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Unfiltered Episode 26 - Derek White

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1:28:45 hr | 1 year ago

Unfiltered Episode 26 - Derek White

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Unfiltered starts do all right. Everybody we are back for another a persona the unfiltered podcast and I've got Justin Brown from the State Street. Tattoo Company in Bristol Tennessee. And of course my daughter. Hey we're just started the PODCAST. We just started recruiting Justin. But you but you said you said the other day or whatever I fucking own. The Bristol Touchy Company. Sri Touchy giving myself. I was giving myself a selfless plug and also we have cody. Gower owner of the Murphy's Borough Tattoo Festival. I'm just kidding. Another selfless plug against the grain in Smyrna Tennessee. However we got a better guest than both of you to combined and this is true we have Derek Castle. White Aka Durkee from the wonderful whites of West Virginia is joining US tonight. And just to be clear Derek. Also tattoos just to show. I'm just like L. Y'all probably more than Nyein. Hey we just we just regular old people do and that's right. You know I I do want to say this though It took me a couple of days to get you on here and rightfully so because you've been exploited so much in your life that you think well fuck this guy's GonNa explode too and it took me a lot of convincing to let you shut up Hank to let you shut up Hank to let you know that I'm not Just one of these fucking guys. That's trying to to make money on you. I don't make money on this show and this is I just wanted to do this to give you a voice of What you're trying to do and get your story out there because I mean. Hey y'all got a lot of fucking fans but the fans don't know the whole truth and and I'm GonNa back up for a minute 'cause I used to do the The actual tattoo mention and I had your aunt Mamie. She came down and we took care of her for a couple of shows She'll do meet and greet. Qna's all that we try to give all the fans and love we can But we we me and my partner came together and we we thought of you know how could we get her here and we called and it was literally just like hey. Y'All just come pick me up and I'll do this and we're like what the fuck you guys you know. We're not GONNA you ain't no damn agent or nothing you talk regularly so what I did a. We did pay. We paid her to come but that was on us and I did. Purchase her some prints and some shirts and I told her I said I said Mamie Sell Shit and keep the money because it is what it is. And Gra Dude. She was amazing to me. Exploited tuned into this podcast. We didn't make Adama that movie here. Fan of the wild and wonderful whites Johnny Knoxville and Jeff. Tremaine took us. Were literally loop ride. You know this bogus because the bogus most bogus part about it is asked and very very good at not to my mama funeral and here. It is yet today into thirds videos which let me give the third all the respect. Ya Much love. This family loves Hilton. Hank Williams junior to third I'll he he was true. I was GonNa say I talked to Jessica. He came down and did a party. A buddy of mine's place and I straight up. I asked him he said No. He said that he said the third was awesome. He said he's the only person that that stuck to his arse away. He's the only one in flowers and I don't mean a flower. I'm being a mother fucking bouquet that probably calls to grant was stuck in cool though you know and then you got Johnny Knoxville. Didn't even fucking rose you know and I wanna say this. You know first of all you know just a big fan of Johnny Knoxville before this movie. Big Reckon because I've seen him coming up independent. They're not watching. Take Popcorn Sutton for whites rod family then the Gandhi family for a Rod. Now she wanted me Dirk. Let me let me ask you this. And I'm GonNa play devil's advocate for a second so just just hear me out do do you think I mean. Has It ever crossed your mind that you know Johnny possibly got caught up in. Because he's got the contracts that they all sign you know it's possible that Johnny got wrapped up in already know what you're going to question there absolutely. I think Johnny didn't even know half of what was going on. I think knits burdening you see what I'm saying right. Johnny didn't know much of a just Johnny Pataudi together. I'll look at it and then the money comes and takes over and in this kind of like it's out of my mind goes like it's out to John. All right listen. They said you know they came here. You know they walk. In the first night they walked in they walking with beer and A bunch of cameras the cameras like I've never seen in my life like Hollywood was in my living room. And he ashes me. Why questions questions questions and start recording this. You know like hundred records on get the fuck you know and I remember him. Looking like dude is like you got character you grow you know an audience is like a camera comes to you and he had to do exactly like you. Want to do the podcast. Right I didn't want to do the movie. You see what I mean like. Nah I'm talking about is you know it's like I ain't trying to get you know I'm I'm just real country freely you know like but you can get that out there and you can show them. You know. Never once in whole time until the very last week and they said this and I'll even they say in their interview on you too you can go watch. He says we made it. Our business not may not let you guys not Johnny. Knoxville had anything to do with very weird but he was there the whole time. Knoxville never showed once. Oh okay why was he around? The world like never never never around. Knoxville was never rounded. Is just an expert and Taylor and then we flew out the Hollywood California only three family member glance the cost the risk turned down. That's how were they riding? Knoxville's name is what they were doing what they were doing. I think so. I think Johnny got involved just like we did. Somehow you known in Queens do that. For December stance increase could be conflict. Don't need to be between the white and KNOXVILLE audience. Get Him on the line. I mean hey one of these days you never know. But I I got shale number Gombeen but I don't ever expose it. He put me in his CD cover. I mean like I don't know what it's business you hang. Thank thank God. I guess I don't know if nothing by shielding your talking about. I think three but yeah man. This is bogus bogus I will. I will say You are what we in. The movie row is ended. They don't mean nobody knows why. Say the Boone County. Maybe people just do that or not. Derek it's I mean it's your fucking Hashtag now bro I mean it's it's everything yummy not copyrighted and everything right fucking makes them shirts and sell them Bitch Shit. Thank you people by shirt flick. It's unreal. I got a show In anybody podcast. Also check out my youtube channel. And if you want to share you know I feel you know regular and I sell autographed Now Justin is my We me and him throw the State Street Tattoo Festival in Bristol Tennessee. And it's sad guys have any questions that winners at Mar May Thirteenth Fifteenth Fifteenth or seven. Yeah that's what I said May Fifteenth Seventeenth So so Derek. I I will extend an invitation That you you're more than welcome to come to the show and We're really small have really small budget. I'm not gonNA fucking you know life. Tell me don't come through and be like. Hey Dude I'm walking show. Maybe I got it all right but one on the reason. I'm on your show because I seen that about you. Chris. Paul you're independent. You have one partner. You're not trying to outdo the next person one hundred percent goodness with US exactly listener so I mean that's nothing you know eleven if we would have promoted this before if I would've if my youtube or anything new on this right now have a lot more than eleven. We have a few more than eleven but what I will do shit. What I will do is is when. Do Post this Derek I'll let you know like a week before and you can get up and everything I will but dude we travel. We travel all over the damn country and anytime you come Virginia Room here. I just literally came through there the other day I was up in. Indiana doing a podcast. There well actually. I know where you're at because I took Mamie home from the up Madison on all that you know what the hell on that. Hey I was See now here's another thing that that a lot of people don't know is I was doing some things with Shane for a little bit right before. Yep well insists fuckers. Pull it out as soon as they died and wouldn't pay for a funeral. I promise you anything. When did a fundraiser to help? Raise the money to varying from any ex- actually act and actually I just had a woman on my Lafi yesterday. Talking about how. Y'All God's came and just did that you know all hell. Yeah that's how we are here in West Virginia would take care and you take care of man. That's the way it's not you know. Tell us how this whole country should be. I agree with you. I mean as wide as you are less than wishful thinking. I'll get all that stuff. You know our country to help her hands. Ask Derek Real quick I I WANNA I wanna say this you do have a go. Fund me up for absolutely We'RE TAKING DONATIONS ON A. We're going to start feeling part to this. We can now faces are independent towards all actually guys so I want to work out for the people by the people with four. The white by the WAY TAIBBI. I WANNA ask you. So what do you need? And that's where we'll we'll start with this. What do you need and the good cameraman Punk so much? Money into like close ups go pros and everything for this very the stuff that you know that people need to see is unbelievable. You can just go watch on my facebook youtube some of the videos that I show one here and they trump today movie man. I mean and it's just I don't know our family saint the only movie we had by the way. The dancing outlaw was made in nineteen. Ninety me my brother all this was. I was only six years old when I appeared first on. Tv It's crazy to think all that and Jessica has I WANNA say this. He has the dancing outlaw. Yes Jessica goes the Hollywood on the Roseanne show markle's ever saw that. I didn't know that that's fucking go. Yeah he's on squid. Billy's death thought of Gather making a killing on him on grand theft auto he and his network just like I said his PhD eight million dollars in my uncle lives in has never seen over a thousand dollars at once. Probably take saying guys Baloney so they basically. I'm assuming they. They found the loophole in the contract. And everything we're able able able to explore Jessica and your family and everything and make money out there. I think they mytalk does something. We're just hope gave all permission and didn't know what he was on. You see what I'm saying now about something. Obviously I'm not a lawyer. Know anything about that Shit. That's not out of your core hold on just and it takes money to fight in court. Okay True Yeah. Absolutely and they go. We don't have that money got the disposable incomes where they can. Just hold you up for fucking can. That's I've always said you know I got my fan base behind me big enough or if I win big somewhere else like I'm doing also recording the album of Megyn de it's called labelled by Society. Have you got you got you have it out or you? You're working on record. And everything I just think. Put it out booking intro music dude of it. I mean I play guitar from us. Twenty two years now. Buckton may send me three years old. You know everybody thinks I'm like you look like you got down eighteen. Everybody thinks that motherfucker is that mountain. I'm telling you he'll billy. Can you know what I mean Shit? Just Justin have you ever seen you know. That's like now he looks to me. I'm Jay Zal too. Young always seems like the only thing that I can. That's like I can picture in my head and everything is from the movie. 'cause obviously I've seen the movie visit. What's your workout regimen of like years ago workout workouts? When I'll give it to your biscuits and gravy in the morning bitch. That's one free eighty. Craig's cody cody. Who you talk in the background but yeah definitely check me out. Love got off the platform. Hold on hold on hold on hold on the phone doing everything by the dollar budget taking everything right now. Where are you at wasn't side to grab something quick to go? We'll go outside dickhead. I don't ever own second. I just stopped. I'll fucking bitch. Try to four on Fox mercy my other radio kill from O'hare dude. Trust me I know what you're saying. Cody just bought one. But this is great for the show. I want to keep this going pistol Justin. You did three boxes shelter. We have all just gone crazy shit and your eyeballs. I'm looking at all. Dan Don't WanNA couples any bars. I'll tell you to extra bullets. GimMe Threes Antiwar. Oh my Gosh told you should just give you should just give me at the Moscow. A working one. They got confederate money to walk. Now what I wish this long speaker from. It is care quills. Mine is its own speakers. Our you still alive. That's fucking because I can take one of those things even if it was like a train. Hit Me when I got where I all okay. They kill me discussing this. I've been here since ninety-one. Damn I'm glad you walked in and made it better from my buddy shows this problem. That's fucking Shit Shit. I'll tell you what you're going to be a cameraman. Congratulations Yeah right involved in the only I'd just I want to help you. I want to find somebody to try and help you do. Yeah man you on me because I have one. The fans hop up on my thing is like dude. I'll just bow the camera. You're on the outside and the kind of person I am. You know I don't need to let you about that. People don't understand how people money y'all just he's he's he's tree. Michael Labor he's a damn zanny sniffer. He knows his pockets talking outsides laying somewhere. He's lost one hand. You have to get incredible. You can never pass on. The damn dog is probably. How is your mom man awesome? Hey did sue back soon. Thank God who weeding them. But you can have really into what you fucking to corona virus and Verona's Iverson excuse to not allow by doors. You'll get shot when people come to you. Don't even know on it too. That's my mom's doorman. You'll hear how and you'll be laying on the floor. It'll be less. I haven't done shit dorning way glass. And they'll want some beans beans and meal. Corn Bread and brownies brought it up. Dude that tape. I tell you what know took me home dude. All she won't do is feed me when I got to the house. That's how that's that's all we do. You hear just broaden strict Ahmad doors needs a shirt if you need a shirt or jacket. Once you leave the shorter jagged. But she won't say rather forgive your shirt off our bag. But we're labeled as a mother fucking you know outlaw. All that his mom's the first person that's in the movie his mom the ones that I've read on the on. Remember her. The black headed lady. She says she says yeah didn't they? Didn't they cut her all see? They added it and she spoke great about us right around here. He said his mom was one. I'm saying he said record when they record it. See what I'm saying. But you see how fast the editor after she? She said that just to make it. Nice juicy says he said Most of the reputation of whites and been county West Virginia. She said I'd rather than come in on that. And then she cut her van right there and go into the movie right after she because he says he's like I love them people. I mean fucking Shit GonNa municipal appre appreciate wrote. You know what I mean. Yeah got the. That's my longer centers in robbery embezzlement. Dri I've never had a failing in my life so just making that up in copy if I wanted to be saying gene. They don't make it up they cut. We're labeled as she wants and maybe it says we're murderers all this and all that or fail so based off like hearsay and then use that as as they did was Mike. Yoga's was here. Will Barky down the bugger. Oh my God. This is how I think they Knoxville got. This idea. Doesn't make this movie about them. Family West Virginia. One of them saying and didn't pay these guys. You Know Nick Berg. That's how it works. That actually works like this to any paid. You know if you're going to do a documentary of looked into the deep end fucking is like go out you know. See if these people's willing to do it me and Bam Bam. They just went a little bit far with the took. An your own hands. You see what I'm saying kind of how I feel about it. Talk about it. More and Johnny Homing and obviously you guys already had a following and everything like that and then people already knew your name because of Jessica and everything right exactly. Get a lot of people that are like. Oh you're Koto daughter. You know she like that. You know I'm like really. I'm saying the reason that they came to you guys is because just his granddad. All his grandma Popol was tappenden disco. He'll circles around you. Oh that's okay. Yeah I I I. I've seen okay. See that's what I'm saying. He made a movie. Also people don't understand a long time ago movies and ain't got a nickel for that man now less motherfucking bullshit not anti now all day pay just for that cocaine. Disco Ball cocaine. That's why when it comes to the wall and we'll see like every ten years right when it comes to do an update on it. Have you ever noticed? That's how I feel about Gra. She won't Buddy Senator Thanksgiving cocaine time these papers and Jerry. Well I mean hey if somebody does cocaine and you over M- announce for everybody in West Virginia. The locals know how they come in here and did this right. West Virginia kicked acetate voice. Hey Derek out possibly can help you out with The Editing. Because that's that's where your money's going to come in When you when you have your footage for the next you know what you WANNA do Editing is going to be the big thing for you in and I do know a couple of guys and You know we might be able to help you out with some of that stuff and and like I said we don't want good but I'm Gonna I'm GonNa get you in touch with some of those guys and try and see if we can't fuck and help you out man. I mean I I'm saying know because you. You know what I'm saying on a trust me. I what's your what's your goal for it and everything is like. Are you one to actually be like a legit? Dvd movie or like Netflix fucking. Just a movie on Youtube kind of thing like Youtube. He wants to make some money mean to do nothing. Runs you to buy me a lot. You know they might two million damn his in one week off a video. It was crazy how he did. You know that bombing you mean. It's not new youtube shooting for. I want to get it out to the world but if the reason why the wild and wonderful whites are known in. When I'll get alive I got people from England sleet and Finland in mark. You see what I'm saying. Yes worldwide and that's what people you know. I want to apply like that and only platform runs like that your Netflix. I was GonNa say you need to? You need to fucking hit up Netflix. Absolutely you know what I mean. I thought about that route. I WanNa get it all together to see what I'm saying and another person off shoot of that is the person that actually owns the wall to wonderful whites. Now that's why we've Deniro. Yawns Troutbeck appeals shit. Absolutely yes and You know of course I would I would propose and she wanted me but be neatest. I'm not a bunch of fucking off exactly. Well we're GONNA try our best to get it out there and If even if we had the run youtube say we'll be seeing Emily especially with today's Day and age. I mean once it goes viral. It's looking out there you know. And then if you're able to get monetize or whatever with Youtube and make money off of it but it could even get picked up from there to kind of thing right exactly. That's the Kinda Shit I'm looking for. You know what I'm saying. Cody you're paying for you. How old were you when the whites was filmed Kinda thank nine one saying so eleven years ago so you what twenty one. Twenty two team. Yeah Twenty one twenty. Yeah somewhere near. Yeah you're right about how. How long did they filmed it for? How long were they had guys place everything actual in year? And that's what it says. We followed the whites around forty year. This is what we got was five. There are other interviews. We have five hundred hours of footage. And you come up with that at Damn. My Buddy here said you know. His Mom said their interview them for an hour and had nothing but good. She had to say and it took that to second. That's fucked up. Yeah there fucking Derek. Also now had attitude. I'll see too with you. Know like let's say hypothetically the movie is able to move forward you're able to get the crew and you know the film and all this Kinda Shit and everything. Can they still fuck you? Because of the name or it was at Jessica signed his name and they're making money off of just go and they're they can't make money off of Derek and so and so and so and so you know what I mean right like is there. Is there legal show? Yeah it's more or less how much intellectual property Gal's name do they don't come on and they never give this information. Nothing I mean you can request those so no legal contract families under contract you can get those contracts down. It's under contract anymore. Screamed at family. She wanted me up screaming that to. Let's do this. The bottom line warn. You need to help me do. This is just and he won't listen. He married woman listens to everything she says. But look near the bottom line is I mean. You know it's your life and you still have other family members so you know you could call it. What's unsettling also made me shoes. You see what I'm saying has the biggest. Yana mean she owned all the rights over all everything. She wants saying she's beneficiary. You're right yes exactly. Getting Ready to test amounts beneficiary of everything now Real quick just real and she loves everything. I had to say everything I was. GonNa be the last time I talked to her. And it's been quite a while Bro. she was. There was something wrong with her legs but I because I haven't talked to in longtown learn stuff. You don't need a lot of people. Don Let health right now. I was GONNA ask you. How is she don't do while? We're not we. I want you to when you do talk to. Please tell her that I asked about her. And and like I said I it was it would surprise me if she don't remember who I am. I really because I used to call her all the time. Check owner and Over the years I've just so many phones I ended up losing her number. But next time you do talk to her. Please tell her that asked about her. And I'M GONNA throw this out there to What outstanding about the show earlier the in? May If you can make it down man just get your room and you can just come. Hang out with us on thing. You know a lot of people. Don People's Halloween parties and everything. I mean Do that a lot. You know long as they take care of the hotel and all that you know. I am showing in Murfreesboro which is right outside of Nashville. So you know we're Middle Tennessee. Is You literally right down the road? You'd be closer to my nephew. The one says Dennis's is there. Are you serious swear? They hate him from West Virginia. There man it's called Murfreesboro Tennessee getting set to the show the show put. It's literally probably a thirty second drives of the college. I was GONNA say the stadium right there. We'll say university. We're right on the road from us. I mean if you wanted to come out one. Don't hang out and Hank is right in the in the same area two. Yes yeah. That's what I was gonna say area so good. I lived in Memphis man. Do you know. I don't know I down the united to say it got a lot of places Memphis vessel review on the wonderful whites because they thought it was racial back in you back in west. Virginia I'm going home. I'm right where the movie I'm saying. I'm sitting opposite. We're actually was when I take the bottle no shit oh counting. Is that a real hold on for all the fans out there listening to this. I wanted to do the Johnny. I'm going to give up his Co. vitamins right and then you know he's like why don't you take girl from your from. West Virginia and I don't I don't I never did my baby mama from Brunswick. Oh that's outside of Cleveland. Lived IN CLEVELAND. Twelve years right and This is before all the movie and Shit. You know I'm Lou back to West. Virginia and my sister got killed a car wreck shit act months pregnant her baby and to my break brands and published data they did their maneuver shit on and they did it illegally. You're not allowed to do it at the speech you mean. My sister was innocent completely innocent and she was in a car that choosing fail and you fail any on him and she just happened to be in that car and he ran from Galley and we lost her. I mean being her always was like. Hey do that dude. It was awful. Winded monologue changed after that right there. My whole life changed. I is the place in. Yeah I used to play pro football for Cleveland. And everything had scholarships places three colleges fucking lost. My sister just stated may rightfully so she blood for years you know and then we just very one family member other another ever. Since I was going to be so sad when I made par was movies that were happening with us. See and that's what I was gonNA say too and that was in the movie not the people that have passed away and everything but I mean that that says some two. Is You know like you said a couple times too. We're real people you know we wipe arrest kind of thing you know. Even tell him those stories and stuff and how it's affected you and your family's life and everything with losing your sister and all these different family members and everything and that's the shit that you didn't see and didn't hear in that fucking movie. We got to make this happen for them. Somehow I'm sitting here like racking my brain Li I know three dudes that fucking film and everything here in Bristol. I'm ready to text tomorrow morning. Listen a fucker you need to drive out the West Virginia this shit fucking plump right now and then a big ago while ago you know if anybody wants to get involved in it you know. Just let me know as I've mentioned that multiple times when I ask people live at podcast busy. Yeah Cody Cody. Pairs under code is being rude to hold on. Sorry anyway could you ask. I mean Cody could you ask those people to shut the fuck up here? My people come in people's different. It's okay for your people. Look at me like I'm rob appreciate. I'm the guest tonight. Not Codey Codey Codey fixing give fired appreciate that Yanni. Hey Code not see. That's that's one thing about this. We don't look at ourselves like that. See what I mean like some big Johnny Depp. Speaking of did SUE BOB. Actually go to California the day shoes in California though she it good for her. Dc A roadmap skateboards with the bottom sale in trying to get them from one to fuck is going on here. Puckers nineteen years old. I don't Skate Board none more. Damn did cody hangup owns or did he just muse. How long can hang up? No No. That's a really fun Celtic music. Just so the the issue is I have it. It's okay I'm fine. My plans yummy. Do My lobbied taking fucking watch watch it. They can go back and watch. What's up now? Wendy you need to go do your show. I was going to do it at ten but then via pass that I do that all the time. You know what I mean they know do Dobie Whiten but Probably about Bob probably do Levenson like I mean sorry. We got them right now. You're not supposed to do this. So let's let's do this right here. I- cody I want to ask one question real quick before you stop it okay. So a behind number two. Are you trying to trying to more? See the family side of things or is it just all the crazy shit that was happening in number one in out the the stuff he wants to fuck and show the state? What they did was doubt the truth made and made a crazy movie. You know what I mean. Yeah you'll see the wildness in what I WANNA do. You have to have the Waltons you have to have action and you ask drama to around here. I can point my camera this way. And it's fucking people on far shooting. Guns are not complete. Nothing cameras this way and it's my thugs opening teens in poverty. A gas then. You just want to straighten fucking truth. Kind of find a behind the scenes clear right straight through the wash of being district truth about family. Everything like like savages and there was more than that right. I got an idea I got an idea. Hey Derek we need to Do a party and we need to schedule this thing about July. And we'RE GONNA HAVE WE'RE GONNA have. Let's do a Tattoo Tattoo. Get together and it's going to be a weekend of partying and we'll rent a fucking stock and fairgrounds or some shit and as everybody come down with big bonfire fire. Just fucking get drunk shit all weekend because that's what we do like on the weekends. No I'm talking about. Let's make some money so you can put it towards the film and we'll absolutely I'll just saying we all get together when we party does not even a bargain Janney. We've already out in the woods. Mistakes WE CAN S. I'm putting it up to Justin Brown to make that shit happen. All hardly if he wants to one on the field down here you know what I mean for. That's another thing too. I like real quick touching on that like a charity event. You know what I mean for the movie. It ain't no fucking charity absolutely absolutely. I mean that's what I try to tell people who are like. I don't know I'm trying to get something on that. You people want right but also if we if we can get you to Bristol in St Cloud we're roussel during my project. I'm major national or plan down. The Brisk Derek happened to my father happens to own a camp ground right beside the racetrack. So anytime you want to go right let me know of like Mark True x-junior since we started raisin big rusty Wallace Fan and then he retired and I had to pick someone on that. If you want to go in April two the day. Race and camp outs I- shortcut camping. I'll tell my dad you're coming and you're there all week and I want to go to. My Tattoo shop is literally right downtown. Bristol so right on state street but no but what I was GONNA say was if we can get you can get that. I can't reach high. Need something rid listening. Derek listen to Justin real quick if we can each of the Tattoo Convention in Bristol and then we can also get you to the Tattoo Convention in Murphysboro Borough. Then I've got some t-shirt guys and you know printers and all this kind of stuff or whatever and we print up some merchandise chip and that can also help fund the fact in movie project and stuff absolutely So we can not really like eat like you guys at a fundraiser. But not a fundraiser. Its your fucking yes you know paying for the stuck in this movie and everything show. Yeah unplug getting the baby on me. I'll do a plus always perform this. I got music around here to do good man. Mike Murphy rose become more like an up and coming like party area. College sound things like that for I only about this. Evocative this is up. Turks body searches the bucket him and each other. That's no no. We had to literally the spouse each other church. The redneck right yes. He got videos on facebook. Where I'm calling him out you to where I'm calling him out. Well Justin. I don't know who this guy is. But he answered on me but it was all. Let's work together working median because this mother putting comedian. You got me two weeks. You're Canadian might be running every voice. Has Dad stand up? Comedian knows the White House. Live likely role. We don't even know him so he's not invited divided many ways. And it's one of these. I think I just WANNA. Everyone is everyone but that mother fucker you know. They're not don't need no security if he shows up. It's all me. I want that mother. She wanted me talk about how I prosecuted guards. I'm known by the PUCK security. From what cody. We're about an hour from our Texas anyways. Man Shown us what's his love. It gets on Youtube and things Karaoke. You'd Allison and Chinese. And thanks. He wrote nutshell and she is eighty. Where I'm where I'm a real musicianship. Yummy not play my guitar. I don't WanNa give them on the wall for fucking monuments he does. He does like that. That country rats funny that's called country and we and hang three fucking absolutely hated on me. I think I'd rather meet the borough of adobe borough loaded shotgun and to hear that shit the call pop country. What you radio station needed point one plays. The students didn't penalty. Hey just a note to self. Don't don't advertise on ninety eight point one now called the fan man so so would this man like you. GotTa Name Look I was. We were sit down and actually you guys. When I was in the middle of my best friends like it might just randomly talking about Louis Right. He doesn't talk and then he heard the name brought up and all that I can. Apparently it's really big. Well like I. I guess some fame. I'm so that's why that's why it's hard for me to Tom and asked if I was like uncover. Whatever it's hard for me to I'm cinemas sardine watches saying you can read it on Youtube for two dollars and watch it there. You know you want it but unfortunately you don't play the deleted scenes but on youtube typing awesome. That is Durkee. And that's one of the leader siege and you can type deleted scenes from the wrong way if I were to rent it on Youtube would you? Would you collect any royalties like you? Eight off and find it for free. She thank you. I'll tell her to a lot of things. Don't was it until we get. You know some situated Allan Talk asking for copies of it and she wants someone else's pockets that don't deserve it for three dollars. You know what I mean. I really don't care you know you're wet. You're right everybody you know anybody anytime. You purchase it anywhere. What are we one with the sleep? Still on and stuff of woman catis target. Well the original wants two hundred and fifty six dollars on Ebay Shit. Getting super rare to find on it. It's got a sleeve on the outside of the regional case the movies original ones. Nothing it has like a sleeve as lodging saying okay. I'm up cardboard. Absolutely if you get your hands on one knows one. That's the money in one there. Okay so did he go to the pawnshop tomorrow. So Cody You. You haven't seen this. I've never seen this fucking rock. Have you been under alive? I everybody loves this movie. You know everybody tells me on their family related to My best friend was when he heard me on the phone with you he was like. Oh my God I heard y'all I mean but he's like Oh my God star had do you know what I mean? I get that a lot now there. I mean that's a year state Tennessee and North Carolina. From and his mother fuckers. All you know like not not every one of them you know. There's ten of them. They're all writing August with the commitment that way though you know it's just a constant reminder of like Ats or humbled sample so lucid. Use these days. You are who you are regardless of anything. There's so many memorable quotes from that movie. Two clock Hermione Boone County meeting. Call that when they're say bloom. County Mating. Go ahead to hit again. The Washington bullets this rednecks. Do it right here. I'm just GONNA get a lot of girls telling they're like Oh my God when you're outside dude. I'm wearing a month. Fucking t shirt shorts socks and a pair rocky loose like. I'm really hit home right now. Every girl loves that Dude. I'm going try to run the movie. Having candidates redneck boys and shit like that. They love that. Look right here. Just walk around like that. You'll pick up the. I'm I'm just I'm upset that code. He's never seen the fucking movie. Look you know what we all know what I watch all day. Okay anime anime. She's on me not going to get her on the next show her face. I don't know if she'll house where they've aged and stuff. You see wanted me to get who you talking about here browser selves talking about the lady recycled a anime cartoons all day. I was talking about that. Who YOU'RE TALKING ABOUT. Dirk and she liked this. I'm on this shit all Rick when he brought up your your nephew about the one that said dentist is this. Yeah he I'm after his little ass right now. He's in jail like six times since you've been dying now. Yeah the movie and everything through my camera the other day man. And that's why I'm had to start a donation and Shit. That's bullshit NOCCO pros going in the big bad ass game. She wanted me and my nephew right now. But On nephew you know. He gave me the permission. Copyright is genesis is. I won't put that on. T. Shirt to Y- literally literally one of my friends. His instagram name is Dennis. This series really damn say people either you know I gotta give. I'm shaking bottle. Yeah a win win are you? What are you? Are you going to fuck in worldwide? What I'm saying you you were talking about doing your own. Podcast win. What are you going to call it usually dude? I can't wait to do that every I I can't wait. I can't wait I think I WANNA do. I'm not just wondering I'm going to do a video podcast. That'd be fun. You see what I'm saying Youtube and podcasts at the same time. Yeah Yeah so we do. We do a youtube too but the thing about youtube is as you have to be so fucking careful absolutely man. He wanted me with this. I WANNA be. I got two of them. I wanted to tell people that will be straight out vulgar. Don't give a fuck Rawal Real and yet right one outfielder myself with my youtube. You know it'll be a little bit because you have to. And that's what Pe- some people don't understand why you just have to play in like basketball. I got banned for three months of watching fucking barring owns and the game was playing the background the NFL being I've read the complaint and everything from the NFL. I was like fuck man I was like. Oh my God I was like goes back to my other. I've seen them email. And it's like my other video and it's the actual game getting feeling you dumb Fox and it's right on Youtube. The semi scared it is. You'RE GONNA make some damn money somehow targeting the answer digital's fucking crazy. But I had to turn down and you know I watch. I'm watching Kentucky. Lsu Right now. I had to turn on TV. That's crazy social media so politics sports. Banak the problem is you should be able to do that anyway. Absolutely offense to each say Zuckerberg thought this was the Landau free. If you're paying for the freedom of speech this is absolutely you know when I play Youtube Prime and Shit I'm paying. You ought to be able to say anything I want to say and making you money making all these views bitch. Yeah you've got to be so sensitive of the nation but all of that said You know right now. I just now got hit like yesterday. What is the what is your. What is the go fund me under? What is it called Gofundme? The is It's on my facebook wall. Mean for right now. How much are you trying to raise like? What do you think doesn't cost? I got it sad for two grand. That's it that's it that's it that's it more than two twenty nine. This is my family. I know what we'll do. I still think it's going to be a little bit more than the only thing you see what I'm saying and also another thing. I want to do a tour afterwards because you also have like a token music CD. You know where can win. Acquire your CD. I'm not even put it out. That's what I'm saying. Okay I'm on tunes and all that we able to download it from there. I'll let you know since I release it. Everybody I'm releasing twenty twenty. I was working on twenty ninety smokers. I mean even with the wrong one day guys there's gotTa donations for the follow up of Film Www o. w. d. wonderful white West Virginia. Okay we'RE GONNA go. I still think you should make that a little bit higher. I think you're going to incur more cost than that. We've talked about that. She wanted playing just said it like that because they want people thinking whoa this through China. She wants to look at your greedy kind of thing. We'll see if you do if you do say okay. Say they do come up with to green. Well see what these love. But the here's the problem though. Derek if you do that and then you get the two grand then you do another one. That's when people would think shit you know so then you're going to have to explain. Well you know this was under under budget and I just. I just think that that's a little too low Prime example is there was a go fund me and about every other day the amount was raised by at least three to five grand rank as they kept getting so much support and to me. Look Very Shady. Well you need bills to be paid and you five grand and you met five grand but now you need tender you know so if you set the goal and let's just say you put it at twenty thousand and because I mean you're GonNa have to pay somebody to fucking film that regardless but put it at twenty grand twenty grand closed down the fucking twenty grand. I've got people want it for free And I get that part but again I think when the wall watchable strain on your think they paid their. I still know the people that feel this shit. I was in holly am right. You're still you're still gonNA need money to to to promote it and stuff like that and the editor and the editor is going to is going to cost you some money I am. I have two people on the way he wants to absolutely. I mean I get it but you still Yanni. I'm focused on it. It's obvious you're not just trying to get money from people. I and I understand that but I I would say green on there just to see what I mean. How would go you know? And it's went very shitty. Well understand that it's going to get put out a what I'm saying. I mean I'm like I'll like I said we're going to get twenty grand well at the same time you know even if it don't you can still if you get up to where you from it because you're gonNA use it for what you're asking people to use it for the. I don't I don't think it's a far stretch to ten on it and saying you know I've I've been want people's opinions. I'm glad you're giving me all this. I'm Don don't get me wrong. I know nothing about it. I know very little but I do a little tiny bit. But four people out Paul. To like my editors and things like that you need to raise it you do need to raise it and like. I said we we know people that can also help you this. I'm not trying to raise it to him. The whole thing and we get that I mean people are GonNa get it but some people obviously won't Shit Dude I love my haters too. I love you guys. I keep shit any more of you buy the more because you know what I mean. The even more notice right now is is when you mouths and somebody's name at least somebody's talking about you. I mean bad bad publicity. You know exactly exactly But we're I'm agreeing with Scotty. You need to put it at ten or twenty. I think ten to fifteen. Maybe you see what I'm saying I'd go to you. Just let it ride. I need to raise fucking you know. Ten fifteen twenty grand or whatever and because I'm talking serious about the ship with two grand. How fuck would you make a movie on to grand even though people are donating their time and filming netting in or whatever you're still going to make DVD's or you need to buy ads or whatever the fuck it might be. I mean in my opinion I would. I would look at it more seriously. If it was a legit number like I wanNA make a movie. I need ten grand rock. Yeah do you know kind of that if I had to? I was going to use the two green who also fucking inadequates that I could also do what I said I was. How do the tour young mean and use that money? I mean I got different ways now. I want to go about it. The most direct rail go about it is Kinda raised money right. I'm saying and that's what I'm saying. We need to have. We need to have big old hat and go out and fucking tour to raise the money right. Yeah because it also says gas and travel there. He also had that in mind you know. Well maybe I can just do fucking couch store if I had to. Hopefully that's how that's how hard I wanna get this done. You see what I mean. Wall on People's couches from city to city just to go to geico. I'll post this up when we have a podcast here and everything. I'm one of the admins and a Tattoo Group and we dealt about three thousand members in our things I'll definitely fucking post the go fund me in there and obviously to they're gonNA fuck in you know the right light shit at two in the movie they actually around this woman about you know what I mean a and the only time that movies ever editing can think because at that time they told me like act on saying he's like act like you miss a you know. No this is my work motherfucker right. That's how you know I mean you had to do in my laundry about it. I remember and he's like no. Just tell your missing it up when you see. We want it there. I'll say all means add a or have you ever seen an ever and she's like you know what I mean unlike Sh- bitch out here he hasn't seen the movie house and not actually plugging it up. Nice I am on the tattooed when you go to her. On the scene you can see me Senator Ted Turner kind of like a God smack fun talking about on Mousy. She actually came to one of the shows. We did with Mamie mouth mouthy shade. And I do not remember what was made me well I I cannot for the life of me remember. It was either maze youngest son. Yes it was Dakota Dakota Cain Yang Dakota came to ash. That dude was a fucking pistol. Let me tell you aggravate the mother fucking. He was never like a yes. That's awful honey. He was funniest shit. Have on the Radio. Get my hands on you. And you're going through the wall. He Dude any doggy spoke you what he did. We were in elevator with him poking more for exactly what he said he told James Von he looked he looked up at James Von and Mamie was in the elevator with laughing over. Wash my dishes. The Elevator Jack Johnson jacked up on me so you can take Jesus feet as low as he's washing your dishes. Don't worry about it saying Shit but look we were on. Elevator and Dakota looked up at James had said something to code and Dakota LOOKED UPSET. Me was like well. Fuck you motherfucker. Mamie just laughed our ass off dude and James like what the Hell Mamie was like ready. I'm just going to let him whoop your ass. And he's like he motherfucking S. I started laughing and people who grabbing with one hand just do. Malhi was like ten at the time I know. Many duties like twenty now and he looks. He was tiny. Little fellow. Tani man talks to Mattis Shit ever because mainly protecting you know what I mean. Dude I can hiding posted up getting recently into the owls in the grocery store like teen cops broke fucking Shit. Don't move GonNa move on and talk an every clerk and cashier. There was like that little multi-voice started every across the thing to that boy over there and we can Eddie Mair Ukraine around the house like seven times. I'M GONNA take us to play ball. Just I waited on him all I had and I got my hands on hard copy. They don't move motherfucker. God Dude Scream off. The floor ain't no way in. Hell you get to me breath. I'll do the people she calls us. We talk about. I ain't no way hale granted when that all happened in. Yeah you know what I mean the gun. I can't re- man I'll say hi. I'll be dead on with the home fans everything we would eat. We would get up we. These two boys rob the pharmacy in Chicago. We get up statute of limitations has run out there. No they got the district. I live in actually called Crook district. This isn't a newspaper is motherfucker crooked and one family name of the white canvas on all the police de remember to share. If on the bus flight and party says Randall White uh-huh so go ahead to two guys broke into the pharmacy. Forgot about that. My Father Scott and LACI named broken through the Chicago brought always peels back. Do we get up an e commerce that look getting smaller we would get up and Walk Thirty. Zanies at one one time thirty seven and I swear to God you know what I mean not have like two hundred fifty pain pills. Nicole Festival was going on fucking pills. Nicole fast when we come back with like three. Yongming grab another bunch dude. It was crazy and fucking remember in shit pop tough membrane was a prevail with your Hon. Coming out of the woods and Puck in Brandon was like fucking rumble. Tell my gun. Bill is true story or years. Exactly how mainly mainly in Early Hastening over Jessica was the state of night. Come down off his heart and realize these fucking guys running back and kick the windows out and stowed it and fucking dumb molly. Sulaiman's house broke the Flask Green. Tv You name it young. I mean molly stood cutter Brooklyn mattresses a jump on the bed and stuck thank through. The puck concealing. It was crazy. I don't know what got into him. And then come back up here to my house and they called brings. We'd set very brain led his dad. My has was best. Friends like being Brandon Brandon. Was family of you know. Poor stay married my mom and then looking. Brandon's like Misogyny Code at Daddy and I've seen seen talking a demon come out number with holy strict. Goddamn folk and seven point. Six to fifty four are we're talking about. Don't take your head off from fucking hundred yards like. It's nothing grabs. It goes to grandma. Box a hollow points. I'll never forget that part. I believe this is how he lives right here. I said you're not shoot mahalo points. I just paid off. It was expensive with meeting box. Hold on hold on wait a minute. Wait a minute. Did flight a minute. Wait a minute are us telling me that you know you're not taking Mahala points? Paid too much money for them but you can have these acts. Okay I said you can take the full metal jacket. That's how we live in Brandon WanNa per shouting in the fucking face. Oh my God and come straight back to my house is he still is still within shot like thin. Cobs out here kind of getting me. 'cause all Lord Issue Masada them let them know that whole thing in the movie is how long it took. The cops arrive here. It took him nine hours. We could have been gone. These mounds I go in this Mountain Bahama House and come out in any town around here. Three towns over and rain. Just a darn shot. In like. With stolen car to Kars righted is blow them up. That's how on a rampage. He was out fast eager by the time. I hung up the main. Mainly that's how I saved her life. She's she knows that. This day I call us to or get out of the fucking house and I said in those kids out there because the code was again at and Teaming there's little boys he said he is going to. Kill Them. Kids kill you and billy. I said I'd never seen him. Act like this Naimi said when she she passed off in the car and she said she heard the gunshots since he got out to a cousin. That Miami's daughter lived about three football fields down. That's where she's taking the kids to. That's how fast he got there. You see what I'm saying. That car was blowed up. Then you jumped out of that car at the billy and he couldn't get back over the couric jumped out in the middle of the road and shot at a dude charter shot in the passenger side and exciting. Stop his car in Guardian it. Shit Sonny so well I would. I think I probably would have to you. Know what I mean. Combining shop siding purse making stop and when he stopped he held him at gunpoint taking fucking car. Pedro gets so fucking hard brainstorming also reports you know at you know in his view of not seen. Mavi easy shit so he goes crossed in front of my house here and tries to calm one of vicious sealed. You've ever seen in a fucking son told on fire. And he is so much hail with column powder and they got him for hours and they said he burned it. CanNot Burnett Garmin. Kept telling you need a subpoena me. She want him saying he didn't learn the colored car caught on fire sale. He ran up in the woods and somebody southern cal fire. I watched it. It wasn't the teen feet up on the heel in my yard you know about. Let's see Tony. How corns that about. Forty five yards sixty yards and like and was it. It wasn't a car. Burn fucking costs with the infrared fucking. Shit. I've never seen before sitting here. Crawling like sixteens of man is crazy. Gov craziest thing. Is he still in jail for thirty years for attempted murder? I guess it was so they wouldn't worried about that. Rental got draw. You cannot shoot. The police police officer looking at almost had a license. Yes Oh yeah. He's a sucker pot shots and you know I mean people do that. Make them count yet. I mean I'm not saying that to be mean you know something like have you ever been stupid? National came caused and when when he he gave himself up. Do them out with one bullet last. What the hundred meters and shit. Yeah he was thinking up or they wouldn't do it he was going to me and my mom jumped out talking down. We had like fifteen yard called on his screen back in the house. I had a twenty eight million Durkee Maka. I probably would've shot. You WanNa make my blood. Steel just went and did that a small blood or center. Shooting down like that and fucking. I've seen videos Murph mainsheet sitting there giving up anyway. I mean he didn't hurt none of y'all he and he showed you that that's all he did. He showed him that. I'm better than you piss them off better than trying to find fucking Thermal going in for yeah. Yeah I told him and he was combined my window. I said Gopher hundred dog and they couldn't even chained up on the Hugh rottweiler and he's Lame Day on adult pop shit. I'll tell you what I can't wait to adjust and cody come up visit. We're GONNA have good time Shit. Show you where we don't show you how he ran everything here. One in Florida. Go UP IN THE WOODS. Redneck graffiti. I mean they try to tear out most of that's gone now but that part still there so let look so. I've got a show next week this weekend and next weekend. Justin what. What's the next show. You're doing besides hours. Actually the first show. I'm working as ours. Okay so what we talked about. Mostly what you tomorrow on the Convention? Right now now. So what I'm saying just is is like I think we should go up there in like three weeks and hang out for a couple of days. Fucking Shit Cody House welcoming at the weekend of Atlanta Shit so yeah can't go. So what are we getting a month? Cody Chicago's coming up in a month. God that's where my actually assume we'll figure it out but now to answer your question Our normal show is not really normal. Show we just really talk about anything and and I I just. I talked to different people in the Tattoo. Industry actually different people. I talked to the girl that carves Pumpkins the other day But she's actually quite well at it. You should see her work. And She Paints feathers but we just talk about anything and And it's you know my whole stick is the not edit thing is just like you know we talk about whatever and you disown what you say. And that's kind of where we're at so I did. You've seen my moving. You know every one of us on what we say. No but tonight. Though to be honest with you tonight was supposed to be showing disorder That's another one of our friends and he has ghosted US two days in a row so now it is. One of these shows cancel our. We cancelled the now. We're going to call it the the Derek Castle white show now. That's what we I think. We just need to cancel sean disorder since he wants to be a Prima Donna and not show up for his own. Tv show exactly now listeners. Good followers and everything. I mean I'll pure more. You know what I was. GonNa say is dude you anytime you want to get on and do. Alpha can put you on here. I don't care and Because like I say we have a channel is not. Just just my podcast. We actually have a channel so it what I was saying earlier. If you if you WANNA record your podcast than I can upload it for you and it's totally up to you you know you could start out that way to get you going and then you can do your own thing but At any rate you if you want to show on here I'll fuck fuck and give you a slot and you can just put do whatever fuck you won't do. I don't I don't fucking hold. No no down punches and I gotta be on at Justin and got to be on. You can do it yourself. And we'll just put it up there for you because on more. How how far? How far are you from Lewisburg? I'm I'm lay. Cloture goes from Lewisburg Charleston. You're not that far from Charleston minutes from Charleston. Yeah Okay Yeah. He's not too far from Marmots comment yeah I was GONNA say my buddy Paul's got bare knuckle tattoos over there. And and he says yeah. That's Paul Kirk knowing. Well show me man I? I just told him today. One of my lifelong friends voice. I love Paul He taught he called me. Mentioned that Yoga's you didn't tell me I didn't tell him we were talking to you. You'll meet me in politics another day. I couldn't believe when you bare knuckle. Paul's my buddy man. I and Paul's going to be as this show dizzy. Yeah yeah see I mean. That's my buddy. I used to live right down the street from him and everything I mean I respect the pollen of not the opened the shop because anyone compete with a friend one saying I was hoping to shop on the same strip and then Powell open bare knuckles. Do that's what you call respect. It is a good guy he was there before. Would you? Don't do ashes the word here. That's how we are. You know Steph. When people see me. He knows I'm I'll be straight up with one of the roadmap fucking Xanax and my buddies here being heard me say that and he goes up there and gets it. You don't get his fuck and ask them not beat up on some isolating West Virginia. You'll get hurt these people. I mean you take me out my door to my buddy you know I've seen even maybe a year or two years. Thank he wants. You know what I mean cigarettes everything. That's just how we are. Best in Biz. One of us off. Oh God we don't we don't call the police. We call family apple packed or you just let him borrow a rounded out to eleven on just one. She wanted okay. We'll have a solid there. That'll be that'll work for me. Man Cody you got anything else. Anybody listening you know. I'd love to the dude anytime names. I've been thinking that I could call the flawed actually. I was looking at one action pains last night. One of the fans popped up and said something. I'll have to go back and look and I was like perfect nine. Actually let him know too. I was like that's perfect. Needs to be the fucking Boone County meeting call due to see I might. I might label. What is that pretty good? It's fucking perfect. She wouldn't mean the Boone County. Mating calls you just call it that you know in you know like I'm doing my album you know it's called labeled by Society because guys everywhere we go we can walk outside and a neighbor. Look at you promise you every day. Oh yeah that's what I call it late with society because you can look at the person like my buddies overboard thing. I'm like I'm a fucker. I'm like you know it's one thing and he is able to. That's a good. That'd be a good shirt shirts getting made with that on the the dude I go. One Peter's meet with a radio flyer wagon. I'm sitting there pool. My amplifier and it might get charm. Hand came up with that and other buddies. Thank Scott Larussa if you've ever seen his work. Scotland Rusen professional photographer Alley Indiana. Yeah you want to get your work out there law. I said that he's really cool. When Damian him you know I thought he was trying to talk to my ex. They're still maybe think that having the lines you don't cross. I don't care if Roque Governance that's your friends. I wouldn't try to hug your voice. We know it's not pleasant. Yeah I've had a try. I got like three percent on my phone so I don't want you guys to think I'm hanging up on you all right but then we'll wrap it up now next five minute scene it's good You get a chance to tune in tonight to the late night show. I got one I do that. I do it sometimes out light show that on facebook or Youtube were. I got okay. I'll watch I'll watch it at the same time. All right tune in out figuring it out so if I had some complications and stay with me. I mean nate like you didn't stick with us in the first fifteen minutes of this bullshit. Scotty Pantries just know how it works and stuff? A lot of people don't like offhand. Not I called wins it just you know before it even started. We started talking. You have nothing lined up winning it this way or that way. But that's all part of it. I just got a row with sometimes. Better Defeat Better. It makes it real. It's one hundred percent fucking real. You know we're just a bunch of fuck off doing what we do. I liked the show already. I can tell you that is better person. Yeah I mean it's like I say when you when you when we finally do get the hook up will cause I take this shit everywhere. I go and We'll certainly can do. We'll we'll fucking hook up and do one and It's fun I've had cody and Justin on here a lot and we do it at conventions and stuff and molly Paul's it a couple of times. So yeah power. Politics have been on here a couple times. I love his collar. Work Do Paul Paul. Paul Shit is fucking solid eight. Wash no man hell. He Won Tattoo today in Bristol last year. DidN'T HE JUSTIN Yeah you know what I'm saying. I keep up my voice. I mean 'cause we put West Virginia on the PUCK and that people want to meet a lot of people don't understand that anybody that's continuing to mean many multiples walking mentioned. They're still trying to stamp our nine bill. You know 'cause you wouldn't believe the tail on this come out of West. Virginia we got Brad Paisley Ki came and gone knocks. I just text pollen told him I was talking to you. And He sends you love and respect him real quick. I just in politics back yeah. That's what I'm saying. He since you love and respect must have the same and we do a one for all schools hail you can tell you know the West Virginia. Shit like how? My attitude is attitude. Is You know you can tell West Virginia boy when you're talking to I think I think we lost cody injustice. What you can redraw cody hung up but Justin should be on here because this is his call man you look so. I will wrap it because I'm afraid I'm afraid we'll get cut off because Justin actually called me. I'M GONNA start to get it anyway. You GotTa Do Yours and I will call you tomorrow anyway. Just off offline and everything and we'll we'll talk and get some stuff set up but go ahead and do your shout outs for your page and stuff again. So people can follow you. Okay Yeah I definitely want. Ya Get get on all that and you know what I'm saying. Say Say your it's what you're Facebook handle is and all that shit all my facebook. No I mean I'll have to check real quick all right bad people. I am the same way already know minded. I've had it for years now. Dude I'm wouldn't believe me with these fucking days where I have some media have the facebook instagram Shit. You know even twitter and I fucking bartered. I've got that Dumb Shit Dude. I've had a twitter for eight years. I don't have never loved into went through so many apps just now about the Shit Yo. Justin just text on Youtube hundred durkee. Let's D. R. K. I. Castle White Like White Castles full cheever's soccer. So you know what that is That's a the page. You WanNa go look at this one almost like a lot on my facebook is under Derek. Gasol Yari K. Cas My instagram is dark. Dvr KFI West. Virginia and a twitter is dark seven. That's that same DR K. I man I appreciate you coming on here and I look forward to doing more with you and like I said I'll give you tomorrow man off air and we'll we'll talk about some stuff on instagram. Said West. Virginia is his thirty. W W Durkee w the D. E. R. K. On when you say West Virginia they might put the whole west. Virginia is the brother of a man. Thank you for joining us on this week's episode of unfiltered with your host Scott. Whitaker be sure to tag US and give us a follow on social media and Electro Radio or on the web at electrical radio DOT COM. Thanks for listening and we'll see next time.

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11 Trivia Questions on Famous Lukes

Trivia With Budds

08:52 min | 2 years ago

11 Trivia Questions on Famous Lukes

"It's eleven questions on famous Luke's written by listener and pal Brian sale year. This is trivia with butts. It be and welcome to another episode of the trivia with buds podcast. I'm your host. Ryan buds. Thanks for checking out my show. So glad you like pop culture enough to say, I need some more trivia in my life. Where can I listen to some on my commute on my road trip on my workout on my dog walk and and you came across this show. So thank you for doing that banks, your friend about this show. Thanks for getting the word out and thanks for even those tunes reviews. Like, my new friend Sidney Tassie did from Vermont. She said awesome. Five stars just stumbled across this on Facebook from that trivia girl in Hawaii. I used to live in Montana and went to a lot of the one she hosted in Montana. I paint all day by myself, and Charlotte and listen to podcasts all day. Absolutely love this one hurt it for the first time a week ago and have already listened to a few months worth. Thanks for the show. I showed my friends and even used it to quiz them. That is awesome. Thank you, Sydney. Tassie? And thanks for the nice. Email. You sent me as well. Always happy to supply you and your friends with endless quiz questions of tons of different category variety types, and today is no different because we have famous Luke's real and fictional free to figure out the answers to how well do, you know, these guys again, this was written by Brian sailor who just became a patron of the show over on? Patriot dot com slash trivia buds, and you can too for five bucks or more. You get to pick a topic. I do every single month and Brian takes it upon himself to actually write questions for the show. So he's helping me out quite a bit when I need to new content. So we're gonna go over these questions you'll kind of play along there's eleven of them. Let's see how many you can get right in just a second. Here. We go. All right question. Number one famous Luke's. Let's see how you do what Netflix series starred Mike Colter as the title character question. Number one what Netflix series starred Mike Colter as the title character question number one famous Luke's number one. Question. Number two. He is the current head coach of the LA Lakers four now who is he number two. He's the current head coach of the LA Lakers four now who is he? Number three this actor played a high school student one week before his twenty fourth birthday when the hit show debuted in nineteen ninety who was it. Number three this actor played a high school student one week before his twenty fourth birthday when the hit show debuted in nineteen ninety who are we talking about there? Question number four, this character was born on police Masa, but was sent to live with his aunt and uncle after his mother died during childbirth number four who was that. If you hear some snorts in the background. That's my dog Romeo. I don't what he's doing. I can't I can't stop. Question. Number five. He is the all time NHL leader in goals scored by a left-wing and current president of the LA kings. Who are we talking about their current president of the LA kings number five? Question. Number six this nineteen eighty six movie star Corey hayme as a geeky kid who joined the football team number six geeky to joined the football team nineteen Eighty-six Corey hayme. What do you think? Famous Luke's number seven. Johnny Knoxville plays this character in the two thousand five movie remake of a classic TV series number seven. Johnny Knoxville classic TV series character. Who was it? Questionable eight this most trusted henchmen and assassin of Don Corleones was sent to sleep with the fishes in the godfather who we talking about their number eight this most trusted henchmen of Don Corleones was sent to sleep with the fishes in the godfather. Famous Luke's number nine, the nineteen Ninety-six movie bottle rocket was the debut film of this actor and his brother to number nine the nineteen Ninety-six movie bottle rocket was the debut film of this actor and his brother to number nine. Question number ten what we've got here is a failure to communicate is a famous, quote from what movie what we've got here is a failure to communicate is a famous quote from what movie. And the bonus question for two points. What were the first names of both members of the WWE tag team, the Bushwacker Romeo knows for two points. What were the first names of both members of the WWE tag team, the Bushwacker? All right. Great questions from Brian sailor. We'll be right back in just a second to see. How many of those you got right? All right here. We are the answers to famous Luke's real and fictional. How? Well, did you know these guys this was written by Brian sale? Your let's see how many of these you got right number one what Netflix series starred might Coulter is the title character. That was of course, the recently canceled. Luke cage part of the big marvel cleanup over on Netflix with the punisher and daredevil and more. Luke cage was the answer. Number two. He's the current head coach of the LA Lakers for now who is Luke Walton? Number two, Luke Walton was the answer. Number three this actor played a high school student one week before his twenty fourth birthday when the hit show debuted in nineteen ninety who was it Luke Perry. Rest in peace, Luke Perry. Everyone's still sad about that one last month, Luke Perry number four this character was born on police Massa, but was sent to live with his aunt and uncle after his mother died during childbirth. We talked about their Luke Skywalker, number four, Luke Skywalker. Mark Hamill, just announces the voice of the new Chucky, which makes me wanna see it could be interesting. Number five. He is the all time NHL leader goal scored by a left wing and current president of the LA kings. It's Luke rabbi tie is that how you say it Robitaille. Yeah. Luke Raba tie something like that. It's got a lot of extra letters that. Don't get pronounced number six nineteen Eighty-six movie with Corey hayme is geeky who joined the football team. Lucas was the movie Lucas, Charlie Sheen's and their pre tiger blood number seven. Johnny Knoxville plays this character and the two thousand five movie remake of classic TV series. It was the dukes of hazzard and he plays. Luke, Duke, Luke, Duke, number eight this most trusted henchman in assassin of Don Corleones was sent to sleep with the fishes in the godfather, Luca Brasi, Luca Brasi, number eight number nine, the nineteen Ninety-six movie bottle rocket with the debut was the debut film of this actor and his brother too. I was looking for Luke Wilson the brother was a win Wilson. Wow. Number ten. What we've got here is a failure to communicate is a famous quote from what movie. Cool hand, Luke great. Great Blu Ray, if you can find this one I have it on Blu Ray. I kind of bought it blindly. When I first got a Blu Ray player. And I'm like, this is a good movie, and it is great movie. And it looks awesome on Blu Ray also recommend the graduate as a salad Blu Ray that looks much better with the remastered definition and for two points famous Luke's bonus question, what were the first names of both members of the WWE tag team? The Bushwacker is one of them was Luke. So you could against that. And the other one was Butch Luke and Butch the Bushwacker from New Zealand, either leave those guys they had a great hall of fame, except it's ceremony couple years back there, very elderly now, and you could check out that on the WWE network and this weekend big wrestling weekend, lots of stuff going on if you like wrestling with wrestlemainia thirty five and the women's all women's main event had lining the show. So that'll be kind of cool. Thank you so much for listening to this episode. Thanks for those items reviews. Thanks for signing up over on. Patriot support what I do every single day for your entertainment. Hopefully, and thanks for telling a friend about this show. We'll see tomorrow for more trivia with me. Cheers.

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Zeitlander: There Can Only Be Trend 5/25: George Floyd, John Cena, Mark Ruffalo, Jackass, Flavortown

The Daily Zeitgeist

20:22 min | 2 months ago

Zeitlander: There Can Only Be Trend 5/25: George Floyd, John Cena, Mark Ruffalo, Jackass, Flavortown

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You never know what you're going to hear iheartradio with number one for podcast but don't take our word for fine laugh and on the iheartradio app or wherever you get your podcast presented by now every customer. Both new and existing. Get the same great deal on the best of my says. Hello the internet and welcomed to this episode of the lender can only be trend or there can be only trend on the is the only one. That's the deal. Yeah i think it's one of those things lucon father that People have turned into the easier thing to say when for For the toyota crossover utility vehicle. No hold the movie highlander. Okay jack that's miles. Is tuesday afternoon and this is what is trending. We're we're having first of all just up top guys we're having some issues with I'm sure this is or maybe maybe it's not happening because not that many people records zooms but the new feature on zoom Being recorded Thank you very rarely leave. Feels makes every zoom Podcast recording feel like a call to prison. it is a little jarring. yeah but anyway All right well here are the things that are trending. George floyd on the one year anniversary of his death and there are some takes all kinds of takes sort of suggesting like thank you like at sort of treating him like a martyr. He is not Yes i mean. Nancy pelosi really held it down for the george floyd martyr crew but he did not decide to sacrifice his life. His life was ended by a police officer. Tragically was killed. So there's no at just weird shows a little progress we've made in the discourse like we can't even just like as if we're going to focus not to say that george floyd's murder wasn't important in absolutely drove things To a certain extent but like there are so many other black unarmed black people who have been killed and to get hung up. As if like george floyd is sort of like a singular thing. I think just does a disservice to like overall what people are trying to get and the liberation that people looking for rather than just like dare chauvin found guilty so liberal right back to it. Y'all i wonder if that's going to become a thing. Lake the way that you know mainstream american culture coopted the message of martin luther king junior to be like. Hey he says right. We're all friends and there's not. Racism is about being colorblind. I wonder if george floyd because he's a symbol of some The murderer found guilty if that If that will be he's the one instance that People wanna sell. Toyotas were believed that americanism racist will use. I mean there's already been a lot of backlash from the companies that said all this stuff at the summer of like the things they were going to do and then how very little follow through on it. Just because it's like. Yeah that's what you say right now and then things move on and then you don't have to worry about the suffering of people. I think much the same way like just because there's a ceasefire with israel and palestine less reporting on all the mass arrests that are happening of palestinians living in israel to like sort of like the music all right. We got to the past the rocket part. So let's just end our attention to this other thing happening as well Many things can be happening at the same time. So please stay you know. Stay aware but again Just these these like sort of thank you. george. Floyd takes awful. Did you guys talk about mark ruffalo yesterday on now. Well so that's kind of related to this next story. John cena to actors who are apologizing today so john. Cena is apologizing in mandarin to the people of china for the grave. Error code of calling. Taiwan a country. Boy he's he no. He's been studying mandarin for a minute. He posted like waybill a lot but apparently it was during a fast furious. Nine junk it he said. Oh and taiwan will be like the first country that will get to see the film. I'm really excited. He said that during a press thing. Yeah so though he was using he was like i am so. Sorry i it was like this. I don't know. I mean he's he must be making a lot of money from there and have a lot of fans there but his apology was like. I've never seen somebody or like he was really. You must understand. I love the people of china and There was a mistake was made. It's like taiwan. The country okay. Listen to the people that live in the land you're talking about. They're not saying they're part of their if they will say. They are their own democratically organized own nation much in the same way any oppressed people. Say no no no. That's that's what they think. That's what some oppressors trying to say about us. Roar country tune in tomorrow for miles a apology for having said what he just said. Yeah well We'll see yeah. They're they're not. They're not making my blunts so don't think yeah it just it it goes on with. We've seen this in the past. It's like with daryl morey When he was the rockets he said he was talking about like being. You know supporting the protesters of hong kong and this happens with so many brands. Like prada or like louis vitton. They'll make shirts. That has like a map of the world and taiwan will be labeled as a country and then like oh are bad are bad bad bad our bad so sorry we didn't mean to offend anyone But i think just shows you. You know the power of You know these markets and what it means people. Yeah because it's not like it's not. I'm thinking johnson apologizing because he believes that he ran afoul of what he believes like. Taiwan is as a nation breath. It's that it was clearly going. It was not a good business move. And that is the pivot. We're seeing like you're talking about with mark ruffalo. Mark ruffalo was speaking up for the rights of the palestinian people to not be murdered I think he used language that was found offensive. And so he had to like kind of come on social media. And backtrack and backtrack at a live event. I think also and you know it was just i it says. He said he was sorry that he used the word genocide ray relation to the actions of israel and he said quote. It's not accurate. It's inflammatory disrespectful is being used to justify anti semitism here abroad. Now's the time to avoid hyperbole. come on that's that's such a not. That's not a real take. That's right that is i mean watching. You can see what's happening lawyer. Overtake 'cause if he would have been he would've said sorry. I use genocide for the systematic killing of a race in palestine by the israeli authorities which is by many definitions. What genocide is but i understand. Okay i'm sorry on how about this Human rights violator. That seems to be something that many other international bodies are willing to agree upon. But yeah i think it's You feel like it sounded like that was the real mark ruffalo in the first tweet And then you know your support staff is like the you're going to have to sort this out sorry. Every celebrity is a corporation so yes and if look if if you're on the business of talking spicy than don't talk spicy or rather the truth. It reminds me of like back like years ago where they were like. We're sorry for that. We said that the congress person's language was racist right. Well it was bright. I don't know why we're apologizing because you're allowing someone else to dictate or define with. This conversation is about incompletely distract from. What is actually happening. Milo being called racist is the worst thing that can happen to someone in america. So would know. I'm us on the other side of it but okay. I'll believe it's absolutely the worst. That's the worst worst thing getting your life taken for by the police for doing nothing Johnny knoxville is trending There's a new What what is being called the last final jackass film coming at us and there's a new g. q. Article Talking about his career as he prepares for that Many people marveling at his survival to this point his see so physically fucked up. Yes like not even funny. You're he's fifty one or something now and his. I'm like i'm at that as look. Yes i fucking gassed up off those jackass shows. Cky tapes a fuck films. But as i get older in my body knowing the shit. I can or you know as if he to do. I'm like please. John and you don't have to let this be more of a cerebral jackass than a physical one. Give your body a break sir. And i don't know if i don't know part of me feels like i have all this old old body empathy where i'd be like. Oh no no no please. I can't watch this like the whole fun of that. was watching. Young dumb people injure themselves in young fund dumb ways backyard wrestling type shit. And it's not fun when you think the person's gonna die. I guess you know that. He's not he hasn't died but You know he's got gray hair like he's got all the markers of somebody who it hurts to get out of bed in the morning and he's out there like fucking you know just getting. I don't even know what the what the stunts are in this one. But yeah i i just i just already here bruce springsteen from mike that the song from the rash ler zeno one poll hokka. Please don't just pivot. Johnny to just do fucking like airbnb ads or something. Yeah host america's got talent like shouldn't he be on that shouldn't he be one of the panelists for america's got talent at a certain point. It's like johnny knoxville. Doesn't have to be on if he's good with his estates in his finances. Just lay down forever. Please take care if he's fine financially. Then yeah man. What are you still doing out here. Man just creative create space for the young jackasses out. Yeah like yeah. He absolutely he should have like treated it. Like you know right like kobe. Leaving like having people are jordan like having young people who wear his brand. Here's my jackass challenge to you. Jackass of the year within two seasons flavor town is trending. I mean it's always kind of trending in our hearts. It's trending now. Because so i don't even this is one of So i didn't do any of the trends. You all the trends for us in this. And i don't know what this sentence means because it looks i'm gonna yes. Oh flavor town is trending because guy fee eddie. Just signed a three year. Extension worth eighty million with the food network. Now i wrote the knicks because this sounds like athlete money now like three year extension eighty million. I'm like who are we talking about guy fieri. Evening is not bread dodger. Oh it's the okay long. I mean just goes to show you what the fuck this guy is like his gravitational pull if his extension is worth you know another fuck in twenty three point three three million or whatever i do we think the food network has mba contracts whereas guaranteed with with or without you know injury nfl. Do they know what those numbers look like. What what kind of red lines we saw back and forth when they got to this agreement But you know he's a fighter And you know it's kind of one of the people definitely on your franchise When you need somebody with a good heart who will wear a jokey bowling ball shirt And will will bleach his tips till dave they can be bleached. No more right. i'm gonna go. I'm going to say something controversial here. I think his agents should be fired. I think he should get way more than this. 'cause fealty is like i wouldn't have said that until you put it in the context of sports. He is bigger than the food network. The same way that like lebron was bigger than the cavs he is like he is transcending and becoming his moment is now like getting bigger and like his Cultural impact is getting bigger. Need him way more than he needs them. So i don't may maybe this is like non-exclusive or whatever but just turns of ole but what you're saying he's worth more than twenty six twenty seven season. Yeah i'm saying like you know. What are we looking at. What are what are you. what are you doing. what if you're breaking down season with. What are you trying to get him. Well i guess. I guess when you put it that way i was i was so. I'm good at math. And so i was dividing a into dividing three times into twenty which is not to go on sabermetrics. Yeah i was like thinking of like you know. That's a brook lopez contractor. something they. He's more of a max guy he's a got but maybe like twenty seven million is probably max. So maybe maybe that's about right where it should be. Yeah what is durant. Oh man what's Durant salary from the nets. He makes twenty six point five four. So he's right. Okay wait in line. Yeah so he's just edging him out with two to six point six six six six six seven so although with iran is underpaid vets whose agent. Yeah look yeah lebron. His thirty nine point. Two two james harden's forty one point two five million kyrie's thirty three house kevin durant. Is he on an old contract. No did he have less like power because he had no achilles. Maybe does that kind of bring the kind of might lessen the whatever say i think fealty i think. Look come. come to gang sports agency and we'll triple that you know what i mean. Yeah i work hard for my clients meaning eat it all. The texts will inch houses. I can go to so. That's that place. apparently gone. It was always like in the back of my mind bucket list. Texas that i'd be able to go to tech savvy but somebody was talking about that restaurant podcast recently and said that like that was only around for like a a short short while johnny tax. Yeah yeah anyways do you. Have you ever eaten at a fioretti. Like original joint not like place. That's been on diners drive ins. And no i have not have not made I've been places from diners drive ins and dives to do more production stuff with travel. Like i had that app that was like basically to a place that's done that was on diners than die or like anything. That's been on a food network special that stove so it was cool. Like you could be like madam in savannah georgia. What the fuck do i know like aside from just local. Although i did i did tweet. Big boi from outkast where to go in savannah georgia and he replied to me one of our lord two thousand twelve. You bucket receipts. I think he told me to go to. I think it's called slows barbecue And it was delicious but Recommendation i gotta fucking remember what it was slows in detroit anyway look savannah barbecue gang. Let me know but yes I've i've never been to a fealty place. I would i want to. I mean more than anything. I think i just wanna fuck fucking smoke. We guy i would just see what that's like. Yeah or do the next thing get high and go to a restaurant that like doing acid if you smoke weed with guy fieri. He's an. I feel like he'll say some weird shit like now problematic but he just like he's just the most normal person were never fucking smoking with your dad split. Tiger woods was good at golf. And they would you know who's good jordan just like the most danila taming stop killing the blunt. Just talking that really quick all right. Hey you know You ever see that commercial with ronaldinho. The soccer player and he kicking a ball against the crossbar across bar. The goal that was fate. That was fake. He acted right roll. 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Africa's most valuable company comes to Europe

FT News

12:29 min | 2 years ago

Africa's most valuable company comes to Europe

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Hello from the financial times in london marash zuhdi corporate finance deals editor and this is news and focus where we offer our insights into the stories that matter south africa's largest media group once reviled for its associations with apartheid has has grown by stealth into the continent's biggest company by market value with me to discuss how it did this and why the company is planning to list tech assets and the boers is our south africa correspondent joseph joseph what is nascar's and can you tell us a bit about its portfolio so nasties is africa's biggest company by market capitalization. It's worth about one hundred billion dollars. Give or take because one asset in particular owns about about one third of tencent. The asian tech giant's that stake itself is worth one hundred thirty three billion dollars. Give or take a bit in there is a discrepancy discrepancy between one hundred twenty and one hundred feet in which will probably get to but one is national today it is a global internet empire built on the value of that stake which newspapers acquired in two thousand and one full thirty two million dollars which makes that deal probably one of the best in in technology investing history very few deals come close. Probably the closest is alibaba which was similarly invested in by softbank softbank nas viz husband soaraway success because of the rise of ten cent ten cent has become a join in gaming we sexual network king increasingly payments nonspecific ridden that wave and has used the castro attention at also the ideas from ten cents to become a consumer internet giant in its own right invest in brazilian food to the indian online mind payments russian classifieds in owns the in each of those markets i've mentioned and is looking for consumer internet businesses or around the route out so it's doing deals with time. Lots of them are in emerging markets but not waste. Sometimes it does the u._s. In european markets it's very diverse but it is built on cash from tencent. What's nassar's origins. What's the background to this company. Nussbaum was founded in nineteen fifteen and if you go to the website site it won't tell you that much about what took place then it will just mention that in nineteen fifteen a dutch language newspaper was founded in a town. I'm nick capetown that leaves and then the next day on the time line is in the nineteen eighties when chris becker the man who would make that investment in tencent decided decided to move the company into pay tv so as a bit of an absence that sir nastase began life as a publisher without one newspaper but that was the beginning being very critical rice ship with what would in time become south africa's ruling party during the national party nas estado itself is a shortening of the company's original afrikaans name nasional <unk> pronounced that right but if actually means national press from the very beginning was founded to spread the message of the national party which effectively it's advocate white-minority rule at in colella minority rule by the country's afrikaner population and what role did media play during the apartheid era so a party was formerly <music> setup in nineteen forty eight when the national party to college in its own right so from that point onwards nastase publications were supporting the legislation and the policies that created segregation between blacks and whites. It's not pretty story. Newspapers publications to some extent were enlightened critics of the regime you know every time they advocated for policies that would consolidate white minority rule but might be a bit nicer sir than what the hard liners were proposing but the reality was continued support of oppression of the majority so bright to the end end of apartheid in nineteen ninety four which went nostra's actually listed on the johannesburg stock exchange. There's a great deal of controversy about how or if nasties is would atone for what it did. Did the company do anything to make reparations at that point nastase and the africans media as a whole never officially went before the he posted a truth and reconciliation commission which looked into the negative upon saint and asked <unk> account so that role in propping up white minority rule all individual nastiness journalists did not the company itself it would not apologize for its role in our until twenty fifteen which was decent tinari scenery of the company's founding by that point nasty was was a completely different company even to the company that had missed ninety four or the company a decade previous sula which had gone into pay t._v. under becca and had really begun that culprit transformation away from publishing and newspapers take one example multi choice which is the pay t._v. Which has not been spun off by <unk> at the time was a real driver of cash flow through the company. Johnny knoxville has created what is known in south africa as an empowerment scheme to allow black south african shareholders to receive help in buying lying says a multi choices empowerment scheme has been one of the most successful of its pays its returned about seventeen times the original investment bullshit holders since it was the gun in two thousand and six so we're not sense balance economic reparations. The face of space itself is very different for itself. African assets is first black female chief executive sir release committing to transformation in that way as well now because of history there are remain many africans who filled the this is still company that represents us but that may not disperse but to the wider inequality in the south african economy which makes difficult full. That's ever africans to have assets onto have savings so bad as factor in this week a cool the transformation johnnie in that nasty dozens of african companies still have to make and how is the company seemed today. It is seen as the dawning of the johannesburg stock exchange it. It is almost twenty five percent all the shareholder way to johannesburg stock index and that shouting in tencent has has also created this discount issue on this. These are some to wise the company doing this transaction in europe to tell us. Why has it been undervalued. All all competing theories was very simple. Nesper as a holding company for various assets matsu holding companies around the world. Get conglomerate discounts us and this is a structural issue the company as it has argued the case for this listing in europe has said while is literally too big to the jonah's book market. Look at these days so it's listing all the company in europe which will be cooled process or lesson for forward is meant to address this process when it mists will contain contain the ten cents day of international incident investments necessarily will aaron about seventy five percent of process so twenty five percent will be often to <unk> showed his all to new investors so it's hoping to reduce that signs issue in its home market as a way to reduce the discount <unk> cermony european investors will buy protests that the discount will use time and it'll be europe's largest i._p._o. By wide mark this year some distance just because the value of tencent it is so huge and with respect to the offering what do analysts say about the likely success of it. There is a debate about how far process this will be able to resolve concerns about biz control structure. It has a jewel class chess structure like many media companies around world nostra's however is unusually unequal in how that structure works so they're all a-shares and end shares the he says the super voting shares at one thousand votes each so it's about one hundred times more powerful than the monks kebir uses to control facebook for example pull if nas mistake in processed foods below fifty percents protests will replicate that super voting structure. That's why it's listing antezana azzam because i'm stunned is one of the very few venues <unk> that kind of structure would be allowed some showers. This structure would prevent child is applying the brakes if this was ever to make investment choices with patched being by tencent the never be an opportunity for activists to come in in a until the company to clarify act nassau g- use the structure does not affect operations or investment in any way. It's designed. 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Quarantine Deep Dive: Jessica Simpsons Open Book (Week 3)

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Quarantine Deep Dive: Jessica Simpsons Open Book (Week 3)

"And Rowsley Good Mary some guy kids but like they don't really dwell on it that Mike and it's like they're panning over her like beautiful life that she had and it's like here. She is on a horse. No husband and sight welcomed here. I about the podcast where we read celebrity memoirs to you as you drift lazily in a hammock or maybe variously try to keep up with your hectic life hopefully the former. Maybe the ladder. I'm sorry that's not good. I don't like that that one was fine. That's no allied. Welcome to. You're wrong about podcasts. Where we take down low rise jeans forever. That sounds like we're pulling them off of her stripper pants. Oh no welcome to. You're wrong about the shower. We expose low rise jeans for the host. They always were. You're wrong about shortening torsos. Since two thousand eighteen. I think we should all wear fabric. Is We feel like all the places that we WANNA put it. Yes exactly. I didn't mean for that to be topical when I started the sentence but it is hot. Take Michael Hobbs reporter for the Huffington Post. I'm Sarah Marshall. Working on a book about the Satanic Panic and we on patriotic at Patriotair Dot com slash wrong about and Veron pay pal and we sell t shirts and we finally got a actual podcast. Host for this podcast. We have been hosting it on my personal blog from the early two thousand for two years for two years and so we finally gave in this week and got a real hosting service that we're sorry some of our episodes one offline. Some of them went in the wrong order. So if you experience this we're sorry and we're trying to be professional. I'm proud of. I feel like we've moved to our our big big head that we're doing it and today we are talking again about Jessica Simpson. I'm so excited. I three have been waiting for too long for us to get to this. We have previously mostly talked about the music in her life. But today we're going to talk about the men in her life. I've been working for so long because we're finding a talk about something that I don't think we've ever talked about on this show a normal ass divorce. Nobody gets murdered. There's no abuse and no one runs off with their therapists. Nobody runs off with anybody therapist. There's no like fabrication of repressed Childhood Memories. It's just like people that got into a relationship at a particular time in their life and they grew apart and that's most divorces it's like no one is a terrible human being but it's just the combination of these. Two people becomes more and more poisonous over time to the point where it can't be antidote. It'd like there's no solution for it at a certain point and they stay married for three more years. And this is very typical. I am very familiar with that relationship path tackling. I Know Jessica Simpson. I am Jessica. Simpson you you get your arguments ready. You make sure that you're you know you're not happy and you never will be and then you change nothing for years. Yes so I think it's actually good to talk about because they talked about so much extreme human behavior on this show and it's kind of Nice to talk about like pretty every day human behavior. I think I have a darker worldview because I would say that like the murder and the abuse like it's extreme but it's also very endemic to human relationships late true there's just so many common human behaviors and some of them are really abusive and some of them are like people are like flailing around and doing things that are harmful to each other but ultimately able to make safe choices for themselves and others however normal that isn't signed cited to be discussing it on something like the eighty seventh episode reaped the gravitational. Pull that you feel is the galactic size of the air quotes that I am putting around the word normal when I say a normal divorce is a normal. Yes thank you for the intonation with the air quotes on it. Yes so today. We are going to start with a clip as we often do. It is the infamous chicken of the sea clip. Oh my gosh. I've never actually seen this. There are aspects of this that were not remarked upon at the time and I want to remark upon and but one of the memory elements of this is that there's like a football game playing in the background so as a person who spent a lot of time trying to get ambient noise out of audio recordings is for the weird noises in the background of this year apologizing for the production choices of a twenty year old reality. Yes okay three two one. Go three two one go this chicken. What I have is fish. I know it's tune of it is shaken by the sea does do good. What don't make fun of me right now. I'm not in the mood to work. I've had tuna fish sandwiches and stuff like this. You and I have eaten tuna like this before. Why is it called chicken privacy or in the chicken overseas the brand A lot of people you tuna chicken chicken of the sea. I understand that I was. I read it wrong. Okay so what I'm saying is that he's being addict right. Oh my God okay. They have a beautiful plant behind them. Though I mean I walk. Walk US through this. Walk US through this clip. What were you saying hearing okay? So they're sitting on the couch looking like they're having an amazing night in with Lake. Bright overhead lighting leering down on them sitting four feet apart on a huge white couch watching a basketball game and so she's like kind of curled up and he's eating a bowl of like I assume tuna salad or something like that and she says. Is this chicken what I have or is this fish and Nicholas Shea is silent for like ten seconds and he liked glares at her. Yeah and then. She clearly feels like he's being rude to her condescending to her which in my opinion he is yes. It's like the scene inside dinnertime and so many unhappy relationships. Yes and also what's interesting to me is like this of course went whatever? The version of viral was in two thousand and three but like we spent all these years making fun of her and nobody was making fun of him. Yeah I did see stuff all the time and like you can be nice about that stuff. I feel like I know. So many couples who are both like my partner is like has all these little quirks and idiosyncrasies I think every so adorable and we tell funny little stories about the time. Both of us were confused. Were very very simple fans. And it's like if this were a different relationship. That moment could be a chance for him to be loving and appreciative an incentive. It's this yet earlier this year. I mentioned that I didn't know that SIA was Australian. Oh I didn't know that. Yes e- by boyfriend was really nice about it. And he's like. Oh yeah that's the thing I feel like. There's a lot of things that you don't know that late like you didn't like you didn't know who anesthesia was. Never a very sensitive little bookish Sarah like. I don't expect you to know that you're previewing next week episode which is deeply embarrassing that I had to ask but their anesthesia was a real person. She's also a cartoon movie so it is hard to say at that point aerial based on a real person. I don't I don't know but yeah you you were nice about it. You're like that's an interesting question Mike which it isn't so yeah so anyway. It's fascinating to me that I remember there was a Saturday night. Live sketch about this. Like this was really a a moment. That sanctuary to the culture and I remember nothing about how Nicholas Shea behaved in this club and fascinating. Because like he's the one who says the most stuff and has the most screen time in doing the most and like the discomfort of it kind of comes from him and yet we remember it being about her which is very interesting to me and there's also one of the things. I love about this book. Is that Jessica Simpson. Very much. Owns her what she calls dizziness. Like at one point. Her Dad says sales increased by two hundred percent and she goes to percents. Go that high. She's inviting us to laugh at that with her right like she's bringing it up herself. Yeah but the tenor is completely different. When other people bring that up about somebody else enter inviting you to laugh at that person? Yes the worst one and the one that the record company gets really mad at her about right after her irresistible video comes out. Her second album is about to get released and every day she. She's like a different shopping mall or good morning America or like. She doesn't even know where she is who she's talking to and so she goes to a tennis tournament called the Arthur Ashe tennis tournament and so she has no idea who Arthur. Ashe's at Arthur. Ashe died when she was a child. And he's I mean he's an African American tennis star who came out as HIV positive in nineteen ninety two and she's at a tennis tournament with Andre Agassi. Ask her like well. What does Arthur Ashe mean to you? And she has to sort of filibuster and then she turns to see and she's like I just think it's so great that you hold a tennis tournament every year. So she's mixed up. Arthur Ashe Andre Agassi which makes sense. Spare both double aims. I mean how much time does she have any of this and like you know Tony Hale whispering in her ear because she really people point. My favorite one is that she eventually gets invited to the White House. And she's chatting with this lady and she's like what do you do and the lady says. I'm the Secretary of the Interior and Jessica looks around and she's like this place looks amazing job. I love. She's trying to be gracious and also like I don't know what the Secretary of the Interior actually does something small hockey to say about their actual job. I could not just be like I like your blazer. She so before we get into her relationship with Nicholas A. Why don't you catch US up? Where where IS JESSICA? Where are we? Oh Gosh okay so in the first episode about Jessica Simpson Memoirs. We talked about her early life. Her Childhood in Texas Her addicting for the Mickey Mouse Club and gradually becoming more and more of a professional child. And into this growing career as we discussed in episode two Walks Nick was shea who is in the boy band although I guess he's like twenty five so like the the man band the band ninety eight degrees and she's like hey I'm saving myself her marriage and he's cool. I get it and so the last time we saw Jessica. She was starting to get a ton of media attention partly because she did an interview where she was like. I'm saving my rigidity. Her marriage and so she. And Nick are late on a bunch of interviews and things and and talking about their sex life. So yeah that's uncomfortable and it's going to get more uncomfortable. Yes and so. We'RE GONNA PICK UP WITH JESSICA NICK around three years after they started dating. She's now twenty. Which would make him. Twenty seven or twenty eight. She wants to get married. He wants to get married but her dad is really against her dad thing that she should wait and she does not say it in the book directly but her father and nick have a tense relationship for the entire marriage and really big reason is that her father considers him a competitive manager. Because of course nick is giving her career advice and Nick is giving her music advice Nicosia. Oh you should do this show and not that show like the way that you do with other people in the industry and Meka's like I'm already a pop star. I know we're doing and her dad's like hey. Hey exactly. And that's one of the reasons. She says that Nick is the only thing that her and her father fight about. So be everything else. He does what he says. But it's only when Knicks advice. Contradict him that you'll push back against her father and so I think this is one of the reasons why father sees as such a threat. I feel like mick is almost like a transitional person between her parents and freedom. So what's interesting is all of these things. Come to a head that she's really busy with her career. Her Dad doesn't really like this do that. She's seeing their essentially. Their whole relationship is on the phone at this point. Because they're both touring I'm recording music so relentlessly and so they break up. Oh man was interesting. They break up over exactly the issue that they will eventually get divorced over which is exactly the dynamic that we saw in the chicken of the sea clip mean. It's basically I mean. This is what she says in the book my childishness which seemed so cute and sweet. When I was first with him seemed to annoy him. We were concerned about our careers anxieties. Just seem to feed off of each other so he likes the fact that she's sort of I mean in some ways subordinate to him like her career is not as big as his but he's also a bit frustrated. She's not sort of as independent as he is like. He's been doing everything for himself since he was young. He's had control over his own career later on they fight about time zones because she can't figure out how time zones work like she's just not somebody who's very worldly can't figure out how time and so basically they drift apart during this time. They're both doing career stuff. They just kind calling less and less and then Jessica's basically like well. I mean we're kind of already on a break anyway. So let's just like beyond break. And so she takes us break from him to sort of focus on her career. Things are weird in that. Tommy Mottola the warlock at the head of records who has been pushing her to lose weight. And basically micromanaging. Her entire career has been pushed out of the record company so this is also at the same time that napster appears and file sharing appears and so she talks about how they're already seeing the bottom start to fall out of the music industry at this time and so she's like flying coach two gigs. They'll just get her coach tickets to things and then she has like do her own makeup in the bathroom at these places. The music industry is transforming extremely quickly. And she doesn't have like internal support within the record company to like prop her up anymore so she sort of left nick to focus on her career but her career is. Kinda like it's a little. It's on thin ice basically. I also think that this line is very important for understanding like everything that went wrong with her career. I was trying everything to get on. Mtv A channel that was forbidden to me as a kid. I do think so much of the reason why she sort of didn't go so far as pop star she's much more comfortable doing Christian music or adult contemporary country Western or genres of music. That really speak to her whereas all this pint of she hasn't watch. Mtv She doesn't know who the popstars even our yeah. It's there's this paradoxical thing where like if you're minting pop stars in this management machine and then you're like you need to be like rebellious and fun and it's like. I'm working very hard to do everything you're told me and I just I don't have time for rebellion and fun. I'm very sorry I can't finish this. Arthur Ashe biography that you've assigned to me. I'm sorry yeah. And then there's also this thing of the continuing corruption of her parents so listen to this passage. I am not sure when my parents started to drink alcohol but they took to it. The lines are so blurred in the music industry. There's a need to be in the mix and so many meetings and events are at bars and restaurants. They wanted to fit in. We didn't go to Church and I noticed my dad dropping f bombs on the phone as he advocated for me. Wow so she's like her. Her parents are becoming these lake. Hollywood pod people who I know and becoming these capitalist bowel rocks are just like into the music industry and echoing what she's hearing from everybody else like lose weight get in the newspapers show up on more of these publicity these random publicity since forget. Jesus what did that guy ever do for you exactly? And she also talks about how their marriage is basically over at this point. It's just a business arrangement while they're fighting constantly and so it is actually really interesting to me. This is still two thousand and her parents. Don't until twenty twelve. Oh Wow yeah wow. There are rumors that her father is gay because he brought a man within like a young male model with him to her later wedding to the football player guy that we mentioned in episode one. He says that like he's you know someone linked with my career's brought to my wedding. We don't know and Jessica says like that's not my story to Tell Jessica. I think we should leave it there. But that's like one of the one of the theories of her parents marriage and their dad. Also this is nuts. Her Dad is also making much worse financial decision so remember homage and last episode that like there's weird millionaires bankrolling her and like investing in her. Yes buying stock and Jessica. So after like she's now made it right so like the stock has boomed and so it's time to pay back these millionaires and her dad just refuses to pay them back. He's just like they won't even notice. I've already got millions of dollars. Why should I pay them back? I'm amazed senior and get kidnapped and Jessica little twenty rolled like non savvy. Jessica is like There's a contract. You should probably pay. People existing contractual obligations like. I'm no expert. A promise is a promise. So she eventually like convinces him. But it's just like a weird move. Yeah wow so her. Parents are like going rogue. I'm here might be a lot of feely a- from Hamlet. Where like you're just like this. This innocent girl. That's what everyone likes about you. And then everyone in the kingdom nuts in like I don't. I was not raised to cope with the situation. That's your English degree again. That's my women's studies minor also and so we get now possibly the biggest cameo. We've gotten so far this. She needs beyond say. Oh this is Jessica says Sony and Columbia decided to make a push for me in the youth market. So during graduation season I did Disney. Grad Nights Orlando with destiny's child Disney down with Park certain nights and only allow high school seniors to attend. We would perform at the end and I loved it. Gave me more time to bond with beyond say and Kelly Rowland this pre Michelle. The onset and I had similar family dynamics so I think we understood each other well. Her father had left his business in his case Xerox. Not Jesus and her mother became stylist are younger. Sisters Ashley and Solange were both our backup dancers and they became friends. We share failure stories to book. Each other up. Hers Was Star Search Back when the group was known as girls time. Mine was the Mickey Mouse Club disaster. So it's like it's nice. It's like early beyond say early Jessica just being like maybe this is GonNa work out. Maybe it's not. We're both working our asses off and here. We are in Disneyworld. I love the opening sentence of the student. It's like I guess we're doing a push for the youth market so I'm just gonNA spend too much at Disneyworld right. It's also who were. They marketing her two before. It's like if Taylor swift started off being marketed as adult contemporary. And then they were like wait. She's a teen so this is also the time when her and Nick ended up getting back together because of nine eleven what. It's actually very typical. And like I get it on an emotional level. I think there are a lot of people who are texting their XS right now. I imagine this is similar. So she's hearing rumors that Nikola Shea is seeing other women while they're on a break and she has been dating this Guy Dan. Karate who has her was the cliffhanger last episode yes and so I tried to structure this as a reality show cliffhanger where the cliffhanger is ultimately meaningless. She goes on to him. And then it peters out good. I think he has a future in this. So they're broken up. He has a concert at Madison Square Garden. And he's supposed to call her afterwards and then he doesn't and he calls her the next morning and she picks up she's like why the Hell didn't you call me last night and he just says turn on your TV and she turns on TV and it's nine eleven and they're watching the footage of this and like everyone else in America there like scared and they don't know what to think and just like emotional like chocolate fountain pouring out of them and he says I only want to be with you right now and she says come home to me? Wow and so what's interesting? Is they come back together to each other. And it's just understood that they're going to get married so there in Honolulu. She's singing. I think the national anthem at a football game in Honolulu and he takes on a boat and does the like down on. One knee proposes the whole sort of very traditional thing. And so it's just like very quickly they move into this like wedding planning mode. There is also very importantly a conversation a single conversation where he proposes getting a pre-nup because he is wildly more financially successful than her at this point. And so he's like well. You know my advisers lawyers who ever say that like we should probably sign a PRENUP and she explodes. Are we not GONNA stay married? Are you GonNa Cheat on me? Like what the Hell is this? She tells him to drop it and like he drops it. Oh Wow so. He goes along with it. And that's the last. They speak of it until later so they start planning for the wedding. This is really bad. She starts dieting so aggressively. They have to keep adjusting her dress because she keeps getting smaller. This is what she says. I had up to my dosage of diet pills and was eating even less to be super thin for the wedding speedy and hungry. I was easy to set off nick and I had developed a reliable cycle. He would criticize me for something small and I would blow it up to make it about something larger in our relationship or the pressure I was under in my career. He would feel attacked and raise his voice than I would say. Screw you and felt like a child nick. Within resolve the issue by being the GROWNUP. Rinse repeat they're both just under a tremendous amount of stress. Both of her parents are like against this marriage or like actively trying to sabotage This is also super fucked up. This is what she says about her mom. It was a new thing for my parents to fight over since my mom always took nick side when he would criticize me for some new thing What you have to understand about my mom's. She's a tough crowd. My Dad is a people pleaser but people have to work to impress her to this day. I think a lot of what I do is to win her approval. Her backing up. Whatever cutting thing Nick said to me gave it more weight and gave him license to do more so this is like gets worse. Her parents get in like a screaming fight at the wedding rehearsal dinner. How God front of Nicholas as his is like one of the most fucked up things as her and her dad standing at the end of whatever the carpet you walk down to go get married. The I'll I'll be like we didn't know what skycap were like. We're going to get a bunch of listeners. I feel I don't even know what I'll as. They're like standing at the door about to walk her down the Aisle. And you know the door is still closed. They're about to make their entrance. Her Dad turns to her. And it's like you don't have to do this. It's literally happening in fifteen seconds and you're writing her like you can still bail what the fuck dude read the room. So she does with wedding the wedding his great. They're super like they're still very infatuated with each other and like wildly in love and she's beaming and all the photos and she often looks back at the photos. Later after the relationship starts our like we really were extremely happy together then even though the the cracks were starting to show and so she also mentions very briefly like the wedding night mall she says is that you know of course has been built up and she's finally not going to be a virgin anymore. They've been dating for three or four years and what she says is what I didn't know thin is that everyone's first time is awkward. And that's part of it and that's okay but at the time it's tough to understand right. Yeah because when the entire culture builds up virginity as this huge fucking thing and if you lose it you're like a giant Gank it's like yeah you're actually putting way too much emphasis on that aspect of the relationship it also. I feel so confusing because it's like sex before marriage terrible like as wrong as all the other wrong kinds of sex and then it's like suddenly you get married and you're given permission and it's like it's fine. It's great it's you're sharing God's love with each other and a man and a woman who are married having sex is the most beautiful thing there is like. I think it's like you just can't you can't switch from something being totally forbidden and described t was poisonous to suddenly. It's it's safe for you. I imagine that feeling so scary. The only way to sort of make people afraid of losing their virginity. Too early is to make sex this perfect expression of love and to put all emotional intimacy into the actor sex. Because if you're sharing that with somebody before you get married you're sharing this hard of yourself with them but then once you've built up sex to be this expression of love then once you're actually able to have sex and maybe the sex isn't that good Then it's like we'll do. I not love this person or do they not love me. Or you're like can I ask for more from the pleasure? This person is able to give to me or from the chemistry. We have together because we're sharing with each other and that's the point and it doesn't matter if I'm not getting some stuff I would really like. Yes and it's not something. We can talk about openly as just like sexual logistics right right. You can't talk about it in terms of Lake Friction Angle. Like like maybe take your socks off. Or maybe it's harder to have those conversations even as someone who grew up really secular. And who like you know wasn't really taught by the Authority figures in my life to see my virginity that way. I still did it. Stolen the cultural groundwater like I personally had a time getting past the idea that I was like losing a part of myself. Yeah and I blame the culture for that. It's a perspective that makes no sense to me today and yet it's it's so hard to get away from even in secular culture in the United States so one of the interesting. Is there show. Their reality show really is newlyweds. Apparently her dad's starts pitching this show to MTV right after the wedding. Her Dad thinks that this is going to boost her music career. Because there's really been no other reality show like this. This is before the champions. The own has been on in. This genre is the Osbournes and so her dad comes up with the idea. That like we can humanize Jessica. Nikola she wants to do it because he thinks it's going to give him a solo career because he's breaking away from ninety degrees at this time right so according to Jessica. Her Dad tells her that. It's more like a documentary. I mean presumably if you're used to working with camera crews you have some sense of what they're up to and everything and like you can maybe see the goals of the production than I also feel like. There's this weird thing really. You let a camera crew follow you around for? However long they're gathering hundreds of hours of footage. You don't really know how they're going to edit it together. What they're going to use or what. The tone is going to be link. I think it's always huge act of trust and feeling a lot of people are probably told they're going to get something that that sounds better than what they end up and you know so much of that show is about like the editing and like what background music they use because of course the producers are staging like things for them to do so the producers will be like well and camping in Yosemite and then like. Nick has to kind of pretend that it's his idea. He's like Hey Sweetie. I think we should go camping in Yosemite and so also what's interesting is her. Dad is listed as a producer on the show and one of English as manager is also listed as a producer. So I'm pretty sure. They had approval over. Final cuts So all of this stuff in the show of Casting Jessica as like the ditsy one. They knew about like they knew what kind of background music they were going to put behind her. And they knew they were going to edit out of the show and leave in. What's interesting is. She doesn't seem to really mind about her own image but she wants their marriage to look healthy but like she burps and farts on camera and like doesn't care she's like if they want to know the real me like this is the real me. How are you GonNa Not Bernhardt in front of a camera crew following you around her six or seven months like I burp dozens of times while we record these episodes and all out? But so what's interesting? The camera crews start documenting what becomes the central conflict of their marriage. Which is that. He had this idea of marriage that he was going to have this traditional wife. She's going to be at home she's going to be cooking. She's going to be taking care of him. Unspoken is her career is not going to be going as well as his right. So like I'm going to be having Solo career. She is going to be supporting me. And what ends up happening? Is this pattern of like her being away for like weeks at a time. Because she's touring. She's working on a new album. She's going on all these events and he's just like at home and kind of pouting. You're not cooking for me. You're not cleaning. You're not taking care of the House and I'm here alone. Sexual fascinating thing for REX. Person to be upset about because delay the reason that wives do that because it makes sense economically to have like a class of workers who can laying each has a woman to take care of their needs and raising children and then they can go to the factory and make a wig. And so if you're rich if you want someone to cook for you and clean for you then there are people that you can pay a little league for that and then your wife can be someone that you love and maybe you're upset that you're spending all this time apart. That's an issue separate from this whole thing of Blake. A wife is someone whose job it is to provide unpaid labor. And he's specifically doesn't want them to have a house cleaner. That's so weird. People have SEC hangups about us. It's fascinating and also watching this show. Their house is huge. Yeah like they live in one of those like big beige just those huge kind of condom colored. The six thousand square foot place like they have rooms. They don't really know what to do with. Yes here's what she says. I was very aware that I was a mid level celebrities still paying off her wedding and not in a position to say no to any gigs. I would come home. Go Grocery shopping to try to be normal wife. Nick wanted and then leave again. When I return two weeks later the crew would get us in the kitchen with nick complaining about the bread that got moldy and the salad that went bad because I bought them two weeks before as if everyone doesn't do that. And it's like nick go to the fucking store man or like. I wanted to go to the store. It's chill out as it goes bad because that happens in every refrigerator and then what also an interesting dynamic you're too and this is what I mean by sort of the quote unquote normal divorce. Is that neither one of them. Sort of know how to talk about. What the real issues are that. She's feeling like she's being asked to do all this extra work and he's feeling like this isn't the marriage that he signed up for like you imagine two people coming together on this and being like we'll have a house cleaner but like you and me together Cook meals in two nights a week or something like something in between if they could talk about these things but one of the things that's ends up becoming really poisonous. Is that all the time that she's travelling around. He's got to just like think about his career everything that she's doing becomes a reminder that he's not doing yeah so what's going on with him like is he not like what does he want. And what is he not getting? I mean basically once the show comes out. The show is a massive hit. The show actually booths her music career but it does nothing for his. That's real why is it's not clear. Like maybe his music is good as earth or like I mean. She's also just like a very attractive female and she's also working on a movie career at the time like there's other places that she's showing up in the culture. I love that you said very attractive. Female you sound like Congressman. Who just got caught with? Yeah mean and also it's interesting to see what happens to a relationship where like someone's unspoken assumption that they were going to be the Vladimir Nabokov and their partner would be. The era is offended and their link. Wait am I not the protagonist of this marriage? A person who's WHO's work getting supported right. He easily could have just become like a dope. Supportive husband my wife is crushing it and it makes sense for me to do more like project management. He stuff but like that's not what he thinks he signed up for and he's not capable of like talking about it and she's not capable of talking about how she's noticing that that's what's going on so there's just these like fights that blow up into these larger fights because neither one of them are capable of talking about what really the conflict is right because you have this kind of ever simmering conflict and you address the little issues that bubble up out of that but you never get it. What's really going on so it just gets worse. And so she starts getting gigs. That used to be an invitation for both of them to sing duets but after her album comes out as well and his album comes out and doesn't he starts getting left off of the invitations. So there's like a super bowl halftime thing at one point that they're both supposed to open then. Mtv eventually is like actually. Why don't we? Just Have Jessica do that. Let's put a pin in IT ON NICK. And the infamous rolling stone cover where she's holding vacuum cleaner in her underwear and it's like the housewife of the year or something like that. That was supposed to be both of them but at the last minute rolling stone was like. I don't think we need nick for this one. She becomes a breakout star of this show that they're doing together. It's interesting too because it's like it feels like this show is is doing all this stuff to kind of undermine her and yet he still is the one who people find charismatic. It is actually really interesting to me. Also the way that she really owned the show and is happy with the show now because I would describe it as like. The show was embarrassing. It picks the worst parts of me. They deliberately edited it to make me. Look dumb. And she's like yeah I am ditsy and that's fine right like you have to accept that and just be like I accept what I'm like and I like myself and people can relate to that however they need to and I'm not in control of it because I've been famous for training two years and so what's really interesting. Is they both separately? Talk about how after their on the show for a while and they see the way that the show is received they both start acting out the roles that the show casts them in inevitably. It's an island. Lucy kind of dynamic. She's this like constant ditz constantly fucking up things and then he talks about he is cast as sort of like the mid Western. Good guy like just a simple man who wants dinner on the table when I got home and who only wears tank tops like he talks about. How like that's really not the person he is like. He has a darker side. He's struggled with depression. He has anxiety like he is not the sort of off. Shucks good guy husband but as the show expects him to be that as he begins to play it more and more on camera. Because they know the kind of footage the producers will use won't and they want to get it over with and give them much good footage that they can use as possible so they don't have to be there every day he starts doing it when they're not filming and she's playing up her like. I'm just a ditzy housewife and I don't know how to cook or clean. And what are these pots and pans do like she starts? Emphasizing that aspect of her personality is weird. I mean I think it's interesting example of the way that other people's expectations shape who we are in ways that we're not always aware of. Yeah and I think we do that in our relationships in our communities and it's interesting to think how the experience of fame used to be something that so few people really went through that it was hard to relate to daily life and now the problems of fame I think are getting more and more democratized and sort of being known as becoming one of the more viable industries yet. More people are known like there's a large supply of low level celebrities. Now there's a larger supply of known nece also wake economically. It's like there are many seemingly more reasonable industries that it's much harder to get into any kind of a future then lay become an instagram influencer and sell Vitamin Gumy's somehow. Yeah you know like that's not that easy to do either because to everything is is so scary since feels like we have more cultural literacy around kind of the emotional problems that any degree of fame produces one of the parallels we can see is like. Yeah the public expects you to occupy a certain facet of your personality may be to exclusion of all others laden. You will and he really when He. So that's why you're doing it until later. And what's interesting about? The last two seasons of the show as they get more into their roles. Is that their marriage is just completely falling apart behind the scenes this wild that she's doing all this stuff to keep her body like as quote unquote perfect as it can be but he's lost all interest in sex. They barely look at each other anymore. They don't cuddle. She doesn't feel attractive at all that quality and this show I mean I remember. It's hard to put my finger on it but I I. I'm remembering when it came out what I saw of. It was kind of one of the first things that made me feel like I. I don't think Mary sounds let grade and they they don't seem to have that much to say to each other like. I feel like that thing really. You're on like romantic vacation that you like you arranged like time ago and you're like well we're probably going to break up but let's let's do the vacation and then you're there and you're like yeah and also the fights getting Nastier so sometimes they're sort of getting into it she'll throw that back in his face and be like well nick. If you actually had something to do maybe you wouldn't be at home waiting for me all the time then. He will retaliate by saying things like. Oh were you on tour with Your Friends Jessica. Your friends who are all actually. You're paid employees. Because he knows that something. She's really insecure about that. All of her friends are also her employees and she's always kind of paranoid like what if they don't really like me and so to me. This is a milestone of a lot of relationships turning release sour when people start saying mean things to each other. Not because they believe them but because they know it's the most hurtful thing they can possibly say there's also an interesting thing where she starts getting more paranoid as they. They have become like huge stars now and the Paparazzi has started following them around because the Paparazzi has discovered that they sell paper is interesting. How like a show that is just endless. Sequences of undoing boring everyday stuff would create a market more media about them. You know going to the cell phone store or whatever. Yeah and so. She describes this scene. Where because the Paparazzi is reporting having marital troubles? He's cheating on her. Whatever so this gets into her head so she talks about how they're going to some nightclub in La they're walking in those security person. Whatever pulls the rope back they go in and then she's like. Do you know that security person? You just nodded. Her and Nick is like what do you mean not it? And she's like that's a different nod than you normally make albeit. You know her. Maybe she's being paranoid. Maybe it's true she says Q. The Cycle I would accuse him of having a wandering eye and he would rip into me making sure. I knew I was the one causing the problems in our marriage. Everything was my fault in real way I agree. There was something nick wanted for me that I no longer had an emptiness. I couldn't fill a neither could he? They're sort of going through the motions. They actually tried to get out of doing season. Three of newlyweds but the contract like they had already signed the contract. She's not allowing herself to consider divorce because of God and he doesn't want to go to therapy because he's nervous that the therapist is going to wrap them out to the tabloids and well I mean which is a reasonable fear and he also thinks that they can work on it themselves and it's not a big deal. Sure and then once they're actually doing season three of newlywed and like it's pretty obvious to everybody that like their marriage is on the rocks and like some of their little bickerings show up in the footage and the Paparazzi is catching them fighting the producers of newlyweds start trying to create fights between them. So one point there filming it's unlike lodge Chateau whatever the producers are like. Hey did you see this? In the tabloids. Apparently Nicholas was hanging out with like some porn star. Some city did. Did you happen to see this? And just because like it. Just dawns on her. That like this is what they're doing right that it's like the created the scenario where they're away from everybody else. It's just the two of them in the cameras and they're just trying to pick a fight between the two of them. Social Science experiment know like. Here's The shitty thing that your husband May or may not have done and we're rolling so at this stage as her marriage is floundering. This is when her movie career picks up and her love life picks up so she starts filming the movie. Dukes of hazzards. Do you remember this movie. Oh Yeah I do. I remember seeing a bunch of trailers for this. For whatever reason do you remember who co Stars were in that movie? Yes Sean Williams Scott. Yes of whom? Nothing is said in the entire book who I feel like. He's like very of that time. Yes right Ammon Willie Nelson. Yes and I believe Linda Carter who we're GONNA get to. I have a whole thing on Linda Carter yet. Oh my gosh amazing. But you're missing. Somebody was there another male lead there was. I can't remember who it was like. Luke Wilson or somebody. Who was Johnny Knoxville? Oh my God of course was so. What do you know about Johnny Knoxville? Tell us tell you. I feel like Johnny Knoxville. No that's the name I have not heard very two thousand two say only time. He's another great tank. Top Wear Johnny Knoxville. Children had a program called Jackass About a group of guys doing Dang Harris Andrew Gross things together yes and people loved. It loved it loved. They never watched it because I thought it was gross and it stressed me out. I didn't watch it either. And so he was like a big celebrity and then he say he transition to acting in he did a bunch of comedy movies and like the early two thousands and then I feel like I don't know what he's been up to but I would love to know. Tell me all about all about everything. Well he actually comes off as like a pretty good dude in this book compared to other dudes we will meet later. Sure I can see that. I can see someone who's like. My professional career is going to be about an giant shopping cart and being pushed off a cliff with my friends like weirdly well adjusted because their professional life has lay mall. Ed apparently she. She's his Co Star. She goes to baton rouge filming the dukes of Hazzard they do a scene together and afterwards he says Great Job Lady which becomes his name for her and he goes in for a hug and she notices that he holds the hug just like a little too long and she's like. Oh hello or luke do so. She starts filling this movie. It's a nice break because she's away from Nick and La and filming newlyweds for three months. And so it's sort of like kids at study abroad. Yeah I bet being on a movie set would be really nice like the time when you do your scenes and then you let cool. I'm going to go to my trailer and I'm GONNA eat my tuna peace and no one's going to be rude to me about it. She started with Willie Nelson who apparently just shows up with his tour bus. Like he's not living in a trailer and so she'll just go and hang out on his tour bus with his wife. Why not? If you're willing Elson. Yeah that's what they start singing songs together just like hanging out all the time. She gets to hang out with a real musician. I know who's like really supportive and cool. It seems like and his wife also seems really nice. Importantly she hangs out with Linda Carter within the wonder woman. Tv Show in the late seventies which is like a super dope lady. She has been playing in bands and touring and vans since she was fourteen. Really only she was a waitress and she saw a band performing at the restaurant where she worked and she was like. How much did they make? And they're like fifty dollars and she's like I'm joining a band. Finding she was missed Phoenix then Miss Arizona venomous world now then. She bounced because she didn't want to like cut ribbons. She was like reading a bunch of Gloria Steinem. Apparently and was like fuck this I don't want to do this. Is just like left the pageant themed because he thought it was gross and amazing she liked takes. Jessica aside and this is what she says is. What just doesn't her book get ready. She warned me. People are going to want you to be in those daisy duke shorts the rest of your life on the set and having a group of people lean back to see if my but looked good enough. Linda had been there fighting for rights in her satin tights but she told me to embrace playing such a strong forthright characters such as daisy or in her case wonder woman there were times she said slowly. I think she saved me. She as she's doing this she's away. She's at summer camp. She starts having what she describes as an emotional affair with Johnny Knoxville. According to her it doesn't go anywhere he's married. He has a daughter are hand. They commence this relationship or like neither one of them are talking about. What's really going on like having these intense conversations and just hanging out a lot and become important to each other. He's her camp boyfriend do their collaboration. So in my notes for this part I wrote Ono there drinking whisky and talking about books because like they're talking about like his Lawrence's and his time in show business and his upbringing. He's from Tennessee. They ended up sort of feeling like outsiders as celebrities. So it's not just a clever name. She talks about how it's also funny. How because she's in this marriage that has been so dysfunctional for so long. He's basically clearing extremely low bar. Ask Her about her day. And what did you think of filming today? And she'll talk and he'll listen and just like no one has done that for so long that she's like. Oh my God this guy like we have really intense bond. And it's like no you've just been in like a really bad marriage for a long time and you haven't had conversation with somebody like she's been on the emotional equivalent of like her constant crash. Dieting Johnny Knoxville is like a Bagel with Hamas and the this potatoes like the greatest thing like a Bagel bagels are amazing and like you're in a state to really appreciate what s she says. This is so sad. She says I could share the deepest authentic thoughts with him and he didn't roll his eyes on camera. No it's bad and I'm so glad Johnny Knoxville this relationship Angel for her. I know wild ends up leaving his wife a year after this so it seems like they're both going through the same thing like they're both doing the study abroad explore something else thing at the same time one thing that is really interesting and like because. I'm so interested in like friendship as an institution. I think a really important thing that your friends do is tell you. When you're being immoral. Yes and so at this time. She's telling her friend. Casey who worked for the record company and was sort of in charge of getting Jessica. Her ged and they became friends. And so she's gushing about Johnny Knoxville to Casey night. And she's like I think I think he's saving me and her friends like you can save yourself. You're building this up way too much. And then Casey. Her friend takes her aside and is like you are being chicken shit. If you WANNA leave your husband your husband if you WanNa stay with your husband. Stay with your husband but what you're doing now. Is this in thing. It's really inconsiderate to your husband. And it's you're wasting everybody's time You know what you're doing is wrong. Because you're not telling your husband about it so you should probably just decide to do one thing or the other and not put yourself in the state of continual this comfort exact of being sort of deceptive to everyone including yourself. Yes after this conversation. She's like all right. You're right I'M GONNA try to save my marriage. She ends up spending a hundred and fifty thousand dollars on a birthday party for him to be a grand gesture to like. Maybe this will help fix us. And then of course. She says like ladies do not do this. Like don't someone thinking it's GonNa fix the fundamental problems between you because it won't eventually nick moves to Baton Rouge to be closer to her. According album there's studios in Louisiana so he moves there and she says it's like it's the worst time because like she's a summer camp and then her previous life and she's seen sort of the possibilities of a World Without Him Jessica. Divided against herself cannot stand. They're also they're fighting with the PRODUCERS OF NEWLYWEDS. Because they're trying to get footage and Jessica knicker fighting so much now that apparently it was a rule that they could tell the producers at anytime like stop rolling. We need to have a real conversation right now. And they're they're saying. Stop Rolling to the producers so often that the producers are like. We don't have any footage. You're not getting anything if you keep doing this. There's not going to be a show because they cannot interact without fighting anymore. It's becoming this thing with. They're both just completely faking their way through this quote unquote reality show. Yeah is it when I what period is the chicken of the sea comment from is that from one so that's when things are going well yes which is kind of dark. Wow yes so. That's like the high point. Yeah it's still Kinda cute. Does this point. It's like not cute anymore. Like you know that you can tell when people have unspoken be with each other. Yeah and so. They tried couples therapy. I mean as we've talked about on the show so many times there's so few role models for adults conflict resolution. Yeah it's actually really useful for them to get like communication skills and the therapist gives them like again like normal. Ask advice of like you need to listen to each other. You need to make is statements. Try to say like I'm feeling this like what's a better way for us to communicate. What are you really thinking about? And so they start working on it and she says he stopped showing up for the therapy like literally. He stopped coming but he literally coming and so. I guess we're not doing this anymore. And so apparently sort of she's in desperation and she goes into Willie Nelson's tour bus like Willie like my relationships coming apart. What's your advice? Should I stay? Should I go what should I do? And Willie Nelson's basically like. I don't know you know the situation enough. Like I can't tell you what to do. But he picks up a Qatar and he starts strumming and she starts. Singing WILL THE CIRCLE BE UNBROKEN? It's really beautiful funeral song and so like crying and singing the song and it just clicks with her. That like wow. She's going to have to leave this marriage like that's kind of like what does feel like singing. While the circle be unbroken with Willie Nelson is the kind of thing that would like make. You have a breaker seriously. Wow this song that sorta feel buoyant. Shahir to saying in it is about done yet about sort of acceptance of death as part of a larger story. Yeah any now and I think you can kind of experienced thinking about the death of a relationship that way. I feel like Willie Nelson. He's like a candle figuring. He's I know I know what he's allies presence in her life. Yeah and so the movie comes out. She moved back to La. Apparently the movie's a hit and Nick sees it as competition so he can't really be as happy for her. Nick be happy and then her and Knoxville end up getting in like kind of a fight. She sort of goes tim because she's not a summer camp anymore. She's like. I am attending to my late. Grown-up life yes alive. She stops answering emails. They stopped calling and then he sort of confronts her of like. That's really rude. What you did to me like you could have just. We could have talked about it and then she does the thing like what are we doing here? Dude right both know what this was right like. What do you require for? We have never discussed right. It's going failing marriages and we're both using this as a break from a failing marriages. But we've never talked about it. What what do you expect from me man? Yeah so the night of November twenty second right before Thanksgiving of two thousand five. She tells nick that she wants to get a divorce. He later says that like he was blindsided and he wasn't expecting it which she takes to be a huge dig on her of like how the fuck. We're not expecting this. All we do is fight. We have been to come with therapy. We barely interact anymore. We haven't had sex. You're at strip clubs all the time with your boys your in the Paparazzi. What did you think was going happen? Dude Yeah which I think is speaks again. Maybe to his expectation of marriage where there are a lot of people who are like. Yeah sure this marriage is like unpleasant and everything but like but it's whatever. Y- apparently she tells her Dad and her dad of course it's like oh I think this is the right thing to do which like. He's always wanted the marriage to be over so he's like yes. I agree with your decision. She has that support. I guess the very next morning she says we should put out a statement saying that. We're getting separated because this will help me stick to it like if we announce it in the press it'll feel real and I can't just like call him again and get back together with him. That's very smart. Yes and so. She's getting on a plane from L. A. to go visit her grandparents in Texas and she's on the phone with her dad or whoever and she's like yeah. Let's put out a statement like let's do it. She gets on the plane. And she's just like blubbering for the entire flight. Like we have all been in this stage of the break-up like for most of us it's like crying on the buffs but for Jessica Simpson. If like crying in First Class and either way you're staring at some rain she also says this is again like very relatable and very unrelatable that the movie on the plane because there's back on flights one movie at a time The movie on the plane is the fucking notebook so I have to watch the goddamn notebook. Like wow I didn't like the worst break up and she also mentioned that casually she's like it was also weird to be watching the book because they had actually offered me the role but I turned it down because the sex like I didn't want to do a movie where with a with a sex scene and so and also it's like Ryan Gosling like she knew when he was eleven. Oh Jessica like we all feel weird when we watch the notebook but like feels like triple weird when she watches. Yeah there is a story about. Elizabeth Berkley went sat in Business Class next to a guy who walked showgirls and apparently didn't recognize dark. One of the weirdest details is she says by the time she lands in Texas. That's not that long of a flight she can see on. Cnn is reporting her break-up. Wow that's so weird and then it's like you land and you come out of the gate and the is like announcing your break up and you're like. I know because he comes from the Super Conservative family. It's written before Thanksgiving right so she hangs out with her grandparents who tell her to give it another chance. Her mom tells her to basically smile and get through it. I wrote you about this. Her MOM says America's couple get back with him. It's going to be fine. Yeah I do. Indeed I concur. It's like the apotheosis of her parents. Transformation these are the people that they are now of like over. Pr Reasons you should stay in this marriage that you're really unhappy in right and also. I guess it's so weird for your mom to be like your America's Mary Sweetie and it's like well. It's not like I'm leading. The resistance is that's really so crucial to sacrifice my personal happiness for it. Tell me mother so she goes back to La. She moves out of the House. She talks about the House that it feels like a studio because that's where they film this fake ass show about their fake marriage right and she's like I don't. I don't WanNa live in this house. It's not really my house. And so apparently she gets the dog and leaves and she gets a house in a gated community in Beverly Hills. Where Nicole Kidman Penelope Cruz Cameron Diaz Live? I wonder if thank charge together. Ever know and because of this is taking place. I'm picturing them all in like juicy couture yeah. Jogging suits starts dating other guys but she doesn't name any names or give any specifics she just like. I was dating a lot like a lot. I just want you to know I saw a lot of guys. I know this is the first time in her life. She's been like single like she's hot. She's single she super independent. There's a scene where she goes to a bookstore. And she buys a bunch of like old like Lord Byron and Elizabeth Don Browning books like she comes up to the register with a stack of books and she's no makeup. Here's an opponent Taylor. She's wearing a baseball cap and the checkers ringing her up and the checker apparently like. Don't take this the wrong way. But did anyone tell you that? You look like a smart version of Jessica Simpson. And she's like thank you pony tail equal smart so her as it down to finalize the divorce at the time they got divorced she was worth roughly thirty five million dollars and he was worth five million dollars so a complete inversion of where they were at the beginning of their relationship and like much larger sums. There's been months lawyers going back and forth and eventually just get some just like fuck it like whatever we need to give him to get this over with. Let's do it so it sounds like it. Somewhere between ten and fifteen million dollars that she gives him to just like get rid of him like half her net worth well one thing. That's very interesting is. He's actually weirdly cool during his period in front of cameras like the public facing self. He doesn't shady stuff. He makes a music video featuring his new girlfriend. Where she's like dressed up as Jessica Simpson kind of like the Crimea River video. It kind of like this is queen. Yeah don't don't do that. But he also gives an interview to rolling stone in two thousand six as all of this is going on and there's an interesting thing like they sort of pushed him. Because there's all these rumors the Jessica Simpson was cheating on him with Johnny Knoxville. There's apparently of rumor. About Adam Levine. Is He in good Charlotte's. He's the Maroon. Five Maroon five okay. This is just like in my head in the category of like music. I didn't listen to yes. Yes and one thing that Nicolas says that I appreciate like on grading on the curve of the other men that we have met on this podcast. The journalist is like do you think that she was cheating on you and he says first of all. I don't think she was cheating on me. And secondly if she was. It's a symptom of a larger issue in the relationship Shane. I love that. It's actually pretty mature. Oh totally and also he doesn't take the bait as an excuse to slam her right because they're just teeing they're teeing all these golf balls up for him. Thank you you laid. They present him with the rumor of like what she sleeping with. Adam Levine. And he's like you know what I was like. Whatever celebrity function thing? Adam Levine. Was there too. He says they weren't dating what we were married. And I believe him again could have done like a petty own. His band sucks but just speaks to. How morally complex? Humans already can have someone who's like you know who really turns into like no picnic to be married to still understands how to behave honorably. Yes things you know are ending. It also sounds like this sort of always. Is that like things hadn't worked out with Johnny Knoxville. Even though she's broken up now it's kind of like machines off the apple. It was never really going to happen right. He was her cat boyfriend. Yes exactly and so the last time she sees Nicholas A. He's got a new album out. Apparently all of the songs on the album are about her. It's clear that he's like working through stuff. She sort of sees him giving these interviews. The Rolling Stone interviews like crying a lot and like clearly not over it and so she kind of feels. Sorry for him. Yeah so she gives him a call and she's like hey holding up it's now. I think like six three six months since the divorce. He's like back and forth and she invites him over. She's like what are you over? We can like get some takeout and like chat and catch up whatever so he comes over and apparently he plays her his album and she's kind of cringing he's playing these songs were. It's clearly an attempt to work through his about her and like maybe get her back and he sort of singing along and being like yeah like wait for win the drums to kick in and you just like being kind of a and she says she doesn't cy in the book but you can hear her side which is just he's doing all this and she's like so. I slept with him. He was singing. And it's like Yeah You did Jessica. Sometimes what happens is you're acts. It's so easy. Yeah FOOD IS THERE. The music is there right. You're like I I remember this. Yes I like things I remember. I have been both people in that exchange. The person who sleeps with their cringely accident. I have been the CRINGING X. So I like on every level. This appeals to me the story. Oh Yeah Simon I feel like this is pretty classic and then also very typically the minute there don't having sex. He's just like Ho Casey around and he's he doesn't sleep over. It's very clear to both of them. Apparently that like this is not rekindling. Something this is not us. Let's give it another shot. It's like it's over. It's got you have when you both know. Whatever was there. Isn't there anymore. Yeah it's like setting boroughmuir ears canoe on fire. Send it off. Yeah and so. What she says is when he walked out the door. I knew I would never see him again by Amir. And that's it he's out of her life that's That's where we're going to leave it. Okay we're going to talk about next time. We only God. What aren't we going to talk about yet? We're GONNA spend some time with John. You're biding his. His personality is not a wonderland. We're GONNA learn this week but I think what are you. What are your Jerry's thoughts? What was the thing here? He always said be good to each other. I mean that always and his that I I don't know I like hearing this as the story of like someone's first marriage I think yeah you know like first serious relationship stories. Decisive relationship story is. This is a lot of people's first relationship stories totally. It just makes sense that a lot of the time if you commit to something when you're young in age or experience like that if things continue to go well in your life that you're going to likely grow out of that relationship. Yeah and then it comes down to lake people being able to be honest and constructive enough to figure out how to move on and these people did and it's really nice to be talking about one of those stories. Glad we did it. And one where the people don't destroy each other. I mean he acted terribly. I think she was also quite inconsiderate to him but like there wasn't anything serious enough that's really going to break the other person as a person you don't get into any rage. We don't even technically have infidelity. Well it's just it's like two people who just for like jerks to each other or few years. Yeah how is kind of the most thing you can say about it? And you're like yeah and it sucks to waste time in your life with someone who doesn't make you feel totally appreciated and six and loved and this about the process of figuring that out with like a little Patina of like weird notebook script approval on top of it but yeah I think this is an important story to tell even though it is an extremely common one. I think that's why yeah and I'm excited. I'm really excited honestly for having learned this much about Jessica's life hearing about you know what does she do after getting divorced? How Shing Mine. Her Way to where she is now and then how to. She arrive at writing the book. What is the industry due to her? All of yes very invested. So that's that's all we have. I think If you're ever in a relationship go film movie and Baton Rouge for three months and if it ever gets really bad find a guitar and Willy Nelson Starts Drama if you possibly can.

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Part 1: Andy Mulvihill on Action Park, plus Palm Springs Baldywood (ACS July 16)

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Grad that's right. Pielach Roller Coasters Motherfucker Apropos to our guest today yeah. Action Park never been there, but. I know Johnny Knoxville was working on that movie. Last time I saw on at the softball game. Covert nineteen knocked it out this year and If you, WANNA know father's Day You know the kind of guy. Jimmy Kimmel is is we used to do. He decided that father's Day should be spent at Santa. Anita track and everyone could go there with their kids and their family and gamble, and watch the horses and drinks Moses and have a good time, and at some point, either that closed down, or we just moved it to the UCLA girls softball field, and had our father's Day softball game at the girls softball field that Ucla where he would bring in the ice cream truck and the hamburger truck and it's just. One of those perfect. If you wanted to You know when you try to look at somebody and you're like I don't have time to go through their dossier. Just give me the quick thumbnail sketch who that person is. If you were doing that with Jimmy be father's Day Ucla, he's rented out the girls softball field. He's got the soft swirled truck and hamburger track, and that's there. And all the kids are welcome. That would be his I need to know. Yes my dad would be. Could you fix Google Horn? Sorry didn't fix it right, and that's being someone who's born and raised here, and who doesn't have a lot of experience outside of the community. That's very. Slice of Americana Midwest outside La Thing to do which I'm sure. Everybody needs now in EPS Damn lutely all right so I just. Engaged began to engage and I don't know. I, you know here's an interesting subject. who likes planning? You know like it, but well. It depends what we're planning on for planning on a trip to Europe then we'd like that kind of planning I'm not talking about planning to go. The dentist are planning for your child's college future, but I just mean like. One of we're getting to that point where it's time to start prepping the card, take Laguna. Seca and eight minutes ago I was sitting inside of my dots and five ten race car, and I was explaining the stick shifts to far this way and I think the seats to low. We got to raise the seat. It's a car never raced before, and we gotta take the stick shift and flip. Flip it around, so we can get a little further out, and you should engage your comfort level in the car, because if you're sitting in a race car, and you're feeling not uncomfortable in terms of comfort meaning. It's always going to be hot, so it's GonNa be noisy, so he's going to be everything, but are things where you like them. Can you grab things organically the clutch? How far? How far is the accelerator pedal from the break? And how far out does break stick out further than accelerating pedal and where your feet are. Where's this? Where's the shift? Or how were you sitting in? The seat leaned back where the harnesses in all that kind of stuff. We're just doing that now and there's just something satisfying. Sure something satisfying about it imagine you WanNa think about it as as least amount the male least amount as possible going to be Muslim muscle memory, or like that should be there, and that should be there, and whereas that is not the thought. You want to be having now when you're going fast, but there's but the part that I like about it. A lot is I just said to Sean I said. What's their rear end on this car meaning? What's the gearing on it? Is it a four forty four? Is it a three eleven? Is it a three four thirty three like we need to make sure the sing geared for Laguna. Seca, it's not gonNA work. And now it's that sort of investigate process and then fix it if it's not. It's just kind of a prep thing that I. I just enjoy I. Guess it's I don't know it's like that thing when you're a kid and you thought you were going to go out on an adventure and you've got a backpack and you go all right. I've got my buck knife got McCain of beans I got my can opener I got that cool. Cup that collapses into a smaller. It's carrying a hockey puck, but it collapses into something a little taller than a hockey puck that leaks, so it's awesome, advanced awesome. It's the beginning of a it's the beginning of a ritual rise. You know you look forward to this, and in that time of year again right so I do i. do just enjoy that planning part of life, and I think you could almost separate. Our society into the groups that like looking at the schematics and the plans and we're going to do an addition on our house, and here's the artist's rendering of it. Who really did that and get off on it? And then once they're like not not interested. Over other parts of your life like I'm the kind of planner who likes to have emergency kit right and it's all stocked up and refreshed every couple of years like clockwork, because I get a sense of satisfaction from having planned for that emergency God willing. It never comes. You know what I mean, Chris. He'll be like Oh. You know we should have an emergency kit. I band AIDS like all over it during their door. Yeah, there's something there's something satisfying about being effective. I think there's something satisfying about that thing where. You're sitting around the campfire. You're up on the mountain camping. Somebody pulls out the beers and then goes. Oh, shit these heinekens. They don't have a twist top. They have a pop top and everyone looks at each other. You pull out your bottle opener. Yeah, that guy. This is me. You're describing me. I will do a walk video. Walk through the console of my car because it looks like hell, but it's got everything you might need. It's got the wet wipes as got the bottle opener. There's The corkscrew antibody opener God forbid or in the middle of nowhere, and you don't want a bottle of wine didn't. True Vr Stevia God will go to a restaurant. That doesn't have it, so this is the council of my car. That's my purse like your Jewish Mother Hillary Clinton with the Tabasco. Hot Sauce I love planning vacations. I think in a former life I was a travel agent to the point where when we lived when we were in Italy. We're in Greece going to Italy during Siesta instead of going out or go to the beach. I planned for Italy I love planning vacations I love looking at recipes and it kind of made me nervous when you talked about you know there are process people that just to get. Mired in the process, and they don't really like the results I I mean I like results for sure because I always end up doing these things I love the process I love looking for that stuff. Yeah, it's an interesting. Thought posture versus the people just don't want anything to do with that, but that process i. Had A thought earlier today which would? Immediately return this country to Utopia. There are two things, and it's all I ever heard as a young kid, and it's an. It's an interesting thing that if you if we just apply these two things that I heard seven thousand times between the ages of six and nineteen We'd be right back where we needed to be in this country. Which is somebody would? Call somebody a name, and then that person would say shut up, and then they are, the person would always reply. It's a free country I can say what I want. When I was a kid, I said that a million times I'd say whatever I wanted, and then to take that back or shut up and then go. It's a free country. I can say what I want. And then the person I said it, too, would say sticks and stones May. Break my bones, but names will hurt me if we loosely applied that if we re. If we've we re embrace those two thoughts one. They're both on each side one. I'll say whatever I want and the other was well. You say whatever you want, but it can't hurt me. Take those to just bring them back into the vernacular for this country and we'd be in pretty. Good shape off to the races who sued a lot of neuroses as for sure, yes Dixon's. Over yet? Words and where it is I don't shut up. I grow up I. Look at your face and I throw up my. Cousin a rubber glue. Yes sir, rubber and glue, and it's then gave way to gas grasser. ASS nobody rides for free. All right from coli. Forty nine. Yes, a wide Joey. ALOHA! Congratulations on. Hawaii well I'll give you the CNN. Headline Hawaii has doubled its death toll and the last three days, but the real headline is you guys run from one death in covert to two deaths in covert the last night? Check A. Why is it the? Hawaii is like where you want the Cova death. Per Per hundred, thousand is like A. Golf you want to be the lowest, but we're up. We're up to twenty two the. We're up to twenty two now. The whole space are Ya because I checked today and it said. To. The. Total distance we've had recently. We're at the twenty two total. A. CHECK IT OUT I. Oh! I'm sorry to per million or two per one hundred thousand. That's that's my mistake. Right either way either way. You're the lowest in the land. Yeah. We're even lower than that because wrong. Twi, which we only have eighty thousand. People live here. And we've only had. Forty three cases total on this island. What do you do on Koa? have a little gift store for tourist, and then also a rental company where I rent, baby equipment, and all that good stuff. Like. I'm sorry. Where is it on visit a quite many times beloved in my family, where where where are you? I live on the west side, but I've I've served the whole island, and then I have a little gift stored unemployment. and. Where's your? Has All your junk come out of China? Since Amazon prime delivers here. That's where I buy. You know high chairs and different stuff like that. bigger. Bigger like plugging. Away beds and all that stuff, so you're buying stuff for like people who go on vacation, but having kid, but they don't WanNa bring the High Chair, so you'll, you'll buy A. You'll sell it to him. In, a crib for a week. Unlike their credit card before they get here, I don't have to talk to the kid or the kids. Mother hold on a second. I'm picturing I'm going back to Joey. In high school probably grew up in the states. You know what I mean probably groping like Indianapolis or something like that I'm going back to him in the fourth grade going. I'm going to be the greatest race car driver. The world has ever seen the world. I'm going to be the biggest movie star. The biggest action star move over Clint Eastwood. For the colts. quarterback I'll be the starting. Now he's selling trinkets coli. How does that any hall? I sell tell us. How does that work? How does one I'm I I mock you and I'm jealous. I was in a I'm from Dallas. That was working in like animation studio, doing it stuff, and doing that for a long time, but as you know in the entertainment world. There's always somebody in line for job. They can place much cheaper so they can. You know there's Kinda limit unless you're one of those creator kind of persons there was kind of a ceiling, and so I've been doing that for a long time had opportunities to Bob Business over here and move over here because My family had been over here for. Ten years before I got here so seed again coming back and forth and. I wanted to get here eventually. You know my feeling has always been. If you'RE GONNA Kinda cash in and take this in spirit, which is intended, but if you're GonNa go look done with the treadmill I'm done with the career in like I'm GonNa. Try to get to the top of the corporate ladder. Anything anymore I just want to have a job and kind of chill lacks lifestyle whatever. I, you know there's there's a there's a starbucks in Inglewood. You know you'll like. Pass it on the way. The airport and I always look at that starbucks, but there's a starbucks in Santa Barbara. Just go to. Just, go work under one in Santa Barbara. Either way got an apartment. You gotTA roommate. Whatever you wearing flip-flops all day like if you're saying I'm off the Treadmill, I'm not going to get the corner office anymore. Forget about eight figures, but I live in Santa Barbara. I. Joking aside joys a great business out there because we made the mistake of bringing, are then one and a half year old with us to. To principal and we got a babysitter. Five days out of seven. Days out of seven. It was the best money we ever spent Chelsea's renting this stuff for probably ten times markup. It's a it's easy money. This is a good business. Right, what do you? Read our in a crib out for a week and then I get to get back in around. What do you figure you clear year renting the cribs and sound the trinkets. It's probably you know also about sixty I was just making. Most where the most expensive state. In the Union to do business in. There's not cheap area you know. They get your tax everywhere. Along the way there's no tax free. It's I'LL G tax, but they get you like wholesale resell. They get Texas where you can be wholesaler, but you you, but you live in what I'm saying is you don't make that much money, but you live in. And you have kind of low stress. It'd be worth. Yeah, no, it was very interesting. It's better than the real world. This makes Malley a wall looked like the real world by the way I I. Did this with my first apartment like I? Didn't have any money. I was making seven eight bucks an hour, and I had to get my first apartment and I would look at all the shit holes in like Poku. Sun Valley and parts of Hollywood and they were just nasty. You know and I was like why don't I would rather have a couple of roommates and live in a one bedroom in a nice safe neighborhood? Then have multiple bedrooms in total Dicey Shit Hall. And I always feel that way. When I see a lot of the really scary, you know the parts you see right off the freeway off ramp. You're getting off the freeway and you see the balcony with the kids toys in it. Can we make a rule that you can't put kids toys on a balcony? Even apartment? It's such a bummer to me. Parent son beaten, but yeah like if you're gonNA, just call it a life and I don't mean call the life, but if you're gonNA, go look I'm my plan isn't to see how much money I can make. My plan is a sort of quality of life. And moved to buy and. Sell. Sell Day bets. Sorry. Ray. Right, right, that's right. So did you have a question? Oh No, no I just wanted to talk to you guys and say thank you for all your. All your entertainment all these years Frisch Adams. Yeah, well, Aloha and also yeah one more thing. You used to when you traveled or when you when you went away, I'm old enough to remember going why. I could move to Hawaii, but I wouldn't be able to hear Kevin and bean anymore I like those guys like I'm used to my morning radio. I'm used to this store I'm used to this food. You know I wouldn't be able to get this anymore and I wouldn't be able to hear that guy anymore, so moving was more than just physically moving. It was kind of spiritual like you. You'd have to deal with it now. Just hear your favorite podcast. Live where everyone eat chick fillet. All right. How you feel about a Bollywood Brian you got palm springs to do. Yeah. Man Tossed and he got that interro. Her rape, Bali will. Be will tell you where movies go. Brian will give up. On the big screen allred. flicks. Before you spin ups, remember his taste dilemna. Some Shit. To. Palm Springs Twenty Twenty Film. That is streaming on Hulu. If you have a Hulu Account, you can watch it right now. It is directed by Max. Barak Cow Barbara Cow, it is his feature debut also making speech abuse, the writer Andy Ciara this about their first full length film, starring Andy, Sandberg, Kristen Melody Melody. Peter Gallagher. J. K. Simmons. The sits ninety two percent on rotten tomatoes I I was dubious. Because well I've been poisoning fault at also Hulu I've been poisoned by Netflix movies there are. Let's just say let's kind and say there are varying quality I can only do so many bird boxes before I get burned. Beyond all recognition. But this seventy exceeded my expectations so before we get into. This. Trending by the way like. Turn on. I open twitter, and it's like Palm Springs trending like the movie we saw ending on on twitter. Additionally I saw a lot of people who I follow Comedians who I respect writers directors saying all Palm Springs. You got to see upon rains. Okay and so is up so if we're GONNA into it I. Didn't know anything about this movie besides what Hulu. How is the one line description? I didn't see the trailer. who seeing trailers these days? Number one you guys know about it if anything and number two. How much should I discuss of the plot of this Moosh? I set it up right now and. I don't I heard. It's a funny Rom Com. I just here. It's a funny. Movie. So okay, so it is a comedy. There is a romance involved. I would not call it around, Congress. We all know what that is. We only have two tropes. Are we all know it's kind of thought of a chick flick? This is an exactly that's a here's the basic premise. And this is all given the trailer. You want to avoid all information. Skip ahead a couple of minutes. Otherwise I'll just give you the very basic. To get into the twists and but so. Are you guys where there's a time loop movie. Did you even know that? Kind of remember I did hear about that. It's in the one line description Hulu so it's hard to avoid, but any Szemberg you realize is sort of in groundhog day thing where he wakes up and it's the same day every day on the. He's in a wedding, a destination wedding in Palm Springs and I'll just say this to set it up because as crucial to the plot and it's in the trailer. His Co Star Kristin. Melody, ends up! Getting stuck in the time loop with him, so they are going through this together, which is very clever twist on the premise because. Timely movie is going to work. It's got to be a smart movie, right? It's gotta be Groundhog Day, or it's got to be tomorrow, or it's to be source code. These are all smart movies, because if you lose your audience, but the premise movies over no one's GonNa care. This is smart movie, and it's a funny movie, and it's also a really clever bend on the genre because you get you know someone else in the loop with and you have conflicting viewpoints. I'll play. A clip Kaelin's got clip ready. This is Andy Sandberg explaining to. Kristen Maloney who just as just found yourself in this time he's been in for. God knows how long thousands and thousands of days he's very casual and he's planning to or how it all works. What's going on? Try To stop you. But what is this? When is this? Yeah. Out that. So. This is today. Today is yesterday and tomorrow is also today. It's one of those. Infinite time loop situations you might hurt about. That I might have heard about. How do I stop it I? Don't want tomorrow to be today. I. Want Tomorrow to beat tomorrow. That's natural. Unfortunately that's never gonNA happen. Tomorrow we'll always forever now be. Today so. It's less goofy Adams. Adams. Andy Sandberg. It's less goofy. It's a little more serious, but there's a real. There's some real sharp comedy and here's some good laughs. They get a lot out with a lot of mileage out of the time loop thing at ends up being kind of a metaphor for like dating and marriage, because without giving too much away. One really wants to get out and one's very comfortable. You know what I mean as though they were dating sense. Smart Movie. I really liked this movie. You guys should see on Hulu. D have it at ninety two ninety three on. Now I put it about. Yeah, put it right about be, plus maybe they might as it's. Not might have been a has the expectations i. what into with like I don't know what this is going to be ended up being really good. It's not going to blow your socks off. This is a various satisfying smart funny movie, and I'll say this. It's a great date movie when I say that I mean I. Think is the movie that guys and girls can enjoy equally as opposed to a check, movie or A. Typical, Andy, Sandberg, sort of you know daredevil, whatever move? Like you, Bro Comedy kind of thing this is this is a smart movie that. Got Genders Canoe a enjoy equally. Baldi. Seven point six on IMDB man. That's killer I'm. Get Out of the sevens. It's so. Scary all right. Let me not scary, but it's sort of unsatisfying. Have everything being this Lavigne's let me Chick Steve From Nebraska Steve Thirty five, Nebraska. Tie. Yeah I was calling to let you guys know. You know I'm in the Midwest Nebraska and amongst all the covid stuff life for me really hasn't. Changed, all that much occasionally might have to wait and a little bit longer line to get into a store, but That's about it but the biggest. Hurdle that I've had to get over is not having all. Brian drops at the end of the news and the end of the show. Feel. You without those drops. The technology to. All explains to you. Thank you very much. For the complex technology to record. The show on a delay is sort of specific to the studio. Physically wired that way, and there's no way to do it here unfortunately, but appreciate the compliment Steve Where Nebraska are you? Okay, because I was just reading an article yesterday that Lincoln. Nebraska is the least stressed out city in America, would you? Would you agree with that? Yeah I. I mean around here with all the. Riots and Kovic. We had a couple of days of of some unrest, but I would say for the most part. It's really nothing's changed. It's pretty much all the same. Occasionally I gotTA throw mask on, and that's about it I used to watch friends at Creighton and that was Super Fun Lincoln. I I don't know anything from Nebraska, is all I know is when I was a kid. They had mutual of Omaha was have the wild kingdom they would that was like after Disney on Sunday nights, and they had a jingle mutual. Mutual of Omaha his people. You can count on when the go INS RAV. Maybe tough I can't remember I. Just sit around and watch these things going. I don't know where Omaha is and then later on there was Nebraska the football team which of course I called the corn hustlers, because who the fuck knew. What corn husks was I lived in any way he wants. You want some corn going over here. Kit opened up this check. I'd never even knew I didn't know that Omaha in Nebraska or in the same place I didn't know any of this stuff I didn't know I didn't know any of these places were I, just knew. I knew the football teams. That's all I knew I knew about of course Ken states in the Nifty Lions I knew all the names. Things didn't mean anything like what was the purdue boilermaker? What I mean like you're nine. What's a Tarheel tarheels? What's a hoosier well on this subject? Yeah, on this subject. I was thinking a bow. Them Changing The Washington Redskins, and mixing it all up and all that and can we do this? The name Redskin as offensive, but is the logo offensive. The logo looks like a proud Indian warrior chief to me. Say if you do read warrior, whatever and you don't change the logo your quote missing the point, but. People WanNA get well. I know we're living in a new world where everyone needs to read up on everything and everyone's missing the point, but the logo itself as very proud portrayal of an American. Indian right the logo itself. It's not what I'm saying is is the Cleveland Indians has drunken cartoon Indian basically as their logo ours their mascot, the the the logo on the Mat, the insignia on the side of the helmet. Of of the Washington, Redskins is a pretty noble looking. I mean it's what you'd put on a coin. Commemorate Indigenous People Right. I mean if you show that picture Max. My feeling is the name is offensive, but the logo is actually proud. and. We can all agree that we don't want a big are on the side of helmet or something else you know. I was also thinking of going with the name because leave the logo and call them the gamblers. Traumatic so the logos pretty strong. That's pretty proud. That's like Indian warrior. You know good stuff. Put It on. Put It on the crest. What have we kept the logo? Do we have to throw the logo out with the bathwater? Kind of what I'm saying is? Can we keep the logo and change their name? The problem I think is that the logo for God knows how many decades is now synonymous visually synonymous with the. Redskins things gets taken down. Quite a few pegs if the logo. Vacuum I don't know how problematic it would be right, and I guess now in a vacuum. That's fine, but can we separate like? Can we not modify the uniform pick a new name, which is not the offensive Redskins, but the non-offensive logo and see if we in our minds we can separate it from the from the logo because my thing is. Why. Appropriation. Are there any native Americans on the team? Otherwise? Why are you using this to represent a bunch of people that don't? Look anything like the person on that logo. Is I think what the argument would end? She's right. There's no jets on the jet roster. Hardly any lions on the lion, Rostow. We'll go to college about the terrapins I think that's a turtle. There's a few. Turtles on the. Maryland. But in terms of a respect for a certain culture, if it was a really well studied wizened old rabbi. They, they get respect they're. They're known as hail. This euros I don't know if I don't know if the Jews would want them on. A football helmet would be confusing first of all. I think that's what it comes down to I. Think we'll you don't have any Americans? Wear you using our image we've never we've never had any native Americans on anything like I. Mean played anything really cool, but this yellow versions i. You pick the person or the tribe, or the group of Vikings or whatever or panthers pick, and try to pick an animal, or you try to pick a group that synonymous with victory or fighting or warriors. You know vanquishing other groups, so you pick something. Pick a viking. For for a reason, there's no. There's no team called like Louisville bottoms. You know what I mean. You have power. The banana slugs, there are the banana slugs and I think there's a couple of teams a couple of Hippie schools that just ironically gave their name their school. Stupid names, just a fuck when demand I can't remember. The. There is teams. Max Pat who re talking to. Who went to school so the Lord? Jeff's? No Lord Jeff did something he actually put. He poisoned Indians with Oakland kits. He actually gave him the smallpox. There's a school in like I. Dunno Nevada or Or something like. The Andrew and it was the artichokes the artichokes. They name their team, but they're doing. Zig goof like calling like. If you went to a bunch of kids and you, what should we Neymar are team and you go how about the fighting Maxi? Pads and you want what no, and then they go. We're going to vote on it and then they as a goof. Call their team the artichoke. Their teams that the banana. Scottsdale Community College, and it's already the artichoke, right? Right, but the Indian part is, that's a that's a. that's a tip of the headband to the to the. We WanNA proud fighting victorious group, so that part's fine changed the name and keep the logo. That's what I, say. Yes, Brian, well, it's a pertains to your example. The Vikings I think the reason why like Florida state. seminoles gets by, and the the the Illinois ally get by you know what I mean because they're named after specific tribes, and they honor those tribes like you were saying if it's. Charlie easy right if it was just like a generic Redskin, just where the Indians run, it's like it's like the same problem with block face like you just be a black guy of your Mr, T. or if you're Karl, Malone, ironically you. You have more leeway than if you're just like. Hey. I'm going to Halloween is about guy. Nordic, people in Minnesota well, you are right Brian. As it pertains to the teams, but the problem in your right, and that this is the problem you should be able to do Carl. Malone and not do black vase now we're conflicting everything. You're doing a specific person. Chris Rock. My examples exploding on my face, but this is the way it should be. You know. Wait a minute me. It's the way it should be so what I was thinking is I'm with you. Keep the Indian find the tribe that inhabited the land there, and maybe named after that tribe, but anyway Steve does that mean the chief. General chief. Maybe? They're talking about get smart Steve. Adam, actually tried to do the inverse of that. I'm from North Dakota. Originally and U., N. D. was the fighting Sioux, and there was a legitimate push for a while they were making them change the name and they tried to change the mascot to a small girl pigtails in boxing gloves on and keep keep them that. That's good. Johnny cash. All right. Thank you. Steve Good luck there in. Nebraska. Oh. 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These fucking pussies out. There I'm at a red light and you start talking about the stuff you say and the next thing I know. I'm getting bad looks from people. I love every minute of it. Keep it up. You can leave us a message at eight, eight, eight, six, three, four, one, seven, four four. Thank yous Andy. Mova, Hill is our guest. He has the Book Action Park and I've never been there, but I've heard all about it and then made movies about it. Your Dad owned it right Eugene or started it. Andy. He had a ski area that he money. Guys and they couldn't Bam so again the keys. And he said what am I going to do with? This place sits empty eight months of the year, so he got the idea of starting an amusement park and really turned up. and. You turned out to be a lifeguard there as well. It, kind of thing, you could never do today. Right like there's no way you could recreate that park today. Way Too dangerous. Oh no I mean it was. It was one of a kind I, mean you? was. There's nothing in the world like Action Park. You could drive a race car speedboat tank. You can fudgy jump. You could go into a ride. Actually fly going to slide with jumper. Even do it. Three hundred and sixty two degrees, sweeping waterslide was unbelievable, and people just loved it, but it wasn't a typical abusive park. It was a patient bar where you control the action and with that in certain risks, which my father was willing, let people do because he gave them a thrill and they loved it. They came back and droves. Pleasure Island. Pinocchio is. For Wild kids. Sure. Yet six fatalities over the parks lifetime three of them in the tidal wave pool. What's going on in the Tidal Wave Pool? Well, you know. It's. It's tough stop. That lived through those tragedies. Was Not fun. I mean we did everything we could to be safe. But you know we take people out of the urban areas that don't have necessarily a lot of experience. Swimming in you. Put them in water. Things can happen. Just look at what happens in the Jersey shore every summer, so we had our challenges. We did the best we could, but it was. It was tough. Do we have Chris. I'm GONNA ask you. Do you have any footage of some of the rides from back in the Damn I'm I'm sure that stuff exists online I mean some of that. Harry ones that were out there. Did you work with Johnny Knoxville? He must've talked to you quite a bit when he was putting the movie together. You know I caught up with him. A little late in the process unfortunately is lawyers told them to stay away from me for some reason, and so I saw him out, and then it wasn't like whether he get on the phone. I couldn't get him off the phone. All here was about what kind of a crazy place it wasn't. Do whatever you wanted to do was really. That loose and I told him it was and we just talk for hours about it. He was he was terrific and that wanted to promote the movie. You know they always ask him naturally in the shows you know like Kimmel asked them. This guy t mobile. must've Kook and every time. We'll say no man. Genius. I love, Knoxville, what did your dad is? Your Dad's still around. No we lost in two thousand twelve. He died in the title pool or just of natural concepts. Sorry for. All right. You gotTA. You gotTa have sense of humor. You run that kind of place What did he do before this because if he just kind of? Fell into this. was his business before this. He was in. He was a serial entrepreneur. He was a guy that just wanted to do things that had never been done before he was in a cellular telephone before anybody else was was one of the first guys the mutual funds the whole cells were still. Got Into the magnetic resonance business use in a ton of different things and. He his real. That was the amusement park and you know. My mom used to say it was a hobby and he just he did all the other things just to make money to pump into the place that bill another crazy ride he just loved. And, what was how would you conceive? or how would he conceive of these rides? You know a lot of different ways I mean. He traveled the world searching out unique rides. There's an amusement park convention in Orlando every year. He go there and he'd find the guy with a little booth in the back, and even if the guy had never built the right, but he was a great idea, my father. Shot, and some of the some of the rights on his own, but he had a cast of characters like you wouldn't believe from all over the world. And they would try to do. There is and sometimes they work sometimes. They didn't but it sure the. Brian was much less letitia time. I would imagine. Well, probably yeah I mean. He decided to self-insurance ahead of the curve, and so we managed a lot at our selves and. We learned really early on when there was an accident to interview the people right away and nine ten times. People say well. It wasn't following directions or I wanted to jump buddies, head or I was. Around, so we learned to manage the process where we were wrong. We pay out settlements and take care of like medical bills. Speaking of new rides I I read to you tested some of the rise presumably as a young man or teenager. How did that? How how heroin is that? I was sixteen, Seventeen, eighteen I was invincible then. But I got more invincible because he used to wear my hockey equipment as a hockey player growing up in. Some of the rides week would pattern but Not The padding on first, but the one ride was the cannibal who that was crazy. That was scary. I was scared to death dry. That thing now max pattern. We have any cannonball loop I guess we're. We're looking at it. Climb up top about three stories. Head down into. Was it a full closed tube? Yes totally closed metal to that had foam on the inside was. But. It was pitch black, so you jump in the thing and when you go down it. You know you you go really fast, and then you hit the loop and you go up and your stomach. It's ripped through your throat, and then you get disoriented out. It was really override the survived and enjoy. You know what I'm laughing about. It just popped in my head. More homework for you Max Patta Dan, ackroyd Saturday night, live irving main way. Nine. Remember that. Yeah. Okay fine. It's a ball, but they're all. It's called Johnny Roman Candle. Let's Bag Iraq's and a lighter. So you would do the do the loop in shoot out the other side. I and. So Your Your Dad? This was like an obviously during the winter months then it wasn't usable right, but during the you could get about eight eight months out of the year out of it. Well. It was a ski area, so he built an amusement park. Large part of which was a waterpark at scary, which was great, because most the border parks on flat ground, they have to build towers we Bilgoraj right into the mountain, but we'd operate the scare in the winter in most of the rides weren't really in the scariest way. We have like maneuver some things a little bit, but scary was like November through March and then. Then we'd shut down then we'd open up really grant from June until September and there was a obviously I'm from La and it's two thousand and twenty, so I wanted to attempt to put a hummingbird feeder on a tree branch and my balcony. I'd have to pull a permit, and then they'd have to be a review process, and then have to go through plan check. Could you just build these rides there was there nobody from the city who wanted to inspect them as no permiting process that anyone have to look at a set of plans, or did you just physically physically go out there and start building this stuff? Well my father was a guy that didn't accept. No. US here launch more and. He wasn't a big believer. In Permits Regulations on I got my way of things, but now when he came on the scene. Rides were regulated by the State of New Jersey Amusement Park Rides, but he said I'm not building a museum partners participation part. FAB A thirty over what I'm doing, so they did come around, but they never knew what to do. They know what the check mean. If it was a roller coaster, that someone would put up a manual. Check it. He would go the Ri-. They wouldn't know where to look and what? It was crazy. I I'm trying to picture some in Max Paddock. Show some of the other the other rides. And so, what was it mission like back in the day? What would ticket cost or early on? I think early on just would pay a couple. Bucks use the individual rides then we have the pay one price read. The, whole thing and that was I don't know fifteen twenty bucks or something. And would. People come from far and wide like. Would people shaw from different countries and plan their vacations and stuff like that around it? Oh Yeah we had people come from all over the place, but there were enough people. The New York Metro area that we just targeted them, and it'll be funny. It see a guy come with his girlfriend for the first time and it kind of be very excited. Hold back a little bit then the guy would show up next week with like five or ten of his craziest friends, and then just tear the place up in attracted a lot of crazies and say you have this park in l. or the Mid West I. Don't think it would have been the same dynamic. You put New Yorkers in that environment you let them run while it created. What a bit bedlam and. By hands. Fall, most You know it's funny that there's a guy who used to be a director over the man show named Tom Stern. who was kinda crazy. He was the guy who helped me drive my bmw off a tow truck many years ago and he was just. kind of a he's a guy he was. He was a funny director, but he also his his forte was, he worked with monkeys whenever we anything with monkeys, Tom worked with monkeys, and we went up to like big bear are some version of big bear, one with Tom and Jimmy Kimmel and wives, and we all just went up to go in there cabinet and have some summertime vacation. Go out on the lake. And they had this weird. Toboggan flew M-. Ride. Thing that was up on the hill was like a ski resort, but you'd hop into this weird mechanic's creeper Toboggan thing and go down this really steep cement flew my guess like a gutter what I'm GonNa call it and I'm a good racer, but Tom was beating everyone including me, and it's because he said he from back east, and I guess he'd go. Go Up to the ski resorts during the summer and during the summer months they had this rolling Toboggan flew me thing I think. I saw some of it. I don't know if it was action Parker not that he would go to, but you roll off of that in everyone had road, rash and bloody elbows and knees, and everyone was all jacked up on this thing and at the very end. It was decided the Tom and I needed to race to find out who is king of the mountain and I just. I just let it i. just let it go. Yeah, that's what it was probably some pictures of us to doing it with skinned up everything, but is that a? Thing in ski resorts I'd never seen it, but apparently he used to do it all the time back east, and that's why he was good at it. Yeah! We had we one of the first guys in the country to put that in It's called. The Alpine slide got it from Germany. The Germans came up with. And there was a guy up and Bromley Vermont who putting the very first one. He had the rights across the whole country. My Dad from him, but he said he wanted the fastest one. There was a so it was treacherous. It was very treacherous and. You can donate controlled. How fast you way, but if you wanted to go really fast, you could come out of the thing you get yourself. beat up, but. My father was a guy that was okay with letting people have controlling. Let them have it through. He really took the idea of skiing and applied it to an amusement park. So you know skiing on the Bunny Hill and go slow. You can sorry, but if you want a real thrill, you go up to the steep go to the moguls ski and the trees. It's fun, but there's risks and you can get hurt. Plights and Bert. came. Well and that's what's so fun to be reading about it. There's articles that say somebody smile to their chip tooth and said I can't wait to go back again. That's that's. There's almost like a little bit of a fight club. You feel alive when you get skinned up when you're going on this stuff. Yeah, it was funny because it's true, you get on this Toboggan it Kinda lay down on it, and you can control the break, and if you control the break, you can get through the course in a pretty good time safely, but if you just want to let the break go. You'll fucking and fly through this course, and if you make it through, you'll do it in record time, but there's a good chance you'll get thrown off of one of the turns. And when you get thrown off one of the turns, it's just gravel and rocks and dirt and side of a hill, and everyone would go rolling down. Everyone was all skinned up and when it came down to the final race there. There, was money being bet and I just went fuck it. I'm not touching the break. I'm just leaning back. I'm not going to touch anything. And I ended up eating Tom on this this race up at what was it must be bear mountain. Yeah, they have an Alpine slide at big bear. It kicks a shit, addio, but again it's you doing it to yourself. I mean you get the you get to decide? Foolish pride so running's. Your Dad now was your dad. Fun Or was in a horrible drunk. Only two options. He you know he was A. Very, interesting guy, he was a marine. It a family of six. You know he'd be home for dinner. Every Sunday, but he was a guy that been a prankster, and he'd liked doing creative things. He was a real entrepreneur. Ater e could raise money for anything and he was fearless. Fearless you can take any risk, and if things didn't work out move onto the next thing, so the accident park really was kind of all head. And Is it. It's closed now. Why did it close closed in ninety six? Yes, September, Ninety six. He had a great run. Get a twenty year. RUN WITH IT and. Towards the end there was a refinance and it didn't work out. He's gotten some real estate deals that rolls, think mark on a crash, so he felt it was time to sell a lot of competition, so he sold it to company intrawest, which wanted to develop ski village there and they took out most the rides. There's a few rides they're left now and little water art, but it's not anything like what were. You looking at your interesting bio here. You're elected vice president of the State Board of Education for new, Jersey, two, thousand and nineteen through the two thousand and twenty. How do you do that? And what do we need? What do we need to know about your job? And how do we fix the schools? Of You know I'm so glad you asked him. Back is actually pretty passionate about it funny when I'm on the quarterback eight years and when I got on. There was a former commission that was friends with my dad. Nick, call them up and I said. What should I do this? A whole lot about education. They actually brought me on because they needed. A guy wouldn't take any crap from the teachers unions, so he said one or to things. You're passionate about so I'm a pretty libertarian. We'd freedom and. Equality of opportunity not. Come and. Young kids that are in the cities, know come from broken families and poor. They don't get an education. They got no chance. Not and we have failed so miserably in New Jersey in the inner cities, but you know when Christie came in, it brought a thing in which is really taken over around the world Iran choice, charter schools, and it's absolutely incredible. What ben has done for the kids in Newark and other inner. Inner cities in new. Jersey in. UH, there's been years an awful about the disparity between you know the achievement gap between the minorities in the whites, these charter schools have wipe that out as kids in the schools or outperforming the average student in throughout the state New Jersey, but right now. Christie's out Murphy comes in. And what does he do? He's owned by the Teacher's Union. They don't want any charge fulls there's. A moratorium. There's thirteen thousand kids that want to go to charter schools whose lives could be saved, but they are because these guys think that we don't need any more seats. Because the teachers unions are against them, phrase I I'm glad this is the way you think about this. I have no idea what your politics are just saw here that you were the State Board of Education for New Jersey I have no idea where you come down on. Charter schools I just had a talk with Ted. Cruz. About this I had no idea where Ted. Cruz is head was at. Although, of course, he's very much for charter schools as well. This notion I said something that Ted Cruz in. Today's podcast or was it the table before day before the I said look. If you come from a horrible environment. You know inner city single, mom, you know all the tropes and cliches right? She's working three jobs. She can't take care of you. you run in the streets. You're getting involved with gangs, or whatever if you come from that house hold if you come from that background, then all you have to prevent you from jail, death, gangs, poverty and addiction and everything. You don't want is a decent school system, right? That's all have it's. It's got to kind of be one or the other. You can have look what you want is good family. Good school system. That's the best and by the time you're eighteen, you'll have a great shot at life right, but if you have bad family, lean, bad home, situation, bad neighborhood, and good school system. Then that's your chance out. That could save you. It's not as good as good good, but it's still bad good and maybe end up spending more time at school. Maybe you spend some weekends there. There are you stay longer in the evening? Maybe find some great teachers and counselors. Turn your life around, but if you got bad school, bad home, and then you're eighteen and we just sort of throw you out from the bad school, bad neighborhood and bad home. You don't stand a fucking chance, so the competition in the schools makes a huge difference and all the data's in this. Are In. These charter schools work in the vouchers, work and school choice works it all works the notion that half of this country politically is against this notion of choice. It school choice school choice is insane. It's like saying. As. I've seen the Ted Cruz. Just had to buy a car based on the dealership. That was closest to your house. You couldn't go anywhere else whatever that dealership was, and that's literally what it was just wherever you're born wherever your parents lab wherever you're single. MOM lives wherever that school is. That's closest to the crappy neighborhood you live in. That's the school you must attend. You have no choice. That seems like the cruelest thing in the world to to these kids who could use the most help, and the notion that this is even a political discussion is sad and pathetic. It's really sad. It's just about teachers unions. That's all in the amount of money. They contribute politically. This shouldn't should be bipartisan issue. It's about kids. It's about the future about the future of the most vulnerable kids, the kids we never stop talking about the inner city. Kids who need a step up in a helping hand yet. If half this country, half the politicians would like to get rid of this choice. It's criminal to me. It literally is criminal because these kids ended up. Being criminals in shooting people are getting killed themselves. Go ahead. Andy be passionate. Think I think we're GonNa win this because the you know as you said it's in, it's in its. They're winning doing it awesome job. There's big pushback now I mean every every. Democrat that ran was against charter schools every single one of them. To be to be fair. I mean to be fair to them. They're not against charter. Schools are pro teachers unions paying them. That that idea of charter schools, they would probably like. They're just pro. Do you care about the kids is education about the teachers? The kids I'm sorry I. Think is about the kids. It's all every decision we make has got to be. What's in the best interest of the kids, and it's not propping up the Teacher's Union I, just wish it wasn't even political I. Don't know I don't know. Maybe we have to figure out a way to stop unions whether it's cop. Unions are teachers, unions, or maybe, maybe after figure out a way for unions just can't get involved with politics because it's just not helping. Ultimately ultimately it's let's get some competition going. Let's get the best schools we can do for the kids, and let's and and it helps disproportionately obviously black and brown kids. The most I don't Mike Kids. Don't don't need it, yes. I think I think. Maybe you underestimate the public opinion. As well as the impact, the teachers unions because there's polling over the last three years that shows that a little more than two thirds of the public support school choice I'm guessing that the reason is because the lobbyists, and then unions and stuff for the reason that it's so divisive as Vice really more than two thirds of people's aborted. It's not devicive. Yeah, it's not devicive like. Do you want? Do! You want choice and car dealerships. You want choice in fast food. Do you want choice in movies? You went choice in vacation destination like we want choice for everything it's. It's a simple union money teacher situation and we should figure out a way. Around it and it's, it's sad because it's the kids that suffer and again it's not the kids. It's not really our kids so to speak. Kids live in a good neighborhood. There's a good school system nearby by the way everyone who has money has school choice. There's four private schools within six miles of my house. There's four private schools within two miles of my house. I could I have enough money, and I have a choice I could send my kids to the private school or I could send to the public school. The Public School is good. Enough I've told you might Mike kids are the dumbest kids in that school, so that'd be a waste of money. Bring him to a private school, but everyone technically everyone who has money has school choice because you have the choice of sending your kid to a private school it. It just be nice if we got the politics out of it, I asked. Famously Max Pat at just because it always makes me mad. When Dr drew was GonNa Talk to a boxer and her daughter some years ago on his show and I just said ask them about school choice. She was a California I dunno congresswoman or senator for many years anyway I was like. Senator I was like. Just. Tell me why you'd be against school choice. Why would you be against giving kids and parents the freedom to pick out a school and It would also up the game of the Public School, which has no competition right now they'd be forced to kind of pull it together and I told drew to ask her that question on the air, and she laughed it off and sort of made fun of me. It should satisfy got along well thought out response. It's not you cannot put into words why you're against this other than. Teachers Unions yes andy. They come up with all sorts of reasons. They lie about what the data is. In fact, Thomas Soul who's now. Ninety just came out with a new book about charter schools, and half the book is just documents of data to prove the point, and it's a very good read. It's really about the money. Because what happens is when a charter school opens the way it gets funded. Initially, we soon New Jersey initially the building is from donations, but operated. What happens is they take funds away from the traditional schools if a traditional schools? Fifteen thousand dollars a kid, your charter school with a hundred kids. You Get fifteen thousand times hundred. The money shifts away from a traditional school, so they hate that have less money, but they got less gigs and so It's always about the money thing is. We're not talking about. Political patronize taking care of your friend Richard Yourself. We're talking about screwing kids. We're talking about hurting kids. It's like the most despicable thing. And? You hear that these folks are all for the downtrodden, and we have a solution, but they run from. It just shows what motivates. It's unfortunate and sad. Everything has a sort of political bent to it We're Barbara Boxer and her daughter and a call on school vouchers into what's wrong with school vouchers. He wants to know why not school vouchers if people wanNA use the free that problem, I'll tell you the problem with it. It's taxpayer money. And it's going to schools. Away from schools, it's money taking out of schools where ninety five percent of the children the country go. I have no problem with charters, but I think to take people out to private school. It's taxpayers funding. That's going there and I think that's wrong. I would just say to Adam Adam. Update your Spiel, Dude. Debate sort of just that's like ten twelve year old debate really. Like. You know. Little more progress. All right I should get more progressive with my spiel. Yeah, the money follows the kid and they don't want to the money to leave our will. Charter schools are public schools public schools while vowed hitters. Things right. The sort of the same thing, which is you get a choice school choice basically, but yes, chartering vouchers, not the same thing. That is true. Either way. Look later on once. You get out of high school. Then you get a choice. You can go to any college. You want if they'll accept you. You know what I mean. There's grants and loans and things like that and you can. Go to the go to the one that suits your go to the best one either way. This system is not working well, and I would like to open it up. Have some competition and give these kids a shot. That's my. That's my feeling, but humanitarian, who also likes to take a Toboggan run every once in a while, and an Alpine Hill all right, let me. Let me hit de Geico here right now. GEICO's offering an extra fifteen percent credit on cars, motorcycles and RV policies that fifteen percent on top of the money. You'd already be saving if you're with GYCO. What are you waiting for? Hit GEICO never been a better time to switch to GEICO. Save an extra fifteen percent when you switch over, and you do it by Tober seventh. You can get in on this visit. GEICO DOT COM to learn more GEIKO DOT com. Yeah, you know about Lebron James's school in I, guess it's in Ohio somewhere I kinda like that, I starting his own starting his own school to you know anything about that Andy. No I've heard about, but hey, look if Ron. Put up the body to help charms, a charter, school or thing. You know the great thing charter schools. If they don't work out, they can have their charter revoked. They closed down if they fail. Kitchens it'd be great if we could shut down traditional schools like that, too. That are failing kids. It also seems like a bit of an optics thing because I don't know about the people you guys are friends with on Facebook, but I have a lot of feed clogged with people saying how horrible this is, and how you know diverting money from public schools crime in it's. Ridiculous I also have friends that have the same ideals that you talked to one on one of my kids in a charter school. So is it a dirty little secret well? It's not a secret. The evidence is out. They have standardized tests, and you can see how this charter schools outperform the other schools. What. What genus saying it's none of the people that are voting against the charter. Schools are sending their kids to the horrible failing inner city schools that right, that's for sure, and my whole thing is like what are we comparing it to? I always hear about the inner city schools of Baltimore and Chicago Los. Angeles is pretty bad Saint Louis like what are we comparing it to? They're not. The schools are failing the kids. If. We do ten percent better. That's ten percent better than we had before. You know that's kind of my thing. My thing is like we're comparing it to assist them. That were admitting is failing, and then we keep talking about is failing and that we keep talking about how important it is that the kids get a good education so to me. It's a kind of what you have to lose. The Lebron School is I promise school. It's a public school and I actually talked to Oh God. The drummer four? Oh God. We're going to think of this as band. Yeah Quaid Span His name's is escaping me, but it'll pop to me in a second. He's the Lenny. Kravitz tremor. Frank Franklin Franklin. Franklin is trying to start his own schools in Chicago Franklin I. Think Yeah Vander Vanderbilt Yeah Lenny Kravitz as drummer right, he's trying to start. Anyway I like innovation. Look, here's what I'm saying. there's there's NASA. There's NASA and then there's Elon Musk. My point is I kind of like. The yuan must part of it like I I want a way. I think that guy can figure out a way for us to get to Mars cheaper and more efficiently. The NASA can, and that's basically my. My, world approach pardon the Pun. All Right Andy, the book is. Out It's available now Action Park Fast Times Wild Rides and the untold story of America's most dangerous amusement park. It's a it's available as we speak, and where what is going on on that land today? Andy Scare is there and there's some real estate development that went on. A mall or park with some of the rides, but very few of them, but if you want to see my dad's alive well, he went just down the road. Built like an adult action far with. Got, six golf courses and spas and wine cellar. Versus ring so it's a fun place right down the Road Cheka. I like the cut your dad's Jeb and and the movie. Should we watch the movie? I haven't seen the movie yet. The Johnny Knoxville movie. You know action. Point was his movie and it was just kind of inspired by Action Park. It really wasn't a story, but what's really cool is when we in his book and it was turned out pretty well. We went and shopped at in Hollywood and we got Twentieth Century Fox. Television and Hulu or WANNA ten bidders They ended up doing a deal with them, and they're going to make a TV series out of it so I'm looking forward to that and. What's pretty cool as other Disney companies and my dad always held Disney the gold standard for amusement park operators, so think he'd be proud looking down. happening. Andy Moldova Hill. Thank you very much for joining us. We'll build you a do. I'll do a fifteen second J. B. Weld, and then we'll do the news. Yeah, you want to well, that J. B well that man don't just Glue it. J. B. Well. J. B. Weld Dot. COM retailers. You can get it everywhere. Home Depot Lowe's autozone advance auto parts or Riley Walmart and more J. B. Well I take break. Come back and do the news with gene of Grad right after this.

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#12 - Farting with Ian & The Slow Mo Guys

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#12 - Farting with Ian & The Slow Mo Guys

"Ramble. Hello, everyone and welcome to a special episode of the smash cast. We did not shoot it in our normal studio because I was all the way in New York at the YouTube creator summit, basically, the creator summit is where YouTube gathers together a whole bunch of YouTubers and then throw them through bunch of presentations and tries inspire them. And it's actually just a way to get people there for YouTube 's advertising summit, so they could show bunch of creators and be like, hey, look people make videos, the great thing for me about the creator summit is that is a lot of cool YouTubers that I don't oftentimes see one of the groups that was there is the slow MO guys Gavin free. And Daniel grew grucci grew shea I'm afraid to pronounce his last name wrong. I've never heard him say it. So that's my bad. If I if I fucked that up. They create a lot of these videos where I mean, it's pretty self explanatory. They do slow motion videos. They always find really cool stuff to shoot and slow motion. And they're just good guys. Gavin free also works over rooster teeth, which I am also a big fan of and occasionally the two of them get together make awesome videos. So it's fortunate enough to get about forty five minutes with them. That's all the time. We really had at the creator summer were just bouncing from thing to thing to thing to thing. So they were gracious enough to give me their time. Most of this episode. We're talking about farts. So if you are offended by conversations about farts. Maybe this isn't the best podcast for you. But if if you don't mind a little fart humor men strap in because it's it's a fardie ride. We talk about other things too though. Good guys hilarious. And and let's let's just Joan right into it. Own apologize. The audience a little bit weird. We all we had was. Hit held mikes. So hopefully, it's not too bad. Okay. Enjoy. I thought I'd like broke my pelvis. I 'cause it was in such pain. I'm gonna landed. The first thing that gaff said to me was did you fall? I met him a couple years ago. And it's just like a dude with the backpack in as he was like toilets meals. Oh, what did you look up his channel like Jesus Christ? I mean to me slow fart on a thermal. Cam sounds like, you know, that's that's like avatar level sort of you know, greatness. He would always come around my house and p really hard toilet. Okay. Hey, everybody. Welcome to a super special smoshing cast with me, Ian, he cocks and my two friends Daniel and Gav Diese Gavin Gavin. Do you go both or both? They both registered to me as my name. So I don't really ever noticed which version people saying, okay. Well, Daniel Gavin from the slow MO guys. And also will you also on? Yeah. Many channels. Yeah. You're a man of many channels or as I mean as yeah. So yeah, this is a special smash cast not just because it's short because we're on a limited time window. But also because we are at the creator summit. Do that wasn't these yesterday? On the beach. This giant hedge? And I feel like I'm going to be is this have you been to every Chris? No, I've only this is the only maybe the second time I've been invited second. I think maybe I was invited one other time. But I think the first critter summit, I might have been invited. But because of some other sort of YouTube gatherings at had happened in the past. I was like oh shit show. So I think I declined it. Maybe that was the best one as well. I was actually really like the stuff they did was gray. You know, the guests good have been to all of them everything. And I do find them useful. It's just fun. Just like, even if you don't go to the seminars and stuff. It's just nice to see people. I think that's that's the big sort of takeaway for the the summit for me. It's always about just meeting. My peers the people that I'm you know, a fan of and exploiting that as much as possible. Yeah. I mean, it's it's weird. Because the creator summit as we're starting to realize as the years go on I mean, I think it's it's sort of a way for well. There's this thing called the new fronts at New York, and it's its way. It's basically all the giant companies that are online gather, all the advertisers. And they show them these big presentations and say like this is what we're doing this year. We have this show in the show in this show. Please give us your money your ad dollars and so- YouTube does a really really big one every year. And it just so happens to coincide with the creator summit. So I think it's it is partly because they do that because they have this huge gathering YouTubers, then they send the brand cast, which is their new fronts presentation. They're like look at all these awesome YouTubers that we have we did a couple of things for that before. I think the first time you get something. We did something another time. Yeah. We had a bunch of people. Come and throw paint on us for like an hour and a half. And we we would. Yeah. We'll make little mini slow MOS with them. And then. Was that too? I seem to recall you guys, we're in like a like a glass cube. James corden. Oh, yeah. That's right. So we we I was gonna say let you wheel out for that. They literally in a box on wheels on stage. The first time they had to do the thing with the fans they had like paint on us and everything we finished. We were just like how do we get back? It was very well that point. But then once it was done, we couldn't sit down at Brown costs because we Kate in pain. We just have to stand off to the side, and then we had to leave through and if you've ever been there's just people in suits really ruined like seven, suits like pain. We can get an Uber. So a war with like twenty so far covered in paint in lab coats, and because it's New York, just no one bad. And they just thought it was some kind of like presentation. Yeah. Just sort just people from the C absolutely tweeted my shin. That was a different time. I was a different time. You. What your shin? I was just on my phone, and you know, how New York there's like basement things or sell it. Right. Yeah. And I was just on my phone, and you know, in England, we didn't really have those. So there's not really like by pubs woke out yet. And they usually like safely guarded with Bosnia of sure that I absolutely cracked my shin on the like Shaath hedge of one of the and this guy it was just stood there. I think he was like just like hanging out. Goes on the floor is point. I almost cry news like text in because always just texting phone. He was like Tex it was like home long sound. It was like someone to gone, but it was his shin hitting this melador. Guy just sits there and just out of. He's always been like seven people fall into these. Yeah. Yeah. Just be lucky didn't go over it and down the Steph. Yeah. America. So I think you could've sued someone quite easily. Yeah. I've just realized that one of the things in my hotel room is out of date. What I did. I wanted to use it. But I was like do I use it on? It was the hangover kill thing. It's like a hangover books day in January. I'm like hell, I don't know when open it and find out that stuff that's out of date and things could be looked at the hangover cure thing. Because I was like, oh, what's in the hangover cure? They know that I don't it's literally explained it was like two Tylenol and some emergency an a mint. Yeah. Yeah. Some some minutes. I'm like, no hangover cure. I'm tempted. Yeah. A little bit. It'll thin your stomach lining a little bit. But you know, who needs that? I went downstairs just a minute ago and that doing like these little things we can get a massage, you know, like the express facial. Did you do I went down there like probably like ten to twenty minutes ago, and the anyone that had available? They were fully booked was b twelve shot yet. So is that injected in your bloodstream? What the hell is that? And they literally get a needle checked you with like a literal like shot like you're getting a flu shot. But do twelve is supposed because I've got the hang a hangover, and I was like sort it. They're like in forty five minutes, you'll get a buzz lab, more energy, and like the immune system. I was like I feel like I'm like juicing hit like, well, we think to offer people down facial. You can be palm read we can have a shot and was places in Vegas where you can get people to come here. Yeah. Well, I mean that actually works like I that was an EMT, and he was also like a club borough and him and his broS would go out and and party in a club. Then the next morning, they'd all get IV bags and plug right in how much does that cost? Like, I have no idea, I'm guessing maybe they just stole it out of their deal. But. Gary that's the emergency into the back burners. I feel like as I get older that sounds more and more appealing as I feel like I don't know about you guys. But as I get older hangovers voice these days, I'm having to I've been times where I'm kind of reluctant to go out ever this point just because I'm much more tired than it used to be. I feel like I get hung up before. I get drunk sometimes. Oh, I feel. I'll just be like I'm feeling like a slight headache, and I'm not having fun. Yeah. What's the point and drinking? I mean, I sometimes couple of drinks on a plane. It was a stupid idea. The one time I had some drinks smashed a few and I just fell asleep and I woke up on the flight hung over. It was the worst dealing with double dehydration wanna plane. You shouldn't you shouldn't really. Yeah. It's awful. You have done it a couple times, but drinking on a plane is weird. Because like you just kind of stuck in this chair. I feel like I get really gassy on a plane. If I'm drinking on a plane. It's like, it's it's not a great situation. But if you do gase, there's a lot of other people that could be so you can sometimes get away with it. If you if you let loose. I don't care just no, no. I mean once once once we're done taxing we're in there. We're making all that noise. I Curtiss I don't I don't lift cheek and Jenkin delight into people's face. But that's. You could would you towards the window or the if you go? Yeah. If I was in an I'll see I guess with wrote into the I'll, you know, I'm not, you know, it's not going to wreck anybody unless there's like a kid like walking through the did it like pink color. Keep it self. I I keep it contained into the cushion. You know, so defuses a little bit before it gets released into his pants and stuff like containers county. They fought pants like like the special padding like soaks up dot com. Real real sponge. Yeah. Like a like filters out the thought appreciate. Are you? Sure, a think Israel like capture thing. I mean, maybe who's full for other people like if you like bad like gut problems, and you're constantly like, Len rip embarrassing. You don't want to have to constantly leave every five minutes. How much will your pants? Like a great deal. Want some there? She work. Have you guys done? A slow MO infrared we have actually talked to fly the waging company about because they have a high speed camera thousand second and it records in this weird circular format. If we do manage to get hold of it for video. That's the first thing. I wanna do. Did you tell them on? Why didn't want to insult? Because when do like, flame throwers, burn rubber thing scientific, maybe there's also different methods of infrared. So I'm not actually sure it would register in the act. On the surface, but couldn't videos of? Yeah. But it's not real I feel like it's not real real not don't think it's real like the infrared like in an airport, somebody farted. Yeah. And it's like the black comes out of the cloud. It work like even with the flip flair would know. So you guys should have them off before you get it. I was just too embarrassed to us. So if you like scientific engineers, if you manage to get the camera, we fall into it into it while you can do then you're gonna be like you're gonna be like oh. Senate back then it was actually called the demo. They showed me they just snapped a pencil, and you could see where it got hot because of this. And then it pays off. And it's cool. But it's not a far. It's not far. It's not as calls napping. Pencil doesn't have the same. Click -able thumbnail as a slimmer far infrared. Hopefully, watch video. I don't I guess I'd watch the pencil onto would you wanna be in the video for the fart? Yeah. Just like you do double thought. Yeah. Like a stunt like just I'll just come to Austin lead, a bunch of those delicious baked beans. Yeah. Barbecue that will they'll work something up inside? Yeah. In the mole, just let are juice talk about this stuff on your pocus farce in that. I just I just see where where the adventure takes us. You know? I mean to me the slow MO fart on a thermal. Cam sounds like, you know, like avatar level sort of. Greatness. I just wanted to get quick moment to say that we got to today. Baby listening makes us smarter. More connected people. It makes us better partners, parents and leaders, and there's no better place to start listening than audible audibles where so many inspiring voices and compelling stories open listeners up to new experiences and ways of thinking audible members get more than ever members. Choose three titles every month one audiobook, plus to audible originals that you can't hear anywhere else with the convenient at members can access audible anytime at the gym while commuting on the go and on any device will always pick up right where they left off. Audible also offers free and easy audiobook exchanges credits. 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So if you guys want to check out some Airbnb experiences, all you gotta do is go to Airbnb dot com slash experiences to explore one of a kind activties created for the curious. It's Airbnb dot com slash experiences. Good hurled, turn experience some. But back back to you smashing your shin on that great. You you you kind of alluded to me this morning that your little bit accident prone. I wouldn't say it was an accident prone. Like, I'm actually quite good at not getting injured. It's just constantly insinuations. We be making me more likely to be injured. Okay. Like, why news the way I'll channel has worked out? We used to both try and be in the shots with an unmanned phantom. You don't always get the best stuff. So we just kind of fell into the the routine of always do the camera, and you'll always be any pig convenient. Yeah. So actually had like I was in the army, and I didn't really get like seven years. I didn't get injured or like nothing happened to me, thankfully, I've had way more injuries from shoots way. More one time. I was in Afghanistan. And I had to go into the field hospital. Right because I had a piece of glass in my finger from the slow MO guys know yet. So like was people like serious like in like shirt did people coming in this stuff? And I was like gloss my finger from backhoe off first video to get democratized. And that was like twenty eleven it was like an early days. Yeah. The blood. Gloss jaw exploded a bunch of paint in exploded. We didn't think to use plastic cups used gloss. Jaaz like median looking back. We were much less safe when we will completely unknown. Dude, like several years ago on YouTube rewind when Anthony was still a smash. They wanted us to recreate I'm on a boat and they wanted us to clink champagne like glasses twenty thirteen one sounds about right. No might have been like two thousand fourteen fifteen. I don't really quite remember when we clink glasses Ono like can you guys harder? Like, we really wanna see the champagne go flying. Like. Okay. So like we hit the glasses the glass glasslike cracked like. Oh, okay. And so he's like, oh, all right. Let's let's just try one more. So we got new glasses. We go to clink it really hard glass breaks and shreds Anthony's thumb. Oh, and such a stupid idea. What did he think was going to? It was a safety. I like seems fine. Yeah. Just use the classic losses. Anything? Yeah. And we were out in the water. We weren't on land. We drove this boat out on a boat. Yeah. There are movies that green screen that like Hollywood movies. But you rewind does it for really did it for real real real. Yeah. Yeah. 'cause they're about realism. Yeah. Absolutely. To is that very typical yoga is is relationship that he would be the one to get injured. He's cracked is he cracked his tooth at least twice in video. No, maybe three times he cracked is like the sake part of this front tooth because he had he had broken his tooth in high school kids swing a tennis racket hit him in the face. So he had you know, like a like a fake part. And he broke it two or three times videos just random things that he was having a bite. But no one time he one time. He's kind of broke my nose and video. He he we needed him to fake punch me. But because the camera angle he needed to use his left hand, and he's right handed. So he swung with his left hand and just cracked me right right in the nose and it bled. A little bit in the that take. We didn't even use that take us the different take. Why would you know is that because strangely the one where actually get punched looks less realistic because I'm just like I'm shocked shocked me that he actually punched me in the face. I was like I guess in. Guess in. When you take a punch him and to take the punishment. Go. I like the Burke knows with his off hand didn't know his reach. I guess it was weird. And then like I was looking in the mirror. I can't tell if it's off. But it kind of looked like it was a little bit off. But I didn't go to the hospital or anything. It was like I think it maybe it's just the swelling or something, and then I got home and my my dog who's a German shepherd playing with her and she just like bat me in the face with their paw and hit me right in the nose. And I think she actually corrected it. It doesn't look broken. Okay. Good. Good. Yeah. I mean, he didn't like super break. He didn't like Owen Wilson my nose. You know, he's like it was just like it was very minimal. I think that's about as far as like injuries. Go. Yeah. So yeah. So he slices thumb, and luckily, they had a medic there. And the guy was like, oh, yeah. Just what abandoned on it? Whatever it doesn't seem to deep. But then it just kept bleeding. Oh, yeah. Should probably go the hospital this stitches, oh my God. Yeah. And then I don't think we are invited for the rewind. It was y'all. I'm gonna trust him. Yeah. We both go injured on our first YouTube original. Sure. Yeah. Dan, broke his wrist. There's my thumb is some trying to impress Tony hawk. Dropping it on his fourteen ram yet. That was an experience those totally worth it. Yeah. You guys are showed that to me this morning. I'm sorry. But it was kind of funny. It was it was worth it. Like, I wouldn't have done it. If first of all it's going to be on YouTube. It's only three ever probably pretty much, you know, he's in front of Tony hawk charted hero. And if I hadn't done it. I'd have had such a sense of regret of like, I could have done it and everything. But the fact that I did it tried it. Yeah. Absolutely. Smashed my hand to bits and couldn't walk properly. It was totally worth it. We went to dinner after he went to the hospital. It took him like ninety seconds to cross the street. He's. I was I felt so bad. I landed on my hand, I yeah. But then I'm chunky look these days. Unlike I landed on my hip, so my side with the rest of my lightweight squished my pelvis together. I thought I'd like broke my pelvis. It was in so much pain. Like just couldn't walk probably for weeks. I'm gonna landed. The first thing that gaff said to me was did you fuck. Well, okay. Smell really bad right by the landing site, and we just basically just walked into and he had fight on impacts. But but I think because of the compression it was like a deep. Within if you imagine like four fifteen feet, and it's like I was squashed like fully emptied out like my like small and large intestines. I was completely like compressed by the landing, and it just like all this like us gas out of my oth- share. Tony hawk was just like walking into it politely. Not mentioning anything like clearly tunnel, the reaction letdowns like she fought at you turn. Maybe it wasn't the nice thing. We actually left that. In the episode asking you. Oversee I didn't like feel the fall come out. I wasn't like the first game from a head. I mean say that was one of the few things where I feel like the stuff you do. I would have given a go. I used to be a stuntman as a kid I used to love throwing myself around. That is the one thing you've done that. I absolutely would not have done. It was like it was like Johnny Knoxville levels of commitment. Because you you basically new that you're gonna break something I couldn't leave much just three myself knowing well, you did because your body left the half pipe and the skateboard went one way and your body went the other way. Yeah. It looked good for very small of time. Right. I mean, even with the phantom extending that period of time wasn't a lot. All right in the country. I say we might as well just film someone full of a roof. That's the effect the skateboard had absolutely nothing to do with anything is. It was a bloody good effort did it, and it was worth it. Because look my thumbs fine. He was he said it was incredibly Nali. He was impressed coming from Haughey himself from big Tony, and he gave me escape boredom. That was amazing signed everything. But way to slam down on us. Like, yeah. How cool is that? Right. Yeah. I wouldn't have done it. No, man. But I mean, that's that's the difference between you and me. I'll tell my grandkids when I'm eighty I wouldn't tell them. Oh, I could have done something in front of tiny. Hope. I didn't like yes, I tried to something smash lamb, and I think it'd be worth it. Yeah. One of my one of my earliest slams was was last month. I was walking down my stairs. And I stopped for a moment to try to blow out a candle and I slipped on the stairs. And just kind of. You have Steph. No, no, no. Had house. Mike handles. Yes. I live in a castle. Yeah. He's been staying winter fellow. Well. Well, there's there's a candle on kind of like this little like consul sort of thing that I had next to the stairs. And I was like oh shit kindle because you know, you don't wanna leave a candle burning in a room. And so I turned for a moment to blow it out but my lower half. My body was like what are you doing? And just I missed something. And then I just proceeded to have the most pathetic fall down there. We're just like. Like down the side of me. I had the gnarliest bruise on on my hip anyone in the house? No, I was I was all alone, which was which no one could even see it either. No one even witnessed it. But the scariest thing is like, yeah. What if I what if I broke my hip, nobody else's? They're like, what am I gonna do? Call nine one one as as an American though, I'm afraid to call nine one one because ambulances aren't free. A looks so bad. It's like you really don't wanna get hurt. Even if you've got insurance and everything is still going to cost you money. And also you like is it worth it? Like, it's a real thing risk risen in England. I'm so glad to just be able to just be like, well, yeah. Obviously, I can just go to the hospital. Yeah. I for the first time in the US and a nine hundred dollar Bill just for that. Like, Lila in the emergency room stuff. So I was like a surprise. Hey, you know, that's just the cost of freedom. Welcome to our country. Now, I definitely get. Why why there's the cliche of like old people falling downstairs and breaking their hips. I totally get it now. And now whenever I walked down my stairs. I'm like careful more careful now, let's did you get carpet burn. It was really painful. We'll know there would would stay was nice slid all the way you want cushioning of a little bit. I think burns pretty bad. I wasn't naked. Have copied them one time and. Kid, probably. Probably true. We had a naked incident we bitcon once we did. Yeah. Yeah. We went to bitcoin. We I live in Austin. He lives in England. So we usually meet we only really see each other these kind of events. I got I got to con- really late. It was always in Anaheim. Right. That's why they do it got to the hotel. It was like one AM because I was shooting that day. So I took the latest possible flight I didn't realize they put in the same room. And neither did he. The knocking. So I see him as my room and the light from the hallway comes into the room directly onto his anus. Almost like it was like I sleep completely naked. And I was turned over a my my chocolate staff, which was pointing directly at the door directly the door. Just see Gavin walk in this beam of light up my arse. This like slender slenda Amman shadow figure in the door. Like, ooh. Were you sleeping on top of your bed? Like a bite. The covers it was. Yeah. It was hot. It was. It was it was warm. I mean, I certainly don't sleep with that sleep without boxes on. It was it was so shocking. What I I had like a split second. Where I didn't think it was you. Because I always wrestling. By you'll cornhole with that. Make it worse. Obey. If it was someone else because. I never again, right? Someone else. Yeah. Because I could have put the whole thing behind me and just gone and found my showroom him out of my room. To figure out and then go to bed next to you. Two. Okay. Give that within the with Anthony that. No, the only. Yeah. No. Luckily, because usually if your roommates somebody for at least a year, it's highly likely you've seen their genitals. Yes. Did you guys ever live together? Okay. I've seen his genitals discuss he refuses to be careful. Yeah. It's true. I've also never seen yours. I think no. I'm very web boxes. He he loves to brag about the fact that he would always come around my house and p really hard toilet. What I'd like this tiny little toilet veteran. And he would make sure like it here. So he would just put the lid up and then just like. I was trying to like us the whole in the back of the and I just knew him for like just peeing really hot. So he's like take videos of him. Just we went out for an Indian ones. He was there the Urano urinal. He was just filming his stream really like forcing like film like the stream really hard. So it's just like somebody of just a stream of piss, but what it was in the weed period where the iphone screen was kind of like full by three it wasn't wide screen yet. But the video was wide screen. So basically what you could do on iphone, then is you would double tab, and it would slightly zoom out because it would buy. Oh, I know the framing size zoomed out. And I was like the tip of your penis. No. Just just the tip. I was like, no, you're framing, Dan. This is seven twenty PD drunk at the time. Drunk. I mean, if I hadn't seemed out impeccable framing, thank you. Wow. So just that is why I've seen it's junk. Okay. Yeah. I had a gamma cross country team. We call them the vortex because he likes to run ahead of everyone. And then take his pants down and show us his ass. And we call them the vortex because his entire address was covered in hair swell yet and all sort of swirled towards the anus. Wow. Do you think if he was in another hemisphere, go the other way? Australia. Yeah. Kind of be going out. Yeah. Do you think he knows is heroin us? Does that never really see your own off that much? Staement generally like look at my own office. Like, I don't really know. What it looks like he knows the night. Do what my office looks like I've seen it from an angle that you could never possibly, and that's like some sort of elaborate wreaked mirrors sort of situation going on being every would. So you guys have been every single creator summit. So being that this is my second time I've seen I've noticed a theme. They do Acuna. With Susan Gysky, probably cancel Robert cancel and their head of some of the some of the top guy, and they open it up for short QNA to these sort of top creators, and you know. Youtube creators are not always happy with the platform. So it usually just turns into just a just a mess. Yeah. Well, it's it's like the because I'm always pretty quiet those I've never stood up to ask anything. Just because I don't want people to look at me because I'm scared, but a lot of people don't have that fear, and they'll ask a question, and they'll get response. And then and then it ends up just being like a room full of two hundred people conversation just watching conversation that is clearly like we should move on and go to other questions this no sense of like, I should finish this seven part question. Which is interesting. Yeah. This one I just kept asking questions they let constantly there was like five minutes. Probably. Yeah. And there's like people raising their hands like waiting like trying to be polite. And then the guy was yeah. But what? But what about this? What about this? And it's like dude, can you please? Just and then you've got other people raising the hands. But then someone else will just get the other Mike and awesome expert is very. Like, but it's like people have strong opinions which. Based income around this platform, so important I would like to see the difference between the European version of that and the like the different cultural differences. I me I feel like the atmosphere will be slightly different on that people wouldn't be acting that necessarily do you know, what I mean to see the difference? Yeah. I've only gone to the very confident North American one. Yeah. You gotta go the really repressed UK one like sorry, excuse me. Excuse. Okay. CPM's crap. It's just crazy that we actually get an audience with the heads of YouTube, which is one of the largest online platforms in the world. And and then it just kind of bugs me like we can ask them whatever we want. This is our opportunity and then somebody's like. So like, I uploaded a video and like it didn't go out to like all my subscribers and like well. You know, like the subscribe button and the bell. But what's the deal with that? As I can we can we just like go a little bigger picture. Maybe like can we ask a question that hasn't been asked before? To the point where like someone stepping in. Just like, can you just Email me the Lincoln like while? We'll look at it. Let's talk about this afterwards. They do get blasted up there. And I feel bad for him because they don't like pre. There are some pre written questions. But a lot of them are just like people just standing up in kinda yelling. So I feel bad for them in that regard. But they handle themselves. Pretty well. They're very. In there in there in the CEO position and CBO for reason, there's no filter. There's no one offering them. What the question they're gonna ask first to make sure it's a good question. Right. So it could be anything. There should be someone like filtering out the questions. I and be like you can also that question is a good question. Because some of them are right. Yes. Some good ones. I also feel like they kind of build the room up a look, and I guess there's there's a law of subscribers in the room and a lot of us in the room. But if all those people are gone that's still be a ton of it's still perfectly functional platform like to do this event. That's always that's why appreciate that's why come on. That's always been my take like I think there's there's a little bit of entitlement from some of the people that come to these things. And it's like, look you could you could get rid of everyone in this room. And it would be a drop in the bucket for all of you to think you would be fine. Yeah. She would be totally fine. And that's one of the questions that I wanted to ask them. I'm like, look, I like thank you so much for inviting us here, but like you don't really need us. So why why are you throwing this for us? Like, what what are you getting out of this other than us being like, you're you're you suck? Sunny tone us like they do need us like June. I mean, they're like, oh, yeah. You guys this? And it's like I feel like I don't believe that definitely like takes effect some people. Yeah. Yeah. I it's interesting to see the entitlement that some people get the real estate people who dislike we're just happy to be here. It's like we're glad that platform exists still. Yeah. Which is that's for sure. Yeah. It's strange. I mean, the one the one good question that was asked. I thought was the issue of children on YouTube. That's always kind of been a weird thing for me like child labor like should a seven year old child be put on YouTube videos and worked day in day out for their parents YouTube channel, and I'm always like super sketchy about that. But how do you how do you police that? I feel like when they were talking about the only way I could see it being one hundred percent good all the time. Is this like an additional application where you actually get like investigated where these are the working conditions is if you adopt a pet they come and see if it's like Kennecott live here and stuff or up to child that'd be very well. Yeah. Yeah. Then those responsibility is that like do you like with with acting with child actors, you know, you can only work certain number of hours a day. There's a student teacher there the has to like. Make sure that the kid is still studying, and and taking classes and all the stuff, and there's there's a lot of regulation over that. So when it comes to YouTube apparent could potentially be taking their kid out of school and just filming a bunch of YouTube videos, and essentially fucking this kid's life for the benefit of their own wallet. I feel like a like any of these things when something new comes along legislation takes time to catch up to it afterwards. So things like drones or weather like those like a free fool, and then legislation kicks in off to its thing. When when when it comes to light that there's a problem, then it catches up. I feel like that's probably what's going to happen. I don't know how quickly it's going to happen because it takes time. And this probably a sense of that in the parents were telling we've hit some gold hair, we need to get it all now. Yeah. This kid and the kid ends up getting. Yeah. It's this really sad. But like, you know, how you can. Gonna enforce is like difficult is also if you on the level of the kid doesn't really have a choice at a young age on whether. This. There's no consent really know. So it's like this. This like giving your parent or guardian if he's the parental guardian in this making you do it in the first place. It's like do you? Yeah. Kid might grow up to be like super embarrassed it ministers online, and they they may never have had control of the channel themselves it which is and it's just been around so long now that there was some people on stage today in high school. And when they grow up they wanted to be a YouTube now, the hearers Chiba could talk creator, someone said that your video the first video I saw you. Yeah. So you've influenced people who would children and are now here with us nother full grown adults. Well, full grown adult. That was the that was one of the youtuber apps that was up there saying that she was like, yeah. Watching thing. Like, oh now, you're telling us now, you're like working for the company and saying like what we can or can't do. Yeah. It's just weird, man. The the children's stuff is just strange and then the highest grossing YouTube channel right now is Ryan toys review, not not Ryan's toy review. Ryan toys review, I think he's nine now or seventy but from everything that I've heard his dad actually does a really good job of of being like, look if you don't want to do anything, we don't do it. And he actually his dad was here and kind of spoke to it. And he said, he only works five hours a week on YouTube, and we have a way that if he wants to change anything or he's not excited about that. We can easily change. Yeah. Whatever putting good stuff into effect because I assume under very high scrutiny being at the level. There because I'm a good point actually met him a couple of years ago. And it's just like a dude with a backpack in Tocqueville's. Oh, what did you look channel? I was like cheese Christ views on these videos, their most viewed video has more than our whole channel library combined. Yeah, they have one video that has one point one billion one point eight one point eight I think we're at one point seven for a whole channel like nine years. Yeah. Which and then you scroll down it's like nine hundred and fifty million eight hundred ninety million. Gami like millions of used as the channel hav is like one thousand nine billion Twenty-nine billion my God. Yeah. That's it billion like several months insane. It's absolutely insane. And he's he's like, you would never know it by being like, I looked it up expecting meal. A lot of people here. And I'm like, honestly, I don't know ninety percent of the people here 'cause and it's nice to me and learn, and I always look channels and that one I was only good God. That's insane. Just quietly existing amongst. Yeah. I didn't know anything about the channel. Then gaveling. No to me. And just showed me some the stats was talking. I was like what what the hell. Yeah. I think the estimate was that they they make something like thirteen million dollars a year. But now, but now they have a TV show. They have toys. Stores lines on target and stuff. I couldn't believe it. They have store toys and everything. So yeah, it's it's probably quite a bit more than that. So for them, man. Very good for that. The thing about the kid though is with a channel like saying that high profile is going to be scrutinized. Yeah. But then which is kind of good because it stops any one from exploiting the child to such a degree that they become the successor Johnny because then they would be scrutinized and there'd be a check this place. That's a hope. I just hope there's not like these sort of like lower sort of YouTubers that are just grinding the shit out of their kids in the hopes that, you know, they'll get somewhere like, I don't know like I not fan, but I wouldn't do it. I mean that was an arrest recently for a mother and a son for put basically putting their youngest kids through that a rigorous shooting schedule and light locking them in closets when they wouldn't do I honestly think it's going to it's going to take. I mean, how it always is legislation is going to take somebody dying to to actually get something through. So we really covered. I think I think we're running up on time. Unfortunately, I guess one last question if you had somebody told you that you were going to die the next day, but you had to film one more slow MO video. What would that slow motion video beat it probably be the death? Yeah. I like jump off a building. All going to be like like if it was like probably prepare and be like what time we're gonna talk Tamar his how landmines work. Yeah. God just a minute before. Anyway, I do that. Okay. Just do that. It'd be like. That's better than just croaking it gifts. I'm trying to think of what in my dream list of stuff that the fart. Yeah. Definitely. This. That's what you do. One day left on the planet. Yeah. That'd be brilliant. I slow mode Gulf last puff of life. Death rattle. All right. Well, Daniel, Dan and Gavin Gav. Thank you so much for coming. Thanks. Thank you. Well know does it for that podcast. Thank you again to Gavin and Daniel awesome guys love talking about farts at them. One more thing. I wanted to say we just dropped our first ever clothing line. You guys check it out right now smashed up store. We got a hoodie. We got T shirt. We got water bottle. We got hat who we got. We. You're my favorite pizza place shirt for all you people out there that have been begging for for more of that. So it's it's really cool. I think the hoodie is so freaking awesome. It's like it's sort of cool tie-dye situation. And I'm really excited to see how how this does. And I'm really excited to see you guys wearing this stuff. 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05-26-2021

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05-26-2021

"Called the chris show at five one three eight one. Three seventy nine seventy nine. Who now we're talking about. Some friends just had a baby just had a baby to friends. That are They're they're younger. She just turned thirty so they're pretty used to go out and do whatever they want. And this and that. And i'm like new. Yeah that's kind of old school and you think about it because our parents i know my my mom was pregnant. Twenty yeah to do so. It's i mean my. I was a junior. Oh my dad was a senior. I but yeah. That's the old school because think about. If she just turned thirty she'll be fifty when her kids twenty. That's awesome l- because we go like our program director bo. His kids are going to college and he nestor. He's younger than me. Up forty seven. I think he's forty five. Maybe i got a couple of friends who their kids. They're getting ready to well. yeah. I think they've already left because last year in college form and i'm like so you hit reset at fifty. Which is i mean. Basically what i've been doing ever since i was eighteen is just doing that. Yeah i mean windows closing. I i look back now and i think if i started at twenty i would still be. I mean i couldn't travel that stuff. Like i did so i'd have no if i had to go on with my career. More and more than likely to kids would would have stayed in one town. Which if i was twenty would been syracuse there. Toss twenty five so i probably have. You probably still be there be still be there have really hardly any relationship with my kids and you wouldn't have gone to all the places and made all the connections that you did. I know we had this conversation before. And i asked you. Would you been as carefree with your career with your life if you had kids in your early twenties you like. There's no way. I go no because like if i had kids i would have to worry about having insurance and a job. That's where where it was like. Male whole thing was like well. What's the worst that can happen like if fired. Who cares and you're only taking care of yourself so then you're like okay. I'll just see what happens here. Housewife and that was my whole life was like well. Let's see what happens but it was great because you just like if it doesn't work out a go someplace else. Which is that's what radio is. Yeah we'll just see us. Don't work out the goes thing you can do is to figure out yourself. Go on the air and just go. Well let's see. Did he go for. I guess it's working. Yeah then when you get called the next morning come in early. You go okay. Well that one didn't work out. That was it. where before. When you have children and stuff and a family and a mortgage all grownup stuff you go that man. It's not worth it. But also it also makes you think back like of things have done in the past on the radio where i cringe and i got that why you know what i mean. Like what it's like most of it. I would go on the air and do it. Because i would think they're not gonna want me to do this so i'm going to do it in reality. If i didn't do it. Who would have known. That was even a thought. Well exactly was like stretching stretching your legs growing pains like you had to. You're questioning yourself going. Yeah should i tell her. i'll do it. Yeah like i mean there's a An an our company just like another morning. Show that i talk to that. I i guess they requested to work with me. You know what. I mean like the talk and they'll hit me up with stuff and i'm like i don't know it's edgy. Stuff is just not worth that you know why bother like one of them was was smoking pot on the air. Why was a bit they wanted to do. And i said because the guy has never done it. And i said well i'll i you've got to find out what what the rule is in the building. You don't want to be doing that in the building. 'cause you're giving them a reason to clip you. You know what i mean. You don't wanna do that. Don't don't if you're going to do it do it off seen exactly. Yeah okay you don't you don't put don't embarrass the management and stuff shoot you and this probably just comes with age. When you're thinking like that why would you don't live on the air. There's too many things that could possibly go wrong will. Yeah you're on. The air caller. Hello hey man you guys are just talking about how you could live your life care for even for kids and stuff like that as far as jobs and man. That's not the true. Saying i used to landscape before my daughter came. And just kinda live for myself. Live the party all my money. Was you know for me. Yeah yeah that you know if you if you did landscape and you probably offer the winter right. Yeah we offer the winner. We're trying to stay busy. But there was definitely a a two month low there where nothing going on. But when you're single you're like cool a few months awful never family. I got damn. I'm going to find something else to do to fill this gap definitely. I mean it was like it was kinda weird man. It's you know as soon as she said that she was pregnant. I was like oh the cliff. Switch off my head. And i was like i got the job. Good thing because a lot of guys. Ed girls don't have that switch and they tried to do both worlds. How old are you. I am twenty twenty Just turned twenty. When did you. When did you have your kid When i was twenty just twenty seven. Th birthday okay. you're on your way to work now and Yeah and when you get home. You feel really energize. You can't wait to get that child like i did. Landscaping for two days. After i got fired at syracuse and i remember just being toast. You're up early like that's nothing. I was up early the whole time. When i was on radio that you're actually doing stuff and i would get home at seven o'clock seven thirty at night and all you do is just get in the bath and soak and get up and go right to the head and then i remember telling to the guy that owned the place. I was like look man. I i have to get my tapes out. Yeah i can't i can't. There's no time to do anything and this is horrible. So i actually. I used to cut grass with my best friend and we live together down the clifton and that was that was our everyday. Wake up at six. Thirty go cut grass about about thirty thirty five yards a day. Get get off work. And then we'd go straight to the gym and work out for another two hours. Yeah 'cause i detail their time doing everything we worked so hard to get girls and then we ruin our lives by getting girls thing the one thing that you spend your life chasing thing that pretty much will answer life. I should today's my fourteen th anniversary. Yeah yeah it's my anniversary today. You guys have a good day. Two man i mean. Marriage is like a smoking cigarettes. You don't know when you don't know where but it will get you until your jaw falls off your breathing through a tube your throat. It's a kid. Chris show he comes in every day around this time. Normally talk Colbert and all that stuff. Off of that that's over with. That's go after the million dollar drawing tonight. Yeah seven twenty nine yeah. I'll be watching that for. The governor said yesterday that the person who wins does not know so they didn't check ahead of time. They did their own personal Verification without letting the person know that they are going to win the million bucks so that they can have a little more drama can do it tonight. See i don't know yet then i'm picked. He says that there's even more interest in winning the college scholarship That goes along with the young people the three ride to any university in the state of ohio. Because that's that's usually about first of all that's tax free. You ought yeah because you have to pay taxes on a million dollars. Yeah so. I mean the scholarship really. I mean depending on where you go with room and board and could pry ended up being worth more than the million dollars after town. Yeah yeah right. So so how are they going to call the winner tonight or something. I would assume that. That's it as they announced the name. Then they'll contact them and tell them or maybe right before the tell him that will come governor here and say that he did. You wanted to keep the element of surprise. And he wants to get that buzz off the el people talking about it. They're going to probably have to tape it. Because you're gonna call live on the air now call them live in the name on the air. Probably call them right. Before that. I would if i know mike dewine probably do it himself tap he. He's come under some criticism for spending the five million dollars in this way yet every day. He says that he thinks he's probably gonna end up with about fifty to one hundred million dollars worth of free advertising so i said out of it so this is insane. It's great so smart and it goes for five weeks so it keeps people talking. Says that the the biggest bump and vaccination rates that they have seen has been among like sixteen and seventeen year olds college kids about to go to college. Yeah who are getting vaccinated because they wanna shot at that freeze. Well we'll props to them because they see also probably people they know in. The news of people are just choked out by the by loan payments. Maybe they ended up. Going to med school and yeah now treating people for similar. Whatever comes next great to go. Look you could just be an attorney. A free ride attorney. Couldn't you i know. There's like head start programs for like med school and stuff that gets you some of your classes out of the way as an undergrad. So that'd be great. Would what was the other thing i was going to talk about with the i totally forgot. What was the What was the reason for the shooting over here. Kenwood some kind of domestic. We don't know exactly the circumstances behind it. The moment or thirties was was killed. Guys behind bars now. They didn't release a whole lot of details yesterday after they just said that the guy charged with aggravated murder charge carjacking with aggravated arson. It's got be as one way of crime. One man crime spree. It's got to be an ex. Because she was at an apartment and he he had house guests is maybe she moved out into the apartment. Something like that. Yeah or maybe you know. She rejected him or i don't know or he was. She was going to get the house in a divorce. I don't think there's any known connection like marriage is all different so i owe at some kind of domestic. They had some kind of relationship in the past but police aren't saying yeah it's weird at the talking about it yet either. Because it's been a couple of days now the big other story today as they're showing off for the first time The new icon music center. Yes the banks. I got the email to go. Check it out. i didn't go it. it it definitely is going to change the concert experience. Cincinnati from what. You're used to or anybody who goes to shows us used to because this is what looks like a monster. Concrete dance floor. I mean most of the most of the ticket sold will be general admission. Ooh you'll be down on the floor right by the stage. And then the seating area is up above it. Yeah there's like two levels of seats like that go way back up above the the concrete jungle down there if you don't wanna be in the in the middle of that there's a place for you. There's four forty five hundred seats inside than when they expand outside to go onto the lawn of the park. They can do update thousand. Wow and they said that they They know who the first is going to be think. It's going to be a super hot ticket. But they're not going to announce it till tuesday of next week. When when is it going to be like the. I like rock show will see. That's just i guess we'll have to wait and see who that i I act as it's gotta be any country. Oh yeah it's not going to be a rock act with many or kind of weird like i've met maybe like a alternative historic rock group million. I don't brian. But i have my i have my feelings. Judging on booze coming through and it's gonna be a big name right and it has to be a pretty recognizable name. So i'm thinking it's maybe some old school rockers or something oh maybe i don't know i don't know they said tuesday that they'll share all those details with us. Maybe it's the guy from trapped. He lives here he does. I know women and i have chocolate. Covered cicadas in the newsroom. All you do. I do willy as committed to eating one on the air today. I'm watching that. So i had to work out the details about the times for everybody knew like one. I generally picked by cicadas off by chocolate. I opened the box from fun. Candy and i opened the box and they smell delicious. Really are you going to eat one. I don't think so. But they. I mean the chocolate that's chocolate and it smells great. If you eat one do not it out for seventeen years old that i just came. God ah no thanks. The world of music now summertimes here and all the bands are coming to town. Yeah uncle kracker uncle kracker. He'll play it'll play your problem but so country artists will be going on the road all that stuff you know top forty formats our country top forty rock so God in that order. yeah yeah what. Countries a fund. Those are fun shows that go to and the women not not girls meet women lacquer shit with debt segue. That's the number five songs saying how funding showing side. Yeah everybody's got their lighters up like thinking about bad stuff in their life. No i would be on my way to get to the traffic dylan scott. Nobody number four in the country. Wealth girl no. Nobody told by god do know going to allow you got to our sam. Hunt is number. Three six. breaking up was easy in the nineties. Long shot let you go. Let's number three. It's kind of a soft country chart right now luke. Combs stubborn cute country road. Now some of these names. I know i would go. I would go to a loop column show. I guess if i if there was time and no other shows around you know shows in general fund he added. You want. you could take your kids probably a good country. I don't think luke combs is gonna come out there and go. I'm taking my girls a slipknot. Should they would probably like it. All the stuff that's going on stage but the curse and all that. And i want them there for that And not only that. The people cursing at me to get a picture of the two who you've other f- resolve lord. The kids are here. Oh story. I got kids to mara lay will be seen in you know You know i got drunk. And that's okay. Did that whole thing about beer eric. Church's number one helluva views. That's number one country right now. All right so that's Your country world now. Top forty is what your kids are listening to. And this is what. You're spending your money on so keep that in. Mind if you have. Teenagers you're spending. They're spending your money on this kind of music. Pro family folks. We shake interior mario. Am a are on. He used to be called rap. I dunno rabat's poetry had to go down from the southeast street bridge slow but they five deep terrible silk. Sonic leave the door open. This this is number four. God this stuff suck another top forty guy. Do a lipa. This on roller skates backwards. It's a couple of skied with your umbro's on what you're aware umbro's. The wind is blowing their your hair. You know what i mean. I don't have any hair. Your jerk down there browser. Look freeing get you get a ball slip okay. Alright fees saw j cole again which is say. Come on god. Number one is a livia rodrigue. Oh good for you. this is bad. Won't last on guitars in it again. I don't think that'd be number one to the rock band already. Yeah here's the rock world. The top five songs in rock run through a wall data remember. We need okay lexus. Line at the top forty. Yeah sorry the olivia rodrigue on rocks man. Iran jones mercy. This is still up there. He's a great guitarist. And that's at and you got that going for you Bring me the horizon is talking about tear-drops now in iraq world number two in the rock world. The offspring left ne somewhere in america right. Now there's a like a wrap morning show playing the top five rocks on gone man. Sorry these songs is sorry. What's the name of iraq. I the the hood you listen to the morning hood. We're going through the rock songs right now. this song. sorry this is number one in rock. I mean almost by default listening to the rest of last week number one was the offspring and just said hold my beer. So there you go. There's your Top five ounce in rock and top forty all right always keeping you updated here on the kid chrishell. If you want i have well. I saw yesterday They had one of those big rallies. Because it was like a year ago that the george floyd was murdered by the police officer and then during the whole Like get together down there. There was a whole blerta's budget shots. Ringing out. And all that stuff representing the nine minutes and twenty nine seconds that derek chauvin nelson george floyd snack a live. Tv shots ring. Out of this oregon. We're to check in with alex. Bit shots he's ready for his life and leave it on. Tv that was happening during the The big get together for the anniversary. The family's gotta feel good about that now. I have here if you'd like. There's this store owner that returned a million dollar lottery ticket to the customer. Who threw it away. This is the guy that you may find me choking in an alley somewhere act. What in the hell are you thinking. Returning hey you threw this away. It's a million dollar winner dude. That guy should lose his store his liquor license all that stuff for they still mean skill gets a chunk of change for selling the winning ticket. But yeah it's not a million dollars. And i had a one million dollar in my hand on the other hand. I wanted to do something good. In one evening. I was going through the tickets from the trash outside and i found out that she didn't scratch the number and ice scratched the number one million dollar underneath the ticket as soon as she came in her one million dollar ticket and she freaked out and cried like a baby. I find that. When i i consider myself a good person but i don't know if i would do that million dollars. That's that's an awful lot people say don't bring you happiness. That is wrong. Who says that people don't want money for people to say that the big himselves feel better k we. I'll tell you what what i see. People driving a nice cars and living in mansions on tv. It's up. They look pretty goddamn happy wednesday when you've ever said well the only reason why you're in here because the reds one that's what you said to be the reds lose. I'm not coming in. You're on your own easy. Because you know why i'm here. Why call electric. Oh yes i know that. Thank you visited house tomorrow wiring. Today's world at five one. Three two two seven forty one twelve cover electric cincinnati dot com looking locally owned and operated since nineteen ninety nine at a plus plus plus rating with. The baby be almost said. The bbc better electric avenues. Sees you. take you high a veteran. That's what you type into your you porn. What what yes. let's see Kyle farber day he weighty. 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What to practice early. So i could get hurt before the season starts. Sit out. we that crazy. Joe burrow good sound like on the phone on sports radio show. We got action. Sure do the. Nfl announced that fans. Yeah we're expected to return to be able to watch training camp workouts cool and they begin in july there. You go right there. I think so Action got action. Yeah yeah delicious. Definition sexy man. He is in sports in leather. Now we're like jared ohio and kentucky. Spunky he is honky speaking hobe cream and keeps the dangle season delicious issue delicious. What am i explicit galician. Yes so Action to baby as always. Who is it brought to you by paul electric. Yes they're coming to your house tomorrow tomorrow. They'll be there tomorrow. Thank you very much segment. Thank you we got action. Happy wednesday everybody. Watch out for the rain on the home. It ahead so one zero two seven be in by the way you see the picture of johnny knoxville lately. Who full full head of white hair he is. He's he's only going to be a fifty. I'm surprised he's alive. Yeah that dude wakes up with aches and pains everything that he's done to his body. Yeah there's no way he's making it to like five when they open that one movie up where he was blindfolded and he lit a cigarette and a bull hit him. You're like that's to start. The new jackass comes out in october. Yeah and i was hearing about the stuff. That like stevo has an injection that paralyzes him from the waist down. They do this thing where they. They hit a treadmill like full blast. But they're carrying band equipment he belly flops in a pool full of urine. I like everything the jackass guys do everything and even the the classics cky stuff the Skateboarding videos yeah. Oh that's great to Like johnny knoxville stuff in that big brother magazine which was like that s skateboarding magazine back. In the day. That was like a lot of it was real gross. Like hot a poop out your window. Gross things would do. Those guys are geniuses. And it's a. It's a shame that because you know if you think about it stevo. They all had the intervention with them to get him. Clean and alabama is how to problems. I don't even think he's in the movie no. They kicked him out of the movie violating his contract in bands. Been you know on social media talking about how he's portrayed all these guys. It's the classic. Sammy hagar david lee. Roth sang hundred percent. Bam said he was making five million dollars a movie for jackass blew it all the five five exactly because he overhead. What are you spending on that movie. Nothing exactly you just stop senegal. Let's hit our heads we and that's it. God bless him. You're those who are great to see with like a movie theater. You have to go to a movie theater scene you can still like. I can still watch those today. And you know it's coming and it. So i still like. Oh my god that's the the real fear bam's face when they throw them in there with the cobra and he's in there backing a truck and he's gone a dude. I'll be put a cobra. He was crying when they fought butterbean in the store. Like it even when those guys did the the show on. Mtv where they would go mess with like stuff. That was hilarious. wild boys. yeah but man. It's a shame about bam you know. And when i worked at philadelphia those guys were around all the time and they were super cool. I mean i hope the dude gets cleaned. Yeah well we remembered. Stevo came in here right after he got clean. Sandra nice guys. It's just a great guy. now he's such a better place. Mental require that music is very important. Listening fat folks who we got here. He's making his way to the microphone. Now stewart definitely pets a diverse second. Here hello penrose. He is here to take legal questions like every week from the manila law. Group how how's business physicist boom and good good for you. That's great so that's that we don't need you then later. I'm trying to need me eddie. Well i mean we. We'll talk about it because there's so many on the phone you know when i get to some of the stuff that i pulled news worthy that we could get right to it. Hi caroline is on the phone to talk to stuart w penrose. She's got problems. She need your help if you could hire them. Maybe you can hire the a team you can find that maybe you can hire the screwed that up but go ahead carolina i'm caroline okay I was calling. I have a question regarding. I had Had to i'm a Fungal sets of survivor. Thank goodness and what's oh fungal excessive. It's something it's an infection you can get really from anything a cut the flu That develops and kind of your body or minson your immune system is able to fight it off and it becomes septic kind of takes over your body very very very badly. I had the fungal so Physically as well as some other ways And i though the kind i had at the stage it was sixty percent mortality rate. So i'm a very like he's arises And i show after. I survived mcewen survivor so When i went back to work I had to shave my head for medical reasons. Because you know it's fungal so You can get on your scalp. For instance and i have to constantly treat it because it will constantly be a problem for the rest of my life They had to hate my head and My boss called me a homophobic slurs Because of it. And i was wondering how that falls in the ways of disability discrimination And the ways of it being illegal and what are my options tarasco that works absolutely harassment at work When did this happen This happened last summer les june. Okay yeah are you still working at this company. Oh gosh no no. I have a much better job now. I'm with the international model united nations. Now oh fantastic. What was i going to say. Did you ever make any sort of claim over this I in night legally. I'm not i kind of wanted to Leave on the situation I have had because of retaliation with 'em civil rights you need to. You need to talk to a good employment attorney and lucky for you. The attorneys a manila law group. Have some excellent employment employment attorneys in the fall. So i'd like you to hang out in the line. We can get you information but yes Harassment at work is absolutely a claim. If if you're an employee you can't say things like this your employees you can't you can't harass your employees in the workplace will. You can't make fun of the way they look and never mind that The slur all is this guy owned a couple of years he just manager it was i it was it was somebody within the company that had said he and i was just curious and again. I know it's something that affects a lot of women. You know with chemo and stuff. And so i wanted to clarify for everybody as well so sure. Sure i can imagine that stuff. It's tough going through a situation like that and then to work and now hearing women. 'cause i involved when i'm out Down how beautiful. I am or their partners has been telling me. I just a great example of that. That is beautiful. Your friends husbands hit on you. This awesome. I know he was going to take it there right away. Sh he's a nice people that in public compliment me now not hitting me just progress. All hit on new though picture that get off. Okay well stuart. W pedrosa wants you to hold the lines. Get your phone number. And then we'll be contact with you now. It's time in issue on this sort of candy depending on the type proclaim now with the claims. She didn't say legally she didn't so you didn't file a complaint with hr at all. Oh yes i did with that like like doing like i didn't okay. Feiger is a little bit of paperwork paperwork work. That's good good. We like paperwork. Paper trail documentation documentation documentation. Faces are all about okay. Could it did he get. He retaliated against you. And i hear some yes us you know harassment type of stuff I think that you know from what. I've read It's not uncommon. Show you know You know her typical harassment. You know that's You're gonna go tell me that kinda stuff maybe not wanting me to shape things and stuff like that so You know that's a good one though right. So let's yeah. Do you like ones like that. And i like stuart. W penn roses here from the manila law group. That's the faction that can help you. If you got a bad action you call that faction got bad action. You call that faction Let's go here and talk to victor victor's on the phone. He wants to ask a question of stuart w penrose the good go ahead and tastic long story short about a year and a half ago me and my wife bought a house and in the process of getting alone we found out that her social security number was declared deceased. What lucky you question for soon-to-be penrose does that fall under double jeopardy. She's already dead so he could kill her and be like wow she was already dead. No comment okay. Yes go ahead go So it was a funeral. Home had just constant in the wrong numbers on on a deceased person and up with her social security number and so she we had refiled alone with only my because we weren't allowed to use her social security number or income. Anything which we barely got the loan to get the house and like all of these stimulus checks and everything with the irs She like she wasn't getting the stimulus checks. So i mean total like three thousand dollars right there and then you also gotta think how. How long ago did this happen. Because then you gotta think about taxes and that the other thing we we tried to file it so this happened to your half to go. We contacted the social security office. Got it fixed. We shot then. All the stimulus stuff happened. And they were denying her stimulus because she's turn social security number with the stimulus checks to plenty of dead people. Why would this be an exception. That she to but yeah then this year for filing our taxes we tried three times electronially and it wouldn't let us so we actually had the senate in via paper don't actual person look at it and look at that we've got even got a letter from the social security office. It says she's not bad anymore. She was revived disappointed. Now said that down the name of this funeral home. Would we have a case against them for lost wages or anything like that. That is going to require some research to be honest with you. Need you need a lawyer. That's gonna be willing to to do some research to look into that because that's about as unique situation. Is i've ever heard what happened. Yeah but that's about as unique of a situation as i've ever heard if you've figured it out than an attorney should be able to. They need to look into into the law and see what the law allows us to remedy for. That requires some research. What what would that be negligent. Sure and then. I mean that's a. It's not a traditional type of claim by any means right and would they have some kind of insurance for that. I mean i've i've personally never seen a claim of this nature ever. That's that's about as unique of a of a situation that i've heard of yellow having clearly there are damages funeral home. Have insurance for normally a business would have like a wrongful death like this is like the opposite. They're going to have regular full life. Well they're going to have regular business insurance for hazard on their premises stuff like that. This isn't that the body slipped and then woke up. I don't know if if they're even the right of the right people to go after. I don't know if this is something. Where the social security administration just fixes this and then they get back what they missed out on in terms of their stimulus on whatnot. But because of all the government's all the madness. I hopefully they don't fix it and go okay. Now you always for all this backpack. Yeah they should waive all that. 'cause none of this is your fault. Yeah and The crazy thing is the social security administration office fixed it but according to the irs. They didn't so like government is not talking to government par for the course. Yeah did you. Did you get some of the head honchos over there. I i don't know if you've ever tried to call the social security office or the irs got about one in ten tries of actually getting through to an actual person but but if you mess up there on the phone with you within seconds at your house oh absolutely yeah Man so what do you. What do you recommend this guy any kind of attorney. I mean like attacks your tax guy i if this is messing up the tax implications of whatnot. I think a tax attorney could be a good place to start. Yeah you need a lawyer. That's gonna dig into this and see what your possible remedies can be. That's going to require. That's going to require a lot of research. This is such a unique circumstance. I'm sure it's not the first time this has happened. But that's such a unique circumstance boy significant consequences to you guys. Yeah right and and also he's such a lucky guy. This is something that normally doesn't happen. So it's like a cool thing and then also it's going to be free to write stewart know chris. Foley's living out his fantasies over here through you and your situation. It's like when lou gehrig got a disease that was no one ever had before so they named after him. That's kind of like you situation. It's lucky you're so lucky. That's exactly what. I wanted to see this horrible situation named at okay. I'll take a great story. That's gonna cost you a lot of money to fix and you had already has already done that. Yeah that's we're trying to get that money back. Wow god well that sucks for you. That's all i can say really. I have no tickets. I've nothing to give you know. I wasn't looking for for reading at us. I was actually just thinking. I mean i mean a tax attorney might be. That sounds like a place to start. We'll give tickets. Put it under her social security number. Ooh sweet perfect zombie. That comes into all right. Do you want to send them some ticket. Just because i feel bad for now. What a pain. Oh what a nightmare. Oh this ashley. Hello hi ashley. How's it going good go ahead. You're on the air with sewer w penrose. He's an attorney from the manila manila logger. So i play on the radio january. I my husband had a order dissection and he was the three different hospitals and then finally flown For emergency surgery had the surgery and was on a ventilator for a couple of days and they needed to do see t so they pushed you know the die contrast and it blew his vein out and his arm and it burnt his arm. he's like bubbled up anyway. Like i said he was on a ventilator so that medicine kinda steeped down and created a huge wound on his backside and They didn't really do anything and then just kind of send him off to rehab because he had a stroke after heart surgery and then it became septic. Let's plan Have you back to the same hospital in that. He couldn't talk you know he's on the vani told me haning pen and paper and he wrote they it and he pointed to his arm and they just left it there and you know they couldn't turn him or anything because he was on the ventilator. I didn't know if that was malpractice. He's unable to work. What's this what's his condition now from that He is still recovering. I mean this happened january. Like of twenty one. Win care of twenty-one yes. This is kentucky ohio ohio okay. Is he still recovering. Because the surgers you still be recovering because of the potential malpractice. That that happened. The yeah the the wind. I mean it just. It burned him from inside out. What are the Long-term effects on him at this point if you know He's got a whole. No i mean. I from the heart surgery. He's completely disabled. he can't lift over thirty pounds or move his arms out because he had a a replacement put in but Does your husband thirty seven but the damage is what they went to iraq and they went septic heart. This is a huge. Like it just looked like a blister. I'm like what are you going to. We're going to put medicine in it to take it out. Well they didn't do it quick enough. I guess the medicine just kind of floated down to the backside having all of his medical records at aol okay. It's gonna take somebody digging into the medical records. You gotta see if if the doctors went below the standard of care Was was this a known risk. Was this something that was discussed as a possible risk. I don't know that would be in the medical records you know so you need somebody to look into that and see what. What is there something they would have to discuss. If there was a known risk there would have to say. Hey this could happen to your art. Yes now if they didn't do that are they. Guilty of the the depends on so many other factors. The situation like this normal. Iv you know and they put a different type of medicine threw it. And but that kind you kind of have to go slow. Maybe they went too fast. I don't know but it sure blew the whole day. Now i it's it's really going to be though. The medical records here are critical. Okay why don't you get your information talk about this later. Kid got the right man on your side. it's stewart w pedroza the middle hold on one. Second okay stuart. W penrose is here. We got action. Everybody septic actually so hit us up at five. Three eight one. Three seven nine seven nine. It's kenai sue. Stewart w penrose report. We just made well. We don't have a date yet but we're going to head out to that twin peaks right. Yeah two locations. There is legit. Yes and the one up in westchester. Yeah oh that's over. Closer to me stewart. i'll go to. Let's go to both all right okay. We'll make a tour Yeah they have the front those frost and mugs and yes. They have the front poor cuban. I had on sunday really to have a breakfast pizza. Yes stewart's here to take your legal questions are. I are final round of calls. Joe is here. He's got a legal question for stewart. W penrose go ahead joe. All right This for the past month and a half there. My wife at a been suffering seemed like a lot of fear. sentiments some A medication console. Okay now after being prescribed that medication she has been back and forth to the hospital due to Step this in the neck. Severe business Saying that her white blood cell count one up extremely due to an infection caused by the By the prescription and just numerous things. Now the one there to have Cheese games and x rays and acupuncture. And all these other things there. But i was just curious if there's any any legal matters that you know of the deal. Been having corey issue to have been having with stuart. What's that chris. Stop taking the pills. Yeah yeah that's that's what i that's what the doctor actually told her. But then the doctor prescribed it till we're told her. I said you shouldn't. You can't stop taking that right away. You're gonna win off. House recommended it and she said well. I mean this gentlemen joe severe. You know it's back and forth but out of this jewish there's any Legal issues over that that. You're aware of my understanding. There has been some class actions in the past over Failure to warm customers consumers that there could cause birth defects Sound like that's what we're talking about here looks like an old class action to I have not heard anything else with that. Needs to know a lot more before knowing whether she has a legal claim. Or not here. Just from what you describe alone hard to say. Yeah because i i know zoloft these they all have a side effect you know. And they have known side effects. I mean it's it's it's a. It's a pretty established drug. It's been on the market for a long time. Yeah i would think. This'll be on a case-by-case basis between what zoff does for somebody else you know something completely different some fearing another. I'm alexa pro. And i can't get it. Yeah to with the house of the bills just racking up there and having to go back and forth and all these tests done just switch. It doesn't just have her. She needs to work with her dr over over her care. They gotta you gotta wean off those because if you if you just cold turkey. That chilling jumping off a bridge or something. You don't want that. So yeah yeah you want we off that and then get on something out. Yeah some maybe might help out. No i but for now. This is brad brad steward w penn is here to help you. He's the from the manila law group. Where it's fault. It is our fight these receptionist there. Gosh back early last year I worked for a fortune. Five hundred company in northern kentucky and at the beginning of last year my hr manager started soliciting me and and like the middle of march. We ended up going out and getting drunk and we hooked up a few times. Cue from Come to find out. Been i found that out and i broke it off and since then i feel like i've just been getting her asked that work by her. Well let me step in please. This is my this is my work. Yeah you're obviously gosh. I know it's going to be hard. Go back to having sex with her tax. Go see joanna front. She'll give you the bill for that. Well i mean where does this fall steward as far as being harassed because i imagine you would have to have some sort of documentation on the her and who and what is what is the harassment. I didn't personal with a medical conditions. I didn't really want to get into it. Over the air scared of repercussion. What harassment is she is she is she doing towards you was over a medical condition. She broadcast that medical condition to other people at the company where she denying new something. She was denying me. I brought in a doctor's note. Saying i have like severe asthma and Couldn't wear a mask and basically told me that my doctors didn't matter anymore. Once i broke it off with her could be some retaliation. There's not a traditional retaliation but you know there could be something there. Do you have texts from her and stuff. Yeah i have all this is nude. You got nothing. There could be something here. If he's getting denied denied thinks he's entitled to at work if they retaliate. If they're retaliating against him could general anyways he's got a doctor's. No i think you gotta talk to one of our employment attorneys to see if there's something there. Oh what do you think sir down to talk to you now. What about how many times do you think you hooked up with his girl. Three or four. Yeah how long has she been married. I don't know i never asked that. Shift kids now boyer. It seems really odd. I mean this is another weird one because it doesn't seem like women do this. Because from what i understand only guys do this kind of stuff. I wrote a chris. I really don't see a woman cheating on her husband no way so. I don't think you have a claim here. Women are precious flowers right. I mean every time. I read twitter. It's the guy being a scumbag and the women are precious flowers. That's because the internet is true. Well he's here to show you that. That's not the truth i think. No i think you're the problem sir. I'm trying to think of what in what in kentucky is a fortune five hundred company. Well i mean a lot. There is yeah. we don't want to name any. let's one. I want to go work kentucky. Are you guys not thinking. I'm thinking mate of every day you probably look at any of your wife. Probably looks at it but television florence. Y'all's oh no it's not that they're not on not based out of there. It's still a company. That's there though i don't know. Hey sir let me ask you this. The company the company's named talk to dayton them. Do you deliver the packages like you. Did the her not packages for say okay. That's right we'll more question. What stations give it to you sorry. Dj's hold on a second hold on stewart. Wants to talk to you because you sir. We got action. He got it. That's the reason why teachers get caught and suffer having sex at suits blabbermouth him just smile. A greenwich dumb note. Who cares you got laid stewart. W penrose i appreciate you yeah. I'm sorry let's go to own adrian. Mark montgomery hello adrian. How're you doing. Doing good ager margaret. Gummer he's been in and out of the joint a few times and he's been nicknamed butt cheeks and okay go ahead. Yeah sorry about cheeks violation. My question is when you guys had come to your radio station the first time and you have on the might right. What was the purpose of giving me an application. We didn't give you an guy to get you. Did you have to sign a like a released. The beyond the radio. No you told me to come up to your station. You tell me where you were at upon kenwood. Yes yes we are upon kenwood across from your favorite rb bush. What what is your question what it is without question. You guys phone about employment. You told me something in the sexual turn on the phone. What did he say sir. I'll take this client. I go ahead. Said he wanted to screw my brains out. I did sir. do you have brains to screw out. Yeah it's a question. Excuse me yes. But i'm not a whore wine and dine. He ain't got enough money for that. Oh damn feed those but sheiks how about we do this. Why don't you meet me downtown. Then what i'll take you to court. Okay we'll just walk in. no you'll be subpoena. Oh what about my martinez. You big enough. For what gets like this once i get done. Take you to the cleaners court. They're not gonna let you go home. Oh no we're going to go to jail. Oh hold the line to get his number. I want to represent had like to call the court. Please recognize chief. Please raise your hand on the bible. Sir i auto grace. Well thank you store w penrose thanking to. Its kring kid chris. We will do it again next week. When stewart comes in and takes legal questions very excited for that kate chris dot com. Hris for figures videos twitter facebook and other crafts.

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Christi Chiello has never seen E.T.

Never Seen It

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Christi Chiello has never seen E.T.

"Hey, this is Matteo lane. I'm Willman, and this is inside the clauses class, and we are gay comedians and friends, and we bring you guys behind the scenes of our lives working in the entertainment world. We also chat about relationships LIZA Minelli and failed attempts at being functional. Adults follow us on our Instagram page at inside the closet podcast and buckle up because we're fucking nuts and make sure to like and subscribe tombs. Thank you guys. Shoe in a world where every conversation is about what movie or TV show. You just see? This is never seen it. Comedians, rewriting famous movies and TV shows. They've never seen. Everybody Kyle to never seen. It. Today's episode is very fun. We have the very funny Christie cello on the episode. She's been on comedy central. She's communist roast battle super funny and good friend from New York City in town. And she is never seen E T. I think you're gonna love it. And I wanna remind you if you're in Los Angeles on Tuesday February twelfth which is next Tuesday. Now next Tuesday, We're doing a live show, and it is at dynasty typewriter. And we got John Gabriel. We got Henry's browse sqi who's doing little house on the prairie which will be insane is February twelfth at dynasty typewriter in Los Angeles. Next tuesday. Come bring your friends, tickets are dynasty, typewriter dot com. This episode is incendiary. They whatever said that think. No. It was an incendiary Super Bowl. We're here guest. Mike bigly. Returns for his seventy third appearance. You made it weird. Podcast. Boy, I hope it never ends. So we I guess I'll just explain how, you know, this everyone listening, this can all be in it and everyone can listening. He'll be is the rundown. In today's episode of the podcast. We're going to open with your script Christie, and then I'm gonna talk to you a little bit about your movie going experience growing up Kelly, and what helps shape who you are. And then we have three games one is called before. And after and so what that game is is we combine to movie titles into one new movie title. I will tell you the. Just did a curtsy. Courtesy curtsy. I'll tell you the plot to that new mash up movie, and you'll tell me the title, I cannot wait. Compete with either compete more be on a team. I think we've had I think you're right. And then the next game is a competition game. It is called rapid fire trivia about a movie, you may or may not have seen. We're seeing the movie would definitely help. I'm gonna ask everyone twenty very specific questions about a movie, and if you've seen it you'll probably do better. So many. Yeah. Yeah. It's so that's the feedback. We've been getting. Three. But at this point. We have the tip and established around twenty questions. I under still sort of like if they if they added more football games to a season all the records would get skewed. It's the same. Exact. Yeah. That's what I've been saying. Sports is just cast. And then we're gonna play. Final game. They were gonna play is character card on the head guessing game. So it's a little bit like that diversity day episode of the office where you will hold a card to your forehead. And then ask you have two minutes to discover who you are using only. Yes, or no. Like heads up a little bit. Yeah. Yeah. Trademark allen. I love that. I played that over Christmas. And spoiler alert. I did very well. Who? It gets my, grandma and my aunt. Spoiler thing that happened in the past. There's no video proof anywhere of spoiler alert for the next part of my story. I was gonna watch your thanksgiving. I'm just catching up to spoil Arbor day for me. But first things it's the script. And we introduced the show. This has never seen it. I'm your host Kyle ears. Does the podcast where I've comedians rewrite famous movies and television shows they have never seen before today. We're joined in studio all the way from New York City Christie chiller was here. Everyone. Happy to be here. I'm so excited. I'm Dave five into Los Angeles. It's rained. Most of the time trained the entire time. Yeah. What what's the best time to visit L A? Well, it rains and the Super Bowl takes over a day. But it's pilots cheese. Rabbit season. Yeah. I get a pilot every season. This sketch married to make is you put up a sign that says pilot season and I rip it down says rabbit season. You were down and says pilot season again, and we shoot a pie shoots. One of us in the face turns around. We're also backyard studio with us to hang out talk movies and read some parts in the script Caleb, Simon right? That is my name. We've gotten some Nick about the show where people say love some of the extra guests more than others. So I don't know what that means hopefully calebs on of the ones they look more. Oh, man. I know my parents listen every podcast, I'm on. So it's probably might be them. What's your mom and dad's? What are their names? Burton debbie. Debbie, debbie. I'm gonna kick your son's curse don't curse. Yeah. They've turned it off. Listen to a full podcast. I'm turn it off when the link they're trying to scrabble ahead to where it's clean. Bill Burton, Debbie. If you want your teeth to get clean checkout, quip dot com slash. They have great dental health. I want to before we get into the script. I the super bowl's yesterday. So we're recording. This this is coming out. I think in on this Thursday. So let's just happen. And that show that was on after the Super Bowl. We start talking about you guys. Both love survivor survivor is we've talked a lot with Caleb about survivor on this show. Survivor is the preeminent CBS reality game show ever may be the most important reality game show ever. I think it's the most important thing that's ever happened. I really funny that you guys have talked about this. I was watching it Sirri. Meaning you've already watched. I watched it when it came on. And I was a kid, and it was like a big, and it was like a culture. But now everybody's though you'll still on. I'm like, oh, it's better than it's ever been not only is it on its own oh its own it. So into this past season. It really consumed my life Wednesday nights. I didn't wanna do shows. It's live afraid. I'd get spoilers as if people are the top, right? Oh, man. I like it like it's game of thrones. It's got worse. Once it got ahead of the books. He don't watch. It's the best. I remember really being into season one and still is a piece of two high. I still I still think about season one all the time because that rat speech is so good that she gives at the end the last episode. It's is the rat and the ma- or the snake in the rat or something like that. Yeah. It's definitely a rat. But that speech is like that's like cinematic. And also the fact that Richard hatch didn't report his million dollars anyone on his taxes. He won a million dollars in front of seven hundred million people and then on his taxes was like didn't win any there. There's a box. It's like did you win any money on a game show this year, and he's like not that I can recall, but Judy. His taxes in character. That is what we'll do little the rat would do little stains because he tried to put it in his pocket when he left confident that I would do really well on the show. I couldn't play out think an outlet. To civil knows. That is the phrase fans are going nuts right now. What if you didn't know the phrase, and you're like, I would do so well on survivor, I would not be the weakest link. I would not goodbye. I would want to be a millionaire play this game like in middle school. I think it was how was your holiday was when it came out, but we did our own survivor like in the neighborhood, and we have these tribal council. And people and I got eliminated very early. I'm gonna be is. Not going gonna lie. The rumors are trail. I. I wouldn't do really well on this show. The one time I did do the show. I got last. Personnel island being my backyard. It's like that Simpsons episode where Bart has to watch everyone play in pool because they get so he's. So he's just you're just a rear window in everyone else in the game. It's all about the alliances alliance with you guys on the show. The lions with me. Sure. I would. But I would be wary. Okay. Explain very wary of you might lie. It lies that. You just told me how competitive you are. And what you didn't come here to come in second. You know, what the best thing about me is? I'm very nice, buddy. M I I'm not sure you should have a bigger pause in there. So people can. Faraz? I really changed me already. So we. Until you. They always say you have to be here at least seven days before. It's completely perfect. And nothing changes. That's my favorite L A thing is how long people because I didn't like it when I first got here, and it's still okay. And it's a fun game is how long people tell you. You have to be here before it's not the worst place in the world to be people. Like when you first gave you gotta give it a year. And then people like how long you been here in like a year and a half to gotta give it thirteen years and have a kid thirteen years in LA is one of the better neighborhoods around Los Angeles. Just continues to increase. What was that that games called the world's best? Oh, yeah. I forgot. I went off on a team. All right. There's it's so complicated. I don't understand. I know I'm a huge group. Offi some thrilled that they're judging. It's rupaul drew Barrymore. Yes. Which you think faith faith, faith hill to me sounds like where teenagers make out. The worst part is James corden, it just inserts himself into every act. I I I know he's just like let me and you'll grits. That's so bizarre to me. That is I we watched it because it was on after the Super Bowl. And then then they knew this. Why everyone would watch it? And then he's just like that was great. What you just did? Well, if a well be Britain did too, and they're just like, I don't know. We we don't are you gonna jump and chop a block your leg up. Do you do this? He's like, I could definitely do your talent. But it will take a while and be on entertaining to watch. And then it just kind of crowds. Like, here's why I don't think it'll catch on this scoring in the game involves so much math and Americans like all right? We're going to have three judges and average that and then tally. Fifty more Americans aren't here to average. And then add you're not pem dosing a game show with Americans up here. Very confusing and then two people got like perfect scores. And then a guy clearly came out to lose to show you that people could lose right that what does. What does that mean? Man space cowboy and was also called space something cowboy something and other council. Cowboy Tony romo's calling the whole thing slave, a former cowboy was also every every act it was like, can you believe it's them? It was like Asian country. And then it was like like little little little Filipino sing. And beyond they were. So it seems so dismissive of everywhere, and they're like, can you believe we found a talented person from that country to by judge. Look, we got someone from what's this place called Britain? Yeah. But then the guy who didn't get it the source wallo. It looked like a sword swallow or he looked like he did that he had something built into his body to become better at sword swallowing. Yeah. So I don't want you to look like what you to be fair. I have my I have my settlers tattooed on my palm. Do you like advance who are the people that aren't the judges that are voting Anderson Silva, will they were just they were like fifty experts other fifty years? They're like sort of famous people from all these countries, like Anderson Silva's, an MMA fighter from Brazil. So he was the Brazilian famous Representative. Oh, they were all from Seattle this whole. But it's like why would a sword swallowing expert? Judge the guy who's juggling. Yeah. Why house he still expert, and then it was the sky swallowed swords? And they were like, well, we've got a joins Gordon looks around the judges we got a magician magician. What do you think a sword swallowing? It's like the Mitch Hedberg. Can you farm felt like America doesn't vote? The viewer doesn't voted. No, no, no. You were has our vote you vote with your clicks. And you're calling your Nielsen buzz. Yeah. You know, what that piece said I'll probably watch next week. I can't remember. Al. Something. Whereas if this happens, I if as if oh if everyone wins, I will keep watching the show or if someone dies if they showed someone dying in the first episode because they they did that fake cut-away where they made it look like the sword swallowing fell. Right. Right. And then you came back, and he was just sitting down. I was like if he just died. I'll watch the show because that'd be ballsy move to somehow suppress all of that press release. And then. Right. And then we got a Anderson Silva you fight for a living. How do you feel about this guy dying? I may stay still don't pass him. Very just like for me. Not for me. She gave them a twenty five. You've got to leave them wanting more with the score. What's the highest score? Why is it out of ten well because the easiest way to tell how good someone is compared to everyone else in the entire world. Because that's what they're doing is ranking you can use to have three judges rank you ought to fifty average those and then have fifty judges rank you out of one adage individual one onto the average just the easiest way. Yeah. I remember what was that show where they had a banker, and then he would offer, you know, do you? That was always confused. I was like who's this guy? I never thought was me. Imagine it was your silhouette. Then all of a sudden, it's like eighty dollars. The banker won't pick up the phone and she keeps texting us. I have a bit Moji that says SMH. Okay. Speaking of drew Barrymore. Hey transition. Transition. How you doing not bad? You've never seen AT never seen ET. I have to confess. I've also never seen. The truth comes seen you have seen. So how this is this this show all prompted like the whole title because this is a live show before it was a podcast never seen it. And the first one I ever did was jaws I signed yet. And we and then in all came from me talking about how I I was like I like Spielberg, and then people started listing Spielberg movies, and I had never seen any of them. And that's like, oh, maybe I like saving private Ryan. Oh, yeah. And because I I'd never seen Indiana Jones any of the Jones movies. I never seen e jaws drastic park and ready player. One ready. That's the old. That's the intro to the Stephen. Steven Spielberg, like ready player one. But unlike his other movies it didn't reference enough movies. I only like movies that are mostly based off stuff. I haven't seen Jurassic Park. And none of the people in halo were in it. Have you seen Jurassic Park? Yeah. Address. Maybe my favorite move. That's a good one. But like all these like ET and jaws and Indiana Jones like pretty much everything any Spielberg from before. I was born this field do back to the future. Yeah. But I just saw that like last year in that all based off I have never seen any of Indiana Jones. And I almost picked one to do that for this. But something about this. I think it's more surprising now, I haven't seen eat like, I'm not into Indiana Jones, E stuff, but like aliens. So I think it's more. Yeah. Yeah. If you like survivor you'll like Indiana Jones. It's like, here's what I need in media that I'm viewing is tattered loins. So some merch if. L by some quite comedy. And was quite gone baby gone. Quite gone. Baby gone is the winter that's the qui- gone girl. Darth maul is just planting evidence. Okay. So you've never seen E T crack, I've also never seen ET. What is we'll talk about. What you brought into it. Once we're done with the script here. But you get to cast the script. Oh, this is stage dress directions. I think that I won't read. Yeah. I'm gonna read the stage directions. And I would like. Here to read bull, drew Barrymore Vija, very more and Kyle you can be bully. Finally a role. I'm drew, Barry. Start whenever I think there's one more character to cast forgot there's actually two there's there's ET. I'll be ET. Oh, and I'll be the mom. Okay. All right and one more. In the dad. I'll be the dad am I am. I guess me myself too much. No, it's yours. You can be all of them because those are just little baby parts. So I'm gonna be mom dad PD siege direction. Well, hell, yeah. And who's going to be stage directions? All right. I've I've pulled up the theme song. Whenever you're ready. Interior, a big ass old house that would. Already your parents. Aren't you tennis? Boy that looks like it might be haunted because it probably is it looks like the house from Peter Pan. Which is a movie I have seen. Now, we turn off all of the caps. Yelled at two kids, sit around the coffee table criss cross applesauce one is a little girl named drew Barrymore. And the other is a boy. He's a few years older and they're playing connect for connect four. Fuck. So much foul language. I can't really be a good hustle late night show called Jimmy foulland. Oh, man. You always beat me guest. That's what I give for being the baby sister, always been berry more instruments. Oh, they hear a noise coming from the chimney. Sounds like it sounds like a beat boxer to know. What key sounds. They are startled. Wicky? What the heck was that? I know it said to put a only September. I know that because we're all wearing fall clothes. I'm in a hoodie. I'll go look very more store the chimney. There is a loud thud. Followed by dust cloud. Santa through those beautiful through the dust in alien the peers, he speaks era era era peaking blip wolf. We years saw from up stairs. Oh, no. It's mom and dad. Call from the top of the staircase children is everything. Okay. There. ET runs highs under the coffee table and makes a face, but they just him because he seems nice. Yes. Why voice? Boy. And we're playing a game retro very more right now. It's my turn to be the monster. All right down watching the game. Resume their upstairs tippety of watching the sports game ET. He is still hidden under the table. Now. He seems scared. It's okay alien. What's your name? Mine is drew. Carey more. But e. E I think he's saying his name is E that stands for extra terrestrial. It's nice to meet you ET. That's my big brother, and we were just playing connect four. You wanna play with us? I think he's trying to tell us something t starts to pantomime using a rotary phone. He can't speak the human language, so he his he's relying on acting which all can do you're telling us you want to make a phone call each he starts jumping up and down because drew Barrymore guess correctly. No phones. We can get on my bike. I'll drive you to a payphone on the corner. My bike is a basket in it. And you can sit in where might Huddy so people aren't like oh. Japan more, you should stay home. Because I don't think you're in this part. He must be lost need to call his mom. I'll miss you ET. I love you. Giving more starts crying and this year. Boy scoops up Ichi because he is strong and they sneak into the garage into your your garage. They. They. They get on the voice bike and take off exteriors. Three till the corner for the payphone is the boy is peddling really fast because he also has to. We are. Now, you can make your call now. E T phone home. Okay. Great. That's perfect. Call your mom, and she can come pick you up. The quarter in. Phones, where he is Fran in key causes mom. We hear their alien talk in its kilt. ET hangs up. She coming eighteen nights. Suddenly, we see a flash of light from the sky, and it is an alien spacecraft. Boy is an off but also distracted because he asked P ET, hugs boy, and then floats into the spacecraft boy waves could by then he gets back on his bike begins to peddle into a beautiful sunset in pisses. The. You guys so much. You're reading was also excellent actor choices, I think you direction. No, you've really and I felt like I. Ways. You saw the sign them. The walked off a cliff and has looked down yet. Yup. So yeah. Never seen the film. But I think that sums it up. I do. Okay. There's the conic bicycle basket hoodie, and there's ET phone home. I think you've seen it. This. So I'm trying to think I don't know. What else? I know. I think the government comes for him is that is involved. I have not seen ET. I have on mute watched some movie that supposedly rips off ET that was made by McDonalds. Mcdonalds made a movie isn't making nowhere. Rebecca think knows? I'm talking about. This is. If there's anything in Rebecca's wheelhouse. It's knowing the movie that I'm talking about the rip off because this is MAC and me, and it is and made by McDonald's, and it has a little alien who looks like E T with bigger ears gods, and it's the same movie. And I watched it on mute on thanksgiving. This almost up there. Spoiler. Look like that mean when when you cut and she keeps sucking. That's the face. I've seen it on them eve. Yes. Or he, you know, people. All right, next to him in MAC and me is he in the he's an meet. No, he has a bit where he goes on Conan to promote a show and every time they go to show a clip from Paul road upcoming movie. They show the same clip for MAC and me go, you're an ant, man. And they're like, yeah. No check on a clip, and it's a clip of MAC and me flying off a cliff like in a shopping cart or something. So why why did why did McDonald's make money, and and and I guess benefit off of. Why is thanksgiving? I don't know ever trying to play codenames, but there's too many rules. There are too many roles. It's one of my what's up. Oh, we'll be right back. Oh, yeah. Gotta do a. We'll be right back. We take breaks that everyone. We're going to back. Perfect bay right back. People love us because we the professionalism. It's come for the win you nut mean references. Stay for the professionalism. How how like gross is the sentence when you nut when you? I don't want any of this. I reference, but I don't want this. This is the one where my parents figure out I tunes. To be fair. They will hear the word and just go, right? A glass of milk or something? Okay. All right. We ready to come back. Of course, we don't actually have to tell me about the break is longer. Give us a run in right? All right. What what is you bring us back? All right. We're back with go. Squarespace, go to the store and get your square state. There's no way that we did a squarespace ad. I wish squared away so much. So before you clean before we move on to some questions and talking little bit about eighteen stuff. How many of us? Do you think the theme song has on YouTube on YouTube? Oh, I bet it's game one three and a half million impromptu to prices right style. One dollar. Okay. Well, competitive two million. It is eight point eight million. And this isn't this one for some reason he Photoshop to look like instead of a bicycle there writing a unicycle, which is kind of a funny visual. Okay. So you haven't seen ET ET is like one of these one of these shaping. It's so big. It's like a pop culture thing. Right. T- phone home is bigger than the movie. I think he's a speak and spell is that right? Yeah. And receives pieces, right? It was like a lot of product movie, I've some recess visas in that big. What was the Ford you? Remember, the first time going you like went to movies, and we're like was like the first memory of movie going. Let me say the same thing again somehow money reward, but like a preeminent one of the earliest times of a movie to goings to goings. You. Let's funny 'cause I watched like a ton of TV growing up. But I didn't I never went to a movie theater until I saw The Lion King feeders, which I feel like is later in life. I don't know what year that came out four ninety five. Yes. So I was on ten on. So yeah, it was called. Straight ahead. Haven't heard of it. ET? Like, I did, you know, I remember there would be a boy in my elementary school who dressed up as the boy for Halloween, and he had the little basket. I'm remembering like what what's your costume? What are you? And he was like something from AT around the boy's name is. But like that was the first time. I was like, oh, what's ET? I haven't let me I think another boy's name is Elliott. Okay. There we go. And I think to be honest. I think at that time I wouldn't want. I didn't. I never wanted to watch it as a kid. I think I thought I was going to be scared of it. Okay. Early in the thought of like an alien to my house like no, thank you. And now as an adult, I don't really care that much. Yeah. That's kind of how I feel with. I wasn't afraid of it. But I never got around to watching hook. And then I went to put hook put on. When put hook on Netflix, and it's like two hours and thirty minutes, and I was like how how and I just turned it off immediately. When I was a how long it was never gonna get around to it. But it's also I know Rufi, oh, I think Robin Williams in it hook two and a half right because I never going in the movies wasn't a thing as a kid. I watched the T the TV that you what's the earliest thing? You remember following the whole time? Did you know that makes sense like something that must watch for like Nickelodeon the anything on snick with like sticks? Thickly are that there's a lot of because we're all comedians comedians. I think that's there's not enough when people talk about like what like really influence. There's a comedians are tour like Carlin and Mike. I was so much more influenced by like Amanda binds on that. When I got older, I listen to Carlin, and, you know, the famous bits and stuff, and it's very timely and very funny. But it's like what made me think being funny was fun early was like Lori bird and. And didn't kill in like those shows that I remember watching thinking, oh people can like there's a way to kind of be funny. And then as I got older start going, you know, watching and appreciating comedians, but a lot of stuff that I was into comedy was Nickelodeon live shows me to same. Yeah. So it's when people say that I'm like, what five year old is like boy that George car like when you're when you're actually forming your mind, I can't say any of these words on TV. Another tip. Watched in living color, though. And I did I do remember being a kid watching that? And I love that show. And I was very into Jim Carey, and it's very into like, I remember like all characters like fire Marshall Bill is remember a lot of that. So I do remember that because they washed it it was like, you know, I watched what my parents had on TV or Nickelodeon. I was like I was I like 'em Sandler's probably the first time. I thought I found a comedian. And I was like, oh, this is like my age, which he isn't. But you know, what I mean like all in his early like prank stuff like calls and his albums and stuff are so funny and still so funny. And I was like, oh, I found a comedian not. Already famous. It's funny. I was thinking to this is like a really I haven't thought about this. And so long in like high school like in those formative years, I remember think like a big cultural phenomenon from me, and my friends was truly jackass with that came out kisses the funniest Stevo was like stapling. This is humor. There's something about like feeling like you could do it. It's like a link between watching stand up to me Stanton. Feel like it could possibly be a job until I was like in high school and went and saw comedian. But when in like, eighth grade jackass was like, okay. So you can their ways to kind of do things and be funny with your friends and this, and then, you know, and I love it. I still think a lot of it's very funny. I could never get into the body stuff. Anything were eating or polling body parts or stuff like that was always a little gross from rolling. I'm have someone pull my finger. Oh, boy, pop black heads and stuff. And I hated that. But when it's a lot of will watching jackets. Hopping black heads one of her for sure, isn't it? They like it in the Nick dangled over people like he's gonna make them. Eat a black head. Yeah. Remember members of the Johnny Knoxville stuff very labs. Always. So funny to me is really funny to me teal. And yeah, I remember I mean, also I had a crush on. Johnny knoxville. I drove a nineteen eighty five silver Thunderbird Google. It's a trophy. And I had a bumper sticker of Johnny Knoxville on my car, and I got from like hot topic atrocious. And then I just over two. But yeah. Because kid we're not. I mean, I don't know about you guys. But I wasn't thinking like, you know, I knew I'd like to humor. But it was just all also to like, what am I friends laughing allegory people talking about, you know, for us that really was like jackass or like MTV at anything that I would watch that was like jackass was that. 'cause NTV. Oh, yeah. Oh, remember, bam. Our jira. Yeah. I liked Viva LA bam. When it first started. That was the point. There's such a specific point where I aged into being like, oh, he's mean to write it went like this phony guy hit his parents like, oh, this is funny guy hitting his parents have one more to and I just remembered Tom green and Andy Millen Nakas. Millinocket? Do I don't know if I didn't have MTV at the time to watch it. We didn't see my bum is on your lips. My bum is on or whatever like the bump song 'em Eminem. Show. What if someone to kick back and watch every week the Eminem show? Gary know that it's interesting to like if. Yeah, I like stand up and once I got a little bit in high school, even before I wanted to stand up wasn't way before I ever did do it. I did like find a way to download all the comedy central presents. And like seasons of that. And I remember really liking hot, Jeremy Hotz. Yeah. Yeah. Like just his jokes. I still remember to this day. He's very neurotic comedian, and he had this had a joke a horrible place. Always like sort of like, but he had I remember remembered a joke. He's like a his driving on the freeways fun seeing all those skid marks on the median how you hitting the median on your own. Jokes. I see ripped off all the time. And I'm sure he's still working comedian somewhere. He's got a dentist joke heard ripped off so often where he's just like his dad go to Dennis. Hi genesis. Like, oh, your gums are bleeding, and I'm like, oh, yeah. You think it's from that sharp thing you shoved in my mouth. He's funny. Remember seeing his two I came and a lot of that's where I found Knicks Wurzen and like people like that. But that was early. And then it's still didn't seem like a real thing. Just when I first discovered comedy central presents. It felt like I was the only person who knew about stand up. Yeah. That's funny. I can't relate to the. I remember the first joke I ever heard and stand up for that made me laugh, and I still think it's so funny. And I don't I might butcher it. But it was Ellen generous. And she had this great joke about how she went to some place in saw like a deer head on the wall, but the deer head had like like, mardi gras style. Beads hanging on it. And the joke was something about how like oh. You know, she thought it was really messed up that they would kill this animal, especially when it was at a party. That is really funny Ellen. I mean, her stand up is so funny. I haven't didn't want your new special anything, but every old late night thing is so didn't we talk about this? She's got some good like long like concept bits and stuff too. And I remember her talking to someone and talking about how she like she thought it'd be so funny do this bit, and she bombed some like America's what was it called star search or something like that by like she just went up, and she's like to fill time she like eight McDonald's during her whole audition thinking, it'd be like funny, and they would think it was like a big performance thing. And then they just kinda she's like, and they just hated it. She's like, no, no. I got a good joke. I just I'm we didn't have time in the waiting room. And she like eat more of a cheeseburger. And all my time is up. It is really funny. What I was gonna say. Eight whole. I deal and that was the joke. Slayed me defined like. I I sometimes I always forget about watching old like Nickelodeon stuff. And I'm sure I think he didn't kill is coming back, and I've seen them like like I've seen like little tweet murmured or maybe they're just like, hey, we're hanging out in Taunton. Everyone or something. Right. But all that was everything the Amanda show amend of buying that. What was it called? What was the show called the comedy show? All that. That's right. All that was I watched that before ever watched Saturday Night Live, and I was like this crazy that this show has nothing. I just blew my mind that there was like cut up reoccurring segments on something. And I was like this is so and I liked Laurie. Verbs follow her was her. She basically did the weekend update for kids. And that was so funny to me, and I was like how do they make this power there? So many jokes in the world. You know, it's funny to you thinking I was thinking of quotable things I'd say from that show. And it was always how the Cal loves orange soda. Ideal ideal think about second bag and Barry anytime, the berry or bag in or sagging. That's what it was all about was like, he's quotable things. Like, even like ace. Like Jim Carey with ace Ventura like Alrighty, then like as a kid. It was like you just say you would try to say that. And then people would laugh, and I was like all. I think specifically about ace Ventura when people our age are like, that's comedy sucks. These comedies. I'm like. Well, there's no way the adults watching ace Ventura were like this is great, right? Right. But it also wasn't for them. And there's like a big generation who will be seeing these comedies now who when they get older will be very excited to quote, these movies that are like. Shit on by critics and stuff like that the whole time. And it's like well. Yeah. I mean as frontiers very beloved by everyone, I thought it was so funny. And I think about it. Sometimes funny is but it's clearly not people twenty years older than me. I don't think like ace Ventura in is so funny is I still feel like more than half of people alive. Think. That's what comedy is. They're like do ace Ventura. Yeah. Or, but they don't even think it's you coming up with it. They're like, I'm the funny guy at my work because I say already, and I think I think I don't think that was is that what you guys do. I don't think that was surpassed until anchorman anchorman is what replaced ace Ventura. I can say have you ever been around the funny guy in the office because milk is always a bad choice for Eric. Like that. They just quote anchorman brushes. I people say I love lamp, and they're like you go on stage and say I love lamp for a living. But I've seen people where they're like, hey, I quote anchorman. And it's like that's not enough for to be a person. Right. You have to fuck, Jerry. Topical topic. We're going to take. Expensive cream because boy was that topic. Eight hundred followers a whole week, right? We got. Okay. 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'cause I just love how he speaks like variable. Right here on this earth for sure for sure earth here in Hollywood. I like oh, Jack Holly. It's what they call it and someone like you never seen it. Oh, they need that. That. To the show. They steal the Diaw the Hollywood sign, and then everyone just calls it Hollywood for the rest of the show instead of putting the D back. And that's a good show. It's a good. Is it fun? When you sum up thing, you really like and realize you're not selling it. Well, and that they will hate it. No, no, no, no, the horse talks. But as a human body, you know, what sorry to bother you. I feel like they know it's coming in gang. For the games. Yeah. Do we need these instruments, you can grab instruments anytime, I really want? What a this is truly a torture tactic of mine, which is put a phone just out of Christy. She can't use and watch your eyeballs the phone for an hour. Okay. So the first game we're going to play is called before. And after going down. Okay bitch. Blog posts sexist Caleb, sign attacks woman on pie looking at Kyle. When I said writer of boy and drew Barrymore characters taken down. Signing off Caleb. I hope I'm that frequent guests. They lied. If you are doing this leave us a review on I tunes. It says Caleb. Sign is my favorite reoccurred. In how good I did this. It'd be like Dave Ross more go ahead and like Dave Ross Mawr. Yeah. Dave Ross dress for more. Okay. Oh, no. Oh, no. Well, okay. So no one's had writer's. Block in this room. That wasn't a block you had to go wrote. It. So this is before. And after what we're gonna do is like again, I told you we're going to tell you a movie title that is to movie or TV show title smushed together. And you all read you the plot the gas what for instance, if the plot was is when we use every time if the plot was a friendly robot shorts penny stocks to get rich on on Wall Street. It would be the wolf of Wally street. Oh, we we have to get that title title. Oh, wow. Okay. I I lost. A lot of confidence clown though, Olympic good at this. Or that's a good reason to lose confidence. If you're gonna lose confidence, it should be because you think you'll be bad at it. All right. Let's give it a worse. This is the difficult ones. This is this is particularly difficult dish only give a shout out to Janine a fan of the podcast on Instagram who sent in these titles to mean, don't fuck me. I wrote these plots number one. When a tornado rips through Kansas financial planner and his family are forced to relocate to osage beach, Missouri to launder money for the man behind the curtain. The wizard of Ozark. Wow. I haven't really happy shocked by color. What if they're all the wizard of Ozark with different plots up? Like a girl has a dream where she's. There's no place like osage beach. All right. Number two, the world's greatest detective and his we dealer attempt to solve a murder on a European train while a dangerous drug Lord and crooked cop. Chase after them. Cure all of it. Forgot every world's greatest detective and his lead dealer attempt to solve a murder on a European train while a dangerous drug Lord and crooked cop. Chase after them. On that map demon movie. I don't think either of them are Matt Damon movies mission impossible puller express. These seamlessly smashed together of mission impossible polar express. So it's a the world's greatest detective world's greatest detective. And we'd d his we deal to solve a murder on European. Murder on the train on the train express murder. Murder on the pineapple express. However, the teams have combined now that Caleb got walk. Everyone. Everyone's here working together. That shirt gets ten orders. You can have. Okay. Last one. This is this is incredible. Sorry. This one is the incredible. Sit on that for five weeks. Here's the plot. A down on his luck. Male escort starts intense anonymous online relationship, but eventually discovers his online match is actually his business rival. You've got male gigolo. Yes. Bigalow. You've got male gigolo. Teamwork. Dream team. A makes a Pixar it looks like we together. As a team, and you guys got three out of three as a team. Wow. What are we read Caleb? The winner of the game four thousand dollars. If you came in second. Well, I mean, you know, that's great. Well to me you win the right to buy the quite gone with the Jin t-shirt from public dot com slash never seen it. That's right. Fourteen percent off quite gone with fourteen. Sorry. Fourteen percent. Okay. Next game. This. I have no idea how this is gonna go. This game is called rapid fire trivia about a movie where if you've seen the movie, you're definitely going to do probably do better. So what we need for this Caleb to leave the room. All right and Christie's answer twenty questions about a movie. I haven't even asked her if she's seen this movie or not, and then is going to come back in and we're gonna see who can do. Layer visit when I hand out the four thousand dollars. Only on the so exciting. I do I do great under like. Are you either think you have never seen this movie or you love this movie? I just need to pull up the IMDB about the movie real quick. I'm scanning tally now. Just have it be a movie I've seen. It is too late to change kiss. I've seen all right. Is e t. Okay. This is rapid fire trivia about a movie where seeing the movie definitely would help you with the movie the movie is hocus pocus. Okay. Have you seen it? Okay. Twenty questions rapid fire. You can kind of answer, however fest you want are you ready question? One. What year did the movie come out? Nineteen ninety three. Yes. Are you kidding? No. That's right. This is the correct answer. Totally question to name to actors or actresses in the movie Parker about Midlands. Question three named to character names from the movies or banks and. The girl's name or the boy's name over which. You said it like you're going to pull in over on me. No, sorry course, four within five million dollars. What was the budget of the movie? One million twenty eight. Think about the costumes won. Think Syria just maximum late mind about seventy five dollars question. Five within seven million dollars. What was the US gross of the movie with this seven million? But it's no more than seven within seven million. Like got it. Thirty five million. Just your thin seven million thirty nine million question six how long is the movie within ten minutes on one hour and forty two minutes within ten minutes, of course, seven when the sisters find Thackery spying on them. They cast a spell on him his punishment is to live forever living as what? Yes, question eight before their execution. The Sanderson sisters cast a curse that will resurrect them when virgin lights particular candle on Halloween. What color is the flame white opposite? Question nine there's one yet to the SP there's one catch to the spell that brings the Sanderson's back. They must steal another child youth before dawn or else. What happens to them? Oh, they star on. They ate they die. Don't talk yourself out of the question question. Ten on Halloween. Max resurrects the sisters by lighting the candle Binks tells them to take what item from the Sanderson's house before escaping. Broom spill book, the kids think they caught the witches once and for all after they trap in burn them. Wear a school question twelve max. And Allison read in the spell book that this one household item can protect them from zombies and witches oh, something like a sugar. You're right for I'm gonna give it to you. Because you're gonna say salt question thirteen at the last minute max saves Danny from drinking the witches potion by reminding them of the one thing that changed since sixteen ninety three. What's that? I don't know that kids. Close daylight savings time, but you were close with the MGM t song kids. Of course, fourteen after the witches are destroyed what happens to Binks he becomes a boy again joins I'm lane the afterlife. He does great. He might be a boy I haven't seen the movie I'm just going on. We'll see if that's the tiebreaker question fifteen what city is the setting of the movie. Oh, I'll it's in a rural Pennsylvania. Yes. It's a city than guages. Question sixteen what phase of the moon? Does there need to be for the Sanderson sisters to come back from the dead? Yes, question seventeen named something other than a broom the Sanderson sisters used to fly with. Spell book. No, a vacuum cleaner or mop eighteen what kind of candy does the master give out chocolate, but more specific on. Of course, nineteen Sanderson sisters hope to accomplish by sucking the life out of children in Salem. They can say young forever question twenty. What is the cover to win a Fritz unholy spell book made of oh like skin. Yes. Let's see. How you did? That was good. Up there for like the best someone's done onto. Two three four five six seven eight nine ten eleven twelve. Twenty. All right. Let's bring cable Becca and see if he can beat it. I think he's going to do actually what if you straight up destroys it. I've never seen it really. It's it's good. I'm scared that calebs gonna I think he had seen that kilo by think you've seen this movie trying to throw me under the bus now. And I'm actually scared scary as hell is scary. Hell right now. I'm really scared scared. Hill do on the break. Don't have to tell you that throw me off so bad for. Seem like he did something sneaky like all right? So you you can see if you can either beat Kristie score. And if you do you guys work together for it. Good teamwork here with all right Caleb. This is rapid fire trivia about a movie, we're seeing the movie would probably help you with the trivia Christie got twelve out of twenty questions right about the movie hocus pocus not seen. All right Caleb. What year did the movie come out? Oh, ninety six no name to actors or actresses in the movie that midler. Yes. It's all I got. Okay question. Two characters names in the movie which tried to to. I said which bet. No, not quite quick within five million dollars was the budget of the movie twelve million. Now, it is twenty eight million dollars in five within seven million dollars. What was the US gross of though, eighty date million thirty nine million dollars? How long is the movie within ten minutes? Oh ninety minutes. Just that is within ten minutes event range, hoping people just guess an hour question, seven, speaking of easy ones when the sisters find Thackery spying on them. They cast a spell on him his punishment is to live forever as what the toad. No. Can't you're on the right area eight before their execution. The Sanderson sisters whom with we're all familiar cast a curse that will resurrect them. When a virgin lights a particular candle on Halloween. What color is the flame of that candle? Lou. No question nine there's one catch to the spell that brings the Sanderson's back. They must steal another child youth before dawn or else. What happens to them? It turned to stone. Now, they disintegrate like blade villains. Lady Ken on Halloween. Max resurrects the sisters lighting the candle Binks. We all know tells them to tell them to take what item from the Sanderson's house before escaping. Toaster. No. The kids the kids think that they which is the kids think they caught the witches once and for all after they trap and burn them wear in the forest. No question, twelve max. And Allison read in the spell book that this one household item can protect them from zombies and witches, garlic salt, garlic thirteen. Artisanal house. At the last minute Maximes, Danny from drinking the witches potion by reminding them of one thing that has changed since sixteen ninety three. What is that? Change with what the last minute MAC saves Danny from the answer is daylight savings ties it really, yes. Oh question. Fourteen. After the witches are destroyed what happens to Bing. Comes back to life sorta. He dies joins someone in the afterlife. He does you're like worried about banks. Yeah. I am. I got really attached. Okay. Catering. This one you're gonna get this will be your first one you get right? Your second one. What city is the setting for the movie hocus pocus said. With witches with witches Salem. Of course, the sixteen what phase of the moon? Does there need to be for the Sanderson sisters to come back from the dead full? Yes. To roll the rest of them off maim something other than a broom that the Sanderson sisters used to fly with. Plane. I thought it might have been a trick on to back cleaner or. Eighteen what kind of candy bar did the master give out Mars Clark in nineteen Sanderson sisters hope to accomplish by sucking the life out of the children in Salem eternal life. Yes. Twenty. What is the cover to Winifred unholy spell book made of skin? Yes. All my God. Good finisher five five nine. I haven't seen. I haven't seen a five that didn't deserve to be here since maroon. Here's you know. Honestly, was it that everybody's like it was like it was no Marin five being Marin wasn't an assault on my senses on was it in a garlic on your census. I don't know. Why everybody was like furious stakes are so high for the Super Bowl, it's not a normal show. Yes. They do what they always deal. But like this isn't a normal concert the Super Bowl, right? I think whatever wanted was first of maroon five Atlanta. Right. And there's so many great musicians from Atlanta, right and half of outcast was there. I know and you could have animal is not Andre ice cold three thousand never will be. Yeah. It was weird. When he was just with big boy's body. What I really love is. Here's how little big boy wanted to be there. He drove his car to this day. Drove all the way to the stage. He did a verse of a song. Any drove home wonder? It was probably ten million dollars. What are they paid to do that? I don't know. I'm sure I think it's exposure. Honestly, see the super will be in like, we don't or like some insane thing like that. But then they will. But it's yeah, they think they got the Super Bowl is a lot of followers on Twitter, and they'll retweets everything you've been doing if you perform at the halftime show like they're saying for Tom Brady. This is great exposure for him. A lot of his shots around online. Right. And they're saying, you know, if he does. Well, I'm sure that someone will pay him to be a Super Bowl spos- your who knows for these punters. I do think it was the worst Super Bowl show I've ever seen. It wasn't definitely didn't seem like it seemed like that could have been what they threw together in two days where they're like our halftime at cancelled. Can we get Adam LeVine to just come? By I would've made take off his shirt. I would've preferred prints today yet. Like just sort of puppet them up there. Who's like a good one who did good? Good thing ever lady Gaga frigging beyond say, the even like Springsteen was good because he put his dick on that camera. I don't remember last year. Was that lady Gaga? Oh, I don't like Justin Timberlake gonna a mad that he did it before. Janet Jackson got to completely agree. Levine shows nipples not Jackson. Right. And that's all you know. I just don't like Adam LeVine. Yeah. Also, here's a Adam Devine, very nice guy. Very funny guy addition to be on Adam DeVine's house party the stand up show. I say call them, Adam LeVine, do I think that affected my odds. No because my set was not great. Pretty good set. But then the second I left someone's like, you call them Adam LeVine, he wasn't there. Adam Levine's house party? So you were Adam Levine's house party is the same house party. But straight edge. What when did you like during your district? That's good to be here. Adam Levine's house party the way. I casually said it sounded like on purpose called him. Adam levine. Well, maybe next time or maybe next season. Adam levine. House party. That sounds like a reality show, ripping off big brother. Like we bring in singers of a bunch of software. Yeah. You can't call pop rocks because otherwise everyone appointment, Pepsi and die law. Just stealing money from Bank. And you're like parody law fun of this bay not to be confused with the law. If you repeat what someone saying parrot law? Oh, okay. Well, this sounds organic. This is organic as the food. I buy from target. We're gonna we're wrapping up here if we're gonna we're gonna play a little bit of a heads up card game. 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041  Fin Talk 2.0 with Schep and Joe

The Coastal Athlete Program

40:47 min | 2 years ago

041 Fin Talk 2.0 with Schep and Joe

"Welcome to the coastal athlete program, invented by apex? Predator Lennon trains bay survived tomorrow. Now live from shores Monterey Bay. Here's your health. Welcome back to the coastal athlete program. I your host ship joined in-studio as always by Posey. The blue Huska Doral DJ sop survey DJ w eight K a DJ peanut butter and pickles day. Anyway, hope and of course, we are joined by his hairiness the salted of swat the. Coolest poodle, the world's ever seen Huck that talk stir up. Keep looking yourself. Another. It's gonna come out on the Mike. But you're going to hear them I trust. And yes years do not to see you that is the one the only the shredder yeti was remiss knuckle, Mr. moose knuckle, low pro Jo A K A one of my groomsmen, one of my best friends in the entire world co founder of the coastal athlete program. Ladies and gentlemen. Joe Jackson dot welcome back to the show when we get ice cream. I remember, but it's good. It's good. Definitely there's no ice cream. Daines laughing. It's also the rigor. It's great light. Gabby. The wall. Johnny. With the fuck we never seen. So basically, they escape at not all the basically, the friends that bonded that the put the Olympics for the and they snuck out to ice cream that night or something. We're no movie was at the movies. Yeah. I think they went and saw the movie like some movie that came out I snuck out and did this and they came back and as they're coming back in. They caught one of the guys is like, yeah, we ran out to go. Get some screaming quick. We didn't go the movies is this like who the fuck. We. Bee's like. Speaking of a navy tie. Johnny Knoxville former boasted may in the United States navy how about Johnny Knoxville leave us. What else would be? Why mean considering what happens in Odio one which is deca parliament like that's pretty much jackass? Like, yes. About three quarters of my time there in the back of my head. I could hear that. Now. Member of. Throwing weights at people and hitting each other with boring lines like it's a penis. Yeah. That was. Hit each other in the with the boring. Live is I am black. I never liked all hit me in the junky. Now now now to take it's not funny. It's not funny, and I don't play with you. So I expect you not to play with me. But if you hit me, I will definitely find you and trying they're nuts. This just blowing the marines. It's like look like I have the training of forage played thank yous to my advantage. Think about this nine in wealth for you and glowing sticks. So. So in addition to having Joe in CEO and both the dog. So we're actually here today because we're gonna be talking about a subject that everybody loves early dogs dogs. Yes, he's something that some people have almost as much as dogs if anyone loves more than dogs. That's cool. But you know, finding new podcast. Just kidding. Kill your friends. You can find us on patriotic patriot dot com slash coastal athlete program. Subscribe now support us on our continued mission. We're gonna talk about today. Kind of hope for fanfare there. Stay stop. Tuck. Oh. Before we get to deepen the subject. I wanna tell you about a he has that. Joe just brought me the are beautiful. They are I guess you would call this diarrhea Brown is that fair. Yeah. You know, it's cut that. Desert S Brown must rust dole offer whether random names can make for shiver. Yeah. They're gorgeous, though, they they look very similar deduct feet. They're designed by the company sports way. That's like sports ways. And the brand it self will before we get to the name of the fin their size super extra large made in the USA. Both of these things have quotation marks around them, which makes me wonder like made in the USA super extra large. I the the fins are actually called work offense, which is very very cool giant super touched wonder, if that's a licensing thing for you t I wonder if that's exactly what that was like they printed all these fins and somebody was like you have to call. It's on it. And so they just stay up the quotes. I wonder if that's what it was. 'cause they looked like they were done after the initial bringing we're gonna post pictures of this Instagram. So you guys will be able to let us know, please. If you know anything about these fins, send me information on social media or Email GPS at coastal athlete, program dot com. Joe how'd you find these things a little bit about? So you know, cruise EBay pretty regularly for fence the magic popped up on member. What actually search to find orca fits when you I said, I cruise I was like. Ebay. Debretts out the breadth out. Sorry, it's good to see. I missed the suspense is guilty. Dog licking himself of the ball. Well, I mean, I wasn't going to bring up the fact that Takis semi pleasure himself. This episode is definitely going to have an NS w label. Go ahead. You were saying. Offer of saying EBay families on their Florida times all bid on Finns under certain price ranges. And I basically just say fuck it. If I get it for dollar over with they're asking, cool, if not then that'll get it. And sometimes Apple's like I kinda lucky on these ones. So that case nice, a certain Drexel, they instantly thought of a PA and George Paul Shipley here the orca himself his own spirit animals like escort spins. I probably may have a great wedding gift. And you know, maybe like a year later, you might get. These are awesome. I love it. And I really appreciate it. I think the thing that I find the coolest about it is it is a continuation of something we've talked about before which is the dump foot design and why I'm so passionate about it. Because there's something very cool about this. When you see the finish. It's not there's not a lot of new tech to it. But it's just as to work, and I think that's bad as it works. Very, well, it's very much a UT which slowly defied and some branding put on. Yeah. So I guess the real question is because I don't want to swim with these are the the other details that I recovered the question will be like how where do I display them? How do I I'm gonna have to build some kind of nice display cause I'm starting to have a pretty impressive collection. Computer fins thick. We might have a retrial friend. We could possibly ask what how he displays his fins term Nick talking about John Nick has a pretty good little display. But John has pretty sweet little rack that somebody made him. I don't remember exactly who he would be good. Yeah. I got that. When this comes out and ask them, he would be there are some people in fin community Danny that have like these really were Nate like showcase pieces for their fence. That makes yes. Which is something that Joe in our kind of working towards but for someone like me this is perfect for that. You know? I've always thought you would was like one it's Dal's something with like a little bit of round nece to not some nuts. So sharp for my cut the rubber on eventually time. That's what I thought. I thought about some nice allegis to Marika when would and I like the idea of cutting side pieces. So that one fin sits this way in one fin since the other way, so their next reach other. So that the heal itself has no pressure in. It's just slight tense lers Frank through the rail. Does that make sense like showcase, but you know, that's down the road. I also love the idea of doing a like almost like a box with no glass, like shadow box for your wall. That has no glass and having it be. I mean, not with these collectors items, but I would love to have something like that like John as that showcases fins. He uses all the time. There's something really cool. The utility -tarian aspect. You know, usable arc make sense. It's pretty cool as this is a nebulous world Finn world, and I don't know very many people who have more than Joe jaws either. Well, over two hundred years until downplay that play the also may be, you know, offloading sometimes pretty sharing the wealth of what I've starting to learn what the collecting game is. You know, if you love it, you gotta let it go. See post back to you. Though peek behind the curtain for for the audience before we talked about this on the air. I asked Joe, and he said, I don't wanna be perceived as like hawking my wears through show and said, I get that the flip side of it is that you have this like epic collection of stuff like Joe has very special editions in all types of duplicates of all crazy stuff. And it was like if you were ever going to sell it and share that resource with people like our audiences probably going to be some of the people who are the most interested in it. And that's not us like out here with a Cup China trying to you know, I mean, let's face it. We already asked for us to support us on patient on and someday someone's going to. Five minutes. They've you'll pitching. L dollars a month. One cafe lot less than a cafe lots. If you're California. But like in. But when when you start to like at the history of these fans when you start to see these pieces of art that have allowed people to live a life in the ocean experience things and see things you really becoming part of this bigger picture. Like, yeah, why not when you decided to start to shave down in a collection. My not give other people who appreciate it for what it is the first opportunity to preserve it. You know, amicable says that about classic cars says like more of a duty to preserve it than it is a luxury of having it as far as he sees it. Yeah. I believe that I've had some of the blessed with some of it also now can share the wealth. Now, the other people have been protecting me for things help some lately snowball into then it's like, okay? I don't need to keep over a hundred person fans he'd probably trim this Dowell. So keep some of my really fun stuff like it out on. I will keep some of that some of what's a good team. What's it? Good example of a really deep cut. One recently coming across is a set of like. Ornstein of viper. Visa now. How rare is that just for perspective FARs, I understand. There's only two pairs in existence that I know of at Fred one of that there are for the Simpson. The founders of maker. Extraordinarily is affiliated with a exist. He hasn't to meet yet. Maybe he will one day. If I have a pair of my ass. So Joe Joe's collection is like pretty at. I mean, he has he has the standard stuff. He has all the boxes that you can check. But like a certainly collectors collectors like certain the feet that are certain colors that are invading certain years that are really gig out on because I feel like I liked the drought or softness of the rubber. And it's really cool. I also get out ca some of them are actually my size. That's like a force finding stuff like that actually my size. That's what I try to retain the beyond try to share of people. It's kind of fun. And this is this is like a parishable resource right because when the rubber becomes dried and craft. That's it right principles and the founder individual of Verson fans that we love so much. He said that this rubber stuff isn't organ comment. Like, it's truly really organic that you can slowly suck the life out of it. And you don't get it back in. So you couldn't like melt down. Mike Rozier fan and remote something else. I don't know because of the Volkan ization process to make things fits more like this. You can't you know, how you can you can take care of leather you can keep rubbing moisture into it. You can't do that. With rubber? You cannot like you can't fly anything topically. You can you can apply like silicones and things like that in seal it so now seal, but that won't that's not a permanent fix that too. Will give out eventually does that make sense so long since last if you use it often really depends on the temperature that are stored where the reused that how you clean them after you use D leave your car to the sun are the hot or really cold Hurley treated, basically his or some like he's had from the forties. Fifties sixties that look brand new. I think it's all the forties or fifty side of that. And those things just it's amazing how well the rubber looks new and quality used compared to subjects that are less than a decade all the slip trash and like just like the ever. Been in a car manufacturer a long time ago a hundred years ago, I communist action nineteen forties car manufactured in the eighties manufacturer today link. We see the volume of plastic and all the other things that have come and gone to be able to like swim fins give you a really affordable way. 'cause whereas surfboard a collector surfer could cost thousands of dollars. Collectors fins tend to be fairly reasonably priced. You know in a very not going to set the ranger now. But there there will under the thousand dollar Mark. So because much more feasible to have collection as an amateur. You know what I'm saying? They also twelve sir. Four takes up a lot more space than Ted versus look at actors, but from like a resource perspective. Like, for example, in the backyard old fins that are no longer in use. I will drill a hole on fence host and hang up, right? If you were to go and look at a pair of Churchill's that were manufactured in the nineteen eighties today. The availability of something as normal as a natural gum Rutter that changes the stuff that gets put into the fin changes the texture the changes the wear life experience of the person for that Finn. The color of the federal convict take that the color the color of fed can dictate draw their circulars, you just can't get certain rollers out of because of the dying coder nations. That are added to the road. What is what is it? What is Durham her mean such roller is a psych measurement number two describe the softness of material and material? We're talking about these foods rubber. So we're talking about the softness of the rubber. So how hard is the rubber? How soft is over. It's based on the scale. I think what you're talking about skateboard wheels drunk. Yeah. The easiest like point of reference for most people to scape word wheels. If you think about traditional skateboard us state or I'm gonna take the Rick Rick Howard approach here. Not preferred that as short word. Those are hard those range between ninety two hundred five drama, and like, for example of your bombing hills. Right, or if you're writing Vert, you tend to wanna harder firmer Garonor. I'm sorry. If you're bombing hills. You ride firmer Dorada 'cause it will be more resilient as well. Meaning that it will like maintain its shape at faster speed under higher load. It will be able to last longer takes longer aware down hired Rauner wheel harder to flat spot supposedly. And this things will sort of by contrast to kind of wrap that up along words wheels will be between sixty to eighty five and that'd be like those big clearer wheels. They're softer. They're very grippier. The board doesn't skid out, you know, and it has more surface area. So swim fins supposedly around sixty range. A how much above? Below that. Depending on what brand it is. If it's the blade of words out on the fin not on gum reader yet. Fins or engine neared where you're something. The blazer stiffer the football are softer, and that's different rubbers injected all throughout that that accents. And like, for example, if you look on these fins there are three stiffener 's, right? You have your aside rails? And then you have your center rail. So the foot pocket is generally the area that you wanna have the most give for comfort which gives you the opportunity to where all day, whereas like, you I prefer to prefer stiffer blade and tip part is the blade. Sheep listeners apply. Like this guy. Your guarantee there's at least half are listening right now. Yeah. We don't have. So the blade is what I describe this the horizontal plane of the fin it's basically if your foot is flat on the ground to blame would also be flat with the ground. It's minding between the split rails the side rails yet. It's like the web. Good words. I've applied to describe it. And Joe wide is Kip. Stiffness matter the blade Syphis or the real tip. So I'll the this when hydrodynamic about tip blade. But now the tip of the blade really only matters when we're talking about surfing, not necessarily swimming, right? Because if the tip is stiffer than the webbing than the wedding can flex monistic to the words used the leading can flex as you go down the surface of a wave. But the tit indicates how that water leaves the thin does that make sense. So if that waters rooster tailing behind you actually, also creating resistance as opposed to something stiffer, which can kind of serve think about it as the wing on the back of a car, the generates downforce designing sense. That's why like MS vipers have a particular way of surfing down the face of a wave because of the sheep of the fin it evenly distributes the pressure. So the tip moves fairly evenly. But like something like duck feet will usually. Have a lot more give between the toes. Can give you more control. But it makes it significantly more comfortable for moving around and kicking and stuff like that. That makes sense. Like, the other thing to think about is that the tips that the intensity of the Finns blade as well as the tit dictates pressure and exertion you have to use to generate will Mendham, right? So stiffer blade. We'll have a stronger return per exertion, but it's also significantly less comfortable, especially if you're not used to it or conditioned. Also, the rail design side rules stabilisers organ, call I call rails, those matter when it comes to the stiffness of the v the design of those shape. Those those off flexing different ways of those will give different feelings and foot of the fed. Basically what I mean by foot by foot inside. That makes trouble. Do you put your bare feet because I felt it doesn't feel that comfortable to the actually these are these orchestra frills. Soft rubber awesome. Yeah. There's a lot different schools thought on this. Joe you wanna hand listener. So for me what I do I have summer and winter fits by suffer fits padding. In a basically it's joke, we've established that you have over one hundred pairs of fins, you have fins for everything he has the things that I wear on equinoxes. These are the bins that I wear that fourth of July win Saturday. Mercury retrograde. These are my baseball player successfully completed assisted triple play yesterday thins you'll these once, but they're really triple crown. For twenty cents. You're like, I think care if it's did you have them you have. Daily kluber. I normally have a set the actually padded up the Subir new pre material. It's basically what sue material it's just flat. Fabric sense. And I just colluded to my fins. I put it around the heel and on top of the so on top of your foot on the bottom part of the pocket on the inside. And to me that makes it super comfortable, but it's not warmest setup. Sometimes in the winter, I were booties, and I were movies without like rubber sole on is just neoprene sock innocence and were those in effect in usually the sizing sometimes a little different depending on the model of offend. So for me, those are my two now there are so people that were like an actual combat boot or converse shoes in their boots in Rennes. Yeah, there's some people that were like actual dive booties that are like boots and shoes. What did you worship? What you do? What have you done? What do you do? I wore deep-sea dad Moody's with my jet fans is in. Eighty and I have any like there is a lot about booties that I'd like now that I'm married go back to work again because I don't care about looking cool any more. Because like the thing about movies is that it's really nice that no matter what situation you're in your sensually, wearing shoes I've not tried to be at all all all Mont Altima makes a conversion shoe. I've done my swims with the Oakley LS boot. Which is in interviews food that has drainage designed to slip in with Moody's early into your Finn. But Altima are all makes like converse lookalike boot that also has a cut out. So it's designed to flex the tow. A really scaled up version haven't done that one ninety nine point nine percent of the time. I'm barefoot I will never wear neoprene socks tried to do it a pair when I met. Joe, I think it feels gross. If I'm wearing Belise need a need, some kind of a soul in them. Because otherwise they're not serving the purpose of my body's fairly good with the col- like within a millisecond of jumping in yesterday. I was like, oh, yeah. I forgot. What I'm like, not call. I'm my my face my hands McFee. I'm good like I've always been pretty good at that stuff. So I prefer to run either my vice have no padding. But my v sevens. Joe did did you do it? Or is it the stint? It has top hats on my V seven of black trim their standard. Yes. I have the standard on v sevens. I like clips and then I've had in the past. I like to have a padded heel strap because it's more comfortable, and I've also found the paddock he'll straps make the fin float higher. So they pulled off they're easier to recover the survey area. And usually like I like to read he'll Pat or or in she'll to make like one more. Hi viz component. But in general like neither of the two that I've been rocking. Lately. Have heel pads? Had a great pair MS Jove padded up. Sadah got washed away. Well, one got washed away. The other one was was the award for the first ever chum chunk champion. Come challenge champion. I guess to answer your question like by. I always prefer minimalist approach. Like, Joe has how many Finns are in your right night. You say in the van right this second five her Vince UD UT's v seven's imus's. Doc feet in. And we we did this last time last year around this time Joe had like between twenty of the twenty percents. End the Geordie of a summer in winter wherever working quiver for me the as balancing to way, more between so Cala workout. And last this time last year. I had four pairs that was rocking ours. Rocking a pair of the saddens pair of five for Duffy ER sports and this year like that the the only that I've really warn in the last six to seven months is verified Kirby seven now. I haven't been surfing very much. But when I went out yesterday, I got five because. I really. I really liked the aesthetic of the viper. I love the history of the brand. And there's something about like, I just really like I'm being total brand bit right now. But I just really like feeling that connection to the west culture to the idea of a thin. That's what one hundred percent designed to be efficient and not designed necessarily be comfortable. Does that make sense? I really like the power, and quite frankly, I trust them, which is huge like the less up to speed. I n like I'm sure in a few weeks after served another ten times. I'll start working other stuff in this win this summer. I wanna use a pair of dolphins Perv dolphin cut fins all summer fill those where Churchill style also wanted his heavily claimer that all of my are either out of service right now. Dude, it other people wearing them, not straps. Breaking budgets, the apprentice get relief. I just haven't done it or other people have the Yuccas still. Yeah. And I got this. If I had regular soft or hearts, every rock all three my daily quiver padded in a padded type of you're a really looking forward to the possibility of Savita by Keith out on Instagram, yucca V SIMS. Yeah. Two seven inch blades who it is scribe it. That's I don't know what they're actually named go. Yes. They're yucca fins with seven inch plates. I've grassing them for a while about those. He has to do an if he doesn't do an TRE Steph. I'll be pretty set. He probably will I in trying to bug him about colors. I've heard much yet. But I need the by a panel. You don't else's crazy did like we did this last year. I would be like murder murder out when in doubt murderer out. Right. And by clarify fives are yellow. Not. Because that makes a big difference. I like the stiffer of their fins in the past. I would have said murdered out like all black Finn. But you know, now, it's like I just wanna be able to find things easier. If they pulled off and in a weird way now that I'm starting to do more surf guitar fee, which is something I'm starting to get into US can follow that on coastal athlete, program dot com and on Instagram more cognizant of the aesthetic that you cut as you fall down the face of a wave. So I'm going to try and play around this summer, you know, hopefully with some some different fin types and see if I can get a specific return terms of the visual component that make sense. Yeah. Totally makes I know for me. I have a list of colors that I want in some fence so color combinations. You know, like naval academy colors. You know was at navy blue and gold is the new blue light ver- masses. Look pretty ridiculously sexing. Liz, pretty cool. What might right by blue-fin? I wouldn't mind, you know, the old school duck feet that are we call high column revere Brown lack like Gummer of mock it that's ruled dark brownish color that black Belaid. That'd be pretty cool. There's feeder for color combos. I wanna find. Yeah. It said if one of the coolest things about like being defense is that it is approachable you can find a pair really reasonably and I can't believe I'm gonna give away. I've already talked about on the show you places like played against sports and find just jammed. Especially when you live in serve community, and if you're ever visiting surf community like make pilgrimage mega pill were pilgrimage played against sports. And you may find a pair of fins there were twenty bucks to them that are worth infinite amounts. That's how I found. My my black fans thrift stores also sometimes have the innovation vs. Yeah. Actually in the beach place where people elderly people pass away in their garages. Get cleared up because that's something that nobody cares about pulling accepted people who care about it. And it's really cool to get to be part of preserving it, you know, and we're doing that here. Speaking of which we wanted to remind everybody that we are currently accepting your support on patriot patient dot com slash coast Lampley program, we we would love to have your support to help us continue. Sticks in you to develop the show developed content of also to be able to go on location and do things and one thing that we've been playing around with started recording new segments. We haven't released any yet. But Danny sit down, and we kinda talk about what's going on in in coastal conservation news and wild wildlife news, but we have a very limited amount of space that we get to publish on every month with our with our hosting agent. So, you know, we get some more support on patriot on that would be awesome. In terms of giving us the power to release more content in Danai have no nothing but time to make him happy. Just tell us what you want. That's got source content. So much content of repellents. It's like a content avalanche of reviewed confident. Turning. This is Terry quickly along. The somehow the dogs have managed to say. So Cutler closing notes. We are going to be teasing it throughout the rest of the next couple of weeks. But we Joe set down and did a real deep dive on on kind of our friendship history of cap, but also are experiencing adding service dogs working with with our dogs working with each other. And what it's been like, and and it's going to be a multi part series. It's going to be one of those things that we're going to be really excited to roll out. We're gonna try to make some excerpts out of the stuff that we have already will roll that out for you guys in the next couple of weeks deigning Yuban absolutely killing the fucking game on the show in Q a loved love your cut last week with well, we're really getting their Sierra more questions about fence yet. One more one more dumb question that I have from the beginning wanna know to dump bushes questions on that's your. That's that's not entirely what. Even ask them. Or one. We are in a lot of problems right now. Because people have been raised to believe there are no dumb questions. But what does you team guest like MS chance for underwater, demolition teams? The preceded the navy seals. They were frogmen, but unity is also the name of the longer version of the duck feet, which was developed for the tease post road where to entering the Korean war. Which is when we think that those fins you see out in the garage from. Okay. So the Joe your until the story about that real quick, which was was about how the seals got into it. Unity's will the Swinton history commercial fins? Basically, I Marshall Finn was Churchill came out that was to build a coarsely done foreward or two for the frogmen UT teams underwater demolition team, you're fairly short. They're only about five blades. Right. Yeah. They're symmetrical inch blade on the inside. Five inches on the outside of together. It looks like a dolphin tale. So these team guys that did help below obstacles prints swam in with these fins will they taking cheats, vulcanized rubber and making these as much fifth-floor became five Finns will first thing they said when they got back they wanna longer or powerful diving fin swimming fin so a agai Arthur Brown came up with the side fin concept, the duck foot, and he doubted that to make a really big giant one to basically use of dining fit you can wear booties with them. And that's too early yet. UT giant thing of like Caesar and base on that's on cocky, the premature. It's easy. That's different. Enough governors. Didn't get sued for me, they probably have a felony. The inertia did an incredible history on feet on well servants in general. We've referenced before the show will make sure to put it in the show notes this week. But they have this great old ads that he's running magazines that have saved and it shows the four or five different variations of the duck feet that they released based at that time like a longer blade was the unity. There's the duck foot short of a next each one. They showed somebody like they drew somebody using something very different so those well, the the of the ad article the article, you're talking about swollen article for that for you tease Duckie. So it could be swell lines as well. We'll we'll look at. We'll put in shown it'll be there. Just click on athlete. Here Hikone is arguable that will be the show to that of unity during the. History. We'll have a little bit here. But if you guys aren't aren't hip to it since he's starting we're actually doing show nounce and thanks to a new partnership with our hosting agency. We are in the process of getting transcripts of all of our episodes uploaded onto the website. Now, it is an AI bay system. 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Coral Courts Radio Hour: Fathers Day 2019

Deep Dish Radio with Tim Powers

1:07:00 hr | 2 years ago

Coral Courts Radio Hour: Fathers Day 2019

"Welcome back to the coral sports radio hour, Tim powers. This is my radio show is my gift to you right here on the deep this radio podcast feed today is my Father's Day, episode when I say my Father's Day up, so that means this episode, he's from Unidad Bob powers. This is free. You are going through some hidden now and then fighting the good fight, and as much as I can help make it easier or just be there him. And so what I've done is I've put together a this. The musical little tidbits out there that bond, my father got powers. Leeann, hopefully, we'll finding entertainment, especially if you are my so without further ado, let's dig in. Ball game. You're gonna make me. Made me. Ball. The. Tackett. Why? You ought to see. Has gone. Online. Jazzman the funny papers. We all know. He lives back a long time ago. Don't nothing thought of do. Well, this cat's name is. Got us show. That's a junior. Why dinosaur? Antiquing double your head before you count. Fao got a big ugly club. And I had. How? Green? Ryan Sanders leave. The toughest man alive. Close from Wildcats. He's the king of the jungle. Jungle them off of the streets. Novocain raging Mazdas dad there. The cat log. They know that. Scooter. Man get. The toughest man there is a lie. West coast, while. The king of the jungle Gye. Look and then caveman co. These so is finding. Right. By Donna, sow. Show is hit, Amy happy fathers. Did you wherever you are? And if you are my father if you're listening, I certainly hope you are, how you dead alleyoop legendarily, the first rock and roll song, played on, on fifty thousand lot blow torch, Chicago power W, L S. And one of the first things I did. When I moved to LA was make sure that I told my dear father that I had stood at the corner of Hollywood and Argyle because Hollywood Argyle's is the name of the group that put out. Alleyoop before that the little GTO, and of course, kicked it all off with the legendary legendary beside from the kinks, bald headed woman, apparently, a blue standard that has been covered by a lot of British blues bands, but that one looms large in our legend. So we're going to stick with it. There is a lot of music that I have to play for my dad and hope this brightens your day wherever you are. And I hope you play it has often as possible. I will tell you that growing up, my father gave me wonderful, wonderful advice. If you don't own a washer dryer, never spent a quarter keep those things 'cause they come in handy, and never eat spaghetti and ribs in public. And of course, this most important piece of advice. He frequently told me gain rooms gain. Skein roller skate about blow hurt. Game skate and above. Can be happy a few mind to you can't take shower in a parakeet. Parakeet take us out a pig and be happy few mine, too. But you mind. Down. Swimming. Can go swimming. Mccain swimming baseball. At bit view. The mine too. The game change the kid back change them with head on back James with the kid back, but you even be happy if you mind to can't around the and, and drive around the car. Can't tagger but you can be happy if you mine too. Oh, god. Buckle down way. And roller skate about again roller skate and above. Oh. Can be at bit view of mine, too. You can't go fishing watermelon. Go fishing back the gate. But you can be happy view mine, too. About flow. Over scape heard. Sold the thing coming out of the sky by the one horn, one big, I ca-, Mr. shaken in the city. Purple people. Eat to me it was a one one horn flying people. One porn tying people. Sure, look strange to me. In the treaty. I said, Mr. purple people don't eat me. I heard him say boy, sue, I were Gary are. Doc. Own horn flying people. Assure strange to me. People what? People. And that's not the reason the game. On room. Pitching cold on Bicknell old blind. People. People decide to see. Swung from the truth. Emit on the on started really rocking. It was a crazy. The swing. Bombo line of Incheon. Bye. Five decide to see. Nobody nobody last night on the TV show was blowing I oughta really. Music from the porn and his. The. Really going out with. Look recons now let's ask. This is a true Betty's wearing your rain. Is that banging on the piano? I don't know you going out with tonight. You betcha firt by the way, where did you? One day loan. Spun at the picture. Yes. May see. Came back. I don't care. Dying. Fine. Tell one. Crew? Got it. Dive. Got there. I it was all on those again. Twenty looking. On the street. All the. One. Also. Good. We. On. You ain't nothing but a mean school ru. White fang. Your Amine doll. You're always the. I love you just the same. You're still big and mean scary. You're so overgrown, Harry. Hang you're always concerned. Love you just the same. The neighbor's yard always berry end the neighbors. Always knocking down a neighbor's house your dog. It makes a man feel like. You ain't nothing mean. White FANG, your remained, all but to really are keen, so love you just the same. No two Bill. Gonna play guitar. On. Don't pick a never heal. Always digging up the neighbors. Always in the mayor's. Always knocking down a neighbor's house your dog. It makes a man feel like. You ain't nothing better mean. Paying your remained. To really are a king. So a love you just the same do. You're being. But I just. Soupy sales and white fag and fakes that for by my appreciation of all things silly. If this proves nothing it's that you and I can be awful silly. Sometimes, you know, reprieves records, put out that soupy sales album, and you'll be surprised to know that reprise record was actually founded by Frank Sinatra himself that's Franks record label and, and the masters of the wrecking crew backing up soupy, and, and white FANG, and bad. Gotta love it. It's the coral courts radio hour. This is my father's day's special. And my special show, just for my dad high. It hope you dig amistad, I really have you have listened from probably the very first moment, I ever opened the microphone and broadcast publicly. You have always been there. And I think it's time you had your own. You program that you didn't program this. But you kinda did before soupy, the detergents with with leader of the laundromat, detergents, led by fella named Ron, Dante, who you might also recognize as the voice of the RT's, that's his voice on sugar sugar. And he went on to produce several platinum albums for for folks throughout seventies sold. Run. Dante who's actually on tour right now touring. The Archie of all things before that the great shock, Woolley one eyed one horned fluff purple people eater and, and Roger Millar, who will probably be revisited later in the show with a great piece of advice, you can't roller skate in a buffalo herd. And as I was researching this show, I found out that actually Johnny Knoxville famous jackass and, and stunt fool actually tried to release skated a buffalo herd. Well, if you get a chance, go to you. Tube and plug in Johnny Knoxville roller skate in a buffalo herd. It, it ends exactly the way that you think it is happy, Father's Day, dad. Here's some more stuff money. Well, that's darn good life. And it's kind of funny Lord made the big in the bean made the Honey bee looking. Nicole honeycomb? Together. In the ones we phone in the honeycomb. A million made my baby. They gotta hang ahead of these phone top. Cole be anyway. Darned alive. When you got what? Like the Lord said to me defeat goal or regaining. Against you. Been willing to burden. They waited all around the spring, every that Verdy singing in the ones we four Honey, Honey being. Vima. Gotta hang piece phone in talk Hanako high being. Hanako. Darn when you go to what luck cold. Hello. Made. Gone around. Sounds about sweet thirty. Guess ago to call in love and roam everywhere love from here. Ready? Little. To be the big. Gotta hang these phone. Talk comb. Comb, honey. Darn good life. When you got one. Tulan down the highway doing seventy nine I'm a twin pipe top five eight. That was that a rich stop. If you fans and I'm just a solid mess of calm tuition. Never never never gonna speed again. The blood to me. My rod bought a quarter of nine gotta make Nick with that mind process. Centerline menu gotta make time. Trans, you know, man, I got the cutting income Pollution's never never, never gonna speed again that used to me, Bruce Soma throttle meet up, but I'm writing daddy with real. I'm going to pass on Ila hit. You, you, my corpse chuckles our math. Ever never gonna speed again for the crimson begins drinking. I'm I can fly over everything everything inside. There's a little poking cat. I'm gonna Pat him. Transfusion real going, and that's on the ever never never gonna speed again. The cleric Barrett rolling down the mountain on rainy day. All when you see come and better start to pray up the road. And I'm the boss all the way. Trams you know dot pardon me for this. Crazy intrusion. Never never never gonna speed again. Pump the fluid and me. I'm burning up the freeway early on. I am everybody on nothing. But corn man out of my way, I don't drive on my horn. You know nurse. I'm going to make a new resolution of never never never gonna speeding bullet gallon, Indiana. Oh, barnyard driving her founded two classes, line, crowding Hogson, speeding jackass. So we'll remember to slow down. Meek type. Oh boy. With the count. That's what kept fold being. Say this cap. They ran into an. Almost. What? Dust. Slap was something never. As command. Now, listen. Say no flu. I guess going with the bakery. Giant. Pause colorblind. That. His. In the middle of two. This place called. Tobacco. Save somebody rich. But. The names. Is your home? Another exciting episode in the life of the most fantastic crimefighter the world has ever known. It is Saturday night in Midland city, the Wanguo, your walks through the deserted halls of city. Hello, shelving, her supposedly winged warrior calling two o'clock in the morning. What is it we warrior? I wonder if you could help with a small problem I have did you fall in your chicken cave again? Although I'm calling from a pay telephone in the Carter of study hall is in city hall close for the night. Then why are you? Are you locked in a locked? Hello. How did you manage that? While I was drawing crack my lost miniature homing device. What my miniature homing device. You know, it makes that beep sound well, the beeps led me here because the must've left, my miniature holding device, the Commissioner's best this morning as a matter of fact, that's just where I found right on the Commissioner's. Hello, I'm here. Are you going to call someone opened the front door for me? That won't be necessary. I using the pay phone beside the door. All right. Check the ledge. Right. Above the door. You'll find a key all fine. Yes, I'm doing that right now is miss helping drive floor. Yes. However, I have my utility laser light good for, you know that it's powerful be of neutron charged. Light them with find key in a jiffy miss, helping are you smoking now but I'm a bit. You are like your left wing your left wing implant, your wings wing wire really going this time he flap of loving plumbing keeping up all the player. Building. They're on the way of swell all to flapping wonderful. We'll the sirens awaken the Commissioner with fire department. Let chicken man burn, as they threatened less time will city halls fire insurance rates go up again. Listening tomorrow for another exciting episode in the life of the most fantastic crimefighter the world has ever known. Never. And. People have been asking me to do all favorites on the show. Tonight. The thing pizza song, we won't do that for a while yet. Everybody is, you know. All right. I'm sorry. I didn't mean sixty one degrees beyond the let's be happy. Here's the first of all these we celebrate. Third. I'm tom. I saw my. And was. Chain? Me. Australia. Ron. John. Why? Promise. That. On that. That. That. Why? Main dig that crazy chick. Sean. Sean. Sean. Sean. Sean, sean. It's the call sports radio. Our fathers day special, high add hope this is bringing a smile to your face as you fight the good fight proudly. And. Just watching swing and so proud of the fight, you're finding. Let's. What an amazingly, silly much of music we have we have collected here for you today. Jimmy, Rogers honeycomb her just thinking billion times, nervous nervous, of course, with transfusion the Kingsman gave us jolly green giant, the Nashville teens with tobacco road. And of course, an episode of chicken man, and then the great dick Biondi makes an appearance. His first appearance on the coral courts radio hour with a song. I just discovered called the pizza song. Well, if you stuck through that you're brave. Thank you very much for that Sam sham. Wow. Willy willy finally making an appearance halfway through the coral courts radio hour. You knew it was only a matter of time before showed up, and, you know, hard it is to find a song that will follow Willie bully, the only one I can think of to do it was was short shorts and it wasn't short short song. You don't usually it's being short shorts on these are these episodes are a lot easier to plan because traditionally. I play longer songs. But these are a minute and a half two minutes, two and a half minutes long and, and I am relying on top forty radio trading to, to, to play through some of the stuff there's a lot more music coming. Tease, real fun. She's fine. Well, save my pennies and save my don's. Friend. Nothing can catcher nothing. When take to really son. She always turns in the fastest time. Bee doo. Four. Nothing can catcher nothing and smartphone. List off. There is and the nuts. They. Not s style. Really? Fist in fiscal. Have you? It's the river air is on the courts radio hour doing a medley of their hit California sun. I don't know why you love the surf songs that growing up on the banks of the cat cay river. Like you, did I'm sure you never ever stripped in the river, because you can't. But before that Janet dean surf city and the beach, boys, four nine psalms, that you off oft repeat, and I suppose, it makes sense that one would have an affinity for songs of California when songs about your area sounded like this. Nope. Make. Fake that said. Sarkan today on the pitch today today. Come on. Am I felt? Concept. I'm just sitting in vacant lot with the bird sitting on my head. I'm just sitting men if they can. Occurred sitting on my head. With two will worldwide have done to me. Long. If someone's arm. On in at three. 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2021-02-23- KSR - Hour 2

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2021-02-23- KSR - Hour 2

"This is david stockton. Stockton mortgage official mortgage provider for cash are headquartered in kentucky with local service local decisions. We've been helping people finance homes for twenty years and we would like to help you to purchase or refinance if you've not taken advantage of these. Historically low rates could be missing out on substantial savings. These low rates will not last forever so go to stockton dot com or call. Eight eight eight nine one. Four two two seven six to get started in us number eight two thousand nine. Equal housing lender talk radio. Ten eighty welcome to our two of kentucky. Sports radio presented by stockton mortgage. Now here's matt jones. Everyone hour number two sports radio five to five seven. One eighty mike. It's gonna be a beautiful day here. In louisville hope it is wherever you are text machine sensitive in two thousand four five to four. You know the moment. I started talking about conspiracy theories shade and got some interesting tax mess. Them up the pot. The amount of people that have real anger towards bill gates is really. I didn't know he was hated. Well just come look at these messages. What what are they saying. I mean light. Bill gates just a variety of things. I mean i think just people assume the worst of him folks are showing like sending me that he's buying all this farmland and saying see but see what he's he's somebody he believes. He's one of these people. He's a big climate change person so he believes that we beating synthetic meat. And so he's like using this farmland to try to promote that which i'm not gonna ever be probably a synthetic meet person but i understand why they do it. I mean it's not for me. And here's the thing if people don't buy it shannon the farmland will be worthless and he'll go away it's like the market's gonna decide. I know that makes me sound like a conservative. But it's true. The market will decide whether people want synthetic meat. I don't know if they do or not. One person writes matt. The tipping point of our culture occurred when the tv show jackass debuted. That's when everything changed and we started celebrating stupidity. Steve o's fought johnny knoxville. So i'm not gonna lie to you. Drew that show is funny to me and if culture went down then i think it was worth it because that show provided me a lot of laughs over the years. Oh yeah. I was obsessed with that show friends and i even made our own version got jackass four coming out here soon very excited. Oh there's another one. Yeah oh it's a big deal right now. Sam bam got kicked off. He's not even going to be in the movie. Get kicked off set. Why did you do actually put out a video. That i got kicked off jackass for being jack asses news very upset about it but now i mean seen stevo lately now he was on a show with steve austin the dude just looks he looks put together like he was literally pieced together and he probably is. Because he's going. I mean they're all probably in their mid the late forties. Now that's probably right. I mean they're all i mean i. I saw johnny knoxville at the derby. A couple years ago and he looked old. I mean not old but he looked older than than what we all remember him as a white beard. Now steve o's forty-six johnny knoxville turns fifty. And a couple of weeks. You got me. your body. Can't deal with that stuff. I wouldn't think now right. You can't be breaking every bone and stuff. I think he'll be year old man doing that. Same thing but then again we see ryan. He's fifty years old because there's all kinds of things all right well. Let's talk about chris mack video. We now have drew here. The person who released it yesterday chris. Mack had a press conference. He apologized for. It wasn't really clear what he apologized for. It seemed like to me. The thing he was most sorry about was potentially upsetting cal. He said that when he saw it heath knew it was a bad look and he then said he apologize if anybody was offended which is always the sort of apology but then he said he was very upset that cow would have potentially thought he was talking trash and he called cal and apologized and said i've not seen it which of course come what docking or do any of you believe out ever saw that video. No no chance in france. There's you've seen it a hundred kind chance. He didn't see that video but he said he apologized. And then they and then he gave him some advice and chris. Mack would say what the advice was. So i have to say drew. I'm shocked how far this guy like when you put that out. My assumption was going to be kind of fun trash talk. I would've never imagined that. Tim sullivan at the currier would say he should get in trouble. I would have never imagined that it would be on the espn bottom line. Actually honest. i wasn't. I mean i thought mac might say something about it but i wasn't. I didn't even occur to me that covert thing i when somebody mentioned it then i kind of thought. Well okay that does make sense. But i didn't. I didn't think about it if i were you surprised about all of this. I was very surprised sunday. My twitter was pretty active. Y'all could imagine lot of it on the louisville side. I'd say eighty percent of it. No one was even mad. They like yeah. That's my coach. Tell them now they're never gonna win again on the kentucky side. It was ha. This is funny. We're going to get you next year. It seemed at least best. I can tell both sides of it. I mean i'm sure did one getting out because it's kind of embarrassing. But their fans were kind of supportive of it and then our fans another log on the robbery. I thought it going to the press conference and then the key like you said the corona. I guess that never crossed my mind when i saw the video. Not once but they did have problems around then so he felt obligated. Apologize for that. Okay but i think overall most people thought as fun and thought it got too big of a deal. Yeah just it was surprising to me now with that. Said i don't believe most of what what they said right chris. Christmas gets up and says oh this has nothing to do with cal perry. Well that's ridiculous right. of course it did. He basically was saying eric would was saying you're never gonna win again. And then chris mack was going what what like he clearly. A great like. Don't say it's not about cal. Perry it clearly was about calipari. Now i understand why he called him because it was embarrassing. I get it. But i hate when they say things like i have nothing but respect for calvin shut up like you made. The video may not have been what you wanted to get out. But of course it was about calipari ryan. Who else would it be about. And that's where i actually. I was kind of fill good about what chris said yesterday and called cow. I mean it sounded like the conversation went pretty well between him and calipari. Okay but fine call and say you shouldn't asset but don't say it wasn't intended to be about cow. Of course it was. Who else was talking about kentucky. The night they just beat kentucky. It was all about kentucky cowan. Bbn totally. i mean. Somehow this got twisted around shane into. Oh we were teasing. Kimmy pain in the video. They said you're never gonna win. 'cause kenny pain left. That's not teasing him. That's praising him would. That's all i can focus on earning lame is that you're you're smack your chris back my crossmark. It's really good. Thank you or you're gonna say. Drew i was gonna say it's pretty lame. Excuse me it looks like they got away with it. Whatever whatever they wanna say what helps them sleep at nights good for me but i will certainly be watching it again next december laughing and probably recreating it with friends. Yeah i mean that okay. First of all. That's got to happen. We recreate practicing. You've got are you going to be would or mac. I'm going to be back for sure. I can't the would. I don't have that in me. But i can do. The what's around eric. Ago my mac and there we go mac. What about eric would like we haven't heard from have you think what do you think he thinks of it. Well i did surprise me yesterday. After kris matt came out and apologized and said it was a bad look and said you know the covert thing was a bad look kind of owned up to it but nothing though is not a public like it's not me. I don't think anything apologize outlook. He can do it every once can't he. He he's he's not on the cal only once. Yeah i mean. I kind of feel like if chris max not in that video than the eric would part isn't even really a story. 'cause see pash daniel making a video like that right and tell in louisville what you could see that. It's only would be a story if it was cash daniel in cow i gotta be honest. The first couple of times. I saw it. I only saw cours mechanism was like hey. Eric would play football knowing. What's the bills but like the video was one hundred percent for me when i i. I don't think i've heard from people say eric was embarrassed. Got to me. It's a silly. Look but erica. He can do whatever he wants. Shannon wouldn't you think it's more about mac than it is absolutely of maximum like you said it's not a story. Eric works for the acc network. But who cares. That doesn't really matter. I mean you could see cole cubelic doing that. We laugh at it. We would laugh. And that's right so do you think let's believe it like this. Do you think this is going to be something. That cow in the back of the mind remembers. Yeah but he absolutely remain like you said. I think you said it yesterday about two or three weeks. From now he'll slide in a little reference to about something about a video or something. I wonder if they'll do it now that he's called you know now that he's called him i could see him not doing but he's going to remember it through like this like this is the dude who i think keeps the slides in his mind and apologize or not. I mean remember rick. Three cow us to call each other and apologize. They still hated each other. Like he's gonna remember this. And i do think it'll be a motivator for him. Drew i really do i do. I hope it can still be seen as fun like toto. Africa has to be part of the rivalry. Now it has to. And i hope we can. All take enjoyment fits fuel for cal. That's great but it was sent out to be for uk fans to have a laugh and have fun and it's going to be that way moving forward. Because chris smack gave us a lump of gold with that goofy video. I will say this most pumped up of ever seeing anybody while listening to a toto song. Well first of all. Apparently it wasn't the toto version. It was the weezer version. Was it see. Now you're losing me. That's a great song. But they didn't have the real version. I think they had the weeds barker's if you we'll play the weezer version coming back next segment but i don't think they played toto. I think he played weezer which is even a little bit lamer. Don't you think shannon. Yeah i mean on a month. Seven ninety nine. A month chris you can get the actual version. I mean if you're gonna talk trash it can't be with weezer candidate shannon to have more like play to pock or so you been well. I thought it was funny. It is it was really crazy to me watching that press conference and thinking and by the way seeing drew. Franklin's name on the scroll you know i've said this before has said i've heard him say it's cool being on tv yourself but when you see people you know on tv. Sometimes it's more exciting. I got more excited ryan. When i saw drew's name than anything else. I was like look. That's drew franklin. I know him yeah on. Espn last time we saw drew on espn. He had his little headphones on giving us the thumbs up sign. This is much better. I like it. That's what you know he's gonna make it on. Espn every time you get a drew thing. Something's gonna be exciting. who's next. Let's go to chris chris. How're you chris. I'm just want to say. I think your bosses competed came from the fact that on our hearts top one hundred year like ninety fifth. You're you're slightly behind the show on donkey today. So that's probably a lot news confused but that's a different thing so that's i think what the ranking was was the podcast of radio shows the rankings on itunes are just podcast so like the number one sports podcast is part of my take and then it's like bill simmons but if you look at the list of sports podcast and you see which ones are. Radio shows like on live everyday with the exception of like a couple of national shows. We're always the head of the ones which always find kind of cool that you know these. We are a radio show most of our listeners. Listen over the radio but then for our podcast be highly ranked to but go ahead. Oh no i'll. I'll love you guys my friends make fun of me. They have to remind me that. Y'all pee standing up just like i do so the i worship you. I'm just giving you a hard time freeway but go ahead. I was going to say this season. Starting it's starting. I'm getting nervous. That were falling into that category. Where cows just gonna write this off as a crazy year that he's not gonna make any changes whatsoever and all i wanted to. I just want shooters on the team. And i'm starting to think he's gonna go after more toppings in the world and just athletic freaks and opposition. Pretty well let me. I mean look. I've kinda one thought topping. Was that too. But in the last three games you shouldn't like eighty percent. That's a good point. So now he needs to change. And i call and there are a couple of things through the made me think he might be recruiting that trevor kills guy but he does need to change. I think he is that he's he is not saying he's changed but he's changing the way they play shoot more threes and layups. I mean that's what they're doing right now. Yeah i don't remember the exact game it changed. Its right about the time. They started winning. He basically realized how much they were turning over and says a bad shots. Better the turnover because we can repair so now. I know he hops on this press conferences. I'm repeating his words here. But he'll yankee guy out for not shooting. You don't even care if it's a bad shot. It's just better than dribbling off your foot throwing it through the team for a layup and i really think we mocked the tweak in years past but when he kind of made that change and let these guys play free and said don't worry about missing. I think that's why they've won three in a row playing quicker. They're playing like with. They're playing looser. And i think it's been much better for don. Franklin's your place to sell your vehicle if you have a vehicle and you wanna get the best trade on it or get the most money for don franklin. They will match the best offer. Somebody else's giving you and if they can't they'll just hand you one hundred dollars which is awesome the same dollars shane. It's going to be handed me when van de loses in the sec tournament. That's what they do. At don franklin auto dot com the number one vehicle selling center and buying center the entire state go to don franklin auto dot com sixteen locations. There's one near you if you want to sell vehicle. Don't go anywhere. But don franklin that entire without one knows whistle yesterday on the nose whistle. You put that thing suite on the microphone. See now i see you all. Just take any sound and act like it's a note that was not a nose with talked about jones and the crew. Call the clark's pup and shop online at five. Oh two five. Seven one eighty or one eight seven seven nine four hundred eighty or so does the kentucky brandit tweet of the day by twenty matt at k y sports radio join. You're listening to kentucky. Sports radio on talk radio channing. Make it worse that it was this version I don't know. I mean pretty much. The same song mean. They didn't change any part of the cover. Bands will cover a song and kind of change it up to me. It kind of sounds the same. It does which is why. I think people didn't rise. I didn't. I'm proud of you for knowing i didn't even know that. And you knew that but but this will show up again in the future and it will be fun. One person writes. I'm my crazy. But could jake top and be our best player next year. You're crazy but i also think he's good drew ryan. I have to say if being a year especially. I didn't understand jacob topping play. I didn't get it. And he has been good. I mean and he continues to get better every game. And at some point i think i have to save my mindset as to who i thought he was as a player. He's just better than that. Yeah we've talked about a lot. They just seem to be better when he's on the floor for whatever reason and drew in our kind of talking off the air. He's a guy that may take advantage of this extra year and still have three years of eligibility after this year i can see him kind of taken that and maybe put himself in position where he might have a shot at the nba. I don't know though become the best player next year or even the year after that. I don't think you can expect like a. Pj washington jump. But i could see him start and being a very good contributor because the turnaround from the beginning of this year it whereas now has been huge. And that's for guy coming off the bench not getting thirty minutes a game. He's getting limited opportunities to improve every game. He seems to get better and better. And better to guys who seemed to be sort of a secondary transfers with mints and him have been ryan season savers for us especially minutes but him too. I mean like those guys. We thought clark boston sar. And it's been like mentz topping a lot of the times. Yeah especially going. Going into the season was thinking that men's may be the backup point guard. He know to ask you and go with clark and boston on the perimeter. But i had hate to think where we'd be without them and memphis year by the way if clark leaves at the end of the year and travis graph of cats illustrated put out something yesterday. That said he he is hurt. It's ninety nine percent. Sure that he's gone. How will we look back at terence clark like well. People sort of think of him as a kentucky player. It's going to be pretty hard. I mean he could have a broken leg right now and there's people who are just going to have hard tom believing that just because how it was handled with all the comments that were all over the place about it and i mean we don't ever really get to see and there's no like getting to know him or anything like in years past there's at least other ways when you're to meet the fans and be a part of the program with the few games i've been to in person. He still cheering on. But i think there's just no connection to the fan base with the limited minutes he's played and how his situation was handled. Yeah i. I don't know how how that'll work. I don't see people sort of embracing maybe like i. I wish they would but i. I don't necessarily see who's next kelly kelly. How are you kelly. joey. Joey go ahead joey a little bit labor. Did anyone call in about the football pricing adjustments for the twenty twenty one season. They mentioned that you don't have the automatic k. fund thing. Yeah so i'll just read you what they sent me As part of the renewal process. It says we've made some price some adjustments for the twenty twenty one season with the goal to provide opportunities for more big blue nation to attend games this fall based on price image adjustments your account as some residual ticket credit and the reason. I've got that. Credit is because i pay for twenty twenty well in advance of last year so it was before covert happened and they basically said. Hey you've already paid in advance. You can roll that forward or we'll give you a refund. Just roll it toward somehow got a little bit of a credit but basically it looks like reducing the average Ticket by about forty dollars On the that was pretty awesome. And i think it's a good decision for them. Both i think is a gesture for the fans but also you know. Look you have to take a hit as a business in order to get eyeballs. And i think considering the fact that people weren't able to go last year that they're still going to be some residual effect this fall. And i appreciate the call sir. I think it makes sense to lower the price. You know shannon and i've talked about with lovie w we've given away a few and are going to keep giving away pay per views for free because we're trading the eyeballs for the money. We might make from it. Because i think having the eyeballs is more important for us right now i think the same thing's true here ryan the ideas okay. We may not make as much money and tickets but we want to get more people through these gates next year to get them back on board. Yeah and i think it's the right mood kind of you know. Make it even more affordable. Try to get more fans to come to the games. They know they're going to have a good season and fans are hungry for football. Like i said earlier to go to a game so that's a good way to kind of get more people. Maybe come back injury. Got a great home schedule. You got florida. You gotta lsu. And you've got tennessee. I mean you've got three of our marquee opponents They're very few years. You get those three games in the same year. So i think it's gonna be a hope. That atmosphere is what it should be for. How good. I think that team can be. Yeah i'm hopeful it will to. I have heard some rumblings that a lot of some of the welfare wealthier folks and sweet people and people that have been spending big money realize this year money's near countdown. They're like wait a minute. I still had fun watching the game so they might have to come down on a lot of prices to keep people repeating by well. We'll see. I still think people are going to want to go. I mean i think there's gonna be a desire for people leave their. We'll see we'll take a break back more of kentucky. Sports radio puts into by stockton mortgage. Here's matt jones values the song at all with him. I don't know but they should. They should too great song drew. Wouldn't you use it wouldn't you. I mean like. Wouldn't use this with chris mac and some ways it's got to return from some of the first but yes all of this. I mean just even if like when they introduced him at games when you play this for mac whitaker harrison county. They can't take it from me. Oh yeah that's true. Did they really use it. For harris county baseball. Yeah yeah we use it in a year in the video after they won the state title like ninety. One debbie lax. Yeah that was exciting time so we can high school. Have you heard anything about us. Being able to broadcast the hsa thing or this week the thirteenth region. It's not looking good at all. No case is that what you're service. Yeah yeah. I like on air business meetings. No let's just go ahead. And what did they say okay. Jessica's spent a lot of money on the streaming service this in h f s or nf h s or whatever it is so they have the investment in that so i think they cover anything and everything was they. Cover anything like. They do girl's bat sports and volleyball and covering is the thirteenth region tournament. Going to be available for people to watch i. I was told it was okay and we'll be free. No you have to buy a subscription. What most of the time you have to pay a subscription whatever. It is what it is high school basketball in. This state should be the second biggest sport next to college athletics. It should be high school basketball. You have a talent down there at north law and read shepherd that this entire state wants to watch. Why would you not make this. Goes right to the conversation and i just had the segment before right like wouldn't you want to hook people to it by giving them games and get people to see it. I mean we don't have to be the one i mean. I'm not saying me. Ryan drew and shannon need to be wants to broadcast. I'm okay but don't eat should be so everyone could watch it. If the thirteenth region championship with north and south laurel was being played ryan on television. That people could watch on the internet. There'd be thirty thousand people watch it. don't you think yeah especially. We got on board with it and help promote it. It would be a huge. Have it for private. Like three hundred people will watch it and that will not be better. Am i wrong about that. No i'm with you one hundred percent but it should be clear here and being nervous to say the wrong day i understand. What were you gonna say go ahead. I'm just going to say you know it could be free to the viewer but through a beef jerky or a restaurant in the corner and you'll make your money aside. I'm just saying. I felt bad for my high school. Not able to make the full money because of covid. I know there's demand to see that kid play. i know it. I mean it's like it's through the roof demand. People wanna see it. Kentucky is going to be very likely out of the ncaa tournament by then because they probably won't ever even be in it and the state would love if the state all got on board to watch that it would be huge instead. It's just another missed opportunity. That i don't i don't understand the desire to. I'm sure there's some saying is they're saying that's right like you. You try to make diamond lose a dollar. Is there something like that right. Is that a same will. It is today. We'll go with today. But but you in order to protect the dime which is the subscriptions to this service. I didn't even know existed. You give a chance to make a dollar by having something that everybody could see. Yeah like you said. There's so much demand to watch. This kid could make money on it by selling advertising rights for the game. Because everybody's going to tune into watch it. Yeah well anyway. Five to seven hundred. Eighty one person writes matt. Don't we learn this every year every year. we say the team's not good every year. We criticize them every year. They come back and are good at the end of the year. When are we going to learn. I think this is different though. Drew i mean. I think that's true most years. I think it's different though this year. It's just different because this year. We were so bad. It's not like other years. Don't you agree. yeah. I completely agree. We can't start lowering our expectations. Keep calling ourselves the greatest tradition college basketball. I don't care the circumstances. You don't lose to richmond or to georgia tech team. That didn't practice an early in kentucky. Zhang don't care. This is kentucky that shouldn't happen. i'm thrilled. they've won three in a row. They're turning a corner hopeful for the tournament but this was a flawed roster from the beginning of the year and they can't just have a pass because they're playing better in the last two weeks. Glad to plan better but we can't just you know. Forgive how bad it got early on. I'm glad they're playing better. I'm excited about it. I think it's awesome with that sad rhine. Being five thirteen at any point during the year is not acceptable at kentucky. One hundred percent. There's no excuse you're going to throw at me because this is kentucky basketball. You beat teams like richmond and georgia tech and win at notre dame and rupturing and rupp arena instead of losing these all these home games. You've had this year. It's just not acceptable and everybody should be. It should have been mad and cow deserve to be criticized for it. I'm really excited turning around. Love it but when we start saying this is okay. That's when we're eighth in all winds because you start accepting the losses earlier in the year. Yeah we we can't we. I can accept losing a game or two early in the year and then turning it around. It's much harder to accept losing eight games earlier in the year that you shouldn't have lost then losing one. Or who's next dan dan. What's up. Dan penny wise foolish. He wise pound foolish for yeah. That's the one penny wise pound foolish. Go ahead yeah look Came here. Look how far we've paying beginning of the year. I mean we're we're We didn't hit any free throws we couldn't hit any shots three-point shots it couldn't We didn't play any defense or a full game and and look where we are now. So you know this team. The sailing of this team is is. i mean. we haven't got. I only say we've got close to a gift if we start hitting play a full game. Start hitting afloat or start hitting those bunny inside. We can beat anybody if you play like you did in the second half against vanity in the first half against tennessee that run right where as good as anybody in the country outside the top five teams. But it's just we just haven't really had a game that's been like that from start to finish right what you're not going on day and let me let right. Hang on let ryan respond. Go ahead but you're right and they finally you know would play these great games for a half and kind of fall apart in the second half even the game the other night you score twenty five points in the second half but yet they defensively kept them in the game. Our defense has been solid. It's just our offensive. Game has not been so inconsistent. Yeah go ahead. Dan look cannot brag on my grandson who lives in new york city. He's a number one. Tennis player for third graders in the united states. He plays the john mcenroe tennis center. He's tennis hang on to say he's number. One for third graders in the united states. How does that get ranked ranked number one. He goes the john macro tennis. Santer his instagram tennis source wreck. You won't see his accolade are you. Are their national third grade tournaments. Yeah oh yeah he plays. He plays club year old. He's eight and play. Well just moved back to new york implore telling me you're telling me thank god you're telling me that they have a tournament and they bring together all of the eight year olds in america and have an crown national champ. Yeah yes that is heard. Thank they have at the end of the year. yes he has to play. Well year old. He was playing. He played to twelve year olds in florida and they walked off the course because he was getting beat by eight-year-old. Well let me tell you good. What's his name tennis. Sorace wrecks in a wreck on instagram. You can see all the information there. we'll go congrats to your congrats. Your grandson and keep us up to date on the third. The roger federer. I appreciate the call third grade ten tournament. when i was in high school shannon. We would play these tennis tournament. We play. I was a senior in high school and i was decent. I wasn't great. But i was decent and oftentimes i'd have to play like seventh graders know like really good seventh graders and they would be better than me but i would try to get in their head but when you beat a seventh grader. Even if he's great seventh grader and your senior in high school doesn't feel that's right. There's really a no win situation for you. At that point. I played a kid from franklin county. And they they told me for the match at the top five seventh grader in the state. So i mean they basically said like you're going to lose and i beat. I beat him with sly shots. Jump the kind of things i did. I had a pretty good start and when it was over there like yeah. Yeah i was like i stop. He's in seventh grade. I don't care if he's roger. He's in seventh grade. I can't talk trash about beating seventh-grader one though it's all that matters. I mean i don't know what happened. Kip he's had a wonderful life and you in your car. And then his mom picked him talk from his mom drove away. I'm watching tennis orders wrecks on his instagram. And i don't care what you all think. But i'm buying stock in tennessee. Rix really yes. hang on. I want to greater looks. Good eight year olds. How do you spell peter source. Tennis tennis a u. r. u. s. Underscore rex he has over three thousand followers in for an eight year. Old showing. Okay here we go home goodness. That's a pretty good. That's a pretty good forehand and backhand right there. Yep i'm bond stock right now. So we got smoked the golfer and mount vernon and tennis source wrecks the tennis player in new york do. They've got ten soares rex. Shane and run through cones. Beat me i can tell you that no doubt about it. Goodness some good top spin on that. For hey watching them to tennis source rex. Well he better get a website and if he does and he becomes a business he should call lex geek because if your business is like many others and you've shifted to a hybrid work environment and you have employees. Working remotely lex geek. Can your team has a secure working environment. Wherever they are. Whether it's home the coffee shop the beach you can make sure you will not be hacked. The new year is here. So stop putting off your not needs and call lex geek today to schedule your free virtual consultation. Twenty four seven support lex geek focus on serving businesses. It visit lex geek dot com lax games dot com. That's lex geek. Dot com to schedule your free consultation. I've completely lost the focus of all. Three of my co hosts. They all watch tennis source. Rex play play tennis. Like that's all like his service pretty good too. It is weird seeing now on sept tennis ranking site. He's in the class of two thousand thirty. Well the thing is. I would just hit a server. It bounced over his head though. But i'm not gonna play at year. We didn't make that happen eight year old. We're not playing an eight year old. Because i don't want people 'cause if i could lose and i don't wanna hear from you people hassle. I'm done. We'll take a break bags. Kesar to talk to him. At jones and the crew call the clark puppet shop online at five to hundred ten eighty or one eight seven. Seven nine to fourteen eighty. Thanks for listening to kentucky. Sports radio on talk radio ten. Eighty this cream band eric clapton. Yeah five seven one. Eighty techy brandy tweeted. Today is going gonna come from this guy and say matt. I'm disappointed in you. All you guys skipped over. What an awesome name tennis source. Rex is for an eight year old. Does he have a branding consultant tennis source. Rex is really. I'm surprised that was available. Drew daren't you actually ryan just called me. He said that they had to reboot the system. So they'll be back with us in just a second. I guess they surprise. That's great name. Took an eight year old to figure that out. that should be a great username. Giving not only. Is it a great tennis player. He's smart person. Writes matt when richie farmer was in highschool. Wmt showed the regional tournament on their television station. Why wouldn't they do that again. I don't get it especially this year when we won't be in march madness showing those high school basketball games would be great and you know i mean look the subscriptions ten dollars and you could go well people should spend it and maybe they should like i'm not saying they shouldn't but the reality is they won't most people so you're leaving all of these customers on the table whereas if you actually had it. I am sure. I would make a by the way if that was that little. Sound right there shading you. Might think is a whistle. That was actually my my mouth. That made that okay. All right so you go along with that if you want to call it a mouthpiece i guarantee you could make more in ads if you do it correctly shannon. You'll making subscriptions for a game that only a couple of hundred people want. Yeah you're right. And i think it's kind of a bad look to be charging people to watch this during a pandemic to when people are struggling. A lot of people are struggling and unemployed. And maybe don't even have ten dollars to throw down on a game. It doesn't sound like much to a lot of people but others. that's exactly so. I mean this year too. I mean i think there is a yearning to see that kid play. And i just think they are completely screwed. The pooch they are penny wise and pound foolish to use our british friends. Say who's next. let's go to rick. Rick how're you rick. That i'd like to know whatever came of of your discussions about finding a new location for only the w and also i'd like to ask you if you're going to have good popcorn. Got great popcorn already over there. Our goal is to have good popcorn. we we have a place. We're just trying to finalize a deal on it When we when. I know that it's finalized. Which will be in the next couple of weeks. I will hopefully announce it and if it doesn't get found something else but i think it'll be. I think it's a really good location. And i've actually been spending shane in the last few days doing scouting you know. We're adding some wrestlers to our roster. And i've been trying to scout like i'm a basketball coach. Looking at high screening watching these people in independent wrestling is fascinating like in high school. Gm wyoming and stuff is fast. And there's a lot of talent out there a lot of lot of good rustlers. We can bring withdraw. There's a lot of bad risks. Well that's true too. Yeah people in malls jumping off balconies for a skit apart corn. There's there's a lot. There's a lot of junk to ryan ryan. Is there right. I was just finishing high school. Thing it you know it feels like to me that this year would be so perfect to have these games on television. But you're telling me it's just not going to happen. I don't think so. No i spend a lot of money to get that streaming service and that nobody watches spent a lot of money to get other people to spend a lot of money. They spent a lot of money to get a streaming service. That's spend a lot of money on house. Nobody lives in well. I i don't have an answer for you sir. But that's certainly his leg is shaking. Thanks tack attacks the one that reset the system there who's next. Let's go to john. john. John right here. Hey sean how're you doing your subscription for the food tournament bolsheviks. You could argue that. Charging people for a product is actually the essence. John of capitalism. Yeah yeah babe we need more. Cackle is in more likely to understand. You've been giving it away for free. Somebody might argue is actually bolshevik today. Bay father thirty big baseball season opens today. The baseball season opens today for kentucky. They play miami of ohio there in lexington opening the season so very exciting john. Yeah we need all the runs in the first inning. Having having are you excited. I know you like to listen to the baseball now that now you get it through. May you'll get baseball every weekend. And once or twice during the week and decided maybe don't we know how expensive real series cresa facebook. Because we don't have a team here contests you don't like you don't like when people play for money right because you're a bolshevik and that both really just messed with john. Good day okay. Thank you all right. Who's next mike. My are you mike. I'm good thanks for taking my call. Gaza dot congratulations on podcast news. Fantastic thing i wanted to. I wanted to call in and beer conspiracy therapist today so You know you had mentioned the the bill gates situation with no which is outrageous in my opinion but with any conspiracy political movement. There's best traditional moderate and extreme branch of the movement. And i think a lot of the frustration with bill gates in particular. Goes back to your expert conversation. So when we're talking about these vaccines things we wanna look to dr fauci. Dr bernard who we can identify as experts. I think a lot of the problem with bill gates started out that he has looked at one of those top. Three upmost expert on vaccination. But if i'm not mistaken he dropped out of high school. I don't look at him as top. Three expert on vaccination i just look at him as a pretty smart guy that has out of dr balcony. Who would be the number three. I don't know a ton of doctors that are doing this. I read when i see for instance. Somebody is is epidemiologist from mayo or john hopkins. I listened but bill gates. I mean i listened to bill gates about other things. I don't listen to bill gates about the virus. I mean i see when earlier you complimented his company. His donations donations. He's i sit on aid accent. Agape foundation compliment them on donating money for aids. Vaccines not bill gates makes the vaccines. I know on in global vaccination policy very heavily. I'm not because it's got a ton of money if it's his money game i'm going to hang the atlas and i don't want to have this argument. I never seen a scenario where people give billions of dollars and they're the enemy for trying to give away money. I never have understood that. But i guess with some folks it is. Hey ryan shannon drew tomorrow. I will be with you in lexington about that already. I'm going to come with you at ks bar and grill and we should have a good day. Thank you folks very much for listening. We appreciate it. We'll see you tomorrow. 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43: Listeners Stories: Vol. 43

And That's Why We Drink

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43: Listeners Stories: Vol. 43

"Folks. And I was GONNA. say well, your eyebrows look great. I was going to come I was GonNa, I was GonNa give you a compliment but. I don't know. Because I've been trashing you all afternoon. What's going on with me? I'm just like. I don't know I've been calling a sweaty old. Here's the thing. Hello Everyone I. Suppose we're actually recording now welcome to August I. M I guess is turning over a new leaf if you will and has suddenly decided that they are too cruel to me, I, don't know and was having a great time bashing me and I was all about it, and then all of a sudden things turned 'em decided to call me dewey I think I think it hit me. I was like I gotTA balance this out. So everything like feels like I'm not just like only a mean friend you gotta be like a good a good spectrum. Of all of the above, just like really evil and really nice nowhere in between right well, I called you sweaty which by the way is like welcome to the last three years of our relationship that. So that's that's not an insult it's just the truth right but then what did I do? Oh, and then I said that you look pretty yes I. Think we're good. Now I think we've ounce even and I'm just sitting here waiting to see what you say next me too Should you should at the very least you have one in your backpack it whenever you feel insult a Bruin you have all you've got a free pass because I think I called you twice in pretty once. So Oh, that's so nice. Well, then we call me dewey and then I called my do my armpits dewey. So I don't know which one of those was a compliment or not but. In any case here we are and welcome to August, which feels really late in the year but it feels like twenty twenty is just the same old same old every single day so. Anyway sweaty. Okay. Well. Anyway. To read you some stories that Eva has hand picked from a curated collection. Yes. happy August by the way. That's what I said. Happy August M.'s turn over a new leaf. You Get my autumn joke. My Autumnal joke now isn't August so summer. Yeah. We'll have a slide we'll inside it's took the I'll save it for September somebody remind me to say it and Eva write that down so I can say One sentence only. I'm going to read and go what does this mean? Even I don't know I didn't even know when you said something about a leaf just make sure you say. Also I'm so excited I. Think this is why I'm like a specific mood today. I'm really because he told me yesterday that you're coming back to visit again I'm very excited. That's right. Holy Crap. Okay. So I will be visiting before this comes out. So like soon, a less than a week from today I decided to come back resists this is the this is the first time I get to know about it and also even having an aneurysm. Either like please, I, texted her first because you were busy or something and I was like by the way I'm planning on coming next week just don't feel any pressure take. Anything from 'em is. Going to know. Everything only to find a box, you don't need to move an entire wardrobe with your bare hands like his. Fine. No I think that's why I'm in like a specific fashion today because I'm just all like Gung, Ho and ready for you to get here. Well I'm so excited. We're GONNA have cheesecake and that's all that I've planned so far. I literally didn't have to say anything I already had a plan. Also, we're going to record in person again which I'm very. Because it's been a while, oh my goodness and then. You'll look. So Dewey next to me. I'm very excited. You're GonNa look unduly bats the truth maybe we'll rub our foreheads together and even at out. The first time we've done that I'm sure. So Oh, by the way. Okay. Here's another reason why am in a weird state today I've got a lot of reasons first of all. I like when we do like our regular episodes like, why do you drink and I'm like I have no idea. But then we do our listeners episodes. I have ten thousand reasons of things that count the way. Let me count the ways well first of all. I am sleep-deprived, which is probably obvious. Talk we'll for the last couple of days I've been trying to get my sleep schedule back and so I was going to better like nine or ten and still waking up super late. So I was like, what's the point? So I'm you probably need to catch up on sleep like your body fight like give me twelve hours probably. But Anyway, I didn't do that last night because I was like I give up and so. He lasts longer. I lasted like a hot two days or three days But so I found this random documentary produced by Johnny Knoxville. K. and I don't know if anyone else out there has seen this but it's been Nanas and it was called like the wild wonderful whites of West Virginia. What have you heard of this? No. Okay. So I I thought it was going to be like kind of like some satirical like like white people should he thing because it was like the wonderful whites of West Virginia and I was like, okay where's this going? It was like I'm confused and Johnny Knoxville producing it. So it cannot be appropriate but then it was literally a family whose last name is white and they interesting. Apparently, they're like what they said on the show was like quote hillbilly royalty where like they are kind of like their own. Crazy legend where everyone else that lives in their area like doesn't really know how they function or how they get their money or like. Are they part of some weird like? Hillbilly mob or like they don't, and then all of them have the most you know Harlem drama they all have these. Stories about like So there was. Apparently there was this famous mountain dancer than. So it's the story of all of his kids like he became famous in the mountains for as like what is a mountain dancer? He made his own version of TAP. Dance. And so he would. TAP, Dancer, I don't know if you'd call it tap dancing but he was definitely looked I tap dancing. To like. Country Banjo fiddle music. and. He became famous for this and then he had like thirteen kids and all of them like were kind of royalty because they were related to him. and. They all have the wildest drama like half of his kids at like got murdered by their exes and like what's or like they murdered their exit are like people were cheating on each other what they're like this does sound like the like a like a hillbilly mob. Were like cheating on their wives with the wives cousins, and then one of them ended up a shootout at one point now is in jail for fifty years. All of them have like why? Like cocaine and Prescription pill parties. Oh dear. Like regularly like daily it was the wildest thing. A movie it was. It was it was on Amazon Prime? Okay well, I'm definitely going to check that out because that sounds fascinating. So Anyway, I'm sorry I was ranting on it but I was up until like four in the morning watching this thing and just confused the whole time I was like what is going after that I did okay. So that's probably wait a minute you're onto something you're probably in a weird mood for multiple reasons. My brain isn't entirely here nor does it want to be so? That's it happy August with where the leaves fall or something. Okay. Where Emily steps on a lever I don't. Forget forget where okay. Anyway before I continue to spiral like the leaves. All right everyone we wanna tell you about one of our new favourite sponsors palsied genius saves their home and auto customers and average of get this one, thousand, one, hundred, and twenty seven dollars a year by shopping top rated insurers in one place thinking thousand and one hundred twenty seven dollars is a weirdly specific amount. You're right but they crunch the numbers and that's just what it is. Specific. But also like really high so and also really reassuring I'm like, yeah like I'd be happy if I found out the number was just seven dollars like but. Right, right but don't much higher extra eleven hundred twenty more. 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The best invention because it showed me my plan and then all the other auto plans and like thankfully, I was very proud because Laisenia are apparently using the best possible plan like for our situation Bingo Bingo. Bingo Bingo but I was like I never would have known that I probably would have gotten convince spy some ad, buy some other insurance companies. So I'm really happy that this service exists and they're just like up front and we'll tell you if you're doing the right thing, you could save some money and that kind of service by the way has also earned policy jeans. A five star rating across like sixteen and Sixteen hundred reviews on trust pilot and Google. So you are not feel about a five star I, love a good. Five-star fuster. But you're the only you're not the only couple that's going through this like everyone is loving policy genius and everyone saving money this way I'm not the only one. So I'm not that unique but Today. Your unique for sure you're a shining star of five points. Thank you. Waiting for you to say that. So if you are a homeowner like me recently, which is a whole new territory and I understand how scary it is. Now an policy genius Dot Com right now to get started they've saved their home and auto insurance customers in average of one, thousand, one, hundred, twenty, seven, dollars a year. So please remember that going into this who knows what weirdly specific amount they will give you and they will be able to say for you. Sorry. I don't said you said that they will give you so. Not Going to give you a thousand daughter who knows what weirdly specific amount they're going to be able to save for you. It's probably GONNA be. Super Helpful to to I mean come on look at what happened, Christine. Limit, what happened to me and be like me? Let's tell our stories because I definitely will your stories folks. Oh. Yes. We already told you all ready telling our stories. We constantly tell our stories time to tell your stories. Thank you for knowing when to shut me up. Okay. So here is the first one. This is from amy who goes by she her thank you for normalizing pronouns, amy, So this story is called, buy one get one synchronicity is over right. You did suggesting Carnoustie's as. I believe. So because even text me yesterday and said Hey the theme for tomorrow with synchronicity is right and I went I don't know if he's like, didn't you? Like. Weird did maybe I am not remembering the order of things but maybe you suggested synchronicity as before we even did the random NAUTICA story. Well. That's what it was. Remember because we talked about synchronicity in the last listener episode none forget why. But then in in the next episode, you're like Oh speaking of synchronicity, right? Right covered ran an article or something. And so it was like a weird little double synchronicity anyway. So I yeah, you're right. I must have just requested in US interesting as we can't. We just can't get away from the asynchronous these Oh also because I'm selfish with my time I went random nodding what I did I will help me okay let be fair. We didn't do anything like wildly creepy I saved that for you but I wanted to see how it worked I. Remember I remember saying in the story that. Probably the only stories you hear because they're so wilder like the point, one percent of stories, and that was pretty much my case too where we we went out six to seven times like we It was like a date idea for me and alison where we can stay in the car. So he just went random nodding and. we did we did six or seven different intentions and all that kind of led. US too vague areas One of them lead lead us to a hostess thrift store. Like a like a discounted bakery that was abandoned my but I we tried thinking desperate housewives was our first attention and then. We didn't bring you. It broke through a call. Zach. That didn't have anything when we were looking for really kind of shared. Did you check if there were any desperate housewives inside the homes wait a minute that that's why I thought I was like they're probably inside that's so like such an obvious thing I didn't even potentially sleeping with the Gardner on the counter stop it. We probably drove right past some serious drama didn't even notice Intel and. We were trying to think of the subtle ways that Ranson would bring us. They're like they all live on wisteria lane. So maybe we'll find wisteria or like we were trying to think of like kind of more subtle versions but you're right. We probably literally were in the driveway on this one's easy. To call. Maybe actually had a successful rounding. I don't know anyway other than that. It was kind of mad so I assume when I go with you next week, it'll be really next. Damaging to my psyche. I. Sure. Hope. So otherwise I'll be disappointed. Okay anyway sorry amy. Here's your story. Buy One get right amy I tried to shut them up didn't work. I tried too hard. SOS. Okay. I've just got a lot to say to get here. So I don't have to talk to you through a podcast. Okay Amy says. Hi, oh my best friend Tracy who goes by she her pronouns. Thank you for Tracy. Tracy and I a are both paranormal experiencers. Who and the most common experiences we have our synchronicity. So I figured this was the time to share the first-round synchronicity we experienced to. Around five years ago Tracy and I were sitting at a starbucks when something Tracy said reminded me of a dream. I had the night before I couldn't remember the dream at all. But in that moment, I had thought I haven't talked to my friend. H. In a while I feel like I should check on her for context H. is my oldest friend and one of the sweetest Emma's positive individuals I know but we don't see each other often and tracy doesn't know her very well mostly through my friendship. So, when I told Tracy but I, think I need to check on her tracy's reaction to my thought was weird because Tracy looked at me and said, wait are you talking about H. I? Just remember my dream from last night. And Tracy proceeded to tell me her dream from the night before in her dream she was in a building. She didn't recognize what looked like the outside of a concert hall. The hall was full of people and Tracy didn't know why she was there. But through the crowd of people she saw h sitting on a bench crying. Tracy knew that this was already aware because h is pretty much always smiling and because they don't, they also don't know each other very sure and when she approached h Tracy, Asif. Everything was Okay and tried to comfort her tracy explains to me that the dream felt weirder than her other dreams because she didn't recognize anyone or anything about the building but. Could remember the details and said maybe I should contact h who I immediately texted H. and said, Hey, just checking in and wanted to see if you're doing okay this was not the normal way for me to greet her but it felt like the question to ask within a few minutes h texted back saying I'm so glad you texted me I'm not okay. It. Turned out that H had gone through a very upsetting personal event after a concert the night before around one am which was a little before Tracy woke up from her dream. After my conversation with H I asked if the building looked like this, using the details from Tracy's dream and she confirmed yes and how did I? Know that. I. God. I told her about how I had a feeling h needed a friend and how that prompted. Tracy's to remember this dream and by the end of the conversation, the three of us were definitely freaked out. But also grateful because I was able to reach out to my friend Tracy and I have thought about the synchronicity many times over the years and after listening to the recent Asha production stories we've concluded that Tracy maybe astral projected to a person who is very important to me, and then was able to tell me that my weird feeling was correct and together we were able to be there for someone who needed support. The experience was indescribably weird but ultimately positive sense. This first time we have experienced a few other absolutely bananas synchronicity is together and both dreams and in real life but we both wanted to share this one I. Thanks for reading. If you do I've been listening since two thousand seventeen and drag Tracy on board me last year and we look forward to every episode stay safe and wonderful of amy and Tracy Oh. My Gosh am that is so creepy and I love that the friend is in the middle who's just like not having the dream. And not you know what I mean like and not having the crisis. In the middle it's like me telling you, you need to check on Rene or something. Super Xactly. Exactly. That's wild I. Wonder if it's because tracy had like just a more in tune with that kind of thing. Yeah. I. Don't know it would cause. You would think like let's say something happened to Deirdra like why actually reach out to you versus me like right? You would have to be more openly. Spiritually, open to that right Oh. Did I not tell you and I are actually like do you Or something closer than you guys are now in our dream worlds. I I will add real quick before 'cause I completely forgot until this story started is that. The other day after we did the last listeners episode, my friends Selene. Why literally didn't know listen to our show like I remember our first listener episode ever like she sent in one of the stories but I like didn't realize she listened to the show. So she listened she said Oh Oem Omg I was listening to your podcast day and those fucking dreams. We had as children pardon my French. But what the fuck with that little girl that was so creepy. She remembers this remember last last month I was talking about how when we were little sleet and I would dream about the same? Yes. Yes pro. and. I remember saying that in the last episode and them being like maybe I'm just inventing that in my head but selene heard that episode and Went, Oh my God I forgot about girl until you mentioned it and I asked her, she hasn't got back to me but I ask what was that girl's name because she had a name that we would like journal about it's very creepy anyway what was really less I don't remember I just ask Selena those like I remember she had a name 'cause if you could describe her and like her name and everything maybe she's in many people's dreams like that other people who like other people could write in be like, oh. Yeah. That bitch. All about her. I have to ask selene because I'm I like on the tip of my tongue, but I don't remember it. They have but she had there's this sorry in Rome. No, there's this It's I'm sure you've seen it before because it kind of goes in waves where it's like a viral on twitter or like in on read it but there's a sketch of the man that apparently doesn't exist in real life or nobody seen in your life but apparently, everyone has had a dream of this man. and. Like we ever seen this, the weird part is that apparently your dreams you can only concoct. Real facial- facial definition for people that you have seen in real life. But you can't just like your brain can't create random faces every person that you even if you don't really recognize, it could have been someone use on the street that day or something consciously and everyone has seen this man in detail, which means now I'm scared. So no one's ever seen him but your brain can't concoct something you haven't seen is he real or is he like literally a figment that Ashra projects into all of our dreams? Okay. That's very frightening because also now that I think about it that little girl sleep and I dreamed about all the time and it was always like in our backyard, like would be playing together at the three of us like she was like third friend. But like we would. What we would do is we'd like right down like what she looked like and then compare it was always the same she had brown curly hair but like to this day, I remember what she looked like like I've never seen that person or I don't. If that's theory is right than like both of you must have been somewhere in public and then like she like. Have you all had like some weird connection where like her her face sank with you or maybe directed she liked manifested that you'll never forget her clo- you or like she's like that guy where it's just somebody that we didn't know who's just like appearing maybe says his daughter because there's a family of like Dramama- now she's grown up maybe she's grown up now. But yeah. So that was a weird thing is because we didn't spend time outside of our because we were next door neighbors but we went to different schools like we never we didn't know the same people. So it was just always very weird because there wasn't someone we would've met together anyway. That's again now we're talking about ourselves I'm so sorry. That story. Very creepy. It's August. So it's obviously fall German I season. Yes. Anything is possible in August. Okay. In our minds Okay. So this is from Khloe in my turn. Oh right. I forgot that you're involved in this podcast. Sorry. So. Sad for me I don't know why I just really jumping. Very to be fair I just just told an entire story about myself. So it was probably for that very reason that you thought I was done on worries. So this is from maeve. He's cheer pronounced. Thank you for normalizing. Pronoun Maze With V. Yeah. That's a great name. I've never heard that before. Really. Yeah. Oh, we had a classmate at Byu nate may have, but she may maybe wasn't in maybe he wasn't in my classes. Maeve is one of my favorite names I. Think it's really pretty So me says, synchronous cities hello. My name is made and I have zero real life experience with true crime or the paranormal which most of the time I'm thankful for. But I love your podcast and hearing your listeners stories and always wished I could relate or share a story of my own. My time has come because I have a lot of experience with synchronicity and spooky coincidences over the past few years I've been starting to gather that it may be related to intuition or possibly manifestation. Basically had many instances where I've known something would happen moments or hours before they actually do. Sometimes. They are very harmless. For example, I had never in my life seen a snake in the wild thankful for that. I've always known that little garter snakes live in my area but in the twenty two in my twenty, two years of life I had never seen one out and about one night I was walking out to my car and I had this overwhelming feeling come over me and I thought to myself. Wow. I'm really about to see a snake right now. We've all been there. I have been I have been there in different ways where it's like for no reason I knew exactly what was common. So yes. Yes. Thankfully, when that's happened to me, it was not a snake. So thank God. Yeah. Rather be like a serial killer I think. Okay I thought to myself wow, I am really about to see a snake right now. Sure enough two seconds later there was a little snake crossing the sidewalk in front of me. Little instances like this happened to me my whole life. I'll know what I'm going to get a text from someone or I'll know when I'm going to bump into someone that I haven't seen for a while. I've always considered them coincidences but sometimes it feeling that I know what's going to happen so overwhelming or sometimes the events that happened are so specific that I can't help but think there's something bigger going on. Just last week, I was cooking dinner while my dad was sitting at the table I was facing the store with my back to the rest of the kitchen I heard him get up from the table and start walking toward the. Deck as he past behind me ahead, an overwhelming feeling I thought to myself, he is going to fall. I turn my head and said, dad immediately watched him trip and fall landed my open dishwasher and hit his head on the ground fully shit. He is okay. There was no damage done aside from some broken dishes but the fact that I knew it was going to happen kind of scared the crap out of me. What if her saying dad was thing that? He turned and tripped and she's like, Oh, my bet, it's like you create your own butterfly effect like you manifested it on an accidentally. Yeah. Usually, these feelings about events and people, but I've also seen places in my dreams and then later see them in real life that's happened to me too. That's also really scary I had a dream that I was kidnapped and taken to this very distinct rundown looking salmon colored house while out on a summer drive with my boyfriend at the time I got the same overwhelming feeling at then saw the house and was certain. It was the same one for my dream I figured it was a coincidence, and that I must have passed the house at some point in my life subconsciously remembered and dreamt about it but I couldn't explain was that I was so certain that I knew what the inside of the House looked like on the window in front of the House that face the street and I knew that I had looked through it before from the inside goodbye. Well. Phil can I also do wonder like if I had a dream about something and then saw it in real life, I would take it as a sign that I needed to approach it. You know be to like see. Go knock on that door then like the love of my life is behind it or something you know or you're GonNa get kidnapped like in your dream. Well it depends on how my dream that I would determine what his name she was trapped inside a house after being kidnapped. So maybe don't go into the House I see. But you know my thought always like. Quantum and like parallel parallel timelines and like maybe there was like a blip crossover where that happened to you in another timeline, I always see those things as Pass. Life like coming coming back like if I often saw if I knew what that house looked like from the inside, I would immediately assume because I lived there in a different life. Right, well was she was kidnapped there though. Oh okay in the dream anyway. Sure. I I don't know I mean not as not as fun of thing, but I would imagine not. Could have been a past life. I mean, maybe she was past life figures crawls though like I wonder I wonder if it's passed life for like just alternate timeline who knows? That's all spooky like no matter what sold very frightening. No matter what the answer is I don't entirely love it. Oh, good. There's more. Okay. Did it. I knew I'd look through it before from the inside I asked my boyfriend if he could turn the corner so I could try to see the back of the House he obviously confused ask why I told him that I needed to see if the back door was broken sure enough. The back door had a broken hinge and was slanted in the doorway. Holy Shit. Ahead to really turn my head and look through the trees to see the door. So I know that I could never have just passed the house on drive and remembered this I've never known how to explain these occurrences. Incident but sometimes, it feels a little too spooky to be just that. Around this up with a cute and funny time this happened feel free to not to read the note I'm going to read it. When I was in my sophomore year. Of College I met this boy on tinder. We'll call him tyler. We did the Awkward College friends with benefits thing for a few months and ended up becoming great friends the hooking up fizzled out we both went on to other people but we were still best friends and would hang out almost every day about two years. Later I was having dinner with my friend, we'll call her page she asked me why tyler and I weren't dating at this point I told her that anything romantic between US had baited away years ago and it's just never come up. Later that night I was hanging out with tyler everything was one hundred percent normal. We were playing video games and decided to order food mid conversation about CAL zone fillings fillings. I got the overwhelming feeling that I knew exactly what was about to happen I thought to myself this boy really about to make a move right now tyler is not smooth means so I can assure you. There are no other hints or flirting going on needless to say a move was made my friend page really got a kick out of that when I told her the next day. Thank you for taking the time to read all this and thank you for being such beautiful people I'm sending you all my love during this insane year and hope to see you live in Philly this November. Oh Boy Oh boy you know what also I came up with an. and. Those five seconds I was the new quantum theory Kinda not related at least a new, a Damn I can't think of the word. I don't know I I'll only little bit rewind. Okay. So Another. Thought to the maze previous story of the House as what if there was someone that was kidnapped in there who astral projected to how you who was. Good point like after the last story. Yeah. That's a really good point. What if she just glimpsed into somebody else's experience yeah. What if there's someone in there that's been kidnapped maybe she'll go check it out again you gotta call. 'cause I was thinking about like, let's say like our previous story where someone who didn't really know the friend was the one that was most openly. Like who most open to it maybe it was just someone out there meditating and whoever had like the strongest signal. Scott connected picked up on that especially since you seem to have this going on throughout your life. That's so creepy not so I put a total bummer on that on the end of that. Yeah. It was just another theory. Maybe let's just why don't you may want you google the address and just see if anything comes up. Quickly I mean I'm sure I'm sure it's nothing but still really creepy that you knew the door was broken. That freaks me out. Yeah. Okay, let's so specific. Oh my goodness. Anyway, moving on kind of this, this one's from chloe and Ella, which I immediately recognizes another C E duo. So cute love that I, love it love that for them. Love they'll take it. For us. So chloe say who are both she her by the way. Thank you for normalizing pronouns. Clothing Ella Se other checking in from the buckeyes state welcome back Christine. Hi. That was really Aggressive. Just what aggressive wave? Sorry So they say since Christine for weird synchronicity stories, we thought we would tell you ours where be a huffed who met through our third BFF and we have been twins in a past life because everything our current lives keeps thinking up and mirroring each other's. So That's a pretty fun story theory that's Super Fun. I think maybe thought about maybe we were twins one time and then went. I think we're probably just like frenemies or something I'm pretty I like would bet money if there was a way to gamble and then find evidence of this, I would bet one of US murdered the other in a past life 'em literally is stuck on this theory, which makes me a little nervous that it was me and I'm just in living denial. Well, what are the odds that now are like very close and only talk about death all the time it's like only talk about death and our weirdly obsessed with it. Sounds like we've got a bond that just we can't shake. Lifetime we came back in order to face our our literal demons and like conquer are. Our Past, maybe the seidel relationship, maybe the final episode of this of the show will be. Figuring out our actual past true crime you bitch other in searcy real life. Can we go to a like a past life regression thousand percent because like I know I knew you past life in some capacity I just don't know when it was out question it was how we were probably shitty children eva was our mom being like I can't wait to get away from me on the next life and then we drag her back in. Okay we're EVA okay. When we met this clean elegant. When we met, we lived a few blocks away from each other and had never previously met until our third friend introduced us. We are both the only other person. Either of US knows who doesn't like potatoes. That's a strong sign I was GONNA say, I don't know anyone who doesn't like. This is. If you could let me know what that houses called. So I. Say like. My Mom's is in contention with that for that title. So can confirm someone who has spent many nights there. Compare, and contrast maybe the paranormal investigators came to Ella's house said it was the most haunted house that they've ever investigated again Shit L. More Info on this. Can I just do a story on both of their houses? Yeah. I'm curious send us don't us your address but. Mainly mainly send us half of the address and I can figure out the rest We were both married when we met CHLOE's husband's birthday was a couple of days before ellas birthday and Ellis. Husband's birthday was the day after chloe's we both separated from her husband's within the same year for the same kind of reasons and when we both start dating, it was to the exact same type of guy down to the no driver's license living at home with elderly parents an Ellas new Bo looks like chloe's Ex Walk Louise Nubile looks like Ella's ex. WHOA. We both have a black cats named after Sifi characters. Both of our great aunt's traveled overseas together in the together in the sixties as part of the same retiree travel group. and we didn't even know that until they both passed away. So you literally have relatives that were like see other that's yes that's bananas at is. We were both born last night. We were both born last name straight out of the ILIAD. We were both born with last name street of Iliad Sometimes, we have the same dreams on the same nights. We instinctively know when the other one is having a rough day at turns out we both had a always wanted to start an art gallery. So we did an hour also business partners. Thanks for reading and keep up the great work. We both the PODCAST chloe and Ella. Okay. Well, that ham they're giving us a run for our money on the friendship. Goodness say we got some two best friends that are coming in hottest twins. We got the twin thing going they got the lake past life twin thing going. So they might be winning whatever clothing Allah one of us. Probably kill each other in the past life. So whatever that okay. I one of us wants to prison probably. No one of us, got away with it I'm pretty sure unless I sure got wait. It was me I didn't get away with it but if it was am I'm sure they did get away with a scrappy earn another life. Oh Go away a boy. This is a an email from Ashley Curtin. He's a she her pronounce. Thank you so much. Ashley Normalizing Pronouns. Yes. Subject of this email is a ufo synchronicity listener episode forty three. Okay Oh is this episode forty three. Maybe, his it I don't eat. I honestly don't even know who. Maybe, Miss Curtain who's skirting. Okay. So. It says greeting friends. nope. It does not. That's not. English. Take Museu leader okay. Greetings friends a request was made for synchronous cities or as m calls them weird coincidences and boy howdy do I have a fun one for you? My mom is really into fun supernatural stuff. She specifically enjoys a good alien show her story. She would always record ancient aliens and would often forced me to watch top secret alien files on TV jealous of your mom just saying I wish More interested in that instead of like lifetime movies. I. Wish my mom was interested in anything other than Tony Robbins so. I always forget about your mom's obsession with Tony Robbins and always gets me every time. So here's a weird thing about I'm GonNa, talk about real quick. So my mom and RJ I think we're either they knew each other in a past life or they were like related in a past life. It's very weird that like. So I know has nobody knows how lifelike crew turn this into something. Both of them are obsessed Tony, Robbins where the action came from. But it's weird because when I think about RJ, he literally like kind of. Has Too many similarities to my mom and they both are like, weirdly the obsessed with each other to like rj will be like, how's your mom? How's your mom? How's your mom and then my mom's always like rj rj like never asks about like anyone as much as she asked about Rj, they love each other because they both have so many similarities he really wanted to get into business for while my mom literally offered to like be his mentor like. God I don't know what they're deal is but they're I bonded there I love ever was Tony Robbins. And I, my mom has been obsessed Tony Robbins for as long as I can remember and when I met Rj he already had some tendencies that reminded me of my mom and I was like, that's interesting I'm Kinda like friends with like a like a twenty something year old Linda, and then he was like Oh God by the way while we're friends have I told you how much I'm obsessed with Tony Robbins and I was like, Oh, no, I was like get Outta here Linda man and so. I hear Tony Robbins which I just brought up on my own I always think of how Their relationship as anyway movie. Anyway moving on the so I'm getting like Third wheeled in their own maybe they kill each other in the past life. I don't know maybe they all maybe we all killed you. It sounds like it's starting to become more apparent that you were the problem in all of the year. That's fine. I made it out alive the next. Oh. Boy. Okay In the summer of two, thousand, fourteen, my family went to Myrtle Beach South Carolina with some of our family friends and my boyfriend one evening. My mom kept going on about how she wants to walk on the beach and look at the stars for aliens used to her enthusiastic rantings. We didn't think much of it. In fact, I couldn't even know in fact even remember. Making Fun of her for it. That's evening Tommy went out on a late run. Kaelin and I assume these are the yes I think send the boyfriend tons right kaylene and I headed out after him but decided we would just walk as colleen and I were heading out my mom told us to look out for aliens in all capital Letters. Okay. That's us as parents. It is finished snapchat them. So we get approved bring every single ghost equip piece of equipment you have other. Package charge cell phone. We're like PACA EMS detector just in case don't come back until you find moss man. Bring him here. Are. Rental houses were down near the Apache peer and as we started off on our walk, we headed north. It was already quit kaylene and I started walking for those of you who are familiar with Myrtle beach. You know there's lots of houses and hotels along the shoreline making the area bright even if it's at night. But at some points along the shoreline, you'll reach a darker area where there are no lights shining off the water. It's in these areas where you can enjoy the noise of the sea and the quiet of the evening Kayla denied reached a dark part of the part of the shoreline that was about a half mile one. It was here where we saw something, we couldn't explain. Out of the corner of my eye I, saw a single bright light above the water. It was circular like spotlight and it was close I turned to look thinking it was a boat or something but always on the horizon was the single light kaylene turn to, and as we watched more lights again to turn on I, it was the one then three then five until a whole line of lights was hovering in a horizontal line above the horizon. Few, strange things I noticed one the lights seemed really close. But we couldn't see anything except the lights and it was a clear night. To we couldn't hear anything except the ocean. The next part is a little hard to describe but all the lights began to move and circle around the original lights they were. They were different colors to green red and white, and they didn't stop moving until they all combined into the original bright light and then winked out goodbye. ooh. I remember thinking this is it this is the end it to. Really. Oh. God I turned to Kaylene who was an utter amazement before we can even figure out what to say. We then saw the lights again they repeated the same pattern one light then three etcetera, a horizontal line hovering above the ocean large and big and bright but no noise nothing being the only ones on the beach we turn and started to quickly walk back to our rental house we ran into another person who immediately asked us if we had seen those strange lights in the sky. Blue Yeah somebody else saw it. This person was clearly as wigged out as we were. Tommy showed up a few minutes later and he too had seen the lights even though he had been farther down the beach completely confused the three of us race back home to tell my mom who was so jealous of US I didn't understand. Why the UFO's and aliens would show themselves to US nonbelievers when she a true believer what see them she manifested that too by the way she told them like for aliens. Either manifested or she knew it somehow like I was going to happen and was like, go walk out there doctrine cover duck and cover She walked beach every night of our vacation after that. Thing looking for the aliens. The. Three of us are still not sure what we saw that it was definitely a UFO and even though I don't believe it was alien specifically. I can't explain what I saw. If you're interested at all a few videos exist online. There are common threads about the phenomenon ranging from two thousand to a more recent video in two thousand eighteen and to this day all three of us still remember the lights and the patterns that it made in the sky. My mom missed them unfortunately but maybe a part of her new that her ufo buddies were. Hanging out nearby the night we all went out. She still complains about how she missed them. Hope you enjoy this tale a few more fun things to note my mom's still of aliens and when I called to tell her I was sitting in the story she answered on the First Ring Food Classic Mom Style never answers when you truly need her to write, of course. And my two thousand fourteen boyfriend Tommy is now my husband. Obviously have love when people give us updates. That makes me happy. and. Kaelin was my maid of honor at the wedding on. To say lights up of dance floors say alien was the groomsmen I'm confused. Stay Spooky all give the for babies cuddle from your team milkshake with love. About that was great that was so creepy that would also definitely be as as parents of like if our kids say, Oh, we found a haunted house and there was definitely demon I'd kind of be like, why do i. only have to hear this now I don't i. Like everybody back in the car. I I'm so glad I wasn't there but I'm so mad I wasn't there. Like jealous a little bit. So my final story because I know you've got another one but my final story is from Joe Lee. Who goes by she her pronouns. Thank you for normalizing pronouns on the subject. Is Weird. Cool. Kinda unexplainable random Nautica experience. Oh so this is what Julia say. Hey all hope you're doing well during these crazy times and taken some time for important self care. This podcast is literally one of my favorites and is a huge part of my me time. So thank you for all you do. Meantime. So my story started after my story started after the episode where m covered Ran Nautica vaguely knew about the. APP. But mostly just heard about the horrifying story of the kids find the body in the suitcase when m went into more detail about it, I became super interested and even though I was kind of freaked out I want to try it for myself. So I love that I like caused a wave of random NAUTICA. Did I'm very proud of us for that because there's I obviously most stories I tell if it's a go story because the story already happened, and now there's a dead person who's GonNa like it's already happened. This is the only time. Arguably, that will ever get to say, Oh, here's a thing, and now like beat beat up before the trend is over for sure and I I love that you like spark this way but also in a way of saying but don't put like and demons as your. In a positive way. So most people most people I think stuck to that, which which made me happy fingers crossed although someone said that they said listen to us because we said like Oh make your intention and that's why we drink tis and someone ended up in the back alley of Nordstrom and I was like I don't know how that really does. And he did say that I did see that I thought they said something because I responded to that and they said something about like. cheesecake like there was a cheesecake factory there or something or maybe. I'll check later let's pretend you didn't make it up because anytime I wanted us I also want cheesecakes. It made sense to me So Julie says I figured if I figured it Kinda works like a Ouija Board. Maybe if you use it with a clear mind and a positive intent a, you'll receive that back in that made me feel more comfortable. So I decided to go for it. That's a great way to put it and don't know why I didn't think true. Why didn't I think of that when I spent like Trying to explain how ran an article works I literally could decide it's like a a wage aboard because if you like put the effort into it, then maybe something spooky. Oh, come out because it's you're a message. That day after the episode. Download the APP and drove to an empty parking lot in my town I sat in my car for a few minutes with my eyes closed and took some deep well I cleared my mind and focused on my intent. The thought in my head was clarity on what I, WanNa do for a career. So the intention cleared that's a good one. I think. So recently, I've been struggling between picking between two of my very different passions. Part of me wants to be a tattoo artists and the other wants to be a lawyer you can be both. Why Not Yeah. I mean I guess they probably saying like they didn't know which one to put their energy toward two different paths. Anyway I figured I'd use the APP for basically just shingles. with my intent in my mind and speaking it aloud I, pressed the button and it generated the coordinates and put them into my map. It was about ten minutes away in a part of my town that I haven't been to and I started driving and eventually stopped at a stop light less than half a mile from the location I figured I should be aware of my surroundings looked ahead of me and right across the street from the Stop Light was a tattoo shop. I instantly had bombs, but I also felt a little bit disappointed I guess while I still had a little bit to drive. So I turned right at the stoplight and no joke right around the corner was a district court? Oh. Maybe it was just all the hype from the APP, but it just seemed too weird for coincidence that it had me drive on route with a a tattoo shop and district court that were practically right across the street from one another I don't live in a big town. So it was pretty weird coincidence. I've kind of it's like did not give you clarity at all literally just brought you till like your. End that's it doesn't take you to like. I, read an article experience and I'll probably go again just for fun. Thanks for reading this. Still have no idea what I WANNA do but I'm leaning towards going back to school to get my Ba. So I can go to law school there. There are way too many injustices in the country and I'll always be defender type I was literally call the lawyer as a child by schoolmates I. It's my calling. But also like you should be attacked a lawyer that also like does tattoos on the side you could probably get like some Youtube I. Mean I know being a lawyer takes up a whole lot of time but once you're established as a lawyer, maybe can like start doing getting. Up wow, that's creepy but like you're right, it didn't give any clarity I thought we were. Going to turn the corner again and end up at like there's going to be a person like with a sign that said her name and said, you're a lawyer. Or like there's like a tattoo lawyer leaving I know I thought it was going to be more more clear but that is interesting because I guess it never claimed to like give you answers it just claimed to like here your intention like take you to something really up to it. So anyway, interest- interesting this is from Shelby and. The subject is owed Shagi synchronicity. Okay I. Hope I'm saying that correctly Chicago says, hi, Eva M Christine and all the free creatures from beautiful BC Canada hello. My name is shelby. She her I am such a fan and was supposed to be at your Seattle show right in the front row I may have shed a few tears, Jacob bottle or two or three of wine to get over my heartache me to. Feel better I was crying right along side you. Christina asks for synchronicity stories for August and I will admit I was unsure of exactly what I would email. No. Unsure exactly of what that would entail. Then I listen to 'em, discuss how Ranaldo works and how things seem to appear or manifest. Then I realized that I finally had a story to cement. It was August twenty seventeen and I flew out to Toronto to spend the long weekend with my best friend. She's my person. We've been best friends since high school. We Bust it from Toronto Montreal for the Ashoka Music Festival choose part a choir called choir choir choir. With an exclamation point out. And they were invited to perform there before I left my mom had given me a book called EC squared by Pam grout. It gives you nine basic forty-eight our experience. Experiments to prove that there is a positive force to help shape your life with your mind. Okay. This is my kind of book. Wait a minute we're going to. No East squared by PAM grout. I'm GONNA find out later I'll read it and then I'll give you the spark notes. Oh I. Am glad you know exactly what does it have a Lotta pictures because maybe I'll also get. It. Sounds like maybe it doesn't seem like a picture book but maybe It gives you nine basic forty at our experiments to prove there's positive force to help shape your life with your mind. I cracked into it on the plane was hooked right away. One of the forty, eight hour experiments that I decided to try was basically where you put a random but specific is into the universe. Okay. Love that. So it was August and I figured how about Christmas then to be more specific men and Christmas lights no way I will spot those good point sure when I met up with my girlfriend and I found that she couldn't get me a pass for the festival passes Pricey and money wasn't a luxury luxury for me by any means. So I figured okay no problem will walk around the area where AIRBNB was, which was a super cool and artsy part of old Montreal and enjoy where I was. As I was wandering around waiting for her to arrive back from the festival at decided I would also try to manifest passes for the festival. Why the heck not right well, actually, quite smart. That night, my girlfriend return, and surprise me with a day pass for the next day I was shocked. What was the coincidence we went to Chicago and it was so crazy amazing. The energy and the people with the music was just overwhelming as pushing along with the crowds I look ahead and holy, Shit, it's a group of friends altogether wearing snowmen two ks. Okay. This is the word that eva had to look up. Did. you see that in the email know what to gay or Chicago Yeah. What to que? Yo You, Hugh E. Oh was that okay. Apparently, it's like a hat with a pom, pom on it. That's Canada. In Canada I guess. I. Don't feel like the beanie with the POM Pom. Yeah. I don't know if it's Tuke. Oh, it's pronounced Toke. Sorry. Okay. But Snowman let's start there. That's fucking terrifying and like shocking that Sarah but like various. I'd be terrified to be like, wow, I did not coming. Holy Shit. It's a group of friends altogether wearing snowmen, tokes, Goose Cam. There were so many more synchronicity that came up that weekend. But the one that got me, my girlfriend, her husband and I went over to one of their friends apartments downtown. One of those huge open brick exposed to floor hip apartments I came around the corner and the huge two storey window facing the city was lined with multicolored. Christmas Lights No. Leave it. anyways I hope you enjoyed my story. Hope it wasn't too long and I hope I can see you on tour soon. Thanks so much for making something I. Look Forward to every Sunday stay spooky for me and my Kitty Finnegan. That's so I I said the word terrifying. The word is more like just jarring and that lowering yes it's like even if it wasn't like threatening at all, I'm still creeped out. It's like it's like disarming. You're like wait disarming words I wasn't expecting to see that even though I was in a way, right? So wild I WANNA, play that game I'm going to download that book. Yeah. No, it sounds like a book right up your alley an when you're here next week and we go random awning. Yes. Oh my Gosh I can't wait and so excited I'm going to start brainstorming intentions for us I will also I got to say mine was probably not super scary because I was telling us and I went to go before it got dark. So that way if we got anything creepy at least it wasn't in the dark so I think it took away some of the took away some of the creepy because it was in broad daylight. So get that I don't blame you though I mean sometimes you're just not in the mood for like full-on. Terror. Not as we're not always anyway, thank you guys for listening and I apologize to everyone for how chatty. I've Ben I'm just like in a totally specific form. Like up here this week but I'm all about it. I? Don't know what's going on. It's like I'm I've I've never had caffeine before or something but. I don't know what's going on babies I ice cream. Coffee. But thank you everyone for letting me dislike ramble and ramble so. 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#163 Elton John, the one who got away! Nearly

Photography Daily

30:48 min | 7 months ago

#163 Elton John, the one who got away! Nearly

"Photography daily. It's genetic start to the week with headshots portray photographer to the stars in l. a. beyond calmer l. a story about seizing opportunity and running with it an audio workshop if you will to and out to work with a real range of personalities in the studio offering clients like the fact that we tried and play these photographer who likes to experiment casting aside the rule book for trying anything new. I believe it's so much more fun if you find stuff out yourself. You're so excited. Art is all about surprise beyond learned early on the working very personally even with the biggest names was a much better way to produce pictures. He managed to successfully avoid the onto roche. It's way more fun in place for when it's just two people who know each other without this importance of. He has a set of rules for how to talk with his more household familiar cities. You never talk about celebrity stuff right out the gate. Because see i know oprah. I feel like i'm not on with these when you do start to shoot. The experience comes before anything else within his studio people. Don't remember the story you tell him. Want not what you say on their. Remember how the felt in your presence. This is a show pace standby. Remember though because it's one of the most powerful pieces of advice in two seconds i've ever been given yeah network is your network book collectors. Look away now. What you're supposed to do in the photo book. Don't put it in shelf page out. Put on your fridge because then you really love a photograph. Talk about what. He's learned in two decades of photographing people day in day out. You become quite a psychologist to be honest. That's for sure like in terms of especially when you work together how to create a great atmosphere where people come cloth playful and open to suggestions. The whole interview starts in a way not yet begun interview. Actually ever stories of life told by photographers and today that photographer is beyond colorado. We are then the week leading up to christmas and how things can change in a matter of days. He sounds frustrated. I am on fridays photo. Walk i was feeling just a little down in that. We just entered a strict lockdown style the tier system and then a day later our prime minister took to the television screens and took us down a further level again to a new system effectively called cancel christmas. We're in the valley where three miles down the road. It's about as open as it can be with restaurants still serving eggnog. A table and families able to get together on christmas day itself and today of course we awake in the uk at least to europe essentially closing their borders to the uk over this latest strain of kobe. That's taken hold. The second wave was expected to be tough but this one is particularly difficult. So i'm pleased to be starting with a little energy this week. We need it and we'll meet a young cymru in a patron mentioned this morning to start with for andrew clock. I'm just an amateur photographer. He writes sue upgraded my camera from an old cannon g ten bridge to a fujifilm x t three at the beginning of the year for my fortieth birthday and of mainly just been shooting locally this bits and pieces that catch my eye as well as my wife and my young son hoping to improve my photography number one andrew. You'll never just anything. You're a photographer on. I check tom. Graham at clark. Gmt photography which shows me europe proper lover of nature and are popular linkup on the show notes to dan. Thank you for your support. Truly and what. We're talking insta. I saw the following quotes on masan. Harriman's instagram today. Remember miss on a guest. Not so long ago i following photographing the cover story portrays for british vogue just three years into his career. It's a quote from f scott fitzgerald for what it's worth. It's never too late or in my case too early to be whoever you want to be. There's no time limit. Start whenever you want. You can change or stay the same. There are no rules to this thing. We can make the best all the worst of it. I hope you make the best of it. Abc things that startle you up. You feel things that you never felt before a hope you meet people who have a different point of view. I hope you live a life. You're proud of and if you're not hope you have the courage to start all over again. For what a quote unperfect. I think for today's feeling also. Today's show is supported by the camera. Professional people mpp dot com the number one platform for buying selling and trading us gear in the states and europe. I know the odd fund how to promote something. I don't know haven't passing a used on this channel. Another history of using 'em pb to buy and sell and trade gear taking away the the nightmare scenario that some trading platforms have. We just don't know what you're getting. Have no guarantee often the uncertainty that the kit being advertised as the kit. You'll actually get and that's the thing about 'em pb when you buy you can click on an item and have a look at the actual thing you're buying 'em pba dot com. So i want you to meet the photographer beyond colorado who traveled from germany to the states to find his creative fortune. I think you can say. He found it an energetic enthusiastic committed of photographic experiment the type of creative who embraces throwing off the shackles of procrastination and actually the fact that he was running late the day we shed. You'll dr chat because of la gridlock on his way into the studio. Well that were left early because we caught up by zoom in his car and i have an aunt interviewed anybody in their car yet. We just chatted for five minutes as he weaved his way in slowly. And i press record. Just because really. I'm glad i did because i think this is a fitting way to introduce you to part one of two parts trust this a next week talking to a photographer who doesn't do things the way everybody else does beyond comrade to start with in his car back in the day. I was What they call it guerrilla shooter so shooting. Sure you're familiar with that term. This means you're just street and you just looking for good stuff. And that was the first fifteen years of my life i would just so these people in my i had an orange car in orange folks. I know about it. I love that. I love that thing and it was was being a beetle. No it's a call thing it's recalled the thing the thing and it's it's a. It's a volkswagen that they manufactured in the sixties and early seventies for the german army. And it looks like a kind of sort of like a beach buggy a little bit and you know you can even put the window the front windshield down. And it's a convertible. And i shut this thing for fifteen hundred bucks an i thought. Oh this is a fun car that was orange little beat up but everybody loves it. In fact it's trade. johnny. Knoxville was the first guy that you you photograph for news i. He fell in love with comedy. Yeah that was great. That was exactly down his alley jackass gang they will all about like punk rock kind of whatever is like oh this is great and so did many many many of my other clients. They just like love the fact that it wasn't this glamorous. We do this i just liked. The cowboys was still inspired by corbin. Back in the day you know when he had a star trek stuff. I thought god this guy just goes out with his camera and he has many one assistant and if you needed light. He had a flashlight on the star. Trek book was really done. He called himself like barefoot. Walk thought okay. If baffled walker gets all this beautiful stuff done why would i like. Why why. Why do i not try this. Why why just do the boring. what everybody else does. Let's see how creative you can be if you just go out and see what's up and so that became my philosophy early is that's when i would just hop with them in my thing which i always sounds kind of funny. Let me throw your my thing. What do you mean by that. Well it's the name of my car. I do that got but it broke down on me and it was. Sometimes when you in downtown los angeles you have got all the clothes in the back of the car and then it breaks down and other guy in me will waiting for a company to listen. We've got quite funny little. It's almost like a Jimmy kimmel sort of sort of Pre recording to the actual interviews net to talking to you and your car. What are you trying. Now you'll call. I'm sorry to be really personal but it looks like you. You're driving a wreck. It feels like you know how some podcasts start which i love when jamie fox is not really aware that is already recording and we do it already all right. That's what i'm looking at utah. And this is the low above. You had it. Looks like it's it seemed better days. Yeah just the caught by the way. I wonder why was in that zooming right now. Well you didn't do this home. Kids don't do it at home. Works driving boxes in the back. The the the lodge mckee boards. That i just bought i signed it pia. No and this is a yamaha. P. n. it just arrived the came a new hobby. See i'm i'm fifty now. This is the time we want to work on my brain. I can tell really that. I need to do something to stay. Chart and research says that the best thing you can do is learn an instrument and piano something that always loved. So i've studied piano in april march. Those were the two months where i seriously had. No photo shoot knows. Everything was on lockdown. And i thought that now's the time to start piano even fell in love with it. And what do you like. Could you play well yet though. I don't play well yet. I play like you have jam box. The prelude eum from the first one. So that's the one i can. Do you know. I'm not really a fancy piano player chopsticks now. I can see we've arrived at. you'll studio. This looks very flush. Look at this. That train has arrived attending. What should we continue when you're in there. Don't open up into it. Used the same lake again. Same i'll be waiting here coffee. Okay good so here we are. We're in your studio at last. Let let's start by talking about somebody who appears on your rather prominently. Top left one of music's biggest stars said elton john. Now i met sandton in a very different guys as a broadcaster many years ago now that stage of his career he was a very different character but by all accounts. He's changed very charitable. He's generous he's great to work with. How did how did you find him. So this went to a john Syndication agency and the reason was that his showed the red piano. This is a show in vegas. So he did it for three months then. Selene dion did her show. So these guys would switch at caesar's palace and so the plan was that the red piano show will be performed on the most memorable spots all over europe. The eiffel tower the brunt booger gauge. So it was a big deal and that morning. What when i want should shoot him. The whole deal went sour fell through. I wasn't the only one. And so i had a guy. He not fix or something but he was kind of in charge of He was the middleman so to say a german guy and he said oh and so are they in vanity fair italy home home. I god i hope this goes through right or no. Let's get some photos out. Lp likes you because that's the only way we can get in. He says it's all about energy. Let's feel as out so we're waiting and it's kind of. It was really like that. He walked around. You can say nah. He was just a few people that he would be open. Oh so he walked into the room and he looks around. He selected up like he could tell him and his manager. That were there at caesar's palace and they're like okay. Okay okay okay. So five minutes. I envisioned shoot completely different the night before. Romantic fantasy is and he's like okay students and he was actually nice. Considering the circumstances by professional videos he actually was nice. I think that would have been would have been a time where he perhaps within the being charitable is. He's a huge collector of photography in on and really interested in the in the craft and the story behind the patriots self. And i was going to ask. Did he ask you a lot about your photography as you're doing it doesn't it doesn't sound like he off. This conversation. Did not take place bummer. I was really bummed out the only compliment that got from his manager than they went on. And i was sitting next to the manager looking through the this playoff. My of my nikon. And he's a really good awesome. Good great job. I'm like okay thank you. Well that's half my interview on before we get a little more detailed. I'm my i want to know. We kind of tackled this a little bit in that. In that moment we had routed the start. The interview. Which i think i'm going to play out. It's a bit is a bit strange now. Because i'm thinking will i will not play that but but have to now because mentioning it I think the imperfections always. Yeah definitely do that. Now you will refer to as the crazy german Right at the start of every day and as as a touchstone johnny knoxville was. Your was your first celeb- Giving you a crazy german status. I'm sure that that went very very well. But i want to know how how this crazy german actually ended up in la. So i studied. I went to business. Fraternity was just a hobby. So i was just the normal middle class child. Nothing out of the ordinary lake. I didn't go through major. I'm our anything i've just you know. Listen my life did photos as a hobby and did not know what to study. So i went to business school because i noticed like every more on i knew would has so. Let's go to college since needs free socialized education so by the time i graduated i submitted one photo to a reader's contest of the most established german photography magazine. And i thought i would win a roll of film or something and turns out. I won the whole thing so i won ten thousand dollars ten thousand dollars and took the money and right and this happened almost the same time i graduated which a sign of the universe. Okay go for it. So i took the money and use it almost like my own workshop money so because i didn't want to go to school anymore. I've i have issues with schools so i thought learning by doing a new one guy was a music video director in la. That was my only contact and he said well. You're welcome here. You can hang out on my sets to photos and as a that's cool. I'll do that. So i took the money right after i graduated flew to la and would hang out on his music video sets missy elliott tears for fears. You just name it. I've photos of jay z. Before he was a big deal where he was on a video with a band called changing faces chaka khan so many and he would just let me always go on set. And i would just do still to black and white film. Just try to create something cool then. When i was done i went to the labor later on said well they will also curious look can we the photos and like short than they liked to. Can we buy them from you. Sure why not. So then. I made money already. And that was fantastic and learned my lighting through cinematography. Which kind of stuck with me because i liked the aesthetic of a cinematographer to be honest more than most of those big light driven fashion sets. Because there's more subtle waymo backlighting. I love boecklin and this got me into it. So and then. I had my first exhibit in berlin. And i needed the approval of all the celebrities that shot that way for instance and went to chaka. Khan's office to ask Know at a photo there. And like i would like to show this photo. That was a poster on the wall in office. Mike i was gonna ask if i can use that photo. Of course you kids she loves it via you. Think we have it as a poster in the office so that was kind of a nice encouragement. After a while i worked movie sets it a little bit for free. Just said like is much service. I wanna learn. I want to hang out on your set. And i do you get out of it and i learned and i would always hang out with gaffer's and the dp when they had a minute and ask what they're doing so you'll exposing i mean we're talking film days after a while i would like to shoot my own lighting now so this was good and also met of course a whole bunch of actress in the in this world and they said well the photo you taken of the set i can use it as a head shot and i thought they'd shot. That's beneath me. Oh wait that's my shit trip in the guggenheim ran out of money at some point. My my liquidity shrunk to almost nothing with my hitch. It's actually for making good. And i thought okay. Let's try this so you have these extraordinary opportunities to photograph stars night. I know from the graphing axa headshots you. You get to know. The manages of of stars. Like nicole kidman will smith madonna. Who are who are happy to start to test you with their own new upcoming stars like johnny knoxville e. You learn to grab immediately opportunity didn't you you weren't you went over thinking it. You weren't thinking. I better go and study this. Not quite sure. I can do that You grabbed opportunity in the iran. With even when you didn't know how to do some of it. Well i knew what i liked so this is a good good thought. I think if you know what you like an unknown and you know what you don't like your already well acquainted if you know. You're craftsmanship just enough so that you know what to do with which situation you're good. It will take a while at the beginning. I don't like it here. let's move on. Its try and offer clients like the fact that we tried and played in oftentimes their accidents. That helped me to actually evolve on the job not because it was explained to me in a book. i believe. It's so much more fun if you find stuff out yourself. You're so excited. Art is all about surprise. Because if if you already know what you're gonna paint what's the good in painting it so it's the fun is you. Take the photo and you like this came out a little bit different but surprisingly awesome when it's that slick execution that's a little bit the thing that it with advertising photography that i think is part of the lack of the soul. You know it's feels like that slick. Rei we have perfect layout everything. I the photo looks exactly like outed. And it's it's not this on little this now. You don't like an entourage. I know you prefer to work alone as much as possible with your subjects. In fact now i think you've arrived at a stage where we're even the big names. See this studio the driven us to today as this place to go hang out with you and see what you can both come up with and and you've got this great business deal now. Where were they get to use the pitches. You get to sell them. Which is quite arrangement in a time. Where often agents and managers won't want complete control over an image and that's this is dear to my years in headshots because you get a lot of people in the then blow up and it's what you more relaxed way to approach it. You don't have no wait all person behind your back. That's not gonna work for me. You know it becomes very aggravating. So it's it's way more funding place for when it's just two people who each other that without this important i have you become a goto now then in that respect because i'm sure i it it doesn't do any harm to look at your website. And he still. These famous faces staring back. Your old imagine there must be a great many people in the commercial. The think there's nobody else shooting me. Because because beyond shot x one said that's the guy for may nutso everybody. Of course this sure is this. This is how it works. It's really. I love that quote that i read one time. Your network is your network and this is how it works out unite. Wealth is. you'll network marvelous. Yeah and so what. It's the context that use devilish and that people see the process needs to be fun is another thing that's learned people. Don't remember the story you tell him what not what you say on a that. Remember how i felt in your presence and if this was good if you remember this was a fun interview. That was kind of stu again. What did we talk about. I don't remember i do remember. It felt good so seemless for the photo. Shoot doing what we talked about. I know it was funny or light or or deep or whatnot. i really like the vibe. That's crucially important. I think for especially when you shoot portrait. Because that's what you're that's the only thing that distinguishes you from somebody else. Everybody's got the camera. Lights makes me different. What why come to me. I believe is a good a good soil in which creative stuff can grow the. I know you're inspired by the great. That was peter. Lindbergh another german toga. One of fashion's greatest number one seriously is untouched. I remember when i went to college. I had book ten women by this was right up. The pirelli calendar came out and went el mirage with all the supermodels and did these beautiful contrasted black and white triax four hundred stuff. You know really. I think he. He pushed this film. Even stop to create even more punch of it. Love these images. And i fell in love aplastic kitchen. I ripped this book apart and put them everywhere. This is what you're supposed to do a photo book. Don't put it in a shelf. Cut the fan page out. Put it on your fridge because then you really love photograph. If you put it on your foot you loved photograph so much that you want to look at it every day when you have a cup of coffee that's a real compliment to have that name. Whatever brits greg gorman and you got your collection of books how often do you look into them. It's up there. No put it on the fridge. Put it on the wall and enjoying it. I could hear a thousand book collectors of just fooling their chess but Limburg he was. He was very inspired by all. Wasn't a van gogh. I think very very much abstract art. Have you have you. Have you been inspired by that as well or was it really the the great photographers that spot you more photography i again. The most research i've done was when i went to business school in that was in in desert of germany and they have a rate bookstore and they had every blake american photography magazines de all the new issues which our constantly get and i just for some reason that was this love for america already that country where land of opportunity you know. It seemed to be everything possible. There that's live engineer. Also came over here and i studied all these books with these americans. These photographers in this inspired me on the one hand and then the second pride big time was coming to hollywood the whole film world so i get most inspired to be honest. It great dp. I every time when paul cameron for instance when he did man on fire with denzel washington. What great work. I i can watch that thing over and over. The ninety were great music videos. Mark romantic these iconic music videos. Nine inch meals wapner like you just name it. The visual approach of good cinematographer turns me on big time. I mean even now television. I just watched the alienist cry. Every see they're using a haze machine almost in every shut. So i could get myself as tennis. I used that. Because i do see it in in your work if you have you go to your website. You'll see the haze in the background so very dramatic over cinematic fairly inexpensive hayes. Which is okay. Because i don't want the haste to stay in your hours which does other machines that do that. But then if you don't want to work with hayes anymore you're kind of stuck with it. This one cost me like three hundred bucks. Okay i distributed in the room. And i house probably like forty five minutes with it. Sets the background. So beautifully. Off from the donnie love. He enberg inspired set of a set is the best. I love when you see equipment in there. I just love it. And what do you think you've learned about people. You've been doing it a over two decades now you photograph so many. Vip's i entreat snow whether it's changed you much. Oh it gives you a lot of. I mean you become quite the psychologist to be honest. That's for sure like in terms of especially when you work together how to create a great atmosphere where people come clay playful and open to suggestions. How do you create that. You cannot just say like oh. This is what we do doesn't work with everybody so it's a collaboration how you approach that. And i think you. I think your subconscious that more than your consciousness thing when you do this like ten thousand hours the famous complete well so and that's the whole point of his book. Blatant if you do something for ten thousand hours. Inst- your intuition knows more than you actually conscious thinking so. It's not a rational decision. it's rather i. I should try this after in thousand hours of experience. What worked what didn't work so your sense of charlotte that way and i get a kick out how to approach it with people like the more shy person how to create common ground. Which is the most important thing right out the gate. You have to create common ground something together. That makes you a team. That is super important. It's not established. You have a hard time but howdy find common ground. Sometimes when you when you working with these come back to the celebrities over and over no no no. You don't just wear with celebrities but it must be. I was so they must be difficult to to create common ground with somebody who is essentially a product. So this is this is my philosophy. You never talk about celebrity stuff right out the gate. Because i'm know oprah. I know like i'm not on i live with these guys when i can do is is started almost like a like a late night. Show host like jimmy fallon or jimmy. Kimmel you sit down and you shed stuff. This is how comedians create common ground with everybody else. How it is that you picked the wrong lane at the cashier at the grocery store and so simple stuff and with the good sense of humor. That's usually my in. It just talked about something that happened. I got donald trump in charge so there was always something fun to talk about. I mean that guy was just like a wants the a well of should that could you could just crack jokes at this one whatnot like whatever. It is with a sense of humor. It's important that people also ask because it relaxes them. Diaphragms agency of buddy and you relaxed. More laughing is incredibly healing and relax so i'm a big fan of keep it light. Keep it fun and create a common ground with a great sense of humor. And that's why. I love watching as an inspiration jimmy kimmel and and trevor noah or whatnot. Just those guys to see how you. How'd you start a conversation. They all the moss as soon as somebody comes out and sits on this seat. They're not talking about that well to you're absolutely right. And of course when the greatest the greatest city conan o'brien and we'll feral they're just i mean the highest shooting at each other. Love it because if i can with extreme extreme way because somebody might be offended or whatnot. You don't know who's walking in the door happened to me too. That people didn't understand my sense of humor than i. Okay let's pull this one back to five tomorrow. We're back for a snapshot which features a surprise unlike gifts this time of year wednesday as the concluding par with the chiba. Jamie windsor. then. We break until tuesday just to seek christmas music in the show today with some artists. I oh and i look forward to photographing with you hearing from you and talking with you next time. Photography daily is a loading zone production.

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Ep. 608: Steve-O, Malik Bazille & Shapel Lacey

The Fighter And The Kid

1:54:51 hr | 10 months ago

Ep. 608: Steve-O, Malik Bazille & Shapel Lacey

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He was like Bro to two conversations going you know how long the rivals Riverside our. WAS WITH NO TRAFFIC? It was barely friend. Is this your taken? An Uber? Your Best That makes sense. Yeah. I I mean I would like to usually catch the train. There's a train that goes out there but I mean I I think I'd Miss Miss Does your girl have a car. This. Guy. Is. There he is. What's up. Forget. Burns. Creek. Was I saying yes, our Stretch But yeah, this is the home. Would you guys do? Watch project runway. For. A couple COUPLA questions finish. Oh, he's gay. Makes, sense makes it. Okay. Oh. Isn't Tommy yes. I didn't know. You gotta spectrum full of friends. I do these bad old cheerleader ladies he had these. Got Your Comic Friends Yeah Yeah Yeah I do and I got the cross punks punks kicker with deep hunks Yeah. Ranged A lot of people don't have that chairs. Range. Year. With white people are they he got rain got range just white people. Yeah. What? Was it that one picture? As you do look like us the members. What'd you call him? You call them lip this get yeah yeah. Stevo. Run. The gray brother. Thanks I appreciate it. You you still. Stay away from the animal meat is that what's on? I've been eating fish or you start with this. We're doing this for a while right I was Vegan for for a long time and. I don't know I. Think I'm getting cats had something to do with it. So we got him fucking fiedler your cats some kind of meat like the wet food. Dogs asshole of feeding my dogs Vegan Shit. Like, why are we doing? We decided them. then. It's like all right well from buying. fucking. Fish for the dogs and the cats I, fucked mother. Yeah Yeah plus I think it's good for me so you feel good on it. Yeah. I think it's good for me. It's better than all that fucking super processed fi can fake shit that I like the impossible stuff that should sad delicious but. When? I held out. No good I know they're delicious. Taste that good isn't good for you they they're fucking delicious. Ingredients, you'll be. There's so much stuff that goes into. His new was. I can't even remember because she can't even pronounce to be. Johnson. Likes. Chlorine sulfur. What I don't even know what it is, but it sounded like pork. Yeah. You don't WanNA touch it. You don't WanNa. Touch IT I. don't even eat red meat. Did, we start already because this is great. Took you. Off. The. Guy He was we roll it. I got my toes. How have you been in quarantine men have you been? Thriving brother. I mean like. There's there's shit that sucks about it and and and there's shit rules like what sucks is. We had started filming Jackass Four right like a fourth movie which I agree makes no fucking sense. I'm all four. called. We we got one week into filming Jackass for, and that's why the shutdown happened here, which is a picture. It's also a blessing because there are obvious question marks around whether a bunch of Conforti and in some cases fifty. Fifty? We'll be seeing forty nine. He's up there a couple of the other guys have crossed fifty. So. KNOXVILLE beliefs firmly that the older you get the funnier it is. I. Think at a certain point. It just gets kind of tough to watch. But but hey, man, I don't mind a bit and the one week that we were able to film the chemistry's there the focus footage everything worked out fantastically. So we were able to put together enough footage in that one week for the question marks to be answered. Still do it yeah, waste. Still weren't. Just creepy you. Bruins not doing the. Right. Idea was to get back together shared Knoxville. Everybody else is just been clamoring for it. My position was like, Hey, man I never stopped doing that. Shit anyways. Movie or number I'm active know. Of. The group of guys you the One guy who just Kinda? Just doing the damage is still kind of because I. don't fall it as close because you and I opposed what I see what you're doing. You're kind of one guy who's just kind of. Doing it. Super I've I've stayed actress was cooling either way. But yeah. was what we did the one week and went very well paramount pictures as I understand it it's just thrilled with the with the whole idea of it now. So we became a bigger priority on radar for when the world does begin to spend again. Yeah. Definitely. yeah. No Shit. Now do do. Assuming. They go and if this is too much, tell me Stevo do they go through your agent figure out payment? Wise. You think as like now the terms are a little different like you're a big stride. Yeah. Yeah. You know what? I'm saying you're totally fine to ask and thanks for flagging the this sensitivity. At did it's so funny man I in all the years leading up to I. Never even fuck encountered and offer I just found out I was gonna get was like cool. Other movies because the reason I bring it up because I was telling somebody at some random fan starbucks go who do you have on today and I was like Oh Stevo and he goes oh, he did you hear me got fucked on the other movies. No Man. It was. Restarted out like the big bad. You know where where he was talking about was the first season of the TV show. Jackass. For that, I mean, that's entry level here knew how well it would go right hundred percent we would. We'd gone from making skateboard videos to now were on MTV like we didn't get paid for the skateboard videos and you know so they're like, okay. For this first season, we're GONNA, pay you like per bit, and now each thing that you shoot and after the shooting is really dangerous, you can get like. Hurt that we're going to pay five hundred bucks for that bit. If it's just like a funny prank or some kind of a gag, you know then two hundred bucks sound. Or just give us a flat fee man. Episode would be the ticket, but it was all just like such a hodgepodge. Complicated because they didn't know like how how big would get I. Know what they're doing so They didn't know how many guys we're going to be a part of it. You know like there were. Bunch of different characters in the skateboard videos that sort of turned into jackass they weren't even clear on who was going to be the cast you know just sort of has i. think that's what motivated that but at the end of the day. After taxes, I made less than fifteen hundred bucks for the first. Snow residuals? No. Not there when you know and then other guys make way more like did high. Pressure Yeah. He got like you know he's smart. Do the producers shared the residual shed, the ownership, the creators. Liked Johnny's a smart guy. Should. Reckless ship. So. Don King. He. Yes. He even. For the project after that It got better. It got better. You know. But now this time around and like I said I, mean I had agents in the past. Like, okay, this is what you're GonNa get and there's was. This time around it's like, okay well, guys I need to speak up for myself at this point because for the last ten, it's been ten fucking years since the last Murphy and so over the last ten years by. I've stayed active. Yeah without like being a Dick you know like I'm the only guy fucking has been active. You know like I've been been building momentum and doing my thing I think that it seemed to say that at this point I, bring more to the table that then the rest of the guys. And I don't think that that's Addicted to save it was an observation and tomorrow important for me is that I didn't want to like get in there and be the one like fighting for it. I was like, Hey, you know what? The last time around had my lawyer telling me Yo you. We've got a counter. No. Why do you have? Right. and. Because last time around I was newly sober like I didn't know if I had it in me I was just like the movie for. Sober when you did this leak shot yeah. The Border Baltimore Bodies Slingshot, I was completely server Oh. Let me ask you a question. Do you ever like do a study about the? Do you like now abortion I? Miss, it's called Jackass don't. We'll see now that you're sober. Feel like. I mean I in hindsight I I really went on to regret cannot let him my lawyer like fight you know and so this time I just said, Hey, guys, I think I bring more to the table this time around and this time I'm GonNa stay out of my own way and I'm GonNa do what my lawyer To, let my guy do what he does is now and Soy extricated myself from the you know the situation and my my lawyer did say this is fucking bullshit. You know and and we and and then we Kinda. got into the the standoff certain. So to speak you know and. It was just really something else. I'd never really gone down that path. You know where to find how contentious you know how like resort of. Making it's like, wow, like no, you know it's like, wow, and like like when you're fighting over money like. Because we're not negotiating with the parent with the movie studio. You know already the production company budget, the production company, which is Knoxville, and Spike Jonze and Jeff Tremaine like they've. They've got to deal with the with the studio paramount pictures, and so now they're it's up to them to. To anything that we get comes out of their shit and so that's what I came to learn. Wow they're really fuck in pretty. Pretty serious route digging in their heels in and. Getting real fucking heavy over this and The good thing is you know they can't do it without like. Hey, there's a new jackass, but there's no steve I'm not going hey, got to got to a point where where my lawyer even was like, wow, you know like we got. A little better and you know at this point I just can't I can't advise you to pass on this now. So. I was like, Hey, guys, it's all I needed was my guide to say the word go and so. I don't think that I got anything really like a substantial in the way of like. Respecting. Almost you know what I'm saying and whatever it was overall. It was a wildly uncomfortable process. You know like and it is kind of heartbreaking when it's like when you're when you're Bros. but you know just come to learn that's the nature of the world fuck it. You know just show business, right? Yeah. As soon as the deal was done, show up for that that one week of filming. It all forgotten the lavender asses off the chemistry's there. The footage is great. Outside of this do communicates. Still. Yeah for sure we've always been we've always been called. We don't like hang out all the time. If. Something's really funny like Oh man like I'll send this over that. But you know it's We're we're we're all we're all family and there's there's no hard feelings about anything and I honestly because I have been so active like `I stand to benefit so much more from the film than anybody else relies drive road. I've got I've got established revenue streams that are GONNA be fucking supercharged by the sound like this is viewed the movie is just an engine. That's GONNA drive my other evidence content sure content from it. So we really was kind of a matter of principle, matter of respect my my guy said go for. It's great plus they got me a producer credit which is. Second Billing Knoxville and Stevo. Who'll missed. A Lot. That's pretty cool up with the ideas. We do you guys have come up with so much shit right? You know what I'm saying like. What else we can do dude. I know. Is. 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Z., E. B., R. A. dot com slash. I did one hundred percent and is there any when when they picked you guys ideas because I'm sure there's a group. Is, there every time I do now now it's. Great White Big Time Big fucking. Time. I gotta be careful because they can't give away legs. With, that said in a general sense like the third movie I was like Ok guys look I. Fucking Survived Enough Shit in my life now fucking clean and healthy and fucking you know I'd like I'm really not okay with fucking getting in God wheelchair fuck dead at this point, it would be really fucking dumb for me to have survived on this. Series about it's like I'm not focussing risking paralysis or Denver. Gang paralysis and death is not on the fucking table. But if that's not a concern, then I'm in for everything. Hoping for you in Tempe when you had the bandage share hey. Someone came to the Green Room. Yeah. Out For us I was when I was on my burn unit tour. You. Burn had third degree burns on fifteen percent about my body I had skin grafts on fifteen percent of my body and. This was. Still be working for those. Clue the closer for my new comedy special, which is which is available now finally. I put it out on my own fucking Shit. That was when I was when I was duct tape to that billboard. That's what. I can't wait to tell you about. Club I'm like who? Stephen just so you know I'm not that. I. It's all good man and I. I'm psyched that you know. HORD. I. Really, I traveled with with one guy and we do. We do I think we've got a good reputation on the circuit. Everyone loves you. Because I love hearing the horror story. That's my bet is my favorite thing. Sit Down with the man Gino by like a second show on Saturday everyone's all cool. You've done press and stuff together. So who else have you had? And then they just. To. Tell. All my God we had Blah Blah Blah two months ago. I'm like Oh what else? Like certain. Of. Characters always this? Goes the same group. I'm like, why do you guys? Do it every every year I come back. The same guy completely finesse this time around and I was really pretty good on jackass three, d about that's why like I didn't have a problem with. The porta-pottys slingshot thing because I was in like a five point harness you now I like it was as safe as as a ride at six flags. Really I mean. Like it was filled with dog. Shit. Like maybe there's like a tight is concerned, but I've never been a Germaphobe. I love how you broke that down saying Shit. Show you the video? You've. Seen. I wasn't worried about this shit sounds fine. But now like over the last ten years I've been like, you know I don't know I've just like. I'd be going for do you have been doing some high level fucking shit and and so now? I'm like, okay. Don't want to get paralyzed I don't. WanNa die I'd actually like to add brain trauma to the. Easy on concussions so you do so. That one week we're filming. We got we got this bit and I recognize this as. Completely. Concussion City fucking. And I'm like damn very robbed suited operated. Do this thing and I actually pull the camera guy the. Because I need this document so I came into this with ground rules no brain trauma, spinal cord injury like and we're not even one week into production and I have already thrown my fucking rules out the window. So here we go. Let's get around the boys say that we're talking to your lawyer and you're on the boys come on Stevo. Fuck. It was crazy the. Involved a bunch of doing the same thing. You know I think we're all together and then it's A. Action. And Fuck next thing you know wake up on the Stretcher I got kayode like like I. Don't remember you like out but then there's kayode when you flat out unconscious unresponsive, you know and. Like it was everybody's said like I dunno two minutes completely not not that. So scared totally unconscious for team. That's not good. I don't know that I've ever had I know that I've had a couple of concussions that were that bad. To five people are concerned right? It happens all the time too. Yeah. Don't don't say like you bracket we know we what was the incident Can't tell. South. Does your. Sawyer. I'm sure your wife now though you married. Get married I'm engaged. Sure. She's like come on. She's fucking yeah she's you. Should Not pissing me. She's pissed that she didn't get a fucking call. Me She's like somebody on the fucking production and let me know if your fucking ambulance. She's furious because. Still feared I bet because she doesn't know you from the old days, right so He's chilled out. He's Vegan he's still doing wild ship but right it's not like I mean men McGrath's right. My girls are production check. She was she was there when when when I got all bird up. You know like she. She was telling me like on the I did a bunch of stunts that led to the idea was. That You would. Coker. I I was looking for an ender for my for my new comedy special right and and the thing is like imagine we we have so much in common. I. Think in our comedy you know just that were crossovers fucking hate that we're seeing in comedy. Long fucking they want. Guy For Stevo before. Popular comedy. Yeah. They they. They fucking wine of the they just WanNa. fucking us to not WANNA say there were not fucking funny and and like an whatever you know. But we both had comedy special on showtime. and. To be fair I, think it's safe to say that we both did specials like. You know pretty early on. Like where where, how bombed that I did the one special and when I did my first special on showtime it was as good as it could it could it was the best fuck and That was capable of time. Now, look back on and now it's like fuck up come so far Centigrade Agree Put out what I'm doing now would crush. But you know the way I. Look at it. It's like I had the opportunity. Addition several times for it they pass me for special. So I was like well, this is where I'm at right now how would it be? You know somebody doing comic for next thirty, forty years how cool would it be if you could go back and say Dave Chapelle when he was ready to his specimens like Oh, that's dope sure and see that and then where he's at now, that's that was my kind of frame of mind going into. And like people can be like, Oh, you're you're you're special compared to Chapelle Shit and like. Two weeks. Do you want. You can hear me that right. When whatever my I? was so filled with like. Shit that nobody would ever admit. In their right mind like and that's What's fucked up about? Stephen No one's hating on you or me that is successful. No. Like the reason why their anger comes from that place is because somewhere along the line they think they got shafted and they see the success you're having the ticket you're selling in the fan base that you have. They want that and that's where the anger comes. So when I? See them like I get it man I had it to I. Get it. Sure. Right. Do An and I thought that when I had my own special command on showtime audience then everyone is just going to be so shut the funk now Stevens can be established scan community I'm GonNa be like moving to theaters crazy. My life can explode you got worse special came out. Change. I'm. Not. gave the the the hate of something to focus on nothing. Nothing. Whatsoever like. That wasn't selling more tickets. I was exactly the fucking same and. It seemed that very few people like commented about having even seen A. Strange. Right. Didn't get like because the media is so fragmented like different world now different world when it comes to specials. Within also to this point, you can relate to this. It's like you know you're you're not posting the countless time you put into doing that special and how many shows you do on the road like I I think two years ago this previous year before coach happen seagulls you're you did the most cities out of any commissary have meant. So no one they don't see that grind that goes in to to get into that special when you put it that way but they also don't see how you bring home a check every time you practice. That is true. Very six. It's a beautiful. It's a beautiful system, the way that works, but as I got into developing my my follow up in our. Our right. And I from what I taped the first special. To, win, it came out. What was it like I don't know like five months maybe six months sort of like I started getting a new material you know so that I like the transition wasn't I'm starting from scratch as soon as I taped it I came out I worked on new material and then fell back on what I had that worked. So by the time the special it came out I was really close to having a whole new AC tour, right? So I never started I didn't stop touring in that. In that space as I put together that new our you know I I had this experience fucking made my head explode I was telling these these just over the top fucking crazy stories, which is like what my standard is comprised of, and I was onstage performing the new material and I thought Holy Shit The fucking stories that I'm telling this new act pretty much all happened on camera. So what if I made my next special multimedia so that you're not just watching me A. Show brought there's footage edited into Multimedia Multimedia Standards One man show for sure and as soon as thought multimedia stand up comedy like footage cut in I was like Oh my God I think this is going to be so. WAS Very few. Very, few comedians tell stories that are true. And not only their mind true. But there's footage to backup like the every absurd detail. Have you ever seen a Hassan montage? You know he had A. Daily show correspondent, and then when very I was getting to stand up. So as you should go see this guy show 'cause I similar idea where you would have graphics behind you telling your story doing stand up and tell the story at the same time behind you'd have video or pictures childhood while they go the guy who's doing that right now. So as Hassan Mirage when the first show I ever saw. Adams a live show. It was so good man. Of Him being the immigrant he's he's Indian descent immigrant and come where he came from coming to America and he has all these pictures and videos when he was a kid and coming over on the boat it's nuts man. It's sure. Who Does Michael you yeah it was like It was like a one man show so good. Why did the way that I was doing? This was all in post You know let the stand up sort of like entertain upstanding right and then do it in post and is and and what I did when I came up with this idea wasted no fucking time. Going, filming my shows and then bringing in to the computer and cutting it all together. This was the most transformative thing I couldn't even seen it coming but. Up to that point, I like like a lot of comedians. cringed at the idea of watching footage of my performances nothing. Special. I mean I I was very Heated. Very, involved and it was it was difficult. The most fucking recklessly irresponsible thing I think committing can do is refused to watch footage of their performances in now I like I think you have to and all the top dogs do like Rogan with Netflix it's usually they have someone that. Does the adding stuff like that Rogan does it himself? Believe you're talking he spends. Hours hours ours weeks editing making sure it the cuts right angles right. And I refuse to watch footage my performances for like those first five years as soon as I came up with this idea, and now I'm cutting the footage in then I'm on the computer with putting it all on the timeline sticking the footage in that forced me to study my my act and I got you better from infinity fucking so much 'cause there's some everything that makes you cringe is so that's that's a note. That that's not you need to address and like fuck I hate this this this little and and I just systematically addressed all these things in the progression in my performing was to just sped up. Right. It's like this. Have you know the the something that you're doing? That's not right. You're comfortable like I shouldn't be doing that right for reasons. Soon, as you make that note wants the stage whatever next night it's gone. It's still a gradual process, but got it speeds up so much when you're studying the footage and cutting the footage into it, it worked. So well, you know this is like I've got footage where it's like. The actors, Lewis largely a journey through criminal record. You know and I'm like I'm like I was out on bail facing fuck and eight years in prison, and that's when I. Flew over to Europe and got arrested again. For International Drug Smuggling. Me Doing all the international drug smuggling getting arrest. It's all on camera and the stories are so fucking crazy and like I put it all together, my heads exploding with something. This is so fucking dope. And What what happened then was I started thinking well, if there's anything I, was going to criticize about this act is that it's all like just so you know memory lane shit like I don't want to spend the rest of my life they regaling the past you know. So I was like, let me figure out ways to plug. Let every bit in the act inspire something completely new like a whole crazy. You. Know. So it's like. An old story and because of that, I decided to do this to nod to that by doing this and. So now, liking an all new. Like new stunt and building that into the act and then I was thyroid cancer now coming together. So huge now I need an insane opening sequence I knew I was going to film the special in Denver but I got the whole Jackass cast together for the first time in in we hadn't all been together in one spot since Ryan Dunn died you know and this was like a fairy fucking significant thing and we we did that in La I told the guys. Like this billboard truck that like the ones that drive around Las Vegas and I made a billboard for the actual comedy special itself even though I haven't taped yet I got the billboard for the fucking comedy special and there's a big space we're gonNA duct tape me to it and I want you guys to do the tape tape made the side of this fucking billboard truck do whatever the fuck you want I don't care just you know you have absolute open season on me, and then once you get done taping me this fucking trump is going to drive down the God damn highway. You, know I love it. Fun Going I. Wasn't. full-on and and. Under. The tape we had harnessed, but that was in like you know. Transparent and the you know you see it. And so Naro. KNOXVILLE. Baseball's at me while I was taped to this. fucking funny. Baseball's at me so What. I would say. So so like. Like horrifying. Horrifying. If like I mean dude, it sound a couple, do not nothing but a diaper. and. So we knew that we knew that thing getting out of La that like just going to be a bus traitor they're gonna what we did was like when I got, they got done taping made the truck mounted a fun box over me. There's looks like almost like a like a coffin stuck to the mounted over me. So I was every bit duck, taped the truck, but but the box to get out of La, and then once we got to fuck what's the town before Bar Sto We fucking unscrewed the box just. Flying on the fucking highway I duNNo. If we want a hundred miles an hour but is whatever you know and I we went all the way to. Vegas. Once, the sun came down and then we'd wrapped for the day and We picked it up with the sun coming up in. Colorado Colorado Springs and every. Piece. Shooting Colorado I've the GOTHIC theatre. Great Place Yeah, and so do so symbolic to have like the whole jackass game because when I got into stand up, it was the art like mean to me, but it was like Oh. Yes stand up. No Fuck it did I. Actually want to start doing standup. It was Ryan Dunn who is the most supportive? You know he's like gone. Off My band was. They weren't like. The guys who are supportive I don't think be realized. That means the world to means the world means that everyone else I come onto right means the world and there is there is a little bit I'm going to stay anybody was like a Dick to me. You serious though Inside how long is he gonNa do this. Do this what's next but by the time we film that opening statements from my new special the name of it is gnarly like it was this. I'm like emotional about it. You know you've got the whole gang. Of everyone of us together for the first time to like symbolically taped me this truck and like send me off God cycle. Goosebumps for sure. This is the symbolism of that. You know all the guys come together to support and send me off to the theater to really fucking launch another. They see the success you've had in stand up I'm sure they're all about it now and not only did they send me off to the theater but the fucking guys flew out for the the show itself intermittently came out throughout the show and did over the top stunts on the stage as well. I bet the fans went. Yeah. We had. KNOXVILLE didn't go after the actual live show. He was there the opening sequence. Bam. WAS IN REHAB And I am ready out how how doing by the way. I mean. Not Good. Hard. Youth. Ma'am. Yes. It's it's. It's tough. Man I wish that you know when he had his real like fucking meltdown and he's coming up with his own alphabet and he's fucking like Oliver teams getting arrested left and right I was thinking yes, he's he's. You know he's he's. He's I was at this is what it takes. We're GONNA. Now he's GonNa fucking do like trial. He's still you know how I feel like he he he reached. They down because that was the problem i. saw for the longest time. And for what I'm so grateful for myself, which is that. I got so bad. It had to stop you know like like. To go there was no, there was nothing fucking okay about what I was up to at the end of my run with drugs now, and that was what's strange me to for for you I mean that helped a lot of people. So thank God, but that's documented to. I've seen. Entering. It's it's heartbreaking men. In what's weird is Johnny Knoxville goes in and because such boys he can tell Johnny Knoxville? God bless them has like a switch where he's like this isn't this cool man. We're not here to film and you know doing that Shit, we're here to help. fucking here. Yeah for sure and APP. I say all the time like you know we identify alcoholics, addicts part of our deal in in recovery and. I always say that you know I'm an alcoholic I'm an addict and I'm. Grateful that I suffer from alcoholism and addiction. So fucking bad that I don't have to wonder if I belong in this program of recovery there you know I don't have to the right spot the worst the worst situation you could be an in my view is to just have alcoholism just Kinda like just suffer from addiction just enough. That like. That it's not so bad that it absolutely has to stop. It's just bad enough that it can fuck up your. Everything that you do. You can just makes make. Poor decisions. Just waste a ton of time. You can not be motivated not accomplish anything. So it's bad enough to fuck up your life so that the years turn into decades. There you're? Wearing my case it was so fucking had so clear-cut had to get sober, and then once I got sober it's like, oh, wait a second. Now I'm not wasting a lot of time getting loaded so I can be going in the wrong direction making messes and Be, a Northstar kind of you know an example for Bam and these other adults. Should be stark us like get stabilize fucking crushing. You guys could do this. John says about me but some of my best friends are all addicts. Their recovering. Out. It's the way to be the like alcoholism and addiction is the only disease where. When You get it you after once you treat the disease, any other disease you treat it, and your best hope is to get back to as good as you got it. But alcoholism and addiction when you treat that you actually become an improved version of yourself than you were before. You still struggle with the studio man like you because you when you're when you're because being on tour me in comedy clubs like to be honest I didn't drink or do nicotine or anything if I. Start Doing stand up then I was around the scene and then Rogan's I. Go I take a shot before every set. and. It was like a big the communists cavs shot with like I, need all my wits when I'm up there is not telling you but doing long time this relaxing guy and I'll do it set in my life dude off to the races. Now now I'm drinking every set, I have my own whiskey coming out you know what I'm saying. So it's like it like alcohol and drugs kind of go hand in hand a little bit. Do you know? Every. Club. That's how they make their nut to. Share plus I'm the sober guy and my my crowd drinks like than anybody's. Every single. Day. Great every person I can't believe gene that's unbelievable you. Like I feel it's self serving if I can send a everybody possible home with the photo and they're gonNA post on their social media, they're gonNA tell other friends. They had a great time at my show. It's like grassroots promotion. That really helped me. but you don't struggle with with being stuff like that. At all I don I don't spend a lot of time like. I can't I don't WanNa be like cavalier and overconfident and say I don't I don't think about you know drink into like really mad travel with the sober guy you know might do that a child run. Sober. She's just never had an issue in she she's never gotten loaded around me. She's. Just my weed sometimes but never around me. Inch is not an issue for her but she it's not I just kind of. Plugged in with the the recovery community I don't feel that I'm like like at risk of. Getting loaded because like I sort of am vigilant about the. Whatever the program. But with that said, you'll hear people who are clean and sober those they say something that's pretty legitimately terrifying, which is that. I never suffered from alcoholism until I got sober. The disease is not really got anything to do with. Drinking that drank like the disease is this underlying sense of of. Like. Discontent restless irritable. cut-backs something. Drinking to the actual alcohol is is a symptom of the of. The. Actually. You could even go one step further. The alcohol is the solution that's the your medicine for the disease, and then all of a sudden the medicine turns on you and everything that drove you to drink. It's still you know you take away the alcohol. Now you're actually suffering you deal with it. That's why it's so important to have the community of recovery. That's why did you go to therapist? I. Know. I've had bebo. Yeah. Because after the fucking. Drugs I got sober with drugs and alcohol and You know I was a couple years sober and and started the comedy tour thing about taking photos with every single audience member possible like This is the. Still to this day before it got off state I, I will not go anywhere or do anything until I take a photo with every single wannabe guys the whole, the whole audience like you know. Basically, bliss. Forms of line you know formed linebackers and and for the for. The first however many years of my comedy tour. That meet and greet was glorified fucking audition. To figure out who is going to act out with sexually that. Straight up and. What you? saw out a little lake. It was a glorious. People don't WanNa. Talk about that. But that might be the worst addiction because inside you don't realize it but it's like it's totally another addiction if you think about like what's taken down like the most like Successful people like destroyed. You know that sex is by far more destructive I fall. Then drugs now. Thing. Had you deal with that. The way that it went down I was like. At this point I'm going to say I I was like thirty, eight, thirty nine and I remember going to Going to Atlanta the punchline where the club owners Christie Peta and act at that time was all about just like the Groupie sags like the triple blow job the you know like this just super blue and and and I remember after my show Christie petters like what like what he doing dude what are you dealing with your mom? He's like he's like he's like sure you might be getting away with it. Now it's getting my dig deep really WanNa you know you're getting to an age where like is that? Really what you want? Like. It's just kinda creepy. And the thing was that that was my lifestyle you know and I was like fuck hearings right and so the way that. The way that it unfolded I started to think Oh kemp thirty like I'd like I'm I'm almost forty do I really like Do I WANNA. Be Living this lifestyle you know God. had. This awful joke where I said, you know like How you know. Forty like. Do. I ask myself don't want to be fifty and physically falling apart and trying to hump everything that moves is now. I don't WanNa turn into Paulie shore. was. Just recognized, that wasn't the way to be happy that let me ask you this when you do in those ingredients and at the time well known I'm not saying thing the viewers don't earn listeners don't know but you you there's time dating Kat von D, which was super public relationships. It's not like if you were flirting with girls like people are aware that you have this famous girl for a while and at the time you guys were like your power comes. To you know that that came later it was like the end of Twenty fifteen, the cat and I got in this fairly brief relationship during twenty thirteen. I started out by saying you know I subscribed to the idea that future happened being really happy. Is contingent on me learning how to have a healthy relationship. I. Have a life partner to not just with all the fucking. Time wasted chasing jigs. Assistant distractive. Distractions of time waster. It's all kinds of attendance stress and then it's like you know when you're ghosting checks and feel like the fucking worst piece of heaven man she's the word. You know there's everything about it was just fucking awful and I was like this isn't this isn't the way. So I made a conscious decision I promised myself like I'm not gonNA fucking fool around with chicks on the stop acting out on the road. I'm just you know like like address my you know my my behavior and J couldn't fucking do it I like the you know I identified the. There's a full addiction I broke my promise every trip I'd come back and be like Fuck I. Did it again I would say it's the toughest thing in the world. I don't think people understand but that would be one of the toughest. When I got into therapy. When I got into therapy and a therapy, the therapist that specialized in sexual addiction and You know all she. Did was the Road and it just turned it. It just flowed out it became comedy it. Florida. Yes. By my whole act went from like like I you know I never stapled my ball sack to my leg for the joy of it I did it to get laid. You know like I wanted to get pussy fucking and then when jackass came out and they'll sudden this happens you know like it was that was my act and then it turned into like but I don't want to be this way. So I tried to stop and like you know I said I'm not gonNA fly around chicks, and then the next trip I go on there I am and and The titty bars. Lewis. The brass rail in Toronto. I. Wasn't. Minding my own business. I was minding my own fucking business. And it is completely true story to mine and my own business. This dancer and She running over just be lines of for me. She's like she comes Holland has over in swivels around sticker button my face off I, look at it and she had literally my autograph tattooed on her Budgie. On. Hamas was turned out a piece of ASS with my name. Everywhere, with something like that, I kept breaking my own rule. Show then like. The the therapists tells me I got. Stopped I. got go for a period of celibacy like no. No four around no jacket off. No, not no well. Dave. I'm trying to do it and I'd like. You know there's one there's one. Serious thing that happened. It was a joke where I was in the bathtub and like the line between hygiene and romance got a little blurry. Taking myself on a date that's A. Talk. For. Yourself. Washing. Cleaning up. Senate therapist says. I think you need to go into I got an actual lie program you know like. We have and I did that and come out of the sex added we have them all in. With drugs alcohol but I'm coming out of the Rehab and I got all these tour dates. No China. I don't stand a chance. So that was when I reached out to my guy who had traveled with I was like K. D.. Can you come with me on this trip to Tennessee holdman tangible? He because he's in both programs you know he's he's use on both programs and I was like Gee I just needed a common and cock for me. You know I was just just be there when I do the meet and greet, and you can always taught about always higher higher hours get somebody from the club to sell my books and t shirts and give them like a bucket sale. As you do that you get. So he comes to Cock Barton it's super effective and he's like you don't have a credit card swipe over you're only selling. Books and t shirts dared I've been toying with that fucking guy for for almost seven years we started in January, two, thousand, fourteen and now. We have DICK PIC pens Steven. Stevo. Sunglasses. Stephen Socks. fucking all kinds of. I turn every fucking show into a flea market. My dog has mocking merge line. Yeah it's. fucking March operation where we're like traveling fucking production team like we're shooting all this stuff like got into the where I did that I spent the first special was like the Ark of like becoming famous sexual addiction and they're working on kind of growing up. So I can have a healthy relationship and like to the extent that that's you know as how blue was how uncomfortably like graphic sexual shit it was. Like dude I, stand by a man like that that. Was, you know fucking love that thing but again, it didn't change my life. Then the follow of special. Dear. It's something else man have you have you seen what? Shelters. Doing Schultz. Who is Sure. Got He doesn't have to say now turn your phone i. I. Figured it out. It's works yeah, and he has some big deal come out from that because so many people gravitate towards what he was doing on those games stories which I don't air it's business out but you know what? He's doing with just releasing the clips and how you know he he is doing an hour special but releasing these clips because everyone has such a short attention span and the amount of tickets. Just. Off just lives kind of hot clips, Manny's crushing it. You've considered that not that need to. Say putting clips like Caputo put like A. Bid Out and Put out his crowd workout or he always says guy every show he goes through his the recording just in case there's some hot crowd work. 'cause you know out is when you do child, we're there's some dumb ass in the front row and you're GONNA row some or whatever it is is that special time you can release that gives you never. Gatien's always. Knew. had. Blown up man he's great. Yeah. that. I've seen a bunch of. His he had one of his things is an the studio setups talking about Biden and there was a fucking funny dude his takes on the political stuff and that's Where he's at now you know sh doing this big project for it. Yeah. Yeah. It's crazy I it brings up all kinds of curiosities. I have about this sort of east versus West thing going on in comedy. Shorts his new. York. New York as it gets yeah. Yeah. He comes out here. Sometimes you know he's throughout here but he you know he comes out here and then Tim Dillon Straight New York guy he moved to La, and now he's you know podcasting he's in the circle but now he's super you know west coast it's it's inch. It is and. Before we get into that, I just wanted to. Direct people to this is what I did with the the new special. I put it out on my own website, Steve? Dot? com. Clint it's so fucking explicit. You gotTA FUCK INTO DOT COM STEVO DOT COM. It's Officials Stevo website. In order to fuck and. Walk Last episode, a Lotta guys. Score scrawled. Case? So go ahead and click on me duct tape to the billboard truck. It's GonNa make you confirm that you're eighteen back. Hit play on the trailer. The again you got to see. This is going to be put Knoxville. You gotta hit this. Dead. Oh No. I. Can paint their boobs and show them on instagram. So I figure I should be able to paint my Dick. Dow? Hotel. Wait wait wait what you had a big. Embrace ourselves. You set yourself fire. Birds Oh, I got the burn out going to see that Clinton again by. God. Whom Swallow economy not a swat. Swat. Swelled a full load of my. Bras, come. Goals L. my bro- blue loadin condom swallowing. Sick. People you. Could've you could've just told us. Great. So that's the reaction to the the whole. going. I, stand by this thing from start to finish it's it's. Ten thousand tons of. He's leaving. Since. I was a little. and. These guys essay get ready steamboats. Dude. Out. Shopping carts for me you remember used to. Go there and sit there and my mom push me. Smart where you're doing release it on your own website. Business of it. Yeah. I'd love to hear it. I'd. Love to hear. There's been done it before, but they don't. Kind of command. The same audience that you do like I'm sure it's going really well free because Louis C.. K.. Guys who've done it before. Super Prolific and doing it and not only did he do as? His series, he did the initial window on his website and then sold it to Fx. I think just craft, which is crazy. Know, he released I think it was either a series of special only one to see what doing kind of promotion without doing it. How many views here just word of mouth right? You want to do an experiment real promotion. Promotion matters that much I'm Scott release it and I'm like say anything's goes a recent one. No years ago we we see a lot of beyonce's doing that. Surprise album. Crash it's like the fact that it's a surprise makes everybody else. I like. Time but I think you kinda betting on yourself is like I just think it's the movement I think there's so many comics. People on show Biz waiting for that approval from from the from the man the waiting for these huge networks. Okay. We think you're funny. We think you're good enough and it's like will I have what you guys want built in audience and they know what I'm about and they're down man Do it here. If you don't do this, I'm going to do it here. It's going to work right now. It's There's Of course like the. There's so much nudity. There's so much fucking like heavy drugs. Grievous bodily harm criminal activity. There are lots of reasons why this was never gonNa be a Is Never GonNa have a chance at comedy central. The only places I could have sold. It were GonNa be net flicks. or HBO or Showtime Did you try that I? Did I fucking tape that thing? Just shooting the night of the say it's properly produced. Was It fucking one hundred and twenty five thousand dollars for the filming of the special itself. But then like just the opening sequence you know we. We've filmed in in in Denver. I'm flew all the jackass guys in the all that like by then all of the. Vignettes all the additional bit. was shoot in its own right by the time I got done actually she's shooting the fucking specialized spent over a quarter million dollars on it and then and then let alone like by the time I put it out without it was like three hundred grand you know. But that's up to the present day that fucking special was taped in Denver in January twenty eighteen I fuck and I knew how dope it was and I fucked and put it to got it done and then I. Thug in that the agents were like brought it to to to you know. And NETFLIX's this guy. WHO BUYS COMEDY SPECIALS? He was just like you know I'm like a comedy snob. You know I don't want to give a comedy special to somebody who's not a lifelong like solway. Like, we're really more interested in like giving twenty million dollars. David Chapelle. Or. Whatever you know should they have on their Green Green Lit I think eight hundred comedy specials on the right. And I just couldn't function figure it out but netflix wouldn't go for it and then an HBO and showtime at the same time I don't know they're like there's too many specials out there. So we like the the want the most prestigious want and I was like what I felt like fucking Dr Drey on his defiant ones I was watching that he said. He said when he finished the chronic, he brought the chronic to every record label in every record label passed on and they rejected the fuck chronic and he was like I believe in it and I think that's were. That's how we started aftermath or some Shin and I was just like June I got the fuck chronic. This fucking things the chronic and I was just bashing my fucking head against one and figure out how to put it together on my own website. Finally, I, put it together and very recently and only just went up. But when. I put out of my own and. The ad put it in July by the time. I. Was duct taped to that billboard. I'd already gotten my money. I already got my mind back and that it's a lesson for further comic just like all all these guys are waiting for the NETFLIX's showtime bill to go. Yeah we think you're good enough like man fucking. Don't wait on that because like you said Steve It's not a lot of times not life changing on their. If even if you hate, you feel on the monster of all monsters, net flicks I know a million comes to gun athletes they don't sell an. Extra take. The does nothing no. They get lost in the shop unless you're one of those big boys. Through. The last one that I know for a fact changed his life and I don't know if anyone's ever going to see the same return but nate bar gase, he's phenome- comic finally had his chance got on Netflix. Just the right time in the rhythm. It was like Oh bill. Burr special will you might also like Nagar, Gazzi? His career blew up and he has the talent and he he's been doing in the work. But for the most part of guys I know who are on that flicks showtime HBO it just doesn't work that women. Yeah and that means crazy dude good for you. Steve Oh I did. I. Was I was so fucking pissed because I knew I mean like the just the fact of the multimedia likes from start to finish this entire our special like is it it's completely packed with every fucking joke you're watching what I'm talking about. You know like it's it's completely loaded from start to finish with just bananas fucking footed and then like half of its completely new plus it's got the whole cast of Jackass plus I got fucking skin graft surgery on fifteen percent of my fucking body for the ender they you know like I'm going to fit in. I think to one of the reasons why it says success is fans realize what you're doing. Saying it's like there's something that turns them off when you do get on Netflix Hbo Showtime I think when Fans realize that you put all your blood sweat and tears. Your Bank on yourself that ninety nine point, nine percent of people go I can fuck with that. because. They get it make so many people have been shafted by the men have so fucking pissed I was so fucking pissed it. NETFLIX's fucking pissed to everybody who could I actually filmed a fucking thing calling the Maui in the credits but here's my. I put it on the credits. Thank God, they did the. Same Return. Right I know at the time when they turn you down, it's fucking heartbreaking because when I first started toying as the headline comic I'd clubs that wouldn't let me come to their Club certain, my favorite club, the conduct in Denver I grew up in. DENVER. I. Heard About it. It was my favorite club. We can't have. Brennan. Can Headline which is Let's let's give it more time and so finally like a year went by in my agents like I'm telling this kid he's doing he's at the communists the Improv he got past at the Ice House you should give him a shot they went we'll give them a Thursday. We'll give one show on Thursday. He does good on Thursday than the following year. We'll see what happens I do. that. But the following year they awful weekend it's like that like to me like my initial reaction was l. all those clubs I made a mental note all clubbing fuck those people yeah and then you realize like, oh, it's not it's not that they don't like you just you know there's this kind of old school mentality. It's just this old school mentality right? Well, here's here's what I did. Ah. fucking. Live launch strong. I got my money back and I was like, okay normally do now I'm GonNa. fucking. By billboard in in Hollywood I. Picked one that has the fuck and Hollywood sign prominently. Behind it right. Already fucking God like in crazy trouble with the climbing up the crane zero. I'm off probation. But I'm off probation I was like you know what I was like you know what that billboards not cheap. You know whatever it's eight grand. Eight thousand bucks for the month by and then add on top of that to give me up there in mount me onto it. You know I got hired an entire construction team to cranes. And I'm maybe I'M GONNA get myself in. Trouble maybe it's GonNa you know but. But but. I think that. That this is this is gonNA they're gonNA fuck fucking find out about this. So I I go up on that billboard and for the first hour like nobody seems to care a cop fuck and slowest to enroll sticks his cellphone out fucking snapshot. I. And I'm like dude, I just because that was largely what brought the whole budget for the special over three hundred grand. and. Then, then I show up on this citizen APP says man duct tape to billboard and some some I. It's supposed to be like local neighborhood but somehow like seven, hundred, thousand people. Like viewed that like it was a live stream or something and. Once. That happened here. Now, there's hundreds of people everywhere fucking like cops and fire trucks and I'm like I really don't want to fuck fire department do this. I, kept my construction team there and the guy comes straight to the first responders. He says he'll love we have a whole team. We've got her own cranes we could bring down it's completely safe. You don't have to waste your time and they were like, Oh, well, it's liability that we we have to take him down. But. But it's job though did its job because within forty eight hours of me coming down off of that billboard there were articles online Franck. Overdue. From Vanity Fair. Had, never been written up by Vanity Fair before Vanity Fair Variety Rolling Stone People magazine fucking buzzfeed deadlines tmz. Fox CNN view today. fucking. Went on and on and on it was. Probably the most can publicity I've done publicity stunts in the past. This one might have been the big boys big one. Big One eight I'm just like those fuck and fuck faces what they could have had. You know what they could, and now like now they need to understand that when I make my. Neck special and and again I taped gnarly in January of two thousand eighteen. Oh I've been torn now that now the material comes with me on the road now each bit and there's no, there's no more memory lane on my turnouts, the bucket list tour, the bottom of the barrel stunts that didn't happen for damn good reasons ahead anyway at so it's two hundred percent all new material about. Did some regaling the past anymore and and and and I'll be ready to do that. Whenever I picture that when Jackass four comes out, I'll have my bucket list. Special ready to come out my my new book ready to. A different tune. But my my question for you do you WanNa go down that lane? That's the. Think we know this word right and that's without the Netflix's outer is that's without their promotion machine me on my own all Steve Reich Yeah I think it's tough. I think for some comics and there's not a ton of, but some people are just undeniable. You know what I'm saying it's like you're undeniable Steve. And I honestly. By wholeheartedly. Believed that every single fucking person who watched my Spanish special on Stevo Dot. Com who stranded at from there like is a completely satisfied customers through. That I'm building goodwill with my audience such that when I do my next special, you're going to be there ready to go got I was so happy that I made that purchase last time around ready to do it again, all just built built up the machine. So the next time around and likely we never know if the world stopped spinning, but it's Likely that jackass four will come out in September twenty, twenty, one. Yeah I'll have my my follow up to my my book. You know, I, have a new book coming out at the same time. Yeah. Like the God looks like I'm selling a television series to the USA network you know and then the new bucket list special like it's GonNa be like. Ten A big fucking ear next year twenty, twenty one. Twenty. Twenty one could be really fucking big and and jumped on the podcast bandwagon to I know in your pocket doing well, right. That's what was great about the the coronavirus shutdown we weren't. We were filming Jackass for for one week. During, that week my agent called up and said Hey man, Gob you're selling out your your shows. The. Comedy clubs so far in advance I, it no longer makes sense to me to to even entertain offers from comedy clubs. Congratulations you've graduated to theater. It all goes away. So that's what sucked. At that that all getting shut down sucked. But you know I've got like my my my digital operation. You know I've got the super active with ut by the blessing because forces a lot of people to get creative and figure out other revenue streams than other content. Yeah. And I already had the wheels in motion for my podcast. I had three episodes banks when the. Coronavirus. Shutdown happened but I just you know. That's I did a lot of money. But you're doing it out of your. RV parked on the street. Was the most annoying question. Will you do my podcast? Because everybody's got a podcast most. Most podcasts don't have an audience you know like search like. That question worst and now I'm going to be the one asking that question. So with a lot of people. I suppose. But the only way that I could wrap my head around jumping on the podcast bandwagon was if i If I. Could have a mobile studio that can bring to the guests. Make it easy whenever is convenient for you wherever you wanted to odd pop you jump in the Remember we were talking about. Pulp to your house like what? Stuart men are we still gotta do we still. Do I love that I've saved they know that it's GonNa be a fucking killer. Get you in the. Like I. I have You know booking I dunno for for you even trip that much. But do I agonized over trying to get back and we'll? Names for me it was like. For the longest time doing firing the kid who's me and Bryan Callen, and so we would have guests and then became just me and Brian a we were. So guest heavy because the audience was tune in because it's just me and Brian than the relationship to me and Brian. Then I'll see shit hit the fan with Brian these allegations come, and then he can't be on the show and so I'm like what the Hell Am, I gonNa do, and then you know thank God for Chapellet Malik and I a cat and like I need help man I mean they're gonNA. Stop doing the show I need help because I I just I do to other shows I do show for showtime. I do the one with the king, the sting it's like I'm spread. So thin if I have to take this on and then relying guests, I'm not gonNA, make it so they can start booking and thank God for Catman, think. Louis because the guest is it's such A. Realize it's gotTA. Drag gotTa Brag about. Get I'm finding. Stevo I just I. Just did Mike Tyson. Mothers all that. Do his to the Hobart high his twice but he gets hired shit right but you kidding. Me like before kate respectfully dozen hot pockets can't can't hop by. The ads like some people probably don't don't care for me. It's like I'm breathing. You want to be right can't be breathing. So you've had who you've had Mike Tyson John Jones John John. How. Good was John was great. I. Watched the UP. So yeah thank you. Dude I thought I thought it was it was really good. Yeah can shacked. Shaquille. Demi Levato I love Vegas. I had. I can't Tiffany haddish huge. Stephen. Thank you. I hear anyone. That Guy We don't have daybreak snoop he's. I can't wait. Like dying to have on that, you can't get on. Fuck Man I read that I don't know I just that I haven't been able to book fifty Mile Bro Fifty Cents Really. Be Good and. Can Drive to New York though now maybe. People Forgive zoom calls. Would have been dealt with shack was in rb because he? Really in there, but we had him on zoom. down. It's called wild ride with Stevo and. Tomorrow, we put up Ryan Shetler. Tell Ya. The I I asked he said how on his MTV show would transfer a number of seasons that like he was sort of going through growing pains of being a teenager and like wildly successful and all on camera and his parents got divorced while the show was filming and I was like man, you know did like. Did your earnings. Play into your parents divorce they like fighting over your. Then I was like I'm sorry I. Asked that. Question He's like. In everything. Yeah like I have been doing the shutdown the coronavirus just been. Start booking some tour dates or you still just got my first offer for drive in scenario I worked for you I. Don't I've heard good and bad Bert Kreischer he loves everything. So he swears by Chapelle did one and I'm doing I'm doing this and Improv in. Dallas this weekend. HAVE THE ANTIBODIES AFTER Your dust. So, mean about. People. brule about it. Yeah. I saw one particularly fucking. Mean headline got credit credit the person for for coming up with the witty headline. coded. It said Covid the only thing killing at a Brian Shaab show. Oh Me Brian both. Get. You didn't get it get it not. Just. Sent that just. I'm sorry. FUNNY HERE'S A. Headline. I did I. Tested positive for the antibodies like never good for you I, never even met have been symptomatic and. because. There's never a point where I felt even remotely ill. Yeah. It wasn't bad for me but everyone's different. But do you know you're always welcome here brother the Special the night man I'm I'm just proud of what you're doing May. Not GonNa let you down and and maybe calm. Maybe I will do the bucket list do the bucket list tour I fuck and I went. So overboard I'm looking forward to Jack for coming our and doing all the press for it and being like Yeah Jagger's for whatever because I can confidently say that like Jag is you know whatever happens. The gnarly shit is in the bucket. Like I was like you know I had these ideas for decades that I just wasn't in the cards for them to happen. You know like skydiving for for like twenty years people asked me about skydiving and I was like everybody does that Said you know for it to be worth it for me to go skydiving since the first time you have to have a guy slapped on your back. I'm GONNA BE BUTT. fucking naked. And furiously jacking off. Who? took. Another layer. Here we go. Just jump out. I'm GonNa time it so that I fall out of the airplane blasting everywhere. There are a lot of layers to that. Lot just a mental. There's Lon layers first options. The initial calls to the to the. Ed or have you ever heard of Stevo Fuck Yeah, we love to whatever he wants to do. We're in and. Explain the idea like a lot of silence. Lot Silence on the call, and then we get in shutdown like we so many and they really are. Now we really can't do that. You know like so I said fuck it there aren't fuck it I on my social media with the INSTAGRAM's Jam Cam looking for a professional skydiver feud with the tandem license to do a stunt with me, we got a million. fucking. Got Your license and contact. My Guy, my cock blocker Scott. Scott. Got Seventy two licensed tandem skydivers right on. Right now tell them the idea. Do. The logistics fucking bodies across. That's that's the closer for the Bucket List I. Love that show there's one or two. Were down. Not just one guy was like fucking. Golf chat with. Joey. Back. That's not the plane wasn't. please. Let me be the one. A, foreign do but I. Warn Do. Start to finish on the bucket list show if if the if the world starts spinning again, I got like I always want to have kids like I had an idea for the longest time. I'M GONNA get a vasectomy and do you like the sesame Olympics were right out of the procedure I'm fucking rigorous show. Kids because kids number one might be number one like was passing on my DNA is very problematic. My family tree is not like It's tough. Yeah. It's like. With the alcoholism and the. Gambling suicide like my whole family tree on my mom's side she now it's like. Russian roulette with a loaded gun. But then there's like the just the. The dwindling opportunity the whole fucking dynamic of the rich get richer and the poor gu poor stopping fucking funny like you know it's not like the dwindling opportunity. I have inmates to create a new person to swim against this fucking stream soon, become more powerful against you the odds. Like why the y you know like with the take. The COVID Shit? Right like. I I got interested in in kill. How many people die anyway. Right. Did you deal out of two? Hundred seventy, five, hundred? Yeah. I I. I came up with the last. The last well document year was two, thousand eighteen. Thousand seven hundred per day. So like how many is covered deaths? Would have died anyway right like I mean I don't WanNa like discount but my sister did put it this way. She said you know like when World War One World War Two or like war situations happen like the tragedy of all of that loss of life is that everybody dying is young like eighteen year old super healthy refund can people but like my sister said, you know without being like you know. Like. You know dig headed or whatever. About China Life. Any right. Eighty right and. You know you've got people with You know vulnerability it's like you know you could look at. Kobe. As sort of the opposite of like the loss of life during during war, you know all the young people dying. In this case, you've got people who really served to be a drain on Medicare on on like. Whatever the? Fuck bills and everything. So like it's almost like kind of cleaning up the system a little bit and I mean been comedy Dick. Whatever. That's that was my sister who said. How many people die and then like show the here's the fucked up part seven, thousand, seven, hundred people die anyway every day. I eleven thousand are born everyday. I. Walk notes what the Fuck Right Mike come on. Come on and so it's like going to go get Secta me and I jumped on a fucking bareback horse in my hospital gown and go galloping like to the fucking Pinata party where I'm the peanut. Like. I'm the weird. One. He like really like I'm the weird one for wanting to get the SEC to me look. Look at the numbers in whatever's just for your lifestyle numbers are dumb. Dumb aired like to have more kids would be cool to have another Stephen on this planet. Like your person. Why appreciate that I appreciate that and? You know some people like those love thousand Muslim price should be having kids I mean, we use more Stephen like idiotic Chrissy was like a funny concept but it's not comedy. It's the fucking world. With A. Matter of. President. I mean, just the the the people having the most kids are just. Right. They need more. People who are most qualified to be like I. Think they used to have to get a license to a kid and so. You have to get licensed to catch a fucking fish. Gone Yeah drive a car. Yeah. Whatever right? Yeah, right. So. Whatever but check out the special man? com. pleased. Inside. -SSUME THAT CLIP sells itself. We don't really need to say too much. I mean it's it's pretty indicative of. Of How can gnarly it is and let me know man whenever whenever you're ready I'll jumping that. Man. I love it like I I got theo coming on. Imminently. Sounds like? Yeah I can't wait. I can't even waiting. There's so much that. that. We didn't get into on this that I'm just dying to ask you. Like. Yeah. So much shit to talk can we got a lot of work to do? And did. Thank you, guys. Living Legend Brad. Time Stevo we look at. Jaylen arrived. Steve O's greenhouse. Thank you. Thank you. Be Great. Great. How long have you known them? Stephen came on fire and the kid probably like five years ago when we're at Fox and then Stephen I relate because rights like he came from this kind of different path to stand. Path. So then people talk about Stevo Than Star including me and then this comic kind of well known start talking shit about Stevo and then saw like, yeah but that's not always the case it was like because Brennan Shaab, and then they start defending me and then the guy was like we can't fend Brennan Shinhan Stevo because they're the same basically came from different paths. And had this built in audience in this doing stand up. So then me and see well, we just had each other but also states that one of those things where it's like you have to start at this age, you know it's not like fighting where you have to start or or anything like finds bag Sam because you got ready to get. You got guys who started Brandi. Way. Later. I mean. Even even starting stand up later like it's an advance even later it's just what? I didn't start like when compared to Fahim Anwar compared to Dave Chapelle when they're sixteen fourteen where the fuck is you know so I started later but for me at advance because I've I've more life expensive better thing have been perspective. Stand wise nineteen you know what the fuck is going through the Shit I was talking about early on I'm like what the Fuck I think what the Hell's talking about? Being Steve. Steve at least once a month. Once he's such a good dude. Gene Window. Like. Just a really good dude there. He's hard to follow the or to because his stand ups do. It's not like bit bit bit bit. It's like a story and he's so famous everyone know. So I'll tell story like Kim dumping hot sauce in his I. It goes comet comic. Comic Stevo Comic and then comet comic. So inside it's just a different like. It's just a different. Okay Gotcha. I had so much fun with them that weekend we did when I did. Remember but not a big yes. Didn't of course. You look different. You look different I have. No I had A. Cut My hair high and tight. And I didn't I didn't know. What I was running with you. I was going with. Him always look the same sound do. You guys watch the debate last night hale year it was like. Did you guys watch it was a roasted and session there must have been forty to fifty minutes. Do we know the ratings bring up the know the ratings dude it was like a super bowl I was adding Zaidi was nervous. Then they come out it was a shit show. It was just them like interrupting each other. Like it was nothing got accomplish. Let's say you're in the middle. About, for example, watch them like I fuck. It was just them arguing sixty five million people watch is that a lot? That's a lot watch something. That's insane. That's insane. Dog I'll never really looked at Joe. Biden like looking at him last night although Yo, you look at him, his face little I history. Thousand. Should be. The Liberal Hoddle I, know the bill of rights already just old school shit to trump was like it was about your son he's like my son was a gold medal-winning. Coke the one that was doing all the. kicked. Off. Break on the mediator. It's like such a tough job like you need to be such an Alpha male to be the mediator because trump's just gonNA fuck and take control and so. Trump is such an Alpha male the guidebook you'll have two minutes and he just steamrolled through like, no no no I'm I'm Gonna I'm rebuttal what he's talking about. Two minutes gone for eight minutes but trump like you have to be such a kind of. Almost, like Alpha Gainer were you gotta like staying around but who did they need? Who'd will be the great like rogan would be great. Okay. I. Saw him trailing but NASA Mural Jackson. He would get destroyed by saying, say two minutes. Venture set. You need. So like Alpha male like no, like you need. Them and coach Carter I don't. Say. What New. You need. You need like an Alpha male he's not gonNA put up with Shit I saw. He. Sees the weakness and just steamrolls neutral with Biden. Them. Kinda did low blows to come on man. You're you're the worst president that we've ever had like he started going low ball Mike off by then take the high road dude like you're that. You can't take the harrow with trump trump was getting them. No trump was digging to the. I. I. Don't think anybody got anybody who's just kind of like a bit of a Shit, show? They were just interrupting each other a like if you had if you went to wasn't productive. No. Not at all, like to watch the debates to get like an honest opinion on what their political like aspects are the what they believe in you walked away. Like to parents fighting. To Gay older parents who gave A two gay DADS. Shout two gay DADS by the way doing the damn thing that you do. Like it was just. It was crazy. I loved it. Entertaining entertaining but. Politically. It was a shit show. Yeah. Yeah I can't believe guys didn't watch it well, what? Joe Biden is a white, Walker for game of thrones to face. You. Know but people told me it reminded them of like a lot like love and hip hop reunion. Yeah. Sunday cocaine. Two hundred. Eighty Colin comes into like interview. Yeah. A little more structured exactly love and hip hop is a water on people. shoe. Classic wigs. T mom Dr, Drew Mama, walked off set and. Like come on by. Jeep. We need you, and then he'll do we still have. Cooling. Building. Up. All right. We. Saw One. Yes. Okay we. saw this video they're more. So, there was this video, it went viral because there's this girl who starts talking in front assault bay and some man comes in barging yelling at her and because this Clinton viral there were people who looked into Salt Bays Boston restaurant where he was at and it got shut down for. Like breaking these covid restrictions because there were a bunch of people in line, even wearing masks and stuff. So this idea. Go why do you give a fuck? Just don't go mind your business is a great toward. Toward doing that foresaw, you're looking at a man she ran. Show. Her Man. Nothing's been confirmed I think she made like Tiktok a few days after saying that wasn't her boyfriend that will. Speculating that it was like her boyfriend like he took her to dinner. To. Working for T. bones. By you one. He was. Doing our man. Aggressive somebody's going along. It'd be like. It'd be paid. TIKTOK skit I mean. which is a great actor but also to Salt Beta film it, he's in the room that too much wheels emotion there. They're not thinking that far she the way she tried it off knows that she'd been to domestic violence because I heard I heard his restaurant floor in Miami's good. Though hurts really good little try when she saw him Ooh, let me get a potty. You See. Who who's The guy did elevator thing ray rice. Energy. Same Vibes. Fill it, but also an salon Jay Jay Z. elevated. Oh. What's the lowest like she? She should be doing. Is kind of. Like. Very, classy and very like. Salon. Lady like yeah. Will feature ass salons, data decrypt. That's why she got all energy. Has that ugly sister power. Might even think about that. Younger? Sister. Say. It's just like you when they very special today's Chapelle like you said, why are you comparing? Chapelle. got a point. We have no relation. I don't open form you know what I'm saying like. Brother. Jay Z.. Those two Jay z beyond say Jay Z. Ugliest. Jay Z daisy joe camel days, Joe. Camel. Fuck can do no wrong daisy Salah's how is. She is good this. So Amazon just released that they're going to have new technology where you can pay with just your hand. That's weird though because then you gotta put your. Yeah, I. Guess they don't go into detail about how they're going to do exactly but it's going to be like you swipe your hand I'm guessing they're gonNA take like almost like a fingerprint of your home and then you you answer your credit card at the beginning. So it has like that information where your palm's ide- is then matched up to a credit card and that's how you going in and out. It's cool but it's definitely shady like what what is it? Why why? Why why? Why we need shit like that on Bernie I can't do. My hand to my. Right, number this whole foods. Might be because Amazon does own wholefood. Saw You're going to try to sell this technology. Foods. Fans No. I only go there for the for the mates. I like eight though pieces better. Especially, if I'M GOING TO COOK CHEF. Pill. Does she get. All right I want you to look at this guy's picture a quick i. All right. So would you allow this to be your kids teacher fucked though so he was actually fired as a kindergarten teacher because one of the kids who said that she was getting nightmares from watching them. Yeah. How? You, what are you? Going to. Heal the. He's actually able to teach us six and older. So he's still still teaching but six not no longer Kim just like a kid's imagination like when they. Searched it. That would scare me as a kid like paintings decorative. Teach. CanNot Scary now I'm GONNA. Adult? It's not good. while. His his also his point of view is like he likes the fact that he can look like this and then kids are around him. So they don't judge people by the way they look. They grow up. So that's what he says here. Except people from are different from the norm maybe they're adults they'll be when they're adults they'd be less racist and less homophobic more open. Homophobic I mean it's just overall how someone I don't think he's just he's just saying the world. It's just tough man. Yeah I'd be a little worried that was a kid and I saw that. Yeah it'd be terrible. Did you certain stigmas like I? Don't my account and having a neck tattoo wouldn't trust them. We will know some shit because you. Imagine him coming in school or hey today kids who are learn Louisiana purchase no not. Cover up around. Social. His eyes are Tattoo. His Ozzy. Mental. Issues to. Some mental junior, the white of eyeballs let them live. She can live just don't WanNA teach them. How would you tell you might be a great teacher I would just probably I'd like I'm just GonNa go. To. Another school. Yeah. I just I wouldn't feel comfortable leaving my kid especially if there's a kindergartener with this teacher stocks. Imagine. Would you guys? My Kids in school right now fuck now. It's just the way I don't know. Okay. This is a good story. Dhillon. West. So Mark Cuban was looking for him I'm making phone calls to find out where he was and finally about him, right? Yeah. Of course, the guy who smacked on the Brian Jay's mom continue. Fuck Lebron James No way we don't talk. That's why that issues. Then then I don't know what Lebron did to wrong gotTA Michalis shift out of the League believe you got them out of society correct correct. So he ended up becoming homeless. All right. West, and then Mark Cuban. And my gas station and picked him up, drop them off at a hotel where his mother was waiting to do like you know an intervention. So now he's actually willing to go to to would you call it a therapy? We have. We have ready to go there and I guess that's a good story right Mark Cuban actually himself. Mark Cuban on Shark tank. Oh Come on. He's so cool. Cool. Is One is Mark Cuban him friends or like how did that use the owner he played for that? Okay he never played with Lebron is he did. All right about just the. History he had a video video. Remember he came out in the video and all NBA players is like man we get them off the street and they didn't do anything on. Cube Martinez I I got you. Yeah. Wow. Yeah. I feel sad but they're they're I'm sure it says was he really good player? He was like an all. Star. All. NBA Smack on the kings mom this all we s don't fuck Lebron's mom. Broadway. So why wait wait? Then she wanted. Did it Is just. Have more of an issue with my mom you'll see. You'll see her at the games anymore. You remember all the Games. I go baby. She will fuck players. The bubble. This never years ago. So. But. Here's the thing with this on. What's his mom? Bring his mom, Dylan's. There have been other. Coaches that have tried to get him help who do I don't think there's there's they've they've been trying for a while. The, you did that out. Of spite, look at her. That's what he did. Him. Lebron a picture of him in the mall right there. You know go to the MVP. Right there. You did that I did it out. Of spite you did that out of spite. That's real. That's real. Lebron James I. Okay. You have all these. Cleveland women and you'll hear my mom. Okay Wha-. What is? Here looking I care top. Rather just not no. Okay. Yeah, he fucking. Care Top and the guy from green. Green. Mile who the the big bag do not not not duke. Passed away. From Green Mile. Offi. That's Michael is Michael Court. Conduct. Show. I think. This might be as girl because. This one's his mom right the. Nineteen eighty. Now by. Appears the under tongue come on law. Lebron. James Look what's the thing say though? Says Pao says. Do Onto US IS PARANOID Was Quick on this. Checks into Rehab. I. says. It's got to be as strict Okay. Lebron. To. Lebron and when he got. Bronze Did. LACI dawn to a small. At your home. It's all you guys want to see. The root of the problem is going to. It. Starts at the. High Type Lebron James Bond. Type and Lebron. On A. Definitely, he was hitting he did out, of spite. All the Games. She has like, no look. ME. True I guess I mean not bad. Go go to the one where she holding up Lebron James. Right, the his face The sun. You said that's not bad. How bad. You did out inspire him abroad onto it. He was like, okay. Okay. I'm GONNA shut up. That is strange I. Wonder how? About a spike. You a handsome guy that's like a younger pitcher. He could like a like a snow bunny in Cleveland. Come Brent. And He WanNa Lice Candle through light skinned dues home time be looking. Do John Be John White John. Be Why he's not ready I will give him like. He saw black on tracks. He does not like John. How Dairy Salt John? That is true apologized. How do we get on this? Is Mark Cuban Mark Cuban. For. All right let's see here. Let's pick a good one. But again. King gets almost there. This is cool. What's not cool but this dad was in a car dealership and then some I guess robbers came in started shooting his kids were down the couch and he defended like. Jumped on top of them to make sure that they aren't hit. He got shot twice and then because he works construction or whatever he got fired because he couldn't do his job Jesus. So then of course, go from you came in and it has over like two hundred something thousand dollars. And also saved his kids. Do you WANNA see the video? I WANNA see. Okay. Mr. Hsun. into the I. Guess they're just Robin. So he's literally covering all of this case. Yeah. Covering all of his. Shooting again. I. Think There's one more to come here as well. What would they just want to there to shoot? Robbing him probably grab some money. On those the little I too much right either. So another show. Damn. Shoot back at them I'm GonNa Guess who else had a gun in a dealership. Stars, you sell selling cord that at though. We're that at all, it's Bronx. Bronx yeah. Damn. damn. It's up almost three hundred grand I mean this is already an older. Let's. Days. Doesn't story. But but there's not much details. Doesn't want his name props it dealership I mean. Do they pay cash for some Muslim. Stealing A. I I didn't see anything. I see no skirt off. Yeah. Dan. It's go from these our now. Yeah almost three, hundred, thousand, three, hundred, thousand. When does it stop though? That's why I was curious about like they have a goal but when does it have? They have a time line of wouldn't've shit stops. Okay. I can't I don't know. I love how? Like mamie learn Lord.' was like Yo just make sure they see I have a hundred dollars. Ahead. Donate anonymous ninety, nine dollars. I'm GonNa he could went to. Kind of petty a little bit ninety, nine, ninety, nine over. Okay. Looks like a gang thing because three suspects fired multiple shots at a male who then returned fire so might might have been just they found A. Tally of. Four card and they slipped. Okay that makes sense makes. It wasn't on TMZ WE GOTTA go there. Go Fund me. Yeah. That's crazy. Man What dealership is that though? I, don't see any. A. We'll see a lot of range rover Honda looks like a beam. Weird because there's a Mercedes is a BMW. US, Carla? Maybe as well as drug dealer shop kit for him get three. Okay. Though pay cash. That I guess. So all right. Man Up. So Steve Oh man. With The kids. Saying. Z.. Z. Right. It's actually deliver today at it. Oh. That's cool. Hollywood Hollywood. Okay. on. Dallas. Dallas. Last. Saturday sold out. Added tickets to Thursday and Friday shows. So get tickets. Now Tomorrow Dallas is ride. Let's RAW ADDISON IMPROV DOT COM for tickets. Phoenix tickets are on sale that November fifth through seventh Nashville on Sale November nineteen th through twenty six now t fact K. DOT com. Think. That's it. Man You fellas basically you we're out.

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VORB (Value Over Replacement Bear)

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VORB (Value Over Replacement Bear)

"It has this feeling like streets of rage or final fight or another side scrolling. Beat him up. You know how in those games you'll be like walking down the street beaten opponents or whatever and then there are non like non-player upon non opponent characters who are just like posted up on the wall smoking or like playing pool or they're just like completely chill they're here to they're just all at the urinal just standing completely still finishing their piss even as you can bump into them and you bump into them they they have one line of dialogue that. Hey right welcome. Stranger welcome to town stranger. There's one guy in there if you suplex your friend into his but he gives you a side quest. That's there's another guy you suplex your friend in a his but coins fly out of his head whole turkey will come out and you can recover full health with the turkey off the floor of the old path room. It will make you healthier. That's right Welcome to the town forecast. You are listening to the internet's only college football podcast. If you'd like another it's too bad you don't need another one. Your doctor speaking my doctor perhaps in another country that doesn't require medical degree. Yeah i'll go ahead and say what's the most complicated medical procedure you could perform an emergency. You know what i'm really asking could you. could you give somebody a tracheotomy. His that the standard that i reigned instantly rainer. You're saying you need one. No right now. I mean to be fair. I don't know maybe that will fix my voice. But i i. I'm fine but i could. Do you think you could successfully perform a tracheotomy. no no i was just. Let's be real. I don't think. I could successfully because i think the standard is a tracheotomy. Because that is what is performed in a number of sitcoms as we sitcoms. Oh yeah yeah yeah. This was a thing like there's an episode of mash for somebody is old to perform a trade not a surgeon and they are told that i think there's an episode of night court so older. Have sitcoms back when back when spencer as a kid. When tv was like unregulated trachea. Hey kids watch this when they didn't do things When they didn't do things that were you know didn't have to have a disclaimer. Like hey things depicted in this show or strictly ignorant. Do not attempt to track your friend right. I johnny knoxville. I'm gonna tracheotomy when we man. Yeah that's that's the yet so. Apparently we could do things like that. Why don't you think you could do this. I think because it involves it involves cutting through a pretty boney part of the body right there. And i think that's probably a tracheotomy is it you have to cut. You have to cut through this. This particular like you have to cut through the throat. Which has like the larynx right there. That's what do you think the leering says. Pretty boney man grab it. It is very firm bone firm. But yeah yeah i listen i i want to go on the record and say this that i'm the one saying no i will not just go willy nilly into someone's throat with some rubbing alcohol in the back half of a pen. Okay i will i will. I will meet you halfway and admit that the tr- the the trachea is carl edginess. Okay that's fine carl. Yeah i'm not going. That's not what he meant. What no i mean. He did not mean cartilages. He means he thinks it has processing. They're seriously i think there's little startup bone in there. I believe that's i point process. I'm looking at is at the lower end of the sternum. Okay yours and ask him. If it's easy to just have him teach us to do tracheotomies over the podcast hold on. I'm gonna text phone. It's the highway books if someone listening to the needs one right now all on. Oh there's here's just hang on hard. Would it be to teach an amateur to give a perform be proper here a tracheotomy. And can you do an. Are you free right now. See what he says. He might not respond and if he doesn't medical license suspended now cast medical licenses. The todd cast this. Todd cast just i. That's i think. Here's what i know i could do okay. This is a procedure. It's a veterinarian procedures. I feel a little bit better about it. You have to look up when you have a large free dog or any dog. That tends to bloat. And i don't mean like gain weight. I mean like suffers from the condition. Bloat where like their stomach flips and it's called gastric torsion. And what you have to do is you'll have to. You'll have to relieve the pressure. Ask my nintendo before the that was going to interfere with this this gold and you take the pen right. You can do this with a pen or you can do this with pretty much. Any shark any reasonably clean sharp object and you will have to do this with any shark. And i'm like yeah sure. That's that's where this guy first of all. Go get a shark ball if you don't have homemade store-bought is fine the barefoot contessa would never stand for that i would never buy my shark army yak right now. But but that's. I feel like i could do that. Procedure because you know what are have to do you. Didn't even you have to relieve the pressure. Making skopje yes. So you gotta make a gas off a new experience. I all right. You described the closest medical procedure to what you got such a lake. You've got such zeal for wanting me to perform a tracheotomy on human. That's not what you're hearing. Now that's what i'm hearing right. It's like yeah man you gotta do it. You gotta get out streets like what you're hearing your take away from. This is that. I'm inception you to tracheotomy. A stranger for no reason ryan. I'm too close to the situation in your state away. He's getting worse right. I think that's right. No no no. We're fine so i'm going to go out in the streets and tracheotomies. Yeah gotta have to do it. That's what do you think about it for you like. What medical procedure do you feel like you could handle. Hi mike yeah. Yeah yeah yeah. How confident are you. Well are is it. Okay if we break ribs. Yeah go nuts. Hang out and find that. i'm fine. I'll just because here's the thing if you've ever had to like carry a angry four year old across a house that's basically that's basically behind like where you're just like i gotta have you gotta get the firm around the round the torso like if i'm just doing that to a grown adult who's not fighting me. I feel like i can fucking nail it. would somebody fight you choking. That's that'd be amazing. Happy amazing and you can break twice as many ribs are trying to save your life beecher. Drew brees some vitamins on it drew. I've always wanted to apply a tourniquet. Is well these are all things. I feel like you learn reading like hatchet and books like them growing up. Yeah i think silver burn. Could you cauterize somebody. Oh yeah seems easy right. I think so i think so but i i think the question is knowing when to stop. I'll say about how about this. Not easy but simple. It seems so right forward. Yes there's only one step. The process seems fairly direct. Yeah it does seem direct man. That's a that's a moment. When you're like i have to do this. And yeah no. That's you could deliver a baby a strange strangers baby again. These are things that sitcoms made seem much easier than they actually. Yes that's true but you have two children. So you know that. Childbirth is nothing like what is depicted ads in most films and television shows. No boiling water was used right ryan. How're you grading that. 'cause it's coming out so you know what is the. How do you determine a successful all right. Well let's let's let's go you the sense here. One the catch. I argue is the most successful part of it. Okay okay yeah yeah like. If if you drop the baby upon delivery you might as well not have been there you might as well have left this poor woman just on like a california king. I'm realizing i was sort of thinking past the basics. But yeah thank you. Yeah yeah And then i guess it's really just up to up to the mother to be like. Hey how would you grade. Spencer's performance as like a birth coach. I was. I mean. I was pretty good. I feel like i do. I can cut a cord handed. Lobbying is phone. i feel somebody. Somebody had to put it on instagram. Come on put on instance yeah. He was on twitter. Don't lie it was fine. Like i can cut like i can catch and i can cut so that. That's pretty much what i could do. After that. we're going to need some professionals in the room. Can i feel yeah. I feel like i could get back to us. Yeah i'm hasn't gotten back to us yet sir. That is played what file a medical complaint against him. For lack of response it could be. It could be that. He's sending an ambulance to my house. Be like she is what is he doing. Filing a meadow complaint in the state of florida even thing. He lives in florida right. Yeah who are you going to file a complaint with. That's that's fair. you're gonna tell hooters. I've got brady out the magistrate they send twenty percent off coupon and told me about the su- our apologies under death hard. You're you're you're you're hooters. Debt will decrease by ten percent. I didn't i didn't go to six months of medical school at hooters. University told me hooters. Dr hooters to you. That is jason. Let's get your answer. What is what is the thing you feel like the medical procedure you feel like you could handle khader as that sounds pretty. I mean i'll say like this. Like let's say if i had like well. We've all been watching wanda vision. If you had a vision right you'd say like hey. Does this hurt. Right there was like sh- just wipe his memory or something right. It'd be great to test caught arising on vision. He'll get over it. Andy's very nice guys. Sure it's just really fucking interesting that like like burn part of your body and it's like a good idea thank you. I'm glad you did that. Okay what in your house. What in your way. Todd's texted back so the question again was how hard would it be to teach an amateur to perform a tracheotomy. He said two days like two full days. Let's assume that means to workdays with with like long lunches so that seems like ours yet. So i think so. We don't have that kind of time. Todd i appreciate you. I appreciate about my brother. He didn't ask why he announced he'd be like liable or something. Yes why y'all so didn't answer my immediate question which is an amateur what i do it for the trade. All right immature baseball player. Dr jason. what in your house. Love the gig economy. You need to cauterize. Somebody old appeared forty five minutes. Jason unique to cauterize somebody at your house right now. What is the tool you're going for. I got one of them little Candle lighters so aim inflame. Yeah i can set. I mean literally anything aiming those little long next awesome. Yeah it's a little long necked lighter. I've never heard the term. But i'm very enthusiastic about it started. We got we got these ones where you can angle angle the neck with like the telescoping neck. Yeah you can gamble. You can. But i mean i got that. I'm good fucking anything on fire and his jab it in there. See what happens yeah. I've heard that's one of the most important parts of the hippocratic oath which is just jab it in their first arm. I mean when they wrote that shit they were dumber than we are. So it's true if we showed them that you know they'd be like wow you guys are the smart guys here. If you went back to like ancient greece with an aim flame. you'd be fucking emperor in day. You kidney yeah yeah or or someone. Someone would beat you with iraq for your aim and flame. That's probably ancient rome. Not ancient greece ancient greece. They'd respect village ancient rome. Yeah they'd stampede. The flame of wisdom. He's stolen fire from the gods tied to a tree and let the vultures eat his liver. And that's how jason changed story and invented pro wrestling centuries before it actually started now. They were on wrestling. They loved wrestling straw. Yeah they really really really loved wrestling sparta sparta though they would run terrified from it. That's it you. You'd like that flaming they'd go. Because spark are dumb as hell dumbest people in history the dumbest people in history the dumbest. I'm just gonna go ahead. Lay their their their their content there in the tournament. Okay yeah there at least a two seat in that journey at least like they got a whole story about a boy gets his liver eaten by a wolf but doesn't cry and they're like good. That's good this we want. This is my philosophy course. My history course where we we introduce everybody with the spartans who were dumb shit. That's like section section one of the curriculum and it'll be like you know the mongols who were dumb shit very aggressive but dumbest shit actually mongols dumb. They can hear you keep that in mind. They can't get to me. They don't have boats they'll have horses put a horse on boats. They didn't get very far. Mongols have boats thing had tried to invade japan. It didn't work didn't work. But because i do not have the divine wind in your favor. Okay so they hearing from the mongols shortly they didn't they didn't have boats. What they did instead was just subjugate the chinese and the koreans and had them build boats. Maybe a little smarter than i thought. See there excellent managers. They knew what they do. And that that's a four of intelligent multiple media companies. That which this would be lauded. I can look at multiple media. Companies that basically operate off this model. I i this is basically. Isn't this daboh. i can't do that. i'm gonna go get somebody who can That's it is deborah mongol. No thinking is gonna panic layers yet. He did this true. he's he was all for it too. But yeah that's my that's my my gloating like gloating history history looking back unsympathetically. People who came before us. Hollywood is the medical procedure. That you would perform dammit. I was betting silently to myself that we would get to the end of the show without anybody asking me that nope. I'm willing to ruin the show all night. I want to be very clear. All expectations ruin. I am fine with this. I want to be clear. I'm fine with this. So so what's your peck. I think that i could probably splint not a compound fracture. But i think i could probably splint a basic fracture. That's a good one. That's a useful. Yeah so to review if the four of us are the medical team. I will heimlich someone. Jason will cauterize their wound. Hollywood splint a non compound fracture and spencer will let the gas out of a dog. Yes so if you have to take what you don't want me near the people just put me up there with the big dogs. I what what if we open a veterinary center in the we. All focus on dogs. I don't wanna caught her as i don't wanna dog at dogs. Not going to be cooperative that that'll that'll just be snuggles. The dog would love practice. Spencer there'd be fine same thing if you heimlich a bear you could heimlich. A dog can't bear. I've always look a bear. Can you take a picture cuddling a bear in the snow for for beautiful prom photo with a bear. See this have. We seen this confusing ships approach to that is confusing and not. Oh my car. The bears could eat the woman. I don't know if the bear seems like into it. Which is the confusing part like. Yes dear thread went some places. Yeah there's lots of old books about women marrying bears apparently under thing. And i'm using marrying as it. You've considered the man of the nineteen fifties and whether he was indeed preferable to a bear. One might say no i would say yes. The bear has definite advantages over the man. He probably honestly probably has more skills life skills in general. The bears like got the clear advantage there. The bears like can find. Food can keep you warm. Never need to do laundry. He's not he's never going to be like honey. I lost lost the mortgage at the track because he never up. All you know who won't usable the fucking hot water a bear. You know he'll just disappear. Mine is owned business in. Shut the fuck up for like five months at a time. You'll have to see him a bear. Yup jason. i know that you're dabbling. In in pastor hood is not you know not a total career for you but i feel like you could become a marriage counselor with just this one piece of advice. Keep that in mind. Once the for five weeks of industry expands the husbands out into the woods. Go to the woods for five weeks. We we need you to forty days and nights. I'm seeing for you till you have a vision telling you to come back alternatively a good a good way to sort of ask yourself being a good partner is imagine your partner is with a bear instead of you and honestly assess like are they better off you need to outperform bear as a partner to be pulling your weight so we're talking about life. Replacement bears replacement level has value over bear. yes value over replacement. I'm voice moore. So we have is like the average husband is a fair named four four. That by the way jason the bear in those prom photos. That's verb. that is more. Yeah yeah he doesn't. He's not even married to those ladies. They're just like you. We want to take photos for four of is like someone someone needs to stay. I'm not the stepfather. I'm the father who stepped up. That's four guest. Photographer went to bear town. And they're like listen. I need photo for this. And i need the ones who bear burke ladies or so sad won't be a man who is a bear right and they asked like three bears and i was like nah. I gotta be honest bro. I'm going to eat them. So i i know but i'm i'm gonna keep it a buck here. I'm gonna eat the people and it's like okay. Cool not you. And then they go to number two daughters and one of you is is the titular character so i need to direct everyone involved towards the comic book. My boyfriend is a bear which is a mount. Exactly what it says. It is about good to know right so bear to bear to was like. Yeah no same like i'm totally going to eat it and then it was like you know what i really wanted my whole life to just. I just want to help. Women want to provide some comfort to somebody. And she has a soul. Cheryl this love i got. So there's there's also a bear in there who's gonna take how long i'm not sitting still for six fucking kathy's i'm wearing. I'm wearing leather vests strike. I'm not. I got things to do. Maybe bear to with the lakers are playing does. This woman owned a dumpster of great abundance. She's got a regular trash bag. Pass yeah that's not gonna do it for man. Oh yeah the most beautiful bear making demands. I'm dating this duckie's. Bro pecan log. Not no no no no. I'm not bro. I'm in a relationship with the strip mall sushi joint. Say it's real strong. Got me in that delicious dumpster then for came in and four. But oh god i said that but yeah denver. Borba verb comes on the scene and now is like a really really accurate test of whether you know. You're a good partner. Because are you outperforming spare. I gotta say. I'm running through the list of my head and it is not looking good for me so you know you walk around the house and you're like i didn't really help out with anything day you know i didn't i didn't i didn't listen at all. You look out the window and you see forbes. The street shake his head. I know i know i saw that. We've created the character for the marriage. Counseling counselor the disapproving bear husband. The mendoza line of bears man does right mendoza. Mendoza kids us a baseball joke. Ask your grandparents. Oh god verb is an excellent test of your relationship. So thank you. Thank you for. Gifting us this jason bringing him into our lives. I'm glad we got something out of it. Finally have peace with the delay ebay photos and put more on a shirt right in times like this. I like to ask myself what would do would work for more to. He'd think about it. he'd think i could. I could raise money and buy something for my wife. Yeah that's what i would say. Voor evolve doesn't think of it as taking the kids. 'cause they're his kids. It's not babysitting. It's not even turn. It's just four with the kids that's it. He doesn't take the kids he's with the kids. Get partner man be like more so i think you're saying for like likes his children. This elevates him above average. let's be honest. he smell like ten for ninetieth percentile. I don't know how i feel about that as a criteria because we're entering a full year of zoom school. I need to know more about these. Kids are these. Are these adorable. Have to like every child now for only lakes outdoor kids. If your kid just wants to play you now minecraft all day forbes. Not like what can board do that for dining has opposable thumbs. This is unfair though has massive advantages here because like first of all if he gets mad. Those kids are gonna shut the fuck up. That's not fair. I cannot be anywhere near scary for big bro. Start lifting not only that but like four is sitting in the room. Thirty children can be like climbing on him having a blast and he could be napping. This is karen. i'm not. I'm not comparing my parents. I'm not comparing my parenting divorce. Not fair that's all right. You're right yeah all different animal like. Are you a better father than like a cat right or something like that. Yeah so cat. Father parenting skills by if they do isn't it out. Voor is also by the way a terrible fitness instructor. If you wanna keep your kids fit because the bear workout plan is pretty vague. It's pretty like what like. How did you get so swollen. You're like i don't know. I just ate trash did eight trash and slept five months. A year sleeps a superpower. That's what traders tell me. That's what all these like. That's what the nfl believes right yet. Is you know who who practices better. Recovery did a bear you do to your active season. Well eight salmon for three weeks straight one hundred and fifty pounds and then i slept for five. Bunsen only poop once. Yeah now. I'm ready for training camp with kids. Love me fuck. Pat fitzgerald is a fully erect mitch trubisky supplanted by four starting quarterback literal chicago pair of orb finally. Like like. that's hard you don't chicagoans prize authenticity. So i do think you could start a literal barrett quarterback and i'll say fifteen percent of bears fans would be like. Yeah i'm on board with it. Yeah it's a good move. Of course it is. Yeah trade into jacksonville masturbating bear. You know we gotta do. You gotta replace puppy bowl with payroll watches. Nothing happens bro. Bourboule bourboule that is by the way the mascot that you'll notice the live mascot that crept out pretty quickly. League wants people of get super-sensitive get rid of the spare. Just get it. Yeah we don't need it. Nobody was getting super-sensitive that the problem there i agree. Yeah we're soft as a society. Problem is a little pair fight on campus in the snowflakes with the don't like bears. How late in baylor's history. Do you think they actually believe that. I'd say like one thousand nine hundred seventy this country. We stopped letting baylor a until like the eighties. Yeah y'all know how long they took them to get rid of that bear. Did they replace the one that accidentally hung itself. We've talked about this so don't act totally surprised. Oh i'm not gonna act totally surprised brian. What are you being on this. There's late entirely dr pepper based that. How many schools are there were. They still sponsor us. They had a live bear. Well no i mean. I feel i feel like there's three or four like there are several different stories floating through my head of his like this school had a bear. There was an incident and it's a lot like it's every school that had a live. That happen yeah crazy. Do you know what the grizzly man is the problem here. So the the the live blackbird names of the mascots at baylor are judge joy and judge lady judge judge joy and executioner. Judge lady. they let a lady have a job. Wait half the bears name was lady. I don't know. I feel like i knew this. At one point back. Like baylor football. I swear to god there is there is there is a real. You are l. baylor dot edu slash bear. Yeah yeah they've got like. I remember this. It's like a cream colored website with this weird brownish red writing. This is all the yes okay. There's lady enjoy those are not their full names. I don't think because below that it says the current bears ladies full name is judge sue. Sloan enjoys full. Name is judge joy reynolds. I did not know this lady. The have like a full name. They named him after. Like whole people. Yes yeah like other football other places you like get like i don't know the locker room or the The indoor workout facility named after you baylor we will. We will name a bear your full. We will talented mister ripley. A bear a bear will take over your identity social security number and all it will be responsible for your debts and it will gain any sheridan's that you do it's waco you know it actually took over court cases gas. That's why they're called judge. They don't have all if they had bear court bear court. I'm just going to let you know that if baylor baylor name bear bailiffs if you if if baylor named a bear after you and you are the net judge has killed so many innocent people by sending them to death. One hundred percents by any of the normal bear methods. So you're just gonna kill it right now. That'd be inhumane. I want to hook them up to like ten thousand volts. You wanna hook. That's takao god. Dang it get us every time. The i live bear at baylor. Looks like it's shut up around in one thousand nine hundred seventeen. When members of the hundred and seventh engineers of the army's thirty second division quote acquired a live bear as a mascot. No other details are provided. I'm yard acquired. Yeah and they brought him to a baylor an game and they just were. Let's put the baron a truck and parade him around. There is so much stretch of this country. Where if you if you were a white person you could do whatever you want it. And i know that smokes lee how it is now but it was really aggressive back in the day. It's crazy man. America has happened yes yes about. I mean it will be the most sink description of this particular. Show that i've ever heard a lot of america has happened. It keeps happening to you. You worry about taking like a pocket knife to a football game. Just in case like i dunno. They'll search confiscate right back in one thousand nine. Do not worry about that. Look at this face is going to search me True back in one thousand nine hundred though like the thought process was well. Why not take the bear to the game. They're just aggies but each one who cares that was the actual process. It's beautiful letter. let them have to. He seems to be a growing boy stringy. He might need a snack. That's amazing that's the min- like they until the nineteen eighties. They fed that thing dr pepper every day. Just an angry diabetic bear named after some kind of hanging judge judge pepper once more just peppers agents. Show up you're out of order tap tap tap out a pepper. You see these numbers on the did end up being dr pepper and not judge pepper. Judge russian. i mean judge just because it's good for you. That's how that's right. Jangle make you better. Speaking of needing to take the money you get and use it for things. Oh jason jason yeah. I signed up for acorns today. Houses go pretty good. I signed up for the middle to your plan. The personal plan that comes with the heavy metal debit card. And i was wondering if either one of you who actually has had these things for a long time can explain the checking account thing to me. I didn't know acorns was a bank. I don't have the heavy metal debit card which is my greatest shame in life. So i think the three of us but between the three of us combined. I think we're actually using complete service family planning. Yeah so you have the heavy metal. Yeah okay so to speak we will be able to speak authoritatively to one facet of desert report back later when i have made use of my heavy metal debit card. Because i really did. Just start this couple of hours. Like financial zelda. Yeah so holly has the power because she has the heavy metal correct correct. Spencer has the courage to sons. I have the wisdom. Because i'm going to retire at age. Eighty three acorns dot com slash forecast. Which gave me five dollar boost on this massive windfall. Coming my way once i am decrepit decrepit so he doesn't need that plan. I've spent eighty three update. Because i just started. Yeah but i. I am part of the game now. And i'm very happy. Acorns dot com slash. Gives you five dollar headstart. In case i didn't say that i had to pay for it by the way. So y'all know that were doing this on purpose. Cross four twenty sir. I naturally success must have been in a couple of days ago. I guess but wow what a milestone what a milestone. I'm going to retire right now. We're twenty actually buying a boat. If i can't live on this for the rest of my life. I don't deserve it. It's about letting go. And letting god that stock money was once the amc comes through Once a black widow comes out and amc. that's it. i'll be all set my my current acorns account which has the early option for kids. Dang dang i what my kids are up to explain this to me. I've got one caters to ninety. One and another kid is at two hundred eighty one dollars and y'all i've been doing the same thing. So has my younger child. Figured out how to embezzle. Yes we about this. We've got mounting evidence that my younger child is figured out how to siphon dollars at a time which is exactly what he would do to. It'd be like. I gotta buy this episode of the office. I'm sorry which of these boys getting into crypto. it's my younger child undoubtedly. He's totally on coin. Based luck. yeah theory. I feel really good about theory of those coins for like noobs. Monta monta light coin. Yeah he's totally doing this. But he's still leaving the majority of investment in his acorns account because he's diverse of our thing. Yeah it's made a smarter investor already. Damn thanks acorns i did. I did want to discuss the story of the day. Which is this that oklahoma's forty minutes into the show human news. Have you seen like we. We lead with bears because no that was. The second topic is fine. So oklahoma's holder is a guy by the name of spencer. jones and spencer. Jones was originally a quarterback prospect. Went to liberty transferred to ou you. He's been there holder for a while now and he's still in norman. And how do i know. He's a norman. Well there's a video that surfaced of him getting into a fight in the bathroom. And i've seen videos on the internet before i've been in bathroom fights in oklahoma i want. I want spencer. Says i've seen fight videos on the internet before. That is the greatest understatement. He's ever uttered on this. I've seen every fight. It is incredible. I ain't never do getting suplex like three times by a little guy in cowboy boots in a bathroom with like nine people standing around going like oh shit. He's getting suplex by a guy with cowboy boots on in this in. You know as far as videos go it has some has some things to it was provided to me by spencer. So i'm a break it down to one of your many shortcomings. I'm gonna break it down for you and you can judge so spencer. Jones is quarterback sized. He six one. He's he's taller fella and he's he's in this bathroom. Jawing with his backup is a guy who kind of looks like an. He's been described as an eighties movie villain. He's wearing a turtleneck. Which that's a. That's a powerful move in norman oklahoma. Okay you got to have some confidence. Where the black turtleneck and added jacket in norman oklahoma. Right like you're james spader in a movie made in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven and they are drawing in a bathroom of oklahoma establishment with two guys who appear to be too little kind of pug nations short guys. Which if i was to give you i red flag. There are too short guys who are not backing down in the middle of a bathroom looking like they wanna fight. Anybody wanna take a flyer on. Is this a good idea. Never fight the short guy. This is the percy. Harvard rule never ever fight the short guy right especially. Don't fight the short guy who standard. They're like he knows something you don't about how this is going to go. Don't it's going to be bad. So they're going back and forth in this video and it appears by the way that one of the short guys. I'm to amp this up a little bit for you and put another warning sign here all right another signal that they just blew through. One of the short guys already has blood on his face. Oh god do you fight. Somebody who already has blood on their face answer. No no okay. is it. His blood is that someone else's doesn't really matter okay. You and they're not backing down because you know what somebody who already has blood on their faces thinking I'm not gonna get hit first this time. Nope nope and that was not the case here. Because they are continuing to draw back and forth and short guy. One looks at short guy to and says the following. Which one do you want. Hit the eject button pilot. Yeah hit it. Just get out of their plane is not being saved. You are not going to bring this in for a landing. Okay just get out of there. There's no cost of being like. Oh you're clearly someone who likes to fight me saying they're when they're plotting it like world of warcraft. Like yeah just get out. You got any power ups your good house your house. Your how. How many points. You got a hobbyist brawler This is something mouth. Yeah yeah yeah also even if you you play contact sport right. You don't play a sport where the idea is to contact right. You play a sport. Were contact is part of it. But you don't even play a position where you do that you you're big and strong but you're not the person who's like. Hey you know my idea of good time is get hit in the face right or if these guys are wrestlers my my idea of good time is puking on a mat for three hours street while some dude puts me in a puts his head like in a triangle choke. Yeah this is not your realm. You don't want it so it appears to be like it. Looks like things are tense. And then the guy in the back captain turtleneck for reference just pushes just pushes. The guy pushes the guy number one. All right you call him pow friend and he decided his escalate by pushing which is the funniest thing. Because he's he's the furthest away. He takes long arm and pushes the guy who is in close proximity to holder spencer jones. At this point. I noticed something in the video. Short guy one has cauliflower ear. You've blown through signal number four there pal because don't ever fight anybody with a thick neck and cauliflower ear ever ever they earned that ear okay the hard way right they earned it by having it having it beaten over and over again in some form of i don't know wrestling m. a jitsu just something real unpleasant where they got a lot of there having rugby brother having right growing up in town. That doubles is like rednecks barreda. Yeah e. conference. Emily cross fit. Yeah no dipped. Please don't assume being serious so yeah at that point the guy takes. This is the point where you're like. Oh he's gonna die. Short guy one takes his left hand smears it across his face to get the blood on his hand and slaps spencer jones like a little place. Lesson high. show yeah video. I can't vouch for the he fought. Orc that's where you know you're like oh god yeah. They made this man from the fires of destroyed forest events. Yeah like not good. So slaps him and then proceeds to hammer fist. Him beats him down to the ground. And jason three suplexes three. So i think over the course of because there's a whole other background fight also going on that one has at least a suplex two. I know i saw like like this. This it becomes a fights seen not just to fight. There's bonus footage going on in the background as well. Yeah which is the second guy which it teamwork here. The too short guys. The too short guys dismantled. He's like this is the first suplex works right. You keep call. Hey what steps barrier do keep calling until they stop it right Yeah they didn't call. The defense didn't even come close. They did not. They did not counter. This particular play at all. They take him to the floor. Which is visibly wet. What are the most very men's bathroom in a setting like. I mean of that liquid. Let weightless let me the detail that will give you a sense of the cleanliness of the floor in the bathroom. All right when you see this video online you when you see it on twitter you know how at the bottom it shows you the little little caption. We're show you which which account. The video came from When i saw this video said old row so that's what the bathroom floor looked like. Yeah yeah yeah it's it's far too slick it is is disturbing for whatever. This liquid is on the floor as one guy said you put it all out there and took risk and ended up with your face preston. The pissed hibachi the greatest comments. I've ever seen on the internet when the camera pulls back. Let me just point this out one. The man has multiple approaches toward getting him in a choke. He's in a rear naked choke because jones instantly gives up his back. Don't ever give up your back. You and how does he get in a rear naked choke. He gets the hooks in hooks the heels right so he could control them from the back like some sort of militias backpack. And what does he have on his feet that he uses to get the hooks in. He's in cowboy boots. Yes the dude gets hooks in for naked choke with cowboy boots on this. This is not the first time this person has been in a fight in the nightclub. I would i would wager. Maybe not that day. Maybe not that day. Certainly not the first fight. These two have gotten in simultaneously because that trip to the bathroom got anybody. And you're gonna find your way back. That's right that's oklahoma buddy. Poop a crap real bad you you gotta do the fucking oklahoma drill in oklahoma. Yeah that's the real oklahoma trill crap. So how how bad you've got to fight berry shits over here. How bad are you wanted. P roy stillman coming in at bob poops i would also by the way jason are boy number. One okay I think we need different nicknames. Different number two single a. and b. instead brawler a brawler ama. This is unintentional but man. This is amazing teamwork because again these guys just ripped us bathroom up like the dudley boyz taryn football player down. Okay diving off the table with into the nuts i listen. I thought they were going to bring out ladders like if they look at the streets. Go i love it but yeah these dudes one point. one guy. Suplexes another guy into ass of assailant to like assailant to control it. And he he likes suplex backwards into the guy's ass. And i was like that's inadvertent tag team work of the highest order. That's amazing i mean. It looks like it looks like some sort of like it. Looks like some sort of like a w dark match really close to it in the bathroom. Here's fart match.

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A claim state farm is where it's at so when you want the real deal like a good neighbor state farm is there to do something wacky on the wacky morning Yeah i put my toe on your ankle one table certainly come back as the street female so i can have sex with all the hot straight boy say all. This burping is turning the off the morning. Show listening to that opening. I wouldn't listen to this show now. This is just this is just not right to show anyway. Well we are we are what can we do. you know they saint we yourself. Who else do you want to be anyway. So let's be ourselves. Good morning there. Danielle how are you good morning. I'm good thank you. hi gandhi. How low if there's producer. Sam martin. Darlan high froggy pella frog. There's scary and there's a scotty and master control where straight nate. I'll see you in my zoom room here for you too crass anyway so today. We're giving danielle. I saw today requires. I'm sure it's going to be something out of left field. My boy sam hunting country music. We love sam. Hi him all right. This is danielle sister. There you go danielle new song that right now. Oh god remember. There was at minute. You're mad i was mad cow. Yeah for one minute and that he did a bad thing you got. Dui then you love him. When i met him and he was a big teddy bear and he gave me a hug and he was so sweet. I love you walk into the day. Today seniora straightening are we still on On line or in line for our guest tomorrow. I'm very hopeful. Did you assisted very Very handily in that situation. Don't ask wow this guy my eighties my hand. It still not one hundred percent. I it could just all crumble in but i hope it happens so tomorrow we may have a guest. Isn't that weird. I feel like we're all living out in the woods and no one ever. That's actually the case. Anyway i hear richmond is having the music overlap again today so we had our exciting exactly exactly sorry about that. It'll fix itself in a moment. Welcome to another day. So let's get going welcome to What we like to call thursday. Yup i know i'm excited. Tomorrow's friday we've got beautiful weather on the way later today. Here in the in the northeast right. Now it's very foggy. It looks like the set of halloween movie. It really does. it's creepy. Yesterday was gorgeous gorgeous florida. Today you're going to be out of the players for some for some golf today for on. Yes it's going to be seventy eight and sunny today absolutely gorgeous in the world. Famous rod phillips is sleeping two rooms away from his house. We'll get rod phillips on a little bit so we all screaming wake up. You have a speaker. I pay a line six or first call of the day. A nanny in manhattan who one day wants to have a busload of her own kids courtney. How are you hit morning. Welcome to the day so as an anti. What time does your day usually start. It depends on the day could ever going in at ten. Am which is not that not too bad. The children sick call from where Pool nice. I'm very happy that being a nanny hasn't made you go the other direction and say look. I'm not having any never you're ready for kids all of them. Just take those in run do that anyway. We'll courtney thank you for being our first call today. I'm glad you you're starting your day with us. Tell the kids to tell the kids to behave today. Please you deserve better screaming. But try i mean how many. How many kids are you nannying to so winter. You start having your your kids. I mean is that soon or down the road. I mean it was thought to be this year but you know the postponement bride situation in. Hopefully we get back on the saddleton. You know okay good well. You are first caller of the day. We've got some elvis. Duran morning show scrubs from hackensack marine coming your way have a safe date with the kids in and the best of luck in your future with with your children who are in your family on the way. That's so cool. Good for you stay healthy everybody off. Thank you very much. Hold on one second. Coordinate you have a great day there you go you know. The first caller of the day always sorts of sort of set the pace day sweetie off in a very very positive trajectory as they say all right producer. Sam who you're doing. Your horse with was salesman scotty. Beat today scotty. Be who enunciates perfectly your birthday today. Celebrate with. Anthony davis johnny knoxville. He's fifty and terrence howard capra corn. Be careful when handling a personal matter and watch who you trust with valuable information your days in eighth. Aquarius spend time on things. That have the most meaning to you days. Nine pisces. take a step back from an important project and connect with what your soul wants. Most your days nine aries. A friend is anxious to tell you their ideas be open to listening and give some honest feedback. Days eight taurus. Someone who was once close to you. Need your understanding and forgiveness. Your day is a nine gemini. Your analytical mind could get in the way of your creative process your days and eight curiouser a fabulous day lies ahead of you filled with love from those that. Sure you up and make you laugh. Your days a ten leo. You may find that progress has been hard to make lately however it will come in time your days seven virgo. Give yourself a break and planet day of rest and relaxation. Your days nine. Libra feel accomplished. All you've done to get to this point your days attend scorpio. A simple task could take you twice as long to complete so have patience and relax your days. Seven and finally sagittarius. Tackle all of your problems. At home and be able to enjoy the the nest you've created for yourself all your nesting sagittarius. Your thursday morning. Go on excellent excellent. Let's roll into the three things we need to know from gandhi. Good morning to. Everyone is already texting in Checking in from st louis where they fired us but they're still listening to iheartradio app. Hey look people are dancing it to death. They love that you chose house party for the first on abc. I'm so happy and There you go blue. Were in a good mood. I think this is gonna be a good day all right gandhi. What's going on with you. All right today is march eleventh 2021. Anybody know what that means. No all right. It has officially been a year since the coronavirus was declared a pandemic by the world health organization. And yeah one year today. Experts say a lot of people can experience an anniversary reaction scientists. Say the anniversary reaction is when someone has significant psychiatric or medical symptoms on the anniversary of traumatic event or when a traumatic memory of that event triggers the reaction there essentially simple symptoms of post traumatic stress disorder. And everybody's been dealing with that a bit this year but there is some great news. Today as the united states is nearing a major milestone in the fight against covid nineteen according to the cdc nearly ninety six million vaccine doses have been administered. That's about seventy five percent of what's been distributed. The number so nearly nineteen percent of americans have received at least one dose which means close to ten percent of the population has been fully vaccinated. One year yeah. President biden is chairing final. House passage of the massive stimulus bill. Speaking at the white house he called a historic victory for the american people. He's expected to sign the bill and a white house ceremony tomorrow. Biden said the nearly two trillion dollar measure will help boost vaccine supplies as well as testing in efforts to get schools reopened. As we've been telling you. The bill includes direct fourteen hundred dollar checks for americans under certain income levels. It also extends unemployment benefits during the ongoing crisis. And finally there's something it seems like both sides of the party can agree on right now. And that is to eliminate the change in the clocks. What do you guys think that we've been talking about it for a while yet. You gotta be careful for though you know we. I wish we can have an experimental year. See how it works. Maybe we can. Why not and are we allowed to pick which way we want because we want more daylight. We don't want the direction that's the way it's gonna go daylight so everybody's saying it makes a lot of sense to end the time changes saying you know maybe made sense one hundred years ago when it was established to help with train travel but right now there's no real reason daylight saving time has been connected to fewer car. Accidents lower risk for heart attacks and strokes fewer robberies less energy usage. So if this does become a law before november we'll just stay on daylight saving time for good. We will not change back in the fall. So i know when will we know. Okay we change this weekend. You know this is the week the final change ever think it'd be the last. Oh we may miss it. Never everything thank you so much all right. Are we ready for thursday. Yeah let's hit it out of the park thurs with demi levato. Kadish is alicia keys. Bail with elvis. Stir in the morning show. Hey it's jones. State farm is the real deal when it comes to car and home insurance bill for personalized service and an award winning easy to use mobile app just part of what makes their rates so surprisingly great so when you want the real deal like a good neighbor state farm. Is there show so outside. Beautiful day here in the new york city area and i was outside with the dogs. Didn't wanna come in opened the windows and let that funky smell from the past year to sort of evaporate. Anyway so i look. I heard this noise coming from the sky or something like that. I looked up and the geese were flying north in their big v formation. You know they say birds no right mean. Winter is over for us. I mean they're going to make a u-turn if it gets cold again. You know we've really pay attention to the geese versus that groundhog. They'd probably have better information the groundhogs. That's not the geese are real. Know something about birds. What is it you know about the birds. There was a show. I was watching. Hulu forget what it was called but they. They found that these little birds but fly south earlier in the season when it was going to be a bad hurricane season they put a little tracker on it and it flew all the way down to north america from here. I'm sorry from south to south america from here earlier. Every time he was going to be a bad hurricane season they know. They put trackers on them. They know stuffed animals. No they know things. We don't know i mean your cat looks behind you on the walkers. There's a ghost back. They're awfully convinced of that. Gandhi is a student of the elephants. Oh yeah elephants no all kinds of stuff so when the nominees actually happened in thailand in that whole region elephants were going crazy over an hour before the water even came through. They were making noise. They broke their chains and a lot of them actually fled to higher ground and save the farmers that were with them because they could feel the rumbling off from the ground. What's going to happen i now. Wow it's amazing. So the i'm watching these geese fly over and i'm thinking gosh really. Did they just give me the weather forecast for the next season or to well i think so. I don't know we. They have a geese day women just so that we can see what the geese are doing and celebrate them instead of the faulty groundhog. We never believed the groundhog. I mean we celebrate that thing every year. We give them some time. I know i know. I know we shouldn't pay them any more attention. Basically a rodent in the. There's never a shadow. They tell you what they want to tell you it. And they're never the same one says one thing and one says the other things. So which one do you believe of say anything. This is my point. They're not saying anything. The groundhogs are saying nothing anyway. If someone knows about the geese please let us know All right producer for dinner last night. Anything good oh yeah. I have a chili recipe. And i think and it a bit and i made sloppy joes for myself and william very nice. Good chili i edit a lot of extra paste instead of sauces. And then i added some flour page. Glue like it. Yeah it works really well. No don't add glue. And then i added some flour because that worked for a sauce months that i did and i it was it worked out fine. It was a kitchen experiment night. Hey you know. Those powdered mashed potatoes in the box. Yeah yeah yeah yeah you know what. That's the best though. I always keep that around because that that thickens soup so easily and so well really. I think does there's your kitchen tip of the day kids We have going on all right. So we know the world has some opinions when it comes to gender reveal. Some people think they're dumb some people think they're sexist or absolutely love the parties. We can't agree but listener. Keeley agenda reveal. I think we're all going to really love. There's a couple in canada charlotte. Dan fontaine and they wanted to adopt a baby but during their adoption class charlotte was really affected by the fact that once a child is over the age of two they're classified as quote un adoptable because of how steep their odds becomes to artistic typically of being scooped up so they decided to take home an eight year old instead beautiful bianca and after four years of fostering her they just had their official adoption day and the three wanted to celebrate with the traditional gender. Reveal video and it's super cute. It's up in. Elvis duran dot com. You've got to check it out. Dan charlotte pop a black balloon with pink. Confetti and then go oxen with her sign. That says it's a girl a twelve year old girl love it. There's so much love video you've got to go check it out and if you have a story that deserves to be featured email me salmon elvis duran dot com subject minefield goods excellent love. You mix you around the room later on. Okay all right. i'll see you soon. What's the bad news coming from the phones. Their straight nate. Unfortunately i can't find any ornithologists on the phone. I thought we might be able to find some of that. It was a verdicts berg but I i think they're all sleeping. I love how you through that in politics. it's what they're called. It is only aps incur. Deeper get started on a murderer. Yes def jam or whatever the hell you call them at. Apr's that's biki yes All right thank you. That was a lot of fun. It wasn't that was no fun at all. Okay coming up. Daniel's first report of the day what do you have danielle. Whatever drake touches turns to gold. We know that love him all right. Let's take a break. We're back after this guy. Text us and fifty five one hundred. You want hair. Texture as nasty should never be made again. Standard data and message rates may apply this elvis duran in the morning show. How how many people here to see. Elvis duran all right. Let's talk about podcast shall we. You know fifteen minute morning show podcast. You can watch it or you can listen to it in here. I heart we have the we have a huge huge family of podcast. I think more podcasts than anyone else. In the world right So but we have like their charted every week which podcast has the most listeners. So are fifteen minute morning. Show podcast you can both listen to it as podcasts or you can watch it online. The problem is more people like to watch our podcast. Therefore they're not getting giving us credit for the the audio podcast. We're sort of cannibalising ourselves. So the fifty minute morning show podcast which people love because it's it's it's us but very uncensored very not suitable for work is So more people like to watch. Therefore we're not getting credit on the iheart. podcasts countdown. What number in the universe was a fifteen minute morning. Show podcast number. Was number fifty eight week on the iheartradio. Top one hundred podcasts. Right and keep in mind. They have thousands and thousands and thousands and thousands of podcast so to be in the top. One hundred is an honor but at fifty eight it would be higher if people were listening to it rather than watching it and so the question was will we should talk. Should we stop doing it on. Zoom room things would just make people listen to it. No enjoy it so we'll sacrifice it. Can you watch it and listen at the same time like. Can you have it playing in the background. So that we won't work stroke. Yeah we also get credit for the on. Elvis duran morning show on demand so when you listen to the show any time during the day at your convenience vin we get podcast credit for that right and we did okay this past week. We were like number twenty one. Twenty-one we we should be higher than that so please give us a listen. Elvis duran morning show on demand. Give five ten minutes just you know. Let's watch it. go up the chart. You know the brooklyn boys. Podcast has known to be number three before. It's gone way of and this week. It was number twenty five correct which is still great. So speaking of the brooklyn boys podcast that you and brody do or brody and you do They said that you were talking about the wise guys. The three wise men yesterday where the wise guys. Yeah the three wise men who who actually went to go visit the baby. Jesus for christmas but arrived like all those days. Later right you know they. They were late to the party right in. The people were saying that they can't believe you didn't know what frankencense an emergency was. Well i always always familiar with the fact that these dudes brought him. Gifts gifts with jude's do they. It was called. So brody says know when the three wise men brought frankencense and moore. And i'm like what are you talking about. It sounds like jewish law firm right. Yes mr brody on real quick. Hey brody elvis so you look you know the whole story. The greatest story ever told mind you The birth of baby. Jesus and mary wiseman it. It is a beautiful story. And franken's and moore the gift that the the dudes on the camels brock. Right i don't know a lot of people don't know what frankincense mar in the third gift i believe was gold. They don't know what it is. It's not really that important to the story. It's just the fact they brought a gift. They didn't come empty-handed but their mothers taught them well right right but we were talking about a question that was on family feud and so i'm telling the story and involve bringing frankincense and more to the baby. Jesus and you know i'm jewish and i'm explaining this too scary and he's on the podcast yelling. I don't know if like i said. Samara i'm sure yeah. He does. Ollie murs singer gary. Yeah you raise the christian. You would know that in school. Somebody would have told you you've heard the story. I said i'm jewish. That he's never heard of it. I said you're not familiar with it or you need. I never heard of franken said omar. He's crab catholic school growing up. You took ccd classes catholic religious classes. They believe me they talked about it. You just weren't lifting one. Yes details china and class no scares really good at blocking out information he doesn't deem important. Yeah it's kind of a skill with you and you know what at christmas time when the madge or the three kings are bringing the gifts to to baby jesus at the church by me they move the statues closer as they get closer to the day of when they actually arise. I thought they were really moving on the crazy. Catholics alert the yes. Anyway by the way the fact that. You're jewish. I means nothing as far as knowing what franken simpson murray is. You're right. I wasn't taught that in religious school. I'm not expected to know it. I know it because it seems like an everyday thing that most people know but being a christian like you'll pointed out he's been taught that Well he didn't recall. How do you remember. There's so many things we have remembered. Think about the from the moment that you can remember beginning to remember things how to today all the stuff that has probably fallen out the other side that now you don't remember anymore and it doesn't matter because if you don't remember it doesn't matter you know for instance nate. When nate had his stroke. He's convinced many things were purged from his brain. Mo- yeah we'll save franken's immerse still in there though. The thing is is forget. You don't know that you knew it at one time and so therefore it never existed for you. So i actually have frankencense upstairs because i put a little bit of it in my moisturizer now did you was that deliver to you by a wise man on the camel. Yes he brought it in a little box there. You have it. They're adding people adding me. They're adding me. What do you mean. Asked me scare. You raised one hundred thousand percent cow. Your mother found out that you didn't know this. Forget about it. roseanne would go crazy. Okay let me be very. Let me just put my two cents worth in here as i always insist on doing. If you don't remember what franken since and myrrh was as you were taught. It doesn't make you a bad person doesn't mean you're going to the depths of hell other things making a bad person exactly right right anyway. It listen to mike. Whole i gotta go talk to mike over here brady mike online one. He's catholic never heard of them either. Not a bad person mike. You're not a bad person. I don't think so. No i mean if you word bad would you admit it like. I'm a bad person. No you wouldn't but it's okay it doesn't it doesn't mean you're bad catholic. I if if someone like danielle. Rousseau judgy oh judgy school my whole life and i've never even heard of never well. They did teach. Maybe you didn't go to sick on. Frankencense emerging miss that day. You missed that class. it's okay you're a good guy mike. That's all that matters you. You prove your guide every day day in day out by the good things you do by the how you support people in life. I'm assuming in there you go no nobody frankincense. Now you know now you go look it up. It's something you now you know. It's no big thank you. What do you what is it. What is will frankencense and moore. One is a an oil. And that's i think that's the mar- yes in the frankincense is a it's a. It's a perfume expensive perfume. it's a fragrance you'll take the gold and the gold which we can all rely on all right. Thank you very much. Mike have a great day. You're good guy. Don't don't let them try to tell your not through life and then one day learn something new four shore so difference to all of us every day. I say something and someone goes. You didn't know that. I have no idea. Part about danielle's does not bother her one. Bit care right exactly like this. Just send text in you know if you wear frankencense It's it's like you smell sort of like the baby. Jesus right and sometimes let me tell you. It's very it's got a very. I don't even know when you put a tiny dot of it in your moisturizer and you put on your face like you smell it and it opens your pores potent. Let's be good for you though again. Alexis online five. We gotta move on. We've been talking about franken alexis. Hey guys you actually think we're making this up. You've never heard of frankencense never heard of and i don to a christian church and i went to a private school for like five years and i've never heard of franken. Well maybe they just talk about that. The three wise men brought gifts to baby. Jesus maybe you didn't hear what they exactly were completely. Yeah completely and i know the story. I was in play but they never said with the gifts. Were so what you said it was like. What is that question though you know. What would the three wise men today you. Here's i knew. Here's a new iphone charger. Charger would be portable charger. No no he was started gaming at a very early right pushy. Hey alexis thank you. People take their atheists frankencense and mark all right. Have a beautiful day. Thanks for listening dog. Good solid yelling at me. Saying frankincense mur plural. You need to change your verb. I didn't now. We're getting a little too a little to slice he dicey okay. Since we're talking about scary let's start with something. Four scary facebook is working on making your virtual interactions more like an in person experience with the help of these smart glasses. This is according to mark zuckerberg. They're developing a wearable device. Scary and it will give you this augmented reality. They're saying it's going to be the holy grail of social experience. Where rather than calling somebody or having the video chat you snap your fingers and it's kind of like teleporting. Invasive invasive fits the data my living room scary and froggy first one's design up carrie. washington is taking a social media breaks announced it while acknowledging the milestone that she'd be missing like march madness national popcorn day saint patrick's day. She got them all in like her birthday. He's like happy birthday evil. And gory every witherspoon. 'cause i'm taking a break so she wanted to get everything in before. She walked away from social media. That was so cute. Wiseman i would take the baby. Jesus delong air fryer. Oh yeah that'd be good. You might like that. I know they're in the stable. And just you know have a healthier way to eat french fries. They have a place to plug it in in a stable but never looked alright styles if you are a fan. Do not be late for the grammy awards this sunday because the rumor is he will be kicking off the show priyanka chopra. Jonas and nick. Jonas will be announcing your oscar. Nominees on monday Five nineteen am pacific time. Which is what. that's eight. nineteen eastern. Isn't it three hours difference And they'll be doing it on the academy's twitter so that's going to be pretty call Drake the guy touches something and it turns to gold and frankincense and mirth. It looks like he's going to occupy the first and second spot on the billboard. Hot one hundred chart. He will be the first artist in history to debut at number one and number two. You know what's next from scary hours to we'll be number one and they're saying once a needs with a little baby will be number two so that is insane. Oh my gosh. Did you guys see the video yesterday from. Espn radio where the. Oh my gosh. So carlos door dude. I guess he's an announcer or someone he was he was carlos or dues o. R. d. use e okay it was in espn columbia rates. Yeah so scary. Oh my they're all sitting around they're all chatting and all of a sudden the wall collapses on the guy i thought it like totally killed him in get it is scary but he got up and later on they went to commercial obviously and then later on he made a video and he said look. I'm fine. i didn't frontier anything in spain. Anything i have some no bumps bruise. Nothing he wasn't like. I know i thought he was done on like this guy's done but he wasn't thank god And her ex-husband have finally reached the end of their divorce case. They will be sharing custody of their son Neither party is paying spousal support. Because they probably don't need to and the majority of the agreement is confidential. I'm hearing tiger woods getting better frog. Rory mcilroy talked to Jimmy fallon instead that he is doing better. He was giving some guys text message ribbing on sunday when they didn't win and he said that if all goes well within two weeks maybe he will be healthy enough to travel to a hospital in florida to start his rehab process there and finish up some of the surgeries there. So i'm telling you this is going to be a great story. Great things on the way for him. How positive Kim and kanye no longer speaking. At least that's what i'm hearing that. Once she filed for divorce he changed his phone numbers and said well. Now you have to get through to me from security call security and they'll get me but they are still you know obviously co-parenting and she leaves the house and then he comes over and spends time with the kids in the nineties Tonight the presidential address grey's anatomy the mid season premiere a million little things the midseason premiere you've got generation over on. Hbo mac launching today and for tomorrow guys on disney plus assembled the making of one division. That's not today that's tomorrow. I'm just giving you the heads up. And that's my tenure there you go So yeah the guy. If you haven't seen the video of the espn guy set just fell on your this guy's not gonna live now doesn't it look at it. Look totally folded. His body of crushed. Oh eight so one congress. This article on barstool sports and it was one of the funniest things i've ever read. It said My man just hit the lotto that lawsuit is going to pay for anything and everything he's ever wanted. I'm all of it. i'm no lawyer. But if you get flattened like a cartoon character being run over by a truck at your workplace titled to check this as much as he's okay so he can healthy when he alex that money the best ones that the cameras are still rolling and you can hear people being like john kilo turnkey low distortion commercials. We need to take a break we do. Have we have a new game today. Oh i love it. hold on we're gonna play Tv show theme songs if we can fit it in sooner than later that'd be awesome. We also have a one thousand dollar raoult's homemade free money phone tap on the way in a few minutes. Hang on lots to do. We'll be back after this family working with each other thing going on but it's more loved than anything in the morning show discover matches all the cash back you earn on your credit card at the end of your first year. It's amazing because discovers accepted at ninety nine percent of places in the us to take credit cards learn more at discover dot com slash. Yes twenty twenty one. Nielsen report limitations. Apply elvis the morning joe. Gandhi is such a science nerd. You love all things science. Do it excites me. I to me sciences magic like if you can master chemistry if you can get a hold of these things i mean. Scientists given us everything that we have today from phones to airplanes to modern medicine. It's magic i know vaccines up really fast. Hey that's why you know. You're a huge huge huge nasa fan. I i knew who is wearing a nasa sweatshirt. nasa hoodie so alex walks in the house over the weekend. Says look what i got. He's wearing nasa sneakers stopping. So i order my own pair. And they're here. I i love him. Look ever you gotta get them. They're gonna they're very space age looking face each sneakers on amazon. And they're they're you know so anyway. So i it's my. It's my golden like start. Start collecting everything. Nasa target usually has a bunch of stuff like deals sweatshirts. And you know. My wallet is a nasa wallet and i always make sure to present the nasa side of it. When i'm paying for something just in case you know. I could check one person into thinking. I'm way smarter than i am. It's great gotta have got it. All things nassar these. These sneakers are great in a alex. It makes him feel like he's walking on the moon. Do you think that people actually work for nasa look at us like peasants. Buying your stupid nasa gear on amazon. I went through the training like someone who who goes to yale. Yale sweatshirt the particular gas mad. Get mad that's his thing you know target is known for selling these great logo sweat shirts and hoodies and whatever so if they're wearing like like a rolling stone sweatshirt and they're three years old there are some people go. Why is that cared about drowning stalls brody gets heard about that is something that he knows nothing about. He's like oh gosh scary. It's like come on. You should be allowed to wear what you wanna wear the rolling stones around the go away. Well we did. Have an intern wants role in with a t shirt that said sublime and like oh yeah you like sublime. She said what does that mean. I was like what are you wearing. And she said. I thought it was a cool word. I'm like you'd give me that shirt right now at least look like fake it till you make it look it up and then you know so if someone asks you pretend that's all Yeah we can you call alex please. Getting nate's attention. I don't know if i i should like have a cannon into his chair. Everybody needs attention. I'd just blow up like a bowling bowl. The froggy light remember that. We don't have the froggy light anymore with things have been taken away from us. Just throw papers in. The air was just rain paper. And then we would say oh. He needs something alex's he's come up with a new game. Oh nice. Alex do you have him. I think robo killers on. Oh alex one was. Rogue killer is killing our show. Gosh so the call will do because it's on identify well. He has something on his phone that he blocks calls that he doesn't want to come in right. That are like spam calls or maybe from an unidentified number. We'll get we got him. We got him. Yeah but we're not we're not spam. We're we're not worthy the firm. I'm just no. I think that that term is too good for the royal family. I want us to be known as the firm. Good morning alex. Good morning. I'm going on and on about Our nasa sneakers mine mine arrived. I'm so excited they're fabulous. That's refining those funny thing is. I can't wear mine because you're going to be wearing yours. So if i saw them i have to wear them the same day. And what a big deal anyway i. If there was only one day left in life. I can see how this could be a problem but i tell you what since you had them i. You will always get to wear them. It'll be your choice and if you're not wearing them that i can wear them okay. That works this argument that this is called. Compromise is called. You know trying to make a relationship work alex. I'm trying class in that. My wife or your first student and you she'll never compromise. Hey alex ghandi's always coming up with these great games like today we're doing the Tv show theme song part. Two is great. You came up with the game idea what you come up with so each car when you get in Or if you leave your keys in the car and you open the door. It has a unique jingle. I think we should have like guest to car. Jingle you know there's tons of different models out there and make and you have to get the car jingle. But i want to do it because my last name is car so it could be alex cars jingle thing unless you're like a car like an aficionado. Whatever you're not gonna get it but you'll hear your car. Maybe your car you've had before one of the only when you get right because you're paying by the answer. Then people are going to get one answer right so. That's good exactly. It's like playing. It's like playing the horoscope game. All right you one. One hundred people on the radio. That's my car. That's all right now. See now we're all dog piling on my. My husband is not nice to alex. Who do you think would get right. well see. This is what i would do. I would get wild card jangled and each day play one and have contestants call in and i wanna get it so you have five car jingles each day. You release one jingles if you know if you know what car sound that is calling me now and then one hundred and fifty thousand people. We're gonna call. We got to send this back to the easy for nate. Make it like caller. Two thousand sh. Do you have any other game ideas. forget it. i'm hanging up common. You them to me. We'll figure it out. I love it is taking my car. Sounds and going home. There was a great story. I believe it was a cbs sunday morning. Where we're at the bmw plant over in europe. They have a guy working sound studio and he does nothing but engineer have the sound that. Bmw's make when you get in either bad guy to play the game because we did play the audio logo game. Which is very similar to what alex's saying so we could toss a couple of car sounds into our next audio logo game all right. We're gonna find a way to somehow car. Sounds just to make alex car happy. I'm glider last name. Isn't something like fart guests that fart. All right yes gary. What the end of the car game. We give away a car. I mean it would be apropos. Wouldn't it okay. Well we've got lots of work to do all right. Alex i love you. Beautiful data zoo okay. You buy all right. Br alex thought he had a good idea. You don't want i. i hate being. The one is says we've got to move on so therefore i'm going gonna go ahead say it right now. It's a bad idea. we've gotta move on. We'll find a way to make this happen. Okay all right all right. Thank you Let's get into the three things you need to know from gandhi. What's so funny in order to keep the house. We're going to find him as in my marriage. If we don't find a way to make my husband happy please for me. Can you do this. All right the three things we need to know. And then we do have a One thousand dollar raoult's homemade free money phone tap on the way and then we're gonna try if we have time right after the phone's app we're going to roll right into tv theme songs this to do that all right here. We go gandhi. What's going on. President biden will give his first primetime speech tonight. The speech will mark the one year anniversary of the coronavirus. Shutdowns expected to talk about the vaccine. Rollout and explain the next phase of the government's response to the pandemic next tuesday. He'll be going on tour to promote the new coronavirus relief package. That was just passed. The president is expected to crisscross the us to inform the public about the nearly two trillion dollar economic stimulus bill. That measure will help boost vaccine supplies as well as testing and efforts to get schools reopened. The bill also includes direct fourteen hundred dollar checks for americans under certain income levels and extends unemployment benefits during the ongoing coronavirus crisis. New charges may now be added against derek chauvin today the former minneapolis. Police officer is already charged with second degree murder for the death of george floyd last year yesterday. The minnesota supreme court denied a request by his lawyers to reconsider a charge of third degree murder. Minnesota judge peter. Kay hill will consider the matter this morning and finally like we've been saying all morning. It was a year ago. This week that everything's started to shut down that includes broadway broadway went dark a year ago. I still can't believe it's been that long. But there's some hope. Now the broadway league president charlotte st. Martin says that she's hopeful. Theaters will open sometime in the fall saying that one plan being kicked around the audience members to provide proof of a negative test or covert shot before being seated. She says whenever theaters finally are able to reopen audiences can still expect to wear masks and says that the big musicals like the lion king and phantom of the opera will likely be the first shows to get it going next three things. I can't wait to go. See a broadway show behind. Every i'd be really happy. Awesome all right so if you really know your tv show themes you you have to know. Don't say you know and then get on the air and just totally just fall. Apart would be so sad. Sad for you. Call nate now or eight hundred two four two zero one hundred do that really fast one. Eight hundred four two zero one hundred or text him if fifty five one hundred and convince them that. You're the one all right your free money phones after this elvis three in the morning show you got any money tap yet. Allow waiting on. Elvis phone elvis song. Sorry sorry remixing your cereal. I was. I was feeding my dog's okay. I know so. You can't get mad at me. If i'd say i don't like oh your dog. How sweep they have to eat anyway. It is time for the free money. Phone tap thanks to raoult's homemade. I gotta tell you hit it out of the park. Every time and i was wondering do they. Do they mind that we talk about. Sometimes we want to change it up. So we use raoult's homemade one of the many sauces as a foundation as a base in an ad one. Add to it air all good with that absolutely in anything in your life that that needs sauce us raoult's and then you can add to it. You do whatever you want or just right out of the jar right on your pasta. Wherever you're making raoult's homemade fabulous. We always have raoult's homemade in the in the pantry. Always it's always there see always have a great meal a world class meal ready to go just by opening a jar in people were like well. I'm not gonna a jarred sauce. My grandmother my grandmother's rolling around in her grave. You know what if your grandmother came out of the grave and meal. She'd be okay with your raoult's homemade. Thanks raoult's homemade make everyday delicious You're about to win a thousand dollars with the free money phone tap if you're caller one hundred one eight hundred two four two zero one hundred all right. Here's the phone taps scary. I do randy. Elvis duran phone tap so much going on today. I think it's time for another michael oppenheimer phone tap dear elvis. My father is an old school. Italian man who thinks everyone's trying to rob him when they tell him to refinance his mortgage. So why. don't you have. Michael oppenheimer pretend to be a lender call him up tell him he's ready to refinance his house. You'll probably have to bleep out most of the conversation but it will be funny. This comes to us. From gary. Michael oppenheimer now is on the phone. Phone-tapping gary's dan mr negro please mr negro growl mar-a-lago mr negative. Hi this is. Mr michael lavin with bender. Fender lender company. How you doing today sir. Mr michael oppenheimer no. I'm all set. We'd like you to refinance your mortgage time now. Would you be sir. Now would you. Would you let me finish now would you. I got no call. Excuse me. I got no car now. You people in my number. Who's the new cool. No call no cool. what's that. I'm lucky i'm australian mortgage right. Because this is mr michael with the bender and fender lender company. How you doing today sir. We can offer you a thirty year fixed for your mortgage my mortgage new you. Not not according to our records. Where do you get my records. You check my records. We understand you own a home sir. That's right. They know which company with my wife takes okay. We'll right now we'll give you zero percents for six months. Look at a boss sir. Excuse you this. Mr michael up in ohio to check my luggage. This is mr mike. Eleven with the vendor favorite lenders up right listen. We learned purchases. Now what. I bought your phone number me your address. Excuse me sir my bad. There's no need to get crazy. It's a beautiful day here at bender. And you don't want to to check my credit. This is mr. Michael oppenheimer michael oppenheimer smith. Why are you now. You locally you close by leeann. Santa barbara california's air. I'll check it out there. And i'll come out to meet you personally all right. This is mr michael oppenheimer with the vendor and michael oppenheimer. Whoever he is list your i got you got us watch. I put you on my list on a no call list. Yeah i am know how you got my number no call list which supersedes the listed european. I'm going to tell me. I'm a risk on my mortgage so i pay my mortgage. We could sign you up right now. Sign this up. i got some feeder. Sign up now. You are you close by. I'm million person right now su. I'm not here to pick a fight mr mike. I'm here to pick a fight now. You harass me. On the phone. Mr michael oppenheimer about mr michael open. Amer- you know what you can do. Use my ad callback callback again. I'm going to now. You're not giving your number and sweat your name. This to michael oppenheimer loop ep spell. Michael oppenheimer says me with the bender and bender lender company and hand abandoned. You gotta my friend. He's a shylock. Mr with mr all nine eleven. Excuse me sir including as a courtesy today gertie anybody else. Okay sir i'm unattractive number down just give you my phone number one eight hundred two four two zero hundred. This is scary jones. Garry asked us to tune deb. How you make me curse like that. That what's his name. Mr michael oppenheimer over the years. His voice has changed into something. Different number four fourth. One only there was a long time ago. Anyway thank scary. That was your one thousand dollar raise homemade pre monday phone tap. Let's go talk to marsha. Online twelve yeah. You know it's coming. You know what we're about to say right marsha. One thousand dollars took marcia tell us what your days all about other than winning thousand dollars in front of a ten million people. Oh my god. I'm so excited. I'm shaken unwilling to work. Do i listen to you guy. Every single morning. I walked every single one of you. That's unusual people like one of us in hate all the other. Marsha what do you do. What do you do for a living an accountant. Busy busy time of year. You guys still busy just crazy. Yeah we'll look. I don't get too crazy at a thousand dollars to your bank account if you're an accountant you that and it's all yours. Thanks for listening to us. You to love you to marsh. It's a pleasure to talk to you. Hold on one second. Wow she's great. I love that. She wanted thousand dollars to thanks to raoult's homemade so next time you're in the store pickup some rails homemade see So it works. They paid for the phone tap in now. We talk about them. It's pretty cool all right. Let's rush into the danielle report and then daniel if you're done we're gonna do a tv show theme songs and see if we have someone ready to go. Did you find someone really really good for this. You better believe it must thank you see all right so anatomy has been on television for seventeen seasons so when it ends you think that they would be like all right. This is going to be it. We're gonna make a big deal about it but that's not really what's going to happen. The people around the shows that they're planning a final episode that could function as either a season finale or a series finale. So they're planning for both just in case to see what they decided they decide to do. So that's interesting because you know you'd think it'd be a big deal on. Tiktok is coming up with ways to curb bullying and harassment. They've launched a new rethink tool it. Pops up whenever a user types out a potentially problematic message with the prompt. Would you like to reconsider posting this and kinds of war kind of warned you that this could violate guidelines of you know and then you can delete it or alter it or whatever so i think that's a very good idea ryan murphy is giving us a little sneak peek at the next american horror story season ten You know did you know the macaulay culkin. We'll be in He will be yet. He's in the post so that looks interesting. So netflix has renewed two more seasons of bling empire. I used to watching that nathan empire. He's not he's not listening. I think he said he got over it. After the first few episodes she was like very impressed and then was over it. Well it will be around for a while. Rodriguez driver's license is doing very well. We know that. Do you know it took four times before. She could actually get her driver's license because the first time her test got cancelled because of covid the second time she had a filming schedule. So she had to reschedule. Because it didn't work out the third time she flew to la. She's getting ready to actually do the test and her mom's car horn didn't work so they said we're sorry but you can't use this car if the car horn doesn't work so she had to reschedule again and the fourth time was a charm for time she actually got yeah. Yeah driver's license. If your car horns what have you like. You know driver. I the only one that heard that guys brutal mars just another youtube milestone. His grenade video just reached a billion views. That is the sixth video for bruno to do that. So congratulations and miley. Cyrus admitted that she had a hard time with her identity. After hannah montana ended. She said i had internal conflicts. She said it was kind of like the character. Your this character on the show and yaw your alter ego and when you have the wig on your famous but when you take the wig off you're no longer famous and nobody knows you anymore. And she said that she kind of had to you know take a break from that and figure out her own identity because you know once he took off the wake from hannah. Montana was kind of the same thing at first. It was a lot for her tonight. On television it is the presidential address. The grays midseason premiere million little things. The midseason premiere there to hbo. Max gives you a new one called generation and just a little tease for tomorrow on disney plus assembled the making of one division. And that is my daniel report. Alright theme music. For the scary sure it's time for pocketing toll starving. This family ties. Thanks thanks thank you. For being here for carpenter. Tv show themes. I guess we would have. We would have failed because we didn't know huge show back in the day. You guys one Let's talk to amanda amanda line. Eighteen a customer service manager from union beach new jersey met her fiance because of our show. Really what do you mean how did you. Hey what's up guys So yes so Back in twenty seventeen. I actually sent us. So i work for a company called raw generations uses. If you remember we yeah. We sent you a box of juice and you guys came Called me and had me come out to see guys and had i not been in that wa wa at four. Am to get on. That train to come is for the morning show and never would have met my jeffrey. Now we're engaged. We got engaged the day after christmas. We're hoping for a may of twenty twenty two wedding but everything went kovic. We're kinda you know. It's a little bit difficult to try and book. Anything died i predict. I think it's going to happen. I feel really good about it. And congratulations with jeffrey mamedov. Let's let's let's get to work here now. Somehow you convince nate into thinking you know your tv off. Yeah i mean with quarantine you know an home and working from home i it. Nothing but watch tv. Let's let's listen. let's get to it then by the way. these are not all classics. Some of these are new shows. Some of them are old shows. Gandhi gave us a whole spectrum of a wide spectrum of tv theme songs. All right so these are ten dollars a piece. Let's see how you do. You could win a lot a lot of money here. I let's go to here is tv show theme song number. One was a huge show and now he's in jail. He was a huge tv show. Now he's in prison. What was that they. I'm going to go at the cosby show. All right another one. What tv theme song is this. What was that at the top one boy. Can i hear the time again. A big huge show. What show is that like mashed close. That was actually from martin all right so long even started saying in the beginning. I this is an easy one for you to is tv song number very famous theme song. What show is that from saturday night. Live absolutely all right. Here's a song from show. I don't think i ever watched one so here. We go. maybe maybe you did. Here's the wait wait. I did used to watch that show. I forgot the name of it. All right okay. Yeah it's it's the four women right Girlfriends living single though right. Yeah you recognize the name of the show but why the theme song may remember. I used to watch all right here. we go. This is an easy one if you're watching some vintage tv. What is number five gary. This singing let's show is that from is from the jefferson absolutely to song number six what. Tv shows this from a lot newer than the jeffersons. What song is that Show from when show song from that one. I don't know. I have no idea always sunny in philadelphia Yeah there you never watched that show. It's what about what about this classic. Tv due to word you stab. Did you ever used to watch that. I sure did i. Loved kevin arnold. The wonder years this is a huge show. I love this one new. I watched an entire series. That i would not have been able to get. That was the theme song show. That's from so it's if it's what i think it is. It's a new show right. Really big new newer. I mean is it fredericton. No yes sounds a little britain. That was a madman. Which i'd i'd would not have told you that all right here is a tv show. Number nine. never watched it. I must have never watched it either. A community oh yeah show. I don't know aggressive man. I'm not this one by what show is hard man No i don't either. That's from parks and rec okay. So this is a tough contest. There's so many shows to choose to how about this famous. Tv show who huge show and just left us. What what shows up from just left us Is it don't know from green shits creek. Okay well what about this one. That one that's Pity how about this one. While sounds along like the shit's creek bid version. That came about this show. I hear daniel's favourite show. Danielle would you get that one. All right amanda. What shows from daniels favorite show. I never watched it. But i'm trying to think of what the hell's jealous appointed the walking dead give you one more. I'm gonna give you one more and see if you get it. Here we go. Oh you got it that is. I'm currently watching that right now. Actually sons of anarchy you one seventy dollars. Yeah you know. You didn't get a lotta i. You got all right. And here's the theme for mash. Congratulations you got seventy dollars on the way down. The suicide suicide is painless. His name of this. Anyway you got seventy dollars. Thanks for listening to us today. Thank you guys so much. I listen to you every day. I've been loyalty for what feels like. My whole life is listening. Thank you so much whole whole night's to give you seventy bucks and there you go. Yeah thank you guys. You're welcome hold on yeah. I used to play that on the piano. The theme song for mash. That's how how. I knew it was called. Suicide is painless. It's one of those dumb things. I wish i. I wish i didn't remember that. So i may room in my head for things i should remember. You know what i'm saying. Useless information all right daniel. You already did report. Let's take a break and we'll be back after this. what's up. spas is. This is justin timberlake rexha. And you're listening to elvis duran elvis duran and the morning show. Hey danielle ukhta download luck tastic right now for your chance to crack the code and win one million dollars. One winner will be selected on april. Sixth don't wait. Download tastic today on google. Play or the app store and play to win good luck. How's it going scary jones. You know how some people are the real deal. And some aren't i mean i can tell right away. It's almost like a gift that i've been given. That's why you can believe me when i say when it comes to car insurance and home insurance state farm. Yeah they're definitely the real deal. So what makes state on the real deal well for one. They've surprisingly great rates. It takes a lot to surprise me. They did but with those great rates also comes great service. And let's be honest. Nothing beats personalized service. 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Oh wait a second. I think somebody's here. You've got to close the door when you go to the bathroom. Froggy has a house guest our fraud. Phillip where is he. When are we going to put here. He's here he's walking around somewhere. Yes i'm going to tell the story about. Rod killed a minute all right. Hey scary. what's on your mind. Okay i get up at four o'clock in the morning so it's only logical that if you schedule a meeting at four o'clock in the afternoon i may fall asleep on the phone during your business meeting. Oh scaring me. You did it yesterday. David my witness on the other end and three times during a sixty minute meeting. I started audibly. Snoring right was not pretty scary. Scary turning musical you want to hear the sound of scary snoring during a meeting yesterday. yes we do. I'm not even kidding. I didn't know. Pull up brody brownie. Where is it Has to find it on. The snoring do search for snoring. The sound of scary snoring during a meeting yesterday and the apparently what he just abruptly wakes up in because yes. I totally agree with you. Where is it find it scary. This is great. Sorry to started to pull this around the room. Screeching halt boys page page. All right. oh man looking keep looking. This is live radio. This is what his life prepared. If you heard someone snoring would you wake them up or would you just let it go. I would sit there and laugh at them. Probably record it and remote. Scary snoring listened to listen to this. Now that's what. I thought you'd be a little better prepared for this. Where is it. i don't have a scary snoring. The scariest places condie game the wrong one at a time rod phillips here. We don't want him to know how unprofessional. We are all right. Well we don't have thank you brought. Please hold all right. We do have the sound of snoring. We'll get to it later back to you putting on lipstick gandhi. Hello all right. I wanted to stress the importance to everybody about doing something that i didn't think about doing for years and years. And that's just getting your annual physical. I know that we tend to forget these things and just move on like okay. I'll do it next year. But when you get your physical man they test you for everything for blood disorders. They all your liver ins kitties like all kinds of things and it's very important to do it to catch anything that could be wrong but also to give you a little piece of mind that. Hey maybe nothing's wrong and everything's okay and walk about your day. A little bit differently with the pep in your step so get your physical every year very important. I'm saying this. Because i just got mine. What your blood type is. I know do that. Sam what's going on with you today. So everybody just take a second and think about if you have someone in your life that could just use a little message from you today to brighten their day. I am not friends. So if you all want to reach out to me. That would be great. Because william just took savannah out for her very serious knee surgery. And i'm doing medium like way worse than i thought i was going to do because i know she's in good hands and i know we have to do the surgery for h- have full mobility. She's still just a puppy. But it's hard she's gonna come back with all these screws ernie and recovery is going to take four months and it's all like hitting me today. She's your baby she. She's my baby. So if you have someone you think going on with something just send them a little texts because maybe it'll help them a little bit more than not check out. We'll check out. Everyone sandwich today. Thanks guys welcome. Danielle what's going on. Okay mine is. I wish you could smell this but i'm gonna show you the bottle so my girlfriend. We saw introduced me to this. And i will not do a wash without it. My clothes smell amazing. It's called downey infusions calm. Now you know how a lot of times you put those beads. Those little beats enter your dryer. This stuff is even better. Oh my gosh is. Lavender and vanilla. Bean. it is the i. I don't even have to open the bottle. It might holes have never smelled better. I go through it like it's going out of style so good moving around trying to infusions com yes. I got a picture on my instagram. No nothing. I wish they would advertise you. Can it's good okay. Thank you should pay. You are doing them. A great service straight nate. What's going on on today's the day on this after living without a kitchen for the last three months. I'm pretty sure. According to dave the guy putting in the kitchen he said hey at some point this week you're gonna walk into your house and the kitchen is going to be ready for you. Today's today are. You gonna have like a ribbon cutting. I was thinking about that. Why not right. It's a brand new kitchen. You cut a ribbon cut like he said spaghetti. I don't i mean it's gonna be fun. Excellent congratulations on your new kitchen. If hallmark card the kitchen i would send froggy as a house. Guest our friend. Rod phillips ra. Where's rod read. Oh there's there's the camera we've off for a long time. So of course with iheart he Is a big big force in the in the iheart world of years and years ago when when he was the program director of why one hundred miami remember those days i do. I hired him. I flew down and we all went to dinner with rod. It was froggy me and some other members of the of the why one hundred team and i looked at froggy i said. Can you go to the bathroom. And we went to the bathroom. And i said this is the biggest a whole i've ever met him. Oh my gosh. Oh we hated either. My wife was there. She said i can't stand him. he's not nice leasers didn't like me. Does she said what a jerk. I thought that i had no idea. At least every you didn't say one nice thing anyone you relate so mean to insist on fair someone i think like the afternoon jock or someone from y one hundred michael. Yo you're railing on them may making him feel like he was insignificant. No talent worthless piece. Of and i'm like way was he there or you're adjusting. I was talking about. We love likely. Yeah i know. But so i remember called. I called your boss tom that night. I said this guy's not going to work out. He's the flaming a-hole ever met with a frogs. Like dude why hundreds going to be doomed with this guy. He's he's so mean we hated you. You were so so hateful. And how did all that. And how did all that workout. And how three weeks. Ago by. And i call elvis one day. I'm leaving the station. I go. I you gotta listen to me. I actually love him. He's a good dude. Like you've got to get to know create else goes all right. You're an idiot. He's not myself. So i flew back to you. Don't even know food miami just to be proven wrong in. Here's what i learned about right in. This is why this is so important for everyone listening first impressions. They don't always work out to be the try. It turned out that rod in the way he was a sarcastic a whole was actually very endearing and we learned. That's his personality. And he's fabulous to anyone. Yes because i thought the same thing. When i and he thought i hated what he said. I thought for the longest time. And then after a while i was just like oh and then everyone now he really likes to go. I don't think so man. And then i and then i realized now. He's a sweetheart them. So dr jerry. Somebody help me here. I'll defend to the death. Your i feel we five right away. You're a guy's guy that's why we get along. I thought rod phillips kyrie. Cd collection character persian. By the way. If you're familiar with those phone taps is the name behind the collection rod. So rush rod. We love you you out to be the best ally for our show and and i learned that you know. Some people in life are just sarcastically. They're just funny. I haven't been told. I have that dry sense of humor if i have a sense of humor so that just doesn't hit everybody by the way i had a great time of that dinner like such a jerk. Miami's amazing. I mean it was eight of us renna table eating a crab or whatever. I don't know one point. You're you're like nonstop insulting. Everyone at the table. And i was looking around for a camera. I thought this was a joke. Because you the boss was so mean to me. And i wish i would've seen this turns out it was it was great and now he's a big teddy bear and he loves us all so no he's still he's supposed to be. That's that's he's a loving eho awesome brings up a good point. You've lost your wallet in phone. Every city in america and i can't deny that that one i can't deny it usually involves drinking but some used to anyway So anyway we love you. Ride in a is just public service for everyone. You meet someone for the first time. You're like i don't ever want to see them ever again. Give them a second chance. Lava yard give them a second exact investigate. What it is you hate about him. It may be something that you actually love about it and like right now. He's wearing his his baseball cap backwards. It looks like a total douche bag. It's country cammo to alec barely. I don't know why you guys put cameras on these things you're on the radio you can get away with. I mean i just woke up. Like i literally just rolled out of bed. You're like come. Get on the camera with the lowest. You both facetime me last night. Right out of the shower in my pajamas with no makeup on and i answered your phone. True variety beautiful. We had no idea you've got now. I i You know investigate those a little more before you write someone off and so we're so happy to have you now lives. We love you rod guys more. Obviously i love you guys more man. And i tell you. A froggy was so giddy like a little kid. His best friend coming to visit him. And having you and jackson with With froggy right now. He's he's on another cloud so take care of our frog we will. We will all right. Get out of here. We love ron. What are we doing here. Straightening things three things. The three things we need to know this hour gandhi. What's going on. It's been one year since the world health organization home froggy. Can you turn off. Your microphone are sorry. Thanks froggy go ahead all right. It's been a year since the world. Health organization declared covid nineteen global pandemic. and as. We all know it's been a year of chaos to say the least. We're working differently. Connecting with friends and family less taken a toll. We still have a death. Toll higher than any other nation with that number passing five hundred thirty thousand and approximately twenty nine. Millions have twenty nine million americans having been infected with the virus but there is light at the end of the tunnel as a nation has been ramping up the distribution of vaccines. According to the cdc nearly ninety six million vaccine doses have been administered. That's about seventy five percent of what's been distributed. Those numbers show nearly nineteen percent of americans have received at least one dose which means close to ten percent of the population has been fully vaccinated but of course health experts are warning not to let up not to let down your guard troubling variants. The illness do pop up. a bipartisan. Effort is expected by kentucky state lawmakers to restrict. No knock search warrants. There are two competing competing bills dealing with those no knock warrants right now house bill. Twenty one would ban the use of no knock search warrant officers required to identify themselves. And then wait. At least ten seconds before entering. Senate bill. Four was approved by the house judiciary committee yesterday and would limit. No knock warrants potentially violent cases with strict requirements forgetting that warrant and finally prince. William has broken his silence and he is saying that the royal family is not racist. This of course is all coming after the interview with. Prince harry and meghan markle and they made that bombshell allegation but among the revelations made by megan markle was that a member of the family was concerned about the potential color of her sons skin. Meghan markle's father is white. Her mother is black. Williams said he has never spoken with his brother about the interview but he plans to and sticks by the fact that the family is not racist. Aren't you reached out to his brother yet. Though very much it was how long ago was almost a week ago. Yeah it was. Yeah yeah family matters a very tough especially the royal family. Thank you gandhi by the way Date made the big announcement about his kitchen and being done. Hey nate everyone's texting. Everyone's takes you've got a you've got to break it in banging on the kitchen counter tonight i honest you have no idea how expensive counters where i can't afford stopping and up. Get up there. Get up there. We got news with froggy on the way old. We gotta jumping the old school time machine. Take a ride. We've got sound guaranteed daniel report on the lots to do. We're back after this. In the course of our we were the morning show. Hey danielle you to download luck. Tastic the app where you can win real cash prizes or it's right from your phone play to win cash and fun prizes instantly. Or when tokens that you can redeem for gift cards from amazon walmart and so many more. Download luck tastic today. Historian you know these ghost. Kitchens are popping up everywhere and this has been going on in new york city for years and years and years goes kitchen. If you don't know kitchen where chefs go in and they prepare foods and then they're delivered. There's no dining room it. It's it's it's all takeout right love and for many years in downtown manhattan and tribeca. There is one place. I was ordering mexican food from also food from and pizza from later on i found out there was no such restaurant they had treated from brand names and they all came from the same chef in the same kitchen because i realized because they put the address on the On the service. It's the same address for all these restaurants. I'm like let me walk over there and see if they're open the door. There was no restaurant so that was that was years and years and years ago then then later there was an italian place. Used to go to over on greenwich and they closed down but they're still delivering. All he did was closed the dining room. There's still serving out of their kitchen. You know so now goes. Kitchens are huge. That's what Guy piatti is doing with his Food he's sending out. And i know you guys over on vesey street downtown manhattan if you had the jackass burrito. No we'll stephen star. He's huge great restaurants philadel- philadelphia. He's got great brands there and also alvarez pastiche buddha khan lekue here in manhattan now he has an elevator as a ghost concept over on. Vesey doesn't matter where it is and they have it's called jackass burrito. Wow in some looking at pictures of this. It's a great. Are you doing a search on jackass burrito what makes it check asi. Take off l. name but in your town you know since the pandemic started a ago and we'll get into that in a minute It really hit hard year ago rather More it's been more and more about delivery right and so these ghost. Kitchens are in every town in america. You you may be receiving things delivered to your house of every couple of weeks in. It's from a kitchen that's kitchen. There's no dining room all cool. It's just the it's stay. Bet it's here to stay new things and do things that this food looks so good. I'm still wanna burrito right now. I want to jackass. Burrito stands dr. Welcome to welcome to town with another genius idea jackass burrito also a lot of restaurants in closing down their dining rooms. They still needed to make money and they would let people come in and use their kitchens so they can make some cash off so totally changed the way food is being prepared and served. It's interesting donna. Let you know that sound with garrett garrett we have going on all right so let's talk about kimmel last night. He played a video that he aired a year ago. About talking to people on the street about the coronavirus on what they knew about it out here and talking to people about the coronavirus. I know that it's bad news. New login super new will go away is seems to be very popular. What are you know about the coronavirus. We've been having a shot. Dr cattle for years krona virus vaccine for cattle scours. So it's been around forever. Da lick salt. You're safe about how many people have the Like a million and they laughed only a year ago. That was an interesting interesting note. I know a lot of friends of mine. Who are working. In the hospital world they are commemorating their first passing in different hospitals in different ways. Light lighting up the walls outside at night or having special special services or just you know just acknowledging. Today's the one year anniversary of losing our first patient in it's a major major major thing for all of our friends in the healthcare world. And we're thinking about you today. All right yesterday was mareo day. At or mario day depending on how you say it. It's always mario here. We go so. Did you ever wonder what mozart sound like. Playing the mario theme song obstacle. We get it on amazon amazon. I love alerts on addams family. He played a mean harpsichord. Remember him all right so if you own any type of pet that you need to bring outside for a walk or use the bathroom you know. Sometimes it takes you gotta put your shoes on and got to get the leads. You gotta get the dog out the door. Did you ever wonder what it was. Like to take your dog out for a walk in alaska walking. Your dog is an expedition. It's starting to get really cold here and it's pitch black twenty four seven's star with than expedition pants down sausage jacket and then you're teletubby headlights and of course that's not enough. We have polar bears here so we have to bring a rifle with us. Every time are outside. The dogs are obviously invisible in the dark. So i put a bunch of linke's and hi viz vests on them. So i can actually see them when they run away from me. We don't have any running water but we do have trysofi and it's very very cozy. Hey can you imagine taking your dog. Out in alaska every time every single time to three times a day. All right So this you were talking about this earlier in the show about the espn be set falling on one of the journalists so this is what it sounded like this online. Maybe it but proposal so calm cool collected everyone calm down calm down like an pilot and then here comes the driving music and they go to spots to the guy looked like it likes them in half like his face slammed into the desk did. He did his face on the desk but he is okay. We think about what we do. We don't have sets. You can have that waffle. Yeah right now. Elvis so we play this out from time to time and i'm excited for this one to one of my favorite bands. The killers mr bright side. We all know this song. But i found the isolated vocals and this is what it sounds like in the studio without any instruments behind him. I just can't love can't and say and straw sho see Say siglo show. Your boys aged test years having me. Oh my as oh my god. I don't know you're such a good american for bringing it in. let's get. Let's get into the school time machine screen voice. I love it when you bring in those isolated tribes greg kelly cage. Enough scary reminds us. That's seventeen years old family. An old school song excellent song. I'm so glad that garrett brought into the. Hey let's get into daniels report danielle ward. You what do you make enough. His our went lies. Are you telling this well. Maybe this is a lie. I don't know. Hdtv's property brothers who we know very well have been sued. By a couple of las vegas homeowners cry botched renovation paulin mindy said that they felt bamboozled and tricked after paying nearly two hundred thousand dollars up front for nightmare home renovation. They claim the work isn't up to code including exposed wires janke appliances and botched paint jobs. So bake not happy camp. Poop re my boys alone. If they messed up they messed up. Tv that was the goal the same as the bachelor. You don't go there to find love you go there to be on. Tv crap Michelle exposed brick wire. It'll be fine. I hope you don't have your new kitchen people. So snowflake silver shell. Obama opened up about her covert year in a revealing interview with people magazine. She said they spent a lotta time obviously with their daughters and she counted her blessings but she did say she suffered from low grade depression. And you know. I think a lot of people have been suffering from that so when people that you look up to open up about things like that i think it makes it easier for other people to Realize that they're not alone. Jennifer gardner does not have any many family photos. You wanna know why. Her kids were traumatized by the paparazzi when they were younger and they were afraid of cameras. How sad is this. Her daughter violet. Who is fifteen now said that when she was in kindergarten she stood up in a chair at a velvet dress. Her hair was back her glasses. Ron and she said we didn't ask for this. We don't want these cameras. they're really crazy. There really scary. And they knocked. They were knocking people over. They were knocking kids over to get pictures. Lewis right and so he's ever seen it impersonal. Like you're walking down the you see paparazzi. They just they push you out of the way. They're mean they say awful things trying to do. It's all insane. I've been pushed by them before. Remember yeah. I was walking walking my dog next to a antonio What's his name. Oh mary who made us even been orlando orlando bloom. Yeah he was. He was walking with his son next to me and i was walking my dog when all of a sudden he's all these big photo. Lenses came out of nowhere and pushing me. I'm like what are you. what are you right. Bloom and this little kid next to me. What screw you know for me the morning star already. How they wanted orlando bloom. Tracy tracy morgan wants to play louis. Armstrong in a movie that he financing and One of his co stars. Some coming to america says you know what tracy is underrated and he can do this. He sounds like louis. He looks like louis so he said i should give him a chance. Las vegas life is beautiful. Festival is happening. September seventeenth nineteenth. They will be eighteen blocks long outdoors. Obviously billie eilish. Green day noah cyrus ice app rocky. Young thug gonna be their tickets are going to go on sale. I think tomorrow morning so you may want to get your hands on that. The juno awards canada's grammy awards and you know the the weekend got snubbed here for the grammy's well. They didn't stop them at the juno awards. They gave him six nominations so That will be happening may sixteenth. Virtually nio rivera's. Dad is really past that glee. Creator ryan murphy. He says he's given him broken promises since nyas death. He said he was supposed to set up. A college fund for her son has done that ryan posted on social that he is doing that that he's been repeated conversations with people. He's trying to get things approved so i don't know it depends on where you look. So hopefully that will be happening. ryan kugler. The director of black panther is spent is talking about how they're going to continue this franchise without chadwick boseman. He said it's so hard he said it's still so hard because he was in my personal life and my working life and it's very hard for me to separate the two because i'm in mourning right now and so he's working on it he was he just got he has got gotta get through the process it. Just i can't even imagine can't even imagine tonight the presidential address you've got a little grays midseason premiere million little things. The midseason premiere for that. There's a brand new one on hbo. Max called generation and tomorrow on disney plus assembled the making of one division and short. Everybody's going to be watching that. And that is my daniel report. Someone just send a text Have any of you actually been approached by paparazzi. I will tell you the only time. I'm ever hit by paparazzi there waiting for someone else and the hotel by the radio station. what's it called roxy. Everyone's they'll have a singer or someone staying there in the paparazzi. Be out front. And i'll walk by. We recognize them because all of our jingle balls and stuff so they know who we are and one guy said. Hey elvis let me get. Let me get a shot of you and your dog. And i'm like a really y gonna do. This is kind of creepy. He's i don't know. Just put it out there. You know. I don't know i guess. Take your picture and they they put it out there so if anyone wants to buy it from them they can. I'm sure that sales were very low. That day radio discount photo rack. I mean ryan seacrest and howard stern. I can't imagine anyone else doing what we do as paparazzi waiting for them right. Did you guys fill out your employee survey yet. I went well. Okay here i heart. We have this thing called the the employee survey and they say it's totally anonymous. Tell us how you really happy. Because i put my set my insulin. What did you say that needs to be anonymous. I didn't say anything bad it. Also i want to cover that. I wanna get into that. And also we've got food news with froggy coming up after this. Who the hell are you. Walk in the morning show I'm sure a lot of large. Do the the surveys for their employees. The employee surveys of and they're supposed to be anonymous. So you can say what's on your mind and just get it out there and let them know what you want them to know things. You don't want to have a one conversation about because it may be uncomfortable for you. And i heart of course is always doing this there. They always want to know how we're feeling and you know this is a i don't know about anyone else works here. I love working with iheart very very well. I think we're very lucky Yeah it's not like this and other places now they have. The new employee survey q one two thousand twenty one out there. And we received another email from bernie weiss here in new york saying thanks to all who have responded if you haven't yet please find five minutes sometime today in answer. This anonymous survey started talking to everyone here in the room. Did you do your survey scary. Yeah you you went to the entire survey you answered and you. You talked about things that you thought. They should know right. Yeah and then did you. did you send it. Well just hit the submit button. I'm like wait a second. This trackable is this. So i deleted the whole thing. I'm like nah. i'm not gonna send it so so obviously you said something. That was a little uncomfortable. There might have been one one. Maybe two questions. That i'm like you know what if i i don't want them to hold us personally against me so i do names house. No no i don't. I would never do that. Well no but they say it's anonymous. They're saying you're going to track it back to you say it's anonymous but they'd have my ip address. Nate that i'm gonna. I'm gonna tell him tell him don't. I'm not going to say what he did. But nate did something on his survey to make them feel like it wasn't him okay. Just don't smart exactly in danielle. have you sent yours. I did. But i didn't say anything. Negative so i was fine. I guess hitting send finding even think about it. I didn't think oh. Maybe they know it's us. I didn't think that. I don't wanna sound like an ass kisser. I didn't have anything negative to say. I just filled up and moved on. Yeah don't we need to tell them things that we have issues with. Because are they ever gonna get. Don't let somebody know that's what it's for. Yeah i don't i don't wait for the survey i called. I said you suck you. Stop sucking in this area. Please thank you. I don't so fill out your survey scary. They're not going gonna know what you and even if they know it's you were saying what's the worst. Thank you do fire you. They fire you know from the thing is. It's an outside survey company so it's not the actual our company that gets it goes through survey monkey will they d- i heart owned surveymonkey. I'm sure a new company called survey monkey and then they'll think someone else but it's really. I wonder if somebody's ever been pegged at their company for having anonymous survey and then all of a sudden it just like came back to them. I don't know. I don't find out with singers find out. I've never been pegged scary movie. The let's see what happens all right food news frog frog these food news say man. I've never heard the word segment in a song before. All right segment all right food news. What do you have in case you did not know. We are already almost halfway through march. And that means next week is saint patrick's day in crispy cream is not letting they have got or new doughnuts luck of the doughnuts collection. The first one is the lucky gold coin. Doughnut it's an original glazed doughnut. It's all kinds of icing and sprinkles and little gold coins which are just basically a little cute gold disks on it. Okay paul number to limit lucky sprinkles donut in original glazed doughnut dipped in green icing and topped with shamrock sprinkles. The lucky unicorn. Doughnut is also an original glazed doughnut with crispy cream dipped in white icing and hand decorated. To look just like a magical unicorn and then the lucky leprechaun is filled with cookies and cream filling dipped in green icing and decorated with plaid icing stripes. All of these doughnuts are available beginning today at your local crispy. Cream store and on march sixteenth and seventeenth crispy. Cream is bringing back their original glazed doughnut. That it will be bright green. You're getting a payoff from crispy cream. You talked about them over a minute. Good stuff man. He can't eat one doughnut. ever now. you're totally is adding a case of dea to its online menu. If you go in the store you don't order you can order it online and it is available beginning today. Monterey jack cheese chicken steak karnataka's arba coa free or the heat veggies wrapped in a flour tortilla. The whole thing is folded pressed cut in pieces and served in all new packaging at chapel late. If you are looking for that wonderful case the daniel loves cases left saito you buffalo wild wings. Danielle you know we love our layer adding buffalo chicken tots to the lineup there. Tater tots with seasoned shredded chicken and their top of blue cheese crumbles pickled fresno chili peppers green onions and a hefty drizzle of buffalo sauce and ranch dressing and they look amazing so pick them up at your local b-dubs baseball season right around the corner. We've already got spring training. We will be heading back to the ballparks. This year they're allowing fans april first opening day. So i give you the food countdown the best ballparks next. Oh no hold on i. Gandhi gandhi has breaking news. She's a food correspondent today and she has breaking news. Yes if you've been missing the fiesta potatoes from taco bell back you go get your potatoes and the case the loop of bringing that back today too so you missed. Join vessels potatoes much. I've been counting down. I've been waiting for them so much. You can substitute them for me on so many different things. It's so good important business here all right now. Back to the countdown. Best ballpark snacks. The top five that we're eating when we return to the ballpark number five. You're not at the ballpark if you're not eating cracker. Jack's true number four rots elvis. You love it didn't brought don't you. I do number three. I like dolls brought dolls. Bratz asks nationals. The nuts peanuts reading peanuts. When we go to the ballpark number. Two hot dogs. We won't tell you what's in the hot dog because you want to eat it but number two is hotdogs and the number one sold snack at the ballpark is warm beer overpay. It's gonna get it and it's number one baseball season right around the corner. April first is opening day excellent. We love a countdown froggy. News talk news now so. Make sure you listen to today's fifteen minute morning. Show podcast you can watch it on all of our social. Just make sure you give it to watch or listen until tomorrow. Say piece out of your body. If you thought you had to travel far to save the pattaya bangkok to taste the pastries of parents take another look with two times. Total points at grocery stores. Your same kitchen can come with. Mark was enes sapphire preferred from chase make more of what's yours bellowing up to one thousand dollars in purchases per month from november. 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Matthew Gray Gubler

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

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Matthew Gray Gubler

"Welcome to the podcast, number one thousand and one. I'll be in Nashville and Salt Lake City at the end of may and beginning of June respectively. So go to ID ten T dot com to get tickets to those stand up shows at zanies and wise guys respectively. And also speaking of comedy, my pal J Mandy 'em who had done at midnight. And it's just a really sweet guy and really funny is headlining for the very first time at Caroline's in New York may twenty-first, it's his first headlining gig and I'm very excited and proud of them and go see him, go support breakout, artists go support comedy goes support emerging comedian talents, the styles of tomorrow, but Jay's great. So go see him. If you're in New York may twenty-first at Caroline's, you can go to Caroline's is an amazing club. I'll be there in the fall and. Yeah. That's it. Also, let's talk about you, the ID, ten t- community who can send events at ID dot com like Melissa, who writes, my husband and I started in indie bookshop in my hometown of Springfield Ohio called raven books. We have over fifty thousand books that are either new used rare antiquarian in store, which include a smashing, the awesome science fiction room, and every July, we host a Harry Potter A. Thon, we celebrate all things Potter with party prices merchandise. And of course, the books in abundance. David knife, dedicate ourselves to not only reading books, but sharing our love of the written word with everyone else were the only bookstore in town, and we need your nerd supports raven. Books is located at forty seven thirty two east national roads, Springfield, Ohio, just off I seventy Tuesday through Sunday, ten to seven or the hours. Check it out, also Victoria rights. I ride on the main attraction drill team were a group of ladies, who love horses, and entertaining, people if we raise any money. Performing, we don't have to charity, our youngest writers, fourteen to our most experienced member coming in at sixty eight years, young this year's the eightieth anniversary of the original wizard of Oz movie, and we're doing a skill a skit drill to it. Where performing at the William Shatner charity horse show on June. First, please check us out on Instagram main attraction drill. That's M. A N, E attraction drill, and on Facebook and YouTube as well. That's events ninety ten t dot com for your thing that you've made or someone else's thing that you want to share with the world. This episode is Matthew gray Gubler, who is just a delightful delightful heaping of happiness by he's just the sweetest he such a wonderful guy. He so funny and talented and just all the things you would wanna be all the things. He had won a bring home to mom. And he's promoting his new children's book, rumpled buttercup a store. Three of bananas belongings and being yourself which he wrote and illustrated. He has an amazing work ethic, which you're going to hear about during the show. He's just. He's a supernova of creativity and the final season of criminal minds is on CBS fifteen seasons and anyway, Matthews a sweet guy, and I'm just I'm proud to be his friend. And this is really this is a love fest episode. So if you're in a grouchy mood and you wanna get cheered up by positively and this is for you. If you're in a grouchy mood, and you want to stay in a grouchy mood, then maybe put this off to later. If you're an grouchy mood, and use one, a hate on people who are in good moods. Then maybe let's do it. So there you go. Those are your options as the ten podcast number one thousand and one with Matthew gray Gubler, or a roll it. Initiating identity protocol. Oh my gosh, met yet. Lydia said said, tell her Hello from. Yeah. We did a really fun Cup. We've actually worked together. She and I if you times, but we did a short film to Johnny Knoxville in Knoxville. Yeah. It was really cool shoes. Just last night. She was like, who's going to be on the podcast. I go this actor named Matthew big. I did is I gotta Kimberley's a cool. She's she's, she's graduations, man. Congratulations. You're you you're answering. It makes me so happy because you in love you the giant Tonton you with a duck. This is an isolated Turkey. I've never seen an oscillated Turkey. What is going on? So he's got it's been basically he has a blue head and an an multicolored plumage. Yeah. I call him a theater Turkey. I definitely at the inter because you'll please go ahead. Now, now, now, let's start this, give me the Landau out of yourself some publicist. No one knows. No one knows that we're talking about. Yes. So he's an awesome awesome. Okay. Okay. Nobody goes so you guys can see us at home but Chris's crying beauty. So touched by this bird's plumage is just so beautiful. We dare not speak his name. Don't say twice you'll he'll show up behind you in a bathroom. He's the Candyman of he's a Candyman. Everyone knows that about the oscillating Turkey. I mean listen. I think you just did at midnight once and you know, it's so sad. I had the best time of my life. You were. Great. Thank you. I was very nervous. I'm I'm a big fan of yours and everyone on the show that night is Whitney, and it was Nick Swartz, and I was so nervous because I hold you, try regard. I got to be on it. We had a blast I talked Nick into wearing a matching turtleneck with us. But then I was so dreaming like every day, I'm going to go back. I'm going to Chris, let me back on. And then when I finally had time in my schedule my age it was like that she was gone. Oh, that's the only those the last time I had fun on TV that every show runs for fifteen seasons. Oh, it's been a while. The am thank you, brother out along. We did that show for four years. And we did six hundred episodes. You're the James Brown of nerds. Have you heard that before I coined that just came to me? Okay. Literally, you don't you do. So what I'm leaving building someone throw like Hans solo case. Yeah. Yeah. That's, that's what that's what it would be. I don't know. Like, yeah. 'cause the what I've been trying to do lately figure out the work life balance, because at a certain point liberal. You do it is life. Right. Is that the thing because I really love what you do. I do. But then, but then I have a great wife. And so it's like, why don't want to want to see my friends, I want to be social? But if your friends, you know, I've done with my life, it trick little trick. I all of my friends, I work with now or I've become friends with or the friends from old days are now working, we're making stuff together. Yes. That's the best way to balance it, and my dad, and my mom. That's nice. But is really nice though. I mean it's, it's it but you, you can get so caught up in work that you just I know nationally just work and then months go by. Oh, I know you're like frozen and carbon ni-. You know, this feeling obviously, like I this whole week, I've been living in this rumble buttercup costume, and I have not like answered a text like I I my mom and dad, I quickly respond. It's like the only two that to look at. But then everyone else I just I don't have it's been. I've been sleeping like three hours a night living out of a suitcase. So I don't have a social life, right? Which is sort of sad and my friends, now as yours do I'm sure as well understand, like, oh, they vanished for a little periods of sure, when they're deep in the mail people, people do like we do kind of have that, there's, there's a very sort of a transient kind of a Harney Charney with the dental plan. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Carney with a dead Coney with nice shoes. Coming, cigarette shoes shoes. I mean, the shoes are actually these issues are very fancy there. Oh my God. Walking Dead or. He's bringing leopards leopard print platform shoes. You guys can't see Joe you're in very cool, Tennessee, the dead goldfish in there floating nineteen to go to shoes. But you're Instagram's have been really your Instagram's always really sweet but especially just going around. And how happy. Oh, it's such a great joy to have this to get to write this book and everything. But to get to like reading at elementary schools. I went into elementary school yesterday in Morongo past itself Pasadena the entire the two hundred seat. Auditorium was filled with kids at handmade bananas out of construction paper and wearing them on their heads in one of them. My character has a floating eyeball where the kids had an eyeball floating off of her head made with construction paper and a pipe cleaner. That's pretty sweet so sweet. That's pretty sweet. I mean you do a lot of things. But you do a lot of things really, really know your painting is amazing Anki, brother. It's amazing. Thank you very much. And I don't know. There's just like you're just one of those guys that like you just you just do your good at a lot of stuff. And so then the question is, how do you know what to focus on? Do you just sort of focus on, whatever you're inspired by daily at the same question for you? 'cause you you're, you're amazing and everything you renaissance man. And I don't know. It's funny. Whenever I'm doing anything. I just I don't know how to not give one hundred ten percent. Which is sometimes a bath. Like I break my knees I broke my knee dancing in a movie. One time I like to give it my all and the channels, I wanna try everything I'm going to do everything. I you know, I got I my focus most of my life was being a magician. We don't his younger, which then translated into being a filmmaker, which was sort of the ultimate magic, and then that led me down a path to becoming an actor, which I really enjoy and doing all these paintings downtime, onset. So I would start to, like make drawings and paintings. And I kind of just trying to follow never tried to pinpoint myself into any one box, but more of a radius circular radius that I can hopefully operate in and just try to do whatever and the day feels great. It'd make something new every day. That's good because I also really enjoy the depressed. Amblin. Fun signings and everything. And whenever someone rid of nice hugs mentions. Depress Jonathan it's like there was one that guilty. You rather you, you were talking about something, and then use the near like, I'm gonna go to sleep and Iser ivory yadda. Sorted mouth snoring by puck and laugh so hard. Other. I mean I'm so I'm thank you. That means you're a comedic genius, and, like, no, I depress Jonathan ever get a little blue. When you're doing a podcast with a guy really admire, and then you real highs you drink too much water. You got to go to the path yet, dude. I'm so flattered even know D d DJ is John is DJ purely a comedic entity because to me, it feels like there's, there's also something like an authentic piece of him is just like, you know, Matthew just he just wants to reach out to people in a way and Mike. Earl thank you. That's it. You know, I everyone gets a little blue. Do sometimes and my hope with everything I do. And is to, you know if you can smile at something like my hope my sincere hope is that on my deathbed. I'm laughing so hard that I Don. And so whenever someone's like oh, I'm depressed or something. My I think looking for those rays of optimism is the most important thing and something I hope to do in all of the things I make whether it's an actor writer director, and with, with depressed, Jonathan was just hopefully, making people who feel I targeted at holidays, because I know that holidays, I love holidays, a big fan of any reason to celebrate. But I know that it's also sometimes people can kind of bummed out during the holidays. So I thought about creating a character like after each holiday, including Arbor day Memorial Day post something about why why it was sad. But why he made the most of it? Whether it was being born in a bucket, on three months street. Or whether it was, you know, waking up in a garbage trash can on Valentine's Day, and just hopefully making people that didn't have a good Valentine's Day. No that depressed Jonathan didn't. And he's still smiling, even though he can't blink. Also, I didn't realize I never blinked in those, I think I'm a method actor I posted like ten of them before someone's like you go with sixty five seconds without, and I didn't know I just the character never thought to. Link, and now I'm permanently blind. I can't see anymore. I can't I can't legally drive but it's worth. It was worth it, because the videos are great dude, Chris, that's the sweetest thing and was ever said. I mean, it's, you know this I what I enjoy about your Instagram feet is that I feel like you used social media in the best way to make people happy into, you know, it's like it's just very it's really joyful like there's a relentless optimism behind him, which I think is very antithetical to what is, you know, seems to be very popular. So it's just like, oh, yes, need a break from all the other stuff. Well your yours provides that as well. I love everything you post. My dream has always been like there's always these like 'paparazzi magazines about this celebrity didn't hug as kid goodbye school. I want you to start the the magazine. It's like, hey this guy. Let an old lady cut in front of them in line. Did you know that? Yeah. This celebrity couples been married for twenty five years or happy. They are enjoying a nice friendly down Jenner with their family to talk about their day. Here they are talking about feeling what are we going to call a magazine what you want to call it smiled town? It's while to all right? Small town. It is smile tells smile is good. Yes. Well tells good smell good or like a super in touch super l l like that hug just hug hug magazine. Hug. Magazine. That's really nice yet stars. They're just like us day they happily in love your so your Instagram brings me such joy. You're so mad Lii in love with ladies that she's this. How do you how do I find? How do I can? How did I find your a ball? Tell you how I know you're asking you are a Ray of sunshine wrapped. Thank you know, withered body. You're like a carriage. That was cut out of saved by the bell. Years old. Big innocence to you that I have not seen, and I've met Haley, Joel Osmond. You have. Yes. Well he is his. I've met him to really. Nice. Very sweet. To unite you know lids is. I mean, the fact that we have the exact same, we like the exact same stuff. I mean we diverge a little bit. There are some there are some prefers Halloween to, to Halloween one but you see the actually seasons that. Yeah. You know, like our arguments are things like. She thinks the movie wolf was a good movie, and I'm like talk with Jack Nicholson Yatom liquids. It was it just doesn't work on a lot of level like that. She's like, no, I think it's really good. And I'm like you're younger than I am. You saw when you were younger, you probably have degree impact your way back then. But she like one of the horrible be props. She has done. Stairs, is Jack Nicholson's face cat like like I'm wolf. Yeah. Oh, let's be because because she thinks it's a masterpiece to each their own. But then, but then a lot of other things we happen to agree on. She loves bash versus we love. Army of darkness versus over evil than one deal that to which is your preference. Well, I you know, the, the argument for evil dead, one eight by by five nineteen year olds and they were literally like camping to protect all of their year while they were shooting in the Morris. And so I think there there are merits to both. I love the idea that a second, one was, like, okay now that we have money when you're gonna make it funnier slapsticky. But so I think. I honestly think there are pros and cons to both you and you work, dude. Not to not to jump in you work with rob zombie which I'm very curious about did. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I've never met him but yeah, I can imagine his casting a spectacular. Yes. She always finds the, the nuggets the gems the people that can't be replicated and puts them in his movies. And I really applaud, and he is also an insanely good artists in everything I like his music, I like his hair and he has a good. He's a lagoon at his house. I think you guys would really would really like each other on. He we became friends when I was working at MTV, I met, rob this is really dated at you were at MTV was Jesse VJ. He might have D member Jesse. I remember just happen him. I love that guy. I don't know. He had won the J con-. Yeah. I thought so. The years where for that Jesse. Man. I was I had just started working MTV in late nineteen ninety four and nineteen ninety-five. I did. I was doing correspondent stuff at the video music awards, hosted by Dennis Miller doll. Yeah. Dated and rob was there with white zombie. And, you know, like I just expected him to be this, like, folk and rockstar and then ended up we so so we swim honcho we were laughing so hard to sort of making fun of everything. And we just became friends like right then, and there are no holidays. I'm sure your experience been the same the people that are mired in the world of like I love or movies, those people, everyone always thinks for like the must be scary and crazy. They're always the sweetest nice house Cooper. Exactly Ozzy Osbourne guy Jeffrey Dahmer, not so nice. Not so nice. But a great makes great Meatloaf. He doesn't make films, but no, it's always the case, and I love that immagination. It's anyone with imagination. And I think to be in the horror world. You've got to have a little sense of childlike, wonder, well, and when the whole world, it's because most horror films are not huge blockbusters. And so most horror films that are made out out of love and care and passion, and by people who truly loved the John and, and so, you know, it's like their, their egos, don't necessarily have a chance to play into it because there was no money to make a movie. Then they have to think outside the box to create the scare so what's your favorite horror movie. Oh, god. I know top you. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I mean I mean, I'm always going to be a fan of phantasm because it was the first movie that I saw when I was when I was a little kid. God, how old were you when you saw it like eight I? Like six or seven. I saw it on like my parents were out for Halloween Halloween night was on. It was on HBO and my had a babysitter and. Yeah, it was fucking terrified, like I had nightmares about that. The tall man to fly the man and the flying wall and the mausoleum, that whole, like just that stark Muslim feel. And so, yeah, I'm a big fan of that. I mean you know, but then I, then you've got to throw in stuff like Shaun of the dead, like, you know, like you have to, you know, zombie. Land was great like our comedy. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Horror horror. I don't know. There's like every Korean horror is different than Japanese holding British war, which is now. Interrupted movie. I view I I'm going to know I want to I want to take my shirt off right now. All. Strong. I'm gonna share my muscles. Like I've been offered the chance to direct a horror movie, but I haven't written it yet. So I don't know what you're right. Right. It was someone if you know what writing is you might have you might suffer from I have I love to make everything. And sometimes when you're doing everything, and you have a lot of cool opportunities. You don't have that, like six months to be alone. Writings, very solitary thing. Why don't you take six months off? I think you make a great low, you know, get a get a collaborator because what's fun about writing with people. Is it makes you accountable? Yeah. And I just I like the collaborate experience because, you know, I'd like to do what comedians do which is when they get around each other. They just one up there Jones. And so it's sort of fun to try to impress try to the fucking around is fun. I feel like the going going somewhere and being isolated cabin. And just like writing writing writing writing writing. I just feel like. Feeling depressed do when you're writing a horror movie all alone. Go to he brought up him. Bucket. Someone a little barrel. Ooh. Badgered I make a compost, heap. But what do I do to make do with my life? It's all going to go. It's all going to go to ship us bucket. I think the press Jonathan is that is that voice in all of us. He said a little just makes you go like you could go to the potty Bhutto's kinda wanna talk to you. Little little piece that needs the hug, so, yeah, I do. I do wanna make a horror movie and bloom houses offered me the opportunity to do that. And they're gorgeous. I just have to do. I have to sit to do it. We fun. I'm excited to see what your take on. It would be. I love gonna know, rob zombie is also an incredible horror fan. So anyone that is a horror fan watching his movies is like so much fun. But I got you I'd be interested to see what you did with. I would be because it's, it's so it's so easy to it's so easy to fall into tropes in horror and shortcuts, there's so many like shortcut. If somebody's story short shortcut. So it's like you want it to be different, but you but it's not, you know, it's like it's very rare Jordan Peele, come along and defined what? He's amazing. You see it follows you have court. I thought that was a real nice bend on everything. I was very impressed by that film stars modern Horrigan. It was it was it definitely. It's beautifully shot and the soundtrack soundtrack, and the concept was great. And sue. Creepy and weird simple. That's the trick with everything. I mean from John cart from Halloween in nineteen seventy eight anything, this simplicity of it. I think there has been a trend lately of what we what I call arty horror. Yeah. Where each ones would you fall you put in that category? I don't want to say because I don't want to sound like I'm shitting copy that, but it's, but it's movies that were just like, really drag out the story. And I think the intent is just is to increase the tension, do you think it's like a little bit of the audition Japanese film, like which works so, well where trying to trick draws you in a trick? She and then all of a sudden, holy smokes act twos insane. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Little baby and that worked. Well, that's what hereditary where it's like an hour of, like, yeah. This is what is this weird family trauma, odd? And all, hey, Nikki last super crazy, but some, but sometimes movies just drag out, and then nothing really happens with the reveal is like no you need. I don't, don't look now than this, the Italian horror film, your biggest. A big responsibility that I feel is a director as an entertainer. You're only and I respect all movies anyone that makes a movie. I love you. And if I don't like it because it's hard to make a movie. But you have a great the only responsibility, you have to the audience is to entertain them. Right. So I, I know I know the respect them to respect them. And you have to give them a reason to get out of the house. Give them a reason to smile, give them a reason to be scared reason, I know what you're saying of criminal minds, redirected, like ten I've done left thirteen. Damn. Yeah, that's a lot. That's crazy. That's like thirteen hour. That's a that's a eight hour movie. Yeah. I mean I studied filmmaking is my first passion after magic and still do magic. I do I do magic. I do not as well. I need to practice it before I start coming in hard. You probably do magic as I just know. But you have you done Penn and teller show? I was one of my first, my first time on stage when I was ten was with Penn, and teller. I was called up from the audience and I, I was I was I was onstage. I threw a dart it landed between two cards pen asked me do you wanna pick the four of diamonds or the Queen of spades? And I said, since you told me to pick the diamonds before the show. And I look out at the audience, and it was completely stone silent. And I'm like that joke didn't land and then Penn lovingly looked down from the nine feet perch that. He's up 'cause he's nine feet tall. And he said, say it again kid the Mike is in my glasses and he leaned down the glasses and the audience the audience laughs that was my first experience on stage. But I love Penn and teller. I'm obsessed with them apparently Taylor. And Harry Anderson are my favorite Maju. Oh, and Harry, yeah. We lost hair is one of the greatest in his early stuff on us and L been the conman things. He's such a special unique talent. They don't do that. NFL any wherever they used to house, the old days. Yeah. Joel hodgson. Like so many companies used to come on and do sets. And then they say that he killed that I wish bring that bash. You bring that back now that it's kind of gone to a big cycle. That'd be fun to go back to its roots discovering. Like there's not a there's not a lot of discovery platforms for comedians on television. Andy Kaufman was that's where his mighty mouse stuff was writing. You got voted off. Yeah. So directing is something that you, you've done a lot of criminal mind. And then, but when, when are you going to start have you done a movie, I. So right now, I've been on criminal minds for fifteen years, so right out of film school. I was very fortunate to like I worked for a director as an intern who then put me in a movie kind of a joke playing an intern. And then that led to me my directing agents saying, like, well, you were in a movie you, you're gonna actor. I'm like, in a buddy even though sure thing on this. Yeah. And then he's like trello for the TV show criminal minds, and I've been on lunch fifteen years. So I and again I give everything hundred ten percent. So it shoots. Ten eleven months out of the year. So I only have one month hiatus is where I try to do some fun, indie films and things or make books like this. But now that the show is over in exactly three weeks. I'm writing co writing directing and acting in a feature which I'm really somebody got criminal ends is done. It's done. Yeah, we're, we're filming our last episode our last day, may tenth of that's weird. I know. It's kind of nuts. I mean it's weird. It was weird for me to finish at midnight after four years ago. My god. But fifteen years is also the crime drama schedule is such that it's like so different from, like love my friends are on three camera comedies. We film, it's twelve hour days, every day fifteen years. So I'm going to, like, I don't know what to do with all the free time. You'll you'll make stuff you'll feel great of energy. And where does your we're we're what is the core? Like if we could ring you out into a test tube in manufacturing away, I was born born in a test you go back in the test liquid optimism to fuel hug magazine. What where where does where does where does this relentless optimism? Come from. Is it is it innately or you or is it a is it like nice shoes this, I chose this nice from an insane? Dirk news. Totally kidding. I don't know where I honestly identify the characters identify moten most with in my life is every Disney, Princess and Larry David so somewhere between those two I, I think I've wonderfully supportive parents, I was very odd growing up. And I kind of knew from an early age, that I was like a different and not like the people that would kick me in the stomach every day at school. But from that I kind of I was very taught me early on not really worry about what people were thinking, and I've always felt really encouraged by my parents and families who laughed at all my jokes. And I just always I don't know. I feel like if you get if you can choose between smiling or frowning you should always make someone smile. And that's my only hope with everything. I do is to make a laugh. I think it's the most holy thing not to be all crazy. But like the sound of laughter is you can't even it translates to every country. And it's also people falling downstairs is very fun. Some of the whole downstairs. There's no subtitle, you need. There's no movie poster you to pitch it. It's just inherently funny. You think that's something that connects everybody. And that's what I strive for in every moment of my life. Even when I'm alone, I'm like, hilariously laughing to myself, I should be locked up is what I'm getting at can you can you give me to bell? No, honestly, like, whatever, whatever happy virus, you have I wish we could release it. It's hepatitis, C you, I'm Joe. Comedy. Comedy. We gotta rename this disease. I mean listen, if there was like the opposite of zombie virus, which like to make that your horror movie. If the giggles everyone get everyone starts to just to laugh so hard to take it. I take it and run with it brother out of it. I don't believe this operating ideas. Yeah, it's everybody's Pakalitha. He was a comedian or uniquely suited to make this movie. I'm serious run with that, brother honored. I'm going to I'm going to go in and pitch it it's a happiness apocalypse. Get the fuck out of my mom's Llamas. Like out out out. Because you're, you're trying to come up with a bitch that makes the so concise and make sense where it's like you know, because they did the purge series. And it's like, Yep. You work when I attract there, oh, one night, I'll crime is legal for twelve hours. Really one family is like trying to deal with that. Oh, god. That's fucking great. But I don't know what that one pitches, except maybe it is the happiness of yo with it, man. I'm excited in front of movie do and talented why Brigitte them and what's up your soothing stand up all the time. You never stop working would know. You saw Lydia. Thankfully, just like. Oh, good. Every my love I will it will be home so nice. She is all right. Cool. She is home. So you'll get here before we leave. But yeah, I do stay I'm doing up on I do stand up when you start doing stand up the first time I did. It was in college in go to school UCLA I was denied from there. What was the next everywhere? It's all good. It's all cool things worked out. Yeah. It's okay. You to criminal minds university. You're in that you have do you have tenure criminal ends? Yeah, the first time I did it was in like nineteen ninety one or two UCLA. And then I didn't really do it again. I started doing a full time in one thousand nine hundred eight so now it's been twenty. What's your favorite thing to do? Like if you could pick one. I know you do a lot. Like, is it like being on stage of the Mike stand up stand up? It's probably it because you like everything is satisfied. And I'm curious to know your answer about this is every creative thing satisfying in a different way drawing. His fun. Hosting shows is fun, hosting different shows as fun in different ways improv is fund stand up is like it's the purest form of who I am connecting to an audience in real time and it doesn't rely on any one or anything else other than just meetings. So, so lately, I've been I've been experimenting with, with writing and playing songs on stage. So I just. I've been taking piano lessons, but I also just enrolled in an extension. Course at Berkley school of music died, too. I was denied from all your schools that you go to. I'm not even kidding. Sorry. Anyone can take an extension course now I'm wearing you don't have to be okay? I'll get they somehow deny me w what I don't know it just like library trend. But yeah, because I just wanna learn now that I'm playing guitar on stage, which is a very scary thing, which is why force myself to do it now. I really wanna learn skills and chip, so, yeah, it's all fun. It's all fun in different ways. You know. So what is it for you? Like what is your? What is the core of your favorite thing? It's so it's kind of whatever I'm doing in the moment. Someone recently knows very well was like, I think this kid's book is the ultimate form of your expression, because it's painting. It's a little bit of humor and story. It's optimism which I take a great compliment. And the most satisfying thing that's ever happened to me when I was making this book and even come out yet, it's only been out for six days, but this school on Instagram for, for mentally handicapped adults was doing, like a twelve days of rumble art exhibit, where every about on your, and it was the honestly, I love, you know, every day feels good about my life. But like that was the most heart touching thing that's ever. It was like the people that understood. Would the reason I wrote the book was to make people feel welcomed and the fact that the school was affect it was touched by it. I got to be a small part of their inspiration for that week or twelve days was like the it was the best thing in the world. It felt like this the high from making someone laugh times a thousand. And that's I also. Yeah. Because, you know, when people are when people get pushed, I've talked about this before. But when people get pushed around in grade school, or they feel a lot of people feel. Yeah. Yeah. Exiled not part of the group or whatever. And some people take that to a negative place in the express that excel Janeiro art, and I have always wanted to do the opposite, which is never want anyone to feel brother inclusive, and I want people to feel welcome. And that's all that can be a tricky thing with comedy at self began company does draw boundaries sometime because. Yeah, there does there. It's like there is kind of an us and them to kind of comedy. So. Figuring out how to not be that. Nobody you nail it. And that's one of the big fan of yours. You and I feel like we share us a similar cuddly feeling. You to me, the most subversive comedy. That's my, my first love is comedy. But the most verse type is that which can make like my grandma laughing and my nephew with the same job that to me is actually very, you know, it's obviously easy to come out there and be very specific and make oh, everyone that's from twenty to thirty and kind of pretentious will love this joke. Right. But if you can make everybody laugh, which you do all the time with everything you do. I think that's the biggest compliment. Well, I actually think, you know, for the longest time, like super cynical comedy was subversive at, I think, because so much of our culture has become cynical that I think the new subversive comedy is like, kind of positive checkout. Mitch Hedberg just popped into my head of his jokes. Those are funny for everybody has a genius. Absolutely was and so sad that he had so many personal struggles that it again. This community is so important. Yup. And. In. I just my, my hope, especially with, with comedians is that they inasmuch as they are trying to create communities and express things that they do take the time to take care of their own stuff. Because if you're scooping out. Yeah. Time you may forget to hear of yourself, which is which is important, but it doesn't sound like you have many of those issues it sounds like you have you have a good. Oh good, solid. I like to think I thank you, brother. What did you do when you get bummed out? I do. Depress Jonathan videos. Getting you make argue I I try to make it into something else. I try to grab that Raya of whatever and shoot it upward your parents, particularly uplifting. Yeah, I have the best parents in the world. My dad is like the funniest man alive. But I didn't know it until I was like twenty eight and he's doing like a bit for the first one. I'll do an impression of him. This is like I can call my siblings, and they think it's my dad on the phone. Hey, Chris, this is John just talking to Mary. It's a heck of a house like it. I think it's a character. Yeah. But they were just, you know, again, wonderfully supportive, and always, my mom's been with me on this rumpled tour like every stop of the way and my dad came to the one he literally drove in that day from Las Vegas to LA stayed for two hours and then got back in the car and drove back to Las Vegas to gun. Right. You're from Vegas from Las Vegas born and raised. That's amazing. That's probably there's neon in my blood is all my friends in Vegas, especially that are entertainers. Now, I think there's that weird. Whether or not it's healthy or not. There's a, there's a phosphorus glow out of our because I know the Vegas that, you know, the Vegas that most people think of. Yeah, yeah. The Dan Tanna Vegas. I like that is, is a small representation of what Vegas as whole. It's funny, I never knew this city was different or weird until I moved to New York. And then I was like, well Vegas is kind of weird. Man. I was like, I guess you can't get breakfast like fiber New York to New York, New York hotel, to the third, the third floor of New York, New York hotel, critical place. Shout out to New York, New York a lot bigger. These streets are clean. Yeah. When you went to adversaries surprised there wasn't a rollercoaster. I was looking for choosing the subway to the rollercoaster that the one that goes around the building. Great rollercoaster my way, it's a good one. He really is that one in prim. Oh the biggest in the world. I'm scared of it. I still never done it. Do it. I do live rides. Disneyland we do we go. Yeah, but it but I've never I haven't seen that one that goes around the, the, the border of Nevada that goes around like that big hotel, like whatever it's called Buffalo Bills that that's never seen that operating. So I don't know if it's still operates. Yeah. I'm not sure either, but I'm I love amusement parks. I live for them. I am terrified of roller coasters, I've only been on splash mountain, once up with doesn't even a rollercoaster. Hit me. That's a scary rollercoaster. I know I'm going to do to get over to her. She park in Pennsylvania, which is just all roller coaster, just just go into the tailspin just go all at once. I love that. Yeah. Yeah. You really can push through love roller coasters haunted, houses to, yeah. Yes. What's your favorite house? You mean like as a spook house? Okay. So I ought to mention is probably my favorite. At Disneyland, but as far as like actual haunted, houses, we do Halloween horror nights every year we have fun. We do not scary. Farm is update in the last two years. They really that acid renovation. They don't. And also it's important, you're going through a hundred houses to have separation in the. Yeah. So it's not a conga line. Oh, boo Hoo. Yeah. But they also integrated technology says some of their stuff, so they're like the one walkthrough you get a flashlight and the flashlight has this NFC technology? And so, like it different parts of the house, it like the light flickers it turns into a black light or it does. But I mean in terms of, you know, like. You know, like I'm not like a huge fan of the ones where people can jump out and grab you and fuck with you, either. The, the, the, the summer immersive line wrote will. People. The and real. Yeah. I know. But you want to open after hug magazine takes off our venturing, my hoping one hundred house together. I a story about what you just said, actually, I live, I love haunted house. Yeah. Big fan. I talked my friends into going one hundred houses every year, the first year that those types that you just re started the like, I'm going to mobile parking lot with a syringe like I talked all my friends undergoing me to this. It was called. I forget the name of it, but it was in Manhattan was at sleepnumber. No, I love sleep knowing that I like, but long story short on guys come with me on us, like, okay Google with you and your funny adventure. We get there. There's like two fourteen year old boys. Checking you in a hooded jacket and they're not? I'm like, where's the spooky skeleton decoration and like grinning, pumpkin full us in here? Mojo, and like they pull you sign this waiver. And it's like if you kill me, I'm okay. Well, when I'm Mike McCann. There's no one in line. This thing hasn't taken off yet. This whole trend of light these super super intense on it. We're just literally just getting robbed. Yeah. Exactly. Long story short. I'm like, I'll go it's like. One or two time assholes, and like okay where's like rejects killings, and dude, where's like the clown. You let me and they're like, there's a safety word if you get scared, you say, safety, and I'm like, okay, fifty word is literally cut too long story. Short. I walk in last. Exactly. Nine seconds. I call safety. I'm escorted out ready paid all my money. My friends are like that. I got immediately only lasted nine seconds does things I can't handle the like real life. Like, look on the floor. Stick your hand in the toilet. I like I want to be like ooh. That's more fetishism the haunted. How? Where, you know, again, and they all sort of have different mechanisms of because when, when rob zombie I before he did house without corpses. I went to his haunted house if you're talking about. Yeah. It was great. Yes. Yeah. Very first one that he did was in ninety nine or two thousand. And so I went with him and his brother and Sherry, and we like put on costumes, and like jumped out at people. And his brother, spider got punched in the face by nude people don't like to be scared. But, but that side of it was really fun to be other end to be in the other end of it just be peaking through people. And you're like, you know they, they scream like that bar was fun, too. So, you know, like the walk through on it houses fun. But I but the thing that's great. A good haunted house will really and again, like a low budget horror movie. It's seeing the creativity was actually like magic. He's Naji nation gals. Gals about how do you proudly presented in a way that seems new vote, your imagination because that's the Garni of the horror fan that like the lifelong journey of the horror fan is. I know that, you know, nine like nine out of ten things that I see you're probably going to be okayed. And yet to maybe not great. But if that tenth one that's an or you see ones that have amazing elements. Yeah. This was great. I know you're like me were like even the ones that aren't next level. I still love I'm like all of it all. But those those ten percent that work great. There's a company shout out. It's called. It's in Las Vegas, frequenting brothers. They were the, the best one house in the world. The guy's a genius that created it in a Sunjay JT moments also very cool, Diana, filmmaker, they utilize like old vaudeville. Magic tricks to create the scarce. So you walk into a room trunk on the ground. That's like three two feet tall. A guy will pop out of the trunk because you don't realize you're on a raise platform, walk up to a set of stairs, the stairs, open up and a guy pops out you 'cause there's a mere above it creating the illusion of stairs. There's like all these next level things that are so simple. So inexpensive. But just elegant. That's biggest it's in Las Vegas. They're geniuses. They're like the haiku haiku of haunted houses, just -plicitly elegance, no gore. We're going to go, go to frequently brothers, man. They're the they're honestly. I'm like, I'm not sure. Oh, yes, because listen, I have been talking about because there's zombie burlesque show in Vegas. So we're talking about, like just going to for a weekend going to see Penn. And teller is Joe the reopen for less, and then and then maybe the frequently brothers and then you should go. I would be so on. Yeah. I would I would adore that I take all of October off of whatever I'm doing to just go to different cities. And I always go to Vegas for a week and you would love I'm telling you right now, you'll love this. Okay. We'll so special. We'll so special. Guys, it make it, it's really loves escape rooms that I'd be too. I just got into those those are great man escape rooms, but I do, but there is a small part of me. That's like you want to make sure that this is a real escape route. Or is this? Are we just getting locked in all? Yeah, exactly. Come on, in, Chris hardly escape room. It's the back of this. Did you see talking fuck you just leave? Did you seem to Nathan for you with haunted houses? No. I don't wanna ruin it. But it's hilarious. It's a great bit where I'm not going to try to tell it, but I wanna I want to figure out. So now the criminal minds is engine. Yeah. And now you're going to do this movie. Yeah. Which you can or can't talk about, you know, the minute, I'm like the I'll talk about it the next time we meet upgrade. Yeah. Is it a big thing? You're excited. I'm beyond excited. Okay. And it's, it's a it's again it's like a comedy. I don't know. I love I love all those indie films from the nineties. So hopefully, it's in the vein of those hopefully, undefinable something that's funny and kind of touching sort of, I don't know because I feel like you probably have a lot of options like you have to be like you're going to have a lot, if you probably already have a lot of options, and so it's how are you picking and sorting through like what to do quit? Thank you for asking. All I've played this very serious character for fifteen. Years, which is the exact opposite of me of going forward. I love acting. I love directing I love making stuff. I just want to only focus acting wise on, like anything comedy related or anything. A friend of mine is making like if you stay alive long enough, you probably experienced this. I realized like all my friends from film school are now like accomplishes, or they're all getting hall. I'm like, oh my gosh. My buddies are like making the new Spiderman movies, he man movie like fun, indie film. So anything to work with my friends. Anything to do comedy as far as an actor goes. And then directing, you know, comedy, I love horror movies. I hope to just make things that haven't been done before. I think eight twenty four is a company that's doing like spectacular projects and I have a new book. I just wrote over Christmas hiatus kids a book. I don't I like to call my book a kids book, because I actually wrote it for me as a book that I wanted to read and happen to have pictures, but making more of that painting I want to do like, you know, everything is gonna stop and then as is rumpled going to become like an animated like he's yeah. Absolutely. Rather his voice his voice. It's very funny because it's actually kinda similar to a friend of ours. It's a little bit. Like I said the audible tape for it. It's, it's, it's, it's scared. Now. I'm scared to do it. I'll do it for you later. It takes a little bit, too. We've talked with the comedy stylings of rubble buttercup. I, I can't. I'm planning things. I'd be a little bit of, and that's exactly what rumpole would do this is he would he would go on stage and like tank, and then walk off with financing the character version. This is the character version of like when you're trying to at a trough where you're like I just can't I go by. I really want to try it similar. He's very similar to depress Jonathan like that's a little bit of the same world of him. But he's, he's been living in a sewer for many years. So it was voices. A little raspy insurance, Kenneth Oxmoor, in a whisper. You do a lot of voiceover, by the way, I did do a lot of you love it. I do. But I had always I did I worked at Nickelodeon for, like thirteen or fourteen years. Do you one hundred and five of one hundred and five years? You do this. I you know, like I from L to hide where my blood should be and. But I had this thing where I kept playing characters that were really loud. And so. It, it was like, wrecking my voice, you know, like just wrecking because it was always fun to get the job with, like, really loud. Yeah. And then you realize when you're doing a four hour session, where it's like, okay. Now he screams again. You're like I can't you would leave and my fucking whole head would be my Vilbert. Godfried looks the way he does. I love him. Can't turn it on. Turn it on tat, I can't an so I haven't done as much voice over lately. But I still do like video games, occasionally or something, something, something comes along. But it's to be onto to be put on a show where you have to do it every week. And it was like, yeah, it was only my voice, but it boys will respond. You must do voice, I do a lot of to. Yeah. I love it. I love it. All so fun. Well, then are you going to create a show? I'm gonna create a show with rump. All I've got another idea for an animated. I've got a lot of ideas. It's all again, that tantric question earlier, the way I pick them. I don't know. And I should probably be more diligent or something. I just I kind of go with whatever my funny, bone says in the morning to do I, I, I want to focus on this feature that I'm directing and then yeah, I'm going to do something with rumble. Are you going to be in the future that actually? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Have you directed? You've kind of their cellphone criminal. I started when I, I you know, I when I was studying directly, I never in a million years with a cast myself, but then I learned through criminal Ma with you being forced to also act in the criminal minds episodes, that I direct that I'm a control freak. And that's why I love making this book. I literally hand wrote every page of it, including the barcodes. But with directing myself on, like, oh, I don't have control if I'm not looking at the monitor, then I learned the most secret thing ever, which is when you're directing and acting at the same time you can actually like live, manipulate everything. So you're directing from within the frame. It's like your water colorist and to me that actually gives us a better view and a better sense of control to crafting it. So it's route that one of you, I I'm going to be in the first one. And then I would love to do movies, I think, if I ever do a horror movie, I wouldn't be in that because that's so dependent on tone and on silence and things that suspense, which you can't gauge inside the when you're living in the frame to kind of observe the frame, yet is going to register just like directing yourself where you're like, and you won't get away with this. Got they got it like you're the guy's a shining. You're like you're like an Q the blood down the hallway and. Okay. I mean, if the blood okay perfect murder perfect perfect. Okay. You haven't got a little blue and you're like when Kubrick's like take tool hundred and forty four and you're like I got blood in the bottom of my. Doc, and now my aqua my aqua. Sacks Allred stain wait, by the way, this is a great comedy characters like the guy doing standup, who has really specific base, he ever given notice how when Kubrick makes you do. Two hundred and forty days. Like I just wanted to have blue cheese. I give notice when coporate wakes you look, you died in the snow and you gotta sit there and they've put them moving and the snot you like I wanna look good. In case they Shelly, Shelly stand up devolves there. Actually, the only one in the audience, laughing, everyone else is just like, whoa, bro. That is the character of Jack. Torrance doing stand up in the overlook hotel at the end. We smiling nineteen what a great movie that it's a good movie hated when it came everyone everyone, reviled it when if that's a word it was knocked. You wanna Razzie for worst picture. No one got it. Did you know this, by the way read? I think Ebert said, I just thought heating hated it king do not care for it. But I know that it was I always think of that because everything I love is pretty much critically despise. So I always look at that, and I'm like, you know, and that's why I've never made anything for anyone other than the people that wanna see which is just me and my mom and, and I love that movie I can't speak highly enough of the shining. Well, but it also sometimes sometimes people just aren't ready for something. Yeah. When you doing something very unique like people are like, well that's a change in pace. We don't know about that. What do we say? Let's, let's call Jack Jack's performance over the top. I call it brilliant, personally, but they said he won a Razzie for worst actor crab, man. And then it's funny is not to diss not to be specific. I feel bad saying this, but the same person that said it was the worst movie of the year. Roger Ebert, then ten years later said it was one of the best horror, he's talking to ever acknowledge didn't you? Bad talking about anyone that's passed away to fill. But it's but it but he did. He did those so I just I, I don't know. I'm not a fan of like I love the people and I love the fans and I hope to only make things for them. So I sent him to get a little bent out of shape when I hear people, especially, like I don't know. I'm going on tangents stop me if nobody. So it's so easy to be it's so easy to be negative in its. You try making something like I don't I don't believe in. No, I I just I can't be just be happy and make things. Does a really hard to get all those shots in the snow? Good job, bro. Yeah. Like even the movie, I liked the least, I still think, is a is impressive today like being able to cut together, anything is hard. Yeah. It's hard to get people to show up it's horrible. Gosh is working against you. And that's why to me, the most beautiful medium is film, making because it's a merger of every single thing to be visual list, you've done or stand communication, you've done stand lighting you'd understand music. And if you can get that all in concert, you can have a masterpiece, but it's very hard to do that. It is because everyone has to be on the same page, and everyone has to bring in the same level of enthusiasm have the same in the same realm of vision have like work well together have a good. Do you is? It is a director, captain, like hooting. How what do you see is director, the great to me in my style of directing? I'm very meticulous in everything I do. And it's, it's, it's part of it's like my superpower, and sometimes my own handicap, but with. Erecting. I think the director's job is to know how to do a lot of things. And then to hopefully inspire people my dream, and I'm directing, I just wanna make everybody that got into the business. Remember why they got into it and remember the pure joy of being in their backyard with a camera making something not for money not for credits. But because they fucking love it. And if I can do that. I've done my job. And I also I happen to I'm very specific about costumes set design sound design edited actually visited about everything is realize everything except for sound recording. I like to have a hand in again. I, I know the camera very well. I feel very, very I've no training and anything artistic as far as, like acting or painting, or the things that I do, but with filmmaking, I have insane like obsession. So I do know the technique of that. And that's something that I do have a very great confidence in from a technical standpoint. So I just feel like the, the main thing is speaking, the vernacular of every department, in the language that they understand. So. With costuming. It's knowing a bit about, you know, not knowing about quarter ROY to be able to communicate with them, but then not needing to actually, so every stitch, and that's where I kind of get mired in details, especially criminal minds where like I try to hand make everything's I want to have a personal feeling on a TV show. It's made an eight days like I always almost die, making it because I'm like, hand painting, the pictures that the killer made or I'm like hand, making the marionette puppet that Brad door of his manipulating, and I just want everything have a very personal handmade unique feel. That's incredible. Thanks, man. Yeah. I mean it's no one else is doing. No. I know I know I've been my thank you. I care so much. And I love so much. And I just want everybody to go home, like, you know, tired from joy and tired from knowing they did a great job. Get tired from joy. Yeah. And then my favorite Beth Ealing get hug. Puck magazine. Get tired from George. Yeah. It's just like just pictures of like oriented Grundy. It's a Muffin and it's slightly better than she expected like just fun, things like that. Talk magazine. We gotta do it. Man. I'm excited for that. What advice do you have two people to explore? Because obviously, if you're an optimist there are a lot of people were like book you who do you think you are because they want to destroy your joy, because a lot of the World Social media, joy, vampire yet. And so what, how do you what, what advice, would you give to people who want to explore relentless optimism here here, here's something I discovered today that I love to do. I've been on a seven day nonstop rumble tour rubbing living in this insane costume, and whenever I, I've been doing I did like fifteen talk shows today. Maybe my favorite thing to do in the world is to walk into a big room of people that are at their computers. It's nine AM on a Monday. I try to find the one person that kind of looks like they're not having a good day. Maybe they've never had a good day and are kind of frowning, and I make it, my point if I can make that one person laugh or smile. I'm like, yes that to me because it's when you're wearing a seven foot tall lizard costume. It's very easy to make some people got. Rules. But like I want to find that guy like I'm going to find the guy amid a I don't want to shout names. But Marcel from e I love you, brother. We had a great moment really on a lot of laughs. I like my, my, my, my advice would be find the one person that needs it the most and make them smile. And that's a funny thing. I think that's when comedy is the most important like it's easy and fun to make someone laugh at a good time. But when it's most needed when its most holy as when the person really needs it. I think he's again. I hope my funeral. I hope people are laughing so hard, that some people die at my laughing. Huck magazine, pope bounder everyone's dead at hug magazine a gasoline newsflash, the founders dead, but it was really funny. Funny time really buddy but see that that's interesting because advice. Because basically that's not. Something that I hear very often because usually the advice is like, oh, you got to find your joy and you gotta do this, and you've got to meditate your, but your advice is actually get outside, yourself and do something for someone else. That's and that's the best and that's the hardest audience to. And that's we really challenge yourself. If you can make the one person that doesn't want to be there wanna be there. That's cool to me that is that is not that I've ever done it probably. But I try but you never did stand up. I would. That's my first joy. And a lot of ways, I realize I've just been doing a nonstop standup accent. Seventy three but I would love that. And that is another passion of mine that I hope to pursue, but it's also funny, maybe you can relate to this. Like I kind of would love for that luxury of being able to, you know, it's weird. When you've been on TV show for fifteen years to go into stand up like maybe some people in the audience are going to laugh, just because they see me for fifteen years on TV. Maybe it's just it's finding out if I do it, I'm going to find a unique unique way to break into it with respect. I mean, it's it is just one of those things that you would just. To start respect to the art form, not respect to anybody. That's something people would come see you. But I want to make sure that it's I wanna make sure that it's not like free laughs from the guy that's been on NCIS LA, which is what not what I'm on. But let me give you a just a little hint about the that the recognition card. Yeah. Yes. You maybe five minutes. Okay. So you might get a couple of minutes of free laps. Yeah, but you can't it's with anything. Exactly. It's the having the back, but at certain point if like the jokes are bad or it's not working, or they're not connecting with it, then they're not gonna let you don't have to worry that St. minutes or forty forty five minutes that you're just going to get laughs like certain points. They'll be like, yes, we know who you are at get your hair. What is it about now? What, what have you done for me in the last two minutes? Exactly. Exactly. Just feel like I need to get a picture of what's sitting, please do so people go, go. I dislike his head like, just that's not a magaz-. Page six. Right. You put yourself on my. That's the cover every week, you and I are on the cover hugging magazine. Cover us how I know you notice that. Gosh, you are living a dream. That's a great photo. Anyone whose wife will dress up as malefic sent is. Yeah. Well, we took our friend Tyler shields took some pictures of us, and he goes, do you have any costumes, and I'm like? Batman costume, and he was like, put it on. And so I put on sixties Batman and then we took pictures who's your favorite Batman, who that is a I mean who's your favorite joker? Well curious about this answer. No, I listen. I know I know I know what you're going to say. Here's you're going to say can I predict? Yes, that's correct me. If you're gonna say, Mark Hamill, whoa joker. Yes. Yes. For me. It's Jack Nicholson, okay? Love his job. I actually I think Jack Nicholson's joker is upon. Yeah. I mean, I kind of think so first of all, I think Adam west, I'm with you there. A home again. I'm michael. I mean, if we're talking about serious, Batman than it might be like, Kevin Conroy. I've a story. You said it, right? No. My eyes got wide, because I have a story that you'll appreciate because it involves Comecon and Kevin Conroy, okay? Did the one thing you never do it? Comecon by accident. Very nervous, comma comic five years ago. I I've always the Riddler and one of the one of the movie, one of the Batman movies. I'm in this long line we're signing the posters as if you've done many times. I'm sure and I'm very nervous. I'm with all these people, I respect you know, we got the got Kevin right next to me. And I'm seeing this long line of fans and I've done things like this before for criminal minds and whatnot. And every time that Adam so nervous, the posters are sliding down the line of the assembly line of actress signing, and I'm towards the end with Kevin. And I'm right before Kevin. And every time I signed it, I see this weird thing I've not seen on many fans faces which is like the minute I hand in the poster. They just look morbidly depressed and they walk away with their head down. And I'm like what about one hundred people in I looked down? And I realized that this entire time, I've been inadvertently signing batmans Ed, and then handing it directly to Kevin, and I was like, holy guacamole Batman, so sorry. Kevin. Kevin. I've been signing I'm like, I don't know if you noticed, but I've been accidentally signing your head, and he looked at me. And he goes, oh, I've noticed. Yeah. Sn don't ever do that to comic. There are so many bad men. Yeah. I and I, I was I was charmed by. Because there were a few Joel Schumacher Batman. I know people do and some apple and what I was doing a panel in your Comecon ahead, full years ago, and George Clooney was in the panel. The first thing I said, was like, hey, man. Sweet Bruce, Wayne Qasr play and. And his response to that was he goes, he looks at the he was like, oh, yeah. By the way, sorry about that. You guys. I'm sorry. And he had this awareness to apologize for his Batman. That was so charming and funny, that it made me like bad. It made me love this is I mean, he was sort of, like happy, go lucky. Snappy batman. Oh, I know. He was like nineteen sixties. He was like a little bit. Like Clark Gable. I'll tell you man. Clark Gable, Batman oven. I say, let's go to the world. I'm really fine. Parents are all killed when I was little, I'm sad about bettering is caught on my utility Bill. Robin, Alfred by ticket seats. Drinks. Yeah. If you could play any superhero, who would it be? It's good. You buy. I wanna be a super villain. I love the villains in when I was a kid. That's all I collected everyone of my action figures the villain. I love they're always the most interesting. And the most visually impressive Riddler is good for you to lose good. I love playing Edward 'nigma for the real fans 'nigma. I love Riddler. I mean, the jokers spectacular the jokers such a great character because it makes no sense. It's a bat and a clown. I love. I love a lot about him. I love. I mean what came Phoenix joker looks pretty cool. It's going to be great. I'm very excited about. It's so it's so interesting to make him an empathetic character. I love sad, cloud, yet is nothing more beautiful than the sad, clown. But just to see like I mean, that's where I think, villains are the most interesting is when you when you see the dimension of hack low, you know that's what made 'em. Yeah. If you will circumstances, if you were put, I'm not saying that you would become a murderer a super villain. But if you were put in, if life started kicking you in the face in a horrible, way, literally, and figuratively, who know like who you could become, you know what superhero would you be? Super hero or super villain. Well, superhero, I mean, I always have when I have a superhero dream, it's always Spiderman. Well, that's cool with organic. Shooters. Yeah, you're Spiderman. But, you know, like I also it'd be great if it was like, well, it'd be great to be Spiderman, but with a little bit of wolverines, healing ability, you know like there. Next couple take a couple of things if you could have your own superpower. What would if you could create your own superpower? Well mine would probably be like magic like it's like I like I always play wizards one, bad magic, like you're doing some flowers out of my sleeve. No. I mean like wizard magic. Oh, gotcha. Yeah, yeah, yeah. But, but define wizard magic like floating or like making turning gold into water bells. Like Harry play wizard wizards whenever I play like RPG's, like I always picked remember hero quest. Yeah. That's a good game. He has a board game in the nineties. That sounds really. Yeah. You'd be earlier it was like it was pretty cool. Man was. I was it was it more like a was it more like a board game version of like the exactly the fast moving. It was like it was like for like ten year olds. Yeah. You Catan said it was Catan though sellers. Can't yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Of course. Yeah. I mean, there's so many board games have come back with such a vengeance now of that, because I think, yeah, reaction to screens man it. Yes. That's exactly right. It's people, it's the innate ability. Yeah. And it'll happen it'll cycle back. I'm really terrified of technology. So I can't wait for the and Ulama swing back towards your terrified as filmmaker that you're. Well, that's the thing I learned, I was very lucky. When I went to school, I was like the last person to learn how to shoot with actual film, like I learned the craft of filmmaking on a boat lacks. Oh, I was like holding. I was cutting on a Steinbeck Steinbeck. Have you pronounce it, it to John Steinbeck? I'm sorry. We say, Johnston, Beckham's y'all seen back in this house. Where's my group's around that? Hello to Mary Steinberg. Yeah. And Mary Steenburgen we love you too. So you learn you learned on the like the classic which to me is so funny because it's like antiquated technology now but then now I love shooting video and of course. But I learned the process of thinking about filmmaking from an analog perspective, which I think, no, one has to now technology just tries to recreate, I it's like, will you could just use. I know I'm mentioning I wanna shoot my film on super sixteen. My. I know I'm doing it man. No. You should see. Buffalo sixty six. Yes. Love that film. Yes. Shot thirty five millimeter reversal. Which is if you under- expose it or over expose it by two stops, you're completely screwed. That's such faith in his DP, which is probably himself, knowing Gallo that I love that film unto masterpiece. Wow. Well, that yeah, that's, that's a whole other level of a balancing act at the same time. Yeah I'm not gonna do that. I'm gonna I'm gonna use the easiest, you know, it's a very rational choice, and it's good. Like, you know, the do plus brothers a creep looks like might have been shot on an iphone and it totally work because it. No. Because it just like it gives them at haunted quality. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. So I don't know. I don't know maybe bounce ideas off one of these points. Dumb that bad is this, okay? Dude. It's all every idea is good. I mean because think about it. If by that same logic. You can you can never go. I was in. I don't want to I was having this conversation with a waitress yesterday that asked me about a bad name for her band, because she had an idea for a band name her bandmates didn't agree. And then I reminded her, this is said, with great respect the name, the Beatles, if you really look at it is sort of a silly name beats Owl's yet. They're pretty seriously. Great so good. Yeah. Sonata but items its own identity can imagine that pitch being not well loved right. Like we're going to ourselves the beat Owl's say, but it's looking like a Beatles. You can try, you can make any idea good Kapito, but then there's music. And then it's just like oh that's terrible. Where do we stand on the Tom Hanks movie about the wonders? I love it. It's great. It's the I forget the name of it now, that thing you do masterpiece measure, record it, by the way, he did. Yeah. The can they, they wanted to call their band. The wonder. Oh, neater, the IRS. Yeah. Tom hangs? A talent. He's going in hug magazine, for sure. I'm hey he'll be on the cover history on the covers I cover for. He's Marilyn Monroe of hug magazine. Tom Hanks standing over a steam, the whole history precisely that's going to be great hug magazine is great anything, anything else, any other joyful things. You wanna talk about. I mean rumpole is available now for anyone who hasn't doesn't know what it is. He basically is a character who is just about accepting who you are, basically, it's an acceptance and loving yourself kind of. He's my hope was to create a one hundred thirty six page hug for anybody who's ever felt different or weird or alone and rump. Eliza sort of lonely monster that finds a lot of friends, good and is that is that Matthew really it is, basically an auto biography. I'm not kidding. I was like, oh my gosh. I finished it. And I'm like this is just my story. That's my story. Complete with banana peel, banana peel and living in a sewer and you where did you get this customer? This is a handmade, one of a kind costume that I designed and made with a someone amazing angel who may or may not even she. She's a, an elf from the North Pole helps me to make it physically wearable. But it's yeah, this is a one of a client, handmade piece. I'm very positive. Thank you. I don't think he's bananas. Detachable detachment Panetta, but spent aspects when we take a picture, I'm going to put an actual, but I'm gonna do. Please. That'd be honored. All right. Matthew, is anything else that I can help you with anything else that I can do for you. I'm gonna give you hugs. We're gonna end up with a hug. You realize this is an actual you could actually hear. So Chris, I'm really I'm flattered that you had me so much fun on near on midnight. And I, I think the world of you, I feel the same and I support your quest to support other people, and your relentless optimism and putting out good positive things. Thank you, brother, in every creative expression, that you have possible. You make people feel good happy. And I see like the people who follow you are rabid. Like you're just like the luckiest game of you're just like edible sunshine. Can I tell you the sweetest thing that happened? I'm going to say this, I was doing been doing these amazing book events for the book and getting to, like, meet people inside signed things. And I didn't realize that the stores were like limiting them and not letting people in but on the on one of the more recent ones, and it's been these. Bragging, which I guess I kind of inherently am. But long story short there was they've, they've all been going until, like one or two in the morning, we pass closing hours. But in the last night, there was like a bunch of people that didn't get in, and they were trying to shut it down. And I, I let we'll let it. But the fan, the fan, one of the people in the audience, a lot of the people were, like, no, Matthew. I, of course, waited for them and got to meet them all. But the person they tried to stop me, the fans themselves were like go home. Not take day four of the tour and they can tell that I look like the end of raiders of the lost ark and the Nazis or melting. No, don't do it just go home and sleep. But that maybe just want to meet them more did. It's, it's I'm so happy to get to entertain just one person would make me happy. But the fact that it's more than one makes me over the moon. You've been listening to hug magazine. This is magic. Thank you for joining us. Joining Huck magazine. Don't forget to give yourself a hug out there. Never forget to help yourself, ever, forget yourself. Give yourself in emotional hug, and be like Matthew and be like Tom Hanks, and be like Chris Hardwick. Thank you, brother. Thank you. Enjoy your hug burritos. I would love, Hungary. You're listening to word salad rip for episode of one. I'm not gonna do it again. Not doing it again. This is the one. We're laughing because I went to record or I go came when a record and all those just heard. You're good. Dickensian chimney sweep. Podcast. I was going to do the thing. Now, you're from new method, Greg Gubler, you didn't think together, he's we'd est I love that guy. You know his whole talk about relentless optimism. I think is. It's a great boy. If you can do it great. Most people aren't necessarily relentlessly optimistic. You might say, well, how do I get to be Elsie optimistic? You it take it takes some effort. You gotta figure out how to see things differently because again, as we say a million times you can't control the world. But you can control how you respond to the world. Wouldn't it be amazing? If you could find an optimistic take on everything right lids. You're good at it. Yeah. How do you do it? That's it. To someone explain that before. But what I was gonna say, is that if you feel like you're having difficulty doing it by yourself. Get a friend like Matthew gray Gubler? You meet an optimistic person and be friends with them, because it will rebuff you will. I mean I even just like recording that podcast with him. I was so much happier by the end of it. And then I listened to when I listen to it again. When I listened to it back, I got super happy, just into like fuck kinda hang out with that guy all the time. I can drain his optimism. And by the late in sell it on Instagram ad but yeah. So in addition to the choices that you make, and how you choose to view the world and how you choose to view the events that, that happened at you. Also look around, or your friends pretty optimistic people or they phone, they downers. I mean, listen, even if all your friends are pretty negative. That's fine. You love 'em. They're your friends. You could probably find an optimistic friend. You know, it's just making little efforts even just little incremental efforts every day. It all adds up. Even doing stuff. That's. I don't know that you can't really explain what you're doing for instance. Although I feel like I'm going to be able to explain this one, but living in Italy. And we were going to head back and it was like you know what? Meaning to go, I've never been to Disneyland Paris. We need to go there. She was like, let's do it. So we are going to we came to Paris just to go to Disneyland. Is that weird? Well, I think it's us. There's a lot of people were like, what of all the things see impairs you're going to go to Disneyland, and I would say, well, technically, I don't think, well, I guess, disneylands in Paris, just outside of Paris, but Disneyland outside of Barras is not a great name for a park. No, I think it's doesn't embarrass. I think they renamed it. Disneyland paris. Well, pretty sure they, I don't, I don't actually. No, I don't think they did. I think they did. I'm pretty sure they did look it up. There was a device that would tell we'll never know we're not even gonna know tomorrow. We're gonna show up tomorrow me like this Paris. Euro Disney going to tell you. Are you looking at up now? Food. Else. What the hell look it up. I'm regarding I can't look it up. People need to know now they're not gonna want to go up with their own phones. They need us to be there Google, so look up Disneyland. Well, I mean, when I Google Euro, Disney Disneyland Paris comes up will is. This is interesting Lewitt will this just delayed Peres says his parasol? Originally. Euro, Disney resort. So we're both. Right. Little, you're not right. If not cool that anymore, but it was old school. Oh, gee, this is you being optimistic. Is this you putting your optimistic on? You're wrong. I just like it, my way. Okay. You know what I respect that I respect that as a choice. Interesting. So be optimistic when you can, you're not going to be able to be all the time, but just a little choices when you can even things that seem not that important. Can you put a positive spin on something and you're not doing this? You can be some kind of a weird. Everything's perfect all the time, but it leased building up the skillset building up the muscle. You know, for when you need it, it's not a bad thing to do. So I don't know. People hasn't about something today. Try it look. Nice news story, put yourself in a positive environment. Go. Look at a puppy. Do something for yourself that kind of makes you feel happy, and then just kinda hold onto that. And then remember that when you need it, and hope you have a really great day. Boy, I'm so excited about this in, in Paris. I was going to say if you had any suggestions, I don't know. And you could you could send your Disneyland Paris suggestions to. Style. I think that this Email is stuff at ID ten dot com. Try that. I'm pretty sure that a work. No, it's not stuff at Ted dot com. Oh, it's what are you looking at ide- ten dot com? So what are you looking? And then at that symbol, ID ten dot com. Why are you? Why are you what are you looking at the weirdest Saturday to approve this pun? 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013. Men in Black II (2002)

SpyHards Podcast

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013. Men in Black II (2002)

"Home hello and welcome to spy Hearts podcast for the next hour your host will go deep undercover into the world of spy movies to decipher Which films make the not list, but phone number this information is strictly for your ears only I imagine s and I'm see the provocateur and cam. We are joined by a very special agent this week off right from the note before coffee podcast. Say hey Ray. Hey Ray that works every time now right as your guests with us this week. So my first suggestion to you is as we're a spy movie podcast. What is your favorite spy movie and don't say Men in Black 2. No, why would I know my favorite thing is a kids movie. I love Kim Possible and not because I grew up on it cuz I'm far too old for that. So Kim Possible so the drama and make of that. What you will it's funny I actually work in a bakery and I have made my fair share of Kim Possible birthday cakes, so you and I can relate there. Well, we're both adults who know who Kim Possible is. That's right. That's a true human connection guys now, right. Can you tell us a bit more about yourself? And obviously the podcast you or hailing from? Okay. Well I come from not before coffee which launched on the 15th of September. So it's really new and it is all about what I do in my life. I'm sure I have had coffee because I drink a lot. I am drinking cup 7 right now and I probably have had more if I had not been in meetings for most of the day off which is not good. So 7 is the restraint number. Yeah or 7 is the restraint number on the weekend. I probably go to about ten. Wow. Wow. Okay. How many do you have on a day? I would consider myself to be a coffee connoisseur. I just had an espresso before this that's number three at the day and I'm done. Well, I have a confession. I've never drank a cup of coffee in my life. What? Yeah, how come how is that possible? I don't like the taste. I've just never been able to drink coffee ever. I don't drink tea either. I have tried to get him to drink coffee before when we've been on holiday together in the past and he just won't touch his stuff. Oh, I I've been drinking coffee since I was so young. I can remember when I have my first cup and my current mug is a half pint. Wow. I don't know. I don't know if it was just me in primary school. I don't know what they call primary schools in Canada, but we did like a little taste testing and like year one where we would taste different flavors to see how we react. I remember tasting coffee and being like What kind of school did you go to? It's a good question. Was this a product testing School? It doesn't sound familiar to me. I can all I can remember from primary school was somebody bought in horse chestnuts from their chestnut tree and we were told don't eat them. They're poisonous. So, of course I had to peel one and start eating it. Yeah, it's a standard kid Behavior I'd say yeah. I was quite sick. I like I remember hating coffee for years and then I got to like a late teenager and got my first job working in a shopping center next to a Starbucks and then I started drinking mochas and before long I was double shot in espressos three times a day smoker the instructor a drug. Yeah. I think I went straight from Having T. All the time to drinking lots of coffee now moving off of caffeine. Yes as part from Kim Possible of course, which is heralded as one of the best song movies of all time. Of course, of course, is there any other sort of spy movies that you fondly think of I've I've watched so many I was trying to think of the ones that I have watched most recently moved and I have say that thing something I watched more recently was you were talking about Hannah in one of your recent episodes and I watched the Alex Rider and Amazon series which was much better than the movie. But not quite as good as the books. And that is I mean, that's a teenage beautiful spy who's taken into the Dark World of it courtesy of his family. So the way that he was brought up and he was prepared for it off and maybe sucked but the T-Series was actually quite dark. And I'd say that's probably quite close to favorite. But obviously there were the earlier James Bonds and I do like the original Casino Royale original original Casino Royale. Yeah. I liked it. David Niven was so Suave and sophisticated as James Bond. I think he had that Elegance about him. He really was a Jetta man's man and that came across in the way that he held himself and that made a really good James Bond for me before we move on. I am a month that you have a little bit of history with the bond series Ray, is that correct? I do indeed my great-uncle was actually an executive producer on dr. No and Goldfinger off. So I stubbed my toe on gold bars, which well fake gold bars obviously, but I did stub my toe on fake gold bars that we use as door stops in my aunt's house. That's incredible. Absolutely incredible. He also worked he worked on quite a few films including including the original school for scoundrels. Okay, he passed on when I was six or eight so don't have massive connections with him because obviously I was very young but there are a lot of tales that I'm now old enough to hear which hopes mm. Wow. I mean that is a big connection to the bond universe and we have just recorded a doctor no episode a few weeks back now, but hopefully we can get you back for Goldfinger to tell some more. Yeah. Well, I'll have to dig out the family tales and see what I can get from my aunt. See if you can find a gold bars for us. Yeah. I do have such fond memories of losing a toenail because of one they're heavier than they look right? Well, there you are. Cam. The question for you is what are we covering this week? Well, you alluded to it earlier. We are going to take on the 2002 sequel to Men In Black entitled Men in Black 2 original title and we like it which brings me down. My favorite bits of every episode where I read the lovely synopsis from letterboxd.com any bets on the length of this one guy's three lines. I'm going to save 500k can might need to take up coffee by the end of this one stand back. Here we go, right Men In Black II same Planet Money new scum K&J reunites provide our best last and only line of defense against a Sinister seductress who levels the toughest challenge get to the Mi bees untarnished mission statement protecting us from the scum of the universe. It's been four years since the aliens seeking agents averted Intergalactic disaster of Epic Proportions found out it's a race against the clock as J must convince K who not only has absolutely no memory of his time spent with the MIB but it's also the only living person left with the expertise to save the Galaxy to reunite with the MIB before the Earth submits to Ultimate Destruction. Oh my God. Yeah, really there was more effort put into writing that letter box synopsis than writing this movie. Yeah. I I think I'd agree with that. It sounds like they were writing a dissertation off. This actually could go on record as our longest one. I actually had to click a button to expand it. Oh my God, that's ridiculous. He wrote that and 49ers on Thursday. That was like I need to make an expensive synopsis of Men In Black II. I had to pause whilst reading that I've never seen that before maybe it was the same person who thought I'm going to make this film sound interesting entirely entirely possible now, we'll dig into the film a bit deeper, but let's have some initial thoughts about maybe when we first saw this film or any sort of memories in the back of our mind Ray as you're our guest you're up first, right? Well, I actually first saw this film when it came out in the cinema because wage It was oh another Men In Black film. I liked the first one. Let's go and see what the second one's like and I didn't think of it as a as anything more than just light entertainment. I wasn't thinking of going to be any in-depth story line or anything else wasn't disappointed in that one. The soundtrack was I don't think there really was a noticeable soundtrack which I would always associate with a film that stars Will Smith. And the biggest thing that I noticed was it's interesting they say four years in that because they mentioned five years several times in the film. That's something I just noticed but he seemed like he'd taken over the payroll being really really serious and lacking in humor. And that's what struck me when I left the cinema was I thought he was a comedian of some kind. Eccentric really main 980 initial thoughts. You can't help that it's what you thought when you were watching it in two thousand and two or about yourself Camp. So I skipped this one in theaters because I had said I wasn't a fan of the original back in nineteen ninety seven. And so yeah, this one rolled out and despite being Twenty-One years old and seeing like every single movie in theaters Palm. Skip this one I watched it on video and I remember just going crap and you know that was about the end of it. Like I just thought it was junk. It was like eighty three minutes without the credits and wage you could tell why so that was my take at the time. I wasn't surprised by that time. I was genuinely expecting you to be in the same vein as last time. Hopefully it changes like the last one did but I thought oh that didn't sound good as for myself. I did see in the cinema. I was a cool age of fifteen. So I was probably still quoting lines from the first one at that point although Thursday. On this definitely void of quotable lines, I would say but yeah, I remember enjoying at the time. I definitely had the single which the black suits come in. I still am I don't like that compared to the first song but it did I do remember buying that on CD. Sorry to the why did that but yeah, I remember liking it but not liking as much as the first one right that doesn't surprise me. I think the entire world pretty much agreed with you on that one, which leads me to my question can background on this film. How do they come together? Yeah. It's kind of a surprise. There wasn't a round black sequel rolling right out of you know, the original in nineteen ninety seven because it was such a massive hit and yet that was not the case Barry sonnenfeld the director of Men In Black, you know him and Will Smith got along really well and they said you know what? Let's not make Men In Black II. I got a better idea Wild Wild West And so we got 1999's wild wild west instead which was a debacle for everyone involved. I'm sure you two probably saw it as well. Didn't he found Down The Matrix for wild wild west that's right. Yeah, that was a bad move just a bit. But then the Matrix probably wouldn't have been as watchable with Will Smith in the lead. Yep. I just remember a very long speech from Kevin Smith about the production of wild wild west. Yeah. It's pretty legendary the story of the giant spider but nonetheless Wild Wild West lost a ton of money it very much ruined Will Smith's hot streak for releasing movies on the 4th of July weekend, and I think everyone was just kind of embarrassed about it. But the main takeaway very sonnenfeld took from Wild Wild West was no one likes Will Smith playing the straight man. And so they decided you know what guys let's get the team back together kind of, you know, put the shine back on our page. Games and make a sequel to Men In Black and so they hired a writer named Robert Gordon. He co-wrote Galaxy Quest. He also would go on to write Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events and he came up with the basic story and premise of this movie. He was ultimately Rewritten in a certain point. He wrote a screenplay. They brought in another guy named Barry funaro who was a writer producer of T shows like Golden Girls He also wrote the screenplays for the movie Kingpin that the Farrelly brothers did as well as this Richard Dreyfuss mob comedy called the crew that the world never saw really dead. But funaro was brought in to basically inject as many pop-culture references as possible, which was something that Robert Gordon and even Barry sonnenfeld weren't really aiming for them. And so the whole who let the dogs out thing. Oh, that's a very funaro line right there or moment. I should say I'm cringing just thinking about that scene already. Yeah. I just mentally grown. Right. And so this movie is very curious because the budget for it is enormous it cost like a hundred forty million at the time which you know, you look at that into thousands of dollars. That's extreme the main takeaway. I got from this movie was everyone got paid a lot like a lot a big part of the reason that it didn't maybe it had initially really quickly was also because Steven Spielberg seem to walk out with the most money coming off the first men in black, but when it came to renegotiate for Men In Black II Will Smith & Barry sonnenfeld from Charlie Jones as well. We're really like, hey guys, if we're going to come back we want big paychecks. And so that happened everyone made an absolute Fortune making this movie the production though, is kind of a mess. There was a looming actors strike at the time. And so there was a lot of panic that this production was going to get shut down by an actor's strike and so it was being drastically re-written, you know day by day prob. By Barry funaro on set as well as probably uncredited writers and there was just a lot of fear about what was going to happen with this movie. So it often feels like a lot of the actors are improving or just mugging their way through seen em, I suspect that's because a lot of tensions were going on Barry sonnenfeld said this was the most stressful production. He's ever made he thought he was having a heart attack at one point cuz the studio was getting involved and they were big the Will Smith romance angle in this film and he didn't care about it. It was battles going back and forth. It sounds like Barry sonnenfeld has said to this day. Nothing has ever been like Men In Black II. I didn't have to reply to that page. It's nothing has ever been like men in black two, but that's not necessarily a good thing. You say that the last film he worked on was nine lives, but Kevin Spacey but a smooth production right down those cats were really well-behaved. Oh, yes, cuz I know so so well how well cats behave especially on camera. Yeah, no problems there in order to wage. But some interesting side notes on this movie Famke Janssen was originally cast as Selena the villain but left due to family illnesses. And so Lara Flynn Boyle was an early Contender for the girl. She ended up getting it once chance and bowed out. I hope everyone was okay on fan could jansen's family side, but they kind of did her a favor and getting her out of this movie. I would say she would go on to the new X-Men, you know in two thousand and whatever and X-Men two in two thousand two. She was doing just fine. She did the clunker that was X-Men the Last Stand in 2006, but it made a lot of money off. She was getting paid by that point. She's fine. Yeah, the other side note on this one is kind of interesting the ending of the film was supposed to be set on the World Trade towers and nine eleven obviously happened in 2001. And so they had to drastically revised the ending and switch it to kind of a nondescript location and there was also going to be references throughout the movie to the World Trade Center birth. Kind of setting up this finale and they had to get rid of a lot of that stuff as well. Same thing happened with the Spider-Man 2 with the trailer. It was the first one it was actually him catching a helicopter between the two towers. Yeah. Yeah, didn't they have to cut out a load of stuff. That was that had already been filmed and then they had to change the posters and everything. Yeah, a lot of movies were impacted pretty bad that year by June eleven. I remember to there was like an Arnold Schwarzenegger movie Collateral Damage That was supposed to be released right around nine eleven and it was like, oh no pump that one like a year back. So there was a lot of yeah, a lot of production are affected quite severely by nine eleven. So yeah Men In Black II just one of the many So it sounds like there was a bit of a obviously a troubled production, but did it do well at the box office? Oh Scott it did. So this movie cost 140 million as I said domestically made 194 million International to 251 for a total of 445 million. Now that is a downgrade from the 589 that Men in Black one made but nonetheless dead people walked out of this movie, you know, making a lot of money one of the things I will always say about when they talk about the books office is they're not taking account of how many people actually walked out there thinking. Oh. What the heck of I just watched they only take account of the amount of money that's gone into it beforehand. So I would say that they knew that responses weren't great because I think you would have forgotten Men in Black 3 a little quicker if they had of thought that people really love this movie. See I was thinking now you've told me this information about the box office. Maybe this has the same problem that Star Trek Into Darkness had wealth I feel like a lot of problems but like it certainly did well, but the way on to do badly in its third film and it kind of soured people a bit on the franchise. Yeah, maybe a little bit of that for sure. That is a common thing. I remember the original Tomb Raider even came out and it made a ton of money and the studio got on, you know, putting out a sequel to to Lara Croft Tomb Raider very quickly and they made cradle of life and that movie tanked because no one had like the original so that is a thing that does happen. Yeah, I can barely remember the third Men In Black apart from it started wasn't it? Josh Brolin who seemed to be everywhere right now? That's right. Yeah. He was yeah, he played Agent K and that the young version. So ultimately Men In Black two landed at number five for the year two thousand two and wage cold this year before in our Bourne Identity episode. So I'm not going to give the exhaustive breakdown of the year. You can go back to the Bourne Identity if you want to hear more, but the top three that year was Lord of the Rings The Two Towers Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets dead. And Spider-Man Bourne Identity was down at number nineteen. So Men In Black II definitely did better Men In Black landed at number five right between Star Wars Episode 2 and Die Another Day old films I'd say this is the mall and none of them I liked. That's cold Scott. That's really cold. That is a couple actors also had very notable. 2002's Johnny Knoxville. This was the year of Johnny Knoxville. This is the year Jackass the movie comes out. It's at number 56 for the year number 185. You made a comedy called big trouble with Tim Allen and it number 207. He had this sort of I think it was like a 50 set sort of gang drama called Deuces Wild. I think Stephen Dorff might have been in it. And so Johnny Knoxville is very busy as was Rosario Dawson who had at number 126 the Spike Lee film 25th hour, which is amazing and it's part number 197. She had a huge debacle this year. She co-starred in the Eddie Murphy film Adventures of Pluto Nash. One of the all-time bombs got that film was awful. I heard it was so bad. Even at the age of fifteen. I didn't go and see it. Yeah, it was it was a year of highs and lows for Rosario Dawson and Johnny, Knoxville. Yeah, that was I was going to say didn't she she had quite a few years of not some really bad films like she also starred in Josie and the Pussycats around that time kind of era. Yep. Yep. And Oliver Stone's Alexander Rosario. Dawson is a great actress and she definitely took quite a while to find some comfortable footing in Hollywood. She from is one of those actresses that I feel like is is a fantastic actress but never got the right part to be thrust into the main picture of Hollywood. She really doesn't have an iconic role. You can say Play Night Nurse on the Marvel Netflix series, I guess got her a fair amount of attention, but she doesn't have like a big role. That's really, you know, become the definitive point of her career at this point, at least she's still fairly young. So why change anything could happen but at this point yeah, not really. Well she and Brent though. Yes, she was yeah, that's a good point actually, but she was just in the film version right or was she on the she wasn't staged? I think she was she was in the original stage version and then I don't quote me on that but I think she was because they pulled a lot of the people from the original stage version for the film. I stand corrected then because rent is obviously a huge defining experience on Broadway. I'm not a big theater guy. So I wasn't as aware of that. I never saw the rent film so I can't speak to that. I actually watched it recently see I can she was definitely in the film. I don't know about her appearing in the Broadway version though. But yeah, that's sort of sums up the year of 2002 for me on the box office and production end. The only note I'll mention is that Will Smith in a episode of Jimmy Fallon and twenty-twenty when he was provoked bad boys for Life referred to this film and said he was not happy with it. So I think everyone made a ton of money, but I think a lot of people walked away going. I don't know if we pulled that one off guys put me into all thoughts on the film quite seamlessly I would say so we'll go back to you right now. You've had what is it eighteen years to digest this film? Yeah, and I was twenty-six when it came out. So now you can do your math. I only know that cuz I can remember working out how old I was going to be in the Millennium and thinking I'm going to be ancient Rome. Now I don't think that anymore. Well, I think one of the things that I found really disconcerting was there wasn't any Clarity at the very beginning. How many years had passed since K had gone and L was literally a single line, or she wanted to go back to the morgue and that was it as though she was completely irrelevant and then of course he is being so serious. There's hardly any humor from him from Will Smith character. He is so dry and I think you've proved previously mentioned he is not the straight guy. And he should never play The Straight Guy and that is what he's doing at the very beginning for me. That was my interpretation. And also they mentioned several times that it's a secret society. They work for it's not so secret. They see all over the place but not the best kept secret but it's a secret nonetheless if that's the case and they're playing it a bit loose with the exposing people to aliens in this film. They always use the same ones though to highlight. There are aliens the two guys on the bikes with the light bulb. Yeah. I wonder how many times I actually appear in this film as just cycling past to highlight. There are aliens Among Us. It's interesting that you mentioned that your internet playing l in the first film. I made a comment when we recorded that one about men in black and having a very small female cast. And being a very male heavy film and I don't think this film does much to improve on that record. Obviously the bad guys played by Lara Flynn Boyle who are a lot people know from Twin Peaks, but you got Rosario Dawson is basically just being dragged through the film not much agency to I just think again, it's not doing a lot for for female representation. Yeah, especially when you consider that she's a model with a very very tight bra and very little else on. Yeah. It feels like a very 2002 idea of a studio being like, let's give a very big role to a black male actor for this film. By the way. She's a Victoria's Secret model. Exactly. Yeah, the Linda fiorentino stuff is interesting because I remember, you know being very excited actually to see her as a member of the group at the end of the first movie thinking oh of a sequel came around. I think she would be really interesting in terms of what she would as a as you know, the dynamic there. The story is to why she's not in this one is a little jumbled a lot of the scuttlebutt of Hollywood. That's kind of come around over the years is that Tommy Lee Jones said, he would not return if she was there. So, I don't know if that's true. But that has been the popular rumor over the years Linda. Fiorentino has shot me that that down and said she was actually working on something else and couldn't do it. So it's kind of up in the air I guess what actually happened but it just sounds like she was never really going to suck for this movie. That's the thing. I mean, they really are living up to the Men in Black in the title by every single one. You see in the in HQ Ismail dead. I don't think I think he saw Martha Stewart on the screen at one point and that was really it. Is that who that was it was? Yeah. Yes. Oh I wrote down who the hell is this lady on home screen? Sorry just doesn't I don't so Scott. Like what was your takeaway revisiting it after this many years. I've definitely grown up a bit since two thousand to eighteen years to be precise. I think my taste in films have changed. I I really enjoyed the first one. I went on record in the podcast before saying I enjoyed it. I felt like God had absolutely nothing to offer. I'm not going to pull my punches on it. I feel like it was a literally a cash in on the Men in Black name without any thought behind having a storage. They actually want to tell ya like for me this definitely did not hold up on a second viewing. I didn't like it the first time around but I did not have any moment of rediscovery watching it the way I did the fog. One I thought this was terrible. It's the epitome of the type of SQL. We honestly don't get as much anymore, which is the sequel that just kind of replicates the original to lesser effect that he came very much a you know, boilerplate go to for many years in Hollywood. But you know at a certain point we got movies like The Dark Knight, we got movies like, you know, just some of these franchises expand Harry Potter being a good example Lord of the Rings where it became. No. No, you've got a build on what came before and tell a new story and this feels like a bygone product of an era that money just doesn't exist anymore, which is the sequel. That's the same thing. It's actually a lot like Ghostbusters 2 in a lot of ways and you look at the first one. It's a 90 something minute comedy. It's fast-paced wage sets up its world really well, but it has moments of genuine poignancy. You have Tommy Lee Jones, you know morning this woman. He'd met many years ago or as I can refuse his wife at the time, but it was a woman that he was in love with him. Had Will Smith, you know deciding to make this very significant, you know decision in his life about what path you would choose stuff. You know, there was a human elements to that movie. There is no human element to this movie was just so every I guess they wanted it to be the Rosario Dawson role, but honestly, I don't know that I could come up with a single adjectives to describe her personality in this movie insipid. Yeah wide-eyed. I got nothing like this character has absolutely zero personality and no agency whatsoever. Like she kind of just does what the other characters telephone is, like. Okay, I guess sure. Yeah I saw this thing and that's it. It really was very empty. I it struck me as it was kind of a money grab for Merch because oh, yeah the roles that they expanded from the first film were the roles that they expounded in the cartoon series. So the worms had a much bigger role this time they were so insignificant last time it was they were all smoking and in the coffee room and that was it off this time. They had an apartment and they had individual characterization and then of course, there's Frank and it really was for me. Oh, here's some merchandising and kids are going to love this song. Okay, so kids are going to like coffee swelling smokers. It just struck me if you think of a Disney film like Bambi or The Lion King or Aladdin, they've all got their direct-to-video sequels just not as good but just seem to have the same characters. Yeah, how dare you say that about Cinderella 3 A Twist in Time? If that's actually what it's called, I'm amazed you have that knowledge can it might actually be a stitch in time. I can't remember it's twisted time or stitch in time. But yes, that is a actual movie that exists fair enough. They also have Little Mermaid 3 Ariel's Beginning. There you go, like who asked for this stuff? But yeah, this film feels like the direct-to-dvd follow-up. It's made with less money and yet it wasn't maybe less money. It's really frustrating because you think of the world of the Men in Black, you know, you end that first movie where you have that zoom out of you know, the entire Earth is just a marble that a giant alien is playing with they are basically opening the door to do really wondrous things with this franchise. Like I don't know we could have gone to space maybe four Men In Black II like a lot of franchises that's like the bottom of the decision to go to space but I feel like it would actually be learned in this franchise. They just really do replicate the first one where you have this vague alien threat that wants a MacGuffin in this case. It's dead. Light of zartha or something like that, which will do bad things I guess and they have to gun it down with Big Guns by the end. Like it just feels like they're just going through the motions as opposed to the sighting. Well, let's see like what else could this organization get involved in the could be interesting. It just feels like they looked at the first one and said, I don't know do that again, but bigger as you said, you know giving the worms a lot more giving Frank the pug more to do giving birth shalhoub's character like a bigger scene. It just felt like take all the established things. People saw the first time do it again, but bigger and way less funny. Yeah, I'd agree with that one hundred percent off. I did one of the notes I made was there the craft that she flies off in at the end looks a bit like the ship from Flight of the Navigator. Oh, yeah. Yeah. It was the first thing that struck me when I watched it was full Flight of the Navigator must note that down. A much better movie. Oh, I love that film. Well, let's let's move on to some of the actors and their performances and how we felt about that. I I think again Tommy Lee Jones is probably the best actor in the film. Oh, yeah, definitely. Yeah, I he plays different versions of himself throughout the film and for me the scene where he finally gets his memory back outside of Tony shalhoub's pawn shop actually shows a bit of emotion and you think oh, yeah, that's a good actor right there. He kept me going through. My re-watch is yeah, I'd agree. He's got there's something about him and I I watched man of the house or something where he is a detective protecting cheerleaders who don't really want to get there and he's still got so much range in a role that he clearly didn't really want to do. I can't say that like Tommy Lee Jones is an actor who never phones it in but I feel like even when he does potentially phone it in he's still is convincing and persuasive on screen like you watch South Jersey phone it in and they're bad like look at Harrison Ford when he doesn't care and you are just like falling asleep watching him. Whereas I feel like Tommy Lee Jones is compelling even when he's kind of just going through the motions. Are you referring to Indiana Jones? And the Crystal Skull? I actually think he might be a little more engaged in that I'm not he's not he's not going full forward but I'm thinking of stuff like a god like firewall or something. Oh his appearance in The Last Jedi know what's it called know. I thought he was actually good in this star in force awakens. I thought he actually seemed to be having fun there. I know that one. I meant the the last one. What was it called was he was on that in Rise of the Skywalker? Yeah. Yeah. Hey. Hey, Aaron awake and it's just like oh come on, buddy. Yep. Need this money. I think that was a favor Scott. I don't think that was a I want to do this role. Let them kill it if you had a yeah did Neil so do a film with an homage. Oh God. It does vaguely ring about like Harrison Ford sent a lot of stuff where he kind of phones it in but I I just look at Tommy Lee Jones is like the consummate professional who I get the sense. Timely Jones isn't the world's most fun man to hang out with or as that you if you go to YouTube look up some of the interviews that poor journalists have had to do interviewing him my God. This looks just squirm inducing to have to interview Tom Jones, but I feel like on screen everything clicks when he's there. Yeah, even though as you said, he's he's not necessarily one hundred percent engaged. He is the consummate professional. I feel like them watching his character in this film. There was so much like poignancy and regret and life experience to that character in the first movie. That just is completely absent here and that you log, Comes back from his former life apparently has zero regrets never has any sort of moment of boy. I'm giving up a lot. It's like he was working as a postmaster in like, Missouri or something or Massachusetts and it's like, ah, haha. Look at his like sad life or something that he's happy to get away from but it's like that's not the message. We were given at the end of the first Men In Black at all. Well, they were once again erased a female character. He left his wife that he went back for in the first film. She left him. Oh, yeah. Sorry. She lets him. I stand corrected and but as you said another female who is completely wiped off the history books and I'm saying that as a woman does annoy me sometimes when you watch these films and it's like they're not going to contribute anything apart from Looking Good in a bikini so we won't actually use them for anything this movie feels very insecure though. It almost feels like it's terrified to slow down and actually have these human moments. The first one I feel like Steven Spielberg. More involved in that first one to be honest. I doubt he was very Hands-On with Men in Black 2 and it just feels like they're just trying to rush to moment-to-moment because they're almost like scared that if they slow down it's going to go bad. And so it's just like throwing things at the screen to see what works and a lot of it is actors mugging and just making like weird gestures and Will Smith falling down and you know, I'm willing in like piles of tubing just to fill time and this is an eighty-three minute movie like Tommy Lee Jones spends a lot of it just like doing weird looks at Will Smith when it's like did no one write them anything funny to say that I felt like they've done a like a census poll on who went to go see the first film and then tried to figure out what they liked which I'm going to guess is they assumed it was young boys clubs like probably yeah, they've got okay, let's go for the list of things that taking off that young boys like so we've got Lara Flynn Boyle starting off in a bikini. Okay, great. Then we've got Johnny Knoxville cuz he's really popular cuz you know jackass at the time and then oh and then Burger King everywhere what more do teenage boys want? You forgot the poop joke, there was a picture very beginning at the very beginning when she when Selena Serena arrives on Earth and she is in cat she encounters that guy who says, oh you'll taste you you taste really good. So she eats him and then she realizes she's got a belly and that's not going to do so she goes behind the bush makes a few noises comes back out with them with the boots in the coat. Oh, she poops him out. I didn't get that. I thought it was actually she I thought she was throwing it back up. Yeah, and it was some sort of like really dark joke about the modeling industry or something. Yeah, me too. Maybe we gave this film too much credit can listen to the noises. Oh, I don't want to please God. Film it's it's dead for me promise, but I'm surprised you picked it. Yes, but no that's it's kind of like there are certain elements of humor that are very Schoolboy like a dog singing Who Let the Dogs Out slow clap everyone comedic genius or the dog seeing I Will Survive. I'm not even a slow clap for that one know and they sniff around and even just like some of the like celeb cameos. You're like they feel so much more on the nose. Like you look at the first one actually pretty clever. They've got that board of aliens and you have like fashion designer is Zack, Sorry he who was like a kind of a popular figure in pop culture at that point, but it's not like a joke that kids are going to get it feels much more like adult-oriented in terms of who's going to pick up on some of these references. Whereas this one feels really like trying to go for a lot of Youth appeal. You've got like Nick Cannon, you know showing up for a cameo and it's dead. A very flatly written just hey kids. Look, it's Nick Cannon. You just have these kind of the Michael Jackson one is really on the nose as well. It just feels like really awkward. They don't feel like things were there going. Hey lets, you know kind of have some later jokes stuff for the kids stuff for the adults. This feels entirely for the kids off topic point. But can you have a more problematic seen the rip-off and Michael Jackson on the screen at the same time. It's pretty bad pretty bad. It's a little bit uncomfortable but it was quite juvenile. I think yeah, that's probably a good word to describe the film. Yeah. I mean humorless I was I was kind of impressed to see like a cameo by Biz Markie who was a beatboxer who was like really popular at the air. I was kind of like, huh? That's a little interesting. I was also very fascinated to see Scott. I don't know if you picked up on this one, but we had a cameo from osseous Labyrinth, and I'm Everyone listening is like who is osseous labirent? They were the contortionists in the tool video for Schism who walked on all fours shaking their heads back and forth. They are walking through a scene in The Aegean immigration office at Men In Black headquarters here. I know that down. I thought those dudes from Schism video. I was going to ask you they are you go. Yeah, what what kids like more tool and taking I'll give them the two the two old ones actually pretty I was actually kind of Blown Away by that one. Yeah, that was good to see speaking of cameos. We get Peter Graves turning up obviously of Mission Impossible theme. Yeah. I know. I actually note that was the first thing I noted down. I actually liked that sequence that feels like one of the few moments of invention with this movie, which is do a flashback through a really bad Recreation like a bad TV re-creation and it kind of gets into that kitschy sci-fi element. That's Men In Black is kind of having fun with at least in the first one he Kya. I like that intro and then it's kind of downhill from there. The intro was creative. That's what it was lacking. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. All right. So let's try to be a bit more positive. Now we have big will himself as J in this film. He's back again. Obviously we mentioned earlier. He's playing the straight man at the start which is something they wanted to avoid and they learn from you know Wild Wild West Palm Jim West Desperado. But any thoughts on his his reappearance is Jay one of the first things I noted, you know, when he is talking with his new partner, one of the things he was always saying in the first film was all you've got to make it more exciting when you neutralize them and all he says to his partner of five and a bit months is dead married and have a bunch of kids. What so that's all you're going to say to someone you've known all this time. That's the most creative thing. And then as soon as Tommy Lee Jones is back in it off. He's gone from the street sensible to the one who says, oh you might not have very much longer left on Earth. So stay up and show love and she can stay up all night and make and get her loads of sweets when they go and get the weapons from kval Department. Isn't it? Bizarre that the start the film he is coming across as just like super agent. He's in control of all these situations and in a suit as K comes back. He's blowing the door off the building and being sucked in and making mistakes everywhere. It's definitely leaning into the Will Smith as goofball but not funny this movie like feels to me like a lot of it was put on Will Smith's shoulders without any wage, you know, really solid screenplay to back them up and so it falls into that really lazy thing where Will Smith will sometimes when he's not working with much just kind of start screaming or being manic because he's just trying to get some energy home screen and I can admire the dedication to this film that he was bringing in terms of looking alive, and I'm sure he was exhausted after the after days of shooting this movie, but he's just kind of throwing himself all over the place without any sort of solid foundation to make him actually funny on-screen. You just kind of go like well Will Smith is definitely manic. Yeah, but that's what you want to take from a film unless that's what he needs to be. Well, I don't know about anybody else. That's not what I wanted to take from a film. I want something with a bit more structure. And as I think you mentioned earlier about the the scene where he's in the bath, Those great big plastic tubes and I didn't think it was meant to be slapstick. I think it was supposed to be slapstick or at least I don't know what it was. I feel like maybe I'm set they saw that pile of tubes and they were like, huh? Hey Will, welcome here get in that getting those and let's see what we can make out of this. Let's make magic baby song It's a shame. They didn't make magic, isn't it? Weird that that seems that like the hour and fifteen minute Mark and we've covered to our films two-and-a-half-hour films and I'm checking my watch an hour and 15 like is this done that yet? I did the same thing and I'm watching him struggle around these tubes and I'm thinking to myself like oh, I feel bad because this is a case of an actor who's committed to the bit like he's not dead looking down on he's not being, you know, just kind of a he doesn't seem like he's just phoning in that moment. He seems like he's like, okay, I'm stuck in tubes. I can't get out. Let's really, you know conjure up some Jim Carrey like physical comedy and you're watching an actor died in a pile of tubes. I can just imagine people watching that as it was being filmed and not one single laugh to Dead Silence. There's one job at the very back of the room like one of the grips is like Must have been so mortifying though cuz they must have realized at some point that this was just a bit of a clunker. Well, you look at what's in the movie. This is an 83 or 84 that movie without credits. And a lot of the comedy is just Dead on Arrival here and you have to imagine when they're in the editing room. And this is all winding up in the movie. Imagine what the like get seated scenes were like the takes they didn't like it must have been just brutal. I mean, they them on positivity side. We can't say that Will Smith didn't turn up. He is sure throwing back into it. He started his back out to doing it cuz of those pipes sure. So yeah, I have to try and positive about something. I think he he was trying really hard. Unfortunately. He wasn't given much to work with. None of them were they were caricatures of the characters they were in the original film. And when you look at that first one a big foundation, I movie is the friendship that formed between K&J and in this movie like yeah, they're back together, but it doesn't look like there's any magic or spark. It just feels like two actors who are like, okay, we've got to do this again without anything that's actually informing this relationship or developing it in a way. That's interesting. It's just like it's just a reset button. It's not an organic growth and that's a mistake with a sequel couldn't agree more. Yeah, and I think you had some interesting opportunities where you have, you know, Patrick Warburton showing up as this age J T. I think it was yeah, like he's a distinct personality, you know, like why not bring in some different Men In Black characters, like what if there's two rival Men In Black characters, they don't get along with and you have a bit of a competition there. Like there's fun things. You can do that. Don't just rely on repeating the same beats over again. I love Patrick Warburton. You've already been more thought into it than they did Cam. Yeah, I love Patrick Warburton too. And when he showed up at the start of this my memory wasn't strong enough to remember he lives out in like four minutes and I was like, oh this will be fun to see him kick around this movie for a bit and then he's gone here like, oh, well, they did absolutely nothing with him. And I mean I kind of felt the same way with Johnny Knoxville as well. It's like why is this guy here? Have you noticed one of the things that both of those characters have in common every single person refers to them as dumb and stupid. Oh, I didn't pick up on that now he could he when he when agent T goes and reaches for Jess flower. That sounds so wrong. What do you guys and read his just flour in the in the drain? Jace's to him don't do it and then as he sees him go up. He says all that was dumb. Yeah, then when Selena Salinas refer around talking to Johnny Knoxville's character in The MIB HQ. She says oh, yeah, he's stupid and don't be so dumb and dumber are constantly referring to every single character who isn't them as dumb and stupid and that I don't know why but that really stuck out at me that they were the intelligent ones and everybody else stupid because their new characters that but it's also just feels a little insulting and I think you can have dumb characters who are really funny. I mean, you know, the historical landscape in film is a word with examples of hilarious dumb characters. Oh, yeah, but both of these two is just like say dumb things that aren't actually punch lines and aren't funny. I mean Johnny Knoxville has a second head in this as this is Jillian Scott. I think his name was and the second head which I believe the name is Charlie this second head is the worst. I made a Note II head bad. Nothing involving this second head that is funny. In fact, it's all like cringe-inducing Lee bad the way you write notes sounds like the way they wrote the script but it's not as bad as the ballchinian though. So glad I mention that here come the why did they give them such obvious names? Oh, he's a ballchinian really fast. You can come up with I was actually going to ask I I've come up with a I think a better name, but has anyone else got any suggestions for how to improve on bought unions whilst keeping it somewhat phallically themed. I'm going to let you run with this one Scott. What's your suggestion? I'm going to go with scrutiny ins I'll take it. Yeah, me too. But it's a bit of an improvement. It's a little less on the nose, which is probably a ball joke too, but we'll leave that as for that cake. Oh, yeah the song lyrics dial float in the air. Kick. Yeah. Yeah. Okay this movie is so too early 2000s cuz you have like who let the dogs out you have incredible. Terrible. CG will probably talk about a little bit later. But you also have wire Foo and you have Tommy Lee Jones doing that. Terrible. Kick and you have ripped torn doing a kick. That is one of the worst things I've seen in my life not in movies in life. That kick reminded me of Robert De Niro in the Irishman when he's trying to beat that guy up and it trying to make him look like he's a very strong young man when it is just a seven-year-old kicking a dummy, right? Yeah. It's so embarrassing like because you know, the Matrix has come out in nineteen ninety nine and been a massive hit and the influence of wire Foods join up and stuff like Romeo Must Die or the Charlie's Angels films and you know that they want to jump on that crazed here. Although it feels a little bit late in 2002 and it's so embarrassing like to watch ripped torn and just imagine the circumstances of this actor whose I don't know pushing seventy. I think at this point in time being suspended from a ceiling flailing about in the air and then being like gold rip gold and those those harnesses are not comfortable. No, I guess it gives new meaning to the word Rip Torn. Let's just say you want to be a ballchinian if you're going to be doing that son, right? Okay. Okay bought unions that go on go on. I do have a question for you guys, though. What happened to Johnny Knoxville in this movie? I am genuinely stumped by that question. He beat up the little little aliens then and then Selena found him to get something and then of course the kidnapper Rosario Dawson's character. Yeah. Yeah, which he obviously brought back to life Selena cuz she was there. So he delivered uh-huh. Is this a huge plot hole this movie is so lazy that it didn't even write out one of its primary villains. Wow, that's embarrassing. I hadn't even clicked that he'd vanished because I was so focused on is it over yet? Yeah. It's so bad. This one was so bad that I didn't even catch need to pay attention to what happened to that guy. Yeah. Apparently they answer that question in the novelization. So Intrepid listeners, you can track down the Men in Black II novelization if you'd like the answers to that question. I'm sure they're running to waterstones right now to pick up their copies. Yeah, just funny thing was I found out something interesting about the guy who created the original comic book. He also wrote an Alien Nation comic. Oh interesting wage. I like the movie alienation. I never watched the show and I've definitely never read the comics, but I'd be down. Yeah, it was an Alien Nation. The one with Dennis Quaid. No, that's wrong. You know, that's Enemy Mine alienation alienation has James Caan and Mandy Patinkin Mandy Patinkin. Yeah. Yes, I have faith is just you know, you sit there going it's that actor and there were so many films that came out with a similar theme at the same time. Yep. They seem to go through phases if wire Foo is the trend of 2002 than alien, you know friendships was a real Trend back in the late eighties there. Yeah kind of like dogs and policemen we've kind of dog Canine. Yep, I have absolutely no memory of this film whatsoever. So with that let's let's this is a quick-fire a couple more of the actors in the film obviously ripped torn was them so that's all we're going to say about him. Okay, Lara Flynn Boyle obviously stepped in for Sanford Johnson. Like you said cam. I think she did. Okay, but she had she didn't really watch much. Nope. She certainly didn't have much of a costume know when you look at what Vincent D'Onofrio got to do in the first one where you got a lot of physical comedy. He got off really inhabit that character of you know, a cockroach trapped in human skin. I don't feel like Lara Flynn Boyle got any sort of Direction in that regard or even maybe the time to invest in a character who is a plant like, what does that mean? What does it mean to be a plant disguised as a human? I don't know the movie does nothing with it. It's just generic mustache-twirling bad guy. In terms of what's on the page she does. I think she does her best with what is there which is nothing. Yeah. She didn't have very much there wasn't any rounded roundness to her character at all, but that's that's probably how they wrote her. I feel bad for her because I think she did the best with what she was given but she was like the only person involved in this movie who got a Razzie nomination for worst supporting actor that year in 2002 and I'm like guys you were nominating this movie is like we're sequel or believe me. There's a lot of nominations. It could be thrown around on Men In Black II. She got nominated for a RAV4 this yeah. Oh wow. Well speaking of Razzi nominated. I'm sure and we've we've spoken about him already in quite in-depth but Johnny Knoxville, obviously appearing as grad slash Charlie any other thoughts on the guy off. I mean, he doesn't have a character and Johnny Knoxville isn't a comedian. So you're getting what you would expect out of a non trained actor slash comedian. He was playing I think he was given off in my view. I reckon he was given this whole your character is stupid and vulgar play with it. Yeah, and I wrote jackass. Yeah, exactly. Yeah, obviously then we got Rosario Dawson up next. I'm always happy to see her in films. But again as we said she doesn't really have much to do in this room apart from get carried through by everyone else. Yeah. I mean, that's the thing. She has done since that point as you've mentioned Marvel already. She was very good as Claire or night nurse in the Marvel series, but she wasn't giving birth. Much in the way of a role in this, you know, this is a really embarrassing role I think for this is like the epitome of like bad roles for women in two thousand Blockbusters because faith is nothing to this character entirely passive and yeah, like there's just nothing there. It's more like hey Rosario, you should really take this job. This movie is going to be huge. It'll be good for your career worry about what the material is. Yeah. She was playing the cliched aunjanue completely naive and unaware of her situation in any way whatsoever. She doesn't even notice her bracelet is hook it up. Someone has to point out to her. Yeah, and it's weird because this character the plot really pivots on this character, you know, the Revelation that she's an alien princess or something and I'm like wow like you probably should have made this character more interesting if I'm supposed to care about this but still so high reaction when she's told It's blank Yeah, it's you're an alien princess and if you don't leave this is going to cause decimation. Okay, you can imagine that whatever and they're going for that likes of heartbreak angle with J. Letting her go to someone to see he's obviously fallen for and his big chain reaction to is kind of just like almost shrugging Well to be fair I was I was doing the same thing at that moment. He was supposed to be the one who was losing this woman that you've apparently cared about at that point. How long have they known known each other? This is ridiculous, but that's the way the films go. Have you not noticed that have you never seen a romance movie they meet and five minutes later. They're getting married. That's true. But I feel like you have to do the work. You have to have these two actors develop a spark or chemistry or be invested in that relationship. Even if it is a rapid fire relationship as you said in so many movies. This one doesn't even do even the most sleight of work to make it home to make that you know happen. Hey, hey Cesar in the pizza place and you know, he must have seen plenty of you know, good looking girls in his line of work. I suppose found by like five seconds of talking to her. It's like oh Jung, let's go get some cake. So he's a Wily coyote don't worry about them at that. The the rules throw them out the way she's pretty she gets she doesn't have to be neutralized. It doesn't make sense. Especially when he how many times did he knew relies Linda fiorentino in the first film Yeah, no kidding. And I feel like he had more chemistry with Linda fiorentino than he does with Rosario Dawson, at least they're actually flirting. Yeah, they exchanged more than a few words. Yeah, and and she was a character. She had a very specific personality in that movie. Yeah, but then I think that they actually cared in the first film. Yeah. Yeah, well money because Barry sonnenfeld shows up in this movie the director he has a scene where Jay goes to an apartment or maybe it was K had the apartment where they hit all the weapons and there's the family there watching TV and Barry sonnenfeld plays the father in that scene and he is like completely stunned having having been mineralized and I wondered if he directed the movie the same way. He hasn't actually done that many in the last decade though, huh C. He did Men in Black 3 and not a lot else cuz he had nine lives. As you said, I just feel like he's someone who you know, directors have longevity others have their moment and I feel like he had his moment. I think he was a consultant or something on Men In Black International that must be like a title that gives people who are involved in it, but no actual they didn't have any to say yeah, it could have been like the old executive producer credit where it's like, yeah, they kind of gave their blessing or they had some minor involved or even he was developing another sequel that got shut down and they made this instead or who who really knows but you know what to be fair. He did create the visual world of the Men in Black and so I give them credit for that especially for that first movie and you know, you get some of that invention brought here, but that was heavily used by Men In Black International as well. So he kind of set the template. Yeah. Yep. In Black International was not as bad as Men In Black two, but it wasn't amazing. Right? I had a couple of moments though that I thought were pretty dead. I'm not going to say funny but I thought they were some interesting ideas here. I really actually kind of liked the aliens who live in the locker in the train station. It was such a weird choice and it felt different from what we saw the first movie, you know, this one we get all the worms. We get all this stuff. That's very familiar. But like this Locker of smart of tiny aliens. I actually thought was kind of interesting and fun. See, I thought that they'd been the perfect ones to have a spinoff cartoon or TV series of some kind because they're sort of like the walks in that they were cute off. All I have to say about those aliens is simply. Oh Rey, can you see I mean when the one that's like dressed like Moses came down all that was that was so funny. We've lived this adult section in the back. That may be the highlight of the movie and I mean I'm someone who loves like giant monsters and so you'd think for me it would be the big worm in the subway tunnels, but it looks so terrible that I'm like, oh my God, this looks terrible, but the little aliens I'm like I can get on board with these one was really cliche though. Because obviously there's the worm in Tremors. There's the worm in the original June. There's the worm in Percy Jackson and the Sea of Monsters wage that they seem to use it a lot but it's from that Cellar encrypted Greek mythology. It also is a little bit reminiscent in terms of the mouth of the sarlacc pit from Return of the Jedi wage. Yeah. I don't think there's a lot of originality going on in the creation of that worm. I mean that's two items in this film. With multiple worms. Yeah. Oh, yeah, I suppose but that that's actually interesting as well. I mean, there's one thing I did want to cover before we wrap up on. The knock list is I did think the CGI in this film despite it being five years later from Men In Black was actually worse at times you could almost imagine that you were going to see the sets fall over. It's crazy really when you watch it because yeah, you think of that 1997 movie and I think that's part of the thing was a lot of that 1997 movie they used practical when they could they use CG when they had to and they picked their shots sparingly and probably put a lot of work into the shots are as this was a sad Trend in the early 2000s, which was hey guys, we figured out CG let's use it for everything. And so you had like a humanoid looking characters in this town who were done in CG face that looked horrible. It looked like the agent Smiths or Neo in the big, you know Burly brawl in Matrix Reloaded and you just had tons of that the worm with Will Smith on top of page. Horrible, it's a lot of scenes where to pull it off. You have to put a lot of work in because of the limitations of CG and they didn't they were just like throw Will Smith in their composite him into the the shot and the whole movie is weird. It looks way way way more outdated than the original men and black. Yeah boils down to that whole we know we've got a hit. We had one already dead. We'll let's throw money at something that we aren't quite sure is going to work properly. It also feels like a director who's not that comfortable with c g and at that time they would get loads of those because it wasn't something that was one hundred percent mainstream all the time in every film that they made something that the Star Wars prequels was suffering from exactly the same time and these both these films done by industrial Light & Magic, you know, the prequels relied heavily on c g and even now on the Blu-ray sets they look bad and I didn't watch dog. On in HD. I want here in 720p and even then it looked bad. Yeah, I I watched it on DVD and it looked terrible not even Blu-ray and not you know, you think the same error you have Spider-Man and I feel like some of the physicality of the Spider-Man, you know character in that film doesn't hold up great. But I feel like just Sam sung knew how to direct CG and when to use it a lot better than Barry sonnenfeld if you running any disagreements from me on that one, has anyone got any final thoughts on the film a couple of just little odd notes. I wrote down there's a scene where they go to a video store and David Cross shows up and mugs a lot and really hit this anything funny to say, but when they're walking through the video store, there's like multiple suggestions for Oliver Stone films and I was really fascinated about that like why Oliver Stone is that some sort of in joke because his movies have a lot of conspiracy theories. I'm guessing that's it, but it fell off. weirdest throwaway referenced in the background It did work on me. I didn't even get it. I didn't even see that. Yeah, there's like three or four signs pointing to Oliver Stone films. It's weird. Hey, me and Ray must have been so sleeping at that point break them another another little side note. I picked up on the cricket gun, which Will Smith gives to Tommy Lee Jones, you know as payback for the events of the first film The Cricket gun now, he's no Kickback. I noticed that it was kind of like they'd improved it but hadn't they got rid of the joke or they just forgotten the joke, which is probably worse. Yeah God. Yeah do they not realize that an audience has a long memory? No not even that long. It's only like four years or something or five years. That's the thing. I mean it off with some of them. It's going to be longer. Well not longer in time, but they were much younger when they saw the film and they're a little bit older when they saw the next one. So eight to thirteen It's Not Dead. To be it's going to be far more significant. They're going to have remembered little things differently. But as one of you said earlier that there wasn't anything really memorable about the film. I don't remember any of the lines and I actually barely remembered the theme tune. This is this is my point. I loved it the first film and and I said on when we talked about it the first time I had the VHS, I watched it a lot I quoted lines from the film and I did go and see this in the cinema and from watching it back today. I I remember bits thinking back to life. But like I haven't remembered them in the last eighteen years if you'd asked me before I re-watched it what happened in Men In Black 2. I'm a complete blank. I didn't even buy the VHS. I was that uninterested after I saw it off. Yeah. So yeah, so that's all the points. I have unless you guys have something else. I have one why Blue Water. Oh you talking about when they get flushed out? Yeah. Yeah, that was a painfully unfunny sequence. I'm guessing they want. Oh boy. That's a good question. Cuz it looks like a toilet bowl. Yeah, but it didn't cross water isn't blue obviously. So it's like I don't know if they wanted to look like pool water or something in a toilet. I don't know what's going on. I don't know. I can't crawl into the minds of these people. Do you want to know nurulize me now? So I think that most people who want to be neutralized after seeing this film, but then she might they might make the mistake of going to see it again. Maybe that's why I don't remember it at all. Fair enough. Yeah, only the only thing I have left on my notes because I sparse notes for this film is I did laugh at the the Auto Pilot gas. They stole from airplane. I love airplane. Okay, which is a great film. Yeah, unlike unlike this. Yeah, we're going out on a positive then with men in black two. Yeah about a completely different film. Don't get me wrong folks. If you want to film that's less than two hours and I'm very glad it was that you can look at your phone the entire time and it's just a feel the noise of the emptiest in your house. Then Men In Black II is a great choice emptiness in your house emptiness in your soul. Well, you could just do what I do and put on The Suite Life of Zack and Cody Oh, okay that didn't occur to me to do that fills in the noise and they're twenty minute episodes and I don't even have to watch them. I just have the noise in the background home until really showing my age. Hey, I watched Real Life of Zack and Cody nothing wrong with it. It's a it's a great way to fill the noise far better than Men In Black II. I think my alternative would be to watch the virtual fireplace on Netflix. That has more character development in that. Oh dear poor sonnenfeldt. He's not coming off very well on this one is he dead? Maybe he'll swing back with Men in Black 3 will have to see in a handful of weeks. Well, we have definitely laid the smack down on this film's candy-ass as Will Smith says but the question remains folks does Men In Black to make the not list now right as your guest you get the first say no way and on that it doesn't I don't well, we've already mentioned it's a not very secret society. They don't actually they're not really spies in any way whatsoever. And if we're going to judge on if it's a good film or not known as my function over to you Cam. You know you mentioned there's a lot of Burger King commercials in this movie and Burger King references. This movie is worth less than a Burger King Burger to me. Like there's nothing. This is just like the Soggy Burger in the dumpster out back. There is nothing to this movie. This is a hell no for Men In Black two in the NACA list. Okay, so we have two nose. So I guess my vote doesn't actually count now but I feel like I should say anyway, I didn't like this film as a kid and I I don't like it now. It's a definite know for me it offers. Nothing to the Men in Black franchise. It doesn't develop anyone's character. I don't think it was from my point of view a cash-strapped pure and simple. Yeah, pretty much. Yeah, I'd go with that one. It's definitely cash so that one probably didn't get that much cash either. So that's a 3 a.m. I know there's no argument on this one Men in Black 2 is not making the not list. That means both men and blacks haven't made it so far Camp. Well better luck on the third one. I don't forget International. Of course. I'm better luck on the third one. So it's a no for me. It's a no from Cam and it's a no from Ray Men in Black 2 is not making the knock list and on that Revelation the dossier on the film is complete and marked as classified. Now before we discuss what's coming up re-working everyone find you and tell more about your broadcast. Okay? Well my podcast is not perfect coffee. There are currently only three or four episodes up and every single week. I talked about my life, which is so interesting but also books that I've read movies that I've seen and T shows and I love doing my own little mini opinion charts and I don't care that people don't agree with me because why should I you could find me on Spotify on iTunes on Google podcasts and popping and you can find me at need underscore three underscore mugs over on Twitter wage. Yeah, you definitely needed more than three coffees to get through Men in Black 2. And if you ever come back for the follow-up on the Men in Black film, I'm sure you'll need at least twenty or so. Just hook it up to your veins. Yeah, you know, I've quite often thought about getting a caffeine IV. It was certainly keep you awake for it. Anyway, right cam. What are we tackling next week? We are going to take on the 1994 Arnold Schwarzenegger film True Lies directed by James Cameron. This was a massive hit in 1994 and I'm looking forward to seeing how it holds up. Yeah. I've never seen it. I've gone on record saying that I'm not seeing I've been lambasted on Twitter about it. So I will finally be watching this film. I'm quite looking forward to it. Awesome right? Have you seen it? I have Jamie Lee Curtis is probably the best thing it can't disagree with their yeah, great a guy. So your mission folks if you choose to accept it is to watch True Lies with us and don't forget you can find the Dead. Not list, of course on letterboxd.com with a list of films that we've covered so far and will be covering in the future and you can of course follow us discreetly month on social media at spy Hearts. That's s p y h a r d s on Facebook Twitter and Instagram, but until next week listeners wage, good luck among the Shadows.

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Ep. 202: From the Two Kingdoms of Nature

MeatEater Podcast

1:52:51 hr | 1 year ago

Ep. 202: From the Two Kingdoms of Nature

"This is the media in your podcast coming in you. Shirtless severely vote bidding in my case underwear. Listening Hunt podcast. You can't predict anything presented by on X.. Hunt creators of the most comprehensive digital mapping system for hunters download the hunt APP from the tunes or Google play store nor you stand Dan with Onyx. Gay Scott started out with a correction. But it's weird correction because the mistake hasn't been made yet it's a preemptive correction Kinda you understand I guess but it's all messed I stopped because we're all we're dealing with all this happening in the future which none of it has happened yet man back. It's like that Might Ajay Fox movie back to the future. My Dad had always said never apologize in advance. Oh well he is alive now. We're glad he's not. Here's here's what happened. I was talking about new our talking on his show that we haven't released yet about a gentleman it was a like a math ring a drug ring And a couple of these gentlemen within this meth amphetamine ring turned on one of their associates and tied him to the tree and spread Bacon all around him so the bears would come and eat them and the guy got his hands enrolled looped up with Bacon and was able to pull free no about the story. I haven't heard it was years reason wii many years ago. The mistake happened where I was talking to a journalist and I don't know how can how it happened but I felt that the journalists I was talking about was telling me that he wrote the story and he said that he likes reposted. He likes the story so much that he reposted every year on facebook but it turns out. It wasn't the feller I was talking to. He was talking about another writer by the name of John. Craig who covered this trio of gentlemen involved in this ring. What happened was that they they like turn on their associate and drive off out in the woods and they go and they got to get this pistol? They got a twenty two pistol. They had to fix because the cylinder was loose. It was on it and so they put it drill bit in there to hold the cylinder in place and they go out and go to shoot their associate with the twenty two in the twenty. Two misfires is like out of movie. They go to shoot them out in the woods. And the twenty two you this twenty misfires and in one of the guys starts arguing. Did it must be divine intervention. So they shouldn't shoot him so then he takes the pistol and points it off in the woods and pulls the trigger in the pistol goes off and then they have a conversation conversation and decide not to shoot associate and instead they tie him between two trees and then Hang Bacon around on the limbs because they've stopped at a convenience store which we used to call party stores Tie Up between two trees and Hang Hang Bacon around Christmas ornaments and give them a good pistol-whipping with the twenty two and leave Nair but eventually he frees himself a kind of like how even these folks leave a little bit of space for God and they're saying Ah yes. So can we gas boys. I'm telling you this guy talking to us. God's looking down upon them guess which state take a stab Jesse people with this they think lick skillet Wyoming wasn't it. Oh No it's I'm going Mississippi just say Michigan Away. Who What type of bears did you just give away the answer? I'm going to New Mexico. These fellers reported in the spokane paper by believe these fellers Alaska doing these things to each other in in Idaho they grew up in the woods. Peterson thirty nine. Instead he grew up in the woods near Orient Washington sometimes living in so he was never afraid. Bacon would cause animals to eat them. That's a line. Sure I knew I had. It made brought the bacon out but the headlines. A great headline duo tried killing man with Bacon home. It do. That's a hard due out. Do hotrod killing man with Bacon. Suspects accused of using pork to lure animals after gun failed headline writer. Yeah Hurry think Johnny Knoxville War Bacon suit on Jackass one time. There's another headline bizarre case. Bizarre Bacon case ends in a nine and a half year. And this guy's a horrible headline writer. I was that John Craig Goonies Bazaar Bacon case ends in nine and a half year rap wrap no punctuation victim was tied to trees surrounded by Bacon as lure for predators. But the the real problem isn't that that I've screwed up. The real problem is that we're talking about something that happened in nineteen ninety seven. was that a problem just as a longtime ago to be cover news from from nineteen ninety-seven this point now. I was just an old thing. Urban Legend happened a few days after the anniversary the battle a little bighorn as move on to something new something Fresher Yanni pick it up with the woman. I'm in love with Lola. They called her. Well it's interesting. She's the site. The archaeological site is in who ooh La. She was GonNa take me a second to find. It is a story pre nineteen ninety-seven this France. Well it's kind of it's either. You're depending how you look at it. It's either brand new or it's thousands of years old. The site is on Danish island. Of what the site is I I it's okay I can. I can set the space first and then talk about what's going on. I said it's building it up and we're GONNA find out how Lola got her name name because the site is on the Danish island of I think you would pronounce it Lalla because it's L. O.. L. A. N. D. Not lowland this this. Okay keep going. I'm waiting for this is not how would lay it out but go ahead. So at this site. They've had a the excavated a piece piece of chewing gum many years ago the piece of chewing gum as we know it. It's Birch pitch that folks use to use to tools. They needed some sticky substance in there to hold something together right and they also found that folks used to chew on it. They think that people were chewing on it to soften it up prior to us now. He's doing a good job. Well so it's interesting that really like and this is why everybody should just leave arrowheads shit in the woods when they find them real rude. They pulled us out thirty years ago. And it's just it's been sitting in a museum and the author assumes a lot of people like museum curious themselves but that people that You know handle the the budget would say why the hell you spend money to store this piece of pitch just a black piece of junk right well thirty years later the dude extracts distracts your whole human. How do you how do you say you know genome out of it and we put together this picture of a girl that was at this kill site and Paul Harvey here man? He's doing a great job. You stay get the better better better on the edge of my seat. Narino happen And Yeah turns out she was at a like a toolmaking huntings type site. And what's cool is that they can with this. DNA coming out of her mouth. They can also see what she was. Recently eating five thousand seven hundred years ago. That's right and she was had recently eaten hazelnuts and the Mallard Duck when I told Jesse about this. WHO's with us here today? Jesse when I talk about this I told them dark. Skin Blue Eyes had just just eating mallards and hazelnuts and he said I like her. I kind of Gal you might have to make a new dish for the restaurant draw. You know the low laptops or something and work some. I'll bet at work our nasal nuts hazelnuts delicious. Go to work pitch in there somehow not not far from where my ancestors come from. This is like do north of Germany kind of at the south western tip of the Baltic Sea. Yeah it looks like a little. There's a picture of the actual thing it's like a two centimeter long Gaba picture. Those big league chew if big league chew was black. I gotta go bigly choose to big. It's definitely like a big league. Choose Harvey you want it. That's true but there it. Is it a scale. It's roughly two centimeters maybe two and a half centimeters white. So you're right. It is is actually more like a like someone taking a big bigly gave my kids to inch. Yeah Black Black Gabow. It just looks like a black guy but chewing gum but there to pull all that information lactose intolerant which what's interesting about. lactose intolerance portion of this is. They're interested in and it helps you put together. Animal Husbandry because once people started domesticating started using domestic mastic cows and getting milk and he's lactose those cultures that adopted milk. You See lactose tolerance in those cultures. So so Hunter and there's a painting over a beautiful painting I'd hanging on my damn wall. Dark hair blue is got a lot of animal hides on. She's got a little fish trap basket. She's got her fish. Spear she's got a couple of Drake mallards. You haven't even showed me the profile pic. There is is right there. You need to get that picture and have say on the bottom one nice. Yeah exotic mallards house. She down in those birds. I wonder yeah loved Noman. She just snuck up to him and got probably got that spear random through another news story. Sorry we've covered this a fair bit and if you're looking down like if you were looking down from outer space and you were watching what's happening on I'll royal and Lake Superior you would have a sad would laugh so we reported you know. I'm just GonNa assume that everyone listens to every episode and so they've been following the saga of royal but the they brought not new wolves out to supplement the last two wolves that are on isle. Royale which I already used to be Caribou and links even somewhat modern era even though I think it was an early nineteen hundreds it was like a lynx Caribou island then through unst unst unknown. Things happened the thing. Throws things walkout leave it became a Moose Wolf and there's wolves there for like a relatively short period. The time the wolves started not doing well from inbreeding. Because it's on island. They can only get out there when rarely when the thing freezes so then the Moose started Ardabil nut real good. I've oppose hunting season. And people go out and get some Moose but they thought Oh let's bring more wolves out so they only have two of the original wolves left. It crossed crossed out on the ice and they catch a bunch of new jobs and put them on the island and guess what happens right away. Kill them they killing you rich and the new rules kill the original too. That's in the news in the south. Got Any thoughts on any of that. No No. That's it thanks killing wolves great. Oh the anymore news. I want to talk about the gator band in California but not quite there yet. You Good Johnny Man. Let's talk about but Texas let's do our introductions go ahead. Jt Jt van Zandt fishing guide here in Rockport Texas. That's about it. Yeah uh-huh how many days but you don't live here. I live here you most relative. Yeah I kind of kind of migrate a little bit of Texas. Born born and raised seventh generation found fly fishing back in the early nineties. This is one of the first spots I came to chase redfish with my new fly. Rod was just kind of blown away by the habitat and freedom to explore these marshes. And I've got a wife and kids. I'm not totally sure. I want to raise here so I spend spend a couple of hundred days in a row sometimes down here and my family comes to visit me down here working your ass off and yeah moving back and forth my WIPF Held down a job for about eighteen years with apple and recently convinced her to quit to be with our boys fulltime so she's home schooling taken on a whole new life offend. Yeah so we've got a lot of freedom you know there's some things in the works down here that I'm just letting play out before really build a house I had. I had setup pretty permanent in Canal House on Copen obey and then hurricane harvey kind of wipe that out so now you guys have seen my little rental which is pretty sweet kind of small to raise a family of foreign but super convenient all bills paid right on the water so I want to try to hold onto that place and kind of figure out the next move some crabs basically in your yard. Yeah my front yard. It's pretty NEAT sunrise every morning. Once redhead ducks yeah so you know instead instead of getting older so I gotta make up my mind hold you know fifty and I like meeting dudes that are like little older. Meeks healthy picture. Elsie picture. Because you're pretty spry. Still standing up on that doormat in the Air Poland around all day right. I think if I if I was more certain Terry I'd be in bad shape at this point like keeps young and healthy then the Tequila knocks me back down a little bit better. You take the top off and then Jesse Griffiths you've been on the show before a couple of times man of few words tell everybody Yeah Jesse Griffis. I'm the chef-owner of Di Do a butcher shop at Supper Club in Austin and we also have a little talk career and We run a a hunting fishing. School called new school traditional traditional cookery go around state actually everywhere and a Kinda show people how to Cook Butcher and enjoy their game more thoroughly in episode. I think it was called. You WanNa talk about shooting hogs or something like that. Yeah Yeah people can learn about more about your thing. There This kind of came out what we're doing right now down here kind of came out of that experience because we decided we were down here and went to your restaurant and we covered that meal pretty extensively right. I think you know talking talking up. No Guy Yeah talking flounder and so we came down. That's what we just did is went. Nilghai hunting yeah. That's a good time. Lay that out for people like what the basic groove Nilghai is brought over here In the nineteen twenties and to to coastal big coastal ranches in Texas notably the king. And they've become very Native eight of down there they. I'm sorry that's improper. Just call them native. But I think they've native is a bit simulated. I was scolded by a friend of mine. WHO's a biologist? Mike rule who I had put a thing on instagram or had a picture of a Nilghai. The Guy and I had mentioned your use your phrase where they've been accepted as honorary natives among locals but he took offence. Let's call it a cultural native native is I mean I mean I think to the point that there's a there's a Spanish word for an Indian antelope now an an ESA Valentine. And that's what they're called Gudgeon right now so. I think that speaks a lot to their kind of their acceptance into the the vernacular down there. So what does it. There's there's a bunch of things that whether he likes the word or not there's a bunch of things there's a bunch of introduced species in this country. Sure there were introduced. They're not deleterious not trouble causing you mean like Europeans. While I wasn't going there point right. Yeah we're like a deleterious. They were a deleterious species. Sure not trouble causing and great local acceptance meaning. No one's looking to get rid of him when I say that. Meaning like Wild Turkeys in California Idaho Washington Montana on Tanna Wyoming pheasants exam in all over Sika deer around Chesapeake Bay. Nilghai down here. It's not narrative but people can't point to like damage. I can't point to some huge problem. They're causing and people dig them. Yeah and one of them. Yeah Yeah I think there's I mean there's a lot of value to them they they're almost a currency down there eating extensively even if people don't have the access to to haunt them which is a bit controlled. It's its own issue because of the big ranches they habitat but everyone down there snow guy and his preferred protein for everybody. That's it's lives in south of kingsmill all the way to the border. It's it's because the there's such a giving animals are huge. I mean there are six hundred pounds and so it's something that is fairly early available as a game meat when you look at them. It's like you look at it. Doesn't even make sense for a minute. The shape of them or the color. Yeah blue but they're like the people call them Blue Bulls Lubov yeah. They're very got low ass. They have have a real like angular upward pitch toward the shoulders. The heads seems too small. Yeah the next seems too long. They ruin kind of like a giraffe. Now that's a good way to put their gate big sons of bitches. Big Put a picture of a Nilghai on Instagram at Steven Rayle. Now there was. There was a little bit of There was a little bit of Most people are like. Oh that's cool. Do it some day. But there was a little grumbling. A little grumbling rumbling about almost be nice most be nice. Oh I can tell you. It doesn't take helicopters and having a big fat you know your own. TV show kind of budget to go hunt Nilghai because we actually hung out with a dude helped us out that runs Nilghai Hans down there. Same ranch that we were on his other ranches that you can get on. His Guy Hunt is less than three thousand dollars. Yeah you can't get anywhere west for that kind of money. That's what they charge. Yeah Yeah I think he said it was like twenty seven fifty or twenty eight fifty something right around there you know so who knows what you could get a cow and it will give me a cow. I mean that's one thing that I think about a lot. It's no wonder how that affects the the population because almost no one is shooting cows. which is exactly what I would wanna go after I mean? They're not as big but I mean judging from the meat quality of giant bowl a cow that's sixty sixty percent that size and having the qualities of that typically pertain to the female of the species. I think it'd be incredible meat. And you'd probably find. I had a better more budget hunt that way. And there is one Drawn Hunt the parks and wildlife offers on LAGUNA OUT OF COSA. That's right down there. But I've heard it's It's it can be a bit crowded Because I think it's such a desirable thing I mean. That's a freezer filler right there. So everybody's putting in for that hunt but I mean it is limited but I mean that's going to you're going to go back two hundred and fifty years of the historic land distribution down there in that. It's it's divided amongst a handful of huge ranches some of the biggest in the world. And that's where those no guy stay. Because has they have relative safety there in that there's controlled Hans for them and then that's where those populations set up and it's just it is what it is and so it is. It's not a limited resource because people built fences around him. It's just it's a limited resource because they've settled in this very unique part of the world. That's historically controlled controlled by just a handful of families highly inaccessible. Yeah I just typed up I just typed up thing I just went dude like a general little google search. So how would this be. It costs more to hunt a high fence. Nilghai did it does the hunt of free range. Nilghai guaranteed am I am. We're all you can go. You want you can go. You can go shoot append up one for thirty five hundred bucks you can shoot a real one while wandering wandering around for twenty seven fifty Nilghai cows price on request. Yeah see so. It's presumably less expensive offensive. Absolutely and then you're going to get you gotta figure coming home with A. Let's say you did the bowl hunt. Twenty seven fifty. You're coming home with the two hundred pounds meat. Yeah no Yanni got a good. They got a high yield high yield inspired on that on the way like the. What's called the Latvian now? It's not like the lab. SMIRK is different. He disapproved I vocalise. Yeah the face. He made the lambing cal a lot. There was how many how many are there in the wild just-you. I don't know I think that the surveys on the ranch that we were at around two thousand just on that property which is relatively small property a fair amount of research it's looking like taxes harbors around Between thirty and forty thousand law we I mean how long from less than twenty animals that were brought from a zoo in San Diego onto the king ranch. I believe that that did happen. But there's also been more that were from India. I gotcha was too that they don't they can't really spread north there at like at least on our Continent they're at their most northern range in taxes so much on the ranch that we were on they said when they had a really bad cold winter awhile ago all the Nilghai Oh guy actually migrated to the southern end of the ranch where unfortunately for them there was. There's a high fence on the neighboring ranch and so they got stuck there and we just drove down that fence line and we could like if you just looked into the bushes ten twenty yards it was like Nilghai Skull Outer Nilghai skull without even looking. We've found what three four right very literal running away. From North Wind Lay ran south. They ran south to escape trip. Do how how wildly like AAC terrifying. That cold. must've been to them an animal. That just doesn't recognize cold and their their basic instinct which is to run away away from their heads some on the powder horn but they didn't do well up there right. I too far north yet. Funny Man I'm in a live chat right now with someone at a place the classic this I want to get into this a little bit like how Taza what's coming. Texas is the lowest of the low and now also the highest the high in terms of like goodness. Here I'm trying to live chat live. Chat with Samantha at a place that has a hunting blind. You can hog hunt from our hunting blind that holds ten people. This blind has a TV that receives live game camera footage a poker table air conditioning and a fully stocked bar. Sounds like a house. This is in Texas it has to be on the the only the only mistake. And that is the word hunt if you call it what it is then. It's pretty luxurious situation. Still waiting for my reply layout layout how one can hunt. Can I tell you this though. Files Guy pooping piles. You showed me this. Yeah the circular latrines. Yeah they make a pile llamas do that. They mark their territory by making piles and and they're all over all. Let's do a really good job of describing the poop pile. Okay you described live chat live chat with the poker table. Yeah she described glitch. No Guy that doesn't have over the years and have no try to see though a party in this blind or they got all all kinds of it's like one of those places where they have everything in the world chained up over my ears a marketer you can is this high fenced. I know what it's probably like a luxurious anchor. Pack Bongo to live action video. The beast one hundred Arabian Oryx. Is there a tiger on the list. Let me check. I can hundred Paolo about draft same over one for us probably Texas dall sheep. Thomson's Gazelle Water Water Buffalo wildebeest zebra ask her out on a mess. The lady is phenomenal. donal no lions thing. I only put into question guidelines. Let's get back to reality so no I was guiding get quite a few people from Texas they come to Colorado Lot and we you know somehow is now always but over the course of the years. Numerous times I heard about these animals neil guy and everybody if they tell you about Nilghai. They're going to tell you about their poop pile they they don't well. That was my experience. Tell you about they'll take you can't bring him down. No you know what I had heard that until we got ready for this trip. Oh so people tally. anyways you know the way it was described to me. I was imagining something that you saw. It was booby big enough to play King of the hill on like Stephen Run up there and I run run a bathroom and push him off the edge of the no guy latrine pile and there. We are not that impressive K.. I was imagining. I'm back Alama ship pile. Yeah well with all due respect piles have been reported to be as high as ten feet. Oh but I don't know. India has one hundred thousand of these using sure maybe Average pilot we saw was. I'd say three to five feet in diameter and you know only a few inches above of the taller seemed like they just got wider like the bigger ones were were greater comfort. Yeah I tall. I had hunt plan Dan of spread out laxatives and in Sitton one of them poop pile. There's so many ooh piles that it does not like you know. It's not like like a water hole in a desert every the paying on on the area. But every like hundred the yards there's to plow some spots like every fifty yards depending on. It's a good way of putting it but the place where we talk about the place. Turn go ahead tell everybody about the play the area so it's on the kind of just south of the of the king ranch doesn't extend all the way to the Gulf but just Occupies a section of that rolling Super Sandy. kind of Dune influenced brush country. How did you become friends of those guys? That's a long story. At one of one of the friends of our host was sold artichokes to farmers market years ago. And so so Back then artichokes for big deal for us and how many more how unique they were well. There's there's more there's a couple more options for artichoke. But at the time he had background Jesse will only sell stuff in his restaurant from Texas. Right so come taxes right so when you see some. Don't have it exciting like an artichoke. which has a very very short season? We would jump all over that even as olives and shit right. Yeah yeah name it. So we we would by a ton of artichokes and preserve them. Do whatever it is we could To really celebrate the artichokes so this guy's like why are you buying somebody artichokes then turns out he was from from Brownsville and then we started talking hunt and stuff like that and then his friend. He's like oh by the way I got some land and then I go there. And they're like oh it's a very special whole place they don't want it. Don't I mean the deer were. They don't bake friendly now. There's no feeders. There's no blinds. There's there's