick girl for the entirety of the day and the manager came from central management and taught me how to do the job and i had an ear wig in and at some point during the day that your wig would go and that was the tom the sound of of that was go and the note of the beeping deeping was my key whoa and they're just going to decide that yeah g sharp this time and then i had to start singing to whoever i was serving and then i would leap over the counter and eventually the entire food court would turn into a full musical for half of the people there you. You know one of those pranks without any beep. Nobody was being pranked except for people doing it which i would prefer the actual moves builds like let's watch what this guy does when he thinks he's not being recorded on camera. Yes someone told them that. There's shit and his car yeah or like the people we'll get into the elevator and the elevator floor drops out. It's a nightmare that's the way i wanna go back to dan's prank to a guy and say hey. There's shit on your car. I don't i don't like prank shows. I don't like that they like. You have a bunch of cameras on a person that doesn't know they're on on camera and they're the mark i like. The least you could do is elevate that person. I want to hear more about this. Show though i've already talked about what my feelings about prank shows now is i mean that was it. There was like so i'd sang a song how many takes we did too because you had to wait until the mall cleared because everyone's shopping in the mall. Yeah here's this event happening and would come and they'd be like what the fuck is happening and there were people. Dancing gene ropes the euro control it. I saw y'all do that the first time improv everywhere it's a check seagull star singing everybody the giant food you assume everybody out hours. That's how to do the job because i've made yeah mashing them. I did the whole job for hours. I always wanted to work at hot dog on the stig. Why the hats it's off. There is something really dennis. Hopper seventies like conceptual movie about that that they're definitely absolutely not even arguably but definitely more people on the payroll than there were civilian. The prank show was allowing them like improv. Everywhere everywhere started with the idea of like oh well we'll set up on the street corner and their own people and then like we're doing it for n._b._c. and then they're like okay well. Everyone involved has to sign an n._d._a. And a waiver and josh you're you're churning butter like packing. You're doing actual work waiting for that's amazing to me. It's funny well. If you like the improv everywhere stuff started it was like grand central station stuff where they would like all freeze at the same time the fucking pressure the what if you're sean was the song written the song was written and i it was acapella. I like to three measures but the importance of the show important thing to show that the customer was a genuine person yeah and there was we did it so if they started screaming the n word at you. I'll take a diet coke. I have a feeling and they're like n word n word edward because they're from four chan and they're like let's culture jan and then it was orange. The day is shot. Well the yeah that we would have reset and waited 'cause there was there were three at tents but only two takes and the one of the attempts the woman was on her cell phone when she ordered and her hand just started shaking and she wouldn't look from her phone because she knew because she thought she he was going. I think she thought she was raised. Jesus christ you could have driven someone z. Just holy shared at her phone. Oh my god but singing right here or the big smile the subtle feeling that everyone is watching you absolutely symptomatic of fucking yeah. My god driven someone to snap so we didn't use that bailed like i don't know as this film but if if shit had had gone wrong. Are you telling me you guys didn't get safety. That was a p._a. Going up and going ooh what's happening. No i just while you're there have been other shows where we have or i wrote for kids show. Were they name. It cancelled culture yeah. This show canceled the show super super sloppy double. Dare you're finished. What's the what's the thing that incredible crew and done. It's over it. Don't put redone and there are a couple of plants because there were a couple of times where they couldn't get a reaction out of a regular person but to what what what what kind of reactions kid show. I mean like i'm taking your nose. We'll make in your smooth. I got you know i mean it. It was it was a little more elevated than that but yes. I'm picking my but we'll make in your moods. There was like a bit where like there was a girl with a dog and a cat in a like a carrier or carrier. There was a dog and a cat carrier. Yes not not built for carrier was like going crazy and like people didn't care. They were just like like who cares about that. Person's dog <hes> so you had to have somebody go up and be like oh no which would keep other people to be like talking about this way too much but my favorite prank show the only one that that ever made me feel good to watch was the alan funt playboy channel prank show that he did leg i dunno twelve episodes of and it was like a male and find and i i'm famous for candid camera doing us playboy show at so budget of five hundred dollars so basically just like any guy who answered an an ad that was like you can work today for this amount of money which is like more money than he was ever gonna get the they tell them your job is to sit at this desk in this identical ridiculous shitty sparse office building room and if anything happens is give me a call and the guy felix they just all they do is just twelve episodes of guys sitting in an office and the naked women would come in or women that would come in fully clubs loves and then when they heard they had to wait they would get naked or like guys that were like magicians they would generate a naked woman twelve variations on a naked lady and the guy reacting acting but the guy was never the mark but guy would always be like mark in that show. I fucking loved it. I before we as as an adult. I realized oh fuck. You know what ruins the show for me is. I just realized it's probably not alan funds voice. That's actually talking to them because why wouldn't he. If he was available available. Why wouldn't he have been part of the show as a fifteen year old who was busy jerking off to play channel content. I i was like not thinking about it was like this is a this is a good prank. Show because alan funt was basically calling these guys on the phone and going hey. How's it going over there and then the guy guy would go. I don't know there's a naked lady and what does a naked late. What the fuck are you talking about. Why why is she naked. I don't i don't know i don't know i liked what he wants to know why you naked get like the best to do being the whooping she's hey. What can i ask you a question okay. What's your name. Mario mario fuck is going on over there. It was talking fantastic. This show is just your refractory period between your next the week to change the channel what else this is a good transition and they should help that channel. The only unscrambled one. The next step is another girl for years older than you. Even though you're anyways so what oh gosh. What's it like to be a lesbian. Go in any order is great eight. Women are accepting and damn if i can only be one. I was really beautiful yeah. I'm sure you have a different opinion. It's it's it's great well. I'll tell you how it really is. I think it's like millennium. Falcon can never real answer. No wait no real. Oh god please answer it. If you answer great. It's great. It's great. I love it. I don't i don't i don't i don't participate in lesbian culture. I hate it so i don't identify a gay woman who doesn't identify as gay woman. I don't know it's probably impossible to identify his would would anything right but but but i like talk about relationship with performers status as long as we're there later like because it's like there's a a part of you. We had this conversation years ago but it's like you weren't not out but you hadn't come out yeah so for for a long time. I was out to anybody who i knew but then i was not out on social media or anything because i didn't want it to be not my rand yeah i don't i don't want to be. I don't want to be a gay writer. I don't want to be a gay comedian like ibm loser comedian that works for me but like i don't i don't think about it at all and i don't have any pride in it <unk> at all like i don't feel like i did anything sarah. Silverman is at the same thing about like and this was like a million years ago. She's about being jewish yeah and and that's important. I interject that in case anyone's further bristles because really live in the age of like fucking orator. Whatever are you at war with this or at war with that but like excetera never she's hiding from her judaism but at the same time i remember her saying back then it's like oh i tried to like like strike cushion in this distance like you don't want to leave the jewish this some of the jewish that or am i am. I just all of this other stuff and on top of that. I'm jewish yeah. I think that there's there's a new you know. Obviously there's a new school of thought. Where like identity is like all of the pride that you take inured. Gender slash sexual identity slash personal identity. All those things are important because then you are also demonstrating a confidence to younger generations and providing i. I don't feel like i owe those people. So what was the cause. You came out yeah year ago so i came out a year ago. Oh in large part because i felt like hiding my relationship with my girlfriend was denying that i was in in a relationship with my girlfriend like i would talk about literally everything else like i talked about like going to the fucking hospital or like you know a- anything but i wouldn't. I didn't ever talk about my relationships online and it's sort of came to a place where i was like. This is weird food. It's actively weird. You can't do it other comics to which is involved their life and their work yeah yeah so i so i was like well my guess for coming out day i'll come out and that was that and then now i'm out and it's a nightmare because you wanted to know. No no no it's fine. Nothing changed. Nothing matters nightmare no no i. I don't like this line of questioning man. I don't know man like it's all right well. I didn't 'cause it yes i did. I asked it but no no but no nothing's changed. It's the same at egg you expect there to be transformation at the end of that journey. No i mean i don't think view using the royal you icy people's. It'd be move light. Oh that true. I don't even know who you are us worked with jeff because everyone on the same stage at whose line jeff davis yeah yeah. We weren't at whose line but we did. A show called drew carey's improv again together. It seems like you miss each other. Just coincidentally we on whose line that's because there's only four chairs so creatures are permanent in the fourth chairs rotating so we can't ever be on the same episode excellent <hes> yeah more importantly you were onscreen with jeff davis when you mean he won an emmy for chris hardwick gave them their emmy winning episode of course we did all right. It was excellent and we did it. <hes> it's fine. No i wasn't actually the pause you took before you. They make sure it's fruit of the poison tree. I think they're positive like what the fuck are. They talking. What are we supporting with this plot uh well then don't applaud if you if you if you don't applaud spontaneously applaud at all don't want your favorite plotter. No that's true well at the goddamn professional this guy one of those episodes. I don't listen back to but that doesn't mean anything <hes> goddamn all right. Give us the fucking dirt and jordan peele does even show up around there comes in because i i think it should this time should be less twilight. I wonder whether it's like don't you're going to foment like yeah. You know what i don't. I don't like rick and morty anymore. Easily is a the same space shaped. A._p.'s got his kid oriented with whatever they go do some flu last episode of the show right. Joy feel shows up less than i do for sure sure no. He's running the room there every day and he's he's there are every every every day. He was just there on monday. It would still be true wait. He's there. Every every time we're in the room is there. That's the truth. Does he have a world book for twilight zone. What i thought is movies. He made like extensive world books like encyclopedia encyclopedia of the bible. We'll like yeah like a show bible that helps kind of like direct ideas in the show. No that's fine wait. I'm hung up on the singer you for for real irony. Nothing like jordan peele is for real and join writers facing fuck related every time yeah. He's just hanging out. I'm scared obviously working wouldn't wanna hang out of its great. What's a fuck yeah all right like i mean. Don't you want these dicks to chase their tails for for a while. He worked. We was guiding the encourage you sure he sometimes they'll tell you done wrong but look they're not staffing tried to get her on morty you. You're not migrating over there dan. They got an easy over there writing horror. What you're us did an expert damn easy. It wasn't funny but everybody's still laughed moore's more comedy comedy. Oh <music> creating this weird rift ivdr. I'm seeing triple of everything. Oh oh there are three people you you've. You've been in comedy writers room. Sketch writers room so like for real like in post black mirror era world like this twilight zone thing happens like what is there any insight. You can give us to like what the difficulty is. When you're in a writer's room working on twilight zone insight into you needed time to think about it you know go ahead. Go ahead. Please tell what do we do now what you wanted to was this what i wanted to say you the eruption air inter want what i really wanted to whatever it is i can't. I don't know what can the n._d._a. For that show is fuck that they can't beat that what don't talk about anything big deal bright. That's beatable. I could beat that in court. I'll take the heat the j._c. Zach the first then the second season jordan's there all the time and it's it's gr- i mean it's fucking great. It's great. I look it's all of my sketch. Sketch and comedy ideas were twilight zone ideas to the twilight zone. They were always nightmares for whoever was in the thing like they're not. They're not. They're not fun. The things that i wrote as comedy were horrible nightmares and now i just don't have to put in the last bits ground. I i know it would have been nice to have you in steph what i mean hoping they wear really hoping you're hoping but you'll the schengen does the train. That's pretty good for. I trained that there's no work. Tell george about that. They're not hiring the conductor. They pulled up the skeleton. That'd be a fun episode. Who can touch the train. Oh yeah that's that's hilarious. That's ours. It's a train that can't be win win. Jordan in comes into the raiders or is he like he's like he comes in like eleven thirty right. He's really goddamn. I finally figured out how to instagram crazy that you think eleven thirty is an early time to come into office. I don't think he thinks it is early. I think he thinks it's fine. He wants to know it's a fide time all right. Let's move on fine. I just i status everyday you are. We're doing it to yourself. Get out of that hole. I mean he rookie appeal and get out at the same time frame. Can i get a mobster since you have his ear can you can i tell okay. Can you imagine being a show runner that goes in at first up. He was on your show on rigging morning. Talk to him. We'll yeah he didn't make the twilight zone yet. Fares planet testicle head have a chance to talk to you about it. I didn't get to say to him like wh if you like make if you if you're allowed to not gonna show up in the writers drama yet yes. It's good good info logical drama dance. Yeah a credible also didn't show up for the record when jordan peele stop stop by bra i of jerusalem to lucas. What's that going like this. Yeah goes point how good episode that was the thing that broke my heart heather by the way we were talking. Is that you. I mean you like me like hey. Let's drink and then like just by virtue of this garbage thing that you would think just shoot through your life and either leaves you living or dead eh but for you. You're not allowed to really drink. Yes i was a heavy an enthusiastic drink gert our previous. Actually a few years ago i took up boxing and i was boxing so much that it was harder for me to drink so there. It was a nice <hes> gradient between the years where i was like. This is the thing that i love more than anything and then not being knuble to drink really anymore and so it was a bummer that when we finally got to sit down and have a drink as i have a beer and that's it and then and i'm like you complained about it the whole time way when you mean what do you mean. Give it to me straight. I'm like events. That's what to do. What a no no. No no no you you know you were very kind and understanding of the fact that i wanted to drink and couldn't drink <hes> but you know there's a ghost boxer was funny about our sitting down was. This isn't funny us but like i i want people listening to hear this because i kind of the it was like a like in short order. You and i were talking about your diagnosis. This is in your experience and stuff and then it's like you're coming from the han solo position in lake. You're you're the protagonist in the story about this shit and then there was a there was a precise point when you're like i don't wanna be that person and i want people to be like contacting me and hanging out with me and treating me different because of this thing and i was like i i i think i think i'm doing yeah but at the same time it's like that's not deserved at all like i i don't i don't have nothing to do with that and it made me want run out in the street and stop traffic ago treat every single person you've ever are known the way you would treat them if you just found out on instagram that they had breast cancer and like like it's such a corn dog thing no question russian but take it whenever i went through grief. You're basically breaking down the grief that you went through and it's okay to like be as sad as you were about your diagnosis. That's completely janke brandon. They've been through. You know honestly there. Is this thing we we you know. It's almost like you had been through surgery so they're all here for dan dan for going through that yeah. I knew you were a good audience. You just needed to be warmed up to two hours. What the fuck did you get here by bus. Go fuck yourself yeah. We've made it this far you. You can boo for the rest of the night anyways heather. What are your thoughts. I was going to say that what was really it was really wild about that feeling and then also the end of cancer so i i got to see exactly how long some people will mourn me when i die because my first show back sold out people brought signs and they were like <music> like standing ovation and then over the course of the next few months. My audience went back to just a few people yeah. That's exactly the ark of when people find out that i'm dead and then when they won't care anymore. It's like exactly five five months. That's that's this is why you chose this. Show to announce your next cancer. You're gonna be see. That's a healthy number. Five feels right yeah it was it was i mean and it's funny because i'm thinking about the friends we've lost. We live in a vocation. It is yeah well. They're famous. They and i'm going oh yeah. That's the nightmare yeah. That's the going from this to oblivion. It's the actual thought maybe of own jesus but why does that matter does it not you won't be there for it but i guess it's the yeah well. It's it's there's a i feel like if you you if you're an atheist and you feel like nothing happens after dead then there's some comfort in knowing that like the memory of you lives on but it really bugs you out when you're like even my best friends i feel when i think about my death as a visible person. This is the one thought i have is. I feel advance <hes> animosity animosity towards the public because i know that it doesn't matter how i di- i could get hit by a ferrari. I a safe me from a <hes> from a skyscraper. I will probably die of prostate cancer or heart attack or a stroke or a goddamn in our fucking bodies or designed to fail in a mine will fail but but because of the life that i've lead because of the because i've been visible my my death will be marked mostly by conversations about addiction. I think people will say it won't matter if i just like my pancreas just failed people will go. You know if you need to talk to somebody about love of chocolate. They'll just like talk about addiction about alcoholism. It won't matter if my lungs failed failed or and i'm like oh come on fuck off you could be an olympic athlete and your gig lung cancer but people want like they'll. That's that's what i fear that about my legacy. I don't want people to like say after i died. You should come to his hair. That's because it's like jesus jesus christ. I thought he'd beat. You won't be here for it yeah. I know it's fucking hate. That's the one thing i hate. It's that five months. I'm like fuck. You fuck occc. Don't he didn't didn't my hair. Fuck you fuck you want. I wanna be like fuck you. Your biggest feeling about it is that you don't have control roll over image. Yes well wait a minute. What are we talking about like. What's your biggest fear. Do you have your going to. I mean you can hire me. You're my i might biggest fear is the is the end. It's that transition moment. The one time scarce be to however. I was like a little the guy named marquis marquis was like i'm here to help you across the threshold. That'd be a good. Where are we going. Ah break it out for me. I swear to god you can't me in the room with big old jay. I will figure yeah yeah yeah yeah but you don't really think. Did you ever think about your obituary. How's that off limits. I just draw aw that's cam. I'm like i'm like okay. I don't like the league goes right yours right yours. Write your obituary esteem of will acts why can go in for a while and then my obituary will say dan harmon did this this and that and he was famous for this and that for the last ten years of his life he worked in a soup kitchen. It's not going to say ah say that. It'll say like click click click clack clack the thing that was interesting about him and the comment section say anyone who needs to talk about being a big fat piece of shit call this number. This is how he died. It's not cool. You can talk to someone if you're a big fat fat suck. He's okay like don't fucking die. Just call me. I'm allowed did just delivering the die. That's my fear. I don't want to be a fucking cautionary tale. I had fun. You're going to get to be in the montage probably a i just thought about that. Yeah i use all of us. Yeah and i just basically like fucking emmy memorial. It's good ads and critics is raise. Somebody's famous sir. If there's what do you get the death fat fat boy on harlem globetrotters twelve. I'm not gonna win any popularity contest for saying this but i look forward to the fact that it's going to be a slight swelling applause us. Everyone knows it's crass it's going to i'm going to be between spuds mcginty. The grip who worked on bonanza ends a frazier frazier script supervisor mine back on your hologram only grandma it's gonna go. The plaza is gonna go. Ask because you know what i was. I was better and my death is more important. It's more about that. It'll probably be clip of rick sanchez going like damage your name under either that or be fucking a baby no that it was non union nonunion a fake. They got a spirit award independent shirt now. I don't know it'll be it'll be my head shot from high school or whatever it'll be like. I don't think it'll be photo of me gene. That's not what they do. What they do is bachelor party like goofy picture of this guy who does dan you looking at a strip of film or something to look into film and they're gonna the black and white that hang knock it. Yeah bill and i'm going to know that i'm going to die. I'm not doing doing so. That's a bigger demarcate of death christianity. Even the praying we want you to come in and look at a roll of film this lose shelly default just acting on it like what's all this smoke here for worry about half a sheet of you yeah aseel. We're not we're not going to put your face on this side of fucking studio at sony your your maybe it's just a clip of crying abed yeah got you mother. Hell yeah. It's interesting to think about fame. Do you do you do you brandon. What are a your thoughts about fame. It's useful yeah. It's the best goddamn thing created. Can you imagine you're stuck on a planet right. You stuck here but you you fucking famous. I'd is a wonderful thing spencer. What's your relationship with fame. I think it's useful full yeah. It's like we live in the social world and so famous like social capital. You could leverage. It's great. I mean it's obviously a two edged sword but i i don't know i i like it. I get recognized the today i was walking and i was like literally a block and a half. I heard behind me dungeon master and i was like oh that's cool. I'm not gonna turn around but that's cool. We'll go to our by best. Buy good at best. Buy oh oh yeah. I guess i'm telling you like every single person at best buy every employee every customer just like if you wanna fuck and boost to me. Every employee won't look to see if something's in the back don't that's the thing is like i people are just. You just seems like the systems working because you're like oh. I need a u._s._b. Cable the thing and the person just seems like they're like oh. Well let me help you with that and it just seems like you're living in like heaven. 'cause they're like oh. They're willing to help and then after a while they check you out by the way fan store your best telling spencer go to best buy two coasts. I went to the comic bookstore in that happened there by the way i love my haley. Add this fucking guy feel the comic bookstore. Isn't it great because like like the thing thing is like you're not famous for punching a old lady. That'd be fucking great holy shit here famous for nerdy shit so they people that recognize. You're like it's done but the politically and they come up and they go like oh. I'm sorry you could you you mind. If i come on. Bring it brother keeping me alive. Gimmes soak man it. It's great. It's great. It's fleeting and it's great. It's all going to be over soon. Do you get recognized. It'll be do people run up to you and go heather anne campbell yeah. Sometimes you hate. It know what i don't. I had a conversation with a friend who was like his ideal level of fame was n._b._a. Superstar like he was like like i want to. I want to not be able to leave my house and i was like that's sounds like hell to me. That sounds like driving the actual part of it. That's bad yet in my house i want. I want. I want if i go to a restaurant. I wanna be so famous that they put me in a section and they put curtains up and i was like i love this guy for his honest. Yes no that was his. That's his idea level of fame and my ideal level of famous exactly where i am right now which is like once in a while at a coffee shop. They'll be like hey. I really liked the thing and talk thanks so but but like most of the time i can go to you bar restaurant with a book. Nobody talks to me and that's wonderful. Go to home depot. One's gonna tell you how to sword or whatever the basal. They're really really good. People are like the like are they. Go like the by the way you get recognized at home depot. Oh no god no no. That's that's why that's by. There's a craftsman anyway sells does anything sharp. No one will recognize for saying that craftsmen don't appreciate stories. They don't they don't get them. They're creating their own the air building the stories. You get recognized occasionally i i i don't. I don't know i feel about it. I had i i have. I feel like this is intro weird weird and now it's gonna be weird yeah i had i had lunch with an ex girlfriend who is just like we should catch up and we were having we have lunch <unk> and somebody came up was like hell yeah hell yeah. That's what you want your girl now. He was like a the <hes> like you do and i never do this because i'm so i love it. I love when people say hi because it doesn't happen much so i never do this but he was very and i felt like i had the opportunity to do. It and i was just like i'm having lunch with my friend right now and he was like oh. I wasn't addict but i would just like oh. Hey hey i appreciate it but right now. I'm trying to have walked away so it's humbler say no i the way i said it in ah he didn't he didn't survive why you to write a story story so you know i would just like oh. Thank you thank you and then he kept going and then i was like oh you know the friend and that felt good because i would never make earned groping. I'd never do that. I would just be in have a seat because i love it. I love fame rub into an ex girlfriend's face yeah. That's what you wanna along. That's what you want but now she knows because she if she listens to this. She'll know that that was your. She doesn't listen well if you might but she's also an accent like fifteen years ago it doesn't really okay i have a running joke right texts my fiance every time someone recognizes me in public texture extra about it. I don't know what the joke is. I really don't know what it is. What do you text. I text her as if i'm just tallying it that's i saw three recognitions venice prominent odd. I like heart stats like i'm trying to corner yeah. That's the problem. I don't know what my joke. I wonder sometimes like my is my bit like not inviting her heard have because sometimes i'm kind of resentful. People are like what's your bit. What's my role in it. I don't really know what her role in it's supposed to be it's like when a bird word like collects colorful rocks in feathers to adorn the nest. Don't you like this one. I'll put that there yeah but that bird doesn't usually do do it next to their current bird male. You're showing it to them. You're like this is good. I see i see i just think it's i. It's part of the the humor though is that i can't talk to her about it like i just keep on like every time someone recognized me i tech cody and i'll take a photo with the person and cody and go like hey a. K. mart electronic section like guys a big fan and i don't i don't know ed she's always like she's like she doesn't. She's nailing it. She posted an instagram. These stories are visiting r._a._m. Get good well. It's getting to that point. Shy says airplane mode enabled apple. Watch this as yeah i i mean. It's time to stop doing this. Show now and don't forget. We're going to stop doing it entirely in december december so for anyone who doesn't like this. I know booing the stopping of the show. Which is the equivalent actually applaud what you should have don. Tonight was applied the presence of couldn't well. That's not bad applause that i accept that you guys who knows. I know i love you. Let's not engage in an unhealthy relationship. We're gonna have a finite and therefore loving one. You're going to do a countdown. We're gonna countdown to get down town hat and tassels of the okay twenty twenty two. That's the end of in my big goal my hurting here. I wanna have jerry springer two years prior. Fuck yeah the mayor cleveland. Who do you want to be your last five guests. Jerry springer married his ass nor mcdonagh okay who are yeah and it's not because of whatever i just don't want to. I joe rogan though adam corolla i can. I get canady name four more white guys and and china angelou on violin viola davis lauren on this podcast yeah. Oh who's the cody keeps telling me <hes> <hes> goddamn mary-anne wilson william. There's something there so. She keeps like cody like we're all guessing. I don't know we'll find out next week. Marie condo though i have a few words for her. 'cause i'm laying understand. I keep i keep i'm trying to apply her. Things like what berea kind of next book was like. Oh shit wait because she keeps telling the throw everything away people yeah sippy. She'll sit. Does anybody who preaches the gospel. Don't have nice shit well. There's different. There's different doesn't have good stuff like throwing away because she doesn't like like her own. Yeah whatever it's like oh shit right. Where's that where's the d._v._d. Of debbie does dallas three energy's a stop. You don't throw anything away second. Book is biology shit back. You can use you. Did you throw my book. Kuwait shouldn't sparked joy stab stabber no but i like her yeah right. I wanna wanna throw away. I've learned that i moved from my old house. My new house and i don't want to encourage robbers right now but i really have not been to my old house in for those relatable podcasts and let's make it relatable. Here's a rap. He's a oh shit. Oh shit working class yeah campbell. Yeah bram going go into brain. I've got a damn to added. Choose to share with you. Fuck your mama like she'd plaza plaza new trash in carrington protein. Gonna fuck him. Mama know why mine is emotional on ago. Locomotion should sheu rail road huge huge huge train train say what the way through richard failing my choo choo train yeah. Thank you thank you thank you okay. Thank you fill my take. A break seek to the metal trump to the gibberish sup- child who sat less aid gibberish break along fitness saying i chewed train weight and that this station stint stints out shoot train hanging out to drink at half a the little church jane took he's the trade blankets police ernst chain. You can't touch gauss chain assets brain. Don't stain. Don't touch it down chain. The town tattooed ghost dash train. It's coming down. Blanca ray goes train. I paid ten dollars gain. Why am i here in cock back to walk to my car with a partner and statistically i am at law risk a gas than shum of our esteemed because i came out to see your show. I made made a true crime. Show your car <unk> winds up buddy and napa ron buddy after being able to check frame kinds kinds. There's one letter you walk e._t._a. Lenny walk you to your core or walk into newer car. I don't think so. I don't know i can't tweet what campbell fund we've. We've actually we love your teen. Growth of i can't play in ten sack makir on a beach. We love you so much. Thanks sarah health charts. Thanks so much for shoot newton tonight. Jeff davis returns next week. I'm ecstatic about that stirling's podcast network.
Episode 146 w/ Talib Kweli and Dead Prez
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After one half of one very excited about this episode because so much political issues as so much things happen, and our coach is great to have people as a mind body and soul who can actually speak, and, you know, speak articulate to our people, the three guessing all lessons. One is from a phenomenal group that has one of the one of the best records in hip hop ever. What? We got another brother. Brooklyn's all you know, what I'm saying in and we put them together we figured these abo- politically people people I want to speak for the coach show up. These brothers three quarters in front of us. There's only TI I would like other than them. And if you don't know how to talk about my dad press while he make. While we make. Back. Now, you like author you I want to access question. Do I let me ask you consider yourself conscious Rapids? You know, I I'm just gonna start off when I could get in. I I stay away from that conscious kind of title leaning, in fact, no boxes because. To insinuate that. I'm conscious with anyway, what did you you're not conscious that and I think that that's I think this super consciousness and people in places people in places that people don't consider what they will call congress. Oh, yeah. I like fuck. Yeah. I mean same way, it's it's like you do it to do grow. Learn and people try to put it in a box. You know, what I mean, we're gonna make some noise humidity person that could bring Campbell drink camps. Green. Sponsored by -tunities. I saw that you picked up today. Yeah. You know what? I mean, we figuring it out. But I mean, sometimes we go we're going to do things political in nature. We're going to do things personal spiritual is really all connected. But you know, what I'm saying like everything connect to. I mean. Yeah. Agree with my brothers. We've been dealing with this for a long time artists conscious is awareness aware of what you do when you conscious, you know, he's made records where there might not because a conscious rat what he's aware of what he's saying. When. And I think what consciousness in in the marketing sense. When it gets convoluted because ain't never all being conscious exam. But a lot of artists that are concerts that are not getting credit for it that do have those records on the album, but hip hop is marketed in a way where you know. Sex sounds violence cells. Thanks to rhythm selves, rapid out money and decadent cells, especially the people who grew up eight had nothing. So. They used the term consciousness. I think you see pushback from artists like that prides myself, not that we don't embrace the conscious nature. But the pushback as artists artists nature did not boxed in. I kind of like they will say backpack artists were like the conscious sees. Before the back page was meant. But did I. It's one hundred both together anybody to somewhere where it started. The message in and care is one for me personally care Iraq, Kim that pecker which I was a part of like the rock is movement. There was a lot of cats was in the backpack our wasn't conscious chief all right high and mighty they will make records about porn. Conscious because they were so shaded with it independent. My state reporting assume like slum village, Dave records, be very sexual and J Diller wrath about been chains and big trucks and all that. But because he's making music that feels like a certain type of feels like tropic west feel like a certain sonically automatically assume that is is is got to be positive all the time. You know, what's funny when you say that 'cause when I like a tribe called quest. I think fight is not being drawn. I think of you know, 'cause he was always like signing two more positive lane is so. But when you get caught a conscious rap because I ever seen. That's what a lot of people think being conscious automatically means to be a positive orders. What I was gonna ask. But I don't think. That's what I was gonna ask. But I don't think. That because as a service should be. Is you try to put a boxing with a record like America Balchik debt, which is? This is a miracle. Use about who took that. Society. Took win for none of that adult dope. This out past the second Trina. It wasn't. It was. So what do you do their record wind? That's you can learn from anybody. This is. Sorry, sorry. But in general, like, for example, trip outside of Miami isn't considered like, Livermore Russell mind. Jay Z of mine. Disagree with you, not get up from my. About but we into New York look Detrick we got to allow for you took a while. Took a while coach from he was what he was because spoke in Miami, right, Tallahassee. Yeah. We met in Florida. I all comes down here going to Florida and him university do over really from Florida. No, no, no from Florida was Brooklyn Brooklyn from Brooklyn, Google did fuck me up. Doc, let's say Jeb Brooklyn group on PD. In Brooklyn, really lagged. Like when we we decided that we migrate from Tallahassee of northern. We. Brooklyn. They used to come to my bookstore or before any of you wrote museum. Yeah. Was it being loud on wasn't on the whack loud? Like you. You know, there was the beginning. They'll be mad. They'll be mad. Three. Pun- Maltepe jaw was the loud loud. And it came in when I was visiting from Florida. That's that's exactly. Exactly our records. And we we we had extreme we was like while. I was so. The same by who's on. And we just made a choice like we go to New York. And we you know, we see what to do. Right. But when we got when we got a New York thing we had like nine hundred dollars. Maybe. Which is a kid. I know. Laura, jane? That's how we got connected. It was that was the label that we saw in Florida. We went through meeting all rut, we met. Russell Simmons a bunch of cats. Russell gardening to violent. At that time, then we grow he says so much and you believe that shit. I can't hear. That's great. Back. Decide didn't sign of lack poet, he's poets you mixed. But yeah, it was a beautiful time to be in that in that space. We grew from it a lot. We definitely knew what we wanted to do. And where we wanted to be. But we didn't know how much it would change us to be around artists of that caliber and trying to make our music. Up to that standard. We would like we don't be here. We got some say, but then we got involved in the process, and that really grew up a lot it's artist was it was it wasn't different because it become a corporate. Before that. Better. You know, you to keep it. I'm a mean being on depth jam. And then when when we could smoke in the building, and there was a certain time you hit they kick the haircut man the way the dice man away to delete out the building. And then the building just became different, and it was corporate. Now, there's people Vendee will do it. I remember loud going through that process actually before def jam so. Star missing. Oh, wait a minute coming man. It was a whole lot was learning. Like like one day. I know what you're waiting. Out of reason to check any ready and all that. So one day we started was up there, and they all dirty so Martin so other case at all. Picking. So gert. So he so he was in the in the office and they have sex. He was I won't taking something out of here. Karen, the speakers he. He. And rooms to listen. So they must. So it was just little things that we was learning. We got to work with punt just being on the same label and different things like that. But it's changed that that that era was don't because like in allow that has collab- it felt like a team. Nobody one on one sit. It was like everybody want everybody to win. And we kinda was we could merge on shit in different ways. I mean, the checks was paying the broke down the corporation Iraq, put a veil and stop the balance because there was some checks and balances that had to happen. Like, you say artists run the labels directly to the president office in Steve office like. At that happened. You couldn't even do that. I remember they want security. You couldn't have two year. They're going there. What you're saying shit right now, so really started being bureaucracy. Instead of like hip hop. Eat. I'm saying. Toddler because rocking. To me, tell me for more. See the e kinda seems like the put together if the right thing, I think it's TD may be raucous. But from a street perspective, I rockets and relic got it too. I. Role. Terrain. I t the might be more leaning towards like, you know, smart music than what I say the outcome on conscious music kindred to me is can lean towards that side. I learned something when I was in the cannot know what you mean. But his backstory is is a fishing like raucous stage almost. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Walk you. I got a lot of love for Jared, and Brian, but they didn't come from the coach they came from Brown University outside of the culture, they loved it. They love music. Okay. Let's Browns when he met Jared, Brian ruckus school. And that's okay. Yes. Yeah. They they they came into it with the business plan, but being fans at a music what I'm saying. And they saw they had a vision vision was they aren't they saw a hole in the marketplace for vinyl and the independent, you know, should bam Deeks. The black stars company flow stuff like that that stuff is really bubbling it had coach really LP. Now, we run the jewels. Really? He was he was kind of leading the charge, and I feel like they kind of piggyback LP's movement, and how to grow bigger they thinking checks in. But but I think that you know, they got caught up with Fairmont record dropped and then big door pit bulls. Zoning heavy played on the radio. The mantra rock as went from independent as fuck to. Let's get these records on the right there on the radio yet, they changed which was. All. You know, what they wanted the regional business market wasn't. They were signing artists like they last emperor. But then I remember like they try to make them go to gym or some like he hated it. Even remember that he he did go to the gym. No, he got out of buffer say then they stop g rap, but he had a record jagged edge g rap jagged edge, which on paper. I guess makes sense in trying to create a radio hit. But that's not an honest way to make news not in the real world now. So you know, there was another there was they assigned cocoa cocoa B's. But I remember the artists like we have free. Rein me, most company flow. We were delivering records the records. We want to make the next after Farrell office says the artists Rookus to have their free rein any and if he's started becoming assess ought to work a little Kim actually jumped in actually brung it. It was it was method read jumped on. Oh, it was big. I mean, usually I went to see motley Crue before last year at Tommy Lee does his drum solo. Sign set for me Bill came from up in the eighties. See Molly crew performing a record that came out on the label that I was like, okay. This is this is one of the biggest records are all talented. It gets crazy lawsuit for that. Did the cutted rookies? Yes, Farrow, and that was the hip. About totally worth. So now most Deppish by Bersin got deported and undeployed with. America back kick it kicked out of America as an kicked out American now. Not not not born in America. If you bought in America, you can't get kicked out American for. Yes, they kick. Everybody out. If you'll like it on the slick of for. Two. You know, it's funny about most would that happen during the Trump era with most we'll see what most I think with the situation with him was more of a situation where he was in South Africa. He was booked to do a show, and he had a problem with to promote he had an issue, and he for whatever reason due to show, and I think the promoters trying to cover his ass. If you trace their story back Pretoria's promoter wasn't most put out a statement. It was a show promoter said most death is banned from the country, right? From from American for not that can't Mars. Yeah. They never said that. When I heard it. Yeah. He stayed though. He didn't come back to here's eight he has he did have to pass for issues at South Africa. But those issues he added South Africa. Haddish preventing it from traveling period year. And he saw that he worked at we'd be doing a lot of shows that she has been been good which is stupid though show in DC together with them to yet. 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Gotta be over to love Malcolm love, you know, the crewmen love, my my my leaders. But man, like hip, hop, put it in plain English. That's the term that came for Fred Hampton, sing head of Black Panther party. If anybody know playing proletarians proletarian, just means that people and talk. Inside ended the day when you when they really come in the competition really comes down to and all the way from and you really talk real talk. It sounds like what we were saying what we say. It's not that's not. I mean, what we the music. We make is not. I mean in call unapologetically black. We are just who we are authentic people talking about what's really happening. I guess others comes off as this blackness. But if you were in my shoes, you would say what I say. What I mean is just a human conversation and that and I think that's where hip populate. It's not that way now. But at one point at the point that we knew that we wanted to be writing words down we didn't even have to think about what he'd be on the radio win black people just need to hear what the fuck we. We just want to say shit and happy to hear what that is. It didn't have a agenda. You know, what I'm saying with music? Is based on values in what you value. You know, you have some success doing something that somebody else tell you is is okay. Yeah. But I feel like success the youth. You know, what I mean or do you? Did you come you had your opportunity like what what did you do with it for me that was more important than anything else? I know what I had to say how feel I know is not being said, no where I'm from NAMI, so's about repping our values. And then I think why because I don't think he's the best. Produces the best rappers or nothing like that. But I feel like it's such a lack of real shit real real should stay a stand up. You know, twenty years later still big in the hip hop, which still because we had because we act like in the theater of it. We act like it's all about that. Right. You know what? I mean when we like we own kids. We don't live real loud. We want to just be taking the veil off. And you know, that's the best music that Stevie best music. That's literally best ball rita's of. What? On christmas. Yes. You're looking over the cool shit is like comparing. I'm not comparing you guys creatures passes over that way. That was that was the shit about like scare people from church was the past the priests. Holy of the Dow, so when you see a person less PM 'perfect, you don't wanna go there. When you see a person be regular when you see a person that can kiss them not as still smoke a blunt, which you that's always attractive? It's always easy to get the mission of the matter. How old is how different we are. And like we always do units. I just gotta add on just as a C. You know, I got with stick with saying about, you know, his even being humble saying, we're not the best rappers and everything, but I got to say as a student of 'em sued though, I hear like, and you know, with the production to I know y'all making beats. Hip hop. Maybe do making museum. That's what I'm saying. Like minded that like appreciate their job is to be humble. That's my job is to. It's a big my brother, you know, saying like me personally, what debt razz met from me as an artist because we, you know, we started our careers at the same time, and they kept me on my fucking tires like crab mixed. Yeah. Yeah. And when you think about this this a lot of great music that that these brothers are put out for mixed tapes to albums, but we think about the impact of let's give free and what what they were talking about like students. They were studying. It was like a plan. It's like, okay, we not we when you listen to those styles, and the when you say you studying mob deepen tank exactly you hear that on the right? That is very they're way that Rex no fighting Wayne would you save with with with the chairman say like, you know, when you say wolves like they were saying, very d- schools, don't teach shit. You know, what I'm saying like saying be healthy is very direct like planned out pointing program to messages like the message is important. And everybody has genders. And I'm saying like if somebody tell you, I don't have no agenda. That's a lie. Jerry, what is your gender agenda compassion is a gesture of freedom is it is it is a family agenda, and they agenda was so so clear of that. I feel like a complete mass produced that record records. At least unsung hero has a producer in general and as a year. And now I'm talking about untrained when I met him. I have to say I came to Tallahassee Florida trying to go to Florida am university any burning hard, but this burning mass my suit, those good, I want to say, and yours you should've should've burned that he just star backburning secret shit. But but. To say I met him and his like as coming from New York. I never really thought I would meet someone and Tallahassee Florida who had certain strong hip hop fundamental. That will move me in the way that I felt. Why? I'm going to say that you've got. Has stayed actor Brooklyn. No. You're not Z said, I'm killing them scenes, Tallahassee the conflict, and so there's this Lassie. I'm not trying to say that mean, I'm just saying I didn't expect it killer him see rock him flows. Like morning rock flow top Tommy. And but when he took into the studio and told me about how he some using. And how he heard musing, listen, the miles. Davis talk to blow your head of kid. I'm just telling you it was. Because I as a brother we learned from each other, and we listened to the same records, and we we managed man still shopping still, but he was doing things with that EPS, plus which turned into the air saw that made me say resins, not doing this. Nobody nigga bape havoc. The ain't he her have. But he wasn't doing doing stick right ask. What made hip hop? That's the last record on the album that we from less free because they was like Alan and guiding them for the radio, and we say what's that say, hey, how which was exactly like that plan making a joke. But it was his beat made in the closet on APS. And he just moved sit like our own and was and. To him. It was a joke where it came from years and years and use it year, the triangle. Yeah. Yeah. Making that you don't see that. That sound from you know, what I'm saying from Florida, right? The news to hit the call drive by with with the Trump. Mike jam pony. Dot com. That was like all right. Anna was like Florida coach than anybody else. Sort out to me. It was like the last the last thing we had we have made wolves we have made police day everything. And he said, well, we want to say, right? And then everybody's like you need a single. And like he said, it was more. Like, I started just thinking when I was growing up. What was the most? Middle fingers. You know, what I mean, the sound wise? You know what? I mean. That's what I thought of not schist basically knows crazy saying that we made to blast because the label was like, yeah. I don't have a single and the whole thing was like all right. Well, I'm just teasing how to pronounce my name wasn't on. That. Would. We said we said what I had to say seventy had to say, we turn the record in like, there's a direct, you know? And it was like you need another one. Great. I'm gonna tell you something is discovered. You just wait on the move fast. I'm gonna give it another segue. Coop. Through santi. Who was working with artists who working with Rockefeller records? We Mashaal CF evac Val. Now, see that's Lau. Not yet Lau an ause. They like we got hop. But we want to make a remix. So they win got all these produces and low and behold, they brought kayak and so kind yet west came to the studio, and we made a remix of hip hop, which is on let's give as well. As called bigger than hip hop. And he wrote the hook on with us, and all that grab your tears if you love big poppa. Banged. It is if you miss it. I got anybody yet bone. I gotta say that like like all these all these producers were moved by that. But I found right kind gate guess it was came juicy j right made a remix for hop. Wean us. I wish I. Everyone. Okay. For y'all would a new Nick is on the tour. Y'all was rookies in the crew but win on that tour y'all would perform hip hop. And then after everybody went on. And it don't matter if it was common gang Starr, big daddy Kane wherever the guest after the roots finish they big song. We all came back. Everybody on that Bill, and they did hip hop again every night, and that's how David peril got with us. And right. Can I use that? But for the intro, that's right on that on that. Okay. After them last. That much. And I appreciate it to when y'all showed us, you know, you tackle and lows y'all open y'all world. Us. We've come for Florida Ray, we are your hood. And you said to stay we'll come to the show you like outcome. Route just made our share really. You know what I'm saying on? How y'all really like Loudon really know they want connect- Enwright y'all helped us like have that national audience, really, really? Got more. Let's stop. I got more. Most definitely I got fifteen albums. Most got four five rap here. Rep Stich verse everybody. Why don't they? I think most is har- with the state of affairs in the music business, not visible entertainment in general, just my experience status. Not he's not being creative. It's not these not aspired to be creative. He just don't like the music business. He don't like to the rigmarole of deal with the bullshit to come with the industry, and I think it's extend to with politics lifestyle. And you know, I think he's tried to live a very spiritual humble life. And as far he's charismatic very put a so monies. With so much artist to fan space right now, we have this. This is weird. Like, I mean, honestly, it could honestly like aren't don't you have a lot of yourself for that. You know, you you give up a lot here. You know me. I'm on Twitter all the time. And it's like I told you about. When you argue with everybody. Right. Chance. I gotta show. But I think also you give peace in that. Like one thing about that. Is that on you know, I look at people like most who don't he has no social network, he's not Instagram Twitter fate. None of that. You give a piece of for yourself, and you know, very aware of my lane and mop position in business. I have a lot of respect from brothers like y'all, and that's what I live for. And I loved that. But most deaf he's more internationally recognized than I what I'm saying. So he has he interests more responsibility. He has more people be tugging at him. There. People who have are more famous than me who don't necessarily maybe need to be on a social network at the same way. Some some like I try to use it as a tool you see on a lot always tried to drive traffic to what I'm doing. I try to use because I don't got Dell beyond say marketing dollars, and I want people to know what I'm doing. I use Twitter creed knock created, but harnesses platform for what I. But, but I also learned from you know, people like most who don't who don't who who have created platforms. Whereas you gotta come for him. Most most will cancel seven shows show up and you still show up. Now, you show up to the castle one and you come back. Do learn about the the younger generation is dead there. There's this artist to consume. Yeah. That dope. Dope. Dope. Like, you know, other than any. No soundcloud like race out. They actually just make a straight artists to consumer zoom. Did that sound cloud part out of it? I think that the music business is gonna start coming back ours. That's why got quality club which I got for Ryan. Leslie, he built it for me. He's like, oh, wow. You you drink website. You by my CD's, my vinyl. Get my digital books. The bookstore where I used to kick it with. I have that bookstore online. Those books are in the cramped right now. Yeah. From Jack sold comics and graphic now. Okay. Thank you. 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Because the reason why especially for me asking you guys this question as opposed to me Eva, asking Tian or even asking other our other guests on here recently. You guys know Conway. You like what he's saying? You know, you want to go back to the real actually know the boy before they. I'm not a Buba. But when I do Google, and I both both of y'all came up on my dad, I gotta void this one. I want you to describe to me. The difference between the brother that I met. Are your round this guy? Now, all we don't really know is this. I think it's the same. Okay. No. That. My little wage right there too. Right. That's wrong. There's RAV yes, he did. Okay. If you if you let me think it's the same. Do you know Kanye west is kind of our Tom. He's a genius. Genius. He's very any fashion thing that he knows about that. I can't fuck with him on the east. He's his knowledge is just infinite when it comes to certain things there's a lot of things that he's misinformed about. When I first started doing shows with their pres-. We do we do a lot of fundraisers and work with organizations like not mix grassroots movement and refuse and resist. And and all these organizations and one thing that I took to heart back in the day was a lot of those real activists would give political education. You know what I'm saying? Like before we got stage. I feel like that press have a lot more political education and most I feel like I got a lot more political education than most people. But even even us we needed more pointers steps to what to what the talking points for the movement. Was we had? Oh, jeez. I feel like as the leader of of a generation who looks up to him who about re tweets and likes and engagement, and there's no g knowledge in there's no political education. The problem living. What you hundred but he goes in caters to that audience agree with one may agree with you. But he'll go God. As a brother as Bradman as a fellow artist in hip hop. Are we start the job they'll saying we steam saying aims actually see him around? Like, I think it's time. He sit down with me because of the platform we over volt TV. You don't said which trying to be voted, right? You don't say we're trying to grow side the box. I'm kind of this is why we doesn't see and this crazy because I heard of this is that much of. Thinking he's being a troll. I heard over that that gate easy outlet gate album. It's a regional name was Hitler. Yeah. I don't know about that. I do know like I've. What if it was? It was what's what does that set to you? Okay. I have no idea. Hill. He's a disruptor. He's he will. Onto versa. He knows how to how to stir it. So what does that say to you? Because to me it says something to, but I don't know. If we don't talk on it out think we should talk on the speculative. Right. That's true. I do think, but we did see a saying loves down the. We had to trade draft. At least four we trapped. Got the trade. That's ninety. Scott starts to somebody. Chai county is severely misinformed. I think he's a fairly misinform. I think he's not reading I think based on my conversations with him from Spanish from fifteen years ago to two months ago that he is not a he doesn't know politics. He don't know history. He don't know. I think the problem is is that when it comes to his career entertainer. He's been so brilliant you so yes. So successful that we think correct. Right. So everything he does is I'm gonna do this at work. I'm gonna do that ugly. He's these. Every. Everything worked ten you. Then you thinking that this is gonna work you hit a record did with Yana and Naza and all that I was working on a recommend kind. You had a record fos again. You know what I'm saying? I was in his house a year ago you like those records, I didn't hear okay, I hear all the say. Fiancee. But but he says to me in this house in the studio how living in Calabasas while Drake was there was hard on him because he was felt the competitive energy and how Drake moved away his he had his creative rush. You know what I'm saying? Which to me, I'm like, yo how you let this next man affect your energy. This is my felt, but I didn't speak on at the time. Now, see how two years played out. You know what I'm saying? And I feel like a lot of what he's doing. You know what I'm saying? China wants to be number one. He wants to be talked about all the time. And if somebody's talking he spent all last year talking about how don't drink was and every interview number rapper Drake in more ramp. I feel like he's triggered by Drake. I feel like he's triggered by Bama calling them a jackass, and I felt like he just wants to be liked and he's misinformed. And I think it'll be. Be honest. That's the fucking most sensible Schick. No one said that. Because people don't know him intimately spend time with him inside studio hours for fifteen hours at a time Ben with him on tour buses, but understand as I think I mean, I'm not trying to take any liberties here, he says he knows me according to Rolling Stone. And I know him, I know, and what's so brilliant about it is stick isn't that? So similar to what we was just about what my position was early in the airport that right there. So we wasn't at the airports put us off. No. Trying to say like I'm wondering what I'm corroborating here is that me, and my partner had a slight conversation about our brother. And and and I would love to hear sticks take on it. Because it's interesting as well. And if you go to Instagram, and you can see his posting. Where will you guys come right back to that? What would you guys when you heard that? He he said, he's Donald Trump. At. I watch MSNBC a lot. I never used it like it before Trump right wing. That's racist. Put now left because Trump is off right. That's like the reality show. Right. Right. Exactly. And. My wife, my wife, don't stop saying. He's nonpolitical. But she this is the best show on here. That's the best show on TV. That's why was the the president shit. They cancelled that he said that the best show. The White House scandal execs gathered there. I don't even remember because like I don't remember what I had -sity that he would like Donald Trump. I don't I don't know where I was when I heard it. But I had Tiffany in my mind that would be something that he was saying. Me up the most about that shit though to shitty said about feeling a masculine it feel like talk about his daddy, regardless away stand Hillary Clinton. You know, what I'm saying a lot of people in our community have very righteous criticism for Hillary Clinton. But his criticism of Hillary Clinton wasn't a political criticism. He didn't talk about her policies. He didn't talk about hating. He didn't talk about super predator. He said purse Logan, I'm with her many like less than a me. He said, the the less testosterone his out, and it was that was married. Married family does not enough testosterone. But in my house that women can't make and you got daughters, bro, you have to that's the part until my brother, and I love him. And I'm never just never called crazy. And if that brother, call me, I'm coming can't wait, you know, what I'm saying? But that's what that's what fuck me up the most 'cause I've had private conversations with him on sex that he fucked me up a hurtful hurtful private college. Okay. That'll be remained between you and me the right. But when I seen them get up there and say, I love you Donald Trump Donald Trump's at hey, I didn't have to lift to end, the nationally sinus, and any hug that man. More like more of a mass as straightening French doors. We know you're always a certain way you give a person of. They look at Trump's head his hands out here. It didn't even come close. Come on. This. Oh, that's as. Really jail. Violation was harder. Look at bro. Really hard. Nobody cares to really hold it on. He's saying he's got mental health issue. And that's my point that that might be the situation that was some of my points in my family is that I don't think we should judge this moment. Really? Because I don't think the man is clear. Right. I clear is -actly. I don't think like even if he believed. He is clear. He knows. But he says does and he stopped taking he's saying what goal is for us to do this. Right. That that's it. What's his mental clarity that we're doing while you're talking about this, exactly? That. I'm the. Read that nobody nobody technically better to talk about this. And he's he is the biggest thing in the game. Right. Especially what he's doing. And I've never seen destruction. Like, this don't give him say destruction. It's not like his paper might be affected. I don't think it's going to be cultural curse. Yeah. Like. Like. I agree and what we costing every single day seeing videos little black girls getting getting, you know, hitting the ridge in black girls getting pulled they sent black boys getting killed and you seeing this end and this day in time, we need, you know, her wish to say, you'll you celebrity you're not you don't have responsibilities to be a role model. We don't have a fucking choice right anymore. Like at the end of the day all raising children. We're always children that can that can go to the same states. Stay stats that these people we have to take responsibility. I know I know mathematics. I though know I was raised by percent. I was like that. But you don't ask time go progress. I started to make club music, and I started to cater to that. But I know the difference. I can no longer be that guy. I have to change. It's just it's just I can't afford a goal comfortable there. But I have to say concede there. That's real. You know what I'm saying? There's just called growth thing out there where it's it's a lot. It's a lot of richness to that situation. Because when you say, which this you mean, well, though, you mean richness like steeper year like like, so so you get a reaction from the masses of people, right? If they've Yankee this or gay to that, right? It's like you could predict the reaction like say, there's no bad promotion promotion, people say, I hate that slowly. But I what I mean is like it's a lot of factors, you know, mixed. So our for like, it's really having a real conversation as far as the community around mental health. Yes rail which has nothing to do with the other stuff the politics. You know, what I mean in in, you know, in the certain way, it's like if somebody is I believe that ninety nine. Percent of the planet. It got mental health issue. For real I. Yeah, I read. I'm like we as we growing in all like the things the choices we make shit like we like, we pour our own. All that mental health is Yellen to the pro for all. Oh, good. I'm good. Okay. Okay. Okay. Okay. Taking care. No. That's one thing. Right. So if Konya is really dealing with mental health issues the way people in the community is treating right. If they really believe he got a mental health issue is terrible. So that's one thing. Second thing is is. Artist with a platform. He choose a song. She wanna make he he choose the position he wanna take. And when you like what he's saying he's heated, man. But when he feel like he see some different did all this the worst Coon every and to me, that's more fickle on the community. What did you know, the other ones here is you got Donald Trump and what he represents? You know what I mean? And they're this dislike alignment, that's not really clear where it's coming from whereas going, so you mix all that together and people think like sheets, they automatically assume whatever they want to assume, but they'll know they don't know gender. They don't know Kaya mental health everybody just talking exploited that condition for on benefits. So you think that's what Chapelle went to Africa that time? And then now all of a sudden. I do not hang at least your help with apple Rasa Japan. Lee. Right. You guys. The reason why Chapelle left at Chapelle show and with the Africa to whack kind went to Uganda. Yes, I say I was what I was trying to say is, you know, Chapelle coat on because you know, sometimes went into is like fairly they can use trying to do that. I think he's doing his own version students doing the Connie version, which you go to Gonda and you go talk to the to the Ugandan President. Well, let me. One nurse though what like in our community right from win. When a person is like, I wanna look at a situation different authors. Want to consider different angle a different a different pitcher. Right. So you know, how can you do that? How can you really break out the sheet cycle if you look at some different the whole world attack? Right. I think the b the president in the first place you like think about it. Like just wanna flip that what he will be the first Brennan. What about Brennan? I. Jim look pause. I'm so sorry that Jibril love you. But when you see Jim Brown Jim while keep saying people should be willing to the flag. That's not the cabinet Lil. Yeah. He got got. James Brown is that is that Jim Brown is someone who, you know, this Tim Brown mythology first of all. Jim brown. That's like Jim Brown as in our community. He's a pillar excuse me community. He's he's there's a there's a mythology surrounding him. And I think that he's doing certain community work where he's a strategic and tactical in a way. Like, I personally do not that I would ever get that information. But I couldn't see myself going to try to Trump on any brand of these. But I like Jim Brown. I could see thinking that strategy. I've been in meetings with his friends and had I heard people close to him say to him the probably have it to is not whether or not I agree with your political stances. What's the strategy? When you when you went to TMZ that unplanned situation what I'm saying when you you had to Charlemagne if you will you control that interview that be why not let that be the store there? Why TMZ day what is the strategy here? So when westward stick say, our daily went back sticks saying like like what as far as thinking different kind of come with that free, thinker sheep. Right. I with all that. But the problem is that don't tell me, I'm not a democrat. But don't assume a democrat and call me a slave on the plantation because I don't agree with the Republican concentrated straight saying like national where it goes hard. I I want to say this as well like, we know some free thinkers as some people who've been down this road and doing some amazing work who are not right left. Right. And I support those people in I at the end Kennedy sees himself in that kind of circle with it. Right. That is that being said so but going back to west and even in. All of this. What's real is as much as we think he's done all this damage. People are people are very sh short turns. That's that's restaurants of very short term memory and one year would be hero to some people Jesus that he ne- jar, right? I didn't say that eagle. Typically, I'm talking. Yeah. Way. We we have real talk with people. We have real talk now. Just because it's not like Kansas Owens, or Larry elder what he could come out and make jam. And then say, oh, I'm Dan with the movement believed them, we believe we believe could come back because of the work. He's put in exactly saying like, you we draw heroes out whether it's common whether it's Kendrick Lamar whoever they say one wrong thing. One thing. Put us in that category. I wanna put the people down temporary fast because bandwagon people talking about bam. About the in the community us, this is right here. This is. And this girl, I mean outside of our community. But the thing about it is that's why that's why I I it hurts me sometimes, right? Where you know, we set up this whole campaign, you know, nations tweaks me Joe, the stress-free meek, look, let's free. Motherfucking me. Let's go out the free. And let me have let me do what I gotta do to me. If we meet gums home, and they go to help them there. Judy right. Right. You know what I'm saying? Like, listen, listen. Ellen says she resists but as a hip hop artist. I think every are came after me cutting the host be a sit down. Come sit down with y'all all come shop. Being anti. Also, big this is this is probably the first person that they go call at homeless of a bit of everybody Brad s sit down, and I sit there and do all these campaigns. When these regulate hit me all these management companies hit me, you know, I look. I got my son went to college. On the other day, man. They they broke me shirt collar. Why have you been on drink Chaffetz? Brother. Just keeping. Hundred right now one percent if you wanna fill me too. We feel. This messed up. What you do? Do you represent hip? Hop represent Miami. If there's a problem with EFL, let's handle it off the camera. If there's a problem, wouldn't are what you can't. Because. Gonna be you. To work out on tested together. Listen. We gotta start supporting our old meek mill you gotta come sit down with us mail. Come on you. You really brought us came to Florida yesterday. Right. The guy even know what day. Let me tell us. Oh, go. I really didn't. I really all this moment. Just wanted to big you up and even the ESPN. Let me tell you crazy, but doctors ever seen that press can't came down here. And then I I joined cameo on the on the lyricist land tour. Store show ruin xactly and. And we went to your crib we've trapping when your mix tape. I just gotta say men to see like, I'm restoring. The minimum in the back of the broadest kindle. Them. And you like we saw you. I saw I saw I represent hit CNN. I saw off here. Unless you live here right now what I'm seeing you do not even the way you're able to end you angle yourself and even put the pressure down like only queens really can do some of these. You talking to some of these people as beautiful deserve this platform, you to have a beautiful banks, and the able to have this and propagated the way you doing. This because I never had was able to say camera if we ain't going to bit us. Ain't nobody else straight us. I don't want complain about with people. I want to show what we are doing noticed these radio stations. They were like, well you've got to grind it out. They got down ten years that word again. You gotta have. No. We go through there. You know? And this is a lot of just gonna watch this being I'm not being cocky, and this is how we got to continue to do it. When it's time for something to be put in this atmosphere. I'm gonna be honest. I even even I even go even deeper if you can't go to drink champs. I don't go to the breakfast club. You can't club going. Joe, bud town. You don't. Wait over somebody. That we noted as a coach was strikes. Don't love right. This is. Kidding crate Asari saying I liked you. Still drinking Mickey Menards and kitchen. Compton route. Southside, right. You know, I've been Toronto. Right. Understand. I when I started to notice that sometimes our culture, we love to be abused artist. I don't remember. It's artists are people. We love to be abused. I see artists who'll see a publication. And in that artists, go back and go back and forth that I've seen this multiple times. But we watch the con game. But the only one when that TMZ thing, and then you know, what are you? What do you think that is like where people just think we don't support each other? We believe that we believe the dream. I think you know, I think our ideas success is whiteness. So I d- success is not drink chance for TMZ ideas. Success is you know, nine low. And you saying I did the same great. It wasn't like Madrid chain. In Madrid chance on what you don't even with our good, brother. Yeah. I think his idea of success is you know, I got shit on ran Renan's. His hero Nealon. Musters his hero. Henry Ford is hero. He wanted to be like Donald Trump. His idea of success is he like he said his records climbed at the top of the mountain top of the Empire State building. I'm can't com. I'm married. White bitch. I'm and I'm fucking get white male shape. I'm just paraphrase. Okay. That was. Right. He had a bar, and this we talked about lost breath. Con- Jalen foot, man. I said it on. How? Gremio, linda. Man. But what he said while leave for the coach he had a bar. That was like he said, they you know, how I ain't about shit. 'cause I got he's got a white girl. A white watch a white into white go to match my outfits or some shit. What's bar, right? And the audience booed him every night, right? Say that every night to want wanna hear that. You know what I'm saying? And you know, he used to eat. But he said that's me recently said that to me a couple months ago, he said I feel like a whole world is quality onus. I said my audience is right. Tamales made you better. Standing out. Man. I really feel like sometimes people are moved to do that. We don't even know where to say. You say you know, what I mean? So we ready to judgeship time. Well Thomas toward us to come around all the time. What what did they say they say the people love the come up the full down and come back. That's basically, that's VH1. move here. I was gonna alphabet. I'm no judgment. I want to say, I'm no judging none of us and in the final this conversation, even as it relates to kind of west, which is threaded somehow into part of it though, it has to be I'm no judge. And this is this is out of love. And even like, we're talking about what level of takes to be successful. And how we see success on certain level, like even us as quote, unquote, people who are thought minded, you know, until the revolution mind. We try to use. We we try to be rich rich you here. Yeah. Absolutely billion dollars. Right. Yeah. Absolutely. Why not there's only there's only like this. You see the cloudy and a lot of the community excludes that kind of understanding from it or how we, but you're not saying that as behavior no money. No. Demotivates? That he's. You ain't doing. I'm really just understanding that like it's gonna take extraordinary circumstances to arrive at the the the the conclusion that we want to be like I wanna be free. I'm gonna be have liberation a lot of people say I'm already for some people say, oh when is freedom. Some people say, oh, well, did you vote? Some people say this. I my point is we have to come to some commonality about it. And it ain't easy and I got daughters five of them. And I'm thinking to the future. How long foster rabbit a place who I really feel like this place to say, we gotta do something. Incredible. We can't just think regular, you know, so like in real like in. So we have to include all of this conversation. Drink Tam, saying little, Donald Trump and. Saudi dealing crack. All inequality. As as outsider in the sense that you guys all know. I've only dealt with him a couple of times TJ. And as a fan of cognac real fence say as a fan, I'm saying the precursor to say their gets to appoint where there's damage that's being created by what he's doing. Yeah. I think that's why we have to speak end Elkins become scary. And the beginnings the damage though as follow was as follows. One hundred tickets. They'll do you think. Brad. I don't think it's the followers. I think it's the actual president himself thinking that. Oh, this guy. Validates me. Hebrew that everybody. He's already. Then. Individual. I just feel like at a as a fan of like at a point. You gotta understand. There's there's a damage you can't come back from that. He will go damage from me and on a personal on a real personal level. I think the dam just me becoming from and I'm very privileged to have grown up with educators recognize that as a privilege. There's most people don't have God bless the misinformation and misdirection to me is very damaging. The fact that you go there, you make statements that are not based on fact, but that are based feeling and then you say you say Twitter Instagram feelings matter exact fat. Interview win. He said. Slavery. Yeah. Now van lake within the correct, very eloquent and the next and it'll be the next the envy was outside and women's family, right? No, we alway-. But when you Connie. Was calling knowing out word. No one TMZ. Don't do it. With me. Apologize to violate them. When he apologize. Jack. Layton, data me was real. That was also saying. I'm brother. Yeah. Because actually. County bigs up somebody like Candice Owens kinison was comes after me on Twitter. And then I go black, and then she called a nigger in a monkey from trader white supremacist white buffer because this is your Twitter is unfounded, right? Like, solely would take a person that I see a personal of of like white supremacist Neo Nazi motherfuckers, like proud, boy maga- fuck is becoming EMMY like you should be more like Connie. But that car fall not his fault as nine because they won't be like that. They're gonna find somebody else. A lot of slack for all his. It's not. But the reason why I have to have to give him summers as a business. Cousin? He is a grown, man. He's making choices. He's making choices to align himself with people who are are stead set or harm and people. Come you making a choice to align yourself with people and you're making your choice? It's not an intentional choice. But as we know what to come there pressure oppression? It's not about intent is about results. You got the best intentions the world the bro to fucking house pay with the greater. I think counties attention is. I don't want to see me with the stereotypical image of a black man is I'm free. I'm not sure idea black man on his maga- have any show you how much I'm not your idea. Or did that what the flag? Configure flax. He was trying this early. How did? Zealand traded fifty thousand we love Andre Andre Andre Wayne federal. I would be willing to bet and remember. Really? I'd be willing to bet that if you ask Andre thousand today about why he what confederate belt which he did twenty years ago. He would change his tune ludicrous when he was on a war t- waterhole confederate suit. And then he pulled it off. And he's pulled it off. He had the red black agree should under. I think as their idea with little John had the confederate flag burning on the cover April in that had a flag burning on the cover. They came. They did that after Andre ward. At the New South idea is that we from the south. But and you know, you could speak to a more 'cause you from Florida like. If you speak to you don't wanna hear. Like the moment now. Me to watch it at the crib. And I used to go to my friends, I watch. Relief. Jan. The even talk about the flag for second. Right everybody. So high about the confederate flag, right, but the confederate flagging shit on the US. The US flag is more responsible for slavery and all types of nice. They stopped the confederate flag, then then the confederation. I mean, they all to meeting all the same. I ain't trying to say not 'Y'all hang up the confederate flag when I'm just saying that US flag. No better. No me is no better. We talked about Similars hypocrisy. Reflagged will tell you. I think you need to be a slate. Right. He's they'll tell you that USA everybody free. But then in reality covers the Okita here. So you know, what I mean, we're we say, oh the confederate fly like that's the one. It's like all these rights two hundred percent. But I just gotta say it now in this conversation would be viewing American public Murray's. Murray's talkable is going like that like America. I like American metal Russia, and that's the other ship accused love him. I don't bring it back to county. But that's disappointed me when he get on that America first shit that to me is is worst. That's not believing that ain't it. There's a comfortable says we need to manufacture Mary put America first nationalist shit, but he'd be on that ship now. But. The baking Z's in Calabasas right now. And now he's switching back to Rita. One hundred thousand dollars. But but my my day. What really like, you know? I I just think there is limits views a bubble get we see as America like privileges for anybody who ever gets out of here understand it. Anybody and mad and do it. Yo. Yes. Withdrawal to the airport. We started this tour we was talking to her chain and all that and we somehow in talking about Puerto Rico in shitting one on there. And I we went down there seeing what was going on. I was telling him a little bit like the not getting the aid that they need and things like that. And this is the problem and it just no disrespect. They heard him this the ignorance he he was like he said Puerto Rico. They're you know, they're they part of us. But not really they take in this this the mentality. You know, he was a cool, dude. We've got accepted what he what he said. He has no. Soda holding is on or. That's what the LA Bella is like LA Bella projects right there. That's where they was fighting. All you know, what? I mean, if you look at what they goes, probably leeza. That's the docking to me. I spent a lot of time. There's thurston. How? Doc there we filmed the video add soccer or Hector. We went to Pearl. We video there. But that's where I be. Look, don't that's the thing. So we could talk about Trump. We could talk about gay celebrities. You know, they they get followers lights. But the people the people that's lacking real growth that real being what you know what I mean? That's that's the issue. None of these celebrities and politicians would matter if the people had since as a whole exam follower. Joy, we was putting it at work to understand what's going on in our lives all will be small base. That's part of it's not just a remember the world is to activism world to know. Activists charities and organizations people get caught up in film, like a hero. Exactly. Like the dead. Prez taught me if you're not talking about food, call the show for the people what you talk about all this height be shit. You know, we we get quarter. But like, it's very seductive, very sexy to talk about all these celebrities. All these you know, what I'm saying book. I'm sorry. But I remember it was a certain time of the night. It was pulled of becoming where it was cool. I came up in two no signal light. And now a whole gang. Banging. But how do we wish that back? How do we make it? You know what I'm saying? Gone gave the real talk. But you've got to let these young dunes talk. We hang who's call real right to teach for real for real. They're not they're not having. We're not recording the real compensation. According to possessing conversation, busy Abba compensation. And we want to compensate drivers behind the door got a young. And when they talk about getting their money. They talk about real business brass tacks really fucking round, we'll talk, and that's you want to. You want to hear? But I think that's that's eight right. There's not that is what it is the language change. Right. So we from the generation of the conscious of more wear wear it on your sleeve like I'm black, and I'm black and I'm black on Black Sea. What a new generation is not so much wearing on your sleeve. Right. Exact what it's about who. Am I say visuals? It's not so much relate into this social construct of race. You know what I'm saying? But it's more relating to community, which I think that's a powerful you'll call it. How about how about how about like even like right Now, Dan chief finally someone we're going out there buying time rate, but one that was not getting all that money. Not because he's designed everything it's his Graham, but we don't most of us the facts was going out and buying like they hired that right at the same thing. Very faintly. With a cat at all. That's one even even the old lady arm in the old lady lady that came to the war show Seymour night. And it was not capping particular it was his shit. But she didn't she was g shooters other ways. I'm wearing night for. Cool. We understand that going to support it support his. Any predator Nike is a Trump supporter. Eight donate any. Delays to the NFL on mattress and key. Millennium prisons, kill okay Nike's has invested in matters and American more than California like, and so I mean, president had mom time. The prison industrial complex has been a crazy profitable investment for many people dying. So without concerts. A lot of people have become rich from legs imprisons yacht. New. Now. Guys state prison last week with the common who cabinet. So you're like, we basically we gotta get out of the bunch. That's why for us revolutionary, but gates was what made sense because you want to change myself. What's this shit is my son general gainst up on gang over Lolo Sunday to work? And the other one sell out I won't sell the new old. What's new in this process? Hold on our cell. The thing is ballots. This is life if you'd be on one in stream bright imbalanced. So it was a time in hip hop coaching where it was all about the heart all about the coach. And we pride ourselves on that we mastered are crafts, and we made that work in the world. Right. But we want all the top of business. Right. So they're the flipside dander, getting hip to Venice on the masters won't be teaching each other through, you know, through the culture, and then we started focusing on that and to the to the without focusing on the culture riot. So, you know, all about the money, and and we still playing like yin Yang steady of the woke folks getting the money. You know, what I mean all oughta rich folks getting some consciousness, right? We you need both. You gotta have you have sensing some values. But you gotta have some power some some bread make certain things happen. So we we've been learning this as a coach individuals learn from Nate community like a Jay Z pedigree was getting month. He learnt that from his his his circle, right bright. He was tired after one album, but how many people Jay Z teats through through his actions. Right. Whether you call him conscious or not, it's right? He made he he power people what his actions, right? And then how many people are dropped all the weight of the planet earth. And how far it is from the sun with no business with play. That's right. Not taking care of the kids. Right. So it's not about what you say on the Mike, actually. And it's not about how much got in the Bank account. And right is is what wild you're in the position in what are you doing with it? That's the new that's revolutionary gangrene after all. I'm sick. I'm so newly. Yeah. Let's let's face it. On this twenty years ago. Bus me that lighter and give thanks you too. And a lot of us really was like I said, this conversation's you capital like this. Now, if you you limit capitalism, imagine, that's a ocean polluted ocean is everything feels that. You can imagine in this water. Right. That's capitalism. Right. But you in the middle fucking ocean. Right. So and money, right? It's swimming in capitalism. Right. So you can be poisoning. They can be all that. But if you're in the middle of ocean, you gotta be swimming. Or you gotta be on a boat, nor joy fort dodge around. So you have to figure out how to float they how to get towards some lands. Some some something solid. In the meantime, so we can't ignore the system that we live in. You know, we can't annoy. In Catholic what they still wanna watch hopeful. And they feel like they did not violate right? I love football. You love football football. Did you watch football? I watched you did watch it. I watch. I didn't watch the cabinet. Did you watch it? Now this season. I have I haven't got a chance to hear good gives them all over my people have stopped watching it because of capital. I can't tell you people. Do you think? So I don't watch too much. But I can't imagine somebody watching some people. I think it's, but I want riana just turned down. For that. Anyway, I think beyond. Performance. You know that they know Doug chin they pay for like traffic and all that number one. You're working on down to her return. The desert. Understanding classrooms, which is why they are who they are always dentist platform power. They they. Black girl. I don't I don't count on Washington. But I think that's a personal choice. You know, if like, I can't imagine. I don't know y'all could tell me I can't imagine somebody who's watching football ever see every every year life. But also was woke also agrees with capper next position just say non Campbell watching what what turned the whole TV off, right? Everybody third. Okay. That's cool. And I get it. Right. I like that guy. And I understand we all agree with that. So then if that's not gonna work, I'm not saying, it's not gonna work. I'm just trying to say ninety. Fucking NFL or any of that shit. So what works? I think he I think what he's only what he doing work. But then how do we have? That we had loved that into something that works thing about it for the about the thing about this. It was publicly known crystal fuck with us. And we we actually made a difference said fuck it that it was still hail do that. That's the thing. This is that not Chris. What's the difference between everyone in half out? Everyone didn't have access to her crystal. Because it was it was NFL green report brothers free. You know what I'm saying? Like Chris was was advertising was the luxury. It was at luxury who was it had like. Chris del anyway, Ford it anywhere. Okay. Hotline. NFL for free. Now. That's that's his that's his biggest. So on the other end Adali affect I don't I don't think to see it when he was doing it. Allie was out there. You know, what the void where antiwar shit when he was given the nation. I don't think they saw it at the time. He was despise. And I think they were saying he would never work again. I think that the impact he's bigger than boxing. I think kaffir, Nick. All those brother, all the athletes or athletes who do take them sacrifice because so many who have gone down that road right lane bragging rapid. No, did these people who have gone against the grain and made the NBA say, no, you can't come here. And and. I don't know. People to all the people that lose auto ones that we big up, and they're like, Colin Kapp right there, even by integrity like we all here night on that right yet. But people mad because he got a check from Nike bright. You was happy away. Man who was black. You know, I'm not. I'm not. We'll will be talking. I think that's what hit me. He month thing is capita stood history. Like one hundred right more than what hurt other twenty. Me. Eric. Family lost work. What about the wind? See we wanna focus on that was a win to win. Got that Nike. Check the money. He was making from the NFL. He was donating millions. He was up in a million plane to Simone all your shit. So he's clear outsmart man play cata with supplies. So Molly place, we can't even land the place at that. Straight where you where where the US has stroke, cat, cat, Catholic war absolutely team. Bay area bay. That me he thought that you're trying to he's he. Humble spirit knows that the end of the day. We don't all know what all but ready to be like how can I do? How? Manny white parents. Imagine. But I'm saying that he he he he he has a level triggers that people have and he's like I'm flipping mullet privilege to as much as I could possibly flip. It straight out the best way help account. Kaunda racism is to have. Whiting disagrees. Racism runs. Great. He got. He got white. Parents were great people. His parents line people that he got a lot of good people around him. I like to set out to the people who who have been molding him in the bay area who read to him who are like very protective of the fact that they know that like he's powerful we and that being athlete is. But where he comes from has integrity, and they like L this debate heavy this this medicine the Panthers and and. Vase for time. We don't know what all, but we know we are on with my parents people's move going out to the bay area to get that Black Panthers. Oh offices to value system. That's based on. That's what the Panthers baseball what families based and that's what they miss vowed. And that's why we have people in our community who are celebrities because of the engagement. They're missing the connection to that. You know what I'm saying? They missing that. Like, you know, what I don't want to really try my best not to fuck to be on some get off my lawn. I really tried not to be some Friday. Yeah. I'm gonna be off the mall. That's how you wanna be using. But but but but when when it comes to policy when it comes to community like I'm not talking about ratchet ratchet loop. Little loop. Probably as good as Negi thinki- there. His. Right. He is good. But like my sister. My seventies has nothing to do with any of that. But when it come to when it comes to the shit, we talking about you have to you have to look at what what the jeez, Dave before you not to emulate not to copy. But also love mistake using off because you you standing ratio. This Magar come see dead rats. I have to do that. Okay. I want to give it to my wife. It worked in the building. Russia. These guys got mad. I saw. One thing you could take away you had to stop due over hippo. Takeaway. Wow, man, that's tough to stop in and do over whatever. But you know, whether it's yours or someone else's. On our question, Dan as art because I have no regrets. You know that that that was but I learned from it. And I grew from me like my man d one told me and around one time if I if if I could have been the dude who is in the lobby could've told the girl. Don't don't go upstairs and CPAP and again contender around you get life. It'd be better. And both of you have to save you a lot of a lot of help. Maybe maybe maybe maybe I'd be that person. Yeah. Come on anyone doing. Okay, that you hear on the man. Come on. Finished. Bring your own. But my again long. Bye. See you on a minute into the come on, man. The one thing about. Sold out tonight. And they go. We have to sell out everyone. No, I think I'm worried we're choir. Like, you know. I don't really do regret. You know what I mean? So like, you know. For me. I say this purse on a personal note like came in the hip hop fooling by street shit. Okay. Maybe maybe I said, okay. Okay. Maybe I said maybe just being in Boston industry shit. Maybe it's actually to get the record. Pass on a regular. We on actually do go by. Okay, now, I feel very very very happy with choices. I look like I'm gonna say, you know, we gotta test one time. Sadat London MacMillan like to work loyal. Understood. To introduce us to recipes prints, and we on the same night that we were introducing. Better that better say, but look stories happen. Every time I. We did it. I'm gonna say. But now. Yeah, I just wanna say that like new record not we we spoke about it right there. And it was a record called the president. Yeah. And sign this. Yeah. Doesn't exist. But I regret that it doesn't it is could it could it could this like very probably on. Yeah. We're could've follow him could've made it happen. And he and he was very clear about what it was. He wanted from us. With great stories. Thank you. Glad to because you know, prince. And it was crazy. Let's say you're nervous. I was so like more than you knew who we were opinion about it. Let's say what he said. And I don't think it's no disrespect. I mean. Me neither. So I'm gonna say this say look it up. It over the phone. I'm gonna say that he was like I want to first of all he's like I'm job when I don't want you to curse. Princeton that I came up to a nasty prints like so like, okay, you wanna do president. But he said, but I don't want you to be soft. And he said like like like, I would work and MRs no respect. No disrespect Jezreel as real if it was and our conversation, and I say this. I said, it's okay. Fucking. Because I love this the depth. But he was like I would like I know I like common, but I like y'all because what you do. So I want to do that. Pardon? You turn that off because the show is tonight. And he was like give me that press. Don't give me combat. You know, what I mean, he was like be. You know top. We are either all be role. That's what you know what I mean. And and he was specific about that. And I just gotta act did he have purple shirt. And what is that? This. I think you really have purple straight straight and that was in the wedding. But anyway, I wanna say to him. And I really look I vision that record. And maybe we should just take take that record president. Might be grace my now, right? Core record girl DJ. Credit issues deejay did a few shows. And you. One show that maybe we didn't speak about before a little Brit story. I've never met prince crazy print store. Never. Breads or too big. I meant to Mike. I smoked a blunt with to pocket and John foretaste knowledge Diggle plant as crazy at the country club. He knows crazy technically conscious at first I know that to pockets now come on the undergrads Jerry in order to hooking me up. Army's call hopefully, actually the point where people. If you really loved him, I can track people in. Dance video trout. They can't keep black men. Dan exam to that. That's soldier story. Up to blunt this case for second the blower, two biggie. Together and Sarah Jones, you know, the police Eric. Oy. Sarah Jones one night or one job take. Too big and Sarah. Team birthday party. Jessica rosenbloom bloom had a party at country club. Okay. And maybe Nuff reflections DJ somebody. Okay. And to park was performing and big showed up or biggest performing to. I don't remember which is when they walk away, and it was to walk away. We'll Danis sugar. That's very. We might have been palladium. That was country country cl- come up in this. The seventies. Okay. Yemen. It was interesting. See knowledge was around. That's what he every time. I see that flavor year video and he comes to cool like that. Because he was hanging out that that was like the club, click the Knicks play video rampage busted. Big puff. We used to say, see Brooklyn. We just move on the same block, we moved to Brooklyn. We came to Brooklyn from Tallahassee, and we we was right there on Saint L. Oh, what was it right downtown saying Elliott? Liz spat with forty eight because. Oh, right. I will Brooklyn tech again. So when we played that block, we have no way to go really actually homeless virtually so we hung out on the black seething see knowledge over there where and isn't it has fucking. That time platinum platinum when he ran on some shit air. So we ran a Boeing and we scared to sit out of. In a way, we scared feeling, but he wasn't. Hung young. But we know see now. Hold me. This one football man favorite era. Favorite pop. The it'll it'll matter Hewitt it or not beating Pete arrow is that golden is that MVP eight eighty. That's what I was about to say eighty year eighty at me. Yeah. Don't debate me eighty nineteen motherfucking eighty eight eighty that's the year eighty deaths era p paid full and it's light as rock DJ rapper. That's that's that's that's takes a nation of millions and everything if say business. That's the great veges slick Rick world rate is eighty eight. Beat. So monitoring my point is. All Jews world fans. Probably don't know. None of those. Yeah. Yeah. They don't. They don't so shoot. Then even along that new. Go. We just got a whole discography for you to go study right with. Because I know that I know reference points, I talked to the I'm in the studio with the. Say maybe like, what are you just you say? Like, they have no reference point. So my point is like that's important enough anywhere juice world. The guy that got the signal recipe that guy. Why? View stinks. They didn't know why you said that he has an interview outweigh doesn't know that I think it's shape. I'm not being I'm not being specific to him all care. In this interview. His host. Faxing this on this kind of generalization that that this audience is the one who really I think if what's going right now absorbed shit. Help us that that's like that's my drink. I would love to see that. So you eight as well. Of course, even. Even. Any? Ninety five ninety eight run. Smoothie. That's ninety three ninety two. So actually destroyed his strength. Eighteen ninety three ninety nine ninety nine and nine hundred ninety one ninety ninety one when you have tropical quest. Lupu Dray, although platinum ninety one ninety nine. 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Lean ain't shit coach coach them. Okay. They fit hot music healthy is gangster state. That's where we are. Yeah. So we're gonna bring it home. That's what I don't own him. He's pretty good. PB break. Got out. Minutes, and you're gonna take it. Media. Nothing mandatory yesterday three ten. Why? Dreaded though with joy exactly like need to open the. Palate. Got a red black and green. But there's no way and it was thinking very fifty. Shaggy got something with that. It is because people like cognac. Yeah. Three. Shag. In. Yeah. So Drake test back from the road. A big TV will all always, you know, drink so walk, and we always support that Bill as well. You know that shaggy around here. He has react cocoa coconut. But in my mind, I could be mistaken. Cardiac as this awful little Wayne. Wayne to one. Yeah. That's too. Go. I think it's about. Because. I can't give you that that brand of meat support saying artists artists, and then me open them. Because I'm really not a call yet. Don't even do. I do. That you y'all like that? I I'm not a kayak guy. I stopped drinking the guns. You don't have whiskey, but it's cool. I understand that you don't treat it. I'm going to be honest. I wanted to do a study like I wanna see why people should Netflix. Because it's like the what you drink bite me racing. What? Back yet. With. I'm not thinking I think every race. I think that's the reason why certain like I'm being like. Yeah. You've been put on the drinking. And that's what it is. Because that came did it all started with nj numbing going. I started with. Rank. Did he say? Advani? And so like, I. That were smarter. And through stages Mahan came out with my Hennessey jerseys that was rock in hand. And I went to Mexico and got and I got to kill them my system in that for many years before all of seculow vibe, and now Murad that whiskey, and this is what it's you can't tell me you can't honestly say after like what I've noticed. Draken is a game. You go into this point. Right. If you don't really drink it, really. Like I drink. Yeah. On the rock. Yeah. Some people black Johnny Walker like back red and green is cool. But I. I don't like I'm gonna be honest. Thank you. Not I don't drink heavily whiskey. What I need you. That's cognac. I was introduced to whiskey Ireland and Thailand is because it makes. Ninety nine that like that. Black is black people. It really is. But really more than that the Irish people got connected to the black revolution. And I'm gonna go right there. Because that's the reason why. Respected the multi when when we went to tour in Europe. It was that the Irish and Scottish people who came to us and was like, what is your opinion? What do you think about Rupert Murdoch? They hate me for the IRA and all that all that movement all that movement. All those people are also associated or over friend relieve with anti-imperialist movement. When I say anti-imperialist, I mean like anti capitalist colonialists. I know these words whatever I just wanna say that. That's the reason why we can relate because we know we have come and like this. So like the Irish people like support, Malcolm X, I'm like what does whiskey tastes like? And. Well, listen, what celebrating tonight, you brothers? You be a head. We had a great conversation where we're going to keep continuing to say we have to keep supporting us men tonight that breads. Larussa role. Nico nico. Is and who is a maze in. The president coming out with some pot. Here on. Half. Was going on. Excuse me. I mean, I made minimum Princess. Yes. Bye. Here style. I'm I'm it's nice, right? Job's a little way maybe support artist. If you wrap up your product of Earl eat forty as well, I can't believe we twenty. Co-ceo around forty eighty three ninety three. What was it? That was spam yet say brand while we added they're trying to outlaw green show right here. Shutout shadow outlaws. They got a new water alkaline water coming out call everyone so outlaw. Wow. I say that again outlaw mortars to pot. You know what I mean? Agassi replaced. I know you hit that man. He got you nobles good. Oh, yes. So Nico is from Brazil, and I met him in Orlando. One of my favorite. As you know with left to go on tour nickel dropped Amcor grew just a couple years ago new apps. Call unico. And you know, I'll let me speak for himself. Beautiful beautiful honor to be here. Let's. I was born in Brazil, and I grew up in Orlando, and I was doing music out there, and it's going to school out there. And then destiny just happen. You walked into a nightclub ahead in my mix tape and the next day with their record and Shasha Triska Triska. My brother Triska locked. Something like that. And all of a sudden, it's like. Fast forward a few days, I'm free styling him and his year. And that's really the freestyle. You know, come from a tradition of freestyle back in the day. You know, shot SuperNet super. He's saying like people like that. And Craig gene, our ledge freestyle on a level that I haven't heard freestyle gotta hit. Address. Never heard anyone freestyle during chats is the first beautiful. No what I'm what I'm saying. Got it. Therapy. Say that probably because therapies. All land and to help. The way we come. And you'd be beautiful. I knew him seat. Compare that question. No pressure. People. Say a word he starts up the rumour that I did in between. Did you say word? And then you say it were tonight picture. One two three four five, rob. Fair debt. Drink Fisher language. Do it. Joy. Let's do it. What we need to do. Ready automatic. It's so me met he says stop attract is that even another thought was a shock rat. He met shock mccown. She's a nice woman fell off the other doing a nice. And. The segway doing better the next day. Oh, stick. He said, listen, I'm a move to a monastery study kung FU come through you said young. Do you say sandal? Sando when it's Halloween shoot videos. Thursday, hounded jump off of me to be humble when you got to put the Oakland, the Gumbel shoot. Delicious. Hyperbolic hyperbolic sign of property said he probably see the PIN paint. That's what he got stuck. You said find that in a pocket shoot follow the dodge. Viper when he said his hyperbolic, seventy seventy stop. Okay. I wrote down the eighties along along. Thank you. Girl of spa Siba Siba. Spa cba. We was levitating. He was meditating most invite Celona watching LA league. He said I'm talking to peace to the leader. While we say piece of Freda peace at oh, jeez. Pizza leaders. Piece of beats is never equal. Different negativities awful. There's no squares my circle that's not a waffle came off the top of the dull stick man, I'm able total when he said love peace to the zonal. He said peace to YouTube mal, g forty six on the bluetooth. He said that I'm trying call you being picking up. Listen, this adrenaline rush. I'm saying when Nori peace and love peace F, N P, energy peace and love. The no pressure awkward at all. With your legend off too. No pressure. Podcasts are not on that Chan Klett. Our hint from Oman tak- maze. A little bit different. He said on the leader, you say peace and love and peace to freed of shoot. Red keith. What I'm gonna tell you that. We alive. Well. So do I know you do? Devise arbitrary. Fires me when I see this. I need. I talk. I'm my way and says he did that do the answer. Definite man, got them. Clapping. And one being like, what's what's what's the air wars for the record? Concerts. Content creative. Fuck AMC Manute title. And you want to know it. Anyway. I mean quick quick to the money like shout out to my wife. My partner in all the club on the podcast. Yeah. Club podcast. What it basically is long about twelve fifteen years ago woke up in Brooklyn without in my leg from being a drink champ. And all the time, and I've decided to clean out, you know, nine years sober. No, no, we'd alcohol and just changed my life. And I started studying martial arts and yoga running and became a long distance running coach marathon and all that shit. And I didn't know that the physical training was going to take me somewhere different. Just in optimism. You know, a lot of pessimism. With just being in the struggle, people crack in my life, and all that gonna I've seen just through training and being focused. How how made a difference for me? I wanted that for more people. So we created RPG fit club for that to be a platform is based five principles knowledge, nutrition, exercise, recipe consistency. You know, what I mean and me and my wife was in Tristesse. So that's how I got rid of gout natural. And and so, yeah, I'll be fit club. We say healthy is new gangster. And you know, we go hard on that. It's just about inspiring people for healthy living. So you know, what I mean? Yeah. Terrible. Together. Say it again, the name energize maintain we all got different balance and all that it's about nursing yourself. It's about training. Right. But most of all about enjoying life. You know, I mean and just having the wisdom of balance if you can't enjoy life. You got to. Joy did thing. What you really learn is. We we think that, you know, getting higher games is enjoy life in there, and it can be fun. But you can also enjoy discipline. I mean, you can enjoy the sweat. You know, what I mean steroid few when you when you run when you when you put in you can really enjoy that. Like when you get run us hot, no said, so you know, when you eating the right foods, some things that you crave. When you know, you eat and better, you don't crave the same thing. You know, I used to drink Erkan jarred me all that. You saw urban. You know? Yeah. Yeah. South say, you're craving saying, you know, what I mean, you know, you go to coin of four and get a they get cleaned out. With the you tell your stomach. So it's it's just about, you know, for me, it was about I got bigger got bigger values than just being how all the time. You know, I want to be there for my son's a certain kind of way, and I want to be fit. I wanna I don't wanna be limping sit at my twenties. Balance. So it's a long Devittie. I wanna say and support at as my. And I may have some people who have gained that journey to through healthiness and wellness through some of their presence on like be healthy. And as we sit here new Brady as we all say. Say that will sit on the train. The devil. Ray? Santamaria number let it go. And so, and so I just wanna say a lot of people doing shows say thank you for sending me on a journey to health and wellness through song be healthy. And we wrote it that way he wasn't really that healthy. You know what I'm saying? And that's actually more running the thing that people get their people always in their journey. People learning changing growing through the processes out. Good. And I I love to see how many people have now embracing of like what health and fitness is in the world, and it's a beautiful balance. Like. Over. But a lot of really like we we wanna drinking water or going to the gym. I see a lot of audits. I here working out and people like styles p c James I see. And then I mean, like so many artists who in the gym, you know, fifty fifty and you know game or whoever anybody who who's understands and it can be eagle testicle. But part and parcel is part of the fact that people say I want to be here. Partial heart. Yeah. Say, and it's not just about what you look like how much you weigh. Right. That's the service level help. It's for us is holistic health. So is how feel you know, what I mean became big the twenty one. Twenty two. Such a early age twenty one years old people make done lead. That's what I was wanting nothing. What got me go. We were. We the fray we'll fight every day with everything we was going through Chinese of figuring out vegetarianism begin ISM. And there was even a really at as getting. They have. So so so at that point like we we try to figure it out. We we know we like okay stopping veep. The message to the message not studying pork chicken beef. What do we eat? We drown and relapse in Kentucky rats. Devil tease said but just 'cause all during the week. We're trying to stop so hard, but it's a balance and it's a lifestyle coach. I said how people could have knowledge, right? This. Another thing people. You could have information, right? We always supposed to drink water. We know supposed to eat greens. And you know, we have the information. Right. But we don't how to inspiration that grabbed on Brian. So that's what I'll be fit club is about. It's creating using. We we make music of rounded. So like. So you have an inspiration the door like there's some like coast new album healthy like about when you when you need that extra push half assing today. Now, you you gonna give it a hundred and ten percent because there's motivated you know, what I mean? Like, that's the part missing this information as it ain't no information. You can't get what you can't get. You. Can't information apply self, right? You know installation. Gotta do that. So you use the coach to bring it forward. Out. Hip hop. We have no age limit. We haven't. No. We could do this shit. All we want. We playing football. Off. Say about. Wait. My lease is not. Everybody. Everybody black name Williams. Stood out. I believe. You guys only get better. To tell you is. And all these people wanna push us out of this. And they wanna just 'cause they say young, man sport. And they could feel young man sport. That's your man variously. Okay. Young man. Very hip hop. I mean, it's wrong. That's why we can't really like really like. Critique them too much because. That's their thing is the thing is we have all audience came to we still be worried about their audience at see. In our shows straight up. We talk about old school in our show. Right. And when you say were owed school people think they automatically think time period. Right. But that's not what old school old school mean. A service set of values. You know what I'm saying? That's timeless. You know? So it's not about going going back to era and trying to recreate that is having values in twenty eighteen that's timeless say timeless. I was trying to tell the team for others. You know, so many people many, you know, they just go unappreciated that sometimes person don't even canister. Thank you. The south of the position that you serve. As a person that knew better. But I was just so involved with the sort of like a new talked to the gates way more. But also spoke to the guard by music I smoked because that's what I came for. But you out for front line. I was second row. I know. Real versus. I feel like me people like that. We were second row we had still we wanna still bitches and shit. Even like, we big fans CNN, write you a part of the duo and all that. To look at you. He's really in this box. No. I mean, we know where it's coming from. And we all influence and trying to grow and power. You know what I'm saying? So that's how will we live. And the last thing I just need you to stop. You don't have to every racists on Twitter, but every races on like, I'm you wake up in the morning. Killing Z. Nobody. Let's go. Yeah. Let me tell you. But I'm like men, it's it's really awesome. That there is someone who's a star war that is. Get that. And I'm like in my mind, like my spirit, Twitter animal and. What? He bringing light to these people. So the dig of exactly what. Exactly. Out of this like. People that are say that. Now, the people who bring the car back at WalMart. Would be at top. Go look at Facebook, six months ago. Confirmed flag. A report. Future. This guy audio. It's just crazy. Ballo in you back. Back people already. So I just want you to be because. Sometimes you're not going to be honest on this, right? The most craziest shit in the world. But I'm saying if right now stood right there, just fully clothed. The one with with. I would say roasted radio but aspect you will all turn around the. He just said fuck that. Don't look at them. Exactly. What's rolling? I can't stand him up. You don't. If you were standing there naked, and we all tend to really see you were still getting I was. I was. It's still a problem. So. Say something I could go back. And that thing is you have such a big audience and you sometimes enough enough. Enough. Really Finally, I love it. Are really really, but you'd be following the person has seventeen then. Breath, personal rendering seventy three until they. Because you do the I do you go. I love it. And they just don't get that high blood pressure from. Listen, and we got we got. I I have a very high. I have my life is very fucking incredible life, but I need one vice why? I mean. Oh, day all day. A very solid. I don't have to do anything. I don't got them. And a lot of people were classic. Gotta do. I choose to do what I wanna do. And I don't put up. Rich. But I I'm blessed to be shoes when it how. Right. So if you see Twitter's I'm enjoying like an, and that's the part of it that are that are free sheet that people really concerned about like if you see me like does she fucking superpower Japan with the mega? Mega fail. What he when you? Yes. I I the problem is with the platform. Giving people. I'm from I'm from the I'm from the call of make a racist famous like like, I want all it'd be famous outdone. I want to be famous. I wanna see covered. I wonder. Especially in this era of social media where you talk about people who voluntarily say, I'm opposed to Nazi shape on Twitter. And I'm you know, what I'm saying like Donald Trump Donald Trump was running for. He tweeted me seventy five times. Are year later, Nazis marching, Charlotte? Charlottesville running focus over killing. To meet each is not going. And that's all it is like I'm looking at it like like on in the online space in the digital space. Bigoted black plaza. I didn't see. I was interested to see it because it's like he. It was ill. I'm in. Because some like. He gave the guy the audience, but he actually thought of that. Right. But it was so much the thing about it. Spent so much time on taking this guy because he was speaking David Duke, this is a black guy. Right. This day. We do. Right. Yeah. But is. I know where your mind is. I know I came here actually, getting the politics. You said you wanted to be in politics. Okay. All because I think I'm sorry. I feel like. Like like if TI was made on land. I was a little bit more than our ready. Cold game. But the thing is the thing is business penalties. Heavy heavy heavy. To do. I never hear about both. Okay. Hemi out hit me out the way, you've got examples of the music business. Right. You got like cool herbs, and you got. These people who sacrificed for us, but they didn't make it. But then you keep going up the ladder, and this people hor ball off, I think. That Will Smith and Dave Chapelle, although they were playing around. I think I think they're playing definitely not that was just playing I would not how about how about me. I would I just want to say this very quick brothers. It takes more than just like popularity to not nowadays. That's not what I get it. But that's why. But that's not what quite a flies. With his family qualify. I'm not saying that I'm not saying he's old family struggle. I'm saying. Down to lead me like in this age cut because of that. Another events component person. We can have. Is talk about release of icons strong black, man. I'm not I'm not. Desi? Did he? Smith. On the air. You're in the galaxy some shit some. Bounce back. Maybe then we can say we really did. I agree endorsing day. Chapelle wilson. I respectfully. Right. Got. What we are doors Dame's Japan. I would say day Chapelle president at wells smell vice you know. How you know? I agree. Two. Can't push it. Got it. You would you would. Qualifiers, obviously. Obviously much choice is between Donald Trump. But who else is five? Okay. So okay. Who would who would you give? Runner for spreads. Really? Acuff up talking book. I kind of disagree with some of, you know, he jersey, I I know. No, no here. We disagree. For real for real. We'll get out there. Cory Cory don't do as hard in this in this space because people have have to be aligned with what's going on power structure man could beat this renting anymore, and they play the lobbyists who enforce parliament's fit on everything then enforcing the policy makers real talk. That's happening. Like, you got like people with money who buying the presidency. So like, so he asked me who does it have to qualify to be a rich person. I'm talking about people who understand leadership lay down Orgainzation. They're gonna lead fairness people who really been studying. They would. Anti-capitalist there's almost mobility and this and this. But I think everybody understand Bernie Sanders better. I think Bernie because that's why people understand kill it. Mike more right because he was a support Burg. My thing is like also might be crazy warned laugh. All these people that's kind of someone who's ten years old killer. Mike, there's someone. Say clinton. There's someone who's ten years old who is not invested because everybody's investing. And that's what I've come to understand like I'm invested. I got kids kids, but they appoint has to be somebody who's not invested. That says I see about a world then this because we all got a pay the piper. And then so somebody says all that why don't we live fairly? And I think that matters that there's room you can call it a fairy tale of whatever the fuck, but I'm not gonna say somebody here. There's there's a Cory booker's commonly Harris and the people who are standing up in this democratic versus Republican. But this people not none of that sat out the two Rosa Clemente. The road to this show. Puerto rican. I'm gonna be honest if I can have world Smith in the White House. Techs movie read that. Bush. Couple of drought. Works. This is Craig. Great. Thank you. Great thing. Progressive presents inspiration to help you do ensure stuff. Okay. 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