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72. What if jellybeans worked at a grocery store?

What If World

16:34 min | 1 year ago

72. What if jellybeans worked at a grocery store?

"Hey whatever's the real life memo Jim. My mom is visiting me this week with my Stepdad and they are meeting baby. Eighty callum for the first time. So we're replaying an old episode. I'm particularly fond of our first ever with a character known as Hayes. I the hands the Fire Lion. I hope you enjoy it. And we'll be back next week with a brand new episode word if kids grandkids Games a travel back inside inside. Welcome Susan Hey there folks and welcome back to what if world the a show where your questions and ideas inspire off the cuff stories. I'm Mr Eric Your host and today we've got a question from cleon fee. ooh She's saying saying hi. My name is Leeann. I like owls cat and she asks what if Jelly beans works at a grocery store. Thank you I've been waiting for J. F. -cat to come back especially because I had a question from William that'll really easily add on to this story. Romaine is William and My favorite thing is cats cats talk. It's about time oh JFK. Oh Hi yourself. But now we've got to get to our story. What of Jelly beans worked at a grocery store plus US talking cats? Mr Bean ran a small grocery store along with his daughter. Julie now Mr Bean Begin spoke fluent candy but he needed a little help from Julie. Bean to talk to the customers. They were a small grocery store. A pop and daughter Operation Mr Bean like to say in his native tongue That's what it sounded like asked Julian why the customers sometimes saying weird takings jokes. Why would they have the joke that just buying things from you? Sometimes I think I'd like them better. If they just didn't joke it was early morning or at least they thought it was. It was hard to tell ever since that Phoenix Taco acco stole the sun but they went about stocking and cleaning up the grocery store wanting for their first customer to arrive our grocery store run by jelly beans. This has to cater to all kinds of folk especially candy folk so while they had a big fresh fruit and produce section on the other side of the store for there was a fresh chocolate and gumy section in the middle. You had your canned good. Your soup syrups dried pasta and instant cake meal will. It was the most colorful grocery store you'd ever seen ringing was the sound of someone stepping in the grocery store or more like flying in drew who to. I'm sorry I don't speak our said Julie Really being I speak candy. And what ish and a little bit of Bug Elise but now al who right then who can tell me where your meat is. That's right. Owls are carnivores uh-huh who guessed it. I guess stepped. Please excuse my accent. That was a rhetorical who meets all the way at the back. And we also have complete protein alternative for the vegetarian. Our what do you have soy me. Soham who said that you have to look down a little further. Pets my Papa. Mr Bean Jelly beans get awfully small in their old age. Who so the two he says we don't have soy mice just yet but we have? Soy crickets gets very well and the old owl started flying towards the back of the grocery store. Ringing another customer it was a distinct black and white cat but where had she seen. Its likeness before that had a kind of a paunchy kitty belly that hung almost to the floor and ended wore a smart little bow tie or was that just a pattern of it's for your genetic to Jay have said Julie Bean. Well I just spell it with one Andrzej your our President Mitre Hugh doing grocery shopping. Now let me tell you. It's important to do your own jaws sometime even if you'd rather just nap in the sun for nineteen hours a day out. Do you carry. Saw Me so sorry and of the week think very well. I'll just take that old owl me. No I'm just kidding. I know your customer you ringing The next customer was very tall. Cat like a lion a fiery red lion who stood up on his rear legs and he had the hands of black iron that you could feel the heat coming off them from across the grocery store. Oh tear now. Don't you worry. Wouldn't dad EH. Cause trouble around the hers end and J. F. -cat stocked off confidently leaving Julie being alone with the new customer she. He looked up at the giant lion. Who walked around just like a human? She felt pretty nervous talking to someone who can squish in one step. Hello I am me. Here's the fire. I'm Julie being the Jelly being. I have conquered countless lands in the name of Queen Cleon fee. I helped my dad from the grocery store. Then you must answer this question truthfully do yet carry so me so now but we do have rice mice. Four out of five carnivores can't tell the difference. That ratio is too low for my queen. I'm stuck your aisles in search which of a substitute I must get to the register who this was a fun trip for an old owl. No areas your father. I would like to say goodbye to whom to him. Oh that's just a little owl whom well I've heard a rumor that or Elat bloomer to homer who you've got me little girl well tell your father goodbye and the old owl paid for his food and flew out of the grocery store. She rolled her eyes at the old owls jokes and looked up to see Hayes iron hands. I see this Gusta married. I need to exchange jokes with deregister slave. I'm not a slave. Mr Bean gives me an allowance. Very well here. It is my job. You are a Jelly Bean. So I will eat you. Please don't Mr Bean stumped over to the giant was about a thousand times is I. I am sorry if I offended you. I still do not understand how the humor works. Moore Firm. He says that I didn't know you were joking. Because you're joke wasn't very friendly but I watched the show closely when he joked he used the word rumor which is not a word so I said that I was going to eat you even window. I did not intend to each. You know it wasn't funny to me or anyone here. Are you going to buy something. Of course course. I will continue to hunt through the aisles. For what I seek whatever. Just then she noticed J. F. -cat had stacked up a tower or of sardines that went almost up to the ceiling. He had climbed to the top of the highest shelf with one last sardine cannon hand one more can and it should be enough to get me through the week Joe Joe Fluffy capped. But do you intend to do with that ten foot tall tower of Sardines. It's all I intend to buy and eat it. How are you going to cut it out of here? Well are it's quite simple. I will demonstrate in straight and JFK ever so carefully placed that last can of Sardines atop the tower. Okay and now. What but J. F.? Cat didn't seem to hear her. He was just judging the tower as it swayed to and fro who had pushed off with his paws just a little bit and then lean back and then he would sway with the tower and turn his head this way and that. Don't you dare jump on top of that tower. Jeremy in the cat leaped off the grocery shelf onto the tower of cans which toppled right towards the register when two dozen secret service dogs rushed into the grocery store and caught four sardine ardine cans a piece in their mouths and stack them all up by the Register O.. J. F. -cat you see you want something picked up. They jazz half an October. Okay you got me. J of cat paid for his groceries and left. Hey Zeus is iron hens had been watching this particular trick and now he thought he understood humor. Oh piteously small-market girl come back to the butcher jerk geese. Oh what now grown Julie Bean and went to find the lion done. I have simply decided what I what to buy all of this meat. I have thrown on the floor better by it. You just ruined all of it you only think ruined it watch an hey. Zeus reached out with his iron hands and burst a jet of flame over all of the meat. It crisp up in an instant all the smoke. It made set off the sprinklers throughout the entire grocery store laugh at my feline antics. The Julie Bean wasn't laughing. Hey Zeus iron hands looked at the little girl and then looked all over the grocery store. It wasn't just his meat. That was getting rained on by Queens. Leon fees ten foot. What have I done with quick? Tiny little jets of flame shot from his iron fingers. He fused shut each of the sprinklers. So that the water stopped then he spread out his hands in the shimmering wave and a Balmy heap spread through the whole store turning all the water into just a whole lot of humidity. Like I'd have joke. Was that supposed to be discussing wage. Agm just give me a chance. Lastly he ran around the grocery store. It was so humid. The very the era made his for wet but he opened every door and window wide and watched the steamy air. Slowly spill. Out of the store exhausted exhausted. He padded over to little Julie. Bean it seems I. Oh You my deepest apologies and the great lion bowed. Low blow to the Little Jelly Bean are just do not understand. George Humor My father says the humor should be like liked friendly trick and you can play it on yourself or on anyone. That won't really get hurt. She had little syrupy tears. Clouding up her. Gummy dummy is and she couldn't quite make out the giant lion as he spoke. I see so the owls just played a trick with words but he did not threaten each and the little cat king hasn't been he made you think he was going to destroy your store but he did not not like you. You all right get the hang of it. I should stick to playing tricks on myself. I think I think that would be a good idea. Still melted melted our whole sprinkler system. I didn't give you fifty scales from a Golden Dragon in recompense. We accept cash credit. What check but I was making a joke? And Julie blinked away her tears to see a credit card held and the iron hands of a big wet capped. You See I am getting the hang of this Schumer. He was so wet from the sprinklers. She realized the big puffed out giant lion when his main furry was matted down was just just a long lanky cat wearing pig iron gloves. Yes you thought. I only had dragon scales to bay but I I had other ways to bay. That was kind of funny but my don't understand. What many look down at his own for weight this whole I am? I thought I was mighty mini. It's not funny little funny. Brian must fix this. I cannot be seeing this way. AND HIS BLACK IRON HANDS LIT UP RED again coursing around him in a flash of fire and his dried up for puffed pasta out until he looked like a big red fluffy ball reaching nearly to the ceiling. Julian Mr Bean looked at the mighty fluff ball and his iron hand raised his chin. Nobly believe I must leave while ice still tatum. My dignity and the giant noble fluff ball rolled himself to the register to pay for his meat and melted sprinklers. Clears if you would like to come back some time and not destroy our store. I would like to see you. No one had ever said those words to hey zeus before I would like to see you for that matter. He never made anyone laugh before I there was a really good feeling and so his use looked back at little. Oh Julie being with a wink and his iron hands blasted with fire again. Sending him gently floating into the sky like a furry red balloon. The Right Qiliang fiene William. I hope you enjoyed your your story folks at home before we go. I WanNa let you know that we have a po box. A lot of you have asked about mailing in your letters and your artwork and now you can Dan and it's P. O.. Box four nine zero five Panorama City California nine one four zero to put that in the link to the episode to. I'd like to thank all my new patrons and we'll be shouting out some more next week as always Karyn. Marshall O'Keefe my editor and producer Jason Key for our artwork. Mark Craig Martinson for our theme song and all you funny kids out there for your friendly tricks because a mean joke isn't really a joke at. Aw Aw until we meet again. Keep wondering

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LCB Ep. 321 - Top 5 LEAST Favorite 2020 Movies, Wonder Woman 1984 Review, Michael Keaton/Batman Fiasco, and MR. BEAN!

Lights Camera Barstool

1:41:50 hr | 7 months ago

LCB Ep. 321 - Top 5 LEAST Favorite 2020 Movies, Wonder Woman 1984 Review, Michael Keaton/Batman Fiasco, and MR. BEAN!

"Hey what's up guys. It's big cat before you start listening to this episode. I want to let you know that we're running a special sale on all barstool merch. Go to store dot barstool sports dot com and use code podcast for ten percent off goto store dot barstool sports dot com and use code podcast for ten percent off dominated dumb net around fifty and beyond got me out of this massive your pay. You can't handle the truth. Maybe not maybe fuck yourself shoot. Your kid forgot. What we've got here is saying. Yes we're going. We don't lead he. Ali welcome the lights camera bar. Still episode I don't even. I don't even know. Is it the first episode of two thousand and twenty one. I think it is yeah. It's definitely my first episode to our first episode and that is the voice of truro ball episode. Three hundred one trill went remote. A went remote. You did i went to. I went to like the middle of nowhere. Just got away using the lens. Yep and It was nice. But i thought it was going to get more seller than i actually did. So ended up having to pundits and things but these guys covered it. Appreciate that I will. I will say very hard the whole digital detox thing very very fucking heart. You asked us at one point. Like what did i miss. Which is something someone says and they wake up from like a six hour nap like. Oh what's that was like four days four days. Yeah yeah no. I joined it. Don't get me wrong. it was. It was nice but you have to like You have to get so. I forgot to pack my nintendo switch. Right so i was like. Oh i can do it at first i can just be alone with my thoughts and then like three hours later. I'm off fuck now. Started just started like reading. You know shampoo bottles and stuff and then i remember to have my switch like six days in or whatever and started replaying breath of the wild which which was a lot of fun. So i'm back and it's nice to be back on the pod as the kids. Say back on the podcast. The the use always had this thing they say. Hey man you back on the podcast. I said yeah. I am a lot has happened since we last pod. Two of our three browns made the fucking playoffs. It's a complete shit show now. 'cause they'll head coach and but i'm very happy about that. Cold scott in ten jax quarterback is very good coach. It did fire the coach and other interviewing jason garrett so everything's good can keep getting away with it him and adam gates is going to be like alabama's or now it's just it's it's also like lane kiffin just some guys get ten thousand opportunities continuously. I don't i don't really get the the Yeah the colts I'm excited about the colts. I i think they're looking at the start of the long period of success that they're they're young franchise quarterback in place at the helm getting into the playoffs. The first year of the franchise like josh. That's really good for for first year. Unheard of this guy before. But he's he's done really well a crazy throwing motion that whippersnapper phil Yes that happened. I tried playing a video game. I i love my. Ps four all the way to texas Bag was over. The fucking limit to that was stupid. That was the i regret. I was like i should not a fucking brought this thing as are like us or you're fifty one pounds. How do you pay the fear. You try to rearrange your bag at that. I did habita- dog. I had the dog. And i'm not a big airport complainer. In shoutout to people working airports. Right now because i mean i know. They're not nurses and doctors but they're right there with millions of people travelling. And so i cannot be a fun job however this one person was really being a fucking asshole to me. It's not it was fifty one pounds at bag in one hand. A dog in the other hand. And they're like yeah. You're going to have to end. Because i had a dog. i would have to have gone all the way back to the other side of the terminal to the service counter to pay for it. And so i was like i'll pay for it. I don't care they got no. You can't pay for it here. Finally someone stepped in was like why didn't put the fucking back on the plane like it's fifty one pounds. I was three pounds over one time. And i was traveling alone with with my child and I just i paid the fee. Because i'm i'm like i literally cannot rip open this bag and it wasn't it was like pre covid so she wasn't quite a toddler yet so she wasn't as lake nimble on her feet but she's still. It would have been a bad parenting moment. I made the right choice. they're the five is grossly over overweight. I've been lugging it back and forth on weekends to new jersey and it is it is it is no less than fifty pounds on its own. It is so fucking heavy and it's frustrating and it's the way it's shaped like the. Ps four is at least flight. You can almost even fit it. Feel like a laptop space in a backpack can't do. Ps five so fucking clunky and up long. I haven't move. I hadn't moved somewhere on the. Ps four and a long long time. And i think it's because of the vents on the side like i wondered if my computer at home and unwired everything it took me a while and when i picked it up i forgot i. You was and i'm meet. That was my i regret. I was like. I already hooked. It's coming with me. Ended up playing one fucking day. I downloaded the star wars game. Not my type of game just not at all and then i watched a video about somebody comparing it to how. It's basically like a playoff of secure. Oh which was an immediate bell in my head of like. I heard these guys talking about secure for six months. That's the game. I would never play because it's not my alley and this is apparently just a worse version of that It's a year. We talked about it. A lot in the podcast. But i do feel like history has As vindicated me a little bit. Because everyone was going fucking bananas for that game when it came out. I don't mean like calling it. The greatest game ever but people are like eight ten nine out of ten best star wars game released in a while yet. That is that is true. It is the best star wars game released in the while. It's not a good thing though that it's a it's that's the problem is that it's all relative to other star wars games that have been released. Which roy absolutely shitty and then that one was just not shitty in that immediately makes it to us in other stores fence. The made did they just i. I'll never get over the fact that they made. They made a archie djeddai. This that was my other takeaway. I didn't know enough about the game. And i have no issue with the actor with cameron monaghan. Is that his name. But it's it's it's an entirely other actor which is crazy but it looks so much like caja that drives me up the wall. I i people speculating. Like maybe he's the maybe he's the jetta that shows up and gets grew and i was like like that's a video game like i know that other video game things they've put video game things in mandalorian that had very deep seated lower like they had been there forever after playing that game. Fuck that. I'm very happy. I did not like that guy at all. Can you imagine that ritchie cunningham motherfucker. Tim nervion seventy five percent of people watching the shows. Like who the fuck is that. I have to learn the lord though because actually a little trivia news for people myself ken jack in robbie fox are in the draft pool. If you're a movie trivia fan on youtube schmo down. We are in the pool. I can't apply to me. Just put you in the fucking all movies thing. I assume that. Perfect so. Ken jackson the draft school for all movies The geek dome which is like marvel lord of the rings star wars star and then just the star wars robbie fox myself are in for star wars and The just the geek stuff sell it. I'm after watch solo again. Watch one time. Oh yeah yeah so. I ended up just going back and watching all the cut scenes for the star wars game. Just gonna learn like. I want to know you should've played cyberpunk like a like an intro. I was very tempted but he gotten gotten so long into my trip. And i was like just i'm not going to get. It stopped playing a true. I like i. I finished the campaign like three hundred missions and then just start playing cold war online. Which i've got much better at a man. I'm sitting around to katie. It's pretty good for me though. Some pretty solid to to actually yeah. I'm going to get back into cyberpunk. I'm i'm going to repay myself again. I lame. Yeh just because i i got to win breath in the wild where i just played enough of it in that span of time that i need to someone else to play and i got cyberpunk just sitting there and god knows God knows i've talked about it enough. We've got cyberpunk quite a bit stroup. Secure a to to be honest but here we are talking about it again. Like a year later i was just like i can't wait to get back to my penis to character that that fucking game secure. Oh was i've ever regretted purchase video game more because i did not make it to levels deep into that game before quitting out in industry leading it from my download. Now it's it's a. It's a nightmare of video. So fucking but it's a good feeling good for the audience that rule of those hard core games. But i'm just not about that at all What else. I guess i don't know let's let's get it. Let's get into our j. jeff the other day when we thought we were going to record on sunday. He sent the messages. Like we're talking about being dad. Oh yes i looked up being done. I was like okay and then by the time the episode came around jeff was like nobody cares about being dead. Honestly i ready to say. I actually kinda type that what i was going to say about it. Just give me some points. Iran its course by sunday night. I sent it on sunday morning or saturday whenever it happened and then sunday night. It already run. Its course it was no longer fun like fun because there was like a cancelable element to it. it was also weird and then being close to the sun. He did a licorice moment. Being dead yet. Been but i've read the threat and it was weird but it wasn't like it was obviously a guy trying too hard on the internet. What it was. And then i started going into like people legit. You know it was and that's why everybody's online right. There's gotta be that main character and the character has to get. There's somebody's at the center of the town square every day. And that's the pleasure that comes from being on twitter. Now he's going to monetize nick. Release a can opener. I'm sure i would imagine you'll agree with me. Had he not said though. This is my one take. I'll say here. How do you not said beans. I don't think anyone would care if you'd have been like a thing of ravioli. Like chef boyardee people have been like whatever but jumping about beans. Yeah with the moniker. Bean dead that's why it's like this. This guy is dean debt. which like. that's pretty funny. But if you examine it at like fifty thousand foot level like try to tell like when i try to think about like all the stuff that went on online when i was i was like you know involved in. Remember the alligator lady tweet. That was the best day on twitter so there was a very tragic death at disneyworld. A young a young boy was was killed by alligators in. Somebody made this tweet narrow like a you know. I i'm so sick of of of you know people's So and so. I don't even care that that this young boy was killed by an alligator which like was just so full of like callousness in whatever but you sit back and you think about those things like trying to explain it like what. If i tried to explain to my wife. She'd be like what are you. Give a fuck would anyone else. That's that's not the point of the website the websites. You're supposed to give a fuck about what everyone else says. But pretend not to give a fuck about what everyone else says fucking being dad by mr bean. Yes he is he he is here. I swear it's on the rundown. No it is. It's it's a great call you horseshoe his his. Pr person fucking do ruin. Just get out there and he. He ended so hot radio yet spicy. Take spicy shrimp. Sure we're talking about soon. Yeah growing concern is on rundown this episode brought to you in part. That's unbelievable brought to you in part by trifecta nutrition. That is right. Hello dc fandome. I'm roland creamer. 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We haven't done in a while Juan division nine episodes premiering next week the fifteenth or sixteenth. Throw the fridays and two episodes on the first day. I like that. A lot of people have been doing that now. New streaming service drop like two or three and then you get a little mini binge. You know little bit of many bench. And then you get back into the episodic format and i actually enjoyed that. I think that's a good way of doing sort of streaming going forward. It's it gives you kind of a bigger taste. And i think mandalorian with mandalorian to like it's fucking star wars right like it's it's star wars the first episode. They had a baby. Yoda like it was easy. This people were more skeptical of. It's the first marvel show. It doesn't have the cap. America the winter soldier. It's lesser carrots in terms of probably popularity smart to drop more than one especially because the format is weird as fuck. So i think now they're gonna you're gonna get a sense that it's gonna change up. I i'm a fan of. I'm very the more i see of this. The more excited. I get because it kind of gets wackier all the trailers even stranger and stranger. And i'm excited to see how this plays out. Yeah go ahead. Do you think this is going to have like a big big some happening in episode ones just going to get people talking with baby. Yoda did going to design it. That way seems to be a safe way to design these. These tv shows right. Just you gotta get. You gotta get the buzz going or maybe not. Maybe i'm curious what. Tv shows do they go from old to new or do they jump around. We get like. I love lucy than do we get like the office theme. I don't know i'm excited. We if we get to start maybe we'll get a mixed both may look like it doesn't turn anyone to the point of like i'm not going to make this appointment television. You know. yeah you're not gonna watch like that'd be funny to if they do to older wonderland fucking old shit black and white. I'm excited for it though. I visited for marvel content in general. But i think this one again. This is a big first test to see if this will work. And they're going to really start rolling out. The kind of never ends like once this one starts. They're just never ending they. Just there's going to be continuous for years now. star wars a new multimedia sort of franchise. They said it was only going to be books and then they announced a show. They announced a series which we talked about a few weeks ago. The high republic a couple books that launched today got me very close to ordering books. Today didn't do it. 'cause i just don't think i'm going to read it. I think i'm going to wait for someone to read it and recap it on youtube. I hate it. The jeddah's are sativa in the sitter. Indika wow what a what a reference between three today. because it's the high high. Yeah sounds like that. Sounds like a fucking bomb shop. That is an old radio shack outside. Mall rennick to the t. republic hybrid. Check this out or is it going to be like a youtube. Recap because you're going to have the star wars antennas. You're not gonna have mando. You're not gonna have anything out there. Like i gotta have a little star wars content for me after i read. The game of thrones books after watching the series. I i wanted to learn more about the lord. I just watched all these like youtube videos about the other books and stuff that i get my hands on and that was really cool and informative and people put a lot of work into that so. I'd much rather do that than half acidly read a book over the course of like six months on the subway trips for like fifteen minutes at a time so i think that's better way of doing it. Shanta qube the are probably consume the content via what gets posted on the star. Wars speculation read. It might only place for star wars discussion. Some of the most level headed star wars fans on the internet as well. Yeah i'm sure a nothing only go swimmingly this entire thing. It's ambitious right. What we want. We wanted to star wars. We want them to You know we just we just want more like a light sabers and shit someone on. Yeah what else do you want rift. Groundlings improv troupe. Jeff what do you want to star wars. Say yes yes okay. That's how you doing for ken. Jack absolute yes. Okay this is. Npr baby we can make melissa mccarthy movie out of this or a steven soderbergh movie oh matching us interact with meryl streep in any way whatsoever i would just love to improv against meryl streep like i wish i was cast in the role as like her nephew or whatever it was and i would just be like a so in this. You get corncob for this part of it. What's that when she looked when she when she was like. What are you doing on the boat. And i'm like just fucking getting just virgin chatted. Or whatever. The i'm just. I'm just getting insult by this reporter or this book person. I don't know she needed her. You should get it she. She's a professional. We could go toe to toe with meryl streep enacting any day. Maybe these days she's just on not a good tear. Maybe you will actually. You're better singer than her all. She wants to do sing so you could definitely go with her. Her creative process is is figuring out what she can sing and then ordering glasses from worby. Parker seems to the next thing. Michael key and we gotta fucking tobacco on. This one was another little now. Yeah i'm half saying this wasn't our fault. There was a story. That sort of implied. About like benef- michael keaton's batman being the main batman. So we had a tweet. That went up. Probably shouldn't use. The word confirmed whatever confirmed michael. Keaton will be the main batman within the dc replacing affleck It was a little misleading. Probe it was. I'll i'll say fifty percent our fault. It was pretty fucking vague. Pretty fucking vague. And then the follow. Tweet from this guy brooks barnes. This is not his fault. But he did say offline. Moving apartments and brent and returned to see this michael keaton craziness. I was referring to the one phil. Mckee has been announced as being in not a set of his own batman films. If i had info on him beyond the flash i would have obviously put they put it in my article So then we nine thousand retweets laters and some people were mad at us. A movie reporter. Eric davis fandango. We kind of went back and forth them all. It was very cordial people. Were like some like movie like really hard core movie report. People like fuck you your report. Fake news Handled fucking no man. But i still think. There's i think there's a little truth to this like i think keaton will probably end up being the we liked bat flake. Actually that was the other thing. Other people thought that we were like hating on. Ben affleck batman. We've all kind of said. We like banana. Ben affleck batman. I think there's a little truth of this. At some point. I think it will probably end up being like the mainline people want meant. I just look dude. I you gotta have a main batman inside batman and you gotta keep both your batmans happier. Also find out about it. Put side batmans number in your phone as a domino's find out. Let me let me read interact directly. Came from this guy. Nestor center scene. Said hi brooks barn based on your Based on your piece amount of peace some have interpreted the wbz. Doing two franchises starring batman one with patents in one with a new actor. Is that correct. Or or you're referring to keaton. As a second batman being part of a non batman centric saga and all barnes replied with was keaton. So it was. It was very vague. He did update it to his credit. He was like. I never really had it and he did in. His article did not say that but the very vague tweet again. We probably should have put confirm but we got not trust. Be and i. I'm not like upset that we got dragged. Throw very funny. I fucked to some people and the replies but it was. It was quite the saga in our in our twitter turns. You'd be the worst possessive boyfriend batman. It'd be terrible. You hack into your phone frigging finding or databases seeing what only subscribe to be the all his flock. I love the love to see him be like or more grizzled batman. I mean there's material they can offer they don't they don't have to chart the course of their own. Exactly yeah. we're a different with this. Jeffrey morgan how we wanted to play Thomas wayne batman. I forget the name of that version of batman ahead but like there's a lot of space for that. We love that the the the more time that gets delayed between now in the robert patents and batman the more. I'm talking to myself into that being no way. That's good i just have. Yeah i i don't know like i just the movie reviewing today which i haven't even mentioned wonder woman obviously did that affect that at all. It didn't it didn't help its case. I'm look i'm not. I'm not optimistic about it. Because it just in general doesn't seem like they know what they're doing but at the same at the same time it kind of feels like this. One is firewall. The little bit so so i. I don't know who knows. I'm just kind of way i'm thinking about the concept art again in lewis cool but like how's it gonna look as now's trailer is is it. That's i get. It's probably not rational. You really got no reason. It's just the track record. Should these dc movies. Stover tracker for batman is mostly. Yeah yeah that's a good point. I mean eh. Batmans been even from the schumacher on once. I don't think there's ever been like a of mainline. Batman movie that i've hated like there's no unwatchable batman even like in movies where the actual movie isn't that great like the league like was good like he was not the problem with those movies. So this is what it is. So that's kind of the news. On bamut i guess Quickly other battery read manscaping got an ice saw. I think kendrick. And i both got a mail from them. We did. Did you get a lawn. Mower three-point oh it's a cologne. Yeah they do you put on your you know your your no no no. Oh they're going. They're going full body. And you're standing there mushrooming out no pun intended. Yes happy new year for manscaping. Best in men's below the waist grooming offering precision engineer tools but also some fantastic cologne can holding. I'm going to describe it. It's like a square black box thing. That's classy guys. 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Mr bean himself to variety. I don't watch enjoy playing him. The weight of responsibility is not pleasant at find it stressful and exhausting. And i look forward to the end of it. He's treating like spiderman with power. No love it. I love it. I feel like all british actors. Can't you can't say enjoy acting or anything. Yeah maybe he but he's one of those two where he i mean he's done many things for many years. Not just mr bean. And but like that's is kind of what he's fucking known as and i imagine being being a typecast for that character like he basically played a goofy fucking guy in rat race like it was mr bean even dumber mr bean but like he was at the opening ceremony. I'll be olympics. Which was a very fucking big deal for. England in london to the queen was there and his rights. Mr bean over. Mr bean yelled yoed slack. His character he wasn't down there as rowing atkinson. It was a chariots of fire thing. And he he was. He was mr bean playing the piano fucked up the song and so like i was obviously going to do what. He's mr bean. But i feel like like this proud moment for your country. You gotta be the fucking goofball it just got to wear on you. Absolutely where salsa. He's he's playing hitler. Very into so credit to him for branching out you know. He's got he's got to be branched up more england right. Is he talking about england. There's there's just frustration at him not being able to break out to an international audience. He's here's what i come down to the dude like this is that you can bitch about having to play mr bean. All you want. His net worth is a hundred and fifty million dollars from fucking mr bean so you could survive and not enjoying. They have to play. That people go through much worse each day than emmett acts like was fucking goofball. The british cretin yes. Red-faced buffoons baoling and laughter. At these weirdos who have gone absolutely insane from living on this island for thousands of years. He's inbred red face buffoon. Or if you will you folks wigan kebab is that is the thing that's the uneasy thing about celebrities is that i definitely understand what mr bean rowing atkinson is saying here. Because i would hate doing something for that long to like. It just gets old and people say others mr bean your person yada yada yada. I get it. But here's the thing. Here's the thing about being a celebrity. You're not supposed to say that it's not supposed to say that. Just shut the fuck up something you save right like you immunise specific moment to to have that kind of lack of perspective really is it hurts. It doesn't look good. You also had more to cancel culture to right on the interview focus. I wish. I fucking cancel mr bain hours. They i wish they just. Mr bean was mr bean was in the epstein fight law. He was the pilot good. Oh towed in the home. And then go see mr bain mr bean just like fucking up like falling down and tripping on a ladder and said that weird little shrine on are you allen tissue. It's doing this voice for mr bean. Just like not as foisted all he said the problem we have online. Is that an algorithm decides what we want to see which ends up being which into creating a simplistic binary view. Society becomes a disturbing. Either you're with us or against us if you're against us user to be cancelled. He's entitled to his opinion. I don't i don't know i'm reading arena article and there's just a bunch of gifts of him below it completely it drowns away. What he's saying thirteen things. Mr bean has has tripped on. I don't really care mr bean. don't either existence or the on existence of cats. Just send you the guys. The gif immediately below the cancel culture posts him with stickers on island his tongue. You can't you can't plug in trip on a trip on a banana. Peel these days without offending somebody. That's that's introduced standup but that he does on surveys. Now just slide. You just slides on a banana. Peel thirty yards across the stage. All off crickets in the us but howls of laughter. In pali off shire england. So mr bean's one thing. The american mr bean is leisure suit larry and much cooler which usually brought back as i shoo horn. Leave your suit. Larry into many conversations at work and it usually on radio. It unfortunately goes over the had a far too. Many people have been exposed to leisure shirts. Fortunate because leaders. Larry is a very fun wikipedia. Rabbit hole go down. It's also very old thing to actually go ahead. Well yeah it's been around forever. Yeah it's many many many game systems since the days of dr you aware of who the mascot of dairy queen is true is dennis the menace. Yeah we had nick. And k b on and i was there like brand and mascot guys and that was like the first time i've ever heard them stumped on one. I didn't know if that was. Yeah anytime anytime. You're making decisions for marketing for company. Usa who's the shittiest nastiest child we can think of to its mascot. This gross little goblin loves her ice cream next next up in toronto. There's a couple of trailers there's a new heist thriller comedy called lockdown coming to hbo. Max starring anne. Hathaway intuitive edgy. for january. For this is gonna be great and hathaway's made fucking we we will be reviewing. This doesn't look great. What's it what's really bad is a covert based or is it just partially us. Walked down as just the trailer was heard them doing. Zoom meetings about wanting to plan this heist if hammonds in england and no thank you know what is anne. Hathaway doing man. We talked about her all the time and just screwed downturn of hers. Just you have. You can live comfortably right now in turn down roles in wait wait till the right role comes across your desk and you knew this wasn't it do we are we. Are we putting it. Hatheway and fast bender territory. She's in bad agent territory dude. She's in really bad agent territory. I think she's just don't give a fuck mode i think. She's got her oscar. Why would she not give a fuck mode like she seek of her everything because you can. You can afford to not give a fuck motive your anne hathaway. You can be in dad boat you can be in the fucking dirty scoundrels remake with with His perfect rebel wilson rebel wilson dude the hustle darn immediately very good. I'll i'll give her that not necessarily because she's throwing some bones to hogs the witches serenity oceans eight colossal. Remember that and then like the intern before that which the injured. i know. you're obsessed with no your big intern guy Yeah i think. I think mostly for me. It was The biggest i can forgive everything else but the rebel wilson one was almost unforgivable in terms of like what are you doing But and hathaway's queen a follower to the end or go down with that ship. I don't care she can. she can fuck. She could be in the goonies remake points slot. I don't care. If oh god she would do a to. Did she did. The witches was kind of the same thing. She ended up apologizing for her role in the witches too because it s right finger thing. yeah. I think you're toast doing at least top five moves in two thousand twenty one or two which will be on anyone's list Anything else here. In dc film president was kind of the story. We were talking about earlier. Zack snyder shared some more pictures. Deck snyder's always thrown pictures out there a net zero app Oh there is one more trailer. There's a trailer called. Desert strike starring mike tyson. And the guy who plays the mountain from game of thrones his name. I can't pronounce on half the orb jurgensen informed about this trailer here kendrick. Yeah no. I just came across his randomly because i was just looking for trowers post on instagram and it showed up and it is it is a ride. It's mike tyson protecting egyptian immigrants versus private military corporation. Because that's what happens in every fucking movie ever nowadays hilariously. Did you watch a true. No but i was. I was like the usa. pm season a movie. Because it's a good way to go up against the military without offending specific nash. Country asian national gnashing. I'd say nationality. Actually that's not true. They nash algiers rain. The either like invent a country that acceded from russia. Or they say you're you're you're fighting. It's a pnc. That's the only two options they really pm see. That's only two options to give you now and it is hilariously bad very very bad trailer But i definitely want to watch it. I like one hundred percent wanna watch. It looks stargell. yeah. I'm just now. I don't really wanna watch man. I don't know we can watch together. I'd watch it with you. Do live watch if you do a live watch anyway. What could be a money plane type thing it could it could be. I don't know who's behind this one. You just got a i just. It's the subtleties of money. Plane that i don't think they'll be able to nail on this on lake kelsey grammer name and that one banda and we'll just name again annual grouch. The third tier is crouched. You're a mean one mr grouch. That's it for news. That's it for news. Let's talk about wonder woman. Nineteen eighty four. I'm kind of glad we had time to think about not that we liked it. It's not like we went from liking disliking it because that's kind of what happened for some people it seem it was a weird turn For this movie on rotten. Tomatoes on twitter everywhere. I was certified lost it. Certified fresh badge on on rotten tomatoes. That is not something you see. Every day wonder woman nineteen eighty-four but i read synopsis. Diana prince lives quietly among mortals in the vibrant sleek nine thousand nine hundred eighty s boy. We will talk about i. I love to live quietly among mortals while working at the smithsonian and in a position that interacts with the fbi We'll talk about the eighties thing out to be the first thing we talk. I'm actually bookmark. That's the first thing we're gonna talk about an era of excess driven by the pursuit of having it all though she's come into her full powers she maintains a low profile curing ancient artifacts and only performing heroic acts incognito profile job. We know in love. Once again folks the soon diana will have to muster over strength wisdom and courage as she finds herself squaring off against maxwell award and the cheetah of villain avila soup possesses superhuman strength and ability electro to mike literally. Yeah electric to ken jack. Okay so i didn't like this movie. There was there was a point. I watched with my dad when i was home. There was a point very early on in this movie. That i turn to my dad actually not early on a one hour. It was almost the exact one hour. Mark turn dad. And i said man this is fucking borey. He's like he's he's just about to say that and i think that's kind of the sentiment for most people it is a it can wiped. It is a lot of fighting on. If you liked it. I have no issue with that. I could complete you. We all like the first movie very much enjoyed that. I think a didn't like offering just didn't like it. I very much did not like this movie. Not the worst. Ecb not worse suicide squad but it is very low the total. I think i have a second the worst of the movies. Forty six out of one hundred. We'll talk about that. I fucking our. How boring it is. We're talking about the eighties. I though but can jackets to score. Quick thoughts yeah it. Just this is a movie where. I didn't watch it christmas day because i spent time family and all that but i watched the next day and i was just reading what people were saying about it. And i think the expectation being in the floor kind of fucked up my perception of it because i watched it and i was like that was bad but it was not nearly as bad as the internet was making seem but then the more marinated on it and i watched it again. I was like this is really bad. It is actually this bad. And it's it's. It's a combination of different factors. I think and it's mostly number one. The acting is awful. The acting is is god. God fucking awful shit and they doubled down on the villain problem which not only plagues the entire universe but specifically fucked up the first movie how they didn't only just didn't fix it but made it worse. How do you let that happen man. You know the most identifiable weak point from your first movie and you make it worse. That is unbelievable to me. it's just bore. There's no action. there's no wonder woman man fucking wonder woman. I sat down and to our two and half hours watching wanting more fucking wonder woman. There's no wonder woman it's it's a bore. I gave it a thirty nine out of one hundred. Yeah i'm gonna go lower than you guys not for you jag lower than you jeff. It's it's it's forty out of hundred. It's not awful movie in i. i don't love to. I love to call people bad actors bad actresses or whatever. Because i don't know if i'm equipped to objectively tell you what makes them bad but one of the problems with with this movie and i think wonder woman one kind of had it but i give it more of a pass. Because it was new and she was new. The character is at gal. Gadot is not a good actress. No and look i saying. I don't like saying it whether someone could be capable of like i've i've i've seen movies with her outside. The wonder woman franchise and like i think they've been by about the same but the problem is is. I don't think she you know as an actress has enough to do with. this movie. Needed her to do. And by that i mean. They focused less on action scenes as her as just wonder woman being a bad ass in more on her relationship with chris pines character and i just don't think she was able to carry that in a believable in weichel way and i think too much pushed other actors in the movies to do too much so you ended up with scenes like the chris pine fucking close montage which is is just a a trope. We should just not be doing anymore. We should not be doing a close montage. You can say well it's one thousand nine hundred four and that's all maggi or whatever but it just it adds nothing other than it's just padding on an already too bloated movie so i i hate i hate saying someone's a bad this bad this but i i will say like she. It's it's tough with the character when you separate her from being wonder woman and you ask her to be dying prince for most of the movie and then have a lot of these scenes which are just boring to begin with. There's not much for her to really do to make it interesting and i wanna know to piggyback on this. I remember when we reviewed the first move saying that. I don't think al godot is a good actress. And i don't think that she was particularly good in the first one. But it like you said which i think is an important point. It's forgivable in the first movie because she is like coming into her own as the character and that's not just part of gal adapting to the character wonder woman but the actual character diana prince like coming into her own as a person growing up and all that. So it's forgivable but now that she's established. You can't do that but the thing is is. Here's all her some slack. Nobody else really did a great job in this movie. Either except for maybe kristen wig like i know. She's the worst of the bunch that chris was. I kinda enjoyed her. The maybe pedro pascal. Because i kind of feel like they knew what the movie was going to be there. Just like okay. Just just fucking be crazy. Just go it. you gotta do. So he ends up being this character. Who basically has this weird house of cards like succession to the top. Just by going into people's offices and holding their hands and getting what they want it just like an escalating thing like you ever read those things where it's like. Somebody starts with a pool ball in trades up for five hundred thousand dollar house. That's what this like for him. Going ponzi scheme just nonstop like upgrading on people in terms of their wishes and then the whole like You mean there's like The holy satellite. It's ridiculous plot so not to pick on gal gadot too much because there's a lot more wrong with this movie than just her but i think there's structurally something wrong with it when you ask her to not so much kick asses wonder woman which she does a very good job at more so have conversations with chris. Pine which i don't don't care jay cutler don't care at all about if it's it didn't feel like a wonder woman movie to me and i think that's just a fucking problem like that's just not like that's the that's the shitty part. If wonder what was the problem. I could probably live with it and not be disappointed in my expectations. Were crazy high. But like you're damned. They fucking whiff on this like you. You just didn't make the movie one room. It felt too much a maximum reward movie. It just didn't. It was a movie about like a thing like an artificial thing i want to be. A rock doesn't want to be the rosa monkeys polish tournament. Literal rock told i want to be the embodiment a year or whatever. But you're right. Jeff was like him it was just and that's the thing is it. It almost mo almost took some of those worst impulses out of this current era of aesthetic first streaming entertainment like stuff. We have a stranger things. Stranger things is fine show. But i think you're deluding yourself. If you you discount the fact that it's time in terms of win it takes place in the set-pieces it's using the nostalgia brings up. Doesn't have a lot to do with this show on at six on itself and so the wonder woman eighty four almost feels like something that kind of started with concept art pitch boards in the concept. Art real cool. We talked about it. We talked about the movie posters and michelle. I'm a sucker for shots at the mall. Where you see the old waldenbooks. It started with the aesthetics. But they didn't really wrap anything around other than the fact that like you know. We're going to be in the eighties which jeff. I know you wanted to talk about that. Yeah that's okay. i was going to my next. I was actually going to skip on that. No we're not. We're the because the next thing. I want to get back to the chris. Pine thing to like emotional payoffs with this movie and fort. It's rare example. Where like it's hard to separate this from the other movie when the thing that is trying to pay off his hinging on the other movie so we'll get to that and so the spine the eighty staying with you. They can say that it was an era of like everything being over the top glitzy and like like. Wow when your face. And i get that. That's like the maxwell worker was very eighties but thought it was there and ken jack. This is a credit you on this. You said it felt like our fucking ninety episode at some points There's so many of those points throughout this movie where they're just like. Hey chris pine backfire. Something's new that you didn't know about radar. Hey you got to say it out loud pal radar all explained that one later odd it served really and the funny thing is though the first the first hint of the as was that mall seen in the mall scene was awesome i loved them all seeming and i thought that's what we were going to get had a very fun light kind kinda campy but also like bad ass cool looking action vibe to it and it fit in the it just kind of worked and it didn't do it did it didn't do anything for a fucking our there wasn't a eighty one ounce of a conflict for one hour of that movie which was but that's a slow burns or fine but it's a complex movie. Let's not pretend we don't know there's there's gonna be conflict there's going to be two villains and it didn't do anything for an hour really like they kinda did maxwell lord and then they did the electro thing from spiderman with Christopher wigs character. It's selina kyle Fighter man the remember thurman was a nerdy scientist robert. Yeah yeah it's not a is not a new trope but for it like for them to. It reminds you so much of the other stuff. It's tough to say this movie. China strike out not only does remind you of those other characters that you remember but i think that these two characters are just three d versions of loosen dorf or whatever in aries from the first movie and that's one of the biggest problems we walked away from wonder woman. One was right that we didn't like the german mobile. One general guy was not a cool villain an area that was a really shitty villain and they doubled down on that not only in the aspect of like areas. Look i remember all the saying that fucking cheetah looked awful. They sharable and fleshed out backstory. Which is the worst problem here. Got away with the thing in the first they got away with it. Though right like that's kind of thing they weren't great but you had your the no-man's-land which is an amazing. It was emotional. Fucking cool as hell and i didn't. I didn't go crazy over the ending. The ending was emotional and it worked in the first movie. Like like like the clock like the watching. All that was the big moments for the important character wonder woman paid off in that movie. And that's why it was a good movie. It worked. It worked despite baby the villains not being very good this unfortunately like if focused so much in the village and they work awful but there just wasn't like the one stuff and i'll that emotional payoff thing with chris. Pine like the bringing back of that character was a fucking died. What is just a plank. Dude you just offered nothing and they had cool chemistry and all but it offers you nothing with the story and it just again. I try to view these movies. All them sequel's just in that like tunnel vision. I try to go narrow just that movie but it's hard when they connect so much like you have to some of the bills off each other and this is an example where it didn't ruin the first movie but like you have you bring in from the first movie and it impacts the way you view this. You're like what he's he's a guy. Now he's your guy and then at the end of the movie does everything just reverses again chain is just alive. Nothing really actually okay. It went from when. I know consequence to anything that happened. Well there's no consequence with world destroying stakes is that that's the end of the day. Everything seemed fine. Maxwell lord was okay. Cheetah was okay. Everyone lived every was okay and not to mention shida maxwell lord both called a parallel arc and like neither of them were interesting. They weren't compelling villepin's. How'd you fuck this up again man. I don't get that would save this movie from being a complete complete fucking disaster bat. Like batman and robin bat could go and pine like. I didn't have much of an issue with their acting. I i completely what you're saying. Though and i agreed to an extent her and pine were pretty fucking good when they were together and all of their scenes were intriguing. That was like why is this. Not the whole like this should be the movie like it needs to be them like. I'm getting much of the other ones. Music was really good at them. We look good hans zimmer to obviously hunt timber to the scores. It's going to sound good. Like a lot of those elements saved from being really close to being like one of the worst of all time. Like i i some of the takes. Were maybe a little harsh on this. 'cause like i did see we had somebody on our discussion threads. Say it was an hey our to you for like your opinion. I don't i don't fall thing worse than fantastic four which that takes a lot because that movie was that was barely a movie like this is a movie it put together. It's just incredibly complicated story. It's completely over packed. Almost like it's not edited. And i know this is not and i know if you're like a technical person i know this is not like a sign that they didn't edit the movie but i chuckled. When they said they only had one deleted scene was like yeah. Well no shit like so. It's like the whole movie. It's a packed with deleted scenes. One of the see i see. I think the best thing about the movie was the core concept because they kind of. I feel like they had the idea of what they wanted to do. You know you get these eighty s era you get. The greed is good stuff and you can make it a battle of like for a superhero trying not to be selfish. And i think that the core element was good. And i think part of that inner struggle for diana. I think that's what worked for me and made the movie not completely unwatchable but like they. Just it's almost like you don't know who's you're a trilogy said it but it's almost like the story board thing right where it's just a collection of shit that idea that they had with the absolutely no way to string it together in a cohesive manner and that's where this movie really really struggled. It's just frustrating because no wonder woman's bad ass dude like what we wanna do is see wonder woman kick ass. He doesn't need to be this complicated. It didn't it. Didn't look great in every place. But i i. It looked good enough for alleged. Yeah in part of it. Look i'm willing to give an excuse to anything done this year that to like computers and computer animation. Because it's gotta be tough to crunch on that and do all that shit during covid so you know. It's it's kind of like got a stadium. Were were skewering this movie. It is kind of a miracle got released this year when so many other big tentpole movies were delayed. But i think maybe because of that. It didn't look really great. But i did enjoy like the final fight with diana came in stark four point -o armor or whatever the dc equivalent is Came in and then you go the wings and you know with wonder woman does really well or those shots where the camera pans out and she steps forward in has bad like i enjoy that. That's what i want. I want her. I want her kicking ass. I guess this is the tough thing about a comic book movies. You know you got a guy like jeff like i. I liked the relationship between her. And chris pines character of colonel rick flag and me was like i just wanna see you know more action and you can't really make everyone everyone please but certainly it should be easier to make a movie. That's like a sixty five or seventy that's more just like this movie was okay rather than movie was too long. Didn't have good any good anything the problem. It wasn't like bad anything but normally you can point to like something like maybe like the eighties part of it but at this point. That's not really enough for me to say okay. You get it. You did a good job. Picking out of time period where the movies at like the eighties for me is really easy to do. like you. Put chris pine and a members. Only jacket is about as fucking i. I mean i do. You had a fanny pack in the members only jacket and pleated pants or whatever. I can do that shit but it still look good. You gotta give some credit there. I just don't think like. I don't think aesthetic is enough to really make a movie about it anymore. And i i hope. I hope studios. Tv shows are cautious about that. Because it's a good way to get the initial buzz and it's a good way to get the nostalgia going in for people get excited about it but doesn't really replace a finalized product because it certainly did in this case. It's like a what do you call it. Can you watch ragnarok ragnarok at home with their saturated palette in the eighties which wants one thousand nine hundred and that. That was a bummer. That i'll go back to us. That bum me out to the use of the eighties. So clearly on earned and unnecessary. It just didn't need it was it. Was the mall the mall scene. I loved the tone of the malls just became a different movie. I don't understand why they use the beginning olympic. Seen thing we already did the origin story man because it was that was another thing. I'm sorry to interrupt but that was another thing that really pissed me off his where in i don't know one thing i thought about is just. They're not being comic book movies. This year has made me a little more critical comic book movies. Just 'cause i'm not as used to it but it did seem like the moralizing that came with it opening olympic seen and how they tied it back to like her decision she made in the movie and the resolution. The movie was like extremely something that the boys would balk so unnecessary. And that's a fine line of balance the comic book movies because all of them are like that to some degree right like all of them. Have that feel good message that you believe in yourself and you can do it sort of message that good goods gonna win in the end message. They're they're like their story isn't inherently cynical. Even though i think production behind the might be but they're all like that this one just kinda just this one just took a lot of time to just lay it at your feet and tell you to fuck and stare at it. I guess it's there's just nothing together. The individual parts of this movie which has just in his beyond frustrating to watch as a fan of people. What will always. I think the crazy fans will try and say like oh people have out for dc people have it out for dc like this is objectively. Not good like there is many technical problems with this movie. In that fact man like they re want them these movies to be good like right. There's not the bottom line for all three of us. I it goes back. they don't have. They don't have a strong force like like happening. That's guiding everything. The thing's probably style it off or multiple people are in charge or someone's in charge but they're not really in charge There's just no. There's no general uniting aesthetic or direction or anything to them. And i think they they suffer as a consequence. And that's when you end up with like fucking you know a powerpoint slide time line of like what's the current batman. They you need to watch before you go into a movie. But john shut to robin wright who like showed up flew out to that location in film matt seeing that almost got the lead it to that scene like me to stand about that one scene that scene where she just sur- land stirring it like staring at the proceedings and then walks down to say like. Oh it's cool. Just don't cheat business. Don't lie tom here. He's he's gonna hit the walls or some things here. Be big time. Were tommy said what the hell was going on with the dude who had his body taken by chris. Pine did his family and friends just not hear from him for week. Chris pine is out and about and his body that he fired from his job has god they thought it was a okay to delete nukes out of the sky but it would be too much suspension just week to think that chris could come back as himself solid point. Give it a thirty five out of one hundred I that again. That's the other thing too. It's like you got really sloppy. If like you can just race everything at the end like that guys did that. Guy's wife by the phone but what i thought it was cheating but a told her body which is possessed by the the a dead soldier from world war. One wish for anything a we can Be one of them. She didn't believe it. Everyone saw you guys together on the washington mall to cinnabon in my fanny pack man. Then mostly irish home. Movie hurts beating people up in a mall like commando or something. They would have been fucking awesome. That's a mall beat up seen in commando did remind me of pablo mall cop and my god. They're doing the paul blurt. They're doing the mall. they gotta go into the mall. You know what if. I also give this movie credit for something that i was worried going into. This was that they were gonna make kind of a lack of subtlety comparing maximum to trump. I do think that was very clear. Point of this movie like a very point or at least a point that they try to make but it was subtle enough on the line where it wasn't like you know in your fucking face right. I want to be like It's always funny comic book movies because like those scenes. It's an opportunity cost with. The hero does with their time but the scenes where they're just like in a random location like a mall stopping a robbery. You're just like there's gotta be a genocide somewhere bigger problem having so yeah. There's it's nineteen eighty-four. It's it's very politically not great time. So you know you're you're here outside of beat the b dalton just using your last fucking knocked knocked down these home alone level villains fat cat two thousand one who said it was worse is worst movie sense fantastic for okay writing absolute horrendous watching tommy wise oh film and parts writing. Didn't kill me get. The funniest part was when steve needed chris. Pines character was behind the facade. And it's like. I'll love you forever. Diana then he starts running away sam. Raimi's spiderman asked visuals. But sam ramey knows how to use practical effects to also quality gi again. I think i have a battery for things. It didn't me. Somebody like uber. At this point we are promised. A brightly colored bonanza from the title and posters only get a drab low finished product. It was fairly drab in some parts. Especially that you to fight the fight should it was absolutely should have absolutely been in a massive color palette. As i think the point they wanted to make to make that the gold souk pop more against the grey background. Make that a bigger scene. But that should have been more well at seen. But i think also maybe the morning show chita in full light because you look at garbage. I did yeah. I think they did a battle. Winter fell there another scene where she rescues those two kids and like the egyptian highway that was like spawn level effects. Bad like it was so like it stood out so deeply in the fact that they made it in. Slow made even worse. I don't know how you do that. Her running with the car do lectu. She's pushing the the truck laterally for no fucking reason. Steering wheel came off the biggest again. I just think if you if you make that more wonder woman. I think a lot of its errors covered up. Now when i say that i mean it probably comes in it like it's in the sixties. Maybe for me but like it. Just you completely overshadowed your hero with k. villains with an old cave villain and then one that was just a retread of things we've seen that wasn't unique or interesting which is a shame because the kristen week thing could have been fun frank. Underwood gordon gecko character. I i didn't. I didn't hate it. I'm gonna to be honest. I didn't think it was a good bill. But i kind of felt like pedro. Pascal is reading the room and it was like. I gotta do it. I gotta do here to. Yeah get somewhat interesting. I had some editing like her stopping petty. Theft manuel noriega is like just massacring people in panama and got gotta stop this theft. That's more important to me. Sorry stealing hoodies at the gap. She's basically a glorified paul born. She was the mall security guard in that scene. Yeah yeah and it. That's the other thing about movies. That old are they take place in time periods. Like that bar. Kristen wig in in gal gadoe aura. Bar definitely didn't exist in one thousand nine hundred four that that's like the w hotel bar like you don't fucking lie to me. Speaking of which. I went to foodline this last weekend. There was a lady with a gun skirt guard. They were just like a fucking gun. Protect food line is really really normal. In france by the way security guns Yeah maybe not security guards but like policemen allegiance just carrying like mp fives or whatever. It's it's really jarring when you travel overseas in the the you know. Police forces are carrying rifles and stuff. It's it's a sight to see ams in penn station all the time in. Yeah team yeah. That's our that's our thoughts on one room in nineteen eighty-four The fairly low score of forty six kendrick lower thirty nine tro gave it a forty forty audience. Gave it thirty one airing low very well. I don't know what we're gonna do this week. I know i always say that There's a couple options we were gonna do promising young woman but people are saying that we got a screener force. I wasn't aware my fault. That people weren't able to watch that yet. I don were to do yes. There is there. Is that one movie with mads. Mikkelsen that i quite enjoyed from those an awesome. It was so good It has a couple names The one i note as i believe is another round correct. That's american title. Yeah another round and then droop or drug. We could do that very good or could do the cruise to. I don't know if i could do a whole episode on the cruise to okay. I was leaving that up for you. So maybe that's a long time to do a bit. You saw the s episode. I can't i can't do a bit on. We'll probably do another round song. Bird the shitty michael bay corentin movie is another option. That is a steaming pilots shit. It's very bad that is That that that we're gonna talk about that in a minute. Yeah we are. We sure are. Yeah okay least favorite two thousand and twenty movies not our rankings. We've not seen everything kim jack and i are. You're either right with me or right up against it and close to me. I am at one movie left for twenty twenty and it's just news of the world. I can't get a screener. Feeders may go see this weekend. I may not We've seen every minority promising young woman Saw piece of a woman finally one night in miami screener for that a minority was fucking fantastic varying in. Oh my god pressing. Woman was incredibly awesome. Like fucking wild really well done and same story. Revenge thriller Ivory absolutely checkup woman. When you can't we will talk about it. This is least favourite. That worst movies. Probably maybe fifty off the most We'll start with ken. jack myself on the audience. Can jack number five least favorite movie of two thousand twenty if is an easy one at songbird Songbird absolutely terrible. Terrible terrible decision by the michael bay production company or whatever it is that he he's in charge of it was just awful is that i understand wanting to make a movie that kind of like centers around pandemic because you know it's obviously the entire world that we're living in but like if if you can't make it in a way where it doesn't feel like you're just praying on everyone's anxieties and fears about it. Then don't make it and that's exactly what this movie did it's boring. it's fucking uses. Cagey up the cagey up. And then the next most famous person like bradley whitford neck. That's it yeah well anymore. I think isn't it was awful. It's fucking bullshit. It's my five. It sucks it sucks ass. It's it's predatory in terms of exploiting people's anxieties. It's also just getting something out there to say he did it. I don't i don't expect people to have a whole lot of appetite. For for pandemic related entertainment post pandemic even during the pandemic. I mean maybe at some point they will. It just seems like we've we've collectively live through it too much and then this is just kind of just like okay like i don't need to watch it and even if it was good it would still be like. I don't know if i want to watch it. But it's not good sucks in the cage a Thing is just pure michael bay like. Who's fucking heart. Who's hot right now. You looked at meg. Imdb tot under like twenty who the chicks lake who the chicks lake k j to get him to get him. Songbird this thing sucked. I gave it a six one hundred not on my list. It is not on there but it it did suck ass. Kendrick gave it a five out of one. Hundred sure did. K j crop inch get more. And more. Like more. Like demi less i i never friendly shivered my number michael. Ooh my number. Five is super intelligence. That movie with with melissa mccarthy bubby bull connor fale. I really do not like this movie. I thought this was just horribly. Unfunny hate seattle. The funniest thing about this movie was talking about ken. Griffey junior when states the kid the kid a three-point to aps member you from trading cards it from the michigan. Yeah you play with your dad on the mailer news. We kapiti article. That's super doubt number five for me. Audience number five melissa I'm not gonna do that the whole time. The love birds. With as johnny isa ray. You sir a. yeah it was bad but at least it wasn't it wasn't much but audience number five. He backed out of that interview with that one time he did. Yeah hey now you can go back. And so what was the. What was he doing instead. I don't know just a little squirrel. It grind of the cheeks. Choon gravel fucking jal. I do that last picture of him that he gravel. Chew a jal the jal line of one of those birds on the flintstones. Fucking like judo gravel. It's like fucking stan smith Who's up next year up again Okay so my number four is fantasy island. Fantasy island was horrible. Feel review that five years ago. This yeah right. But i just remember thinking. I don't know the crazy. Mount about the original fantasy island like this could be cool. Jimmy yang obviously friend of the program Some other actors and actress. Joey king some other. It was a good joey king type actresses in it was it was lucy hale who see joe joking. Lucy hair both very much in the same vein. But i remember it was. It was so bad. Michael pain a waste of time. and the ending. Where like yeah jimmy. O yang is actually Her or whatever that guy's name is now and just man just a bummer of movie. Really bad that where. I was mad that the city to set it up for a sequel. Jimmy saying the plane or whatever. It's not on my list. But i gave it a one on one hundred fucking suck. You gave it zero one hundred. I fucking hated that movie. I couldn't it didn't land in like least-favoured for me This next one did this one. I gave as eight out of one hundred i. I don't have an actual problem with this person. But he just bothers me so much this movie. That skyler jan dough from i never was inferior. That movie really knows how old is he could be. Forty could be ten. We have no clue i. I watched that movie at work For prepping because i recorded here that night and i i stopped at a couple of times to come have people look at a couple of seasons. Like look this fucking shitty movie. I really hated. That movie was funny. Because vince vaughn do that then. He did ricky freaky which i really like. We could do that one too. We could do freaky. Keep that over and over again. It's just talk. We have to get people to buy the movie for twenty china. They go to the theaters anyway. But yeah the binge for me. I fought the been schuyler. Schuyler could be me forty five years old and he's a twenty one True yeah all right buddy. It's a ear resistible it's Steve carell in rose byrne candidate. You want baby cooper. Yeah and you know. There's no wifi this shitty town. Here's here's why. I don't like it. Just because john stewart at one point was at the top of his name. And there's been a lot of people that you know throughout the last four. Maybe last decade of politics used to be. I would consider to be expert political commentators during the bush. Era that just purely on equipped to even discuss or handle this moment. The jon stewart's one. And i think the south park guys not that i looked to them for like advice but i think they shot the bed terms of humor dealing with it but this movie is like a. I don't know what it is. It's like a folksy type like feel-good movie about politics type deal even though it's not like to feel good it kind of reminds me of Reminds me that sandra bullock one where she goes overseas a little bit because a lot of it's based on like the people running the campaign stuff like that but it's not funny ins not entertaining and it's not like the type of politics is applicable to anyone right now. I don't think it was. It was a very like. I don't remember a ton of at this point. I remember like bits and pieces but it just had a very skewed weird was it was off putting i believe is what i said which i do. Some territory. It's not just wasn't the timing stunk. I i did not enjoy that movie. Irresistible number four for trio number four for the audience. Sonic well what's slough at. Moore's did interview. They do this to him. He came back and forth twice. And they do this to james. That's fucked up guys. Come on cac number three movie twenty twenty. It's the grudge. Start off two thousand twenty with a fucking bang shoot in the indicator. Everything was gonna go this year because it man. That was a piece of say that we said that in the first one we were like man. What a lot of bad movies. Twenty twenty not great and sure enough fucking really turned up John show man fucking. I think that's what made that movie. Almost even worse is the fact that john show had done. Was it searching right before that and searching was so damn good and innovative and cool and this was just so bad and miss mashi and schlocky horror and just oh just like a theft attempt to just grab onto the grudge name and make some money off of it was bad it. If it's hey member of the grudge it's that but it's a pile of shit Just real bad we. That's really it was like we're gonna do all the things you remember but just not in a good way. Yeah the garage was the grudge was. That's a good pick again. Not on my list cause that one for me i just i hated it so much but i didn't hate give it a two of one hundred and hitting. Let's say at least favorite. I just watched it and disliked it. It's not a memorable no socks. This one might be recently bias. The midnight sky number three good night sky. I was perplexed by this movie. I didn't know it was like. I just didn't know what i was watching it. It was it was a movie that really thought it was thought it was as big epic sweeping thing in and it just simply was not I we had a little bit of hype. Because we're like. Oh you know i'd love to see I i would love to see. George clooney movie. It's got space but it just it. It was nothing it was it was a boring nothingness and almost again bordered on corny and cheesy. Like trying to get its message across and unlike things like Annihilation nightly or lost city of these big like landscapes epochs that are slow burns like it was like trying to be that and it just was not those are like innovative and had something to offer at least this had nothing and had no cool core concept it just hours before the movie was slog definition of a whiff midnight guy trail number three number. Three for me. It's the movie called artemis fowl. The baby feeble attempt to launching new. Why a movie series or whatever it would just awful awful awful one of the worst intros to a movie as the horrible intro poor josh gad poor jeanne dame judi dench man nah dame judi dench that kenya another look at judy. We're the elves and you need to do this. Josh gad g. foregin mailbox. They hold her carcass all around so high up this artifice. Foul shit audience number. Three's new mutants number. Turn jack favorite twenty twenty. My number two is what i think is going to be. someone else. Says number one. It's the wrong missy missy and bad movie embarrassingly bad that the hell star seen is maybe the most like the roller coaster of emotion. I went through from being uncomfortable at first to just irrationally. Angry that that made it to the final cut was so fucking sharp. It was unreal. That movie was waste. Absolute waste biting my tongue. Number two for me if bobbleheads the movie. Which is that one that one transcends the really really bad unmemorable but just so it was like. I was seething with anger when i watched that movie. The share thing is still baffling to me. It's unfortunate that that's a movie. I can't like i wouldn't talk about that movie with somebody. Who like isn't a big movie person like if that sounds snobby take it. I'm just saying like. I'm not going to sit there and be like yeah. It's bobbleheads. I wish i could talk about that with everybody could. It's so uninteresting. There's no barrier of entry where it's like listen to me. Let me hold your attention on this movie. It's just uninteresting. But i wish everyone in the world could watch this movie but it's unfortunately such a pilot shit no one will but i wish everyone understood what we watched with bobbleheads. It was that stunningly bad issue. Come pre loaded on new iphones please. Yes you it's a movie you like. I could actually maybe convince somebody watch money twain but also money playing like it sucks ass you. But it's funny. He was a netflix movie. It was fx movie. It was so venture is so low. Maybe that's the wrong. But you know what i mean like. It's not so bad. It's good that i could convince somebody i guess. That's what better way to say without sounding snobby. I wish people would watch. It's that fucking terrible bobbleheads trail number three. I love i love. When the share bobblehead got up and sun. The song things that everybody was so memorable worm is heads number two. It's it's quite amazing. Actually what what what. They're able to not accomplish with bobbleheads. Actually it's my number one to just talk a little more about it. Yeah just fill ninety minutes with what they filled. What they they made the decision to fill into that space and time and eventually release it as a movie for people to watch it the fact that got made in totality from conception to having share come in and do the voice part is is pretty impressive. because it's it's the no point. Would anyone with any mind. Watch that and think that this is something that we need to release their so many like inexplicable aspects of that movie. I think chief among them being that the directors the same guy that did like fucking little mermaid he did like hunchback and notre dame and like a big one. I can't remember like this very very storied. Great director goes. Does this piece of shit. That had absolutely no right being made so bobbleheads movie. Dude nomex bobbleheads. I know there's no market for this. But here's the thing you could you could theoretically entertain a bobbleheads movie where they're somehow able to secure a lot of licensing rights and you have a wreck it ralph type situation right like zang gave in psalm video game characters if a bunch of bobbleheads and a lot of you coasting on the movie is just references to think you know i could see. I mean. they wouldn't be a good movie but i could see them making. I can understand a pitch for that. We're going to release a movie of the bunch of things people know. It's going to be kind of like trolls. It's going to be kind of like the funk posing kind of like a record ralph. it's all it's going to be but they didn't even do that. They just they just did five bobbleheads a movie in dig only the only justification for making. This movie is just bobbleheads. Our thing that have been around for quite awhile. Haven't they in. There just hasn't been a movie about these bobbleheads and Zeroed somebody a favor. Yeah and then you bring luke wilson. I know we're talking about share. But the fact. That luke wilson hopped on this track. Is he must have been doing it could be. I mean realistically could not have paid them that much. Right fair he was. The dad only had like five or six lines before he exited the movie for the rest of the fucking thought he played the played. The redneck guy. What no i thought. He was the dad was he. We gotta look. I thought he played the redneck too. I thought he played the right. Thought he played the redneck. I thought he was the little girls or the the sisters dad. No that was bob cat. Goldthwait he played earl. Earl was the redneck. Yeah i thought he. They wouldn't make this bobbleheads movie and not have the red nickname earl. I'm just looking at glucose mammography. Now he has his only direct video role. That's tough luke. Theoretically how much do you think. Blue wilson was comped. For this movie aid you couldn't have been more than twenty five k. Max they spend all the money on share. Yeah i mean. I could see share getting like a hundred and twenty five thousand for this share. Did like one of the star wars deals where she got like the rights ago. We off this wannabe. I did read this article your impression of share. This is solid amount. Oddly like an impression of our our add up sky he does many other things works which i now realize is a decent shape but a solid share this. I thought it sounded more like elvis. Damore i was. I was reading this thing about like with covid. They don't be surprised if you see more actors doing shit like this just to get money. You get paychecks. Doing whatever that movie's called will but also like having noticed more and more actors are doing like george clooney's been doing this press o commercials for a while but like lawers and being that nissan commercial was genuinely shocking to me and so i think she's also a nintendo switch commercial and then Anna kendrick did like a laze holiday commercial. Where she sought. Like i think more and more actors and actresses will be doing commercials in these types of things just to make up for the work. They could not have done this year. And so these types of things you know if you could do lend your voice out and you do it over digital or whatever it takes a few minutes you make a lot of money shit. I would do it luke. Wilson did too. I just don't know how much is made he made for this. Do you see that cocoa butter committee starring dennis. Franz that one is my favorite. Fuck you you haven't gone there for a segment bobbleheads for terrell audience wander wonder woman nineteen eighty-four number two. Now i must actually number one. I mean you can count disappointment towards being least-favoured versus pruitt with this type of list. It's always going to default to the movies that people have seen the most are not. You know what i'm saying is just get numbers at this point. Kenji i can see somebody having a rebecca on their list. But not enough of audience by sal rebecca register also true man that number one yup. Yeah my number one. Is that big stinky fucking out of one hundred the wrong missy. What her oh. My god makes me so. That was the angriest. I've been i get shit like not serious people kinda give me a hard time. They're like it's not as bad as like it's wrong with better than this. I don't know i. I hate that movie. I hate it. I despise that movie that that free vacation for fucking david spade. You went on vacation. He filmed a stupid crappy movie I the warren laptops character like no offence to her. That was an annoying terrible character. It was it was a loud obnoxious movie with with a boss. Who i who. Who thought was critique thousand. The house your house. The biggest bummer. Moving wasn't craig t nelson. Yeah that that movie movie can fuck off easily. My lisa movie of the year and it ruined ruined me for a whole day. I thought about that movie bothered me. hell star got so annoying that and that was that felt like hell star felt like a middle finger. It was like them going. What's tell them the fuck off all they're watching this they're buying into the slop. They're watching this movie. We're gonna tell him to fuck off. Get free vacation. I hate the wrong missy. Stupid no real message. It's stupid message. Right to say the switch flip for laura love gifts being a inexp- so fucking annoying so fucking annoying to you. Want to feel bad for with like no there. No there's no preamble for it there is no call off you brought up a machete on the fucking plane. She she she becomes charming. All the sudden we get a huge credit hurt a flip the switch flip of a switch. Whatever that's my number one number one number. One for me is super intelligence. There there was. I mean everything about this movie from the whole like. Hey i think too i think the pissed me off about it. The most was just the being hired or interviewed by tech company. Making that making that a big part of the movie it just seemed it seemed like something that came out in two thousand fourteen and then on top of that. It just was not. It was a comedy movie but it was wasn't funny wasn't funny was not a funny movie not in the least bit now not a funny not a funny movie that they they chains corden decision. What do you think he's up to or can probably make another said he's gonna move back overseas he's gonna move back to england. Yeah is he. What is contracts up. He's going to be done done with. The us is just thrown in the towel here saying he couldn't break through the next level he think he's like oh they didn't give me the tonight. Show the new look and mr bean. No problem mr bean's twirl. Mr bean's mr toast number. One is artemis fowl. Yeah yeah wake special. Special to rebecca which adding put on the list. Because it wasn't a. I don't know that movie was so dull that may be the dullest movie of the year. Just like boring now. So explaining i think dole is just the best term that was nothingness pure nothingness. I didn't see it but what was another another one. That people hated was in. Hathaway was in the witches but she also. Isn't that movie with ben affleck. Oh about her. It was like hers. Award journalist iran contra. Yeah that one is really bad. Yeah should actually included in my mind but again it just was just so no memorable moments that whatsoever. Yeah that's the problem is it had to be bad netted be memorable because if not memorable than they're not that bad. My only exception to that was the garage. And that's only because. I remember how much i hated it in the beginning every year. And that's that to me is like a marker but the movie itself. There's no like. I can't pick out scenes from the garage on my. That is made this movie. So so bad. You know what i mean like the wrong missy as a trillion of those. But like they're just i don't know man just that feeling the beginning of the year of how bad it was is what's memorable to me. Yeah i'm with you man. Some bad movies bad movies and twenty twenty also few good movies to which i suspect at some point. We'll talk about. We will talk about the good movies. Gotta finish watching them all apparently news. The world is really good. So i don't really want to do any best of list until we see that i've been told by multiple people really enjoyed that movie. I i gotta catch up. I got to see the cage. A appa movie where he plays the christian rocker jam. Because i still believe i still believe. Yeah i wanna make sure it's on my list. Almost all the movies to be able to to rank them. I just haven't seen that one. So i feel who knows anyway. That's it. I think that's it glad to have you back trail We're gonna review either freaky or do another round won't do another round and another round. Should it's fun. Yeah it's it's a very enjoy movies a little something different. We don't do often do these. You have to rent it got to rent it. Rent it on youtube best Saying you can't rent. It will be very quick change of plans. It'd be under the wrong now here. We go another round. You rented six seven bucks to rent it mads mikkelsen. I gave it an eight hundred. Would you give it again. I think you only have it on the most recent one but i have at high. I think maybe eighty ninety. I like it a lot. We got a refresh of some big. Come to the website. And i've been saying that but we finally I the behind the scenes things. I can't talk about but we do have some some some cool things on the rise in for that we've been been started working things the back in there so very excited for that website. Keep pumping it sends. Everyone you know also can have an update next week again. This a lot. The lunchbox saga major update next week. Did you get it. May i don't do not have it with the shade. Your update is drama with the creators. The they they split. It's someone take like one guy. It's one guy fleecing me but major update next. I know many people are curious about the lunchbox. The i gotta know right now. I'm just kidding. We'll save it from That's it for can trump before we will talk to you on only two days. The next pod comes out during like two days so talk to you. Have a good. We get the box folks. Both side slow helped me listen is.

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MBMBaM 452: The Cornbread Heist of the Century

My Brother, My Brother And Me

1:02:43 hr | 2 years ago

MBMBaM 452: The Cornbread Heist of the Century

"The McElroy brothers are not experts and their advice should never be followed. Travis insists, he's a sex part. But if there's a degree on his wall, I haven't seen it. Also, this show isn't for kids, which I mentioned only so the babies out, there will know how cool they are for listening. What's up you've called? The not too. But not. Ready? Walk into my brother. My brother meet advice show for the modern era. I'm your oldest brother. Justin mcelroy. I'm your middle, brother. Travis MAC Hayes baby brother Griffin McElroy thirty under thirty man. You got. I hope I make the cut. I'm really worried about downsizing here. And my brother, my brother and me, I'm really afraid that when it comes down to if we don't hit our goals if we don't make budget this year. I think the middle is the first to go because what do I even do? Well, we're going more peer to peer and the peers are me and Justin. And so we don't need a, you know, an intermediary. How nearly the middleman? Yeah. You know, how on this show like all do a joke. And then you'll say an injustice will laugh at it. And sometimes it goes the other way, I know I've been thinking maybe instead of the three of us being on to two way calls with you Travis me, Jessica just fucking call each other. But hey, if you do that then like. How then what would I do? So anyway, this little skit is something that we came up with at bible study. And we wanted to do it on you. So that you would know the real life stakes of the max fund drive two thousand nineteen week to edition. That's right. If we don't hit twenty five thousand new and upgrading I'm out. I'm out of this. I am really excited to welcome new dish into the soundboard. Ooh. Yeah. It's as you know, the soundboard as it stands. Now. Here's a quick update. It's got this music. Volume for you. I mean, no volumes a good volume on the soundboard. Okay. Okay. Well, here's the here's the new Eddie ready. Yeah. And this is to remind people every time you hear this. I want to create a Pavlovian response that every time you hear this sound it makes you go to maximum fun dot org slash donate and increase your support of the maximum fun networks typically this shows that we make. Any time every single time ready. I think I think Travis once you hear this new soundboard addition, I feel like your you're going to retract your Anchorage. Really is this was that it. No that wasn't here. Right. Get that. More time one more time. I guess wait. What? Give me some gain on that. Okay. Here comes that. Yeah. Just one more time get that. Now dressing could you and I'm horrified to ask this use it in a sentence? Sure. Travis will be forced to leave that show. If we don't get that. So did you get to do the word money? I actually got I got Brad Garrett. Oh, yeah. Key make him say something else. Sure. Do that. Now do that right now? Now, please. He can't he's Lola's. I can't afford. Sorry. I didn't mean to do that. I can't afford Garrett. What is that? Brad gear is to be Toronto doing an impression of kiss. Yes. Most kids. A stretch goal where if we had thirty thousand new and upgrading donors for the maximum fund drive. I wanna get four big men to stand on the soundboard with all of their way. And see what happens after that? I cannot state. My disdain for this new feature loudly or enthusiasts. Probably sound. It would probably sound a little guy. Something. Well by everybody, anyway, maximum, fun dot org slash donate is the address we're trying to get twenty thousand noon upgrading donors year. Support of the maximum for network around seventy five percent of that goes directly to the shows that you say, you listen to when you felt the brief survey upon donating the rest goes to help fund the great work maximum fund that includes doing this Dr and the pledge gifts which include at our five dollar donor per month level, you get over two hundred twenty five hours of bonus on that. It's like the best value in entertainment think. Which includes us doing all manner of garbage. I mean, just like videos and weird stuff. Other other weird recordings this year, our wives. Once again recorded episode of Muslim, slam my sister-in-law, my sister-in-law may there's a new episode commentary featuring us in J D Mato for episode three of the TV show. Travis doesn't hit episodes. If you want to hear all the dirty secrets behind that. Also, I did a toilet crime behind the scenes that upset at JD fully puts me on blast about. Oh, yeah. At the ten dollars month level, you're gonna get all that content. Plus, you're gonna get to choose one of several fantastic pins twenty dollars month. You get the pins the bonus content and you get a beautiful puzzle featuring view outside of the max fun offices. It is it is not about the gifts. Those are nice. It's about supporting content that you feel should be in the world. What do you wanna see more of US more nasty super? Heroes. Ron just I see should damn just and his penis everywhere and the lightning bolt obviously pointing right down to his his region home. I Griffin you have transitioned directly into I think a perfect opening for this episode of ever read the brother made its issues them. What? Okay. Zam? The movie is is is coming in April fifth. Now, there looks like there might be some seek preview showings, Huntington area looking at some early reconnaissance that I have here. I I've already seen it. And let me tell you my favorite part of the movie. Yeah. Is that every so often someone will be walking around with his AM and song will start playing on the radio overhead and people look at him and say what us song, and he has an encyclopedic knowledge of what the song is inches. Zam man trav-, you gotta know that's a stinker. And this is the episode this episode where you ask people for case. Oh, I get it. Because it's like how Boise travel you thought your pot committed to the stinky out because it's a real thing happens on the move. I know, but it's sick relieve is a boy who gets bigger fide into a superhero, and there's a lot to play with their. But you made a apt pun like a young like a bait. Like a teen dad. I sure did. Can we talk about the muscles? The muscles on the Zachary Levi costume of shit. Zam Zam is a story about a beautiful boy who's learning all about being a teen. And he transforms into Chuck sometimes the power of lightning is harnessed eats spicy food when ISA spicy food. He transforms into Chuck from this shared shock, and he just gets crazy on it. And he is having so many fun adventure. I could tell from the previews. He also brings even though he is now a superhero boy with immense ability and strength or whatever brings a normal human boy with him into dangerous situation as I can tell you is bringing a another young boy who's just learning about his teenage Roddy. To eat to get a big adult body. Yeah. Well, come with me danger. I guess where there's guns isn't stop. Well, your superpowers make me also invincible. I don't know. Maybe we'll find out, but whenever you know, criminal threatens Zam he uses his big adult Chuck body to kill them with his strength. And I love it. My favorite thing takes a dark turn never really deal with that. But I our man has killed a lot of people with his rockets and lasers. Yeah. He was an adult. He was a jaded fair fair fair kinship Zam vote. I hope there's a scene about that in the movie where he uses his greatest superpower. The ability to vote. There is a protracted scene where she dies. I. He it's about fourteen minutes long dies of an undiagnosed liver infection, and it is extremely sad. It's right in the middle of the fight. And he just dies. Yeah. One weakness and then origins at the end is torso explodes open, and the boy climbs out, and it's very much. It's very much attack on titan, which you didn't expect except instead of big scary. It is actually Levi's huge adult body. I love it. A big scary Lebai. I love it. It takes them a long time to get through the suit because it's made, you know, super stuff. I have a question. Yeah. Which is to coming out. Yeah. That's what's on my plate. Right now is I feel like I've already absorbed every part of this. And I would love to know win Schimdt to do when to coming few months. It's out in June. You're doing another one year signed up for. So the second one is just called Zam two colon pukes. And this one's mostly about. The pubic experience there is okay. Thank you for why. There is a thirteen minutes seen earlier in the film, just or the liver cancer the for the undiagnosed liver infection claim shits there is an earlier scene where he marvels. Morris of pubic hair, roughly thirteen minutes here. Olden off camera. Don't worry. It's very tasty to watch. It's beautiful boyfriend his friend, boy, the young boy brings danger with him sits in an adjacent continues to turn up the television louder and louder to try to cover the sound of his friend marvel. Now, I see why people call it a Bush. I bet it's invincible. It looks like the prickly mulberry Bush outside of my mom's house because mom and dad are divorced. And I can't put them back together with my superpowers. Vo these pews though. Don't turn up Maury Povich. Listen to me. It's got a lot of heart. Are you v? Get there. It's probably doing good or not tomatoes. I haven't looked Mark strong in it. He's a talent. I enjoy Mark strong March strong, huge talent. Can we do? Yeah. I question. Yeah. Wishes AM to coming. That was my girlfriend, and I went out for brunch at a diner near her home to find it was much busier than usual where we get a table and enjoy your meal with only slight delays. But it appears we've been forgotten and our check isn't coming. We've been served by a rotating cast. So we're not sure her to even ask and all the servers are moving at lightning speed of hours full plate. So interrupting them seems like a bad idea. What is our next move? Do. We died in dash from place. We really like it would like to return to do we live in this diner? Now that's from munch money misgivings. In minneapolis. This is you know, that Dinan dash is not an option. Right. It's twenty nineteen and it's not twenty fifteen and so that's not an option anymore because the government the GPS there's dine and dash and then get followed by satellites does the there's the Natalie. Of the nets in the Meatloaf. Yes. There's there's an Anna tech in all foods. So that's Justin's brand. Now, you know, not to dine. And dash. I don't know what to tell you on this. These people are doing their jobs, and you gotta just assert yourself in squeaky wheel it and go get your own fucking. Check just punch it into the machine. It's easy. What table are you see today at lookout the number of tables around the room, whatever number you, lay dot EDU. Stop is years, and you go up, and you tap that number now, what's the dollar signs say fifteen dead skid. That's how much you do it for. And if it's not yours, then you just paid it forward. And it also kind of sounds like they're super busy. Maybe once you're done ringing in urine. Check, maybe grab a train and maybe buses table or get your fucking hands dirty by which I mean Duncombe in the soup and start just giving it to people. Yeah. What's that order up? Here's a handful of soup oath. Thank you. I've been waiting for ten minutes from my soup when the outback steakhouse manager comes out and says you got. Gotta stop. You. Gotta stop you guys say, well, if you're not going to fill this charge that you've been given then you can't complain when somebody else decides to do your fucking dirty work broaddrick. And when broddrick trust afire, you you say are you ready to pay my unemployment because I haven't been given any written warnings yet. So if you jump right? The termination I'll see you in court. There is we give a lot of Gulf too. We have a lot of to cash dirty filthy money. But there is something to be said for the ability of being able to figure out how much your meal is calculated tip and then just leaving money. Yeah. Just walk. You could bolt whatever you want to. Yeah. When you look at your money, and you think it's disgusting because statistically every dollar has been touched by a bug at some point. Yuck. But you gotta look at it like they're awesome blossom coupons. Awesome. Their tickets to an awesome blossom experience, and you can just leave them on the table and skedaddle and not worry about it. You know, I've been a waiter server slash hosts several times at different places. And I think that if like I had a table full of people, and then I looked over and they were gone. I would immediate. Oh, am I go with the table? And be like, oh, there's like three twenties here that could be fan. I guess maybe the money is in like phys. Ical form. I hope they enjoyed their most or whatever I wish had been four twenty s grab a good. There's four twenty year. Good at that. To have to delete yours. Jesse UK with that. Yeah. Didn't I don't remember having one. So it won't be missed. Yeah. I think that proves asked an answer how about a yacht who I'd love that dude. Here's a love it Adrian calcium. This one. Get out here. All right. As asked by go gee fan who asks if you raise a crocodile since it's birth. Will it ever turn on? You know, next question, Justin, you have an opinion. No are as long as it doesn't taste human flesh. Yeah. It does once and that's pretty much the ball game. I think that's true of most animals though. Yeah. Pets at least don't let that turtle get an app. Oh, God eve we've all seen him the videos of the people who grew up with the lions or rather the lines grew up with them. And then they don't see the lines grip. And then they come back and see the lines lions charge at them. And you're like fuck, you know, right? You we go. But then they just hugged him. I don't know that a crocodile is gonna do this. I don't know that a crocodile is going to be like you Davis in the run up to you and scaly arms around your your your. The soft supple neck. I don't think we're gonna get exchange. I've always loved you, Brian. I don't know. I'm I don't know how crocodile shows affection except for not running fast at you and snapping its big jaws. Do you ever think whenever I see like, those unlikely animal friends, and it's like a lion Galab Rodrigo? All. I could think is that the labrador retrievers like, yeah, we're friends. Fuck what do we look at this thing? Play with the poll. The fun thing about the. Likely. Fred animal friends is that every time you see one of those. No that the beginning of that story is some cat. Who's like, I don't know. Maybe fuck it. I'm drunk, although for every like, one of those you see there's eighteen the didn't quite pan out that they just didn't click on a friend level. I'm trying to think of what a crocodile friend is. And I'm thinking about these birds that right on the crocodiles back sometimes just chilling in the middle of the lake the swimming pool. And then I think that's the only one that they're going to get because if a bird can feel the wind changing can feel a single drop sweat forming on their crocodile friend there crocodile life, partner below them. And know that the Trump is coming, and then they can immediately leave upwards they can leave in a direction that the crocodile cannot follow. I feel like it's a lot more like dread pirate Roberts at that point. Like almost likely kill you in the morning like cuckoo. I'm going to sit here. So I don't have to keep flying. I'm tired truly tied. All right. I used to love playing rock band and guitar hero. When I was a kid recently dug out my old, I'm sorry. They've a curse word here. But I'll say it shitty. Last to get off. Do we have to do? Outta my attic and found I was missing a set of drumsticks. There are few music stores within driving this since where I can buy some. But I don't really play the, drums and freight. Someone asked me something about drown. Drumsticks, I want or really anything at all. I'll look so stupid. What do I do? I mean, are there are electric drums, right say, I'm an electric drummer. They tell me about what kind of let your jump set. You got. I have a get the fuck outta here. You're a liar. No, no. I know the brand it's a microphone dice monitor microphone dice monitor. You just looking around your own room. You see? It's good beats. It's a good beat. It is not a good good beats hasn't put out a drum set and over twenty years. It's rented expensive. Really? It's a vintage good beats drum. You get a vintage good beats those are like fifty thousand dollars Jonah here. John, John, John, John. That's just a guy in the background. You know, he's store ever keep it down could talk. This dude about his vintage fifty thousand good Pete's. Phones you. Okay. So tell me more about what kind of drums. Your cigarette. Loud seizing. You're saying it out loud. While you're playing a. Yeah. I do that helps me visualize the tunes. What's up? It's me. Sammy hagar. In my store. Sorry. I said it wrong. It's me Hammy Sega Hamdi. You gotta talk this dude, his fifty thousand dollar vintage here, and he stole all the drumsticks out the door. What while you were talking? Perfect crime. Yeah, he never saw that. So get him. He say guard that you worked Sammy Hagar, impressions, you working with the Jill been Zil Sylvan. There's one of those letters, man. Wait. Are you really hear me say? Maybe he just burst any brothers tour. So now gasman. Are there any famous drummers? Okay. Like, let's say about their teeth moon, Ringo Starr, whose dead. That's not good. Let's say Ringo Starr, can you go in and say you you're buying your Ringo star's assistant concert nearby. You don't know fucking anything about drums, and I need a pair, drums, right drumsticks? And they're like what kind of drums do you play? And then you could be like, I think you should know is Ringo Starr, you tell me what kind of drums he plays. And then they feel like the idiot 'cause they don't know. They're just going to sheepishly sell you them at a great rate or or better yet. Like when he's like what kind of drums? I don't know why I work at for. It was start crying. Yeah. You'll probably get a discount at that point. You also say let me get some drumsticks. And they'll say, oh, what kind of set? Do you play? You know for eating corn cobs off of. Now, I just have big hands so traditional chopsticks don't work. Don't work for me. I'm Hammy Sagar. Look at my huge poems. I have to use drumsticks because I want everything I eat taste like rock and roll. No, I'm trying to fight some rock vampires. And this is the only way I'm going to be able to get close to them each Adachi moss. It's me Hammy Sagar ready to enjoy this delicious meal you've prepared for me. To say, we hit your restaurant does seem e c should shouldn't. He yes, he does. I wanna follow my spirit on this and just Google Sammy Hagar restaurant and to see Sammy Hagar's beach bar and grill. Yes. It just seemed like he would head shocking and mate. He's got five holy shit. If you wanna enjoy Sammy's beach bar and grill you can head the glamorous Honolulu. Loss Vegas Cleveland. Okay. Southland park gaming and racing. Now terror. I can Jen the fi- Arkansas. Hurry and back Cleveland, it's close to the hall of the rock and Roll Hall of fame. May maybe when I'm walking through the hallowed halls at hall of fame lowering about all my favorite rock legends. I see Sammy Hagar not in there. I think all I can think is boy I want this man can do set a chicken wings. And that's how he made it into the cooking hall of fame. True, multi disciplinarian. Can we talk about the max fund drive again because it's been so long? I'm starting to get the jitters I would coming. Alright. So fucking funny. Dude. Thanks, so his here's what I was. Can I be personal moment? Personally, lemme open why heart like she's Zam and let my little kid inside out. All right. I keep a boy in my chest K. What do you what do you say here? Now, that's what I wanted to keep them, bullying my g's travel. What I would be able to do that. If it weren't for donors. So you're a you're a broad shouldered, gentlemen. So I could see somebody meet David with Larry. Comfort. You have also gone with crying. I would have given you that. Yeah. I think there's a thing in men in black where there's a person's person's just anyways, we are all at this point full-time, professional podcasters. And the only reason we are able to do that is because of donors because of max von drive in the max fun donors, and it's one of those things where tweeted about this last week, but I do about every four weeks, fourteen episodes of content for max fun, and that's a lot. But the reason I do that. And the reason I care about it so much I know how much it matters to you. You know, I see people tweet about it all year and people show it to our shows. But during max fund drive, I get this big burst of inspiration. Because I see all these people saying this is why this matters to me. This is why love max von this is why I love my brother, my brother, and me and the adventures and solvents Shriners, wonderful and trends, like bees and still. Offering and that just a fills me with so much joy and gratitude and horny power and horny power. And that horsepower is what fuels me for another year that horny fire in my soul keeps me going. Yeah. I think what Travis is trying to say is you can support the things that you care about. And that you want to be in the world. And that support means the world to us. Even no matter what level it is. We get a lot of tweets from people saying like sorry, I can only do five dollars a month. That's huge. That is that is you advocating for the stuff that we make. And that's like the most meaningful thing that you can do for a creator, and you've been so kind to us in the past with your your donations in your support. So if you just started listening, or maybe you're listening to more shows on the network consider donating you get to pick the shows you went to directly support and your your money will go to them and. Yeah. This is this is the time of year where just think about you know, what you have gotten out of the shows that we make. And if you have the means and you feel comfortable doing so go to maximum fun dot org slash donate. And get those great rewards like the bonus content at five bucks, or the the pins at ten bucks. There's there's a lot of options there. This is also the best time to upgrade your donation. Maybe get a member for a while. And you know, you've started listening to more shows or they fill the even more important part of your life. Whatever, you know. Maybe you got a big raise at work, or whatever, you know. Maybe it's time to bump up from five to ten or ten to twenty. And when you do you will also get some of those new wards for this year. And I also want to say one last thing for move onto other questions. I know that not everybody can donate. You know, there was a time in my life where five dollars a month was out of the question for stuff like this. But you can still help out by going to Twitter or Instagram, or whatever social media, you use and share. On the link maximum fund dot org Ford slash donate. And use the hashtag Mets fund drive and tell people why they should donate on why the show's matter and why you know, like, if you have a friend who, you know, listen to the show, and, you know, maybe say to them like, hey, did, you know, the max fun drives going on and make sure that they know about it all those things really help us out. Can we just talk real quick about the the bonus? Just I kind of the bonus concert go for you can give five dollars a month. Just our shows. Right. There are one two three four five six seven eight nine ten eleven bonus episodes of my brother, my brother me, and there which includes the ghost horse few for brother horns demo by Lynn minimum Randa him him. Singing that demo is in there. The one and only episode of big gulp live. Archives in there. There's a videos of us goofing on like educational videos. There is still buffering play DND. We played a Honey heist. They oh shit. That was so for TASR. It was really fun and funny. We also played Lynn and us played dragons one time, and he was a barred, and it was really fun, and there's just like so much great stuff in there, and you get access to all of it for donating five bucks a month. And it would. And it just I think it it would really mean a lot to us one last thing, and I'm recording this after the fact that you can't tell because we forgot to mention it. We are going to do a few other stretch goals for numbers we hit as you know, the whole max fund community for this drive. The first thing maybe relevant if you know, the history of my brother, my brother, and me and our. Are failures at twelve thousand five hundred new upgrading max fund members which is half of our station wide goal of twenty five thousand we're going to put out the may the fourth Star Wars Episode that we did live at the Troy the Detroit disaster episode. We're going to put that in the donor bonus feed, which again, you get access to five dollars a month and fifteen thousand new upgrading fund members. We're going to put out the episode of the adventures elementary that we recorded on the Joko cruise in which we had a fifth Sherlock Holmes who was Pat Rothfusz, and that one mile the mystery really got away from us that time. So yeah. Two additional bonus episodes that we're gonna put up as stretchable, and we may do some some more later on this week maximum fund dot org. Ford Sasha donate get that. Did you did you do what soundboard and what's not soundboard anymore? I want a much wide g I g g I want to. Oh, would you do? I put a little British was on that one and a little bit of British stank. I got a little ACDC out of that was that a little bit of AC DC or acted. Or air conditioned, air conditioned air conditioned, Dave Cooley as sometimes. Dad? It's back Pizza Hut brings back cult favorite possess on from March manage folks his own is back. This isn't even that funny of a one it's more like max fund drive time to give back public service announcement the POS zone is back. That means I have to stop referring to a person's genital triangle as their own because now something else again, it could get using if you're like, hey, have some of your position and they're like, oh, my genital triangle now. No, no. It's a perfect addition to any March madness watch party customers can choose from pepperoni meaty and supremo recipes. Yeah. Yes. He got a lot of options. Here's a quote from Marianne Radley the chief brand officer Pizza Hut. The Magara is talk about this all the time. So we thought we might as well bring a back. It's not a Weiner. March madness is not a waiter. It's one of the most captivating sports moments of the year. We're excited to bring that back to possess on as part of our five dollar lineup. During a time when friends and family will be gathering into patient and excitement boy itself like Barry. It has never been to a party before you know, when your friends and family gathered intimidation excitement, do you made a party to watch sports Marianne? You guys wanna come over anticipate another basketball with me, if you're listen Marianne who is not a robot continues. Even if you're team doesn't advance in the tournament. Even if the human players don't score enough points if not into ring satisfactory number of times, the comeback of the position is something. We know all fans can rally around here you've written at the end of your bracket the position back baby. And you right. Here's twenty five million dollars. You won the universal bracket. You want it? Hey Pizza Hut. Bring back the big foot. You fucking cowards. I want to cheat. My life's goal of being crushed to death. By a big foot pizza falling over on me. And that's not gonna happen without your help. It's kind of this this fucking pressure Lewis. It continues the ads there's going to be ads during March madness for the the ads includes some of the most famous March madness reaction memes from recent years. Oh that sounds pretty good from recent years like the what just happened WALE featuring John Phillips a diehard northwestern fan and viral sensation from the two thousand seventeen NCWA tournament. All right. It's just like, yeah. You advertising are you advertising the memes that are in your thing is that what's going on. I guess this is a guy who got sad in a way that everyone really liked and so because of him I will eat pizzas. I get so hungry seeing other people's disappointment sadness. Yeah. It was sad in a way that I thought I founded attaining a big way. So I did make me hungry for your pizza zone. Yes. Empathy really gets me salivating. I'm just trying to find a clip of this fucking this fucking sound like this wail that apparently so funny. They've gotta use it to sell pizza cows zones. What happened with the what happened way I'm not living on until I can find it just warning you now the first thing that comes up for me is an article from the natural history museum says what happens to whale when it dies. It's probably not that. Right. I'm reading about a whale prison guide. Like the first result is just this kid. This kid is just a Jif. It's just a Jif. I mean, it's just a different kid who sat about that's good like. It's just a gym. I want to watch. This guy gets sad and have a fun time. I'm gonna put it in the thing. It's just it's nothing. It's your two thousand seventeen this kid's got a home in three kids. What what what what what is marketable about that? He's really he's genuinely sad. He's the son of the athletic director of the losing team. I imagine he's quite upset about his father's, you know. You know, his father steeple sports too. This watching this child. This has no re tweets and no likes. Yeah. There was somebody Pizza Hut who very much enjoyed watching this boy watch his father get sports defeated and thought that it's going to sell mad zones. It's just you came. So the northwestern kid, I guess thing. He was just really sad about the sports. Yeah. He was just a sample. It's just a sad. Boy who is sad about the game. Anyway. Everyone. My dad got fired from the radio station and fell down a flight of stairs on his way out. And I cried, and then someone took a picture of that. And then they started selling big Macs with it. Okay. This this goes on to brag about book, it it says the literacy project, you know, book it read books, get free pizza. It says here in partnership with a Phillips who is oh Phillips. I guess the boy the crying boy. Game. I read a bunch of books. They're partnering with the boy to revive equal access to books and education resources Pizza Hut is donating twenty thousand dollars. You shouldn't have you made that five minutes ago. You fuck owes really twenty thousand dollars pizza, are you sure? They're making the sad. Boy, pay for it. Got a word. It's savings. It's not a wash bitches at a Pizza Hut. Girfriend you had all all lined up for us before I so rudely interrupted. Yes. So I have who here that was sinning by Kaelin. Thanks kaelin. It's Yahoo answers user, Dan. Who asks I don't get it. What's the point of bubble bath ever since? I was a kid. I never understood what the deal is with bubble bath does cleaner than just soap and water. Or is it just a stupid load of crud. Or is it meant to make you feel like you're a millionaire when you ain't or. Does it have some function? I never understood like is the whole point of it says you can have someone else in the room while you're bathing, and they can't see your private parts because bubbles or is bubble bath. Just totally pointless. This person is listed three great things about bubble bath. They're still wondering what the point of it is you're getting it. Yeah. There's not some secret hidden bubble bath agenda that you're. Yeah. That's it. It makes you feel like a millionaire where you the first thing. No question to people can't see your private parts. The act of bathing Imos films without Earls. And you know, this this or take tasteful pictures of your toddlers because there's a bubble bath door. So all it looks like they've got a beard and a hat on. And you can't see them just touched on the next thing. Which is the Santa beard is very good hint beard is very good. I bet this guy goes to the park where kids are playing with Bubba Watson. He's like what's the point? Does it? Get you clean. I mean. Hi. Hi. These kids high. It'll get it. I do support doing say this about bubble bath. I wish there was off. Switch once you board the bubble bath train. Yes, go back to water bath, you simply cannot, and it is for this reason that my I used to draw a bubble bath for my son. And I did it for a while. And then he started just requesting no bubbles only two year old. I know of who's like I'll just do a water one this time and every time I hate those bubbles because you can't turn them off. There's just always there. Once you do and you can't actually re it's so hard to rinse bubbles off like. Yeah. It is a yeah. It bubbles. Bubble baths. Are also if kids are real young you shouldn't do both as bad for their skin, especially. People with young people with vaginas. It's not great for him. Just a little PSA for me. I would like to pitch this a new bubble bath strat. Okay. Make bucket of bubble bath on the side, then you can place the you can do the bubble hat. You could do the bubble beard. You could even play some bubble coverage. But you have sequestered the bubbles over in a safe area where they can be admired. Oh, those are some great bubbles, but they're not over here. Investing my whole bath zone. That's fun. There's also this a second bathtub that sits in the ceiling above your current bathtub. Fill up your bathtub, upstairs bathtub also gets filled up. And then when you want the bubbles in your fun bath to go away when the person's left the room, and you like your genitals to really. Scuba around down there without being obfuscated by the suds. Then you pull the lever and this the floor of your tub opens up and falls out of the house and in the floor of the upstairs bath opens an instantly refills with clean, beautiful, easy, breezy, beautiful bubble free water and Gromit brings you a sandwich or whatever. Then your breakfast gets made. And you're Mr. bean or what? And it was not cereal pours, the only like two pieces of it. You can laugh at me. But let me ask you this. Okay. You ever see Mr. Bean's, dick? Griffin. Please me talk about this again. Sunday afternoon already for regular weekly conference. Call with grid. Have you ever see? They had to put butts in the season, Johnny English three somehow. The last time Johnny English is it Mr. bean, you can fuck and cry that on my cold dead hands. You can lean over my casket at my funeral. Be like, it's not true. That's the only way you're going to take that for me. But because he is Mr. being manly talks normal or. He gets into wacky hijinks. They can't fucking pants falls down. And he doesn't do being spy. Good. Hello. Does that sound like Mr. bean who goes into the museum and makes a big mess? Hello. I can't believe that you're not on my side on this. I'm actually kind of heartbroken about it. I just being devil's advocate. No sorry Griffin. All right as a different person. He's also not the same guy from the remake of rat race. He is similar though, Mr. bean Mr. bean is very similar from race. I think he only says the one thing that it's very. Ace bang, but he's also not Blackadder blackout. Or is that -pletely different? That's different that one's different. But the other ones where he's Mr. bean, I think he's actually Mr. bean knows. So like, wait. So Johnny does Johnny English come before Mr. bean where maybe he sees too much. And he's like, I'm never speak. Again. I Johnny English never comes before anyone. He's proper British gentleman. That knows how to make a lover last take care like he'd Chinese food. It's not overturn baguettes cookies. That's the line from Alec Baldwin's movie. Poss baby shadow. I watched boss baby fucking twice on the cruise. How is your crews? I had fun. I didn't get diarrhea against the will of Gaden, man. And I watch boss baby twice. Pretty good. Pretty good time. I think I had. These you know, there's Netflix series, you could just transition straight into that. I think it's on. It's like eighth season. Six six are show in TV was done. But we've got a rope to like six seasons of boss baby Boston around or whatever the. Pair the quality of our show to the quality of boss baby Griffin or Justin which one are you not? I mean, the animation is about equal but the voices in ours. Are a lot better. All right. Let's not even remember who made it so be nice. Oh, you're right. It is a DreamWorks thing. Get that voting. Oh, I thought that one word. Due to the next one. All also, I had did have a lot of fun with boss, baby. The national corn bread festival is coming up next month. And I was thinking checking out not fuck you there. I noticed the words. No drones allowed were written at the bottom of every single page in bold, orange fund a reach out to the organizers through Email about a week ago. Bless you. Good for you. Excellent. I reach the organizers through Email about a week ago about not kind of response, and it doesn't stay why they're band anywhere on the site. I hope when you reach out to them you Email to say, hey, I know, I get it. But can I bring one drone? Just the one drone. Man, it doesn't say anywhere. And so why are drones band? How can I find this out? Now, we've been making a push recently for more more just really got us in advice questions. I how ever have gone to national corn bread dot com and found that really prominently at the bottom of every single page. It does say no drones allowed in huge, orange letters. And I don't understand. It's like it's really prominent the only reason that happens is passed cornbread festival. Big did not have this rule some drone showed up and ruined everything. Yeah. I mean it man it's really just on the masthead their high. It's above their address. They added if you can imagine this friend of your if you're not at a computer at the bottom of the page. There's like the links for Facebook and Twitter Instagram, boy Instagram of national festival bark that way. Oh, it's a bunch of horn grad. God. Yeah. Actually, really delicious. Now that I look at and then at the bottom of the page there's like their address in white and then above that in three times as big font in huge lead, orange letters. It says no drones allowed. So did the website maybe used to be something else? And then they updated every part of it. But couldn't figure out how to remove no drones allowed from the masthead. No drones allowed d think do drones. Okay. I got back yard to do that. Got say no drones allows Ron's eat corn bread. They do like it. I don't. But like do they like it more than the rest of us? I don't know. I just listen if I worked hard to make some and I'm hoping to win the blue ribbon makes them like award-winning cornbread. Right. And then a drone sweep in and eats. It all up before what am I supposed to how am I supposed to Sabbath Rome Griffin? Now, I will say there's let's comes razor this because what's more likely drones to eat and enjoy digest. And then I guess shit corn bread or at the national cornbread festival in south Pittsburg Tennessee. There was executed the fucking heist of the century. A an aerial corn bread escape and nary nary a flake of this sweet yellow bread crossed the gums of the attendees and participants of the festival as they lifted off into the skies. And they even did the thing that they do at the Super Bowl sometimes will form words like maroon five or Pepsi good. And it said like fuck us this this gets are where it's at from the national biscuit council. It was a spite thing it's possible that I thought it was gonna I figure head towards like a super villain who has like a crazy craving. I quarterback, and they've stolen like five thousand pounds of corn bread, right? Under the nose possible of that corn bread festival who's always the wording them. Yeah. And another possibility is that. If you see the way the tints are lined up in the parking, lots are lined up in the corn maize is lined up the whole thing when seen from way, above bird's eye view. And this is just an accident is just kind of how came together it does look like a dog sitting on its but with a huge Boehner. And they don't want anyone to know. And it's too late to change. It. Do you think maybe the organizers of the corn bro will are worried that people would show up just like super excited for corn bread? And then they look up like oh shit are those robots flying in the sky cornbread. I would apply that about this. Yeah. That's way. More interesting. I bought a skywalk festival two inch should list. Some other things that are more interesting than core bread like yoyos or bread pencils favor. There's so many big Gers. On the corn bread festival website of people pretending to be super jazzed about the idea of done wrong. I love corn bread. But these people it is as if they have never eaten food before. I kind of really want to go now tweeted that I see the is now tweeted, hey are Jones a lot at the corn bread fest corn bread festival, and that's all that after just one because I want to be clear, I don't want to bring a lot of drones just the one. And this is a fun thing that Justin likes to do to Twitter accounts with six hundred followers is sort of just sort of bring the hammer down on them a joke hammer how about a Yahoo. Yeah. Love that. Thank you. So here's one that here's one that was sitting by Jessica Williams. Thank you. Jessica it is from yahu answers user, they are non Humous. So I'm going to call them. Sally Sally asks. Was I right to leave the party because there was nowhere for me to sit yesterday. My grandma had a party at her house. My whole family went and extended family to it started at like ten AM. And I got there at twelve PM. I drove there to find. There were no seats. I walked in the backyard and everyone was sitting down, and I got a fended because no one offered me seat. I would have had to stand up the whole time. So I got my car in left was I right to do that. Now, the whole family is talking about me and thinks I'm weird. Here's the thing that Sally was a isn't telling us, it's not our family say she showed up, and it was like she's back, and she's like, no one's giving me and she left at everyone was super relieved. Yeah. Also Sally is a baby black bear who just keeps. Coming onto my lot and keeps fallen in my swimming pool, and scaring, my my child lot. That's possible. It could also be that you showed up two hours late to your grandma's radical party. And so maybe you don't get maybe just don't get a seat grandma's party going that two hours was an acceptable window to dig grim. Put ten AM to question. Mark. Here at all day. Now, if it's a memorial date thing in iron tin, that's kind of come and go situation like you can because you're going to be going all the neighbors houses, especially. About it, especially if you got to easily accessible bathroom people are going to hit you all day long. Hey, Bill, Steve. Yeah. Whatever, where's the graph? Of course. Yeah. Love it. So good catching up gotta shoot a dick. Thank you for your service. I never actually can I shit in here. That's a closet, okay? This would be generally speaking is it okay to leave a party because there's nowhere for you to sit. I certainly in my collegiate days before I learned how to speak to other human beings, I left parties for far less reasonable reasons than this reason like to drunk reason to drunk or someone showed up who looked like someone that I had beef with. But it didn't end up to be then there were drones there. Or you thought are or you thought you heard ice cream truth out, your another Chucky gotta chase that shutdown gussie what's happening out there. I think that rather than tell someone like if someone's like, hey, Sally, widely the party don't say they're won enough seats. There say I knew they were more seed somewhere else. Well, that's that's put us positive thing. I'm still at the party. I'm just sitting at my house. Now, I have annexed my house as part of your party because that's where I knew the seat was what if you told me when to buy more chairs, but the tear store had bird? You went home because it was very far away from the original. Yeah, you can do what I do whenever I show up to any social function, which is walk into the room and introduce my presence, and then just very very slowly start sitting down wherever I am a hope that somebody puts a chair under me, and I make a big deal out of it. Like, oh does that work. Oh, no here. I go going to I don't smash motto kiss on the ground. Please. Give me a thing to land. Oh, no. I'm almost losing my balance think took office now Gribben you have broken your Cox IX like AB times. Right. I don't it's really just kind of a metal kind of mostly just at truck hitched back there at this which is cool because I poetry ller. I can get a boat down to the river just on myself, which citing. I would leave the party because I don't wanna stand up Mullah bunch of sitters in the same way that I do not want to be the only person sitting at the party talking to a bunch of zones. I would I would find someplace lower to sit down. Oh, like if everybody sitting on a chair, you could say I'm like footstool, you know, what I mean? So now, it's like, I'm even more comfortable than you are damned Travis funky and relate of twisted to I'd say, well, I'm not what I bring to the party. Get a shovel and start digging a hole you can sit in. Yeah. Do that the lowest lay down and look up your grandma the lowest the lower. You are the cooler. You are you're closer to the center of the earth where it's hot baby, and maybe just grabbed the whole bowl of potato salad. Fork in there. No need for a plate. Yeah. Don't leave. That's not going to get even with them. These mother fuckers wanna be chair hogs. I think I think you've got it just up in the hot dog trae. I think a good way to get a bunch of people standing up who are sitting is just walk in and say oh sitting and then just don't say anything else as you look around the room, slowly. That would work on me. I'd be like, wait. What is it? What's oh issue are setting? That's really bad for you. I heard sitting for five minutes is like having thirty heart attacks. What I saw on the news. Yeah. I'm a standard problem is then once people start standing up with you, you can't Knicks sit down like, oh, you know, what I'm going to risk it. I read another story. They updated the sciences changed. You know, science the science on sitting is different now. Oh, you know, what I love when confronted with my grandma her rude chair stealing ways as you get a Whoopie cushion under there. Oh my God. This sounds so funny. Nobody talk while you cutting blow it up first. And you don't wanna see them to see do that go in the bathroom and say like, I've got a shit. And then you go in the bathroom because. But do make it seem like you're actually doing the deed because they're going to be like, why are you doing in there because and so all the toilet paper roll a few times and tear off. So that they think spend time praying loudly. Well, no, that's I'm talking about usual bathroom stuff. And so yeah me to flush it down and wash your hands. Good. But you don't have to just turn the water on and really you can do that anywhere, but that's a whole different prototype. And then you're going to go outside and sit in the chairs at this point, the what because in your belly up in your shirt and growing walk out. And you'd better do it to grandma because it's going to be the funniest like it's funnier when an older person passes gas. Yes, yes. Yes. You are going to stand behind them or maybe crawl behind him. So everybody else doesn't see you. And once you get there you're going to have to get that what because under granny's behind. Yes. And it was this is the part of your plan. I. Most interesting thing. Sure. Sure. Sure. So we're talking about what is it what? Because while I'm glad you asked me that very question. It's just a bag full of air, and what is air known for it can fill any space that it occupies. And so if you just put it sort of against your granny's thought by and the chair the surface, and you just kinda start pushing that big balloon against her Heine it's gonna get under there. Eventually the question is what is there to distracting her against this, very obvious station. That's the obvious question. I know you think I'm a real goofball by suggesting this another thing you need in this situation is a pill. Catty full of bees. Okay. Yes. A pill caddy full of bees. Yeah. And you're just going to start open those up one by one and once they start getting bored with one be opened up Tuesday Wednesday Thursday beat if it's don't worry about why not just hat. It's sorry. I'm sorry. Why not into box of? These because it's harder to catch a boxful of bees. If you open up a box Travis. Even a small box like a box for shoes, and then fucking seven bees fly out people be like that was not other presents. But if you throw up till caddy for one week down, and you've been walkover to what you've just thrown down and one by one open all the doors. It it does the scare factor. Because people look like oh my God. That's a week's worth of. Open. One b right. Yeah. Be then you would go and scoot, some more of the cushion underneath Graham, oh and getting bored. You go back to the center. Open monday. Now, go back more cushion exactly the problem is that you've chosen a target who maybe the least mobile person at the event. And so you need to confront yourself the reality. This thing this dog just is not going to hunt. Even no matter if you have something ridiculous like to full pill caddies full of bees. And so at that point, you're grains, going catch you and it'll do the funny. Exclamation point thing like in metal gear solid. And she'll be like what do you do? What do you do? And then that's when you just take the what because in back, and you just squeeze it. So that the little repor lips of it is blowing the fart like at her dairy air, and that's going to be not ideal obviously. But you get something out of it. So my. My only sadness that you've added all this out. No one will ever get to hear any of this madness. That's the only thing that makes me sad. No. I think that one made the cut it did. Surprise. Can we not the max fund drive? Sure. I guess so. Okay. Yeah. Maximum fund for its donate is the address if you donate five ten twenty dollars a month at twelve months, you get a puzzle and a pin of your choice and all the, but it's content. Thirty five dollars a month. You get an engraved mug and the puzzle and the the pin the content. That engraving by the way, I should've mentioned it's you don't get to pick. The engraving it's the Maxwell ago. But it's cool. There's a cool thing to have on your arby's arby's logo, a love it. They're they're more gifts at higher donation levels. 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FTL Digest 2021-02-15

"Here are the highlights from the latest episode of free talk live visit freetalklive dot com for the full episode. The title of the show tonight however is pleased. Cancel cancel because well. I don't know about you. But i'm tired of it. Yeah this whole thing where folks are just getting cancelled and d platform left and rights. What now who got putting d platform now. Well the lead article we have tonight is. Are you familiar with rowe and atkinson. The mr bean her yeah. So there's from insider dot com. Mr bean acura concern compares cancelled culture to medieval mob looking for someone to burn except without any of the you know bravery that might be involved in actually having to capture someone in burn them. Yeah i've got another usually went. Went after girls. yeah. I've got another bit from the evening. Standard and publishers. Themselves are afraid to even comment on cancel culture. So that tells you how powerful cancel. Culture actually is these days. Our forecast is coming. And i called rodgers campground to book my site. It's happening june twentieth to july fifth. And if you book your site now you can get pretty much whatever you want and before. You even do that like you know. It's hard to at rogers. You have to call someone on the phone. Get them at the right time. But you know what's easy to do is to go to fork fest dot com and just put yourself on the site. Because last time i called in it was just this stupid. Google form that you like put in a number and your campsite name but now it's all interactive remember. I teased that. I was doing geo locating so like you can actually find your campsite. Real looking map satellite style map will if you go there now and you should. Maybe your web browsers cashed or whatever so you might Might show the same size before. But if you haven't been there before fork fest dot com. You can just add yourself right onto the map. Put your name and your campsite number and then you'll show up green so people know you're there and then you know if you want to know who else is there. Click on list of vendors. Then you can see who else is partying with you at forecast. Wow wow can you pay in crypto for what for your p- campsite. you know. You should be able to do that so i would would. I wish was the case that you go to fort fest dot com and you book your site. Just pick whatever one you want to see. What's available and you pay in in bitcoin. Or whatever you like to use. And it's just done. Mr bean actor ruin atkinson compares cancel culture to a medieval mob looking for someone to burn. They're going to be upset about that. I hope they don't flick to being. Were spill a british actor and comedian. Rowe and atkinson has become the latest celebrity to criticize so-called cancel culture during an extensive interview with times atkinson. Who is best known for his satirical. Mr bean character said cancel culture was eroding freedom of speech and made him fearful for the future. It's important that we're exposed to a wide spectrum of opinion but what we have now is the digital of the medieval mob roaming the streets looking for someone to burn. He said so. It is scary for anyone. Who's a victim of that mob and it fills me with fear about the future. Well the best thing you can do is take action. Okay so don't wait around for you know some big tech company to decide that they don't want you anymore and cancel or some mobbed. Come after you on the internet and demand that you be cancelled go ahead insecure independent means of communication. Now if if you know social media is valuable to you you ought to be doing something. Like a mastodon instance. You can run your own if you've got the chops or if you know somebody who's got the chops if not you can join one of thousands existing and that gives you a heck of a lot more security over social media post. The problem we have online is that an algorithm decides what we want to see which ends up creating simplistic binary views of society. He said it becomes a case of either. You're with us or against us and if you're against us you deserve to be cancelled and i mean that seems to be the case right. We saw that with keira. I forget her last name. She's in the mandalorian we spoke about. Saturday's real yeah. I think so And she was Canceled for just calling to the attention. The history of how government actually got the public to really sort of hate the jews. Then that's how it was easy for them to round them up because they had published so much propaganda about it that their neighbors were the ones beating. The neighbors were the ones you know what. I mean Shouting at him in the streets. And you know all that kind of stuff. So you know when the and they've been trying to do the same thing to libertarians and conservatives so mostly conservatives but his spills over on libertarians because people don't understand that even more than two views exist. I was arguing with this idiot. Nurse in In new york okay. over twitter and we're arguing about masks and then i said something about the vaccine and he was like well didn't your dear leader bringing the vaccine he has in the past campaign to protect the public's right to free speech and spent many years campaigning against legislation etc and so on during the same interview with radio times atkinson also revealed that he doesn't enjoy playing his classic mr bean role he says. I don't much enjoy playing him. The weight of responsibility is not pleasant. I find it stressful and exhausting. And i look forward to the end of it. The weight of responsibility. Yeah well interesting. I mean when you're playing the same character for what's been forty years or something and he's sixty six. I guess you gotta keep playing at the same way but you know it's not like the world's going to crash and burn down time. He wants to do other things you know. He's he's been there done that. He's old While we're talking about cancel culture this from standard dot co dot uk. The war on words. How cancel culture is taking over the literary world books pulled the last minute and staff threatening to strike because they disagree with. Jk rowling katie. Law reports on how publishing went woke see started publishing house. It's easier publisher. Mom that's a good idea but really is self publishing. I mean is this sort of thing these days. It's true you can disagree with somebody without being afraid of them. You know you're just you're just anti speech. Yes your free speech. Phobic your speech phobic. Yeah you're a literary phobic making new words here you are anyway but it's not going very well keep working on it but i think people are taking this all way too seriously and like and they're acting like this. Oh my god. I lost my twitter account. They're giving twitter and facebook and whatever publishers. We're talking about here that might have canceled say. Jk rowling or whoever. They're giving them too much power. These are old models came. publishing is an old model. Just like newspapers or an old model. These things are going to go away now. Obviously twitter's radio is an old model but it would certainly change your life. if suddenly freetalklive got cancelled. Well radio is also having a tough time and it is free. Talk live has Gets canceled and that's just how it is. You know you gotta you gotta change. You've got to go on a different platform. Create your own platform or whatever. People are taking away to seriously. Look i understand that. Twitter is a new newer platform. But it's more than a decade old now. The author of this article says almost everyone. I spoke to for this article and this is about cancel culture and publishers specifically almost everyone i spoke to for. This article was nervous about expressing their views openly while publishers. Were not prepared to talk on the record. What does that tell us. It's tells us should interviewed me. I'll talk record. I i have no f- it tells us that people are bunch of cowards. I mean by and large. They are just chicken. S about what other people are going to think about what they think. And it's it's stupid. I agree it's people like having careers though. I mean it's important news time bill. Hey if you're willing to sell out for a career then go right ahead. There's money to be made is there's all kinds of careers hamsters got all. Play all kinds of places hiring right now for instance You could go work for the defense industry. Probably a bunch of money i could. Yeah i mean there's all kinds of jobs grieve back doors and booby prizes. Now that i've said that. Of course. I won't get hired. I know you just wanted to say booby. On the air. These zones would permit companies with large areas of land to form governments carrying the same authority as counties including the ability to impose taxes forum school districts and courts and provide government services. So perhaps we could see something. That resembles a crypto nation. Arise possible where you know. We need to start one of these in in new hampshire. Indeed where where you know you only pay for the amount of government services that you deem are necessary for yourself and your family not not everything which is imposed upon you by politicians who say so. Yeah and if you want to impose something on somebody else pay for it right every dime that it costs you pay for nobody. None of these people. I do that to the antiabortion people all the time. It's like well. I'm not gonna pay for your free year laws. So are you going to shell out your own money to pay for it or you can go to war and with these people and spread. Shed your own blood. And they're like yeah. I don't think so. All right then. Shot up mic. drop no. Please don't do any mike dropping. I really hand. I hate the term mic drop. Because obviously anybody who's ever dropped a microphone has never purchased micro lung. Hey daily digest listeners. This is rally blake. I enjoy free. Talk live but i know you do too but finding time to listen to an entire episode isn't always easy so i produced the daily digest. I appreciate those of you. Who have supported me on patriotic and bitcoin to me to thank for producing these digests for those who wish to support me on patriotic visit patriot dot com slash c. Art blake eight six. If you wish to send bitcoin visit patriot dot com slash. Cr blake eight six for those details. That's patriot dot com slash. Cr blake eight six. Thank you so anyways as many of the listeners would may recall. I've you know been involved in some Battles with donna palmer. And now we got one brewing with the town new hampshire. What's going on. So i sent to ian A on telegram a couple of photos of the letter. I just got from today. And it's from a law firm that you know some classic. You know law firm here in new hampshire that these guys towns us and they're telling me i got fourteen days to clean up all the junk in my yard more. I'm gonna face a penalty of fine so Or they're going to actually bring a lawsuit against me but they they say if we do prevail you know you're gonna be fine two hundred dollars two hundred and sixty dollars a day. Sorry my daughter. Make some noise in bathrooms and you're gonna be fined five hundred dollars for each additional offense in the first. Offense is the first day the second offense the second day and it's like you know per item but you know it's like record cold. There's a whole bunch of snow for the first time. How you supposed to. Even you know somebody supposed to clean up something new hampshire in two weeks early care about because who is a town of hanikra to tell me what to do when i got on the record was in writing and i do have that on the record and I When i asked to town for was some public records request. They asked him to explain who they are so they sent me a copy of the town charter and actually in part of the town charter says no part of this charter shall be used against private property. Which is pretty interesting. And when i asked him for what evidence they have and i'm subject to this statute that they are quoting. They sent me a photocopy of if you go to the town and you ask for the tax The zoning card tells you all about your house and house picture your house the square footage and all the dimensions and all the tax worth and all that they gave me that thing. What's packs card and they didn't actually respond to your inquiry there no. They didn't respond anything. And actually zoning officer whose name is mark joe. One of the things i asked for was a copy of his oath of office and they said oh. He's not an elected official. He doesn't have also office really so that's gonna be that's gonna be interesting. These guys operating out of office but you doing an article on how these private corporations are going to become governments or setup governments in power to collect taxes. That's been going on since nineteen thirty nine in this country. These corporations they're not government their governmental. I don't listen to your show a couple of days ago. Download them and listen to them. And you talked about gina carano. She said jews were beaten in the streets. Not by nutsy soldiers but by their neighbors even by children the government. I made their own neighbors. Hate them simply for being jews. And i thought that was pretty righteous and and Mr friedmann thought that was. There's nothing wrong with that. Well there's play wrong without it's it's pure caricature and propaganda. Most germans under hitler's rule never did arrive at the point of hating their jewish neighbors. In fact himmler in nineteen forty three. He gave a speech in posen in october. Nineteen forty three. It's called hitler's second posen. Speech and he said we're going to have some problems with rounding up jews putting them in camps because every german has a favorite jew. He's gonna say oh. Those other jews are troublemakers. But here's a first rate jew. He's a good guy you know. So it's not as simple as this right as what she was saying. She was repeating old propaganda also. She talks as if everything hang on. A minute heading forgetting about the question. She asked the question she asked was. How is this any different from hating people for their political views. Is it okay for christians dab power christians holding power don't generally do things that are destructive to my jewish powers involved in things like promoting immigration and demographic change very aggressively. They're interested in that jack. Having adversarial relationship talk about muslims every hour. We don't have that problem but even so it wouldn't be as big a deal because let me explain Somebody you could read if you were really interested in. This is kevin mcdonald because he's an evolutionary psychologist and he has studied the fact that jews have evolved into this adversarial relationship with their host populations. They have to try to keep their host pot. I know plenty of who are not my adversary. So i mean all of this talk about people are like this because they were born into a certain group is just so despicable and so just thoughtless really loudly. You have to look at the big picture. I have other points to make. I don't have to do anything you say fact tom. You're certainly free to your free to be ignorant. The ignorant calling us ignorant. That's yeah i'm not ignorant of my relationships with other people and other human beings who do not meet the descriptions you're talking about their jewish but they're not trying to control me. I wanted to rant about the attack on homeless right now. That's happening on some cities on the west coast and let me clarify. How i'm coming to about this call. I'm a listener of k two weeks out of needles california which carries freetalklive station. A and i Have become aware of an issue in a city in bullhead city arizona which is Receiving this message right now from pre-talks live They are developing an ordinance. Or they want to pass an ordinance which will basically make it impossible for service organizations to distribute food amongst the homeless population in the way that they're going to do this is bringing about a policy that requires a million dollars plus sheri- yes god the so so they're finding ways to oh yeah you can go ahead and feed the homeless but it's going to cost you a million dollars i that is just one of the things i think i've ever heard i. They shut down people in parks than they arrest. People actually feeding the homeless. And now they're gonna make you carry a million dollars of insurance to just handsome food to your fellow man. Whitney is this proposal. Did you say or they have passed this. No no this is a proposal. They're going to put this on the table for discussion at the next city council meeting and The city of bullhead city arizona. We were talking about this article from my news. Four dot com. Where in nevada. There's a proposed bill that essentially would allow tech companies to become governments and governor cecil lack. Who is sponsoring this. Bill named blockchain's llc As a company that had committed to developing a smart city in an area east of reno after this legislation has passed now. This is an interesting proposal. I'm critical of it. Yes it's an interesting proposal. I don't know what the details are going to be. And i suspect the devil is in them however on its face. I'm not opposed to the idea of okay. This entity wants to carve out a porsche. Because it said earlier in the story that it would be treated as essentially a county so there's already counties all across nevada right. So what essentially they're proposing. Is that some company. come in. I don't know if it's restricted to big tekere or if it's just any any corporation but some company wants to come in by a piece of land and essentially carve it out from that county meaning that it wouldn't oh taxes to that county. That's a big question. Mark that i have right. The market generally is far more innovative than the state is true. So i would hope that at a minimum they would be sort of epicenters of innovation they could be. I don't know that. I'm a fan of states trying to sponsor these quote smart cities unquote. I would prefer the smart cities You know rise up of their own volition but well but a corporation would never do that because a corporation owes its existence to the state. Because they've asked for the state's blessing they didn't want to just do business without asking permission so they went and asked permission so now they're owned lock stock and barrel and they have to obey. I mean this is interesting. I'm curious to see what the application is going to be like as far as like how are they going to use this. Because you're right. They could offer some different things. If they're in charge of their own roads than maybe we'd see some innovation in in rhode keep or or whatever maybe you name the last innovation and roads can you any innovation at room. No because it's always been controlled by the state okay. Led lights in the stoplights Road of it right. Yeah it's it's an elliott. It's a light bulb. So i have been following along with what blockchain's he's been doing for approximately the last three years okay blockchain's. So some background. Blockchain's llc was started by a couple of brothers one of them's in the terni. A brokerage attorney Consumer protections attorney. He was the person who defended. Coin base against the irs when the irs was trying to probe and get everyone's records from that so he was working on behalf of crypto consumers. An crypto banks after that they put a stop on his accounts. They prevented him from being able to use his assets and so he decided instead of trying to sue the irs. He would create his own crypto. Bank okay on top of that. I a undisclosed number of ripta magnates who are all part of this consortium. That's being put together. Decided we need to have our own playground. We need to have a sandbox out in the desert to make around city so they started searching around and they picked the place. Exactly where tesla google switch and all of the the major players out there in story county are putting their their companies and in early two thousand eighteen they purchased the entire one hundred of the remaining amounts of some one hundred and seventy five square miles of story county. Jeffrey burns is the guy behind. The acquisition of the kirkwood bank of nevada happen was a twenty dollar acquisition bank. It bank has two locations. And it's very interesting right so this living hanging this whole thing reminds me a lot of guests familiar with the garbage warrior. I don't that's the guy who builds the earth ships right so he developed developed earth ships earth ships are just houses made out of well every day. Recyclable materials and dirt that are also completely self sufficient other words they operate on solar. They operate on gravity. They recycle all of their water. You grow your own food. It's got its own built in greenhouse etcetera. And selling this guy who you can just you know do a search for earth ships and find the guy's name escapes me of my head but they had to fight with. I believe it was new mexico. Maybe it was arizona to get themselves a special zone to work on their houses because the state came in and said. Hey you're a subdivision and you have to comply with all these crazy rules. Because they're building these experimental houses. This reminds me exactly of that. Where because the next sentence in this article says there's got to be a place somewhere on this planet where people are willing to just start from scratch and say. We're not going to do things this way. Just because it's the way we've always done it burned said but can blockchain's murder people in sufficient quantity survive as a government because it takes a lot of murder to be government. Blockchain's don't kill people. People kill people true. It's interesting if you think about it because all everyone's medical records and criminal records and everything will be kept on the blockchain. It will be kept in a series of computers. So if you think about that it could be big brother's best. You know wet dream. The there was a link that i just put into the element server the matrix server that it was a very good and detailed argument. That a article that this is rina which is a local newspaper put in just a couple of days ago that goes into some of the details regarding what they wanna do with log chain and how how there would be planning on using it. I it has i mean. I don't mean to be cynical but it's this can either be really good or really bad right. When you have the total amount of information that blockchain can store and keep it in a way that cannot be erased and essentially as new proof. I mean you know if anyone's watched a fight club. Tyler durden would never be able to get away with me blowing up a few buildings to get rid of everyone's records that way right. Yeah everybody's concern here. Should be privacy right. There are advantages to using the blockchain for your data is just a question of who has access to that data on you just heard highlights from the latest episode of free talk live you can download full episodes. Subscribe to our podcast. 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32: GANGS Mental Illness vs VIOLENCE Part 1 | FORENSIC PSYCHIATRIST (Dr Das)

A Psych For Sore Minds

14:16 min | 6 months ago

32: GANGS Mental Illness vs VIOLENCE Part 1 | FORENSIC PSYCHIATRIST (Dr Das)

"Hello cruel world. I your host for sight for sore mines. Mine's doxa schaja dass. I'm a consultant forensic psychiatrist and i live and work here in sunny london by mentally disordered offenders in prisons. So you don't have to said. This is part one of a three part series about gangs. And i've included three real life cases of patients i obsess and variety is the spice of life. So i've chosen three very different cases. One was a gang related murder of a teenager on another teenager. Which is why. I'll tell you about this episode. One was the target of a local game and the pressure and the fear that this man felt made him mentally unwell. Another case i'm not show again added vulnerable young man and they got him to do their dirty work and he ended up in prison on a serious weapons related. Charge the first. Let's make ourselves bradier by learning stuff till our head hurts the first question. Is this how to gangs commit crimes. Although many reasons why crimes that easier for gang members i firstly. They already have like a criminal network. Set up so they might have like connections for drug deals and they also might have help already with money laundering and also. They often protect each other so they can give him to allies they can do witness intimidation far more intimidating. If hundreds of you rather than if there's one or two gang related organized crime is a massive problem. So for example in some places in the states is believed to five percent of all crime is committed by five percent of gangnam. An interesting question is why do people join a gang. Well it's often of as like a substitute for family when there's no guidance no boundaries that people are susceptible to join gangs. And i think this is highlighted especially by the three cases. But i'll tell you about is often prey on the vulnerable so they seek out young men and increasingly young women might seem to misguide as have no direction. No support is also a form of protection. So if you live in certain areas like in south london or the hoods of los angeles where there's lots of different gangs and different territories than some people feel like they might have to affiliate themselves with again just not become a target. Also it gives some people status. So if you'll make your way up the hierarchy you get money you get caused young women and you can get status. Which means that you're feared and respected in your local community. So now i'm going to get on to talk to you about a gang related case. The i've person see the first of all very quick break so welcome to a site. For sole means you'll host. Dr shahad dasell consultant forensic psychiatrist i and rehabilitate mentally disordered offenders. Or what the tabloids might call the criminally insane. I work in prisons and courts and secure psychiatric units and i acted an expert witness to advise judges in criminal courts across the uk. This channel that you're watching die sex. A whole range of mental health topics some related to offending and violence. But some not. And there are new episodes. Every tuesday and friday so look out for them and remember the something for everybody in this podcast so like to tell you about the case of mr beat. Mr be was eighteen years old when i assessed him in a young offenders institute. This was about two years ago. And i was doing this in my role as an expert witness for the criminal courts and i was asked to assess his fitness typically as always of anonymous the case and i've changed some of the demographic details that's out of respect for patient confidentiality but also for respect for the victims and their families. However i really would like to point out the essence of the cases. That i'm telling you about one hundred percent real. That's my us. I think over other youtube channels. I can talk about stuff. Seen so mr bean was referred to by his barrister because he was hearing voices and there was a strong history of mental illness within his family as well as criminality mississippi had three brothers. One of them was diagnosed with schizophrenia. And another was diagnosed with adhd attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and two of his. Three brothers were already in prison and it appears that mr b's parents didn't work and they were say very lax in their parenting style. I think the most polite way to put it. Since give you an example. He lived in the same household as parents but he told me the not even had like a proper conversation with either his parents for two months before he was arrested and he hadn't eaten seen his father for a whole bunch so i wonder whether this made him more kind of vulnerable susceptible to joining again. Also as i said his brothers were involved in crime. And i wonder whether or not they were also involved in gang culture. Mr be didn't actually say whether this was the case but it's something i suspected. The index fence was actually quite high profile. It was a gang related. Murder said mr b and seven co-defendants thought to be in the same game had a fight. That's a party. And they alleged to have chased the particularly young man down streets an ally and they stopped him repeatedly at the time of my assessments. Mr be was facing a charge of attempted murder. Their watt heard. Is there a few weeks down. The line tragically. The victim died in hospital so the charges has changed to murder a very serious stop. By the time i saw mr be. He'd already been reminded for several months. And this is a complicated and slow. Case as there were so many co-defendants a lot. The police were trying to disentangle. There was a lot of people involved. A lot of tv footage and another issue was the very few people actually came forward. Despite the fact that there was lots of people is party and the police suspected that there was a lot of witness intimidation going on which is unusual. So mr be. When i saw him had no known previous psychiatric history. Never seen a psychiatrist never taken antidepressants etc. When he told me about the index offense you basically said that he was chilling out with some of his friends at a party unsurprisingly he admitted to being part of again and he says the at this party some of his friends of suddenly got into a fight but of course. He didn't see what happened. And then he said that he just saw some of his mates just running and he started to chase after them and he told me he was afraid for their safety so he followed them and he said he didn't know that they were chasing somebody at mr be told me that. He ran around a couple of streets and a few of his friends came out of an alley and they were covered in blood. And according to mr v. He didn't even know that they've been a fight. Didn't know anybody had been stopped. In fact he even said to me that he didn't discuss the incident immediately afterwards with his friends and ask why they were covered in blood. So you're probably thinking why. I'm thinking which is highly unfeasible. But it's really important in my role as an expert witness for me not to comment on whether i believe the defendant or whether i think he's guilty if i was to comment on this in my evidence then my evidence could potentially be thrown out of court. This is something. I've discussed a few times in previous episodes so by the time i had seen mr be he'd been hearing voices whilst on remand this young offenders institute for about six weeks and it seemed the prison psychiatrist and he was given an antipsychotic medication named landscaping he was prescribed two point five milligrams which is pretty much lowest dose when mr be was describing the voices to me. The quality of his descriptions seemed real. They seem feasible. I didn't think he was fabricating. And also stating that. He was getting much better which he wouldn't say if you're lying so i thought he was probably telling the truth and is sentence a previous series on lingering and faking mental illness including a few specific cases. I've seen so check the out if you want to learn more about so. According to the prison records. Mississippi seemed very paranoid in prison. He had lots of fights. And i wonder if that was gang related activity or if it was maybe psychosis developing or even both because in the words infamous chopper read. Just because paranoid doesn't mean people aren't trying to kill me. I couldn't really get that much information from misty about those fights because although he vaguely admitted to the fights he refused to discuss them to me in detail because as we all know stitches get stitches so no his thought process but it's came to the fights and he didn't really tell me. That much is quite guarded. An evasive so didn't tell me that much about what was going on in his head. However is functioning actually relatively high in prison so generally speaking young offenders. Institutes have far more resources and mr be was going to the gym every day. He was involved in some education activities. So he's actually functioning quite well so my conclusions in my court report and on the witness stand were as follows. I said that. Mr be probably was psychotic and this could have been related to the stress of the situation being only eighteen years old and facing a very long jail sentence for attempted murder later on changed to actual murder and i also thought that his hearing voices could be related to drugs. Mississippi had a history of smoking cannabis and he tested positive for this wall teams in prison so it could be a temporary psychosis for the reasons that are just said all it could be a long term psychosis basically. I'm talking about schizophrenia. He has a family history of mental illness. So that would make him genetically predisposed to this disorder. So usually what i do court reports. I give a definitive answer in my evidence. Because that's what the court wants but in this particular case because the sentence have been so short lived and because mr bean was so young. It was too early to tell their trajectory of his illness. So it's important as an expert witness to tell the courts what you don't know as well as telling me what do you need to know your limitation however. I advised in my report that he was reviewed regularly by the prison mental health in reach team in case it did develop into a blown schizophrenia down. The line and i said live a copy of my report said they could use it for their assessments. Also i pointed out that the dose of lands opinion that he was on this very low so the maximum dose of the lines opinions usually twenty milligrams a day. He was on two point. Five milligrams and some cases it's can be prescribed even higher than that. So i said if the voices for the paranoia were to return there's a lot of scope to increase that dose higher but as a good psychiatrist. Only do this if it's absolutely necessary so if there's break from symptoms because we don't want patients be on a high dose. We want them to be on the lowest effective dose. This is because they have less side effects and less long term health issues so anti psychotics dirty drug and they're not good for people in the long-term although sometimes they are necessary. I'll do a whole different cyclists all minds episode on one day. When i have time mr b's barrister was really trying to push for me to say. The mississippi was not fit to plead and that he needed to be transferred to a psychiatric unit but to be fair his barrister did speak to mr. Be a few weeks before my segment. During that time. Mr was actually a lot more than well. That's before his medications fully kicks in and also. Maybe the barrister just felt sorry for mr b. Because he was in a bad situation he was facing prison for a long time at the age of eighteen though obviously if he was guilty that just the consequence however i concluded the mr bean was fit to plead. Not only mr be obser- specific questions eating to ask for a formal assessment of fitness to plead the pichad criteria. I'll do another episode of a site mines about them in the future but also kind of let's direct more subtle ways. The i assessed mr beat so the fact that he sat down with me a went through a whole assessment for about an hour and a half and he was able to follow my conversation able to answer my questions and also i looked his general functioning in the young offenders institute. Which is i've said before. It was actually quite high so all of this suggested to me that he might have been wild that moment through the stable his medications containing mental illness however. I did say that he needed to be followed up an absurd and he didn't need any extra at psychiatric support at that time. Didn't need to be sent to hospital. Okay i'd like to tell you guys before. I finish about what is coming soon on a site. Sore minds is a lot needs forty. So i'll tell you about what's coming up in the next couple of episodes. But i i'm really excited to share some news with you guys. I m going to be a speaker at crime. Uk which is going to be in london in june. Twenty twenty one. You don't know it's a massive convention. It's really popular in the states. And it's coming to the u. k. For the first time there'll be lots of experts speakers from law enforcements lobby reporters talking about massively high profile murders and other cases. I mellow sobe. Talks from your favorite podcasters. Is you chiba and bloggers. I'm also going to be doing a talk at crime. I'm going to be talking. About to real heartbreaking cases that i personally assessed of to people who've killed their own family members and they both have mental illnesses. And i gave evidence in both of their court cases. As an expert witness one i found was criminally responsible for the murder because of their lack of disturbed mental states. But the other wasn't if you true crime enthusiast you cannot be salvaged crime column twenty one see link below to get your tickets and you can use the code. Which is the ten percent fault so he'll then lookout the pot to my series about gains in offending a very unusual case. The real life case somebody that isaf of a young man who actually was a target of a local gang and i believe stress made him really mentally unwell. Talk you through his diagnosis. So please subscribe to our channel. Not only does it help me out immeasurably but it automatically recharge your so comments more please. I love some comments on the videos. Start chatting to me. And i'll be happy to answer back. Some people have reached out recently into great for for a love to chapter also please instagram like facebook. Page twitter and submit any questions that you have any episode ideas to email address which is the sole minds dot com. And if you're gonna references use the hashtag psych. So lastly tell your favorite people about site this all mines. They deserve it. Spread the love until next time. Stay make and please remember. I love you.

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The Yin and Yang of Vegemite

The New Day: Feel the Power

53:40 min | 1 year ago

The Yin and Yang of Vegemite

"All right guys in order to support our show. We need the help some great advertisers and we want to make sure those advertisers when you actually want to hear about but we gotta learn a little more about you guys to make that possible so go to pod survey dot com slash power. Take a quick anonymous survey. That will help us get to know you guys better that way. We can bring on advertisers that you don't want to skip you've completed the quick survey. You can interfere chance to win a hundred dollars. Amazon Gift Card terms and conditions apply of course and again that's POD survey dot com slash power. Thank you guys so much. It's a new day yes Welcome you guys all would you titled Ludik fees would be I- EMAG SAVIOR WOODS IM- big E and I am Kofi Kingston in on today's episode. We have two incredible guest who the three of us love with all of our hearts mind body and soul lays gentlemen. These two women are two of the most talented humans that we have ever met not just in our careers in our lives. We give to you the ones the only I got it. Yes Pose polls unless they use the video clips but we're all posing when when you say it get on we. We dream country. Well they said they said who do you guys one on who would be interesting and have some good stories and great conversation. And who's just all around good people who are the good you said we gotta have our girls off. I legitimately I'll stroll into work event and sometimes combined. Sometimes they're not. I don't really pay attention and don't know who's there. And if I see he daddy I see billy the brightens my day to see you. I am I just run over to you and hug you and like you. Guys are legitimately alight. Sorry it's GonNa get so. That's you know we're going to get in there guys. You guys told me a story once about how you met and how you came to be like the way that you are today. So can you guys explain the story of like essentially like near each other s? Sorry we embrace Frog Sydney Australia and whip are from Campbelltown. Said like the same suburb and we went to the same high school. I'm older than He. Daddy as Little Bit Otis. I was four years ahead of her in high school but we never met. We just had these really intense rivalry for no reason while other than the facts that we I wanted to be the one early wrestling fan in the whole high school and we worked too so Peyton. Do you WanNa tell them about the lines. Dance to kind of insulin. Wwe would you like to as Every year they suitor by they would always hold me great so we would take the day off school with asked separate friends and try to be fest in the line one time. I was stressed in the line and really was like ten behind me and I was like hot These time and then the next year it'd be the opposite. She ahead of May I would be like Olszewski Right and so. We just did not like each other old but we had never spoken word. Which which is the strangest thing? We'll talk about all. Yeah but you've got this look sometimes like you put this on your own. Keep my distance. Society Sewer Phosphor. W I was actually training at paws. That's a training school in Sydney when Titan joined I think it was euro too late in the Iowa described Spiderman as like when you're watching a movie and like the soul mates meet for the first time and like the heavens open up and they have like the singing and they looking into is and then like they get married at the end of the field. They've been almost like. Oh my goodness I've just found my last. Yeah because you stops giving me that look now now and I I appreciate it that yet yet but nothing but loves unite. The reason I decided to go to that particular school because I had originally decided to a different school on my sixteenth birthday went out to do not on their Restraint advertising some of wrestling boot camp and I was like attracted to it immediately because said wrestling in big riding but then I was also attracted to it because I doubt was billy and I was like a reason even though we did like each other I was like I'm GonNa do that because I know her. And then and then they're not married and sparks flying. You guys also probably most intimate friendship. I think I've ever seen in life. Your House yeah. I'll also say I wanNA say there's absolutely no boundaries nine none but I think it's very special because Payton's like the only person I'd like one hundred percent be my true self like you have friends acquaintances. You've loved ones family. But I feel like you'll always like version of yourself in front of those people but with heightened I can strip all that away. I am my role and she loves me for that. So that's why our friendship is site special and it's the same for me. Do you think that having your soulmate? When you came to the states like how much of that help you guys being being with each other. You have no idea like so where boys very close families so we immediately get home. State bought the full even moving. He likes the process of having to sign our contracts in like do old be slick immigration. Stop I had no idea what the hell I was doing. It wasn't a I wouldn't have known what to do with really didn't do it. And I'd be like added you this pot like having each other. Even justice signed the contracts was helpful Couldn't have signed my contract. It's interesting I feel like a lot in in wrestling and normally we don't talk this wrestling but this is this is good. I feel like there's lots of people who say you know you're here to make money not friends and you know you're going to be looking out for number one at the top of mountains. It's lonely at the top it's like. Yeah it's lonely up there if you don't bring your friends with you said the Taliban so that's again to harp on using that you guys is. Friendship is so pure like. That's why I think we all Vibe with each other so well because we realize like there's so much more than being like the star by yourself you know what I mean so you regret embodiment of. Yeah I fully believe that one hundred percent and I know that every single one of you believe that as well because everything's such a team effort with you WanNa see it or not. We're all in this together. We all have the power to breach the and really liked literature the shine. We always need to come together to to be best versions of ourselves. I think you not speak best versions. You guys have a game that started with E. Overseas L. Gosh that's right so I don't know how this began you know we have. The House shows the live events. And sometimes it's I won't say it's boring because we all love whatnot but you get into a routine you have say matches. Do you know how the started or why why? We decided to challenge each other to do different stupid things. I I don't know how it makes it. It just happened all of a sudden and it was there so essentially so I wrote these down actually have in my notes and I still have to find the exact essentially. I would challenge you guys to do something silly in your match and you would challenge me and then we'd go out there and try to do it and we've range from like you doing. Teesta 's home to either. You jumping jacks my all time favorite. Which I think was the one with. Lana I tell you what we go out. There and I talked to a rowing boat. So how pantomime rowing a boat and you saw a lot of times. I kind of the easy way out and I would do it during my insurance out on. What is your edges the Max. But this was my favorite. Because you've got this in the middle in the middle because I believe your tag each other to correct wrong and I believe you snap marijuana. I think he told her he'd think he told me afterwards. Told her just to sit there to stay and you talk when sits behind her one of you sits in front of her. And you use your body and pairs rowing legitimately on the floor the most brilliant incredibly gun Mike Stats heads down. Like what about favorite memories? I we talked about that constantly. And you are correct I think I was always in front of it. That's right so so and you're right. We did tell him to stay. And we'd fraud and mind and we this dot to arrive heads right behind me. What are we doing and I was like speak? Sit Rise we get up imposing also because we tagged we have five chats so wasted. He rolling out boat the reckless but they county one two people. 'cause I was tagged in. I was legal so I was like on. Just GonNa. What's up from behind Chris Crucifix Long Funniest? We sit back in new Brian to talk. Best about that whole competition because not only. You're not telling whoever you're in the ring that you're doing it but he doesn't tell us like what you guys salads in I remember specifically like there was a couple of times articles like the jumping. Jacks or whatever in we while or the Matt's Tom and then he starts like doing his things. Oh are constantly jumping jacks. So I'm GonNa Start doing that when we come to find out like halfway through the European sort of you guys have been doing things. Every single day is the best well. He used to get more points if he got involved. Sometimes he would. He would try that you guys to play. I think my favorite one was one time he got in and he had to log roll from one side to the. I'm guys stepping double points. Definitely I wrote this down in my notes. I think it started in November of two thousand eighteen and I do forget a slow dance with Kofi. Once at the wedding was much. I'll dance rate. That's what it's about. We got to find ways to keep each other entertain you. Don't keep myself entertained. It's a long story sometimes being on the like seventeen days. Whatever it is if we don't entertain ourselves then it's not good for anybody great but overseas is also to cope when you realize that you like Connex too. Yeah talking honestly it Kinda. It kinda was like that because I remember you guys as burs European tour and so I feel like we're back in my day you know. They're always used to be the kind of have to respect the elders art trying to wear this in a way. That big woods can't Alassane so we're getting we get to the hotel or whatever and I remember seeing you guys like standing off to the side like on the elevator. What are they doing you know and next night was the same thing you standing off to the side. What is going on and I saw you guys are actually like waiting for everybody else to get on and you guys like get getting like emotional of my. God Weird Am my God but you know you guys like just waiting off. It's just like the gesture like I personally. I thought that it was always kind of like almost like a dumb thing. Where like the older vets expected this all the people that come in and like so. They're respect that you know you. GotTa you know this weird like Alpha male game or whatever I don't know but you guys like actually go out of your way like humble yourselves enough to like respect. The people who were on the tour you know and you guys getting on the elevator last Airports and you guys waiting to be the last people to like check in and I'm like Oh my God like the. They're doing it like nobody told you to do that. And it's kind of like a lost art. You know so taken back in like the best way possible like know what from this moment on these girls. Good with me you know. I always remember think I've ever told you guys that but yeah it was a very memorable moment. You know what I mean The fact that you guys would laugh go out of your way to Kinda like pay tribute to you. Know what I'm saying like people who are on the tour and again like I don't think it's like a necessary thing like I don't know like think. All the pecking order has been lost and like things about too lax in the locker. Room need to go back to the way things where and I don't necessarily feel that way but again you guys just like go out of your way to like show. The traditional respect that was shown back in the day always restated that so. Yeah that means a lot. 'cause that first two that you're talking about we had only debuted. I WANNA say like not even like two months before so we will like spanking brand new on the main roster We would have like. We never really had like discussion but heightened and I will always on the same page that we always wanted to pay respect first and foremost because we didn't know anybody so we wanted to really like sit that a good example and kind of earn their respect before we started like joking and laughing and opening out with paypal said that really means a lot. Because that's we want to be respectful and professional. I know former said that's really cool. I was like it doesn't go unnoticed. But you're telling you guys stop nobody's noticing your say Mike Desert just like oh. I see what they're doing go about my business so I hit. Yeah thanks so much. Appreciate it but you mentioned that to me and woods so yeah. I think we've just talked about how much we love you guys on our own that I never really existed so this is us giving you your flower. We have to give it back to you guys in all seriousness like I feel like a lot of people. Like especially in this business you have acquaintances. You have like a a little a few friends and stuff but there's very few people that I could like coal if I had a problem with anything in life in personal family Meta whatever in wrestling business personal whatever but I one hundred hundred. You'll say why on our the Agricole any three of you and you would one hundred percent have my back and support me and vice versa. Sir We love you guys like you guys are like family and like album and is just as a special even lack all your guys help advice with everything that way did as we were building the honey man. We have come up not come out because we didn't come up. You guys came awfully like just like what is in the right direction. Because I think you guys Kinda knew we wanted to go with it and for also Weeded wet. She'll go bad it so I'm just like advice. And he tried to this trial when you deserve a check you should on his or something like it's just been a hopeful that that we honestly would not be like we wouldn't have been like full a chance kind of theater. I think it's kind of like really would bonded this altogether because as soon as like we saw you guys doing your stuff. We realized like especially in this era of of wrestling right now. I feel like all of us grew up on like the stone. Cold The triple h and the rock. We grew up on the attitude era stuff and so everybody was wanted to emulate those those guys girls and so all of them were bad acid so I feel like in created a generation of people that wanted to be bad asses and we lost a lot of different wrestling. Archetype characters like the heels that you guys are like I haven't seen like Like female wrestlers jump into that role type of funeral for a while as comfortable and as good as you guys have been able to do it where you can still be heels or you're still like silly and hilarious by still WANNA boo. That's the vibe that we want when we're heels and so is like Oh my God. They're killing this the will. Here's here's what we did. When we're in this position we tried this in going to be the same exact thing but maybe you can offer that idea and make it something better for you guys so I feel like it's a it's very much you guys had all the answers but you just didn't know how to unlock them. Yeah surely I really enjoyed that. You guys are doing creative stuff on digital too because that was like we were trying to get off the ground. It reminded me of of our time trying to do stuff on digital I remember. There's so many times I would get down to the show. We'd be in the car and I would just watch one of your segments and Texas to a you because dying laughing so many times I watched a backstage segment or there was like a tape or something that I miss and I would watch later and I would be cackling and that's what I enjoyed so much You guys just find different ways of being unique and funny and it me so much of kind of us in a way not say it was derivative by any means but just like like which was saying. That's same like being he'll being entertaining embracing being a group and like writing with your partner or partners in our case over everything and we just why we gelled so much because guys are incredible. And just you're embracing being comedic. I really loved loved right now. Is brought you on Gush over here for an hour right now. So that bond that we created that led us to swapping gifts at Christmas. You would you like to explain. What's on your hands right now? Well I'm currently wearing. I still have these my kitchen oven mitts and you guys gave me for Christmas. Was this two years ago. Yes and the other is a little lobster claw. Yeah yes and that was a that was digital. The company came to us and said hey you guys should do a Christmas gift swap and we just put it up on like instagram. I ever saw some kind of yeah harmless. Remember all the details. I do remember getting Vegemite vegemite for the first time. Oh Yeah I think I think I had two months. It's both prove you're tough. Women eat realize it's supposed to actually be good. You're supposed to enjoy it. Is that a real joy delicious. Am sorry I'm putting my hand up. Polge is thought it would be funny. I knew situation all these aerial finding it. Let's his into his mouth. It wouldn't have been a good experience for you. I'm sorry Sir I do think you should try it again because I can with really feeling too much smear on her on Thursday for you just debit just a that. You get some makes some taste explosions with you. Not Show which by who like a lot of So where were you going to Yang? Don't know explain what Vegemite is. And then we can go back into it's a It's a yeast extracts up for this. I can't understand what he wants. Land is they tell. I think it's going to be sweet and chuckling and it is. It was so bad so salty and briny listen fodder and some brands like Bryan Bryan prime like juice. Couple of pickles resulting. What am I can't remember the rest. That's right of some fish. A fish bowl of feet and it was almost a minute works. Cd Christmas Yeah Good Times. What did you get no honestly? I don't remember I. I think what we go. We got you the fish and we go woods. This shirt was at the hall was the wait. What was that fight? I think self actually was an John. Space Okay Okay Yeah Yeah Spice off. Yeah Nicholas Cage is fish fry. What are what a weird thing. Lovely staging with people do kind of feel bad though we got like fun gifts just gave them like Aussie gifts. I loved it yeah like Solo. Kfc on it so besides wrestling and all that good stuff You guys you love TV. Show called Mr Bean. I'll be right absolutely incredible E. Your love for Mr Bean rents as well. Well I I enjoy Mr being but I just remember. I won't say love and not that I dislike Mr Bean but I do remember you guys would flood me with Mr Bean Gifts. So that was the thing you just text being given one pretty pretty much any occasion so So youth really enjoy Mr bean tonight and they something like satisfying when you're searching for a specific different. You find it and extend the on. The other person appreciates it lofts. It's just much exciting. Cage Mr Bean fans you think any of your comedic antics have been inspired by Mr Bean Hundred GonNa say sometimes we do stuff on TV and then we get back. We realized that we've just watched like a movie or Web. Listen to a song or something and it's influenced it but we didn't realize until we get back which is pretty funny speaking to Mr Bean. Obviously he's like you know body humor physical humor and all that there was the one I forget what the situation was. But you guys are mad about like getting kicked out a few slammed that Oh my job is probably one of the Most Fun Times that I've had in front of crowd. It was that we SUPPO- lack way. We're GonNa do that thing just kind of sent to us. Hey draw attention. In a nice he Boeing three minutes shaking. Your A. don't like these guys start. Show your face to me and then I was like spice to do that all the time. So the KAYLA harassment. I love yelling case. Yes the sign of good. Like he'll is. They always had that one interviewer that he just always pick on constantly. Fan Ballots. Some extra. So did you. Did you get the the screaming that start with Kayla down my Justin Royal Rumble? That's right I absolutely completely lost. Character dotted dying laughing we having select impromptu primer and billy comes in. They're gonNA be drinking me and I am so she just like have inserting but I wouldn't know it's coming in every time I would just like. I think there's a compilation of all. I feel like I watched this legit like ten times in a row and there was a compilation of you saying like I'm different people and the last one how you got your voice to just like to all I was just jotting eleven. Oh my God. Are you even a real journalism in journalism for that Science? Ridiculous stuff like this. You guys with lines like that. Do you mean to you talk about it beforehand. Like this'll be funny to throw in there. Like naturally on it just comes out and I continued to get our in. She'd keeps rolling with it and so it just happens I have to say I didn't realize but I do say you've got to be joking. May in my daily life. I actually do say that and I didn't notice that until I started saying it more and more on on Ebay in price in stuff but yeah I I catch myself saying it. Like every now and then enroll lost by. Its very ozzy thing. I think. Chalk in real life. Are you screaming it or is it like modern put? Y'All you joking me like that. Yeah I'm like George Myself. So that whole thing is one of the reasons that we wanted to cosby. You Guys Dragon Constantly. My friend Michael Moseley Dragon con every year. We've been thirteen years straight and for the past three or four years. We do like cross play so like the guys will dress as female 'cause players in the female counselor and so we always play females and so when it came to you guys very humbling asked if we could dress as you guys one of the most fun moments of my life because the little the hands on the hip going to indiscriminate iconic thing is it feels so good that gear in that stance you. You've got something you always sorry like. That was awesome like the outfits and they were legit like it's not like they are the same people that made like. Peyton in mind ski like made it for you and your friend and you guys looks incredible and when you sent us the picture like this and I was like. Oh this all my Godson and a video is that you did everything was just spot on and that was really really cool. All it's like having the same Aguirre in US walking around people going screaming iconic status at us. It's one made me feel good because they recognize wrestling but then to feel good like on a personal level as friends with you guys. Doing how hard you've worked to get to this point people to walk by and see a black dude restrained air wing. Roth that believing in gear go. I know that's the iconic stoke Elliott so like made me so happy for you guys off always you guys. You guys are very linked with e to the point where They you help get on Cameo yes. You're the reason I'm on my. Yeah no I know because you get like five percent of my home for the first year man. You OUGHTA hockey little off as bad boys. Yeah seven hundred and counting seven hundred time yes so thanks to you but yeah the me and I was just really on the fence because it seems weird still like if I take a step back. Kind of weird isn't it? I guess to be a part of this and I was like office but I went to you and you are on camera at the time. And you really ease my fears and I said all right. I'll give this a shot so thank you. Very you know wrestling is now my side. Hustle and America saw. Oh that to you and I would check at some point. A lot of people people like to people have come to me and said hey should I come in. I'm like I mean why not as my bills. You turned me onto it to elected. Yeah I was very skipped cool about the whole kamiar scenario and you used to cannot makes three do nice. She didn't work for me. I just signed up. Be Making that bank other people scheming though. So what are my favorite memories with? Y'All when we went bowling yes on a green again kid. If you don't know what I'm referencing up down down we had a small bowling tournament. I don't remember what we're doing wasn't summer slammers or someone like that and we did a bowling tournament for up up down and the Yes tat tap. I will let you guys tell this well. I'll preface this by saying I am a horrible bowler just no hand eye. Coordination is just awful so I like getting a stripe is a big deal. I don't know why at some point. But Billy was sitting down and. I think we had a few frames. Maybe in at that point and I think I asked you a love tap so just a little a little slap on the buttocks. I was just really. I realized like this on camera. And when the when the red light is on I'll do stupid stuff to try to save him so I think it was like at this point. I think I was doing weird things like I think I did. A split into rolling. I was just doing things pop myself but then for awhile decided to like almost like a big L. Why would run past you guys and then take a hard left can roll I? Oh let me get this. Billy loved happen. See if that helps I get a just a good firm but gentle. There's some pat on the buttocks and I roll. It's all right. And Lo and behold role strike. Okay that's rare. That's rare okay. Let's try again. We do it again do we. We add anything to it and remembered now we didn't it just got more extravagant John. Yes more energy bigger than so. I get another swift. Love tap boom. I take off the same thing. I ruined. Probably a good maybe seventeen yards hard. Lift role that bad boy. What a strike. Gus Never happened to me. Is My life come down the stairs? When he took that I think momentum is very important and then a third time this. Let's keep going can do right and shortly? My poor bowling skills are eventually going to miss thing. And I'm going to go in and go get and how to take that I'm one up and are released ball and it travels down that greasy strike. That's three strikes. Turkey rolled attorneys. Never ever in my life and I know there was only one reason this circuit so thank you for that. We talked so it's amazing. Tom just altogether and incredible. Time us. Thank you thank you. What a hell of a dive. Elwood's I'm thinking going through his stories were connected in one of those would be in regard. Sue paintings birthday cake my three there. I need to apologize now. This was this Europe. This wasn't a wasn't just gotten back it was. Tv's right obsolete. After Tha anyways they had what we do surprise. You guys for one take right and the problem is it was like a stiff cake. Yeah I'm sorry I don't know how I got stuck with being the king shoveled. I don't know how I that was a bad idea. I might have no finesse though touch. Clearly you need like a whip cream. You need something soft. That no leaves residue left. Doesn't leave not. This is a real like a stiff. Hey this fund in over the top right and I remember just trying to like somebody your face but it just doing it right to leave any kind of residue. I press excellent. Yes it was. It was far too violent. It wasn't fun anymore. I don't think it lost early and I'd like to apologize. I also blame Wallace for not providing this case went up to snuff. Didn't you come in with the second funded I wasn't it? One was like a diversion or something like that. And then we're supposed to come with the other one I don't know but it wasn't. I remember like the cages going up against your face and then they just took it off and it was like we just. It could have been a pillow. It could've been anytime your want to watch it right now. I specifically cake be up my nose so I think the cake I think someone grabbed it and then tried to put that tried to smear it. Yeah that's what I think happens rather forget about this. It was uncomfortable. Yes I and I think it was coffee. That had the back of your head and then he's got the cake and they're like get your birthday. Stop the tape. This is insane. I'm what I'm looking at it. It's so it's so violent. I didn't feel good about it shouldn't have happened. It shouldn't have happened. It was supposed to be fun so but you know what I do. You know what I do like about it because when you think about it. It's a parallel to sometimes in the ring. It's like Oh we gotta just put a little more emf on it and like well. We all wrestle. I on this and she'll be fide and afterwards you still like. Hey thanks for the match broke. Can those really? Also you have a story about meeting the Rock for everyone to I K every single interview that I've ever done. I've always asked like they've always asked me sorry. How'd you get into wrestling? He was Kinda cute inspiration and I always have the same man saw. Because it's the rock. I grew up what team authorizing hume from. He's promised to his ring work just to his character. I was just obsessed and then you know I signed and get into me and that was always my goal to meet him and I have never had the opportunity. I think there was one time where he went to the performance in our wasn't there that day and like. I just had never corresponded with him. So when the was it the draft. I think it was dropped. Non Owes at the premiere on Fox was the It was a smackdown prey on Fox at nine nude. He was going to be there. So I had put my sources out and I had fixed it and I was like I am Mateen Dhuine on Friday and I need everybody to to just let me know what's happening and I. It was like social every Adjusted knew he was and I was so nervous. A whole day and our heightened. I will walk down the hallway and we hear is music. He like all vote and I just thought it's sweaty and he's practicing he's entrance and an I can see him but we're like far away and like just going out. Just go over and say hello and I was like not God. He's he's rehearsing do dot. So then I was just like the Monica and I'm just staring at the monitor watching you sing or whatever and then I wanted to get on fuel. I I wanted to have this moment captured forever so I- Asocial to film Filming I'm literally like just to the side. Just standing may like these just waiting and waiting and waiting and it was about thirty minutes. My feet were killing me. 'cause I was in heels and I started to get nervous just talking about had so many like built-up emotions and he finally good out of the ring and I was all happening Tapani and he was forced to come up the ramp where I was an and he he went to the side and I was like Oh nor nor nor I went over to the edge and he looked at me and we made contact and always like already crying and I was like in my head I was like do. I jump off the different because I'll do it. I'll jump off these legislative and then thank goodness. He turned around and walked up the ramp and art new video. East may cry like this. What he's so we hugged and we had a conversation and he was just incredibly sweet and I was able to tell him that kind of like he ignited. You know dislike passionate inside of million. I wouldn't have fans like my Kirby's life if if it wasn't for for human watching on TV and everything Sir it was really special and crying is out and what I liked most about. It often got the picture and everything you know. A lot of people came up to me and like said like how cool that was. 'cause I could tell how much it meant to me sir. I told my message straight away to my mom and my dad and my brothers and sisters often. Everyone was just like our can't believe that 'cause like I feel like when I when hybrid always like I feel like I made that point like when I mate him it's GonNa be like all the hard work full. Everything's paid off type thing so that was incredible. Shoot Stewart so have friends? Now he tweets G. said where with a chance to To meet anybody that made you feel like you wanted to jump off of the stage. Kneels down her. But I'm I'll never have that moment. That billy had we've had patriot He inspired him. I never got to meet our CAD. wrestled lives. So I learnt really get that. But I like talk with Vicky. I just feel like just that makes me really happy with Mike. It's became second bases like good nice. Feel when you've worked so hard so tirelessly to to get to a point in life that you always wanted to be at and then you get to meet the people that have inspired you to get there so stories like this things like this kind of run. The point home that you guys are good solid humans so thanks thanks for being our friends you of course co. Vdi more weird stories to bring up more questions for these financial ladies. Oh Man So I think we were in this like a weird store or anything. But you're talking about how like empowering that iconic pose is costly and I have to agree with that because I don't know if you guys remember but I think we were trying to get this picture for like maybe two or three days on tour. You guys had your pigtails. I had my pigtails. You put me in the middle with the iconic pose and. Why don't you grab one the pigtails on each sides? It's one of my favorite pictures that I've ever seen a very empowering to though you puff that chest out on even we're looking at you're looking at something and everybody else you know. It's a very empowered post. So thank I love seeing how everyone interprets the experience because we never tell people how to do it they say how do I do it and I said you just you just do it. So it's some people have their hands off Hong some guard lar- some don't even crotch some look up some go in like that like it's it's I love to see everyone's version over because it's just it's it's what makes you are like you know you can do any clinics parts and sometimes like the facials that go with it. Too late sometimes About it but she'll have very serious can help you like the way around so it's always fun to say. What when people do that. What they faced. What made you guys start cutting your shirts when I think talking about the poses when the shirts were cut yeah we we would just like everyone. Cut Liquid live events. Everyone has the Kuwaiti caught fish. And we like. We're honestly not very cool people. Can we cut his shirt to represent if we just like Sonali with? We like to cut across took office. Sent Out. And then around. Maybe do the other a lot to liquidate. I think I may be released off on a day to leave it and I said okay. Yeah I think you can be all you should have the shirt and we'd like because just so ridiculous looking like what is the point of shirt if you just like show your belly and maybe that's something then when I saw you guys do for the first time I was like Oh my God this actually going to work. This is actually like we did on TV as well so there was like a out entrance end and they did something backstage. I'm not sure if it was a promo highlight something and they said we're GONNA come back to you and you guys will just like finish walking into the ring and we didn't realize we do tell anyone will doing this so when they came back to us where to stand and we had this leaked down the middle and wages dating second and then we got into the ring and that was the first time it was at the end of the tombs primarily siege to Pans to almost in the ring where poise again Cutting shirts funny just rhyming When like your online events like merchandisers tweaks in a row or something Descent sermon will one time. We were kind of put on a legitimate lost minute and we get there is only one shirt will will. This is not gonNa work so we made it work and we possibly voice will. Har T shirts Bravo about it the right here. Yeah 'cause like being able to take somebody like that that seems innocuous okay. There's one shirt here and it's like you guys are smart enough to go. Hey we can use material tonight because this is what's GonNa make this show different from tomorrow night show and the next night shows. It's not monotonous for you but then you're also trying to get Stuff to do while your TV so you guys are are prime examples of using how shows for what I think they should be used for. That's for weird experimentation to see what's going to best for for your care to see if your character would do that if we can get away with a good roy on Ebay. I'm all for it your power. I would wear everything in my power to the High Heavens God so we'll check with you guys. We'll come back to because unfortunately time is winding down how Sky Miss you too is good signoff faces. Yeah you look even better come on come on where can they find you and keep up with you on social media? Talk Talk Wait. Sorry Peyton Act to tell me so in on the tick talk that you pushed it and there was like a silhouette like just and then you copied the dude and then that was. Dan told me. 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Free Talk Live 2021-02-15

"Talk law welcome. Welcome welcome. is the monday. Monday edition to the monday of free talk live. Our telephone number is six zero three two eight three six one six zero. If you would like to join in the conversation get on the air. And talk about whatever's on your mind in the studio tonight. It is myself the reverend captain kick ass joining me. It's it's the n and nobody and we've got well a whole bunch of stuff to talk about the title of the show tonight however is pleased. Cancel cancel culture. Because well i don't know about you. But i'm tired of it. Yeah this whole thing where folks are just getting cancelled and d platform d- left and rights. What now who got platinum platform now. Well the lead article we have tonight is. Are you familiar with rowe. And atkinson the mr bean yak at her. Yeah so there's from insider dot com. Mr bean actor concern compares cancel culture to medieval mob looking for someone to burn except without any of the know bravery that might be involved in actually having to capture someone in burn them. Yeah i've got another usually when went after girls yeah. I've got another bit from the evening. Standard and publishers. Themselves are afraid to even comment on cancel culture. So that tells you how powerful cancel. Culture actually is in these days. We've also got a nevada. Bill would seem to allow tech companies to create governments and then within that blockchain llc which is based in. Nevada is set to become a government. Does it say specifically tech companies are able to correct. Yes okay how do they differentiate that. That's that's kinda strange. Because i'll tell you what the church of the invisible hand would definitely love to By a piece of land be the only government on that land. Because we wouldn't do it. Were lazy well. In tech so pervasive so prevalent in society acrossed all around the globe. Unless you're a flatter but you could be ladder. Earth convention brought participants from all around the globe. A pizza company and be tech company at this point in space and time. And we're a church in tech company. So why not dying also on deck. Is this article from the seattle times where seattle claims. They've opened their live music venues. But we once you dig into it. You're like seattle says that well the whole town the city. Yeah the city that just because now they say it with one voice. They say in unison. They chanted they probably do it. Wouldn't surprise me. I can see them doing that. It's seattle also. I've got a story out of pennsylvania. Another cop molest teen that. He met while answering an attempted suicide call. Isn't that special. And this was at her from from one tried to kill herself. it was. Yeah yeah so could. Yeah and then. What of our other hosts. Who's not here tonight. Shared this some students have been arrested for sharing the united states constitution guys. So we've got all that and more on deck for you tonight. We'll see how much we get to. But we'll of course post all of this to our social media channels. So if you're following that you can how do they get on the mastodon. Social dot freetalklive dot com. Thank you. oh it's right here in front of me on this handy chart you've made for us so we wouldn't get things like that my handwriting though. I appreciate your attention to detail so kicking things off. Mr bean is a funny show. And we have derek j. there and we do. That's right before we kick off. Let's go to derek j. Hey derek jeter. Free mr bean. Let's do that. I love that guy. He's so fun and he said a lot of great things about free speech over the years the look up on youtube. He's he's got a serious bent to him. He places Free speech in the second place spot of most important rights like there's like food is most important free speech is second most important and third is housing. Like he's like nope is more important than a roof over your head. You've got to be able to say what's on your mind. And i love that guy so but what i called about was fork fast for festival coming and i called rodgers campground to book my site. It's happening june twentieth to july fifth. And if you book your site now you can get pretty much whatever you want and before you even do that you know. It's hard to book at rogers. You have to call someone on the phone if to get them at the right time. But you know what's easy to do is to go to fork fest dot com and just put yourself on the site. Because last time i called in it was just this stupid. Google form that you like put in a number and your campsite name but now it's all interactive remember. I teased that. I was doing geo locating so you can actually find your campsite on a real looking map. Satellite style map will if you go there now and you should. Maybe your web browsers cash or whatever so you might you know might show the same site as before but if you haven't been there before fork fest dot com. You could just add yourself right onto the map. Put your name and your campsite number and then you'll show up green so people know you're there and then you know if you want to know who else is there. Click on list of vendors. And then you can see who else is partying with you at forecasts. Wow can you pay in crypto for what for your p. campsite. You know you should be able to do that. So i like what i wish was the case was that you go to fort fest dot com and book your site. You know you just pick whatever one you want to see. What's available and you pay in in bitcoin. Or whatever you like to use and it's just done someone takes care of it for you. We're not there yet okay. This is how far we are but Yeah i see that as the way this going because It's so painful right now is so communist. Actually the way it works. They're all the same price and that shouldn't be that way and like it doesn't matter what time you pick your site. There's no negotiation. There's no like There should be like an auction for certain campsites or something you know so they get the most money whoever thinks they can make the most money at that site actually gets it. For instance dot com. That could by the campground and then it could do all those things true. Yeah yeah i think it would be smart for fest dot com to do just to federal fucking forecasts parties awesome. People should go different site. Everything k. fest related foresights. Now groovy forecast replace. Birth site is never. It's always the open invitation for people have sites. Hey derek. I think i did it right. I went to fork dot com. And i wake up and i see some campsites that appear to be green circles. And did you add yourself. I did not. Why not do it right now. I don't have a campsite. you just pick one well. I may go the hoity route and do a hotel room. I don't know Cool okay free. Talk live be there. Yeah we are. We haven't locked down the site yet. So i wouldn't want to submit something if i haven't locked the site down one hundred percent so once that's done then we'll add so obviously the the first user experiences back here. Derek j. is you can't click on the campsites that's the thing i tried to do. And it didn't do anything. So i'm guessing that's coming. Do you think where if you click on and occupied site it'll show you who's there. Yeah exactly. I haven't that out yet. We have list of vendors you can click on benders and see. That's cool there. But i can't figure out how yet to make make the clicky thing pop up. You know what i mean. I space disco space. Discos that site fifty seven so the big dome is gonna be where it was last year domes getting upgrade of some sort. Yeah get this so Last year and the year before we had like a big blue tarp that we got at home depot and this year we ordered a special design white on the outside black on the inside tarp. So it's to be all dark inside when my it'll stay cool because it reflects the fun you say you wanna hang on now. That's it for best dot com awesome. Tritiated they six zero three two three six one six zero more. Free talk live is on the way yes. It is free talk live. It is monday night edition. The telephone number you need the ten digits for freedom are six zero three two eight three six one six zero. That's six zero three two eight three six one six zero if you'd like to join the conversation and get on the air to talk about whatever's on your mind in the studio tonight it's myself the captain andy and nobody and i just wanted to give another shanna to derek j. For his call about what he's done with forecast dot com on in those guys are pretty cool Their case with the any pay crew law that they do a lot of really cool stuff. So we appreciate that but swinging back to mr bean. He's in the headlines. Mr bean actor atkinson compares cancelled culture to a medieval mob. Looking for someone to burn. Wow they're going to be upset about that. I hope they don't flick to being or yeah. A british actor and comedian. Rowe and atkinson has become the latest celebrity to criticize so-called cancel culture during an extensive interview with radio times. Atkinson who is best known for his satirical. Mr bean character said cancel culture was eroding freedom of speech and made him fearful for the future. It's important that we're exposed to a wide spectrum of opinion but what we have now is the digital equivalent of the medieval mob roaming the streets looking for someone to burn. He said so. It is scary for anyone. Who's a victim of that mob and fills me with fear about the future. Well the best thing you can do is take action okay. So don't wait around for some big tech company to decide that they don't want you anymore and cancel or sobbed. Come after you. On the internet and demand you be cancelled go ahead and secure independent means of communication. Now if if you know social media is valuable to you ought to be doing something. Like a mastodon instance. You can run your own if you've got the chops or if you know somebody who's got the chops if not you can join one of thousands existing out there and that gives you a heck of a lot more security over social media posts youtube channels. Get over on library eldar. Y. dot com. everything's great. that gives you basically. You can't be touched at that point. It's amazing what. I heard parlors back online today. That doesn't impress me but okay go with them. But i'm just saying like there are alternatives to social media. Yeah but it's just another centralized platform parlor. Yeah that's that's exactly what parlor is it's just unwilling don't belong to if it a centralized they wouldn't have been able to kick it right right now again. Mastodon is also technically centralized in that. There are central servers that you connect to however it's also poly centric in that there are thousands of them. So you know so technically it's polycentric correct and then of course we've got mastodon there's telegram which centralized service centralized run by a russian anarchists so it's better than of the other centralized services we've used successfully here for a long time. But you know matrix is. You're better option if you want more decentralisation of and we've got a matrix server of writ chat dot freetalklive dot com and then we have our on server. It's social freetalklive dot com. So you know. We've launched the tools you can do it yourself if you want to and you know the tools are out there and they're they're pretty darn good at this point so that's something you can do. You can take action right now and then use your existing social media or big tech media accounts like your youtube channel to promote your library. Use it to promote your Your mastodon account and get the word out before they pull the plug you know if if donald trump for instance had done that if he had gone ahead and launched trump dot com social or whatever. yeah you know. He'd have been sitting pretty. Yeah when twitter hill. Is there a social media site. Like a meta social media site that i can join. That will join me up to all the social. Media's i don't think so no not yet developers get on it at any rate the sixty six year old actor rowan atkinson who is also known for his role in the satirical johnny english films as well as long standing collaborations with writer. Richard curtis blamed social media companies and their algorithms for creating a binary and toxic environment online. The problem we have online is that an algorithm decides what we want to see which ends up creating simplistic binary views of society. He said it becomes a case of either. You're with us or against us. And if you're against us you deserve to be cancelled and i mean that seems to be the chaos right We saw that with keira. I forget her last name She's in the mandalorian on saturdays. Real yeah i think so And she was Canceled for just calling to the attention. The history of how governments actually got the public to really sort of hate the jews be. Then that's how it was easy for them to round them up because they had published so much propaganda about it that their neighbors were the ones beating. The neighbors were the ones you know what. I mean You shouting atom in the streets and you know all that kind of stuff. So you know when the and they've been trying to do the same thing new libertarians and conservatives exactly so you know mostly conservatives but his spills over on libertarians because people don't understand that even more than two views exist i was. I was arguing with this idiot. Nurse in in new york okay Over twitter and we're arguing about masks. And then i said something about the vaccine and he was like well. Didn't your leader bring in vaccine. And i was like jo jorgensen with the vaccine was referring to trump. I was a trump supporter. Because i disagreed with him on. Whether a piece of cloth over my mouth is going to protect me against a back of virus doesn't even seem to exist. In trump supported masks. He wore them. Yeah but if you if you differ from the orthodoxy in every in anything that's why they They immediately pay you as a trump supporter. And that's why they had to so carefully spread the lie. That trump was a racist. And i really. I never got that impression from him. That's what mr saying. Here rohan atkinson. He's saying it ends up creating a simplistic binary view of society. That's precisely what we have you during the election. People that there's there's another party like there have been more than two parties for probably longer than i've been alive but nobody seems to realize nobody. Nobody but you know what i mean. Do nobody understands you. Nobody knows what you're talking nobody's listening. Nobody's listening and nobody cares has in the past campaign to protect the public's rights to free speech and spent many years campaigning against legislation. That made it an offence in the uk to incite religious hatred. Down to speaker's corner where they're now prohibiting speech. Bse should yet which is probably club him to during a two thousand twelve video. He said that people must have the right to insult or offend which he did as a comedic personality. I agree with him wholeheartedly. If not wholeheartedly and a half to go along with it all right. Three two eight three six one six zero more free talk live on the way looking for a great real estate investment considering hampshire which is ground zero for the liberty movement. Your first call should be to mark worden from porcupine real estate. He's more than just a real estate agent. Easier new hampshire concierge. Where are the best places to live. Do you want farm city the burbs or forest. Do you want a duplex or multifamily buildings. So that renter's pay your mortgage their homes in all price ranges in new hampshire and mark and help with financing to invest in liberty and property mark warden can help welcome back to the program. Everybody thanks for tuning in. It is the monday night. Version of free talk live live call in radio. Talk show where you could talk about whatever's on your mind the ten digits you need to get on. The radio with us are six zero three two eight three six one six zero again. Six zero three two eight three six one six. Oh in the studio tonight. It's myself the captain in the dental intact. Nobody that's an inside joke for the chat room to chat dot freetalklive dot com In fact one of my unwritten parodies was quiet. Riot's metal health dental health now. D- a good one for vermin supreme campaign who yeah his push to mandatory brushing laws. Bang your head but drive and you get the idea. We've been talking about this article from inside dot com where the actor rohan atkinson. Who's better known as mr bean has is speaking out against cancel culture and apparently he has well. He has a history of speaking out against anything. That sort of hinders free speech. A very big free speech proponents. He has in the past campaign to protect the public's right to free speech and spent many years campaigning against legislation etc and so on During the same interview with radio times atkinson also revealed that he doesn't enjoy playing his classic mr bean role he says. I don't much enjoy playing him. The weight of responsibility is not pleasant. I find it stressful and exhausting. And i look forward to the end of it. The weight of responsibility well interesting. I mean when you're playing the same character for what's it been forty years or something and he's sixty six. Yeah i guess you gotta keep playing it the same way. But you know it's not like the world's gonna crash and burn if you don't have so much time he wants to do other things andrew. He's he's being there done that. He's old While we're talking about cancel culture this from standard dot. Co dot uk. The war onwards how cancelled culture is taking over. The literary world books pulled the last minute and staff threatening to strike because they disagree with jk rowling katie law reports on how publishing went woke seed started publishing house. Her publisher mom. That's a good idea. Self publishing is sort of a thing these days. That's true that's true. Is it like self elating. Self publishing is is one step but then again if they're counseling a lot of authors then it no longer has to be self publishing you. Can you know get a whole stable of these canceled. Authors and sell to the people who are not self pub was just you know having your own bar in your house Self pub having your own bar in your house. yes it's true. Do you guys remember. It was at loom panics. The old book company back in the day that used to sell like really crazy radical books like you know how kill somebody or how to make drugs and paladin pal impresses the one i remember as well they had. I think they carried the anarchists cookbook for. Yeah stop time. Were they used to carry like how to make like ninja style. Weapons and stuff like that in your home. You know the smoke bombs and all that kind of stuff yeah loon. Panics was another one Wikipedia says they specialized in nonfiction generally unconventional and controversial topics. Drugs weapons anarchism sex conspiracy theories and so on. I've never heard this saturday. Nice sound wonderful. Yeah they used to have one of those catalogues and come out with with the newspaper pages like hundred pages long just full of all kinds of weird unusual books. You know i just today. I'm like man getting a little bit like every now and again something pops up. I'm like i did not know about paladin. Press the rights to limb panics. When they went out of business in two thousand six no well there. We go all right so now you know it. All comes full circle. They still around. Her is pallet impress. Still living defunct as of twenty eighteen. Wow i guess the world needs a good publisher So this article from standard dot. Co dot uk. Who would have thought that. In two thousand twenty one cancelled culture becomes the new norm. The effect on authors has been to plunge the literary world into a freedom of speech crisis author. Lionel shriver calls it a quasi soviet phenomenon. A writer says or write something controversial on social media in print or on tv. The news breaks the crowd bays for blood. The tide turns and the writer is cancelled shunned or left with a badly damaged reputation in the past year high profile authors targeted include. Jk rowling jordan peterson. Janine cummins and julie burchill and there are plenty more many of whom we have never heard of some are deemed to have committed worse crimes than others resulting in anything from mild censorship to of insensitivity cultural appropriation misogyny racism or transphobia while others have had their book contracts revoked and writers must learn to navigate this moralistic new world. How did everything become a phobia. I mean you can disagree with somebody without being afraid of them. You're just you're just anti speech. Yes you're a free speech. Phobic speech phobic. Yeah you're a literary phobic. I'm making a new words here. You are but it's not going very well. Yeah yeah keep working on it. I think people are taking this all way too seriously. And the like and they're acting like this. Oh my god. I lost my twitter account. They're giving twitter and facebook and whatever publishers. We're talking about here that might cancelled say. Jk rowling or whoever They're giving them too much power. These are old models k. Publishing is an old model. Just like newspapers are an old model. You know these things are going to go away now. Obviously twitter's an old model but it would certainly change your life if suddenly freetalklive got cancelled. Well radio is also having a tough time and it is. Free talk live has Gets cancelled and that's just how it is. You know you gotta you gotta change. You've got to go on a different platform. Create your own platform or whatever people taking it way too seriously look. I understand that. Twitter is a new newer platform. But it's more than a decade old. Now you know at this point It's an old guard big tech company at this point. And so all you gotta do is just pivot and you're better off before hand and don't give them this power because what this leads to what we heard. Chris can't well talking about the racist. Nazi guy former host of the show. We kicked off along to cancel them. Yeah he wanted to government to get involved he wanted. He wanted the government and he's not the only one there's people that want the government to come in and say ono no twitter facebook. You have to allow people to have these opinions. You have to allow people to have an account at a public service now not a private company. You know that sort of thing. The market will provide and to that extent. It does there are. i mean. Probably what hundreds of competing social none of them as big as facebook of course but only to social media's that are covered by the mainstream media the mainstream media talks about twitter and they talk about facebook other platforms. They talk about is to say it's evil and everyone on it. The white supremacist. that's true. There's your clues neither. None of those places are worth going to The well that's true in less. You want people to hear about you or read your work or you want to make a living. Well that's that's at least. I beg to differ. I think that if you've got people who are getting taken down. That's probably the best publicity. They've gotten in recent months or years when it when those take downs happen people blow up about it now. There's probably some people who don't have a large audience to blow up about but there's some benefits to getting taken down from the sites and that is if you can fit it you can bring some people in our new platform that you have control. And that's true. Six zero three two eight three six one six zero coming up on the vada bill would allow tech companies to create government's only tech companies. This is free. talk live Welcome back to the show. It is the monday night edition of free talk. Live our telephone number six zero three two eight three six one six zero again. Six zero three two eight three six one six zero. If you'd like to join us on the air in the studio tonight it's myself. The reverend camped in kick ass joining me. Ian a nobody and Bitcoin dot com is the best source for learning about crypto currency. You can go there now. Click on get started at the top of the page. Once you do that you will find a cornucopia of information neatly organized by your needs. 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I bought a bunch of it at like eight cents or something What is it now like fifteen. Okay you know. Yeah i mean i think a lot of these things are going to go up against the dollar. And it's just a guarantee almost a guarantee at least 'cause they're gonna keep printing the dollars i should have. The important thing is that they go up against bitcoin. Because becker has become a scam and it needs to be put in place because it can only do seven transaction. And i keep saying that. Because i mean that was my first thought when you told me about about bitcoin years ago. In twenty twelve. Is you know you said the blacks are every ten minutes s in every ten minutes and you said there's a certain size. How many transactions can it do you think he can do. Seven transactions a second seven transactions. A second that's nothing and it still there a decade later but luckily there's ten thousand other crypto currencies all of which can do more than seven transactions per second. Well in here to say we live in the future because we can do things like pay for our dinner. Go to a convenience store car fixed and pay with crypto currency things within the last week here and we don't even have to pay thirty dollars fee pay for bright breakfast stuff like be chr. Bitcoin cash dash and some others as well anything. Btc right before the break. I teased An article about a nevada bill that will allow tech companies to possibly create governments. But i wanted to just wrap up. Because i didn't make the point of this article. Which is that. The author of this article says almost everyone. I spoke to for this article and this is about cancel culture and publishers specifically almost everyone i spoke to for. This article was nervous about expressing their views openly while publishers. Were not prepared to talk on the record. What does that tell us. It's tells us should interviewed me. I'll talk on the record. I have no f. It tells us that people are a bunch of cowards. i mean by and large they are jus- chicken s about what other people are going to about what they think. And it's stupid people like having careers though. I mean the important news time bill. Hey if you're willing to sell out for a career then go right ahead. There's money to be made is. There's all kinds of careers answers. Got all play all kinds of places hiring right now for instance You could go work for the defense industry. Probably make a bunch of money i could. Yeah i mean. There's all kinds of jobs. Steve back doors and booby prizes. Her now that i've said that. Of course i won't get hired. I know you just wanted to say booby on the air. This article of from news or my news for dot com out of nevada nevada bill would allow tech companies to create government. Would and this is just a bill. Correct yes it's only bill their cap. It hasn't made it to of nevada. Planned legislation to establish new business areas in nevada would allow technology companies to effectively form separate local governments democratic governor. Steve scissor lack xylene sisal well or bringing back the company town boys right. He announced plan to launch so-called innovation zones in nevada to jumpstart the state's economy by attracting technology firms. But think about it. Okay save that mckay. The guy who ran Whole foods yeah experience or supposedly. Larry ellison runs. Oracle is a libertarian. What if one of them starts to company town and their idea of being a government is. Don't well great i. it'd be a wonderful think. That's what our co host mark edge has been doing trying to go and what's the guy Keep key shapeshifts For he's thank yeah he. He claims to be a libertarian. Yeah well hey. Mas libertarian being on welfare shirley. That's all going to be possible under this democrat governors control. I know because surely you just did you. Just call me. Surely i did all right. It's about time somebody did anytime. Surely these zones would permit companies with large areas of land to form governments carrying the same authority as counties Including the ability to impose taxes form school districts and courts and provide government services. So perhaps we could see something. That resembles a crypto nation arise. It's possible where when we need to start one of these in new hampshire indeed. We're you know you only pay for the amount of government services that you deem necessary for yourself and or your family not not everything which is imposed upon you by politicians who say so. If you want to impose something. I'm somebody else pay for it right every dime that it costs you pay for nobody none of these people. I i do that to the antiabortion people all the time. It's like well. I'm not gonna pay for your for your laws. So are you going to shell out your own money to pay for it. Are you going to go to war. And with these people and british shed your own blood. And they're like yeah. I don't think so. And all right then shot up and at mic drop. No please don't do any mike dropping. I i i. I hate the term mic drop. Because obviously anybody who's ever dropped. A microphone has never purchased a micro among well either that or they have enough money that does not care. Don't care or maybe it's not their microphone. The first night i might mic drop. I can think of that. The first time. I remember seeing it was when they were given some girl and a grammy or an emmy or something and some guy came up on stage and he was all irate about it. Who was that remember. Okay it was. It was a race thing. They thought he he thought they should have given it to black person. Now for some reason. I don't have the same problem with the rockstars who smashed guitars on stage like later. Who yes just because it pains you. See yeah i. I mean now. Some people will use sort of a broken guitar or guitar. That's longer worth anything that the rhody will hand them right to be able to change it out. Sort of stand in stunt guitar where it's all perforated already to break apart easily and stuff like that but that's just taking showmanship to a different level but if it's the guitar the dude has been and it's a nice guitar name brand it's a neck through its thousands of dollars for regular guy to buy. And then they fashioned. I know why they have a little moment of morning at that point because it's sad anyway. This measure to further economic developments with the alternative form of local government has not been introduced to the legislature. Just well it's being pitched by the governor. Wow governor steve sizzle ac sisal bill. I rep withdrew his name but a six zero three two eight three six one six zero more on this coming up. This is free talk live. Look i'm sorry but you're in for a world of pain. If you use coin omi the reason is their wallet. Doesn't support payments. 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Covers did we mention the the governor of a told biden to go screw himself. That's alleged we. We talked about it on saturday. Yeah we we real proof for that one just one website. There's one article. We did go through the article on saturdays. Show if you missed that show you can find it. at freetalklive. dot com in the archives archive dot freetalklive dot com as well as any of our other shows for the website claims their sources legit. But there's no real way valid. I wanna get a printout of that quote. I want to bring it next time. We go to a new news house Who and and basically say this is what sunanda would have said if he had any balls. That is a matter of fact So before we continue on with this article out of nevada. Let's go to j calling from new hampshire day. You're on free talk live. Hey guys think they So anyways as many of the listeners would may recall. I've you know been involved in some Battles with donna palmer. And now we got one brewing with the town of new hampshire. And what's going on. I sent ian A On telegram a couple of photos of the letter. I just got from him today. And it's from a law firm that you know some classic. You know law firm here in new hampshire that these guys you know towns jews and they're telling me i got fourteen days to clean up all the junk in my yard more. I'm gonna face a penalty of fine slow Or they're going to ask you bring a lawsuit against me but they they say if we do prevail you know you're going to be fine. Two hundred two hundred sixty dollars a day. Sorry it's my daughter. Make some noise in the bathroom. And you're gonna be fined five hundred dollars for each additional offense in the first offense the first day the second offense the second day. And it's like you know per item but you know it's like record cold. There's a whole bunch of snow so first off how you supposed to even you know. Somebody's supposed to clean up. Something in new hampshire in two weeks but that part only care about because who is a town of hanikra to tell me what do you own property there and you know unless is it some kind of an eyesore from the road or something. I don't understand why would even be concerned with your property. Go all of you guys in the studio bend my property. You can't see annual road right. Can't campaigning for him. I got a i got a A busybody neighbour group in fact from his house. You can barely see anything. But you know he's he's all all about giving the His name's jeff buxton. Have anybody wants. Check him out. He's just dude. I not don't have his number but probably could find it But he like you know. He's he's all upset. Because you know. I've got a gun range here. We shoot guns and And also shared drive with them in any and when i bought the house the first conversation you had he said i hate all free staters. Wow emissions would with previous People here where's he fran Jay gotta get. Where's he from He has a I guess scenes from new hampshire. He bought his property and like nineteen. Eighty something you know where he is next door He did tell one of my friends. Here if one of our friends Davies people love to hate you people. That's what he says. I'm sorry it's like sick. It's a sad sad situation with Now a j. I know that. I've heard you because you've been on this show before and i'm familiar with some of your. You know defenses that you like to talk about. Have you deployed any of that. Have you sent a letter back to the city saying. Hey i'm happy to comply. And i'm going to bill you at this rate for compliance or something along those lines well It's funny. They used a work compliant several times in their letter. It's like some kind of. I imagine it's like some lawyers works dr evil that's right newsletters but in the town Sent me a letter saying. Hey we need to talk to you Looks like you're running the header so I had a meeting. Actually earn. Handcock and i was earning spent a lot of time at my place last summer ernie hancock and went and had a sit down meeting with the minister for probably a good hour and we And i did draft up a written response meeting on video jane. Did you get that meeting on video with the town administrator. Why not by the way. We're losing your signal pretty bad here. I honestly didn't even think about just like we were going to home in. Yeah you gotta get all this stuff on the record you got to. You got plenty of people who can help holding a video camera. When i got on the record was in writing and i do have that on the record and I When i asked to town for was some public records request. They asked him to explain who they are so they sent me a copy of the town charter and actually in part of the town charter says no part of this charter shall be used against private property. Which is pretty interesting. And when i asked him for what evidence they have been subject to this statute that they are quoting. They sent me a Photocopy of if you go to the town and you ask for like the tax The zoning card tells you all about your house and house like a picture of your household square footage and all the dimensions and all the attacks worth and all that they gave me that thing packs card. They didn't actually respond to your inquiry there. No they never respond anything. Actually the zoning officer whose name is mark ratio. One of the things i asked for was a copy of his oath of office and they said oh. He's not an elected official. He doesn't have it also office so that's to be that's going to be interesting guys operating oath of office but you doing an article on how these private corporations are going to become governments or setup governments in power to collect taxes. That's been going on since nineteen thirty nine in this country. These municipal corporations they're not government their governmental refer again to The case i've mentioned several times massachusetts where to aclu tried to get from public records request from the state police. The state police said no. No we were not part of the government. We don't need to comply with the constitution We're not subject to that. We're actually private corporation. We're charity or law enforcement council and if your internet search Aclu massachusetts state police. Jack collins You'll walk in and just you know private corporations or private charity It'll pop up really quick. An- anybody can you read the case. It's right there so This road. I've been going down with these guys that we don't have a government There's not a government for the people in by the people What this is. I call it a religious. That's cool if you don't make your annual mandatory tidings land property tax. Well they're going to send people to with instruments and death and torture to torture you or kill you until you comply. That's pretty much it. So i just got a letter for those guys. Asking me for clients enfold in the letter. I did give them before they give them a fee schedule. And i charge fifty thousand dollars an hour. And i also got their bonding information so My time is very valuable today. and i call it fifty thousand dollars an hour and You know if they're going to force me to do something and they have to pay for it. Bill them for the time you spend responding to. That's what he's doing what he's doing dollars. Six zero three two eight three six one six zero. We've got more free talk. Live coming up yes. It is monday night edition of free talk. Live the live call in radio. Talk program where you can take control of the airwaves. Talk about whatever is on your mind. 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Google that or duck duck go preferably at any rate We've been talking about this article from my for news dot com where the state of nevada the governor specifically is pitching a concept in his state of the state house address That a plan would bring in new business. At the forefront of groundbreaking technologies without the use of tax abatements or other publicly funded incentive packages that previously helped attract companies like tesla inc and this bill They specifically named blockchain llc. And we'll talk more about that. Because i have a complimentary article the swan about blockchain. And what they're doing in nevada but first let's go to your calls and thoughts. We have ch- heading calling from florida heading. You're on free talk live. Oh my my second experience on free talk live last time after. I heard that this is the show where i get to determine what i discussed. I was instructed specifically what i must answer and then was cut off by your co host mr mexico so i hope maybe i'll get to say actually something that i want to say this time. You're going pretty good so far. So what's on your mind. Great did hear scott the jewish anti semite on rush limbaugh last week. That was highly entertaining. S here in the studio. Yeah okay now. I listen to your show a couple of days ago. Download them and listen to them. And you talked about gina carano. She said jews were beaten in the streets not by nuts. He's soldiers but by their neighbors even by children who government. I made their own neighbors. Hate them simply for being jews and I thought that was pretty righteous and and Mr freeman there. I thought that was wrong with that. Well there's play wrong without it's pure caricature and propaganda most germans. Under hitler's rule never did arrive at the point of hating their jewish neighbors. In fact himmler in nineteen forty three. He gave a speech in posen in october. Nineteen forty three called inland second foes in speech and he said we're going to have some problems with rounding up jews and putting them in camps because every german has a favorite jew. He's gonna say oh. Those other jews are troublemakers. But here's a first rate jew. He's a good guy you know so it's not. It's simple as this right as what she was saying. She was repeating old propaganda also. She talks as if every hang on a minute heading. You're forgetting about the question. She asked the question she asked was. How is this any different from hating people for their political views. Well the thing is you're taking. I'm gonna get to that. She's trying to take a piece of propaganda that was cooked up specifically to be used against right wingers and against conservatives essentially against opponents of jewish power and said that most in the direction you're trying to apply in an opposite direction and every it seems like every time rightwingers tried to do this. Try to invoke the holocaust for some 'cause they like they get slapped down they get. You can't do that because why because basically jews on this thing right and their user behind. nt right. it's it's very much. A jewish conspiracy theorist. It's it's fact man. Do you know what the ad l. is ad l. Is what's he's one of scott's people i see so scott is an dot as an anti semitic jew. I'm not one of those people you know i find. I don't use that word so you put that word. Are you anti jewish. I would say. I am a critic of jewish power. Absolutely okay other power is it. Okay is power for other people like christians. Is it okay for christians. Power christians holding power. Don't generally do things that are destructive. My interest jewish power is involved in things like promoting immigration and demographic change very aggressively. They're interested in so that having adversarial relationship muslims power. We don't have that problem but even so it wouldn't be as big a deal because let me explain somebody. You could read if you're really interested in. This is kevin mcdonald because he's an evolutionary psychologist and he has studied the fact that jews have evolved into this adversarial relationship with their host populations they have to try to keep their host pot. I know plenty of jews who are not my adversaries so i mean all of this talk about people are like this because they were born into a certain group is just so despicable and so just thought lists and you have to look at the big picture but i have other points to me. I don't have to do anything you say. That's backed do you like you can make sure that you're free to be ignorant the ignorant calling ignorant. Let's yeah i'm not ignorant of my relationships with other people and other human beings who do not meet the descriptions you're talking about their jewish but they're not trying to control me heading do you. Do you enjoy comedy at all. Let me let me stay on as like before when mr dmed thought. He thinks he can just have a lecture and he doesn't understand. This is supposed to be five. I get to determine what you did. It can also a conversation and so i have to question. Generally that requires an answer. Yeah i like some comedy But you know. I like what's that has to do with anything. Well i mean. there's some really funny jewish comedians. Yeah ok does that change what the deal does with youtube. And the promotion of both. Does that make all this worthwhile. That's an illustration that country it's an illustration that your desire to lump all people of one kind into a bucket and call them. Names is false intellectual though. Yeah i think. I've had enough of these done research. Captain don't you understand. I've had enough of that so you took him for a lot longer than i would have. Free talk live at any rate You know the the lateral statements a lumping folks into a category because of either their ethnicity or their culture is hateful. All those comedians are bad because they make people want to not have families. He's against all that stuff goes christianity christians power. That's fine no you know. It's six two eight three six one. Six zero more free talk live on the way. Bitcoin dot com is the best source for learning about crypto currency. Go there now. Click on get started at the top of the page. Once you do that. 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I gotcha when they catch some of these things you know or perhaps The previous caller would recognize z. Papers please if you weren't sure of his gender you could say z. Is asleep you could say that. Indeed where was i. I was doing a show here somewhere kinds of things to talk about. We are talking about the the company town we we should. We should get to him. Hey chuck you are on free talk live. What's on your mind tonight. Well you guys were just talking about the whole thing. I have a whole spiel. I wanna go off on. But if you're unsure about somebody's gender you can just go ahead with high friends. that's always. That's always a good thing. But i wanted to rant about the attack on home list right now. That's happening on some cities on the west coast and let me clarify how i am coming to about this call. I'm a listener of k two weeks out of needles california which carries freetalklive a and i Have become aware of an issue in a city in bullhead city arizona which is Receiving this message right now from pre talks live They are developing an ordinance. Or they want to pass an ordinance which will basically make it impossible for service organizations to distribute food amongst the homeless population on the way that they're going to do this is bringing about a policy that requires a million dollars. Plus sheri- yes. Oh my god. So they're finding ways to. Oh yeah you can go ahead and feed the homeless. But it's going to cost you a million dollars. I that is just one of the lamest things. I think i've ever heard i. They shut down people in parks than they arrest people for actually feeding the homeless. And now they're gonna make you carry a million dollars of insurance to just handsome food to your fellow man. What now is this proposal. Did he say or they have passed this. No no this is a proposal there. to Put this on the table for discussion at the next city council meeting and The city of bullhead city arizona. Will you know if i were there. I would support if Like an activist group went out to the city council meeting and handed out some sandwiches or soup or whatever. Just do it right out right out front. Here's the problem guys. And i'm sorry friends Here's the problem friends. If cities like bullhead city want to do this and Make it harder for the people who feel compelled to go out there and Give service to the people who are downtrodden and homeless and mentally ill and everything they're gonna go ahead and go to their surrounding communities like kingman arizona and golden shores arizona and all of these different places that surround that jurisdiction and then go ahead and do their work there so You know all all these cities like long view. Washington that wanna go after. There was a mayor up there that wanted to go after people who were handing out clothing. You know i mean it's it's insane but at the same time we've got things like people who wanna organize. Homeless groups surround city halls. At aberdeen an long view and different places to try to co hearst the People to take action on the homeless issue. I don't know if we're really talking very much about that. To tell you the truth about how ugly. This whole problem is just to clarify the situation. Are you saying that this million dollar insurance policy would apply to not just say public park but also like a private location like a church. Yes sir okay. Yes yes actually. I was actually just gonna mention that because i know in the city of seattle of the largest Mission there is a church funded and it occurs to me that churches probably don't have a million dollars sitting around you know or the to get a million dollars worth of insurance for feeding people in you know i'm not ridiculous. I'm not a religious person. But i recognize that charity is charity. And if you're in need you should take it from wherever it comes in. Churches do a lot of good charity. Look the answer is into just go to kingman. That's that's one way that people can deal with this but the best answer in my opinion is to refuse and disobey. and that's why. I say go out if i were there with a group of people and we'd be given away sandwiches right out in front of the city council meeting me. Like what are you gonna do about it. Go ahead get it on video and they send the cops to arrest you or whatever if they pass this go out again and then you and then get video. They send the cops to arrest you. They've done this. This has happened before there was a florida before before. We moved up to new hampshire. This is probably two thousand five or something like that In florida in orlando food not bombs kept getting arrested for going and giving away food in a park in orlando florida and they just kept on coming back and kept on coming back then. There was that old man. That pre The pastor down in. I think it was like fort lauderdale or something one peach. Some beach town. He was like in his. He got arrested for feeding people on the beach. And you know all of these things. Bring attention to these circumstances and attention can bring money and donations. Attention can bring support. Attention can bring attorneys Willing to don't you know willing to donate their time. Just so they can get their name in the paper but if all you do is you just you know crawl away and you go to kingman. Then you haven't done anything. Know one of the most amazing to combat. The state is to embarrass the state when they do stupid crap like this. Yep any other thoughts chuck. Well i real. I really hope that the members of the bullhead city council in arizona. They're listening to the free talk. Live broadcast right now and really take it to heart so Do your research. everybody i'm out. I hope we don't hear anything about that passing. That'd be a real shame if that happened. Oh yeah because you know how it works. If it gets passed in one place all the other places are going to be copycats. Monkey see monkey do and this isn't about protecting the homeless right. Because that's i'm sure how they're going to go. Well we got to have an insurance policy. Somebody could get burned by the soup. Burn their tongue or for some hot coffee on their hand ridiculous. What they're talking about doing. And i understand like there is another side to this and that is that well. We don't want homeless people around 'cause on things they're not exactly the best. A lot of them aren't the best guests you don't want to have him around a lot of cases. I get that i get that. And that's part of the part of the problem is public property right because if you have public property known as government property right government run property than everybody has a right supposedly to be there so get rid of public property get rid of tragedy of the commons and let people decide who should come on their property and not has the Anti homeless architecture been discussed here on live. I know what you're talking about like the benches that have like a spike in the middle or whatever. People can't deploying this in seattle before i left so i've seen this evening example action so There are some areas underneath some bridges. Seattle is a bunch of hills mountains so their street system is largely bridges and so of course. Homeless people will find shelter wherever they concerned. Find it underneath a bridge for example Instead of being flat smooth concrete's They would build pyramids. Yeah little like one by one new and be very uncomfortable look like a studs from one thousand nine hundred leather jacket or something but it would cover the entire area not just under the bridge but all of the publicly under the government owned areas around it in other places they would have what looked like a stalactites or stagnant. I dunno depending on where where they're at they're hanging from above or if they're coming up from below that are almost like spikes right but they're made out of concrete or formed in some way so that a guy can't lay down and so it it's disgusting that there is a thing called homeless are anti homeless architecture in my book. Six zero three two eight three six one. Six zero are the ten digits. You need to get on this radio program more coming up. Welcome back to the program. Thanks for tuning in everybody. It is free talk. Live the live radio. Call in talk program where you can take control of the airwaves. Talk about whatever's on your mind. Our telephone number is six zero. Three two eight three six one six zero again. Six zero three two eight three six one six. Oh if you'd like to get on the airwaves those are the digits you need in the studio tonight. It's myself the captain it's in and any pay two point. Zero is here. Crypto payments are now faster than ever. If you're using edge wallet hand cash. Bitcoin dot com or dash wallet. Your experience should be smooth but some wallets aren't yet ready for this impressive new technology. These wallet programmers need to hear from you. The wallet users visit any pay inc dot com forward slash upgrade to learn why some popular wallets are incompatible with any pay two point zero and reach out to the wallet programmers to encourage them to make payments perfect at any pay inc dot com for slash upgrade. Any pay inc dot com forward slash upgrade We were talking about this article of from my news. Four dot com wear in nevada. There's a proposed bill that essentially would allow tech companies to governments and governor cecil lack. Who is sponsoring this. Bill named blockchain's c As a company that had committed to developing a smart city in an area east of reno after this legislation has passed now. I mean this is an interesting proposal. I'm critical of it. Yes but it's an interesting proposal. I don't know what the details are gonna be. And i suspect the devil is in them however on its face. I'm not opposed to the idea of okay. This entity wants to carve out a porsche. Because it said earlier in the story that it would be treated as essentially a county so there's already counties all across nevada right. So what essentially they're proposing. Is that some company. come in. I don't know if it's restricted to big tech or if it's just any any corporation but some company wants to come in by a piece of land and essentially carve it out from that county meaning that it wouldn't owe taxes to that county. That's a big question. Mark that i have right. Because if that's the case you better believe the counties are gonna rally against this right. They are not gonna wanna lose. You know if if facebook is going to re- relocate their campus as they call these these places from wherever they are san francisco or seattle or wherever. Facebook is and relocate it to nevada then whatever county it is that they were going to relocate to is not going to want to lose that potential tax revenue. Well this article says. The governor's office of economic development would oversee applications for zones which would be limited to companies. Working in specific business areas in favoritism yes including blockchain autonomous technology. The internet of things robotics artificial intelligence wireless biometrics and renewable resource technology. That alone sounds to me like it. Is you know unconstitutional. I mean they're they're playing favorites. It's pretty obvious. And i mean we see this all the time Seattle washington of course gives huge discounts. On to places like boeing taxation. And that kind of thing. Yeah but they're doing things like waving The property tax for some number of years waving some other business tax or whatever for some number of years but then that runs out in almost all those cases. Well this is zone. Requirements would include applicants owning at least seventy eight square miles of undeveloped uninhabited land within a single county but separate from any city town or tax increment area okay. Companies would have to have at least two hundred and fifty million dollars and plans to invest an additional one billion in their zones. Over ten years the zones would initially operate with the oversight of their location counties But would eventually take over county duties and become independent governnmental bodies. If that's true then they shouldn't oh money to the counties case the zones would have three-member supervisor boards with the same powers as county commissioner. The businesses would maintain significant control over board membership. Okay but what's the actual benefit to this. I mean you know. Are they going to be able to have more economic freedom because this sort of on its face. Sounds like the xetra or the zade the economic zones that exists around the country that mark our co host is currently obsessed with and has been for several years. He's been traveling around. The the world looking at these different is to find a place where a man can be free well. He's trying to find a place where they can carve out one of these special economic zones and generally with these special economic zones official with the special economic zones supposedly like a benefit and the benefit is is if you get one of these things granted to you than the government that's granting it is supposedly backing off and they're saying oh well normally we would regulate your businesses but no. We're not gonna do that because this is a special economic zone right having a get outta my free card. What benefits would be you know. Would these companies get from this. Besides they can now tax or that they can now run a policing system or whatever. I don't know the answer to your question. But what i do know. Is that businesses that is the market generally speaking even such as they are corporations obviously are state construct and i disagree with the constructive corporations but the market generally is far more innovative than the state is true so i would hope that at a minimum. They would be sort of epicenters of innovation. I could be. I don't know that. I'm a fan of states trying to sponsor these quote smart cities unquote. I would prefer the smart cities You don't rise up of their own volition but well but a corporation would never do that because a corporation of its existence the state because they've asked for the state's blessing they didn't want to just do business without asking permission so they went and asked permission so now they're owned lock stock and barrel and they have to obey. This is interesting. I'm curious to see what the application is going to be like as far as like how are they going to use this. Because you're right. They could offer some different things if they're in charge of their own roads than maybe we'd see some innovation and in rhode upkeep or or whatever maybe we can you name the last innovation and roads now can you innovation and rome no because it's always been controlled by the state okay. Led lights in the stoplights. That's not really a road road of it right. Yeah it's it's in elliott's a lightbulb abandoned well so and it wasn't driven by the road industry because i'm fascinated by this particular topic. I have another article from. Msn dot com in nevada desert blockchain's llc aims to be its own municipal government. This is specifically about blockchain's which i have not heard of so i'm curious to what exactly that is. I mean we know what a blockchain is. Right now is flawed. It was blockchain. See which plural apparently dry but this is plural so. I'm not familiar with the specific company. But this is not blockchain dot com the same. You know company that has offered. Bitcoin wallets for a decade company. And it's not black stream right in the nevada desert cryptocurrency magnate hopes to turn dreams of the futuristic smart city into reality to do that he's asking the state to let companies like his form local governments on land they own which would grant them power over everything from schools to law enforcement. Jeffrey burns b. r. n. s. Not missed boons from like the simpsons. Excellent excellent ceo of nevada blockchain's llc envisions a city where people not only purchase goods and services with digital currency but also log the entire their entire online footprint. Financial statements medical records of personal data on the blockchain blockchain is digital editor known mostly for recording crypto currency transactions but also has been adopted by some local governments for everything from documenting marriage licenses to facilitating elections. And i might add. Does a far better job than any government entity has ever done at any of those things and these guys would get the chance to prove their claim. If this were allowed to happen then they would be able to have their blockchain elections and they'd be able to have their blockchain documents services and such the company wants to break ground by twenty twenty two in rural story. County twelve miles. East of reno is proposing to build fifteen thousand homes and thirty three million square feet of commercial and industrial space within seventy five years parents. Whose idea is the basis for the draft legislation that some lawmakers saw behind closed doors last week said traditional. Government doesn't offer enough flexibility to create a community where people can invent new uses for. This technology is really. It's an interesting proposal. Is six zero three two eight three six one six zero. Do you like the idea of blockchain city. More free talk. Live is coming up on free. 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If you'd like to try and get on the air with us we'll get to your calls and thoughts in just a moment in the studio tonight. It is myself. The reverend captain kick ass joining me. It's an ego that thirty step side. What is known as nobody. Very nice And we've been talking about this article a couple of articles actually one from my news. Four dot com which talks about the bill being proposed in nevada to allow tech companies to become governments and then a separate article from msn dot com talking specifically about the company blockchain's llc aiming to become its own government in nevada. So they're related stories and we'll talk more about these articles but first let's go to reverend rant speed reverend you are on free talk live aid ning everyone hundred thank you. I have a lot to say about what's going on. So i have been following along with what blockchain zealously. He's been doing for approximately the last three years blockchain's essel some background. Blockchain's llc was started by a couple of brothers one of them's attorney Brokers attorney consumer protections attorney. He was the person who defended Coin base against the irs when the irs was trying to probe in get everyone's records from that so he was working on behalf of crypto consumers and crypto banks after that they put a stop on his accounts they prevented him from being able to use his assets and so he decided instead of trying to sue the irs. he would create his own crypto bank. Okay on top of that. I a undisclosed number of ripta magnates who are all part of this consortium. That's being put together Decided we need to have our own playground. We need to have a sandbox out in the desert to make around city so they started searching around and they picked the place. Exactly where tesla google switch and all of the the major players out there in story county are putting their their companies and in early two thousand eighteen they purchased the entire one hundred of the remaining amount of the sub. One hundred and seventy five square miles of story county okay. I'm sorry not sorry. It was for one hundred and seventy five million dollar cash lump sum and it was for one hundred and fifty square miles. Not just in story county. But also part of lying county as well which all belonged to someone named lance gilman who owns the mustang ranch and owned all the property that he purchased from an elderly ranch owner over ten years ago and has been preparing for industrial development. For a long time he went ahead and put a new. Us highway in or state highway. it's called parkway. It's anyone that works at the gigafactory knows. That's the role that you get to to go. You know go to work every day. And so so same thing for all of these other companies. So they purchased this amount in cash from lance gilman for one hundred and seventy five million dollars and they retained lance element as an adviser and part of their marketing department for two thousand eighteen and nineteen. I'm not sure what happened after that. And they had been planning the city. I heard about this city through rumors from mexico mex kaiser from russia today the kaiser. Kyw's report exactly back when it was just rumors quote unquote rumors. So i've been paying attention to this. This is this is a hit rat speed. Is this guy that one of the major guys that you said bought a bank. Wanted to make a crypto bank. Was this the guy who bought the to location. Small chain bank in las vegas a couple years ago. I don't remember the name of the bank. But i remember that he mentioned it during the key. Note presentation that was made in november of two thousand eighteen. You can go on youtube. It's an hour long presentation kind of fluffy but basically it's showing what they wanna do out there city in the arctic. Dame's jeffrey burns this year. Jeffrey burns and his brother. His brothers also named burns. I can't remember last name. But there's an entire. There's an entire teams. This company purchased several different underground nuclear proof bunkers to place around the world to place their Their crypto currency computers in the case of a major physical disaster. They're also going to be putting one of these bunkers under the tricare. I assume because that's going to be like one of their major hubs and the idea behind this is to get away from regular get away from the original idea of governments. Which is it's based on physical location and put everything through ethereal Decentralized apps in other words all of the smart contracts stuff that you hear about where you don't have to have a centralized government. This is the place that they're going to be doing the headquarters stuff. And they have been having a developers from all around the world and apparently they line the pockets of the governor to get him to propose. This is where things get interesting before you go on. So yeah i did check. Jeffrey burns is the guy behind. The acquisition of the kirkwood bank of nevada happen birds twenty two dollars. Acquisition lint. yeah. The bank looked into the bank has two locations and ask very interesting so this hang on. This whole thing reminds me a lot of. Are you guys familiar with the garbage warrior. I think the guy who built the earth ships right so he developed earth ships. Earth ships are houses. Made out of well everyday recyclable materials and dirt that are also completely completely self sufficient in other words. They i'm rate on solar. They operate on gravity. They recycle all of their water. You grow your own food. It's got its own built in greenhouse etc. And so this guy who do you can. just you know. Do a search for earth ships and find the guy's name escapes me of my head but they had to fight with. I believe it was new mexico. Maybe it was arizona to get themselves a special zone to work on their houses because the state came in and said. Hey you're a subdivision and you have to comply with all these crazy rules. Because they're building all these experimental houses. This reminds be exactly of that. Where because the next sentence in this article says there's got to be a place somewhere on this planet where people are willing to just start from scratch and say. We're not gonna do things this way. Just because it's the way we've always done it burns said and that reminds me of exactly a bit from the garbage warrior. Because he's like where can we go to. Innovate there is. There has been so much movement in the background with very little press for the last three years and they had been signing papers and making deals. There's going to be. I assume i. I'm going to just get it's going to blow up. There's gonna be a big water rights disputes between them. And the peyote try very soon because this diverse dryer. The peyote. Try a high actually. I'm sorry it's the they were the native. It's a conglomeration of different tribes but they have a reservation which is surrounds pyramid lake and they have been very fierce protecting their water rights and they just purchased a block this. They purchased a very large amount of water rights in november and got finalized in december from a farm. That's north of the pirate tribe area. I'm anticipating there's going to be a big standoff regarding that and it's probably going to be held up in court. That's one of the reasons why i think they're trying to get a county rights. They're trying to position themselves to be able to have their own government not just for the innovation aspect of it but also this entire bill is essentially tailored specifically for this company. You have to have a minimum of fifty thousand acres and all of the amounts of money that you were just talking about able to do this and to answer your question about the types of technology. A few of the different articles say a technology park for the advancement of artificial intelligence. Three d printing and nanotechnology integrated into a blockchain based system. Now you have billions before you start innovating. The bar of entry is so high. This company is essentially the only one that's going to be able to to not to apply for it. It's it's kind of down because of that in court. That's the interesting thing about the state of nevada jerry. Hold on. i'm just going to bring you back. This is free talk. Live six zero three two eight three six one six zero. We'll talk more about this blockchain city. Free talk live. The telephone number is six zero. Three two eight three six one six zero. That is the telephone number here in studio at free. Talk live in the studio tonight. It myself the reverend captain kick ass joining me. It's in and nobody and let's just go right back to reverend rant speed. Who's been filling us in. He's been following the adventures of blockchain's llc and their attempt to get nevada to grant them not only a special innovations zone but also allow them to become something of their own government. Yes and i. I suspect a lot of the reason why they want to create their own. Government is because government says bass. Stand today do not reflect the potential that decentralized cryptocurrency or blockchain technology can offer to create contracts to settle disputes to and. They're going to anytime soon because governments don't change they don't change quickly in any way shape or form it could take decades before you could convince some bureaucracy that hey you ought to try this blockchain thing but can blockchain's murder people in sufficient quantity to survive as a government because it takes a lot of murder to be a government. Blockchain's don't kill people people kill people. True it's interesting if you think about it because all everyone's medical records and criminal records and everything will be kept on the blockchain. It will be kept in in a series of computers. So if you think about that it could be big brother's best. You know wet dream. The there was a link that i just put into the element server or the the matrix server that it was a very good and detailed argument that a article that this is reno which is a local newspaper put in just a couple of days ago that goes into some of the details regarding what they want to do with blockchain. And how how there would be planning on using it. I it kind of has. I mean i don't mean to be cynical but it's this can either be really good or really bad. When you have the total amount of information that blockchain can store and keep it in a way that cannot be erased and essentially as nuke proof. I mean you know if anyone's watched a fight club. Tyler durden would never be able to get away with me blowing up a few buildings to get rid of everyone's records that way right. Everybody's concern here should be privacy right. There are advantages to using the blockchain for your data is just a question of who has access to that data if it is kept to the individual in other words. If i get my keys to my data on the blockchain then okay cool but if this is a marriage between traditional governments and blockchain technology that could get evil really quick reverend. I had a question for you. Are you familiar with the concept That some companies have had. I followed a company that Apparently is no longer around called bit nation. They had a dvd be ns are decentralized borderless virtual nations the idea that you could belong to a nation that didn't have any geographic location. And then you could assume ably become a nation of one and that type of a thing. Are you familiar with that concept now. Only that yes. I am not familiar with. I don't know about that particular organization. There were several organization. That's when i just. I even remember in the late. Ninety s seeing a us an article points into a website that has long gone talking about a bunch of people wanting to put their nationality as part of a computer network on a desert island in the pacific. So this idea has been around for a long time to try to get to detach yourself from physical location right. Yeah yeah. I do anything to escape government right. The idea was that you could then sort of purchase governance service not government ways you can pay them to enslave you. If i don't want their certain things like access to roadways things like you know all of the governments do provide with such and serve government services. I mean the hang on. Hang on nobody. There's governments all over the world. Governments do provide products and services. They just do so at the behest of the gun. And even if you don't want or need them you're forced to pay for them. What the concept of the decentralised borderless virtual virtual nations is is that now you would be able to only purchase those products and services which you need that were aligned government services. They're just services. So course yes. It's only government service if you have to buy it when you don't want it go ahead ribs. I want to mention something Nevada is very interesting state that are very comparatively compared to especially like california which is right next door there are comparatively very few state laws compared to other states surrounding it. It's primarily been left to county legislation so to wants to be on the level of county government you know by creating the so called innovation innovation space really gives any any particular company a lot of power including a lot. I mean yeah you have to obey certain traffic laws. That are you know. Stay control if you're on a private parking lot at belongs to the the statutes doesn't even apply a so. Yeah there's lots of nevada's very interesting place. It's primarily because this was the last refuge for the wild west. I mean this is where the bundy standoff happened. A few years ago story county has a very interesting history. You look at a map of nevada story county story where this is where virginia city and the stop. The guy bought it so his story. Right the the the Comstock lode in the late ninety in the mid nineteenth century and that a city are sorry in virginia city is where one of the largest caches of gold was discovered and the the people that made their millions off of that load are the people who founded san francisco very ironic that History sort of repeating itself. This is the same county the same state any could really consider it. The same group of people one hundred year one hundred and fifty years later creating this new form of gold rush. That is absolutely amazing. Yeah what do you think about this guy is. This guy a libertarian. Behind this. he's a business person so so he says he's on the side of consumer privacy and protection he has a lot of different clients that he is representing. And i mean think about one hundred and seventy five million dollar cash lump sum paid. Who paid for that. Who put their money into. That would have been this one guy i mean. Maybe he's really big wealthy. I i have. I'm speculating that it was probably stakeholders situation. Yeah oh yes oh. Yeah so his He came from california His law law office originally was in thousand oaks which is essentially north. Hollywood is right next century city. And so you know. He came from california. So this has a lot of basin. Yeah it's interesting. I'm glad you've been keeping an eye on it. I and i hope that you know you'll be able to let us know how this develops. Thanks for the call. Reverend great information. And yeah please keep following the way you have. Because i'm just now hearing about this And i'm glad that you had such a dearth of information to share with us. A six zero three two eight three six one. Six zero is the phone number here. at freetalklive. we've got more coming up. Ross is serving a double life sentence without parole for all violent charges. He is a first time offender and no victims were named a trial. 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That's my understanding as well They they have their own coined. Do that had more than one. Finance coin okay correct And i've been pleased with him in the past. However i system some vines going to try and change it into something else and it to bind and stu exchanges and then take it off with by mmediately we possible and it never right never it was never shown a deposit and it shows up in the blockchain successful transaction. But it doesn't show up on my buying it. Well not not the end of the world. I contacted customer support about three days ago. And they have still not gotten back with a yuma Wow yeah how long has it been. I have contacted them actually three times total. I tried not to start a second support. 'cause they ask you not to do that. How long has this one. Been open Support ticket is three days old now. And after after sending it one day they got back to me with a auto auto response but just a form letter which doesn't really count for anything and then I responded to the form letter and then Then i contacted their fiar department. And i told them i'm starting a i'm starting to publicize concern is this finance dot com or dot. Us because they also have a us subsidiary. Correct finance dot com. I've heard i just found out now. I recently in the next day or two that apparently they've started doing something to us users banning me because i'm a us user or well. I'll tell you this They you know. They told me that they were gonna ban my account. Because i was a us user. And i wrote them an email and the the sort of the generic response that i got from them after a couple of days was well. We're really loaded up with things support requests and so if you really think this is important you should contact us. So it's like they just have like an initial filter of just letting people fall off the radar before you know they come back to and actually maybe respond to your request but yeah this is this is definitely a problem with the centralized authorities. Right is the the bigger they get the more comfortable they get and in this case. They're not giving you good service. What are you going to do about it. Yeah well eventually. We can start using decentralized exchanges. But the coin that i needed was not on a decentralized exchange i had to get it through a centralized exchange and i was just leaving money there or something i was for following the proper protocols they see you know and the other thing is. I didn't receive any kind of notice from buying. I look back through my old emails. I couldn't find any notice condemn that i had that they were going to change things so that you had to start a new account or something like that if you were in the united states you know alien to me. All news Maybe i missed something. you know. 'cause people they sent me an email that i miss But i just you know it just seems the other thing is yeah like you said it's really difficult. It was really difficult to find the customer service even an email contact. It took me ten minutes to figure out who. I what i was supposed to send an email. You know and so it's just a sudden frustration with an with an organization. I have been happy with the exchanges are getting as bad as the banks. Yeah i i love the idea of decentralized exchanges that seems to be the wave of the future but it's not quite here yet. There's some of them out there that only allow the exchanging What they call. The theory theorem tokens which isn't particularly useful right And then there's especially. Some theory is too expensive to use that to And that's my main main thought is Dave you did send enough of a fee with this transaction like yes. I just sent it from the exodus wallet. Exodus by the way has been completely awesome and has banned tastic. Customer support coast. They held my hand for two weeks until it was thick. That's great that's great. Exodus is pretty great on wish. They just allowed for payments through through any pay. So if you're if you're still talking with their customer support you ought to ask them if they if they can take any pay payments or or change their wallet so that they can actually make any payments from the exodus wallet. That really cool. I gotta say. I wish any pace still a payments from normal standard while it's rather than requiring people to change their wallets to deal with any. Yeah well the problem. There was nobody that If you do it the old way it creates all kinds of opportunities for people to screw things up so if you've ever dealt with customers before you know they screw things up all the time and you can't put them in charge of pretty much anything And so the way it used to work was you'd get a qr code code from vendor the merchant customer and it would have a request in it for whatever amount of Worth of bitcoin cash. But the problem is if a customer was like. Oh well. I wanted to change this amount to two cents. Less for whatever reason it didn't come up exactly right in my wallet. 'cause they don't know the the difference between exchanges and different exchange rates and all that without getting too complicated here it allowed for customers to edit the amount and that re resulted in ms payments and incomplete payments and of course that results in all kinds of customer support requests that no one has time to deal with small companies. Don't have much time to deal with customer support requests. If they're running around you know they've got a ton of things to do. It'd be better to not have them. I'm not saying. I'm not making excuses for finance here but we certainly shouldn't be surprised when mega corporations treat us like every other mega corporation agreed. I don't know walmart does not walmart has never mistreated me to speak of you. Know many of the big companies that i've dealt with over the years steam has been awesome for all this time. There's a lot of big companies. Don't abuse their power and maybe my new. Maybe my communications have just fallen through the cracks. And they'll get back to me and fix this in which case no huge deal but it feels really ugly. Yup well keep your eye on it and keep us informed. Because i'd like to know how this turns out mr leeann. We appreciate the call tonight. Sometimes you can have better luck through other means. He's sending an email. He may want to try the online chat with some some websites. Get the little blurb down on the bottom the little bubble you click on that and then it lets you wait in a queue until you can actually get a human and some of them actual tell you you know how many humans are waiting before you get to yours. Basically so that that can help in some circumstances Some companies will have multiple email addresses for their support system Particularly as they grow and we know that within the space of cryptocurrency anyway that some of these companies grow pretty quick. I mean i don't envy financing their position. It's no easy matter to have to deal with the mountainous support. Requests also remember what happened in two thousand seventeen when there was a ton of interest in bitcoin. It spiked up the first time. That's happening again that then exchanges couldn't deal with the growth so they literally stopped accepting new customers. They can handle it. 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Let's go to david in new mexico. David young freetalklive wanted to comment on your comment about public versus private property. But i'm going to save that for another night because that caller calling about the jewish issues and I wrote some notes. And so i'm gonna follow him first of all people should know that my father escaped nazi germany as a small child with his mother and his sister in south america and then years later response into the united states and my my eldest child is jewish because her mother is jewish and then moving on Scott the biggest. I heard him on rush two times so far and on levin hand on bill cunningham and he he usually lasts. I've timed it about eighteen seconds. But he did manage to get as he did manage to get his whole spiel out on rushed the other day. 'cause it's hearing problem. I had to dump him the other night because he decided to violate the fcc. Really violates us now that's true but you know what i'm saying there's fair but and regarding scott. I find him to be mostly. Factually correct to Without common thing and other aspects of it but factually he's got some facts that i considered to be correct so moving on. It's considered legitimate concern when we have for instance in business or government or any other power structure men over women The population is fifty fifty but men have traditionally been the vast majority in those power positions. Same with whites over non whites. Protestants over catholics. And jews are to my last figure That i've researched to percent approximately the population. But in the things that i've studied i've seen them to be twenty thirty percent or more or even more power structures and various things. Here's one good. For instance i i just looked at. I noticed The trump impeachment thing The people that were going against trump in the first and the second impeachments combined. You have chuck schumer jenny. Raskin adam schiff jerry. Nadler noah feldman pamela karlan vindman again even been left partners eager. Fruman gordon sunland marie. Ivanovich bill kristol. Brad sherman and volvo vullo damir lewinsky's one to got started the president of ukraine. They're all jewish so that's just one example of what i'm talking about about ten. How there are often overrepresented in lots of powerful things. I'm david how do you know and when you are speaking of somebody being jewish. Are you talking about the mississippi. Are you talking about the religion. And how do you know like what qualifies somebody as jewish. Is it a fifty percent. Is it twenty percents. You know these. That i have. I mean believing fifty percent or twenty three percent of the religious nonsense. Well i mean of the ethnishity right. You know because they to. You're let me answer your question. Because i spent time researching it so that i'm not mislabeling somebody and most of these people. If not all of them. I would venture to say that all of them would describe themselves as having being jewish or having coming from a predominantly jewish background. Just how i would answer your question but to move on with my last part of this is my my feelings on this whole thing. Is that i for instance. I literally feel actual fear of if i were to think about putting a trump anything on my vehicle or On my person. I would fear getting sucker punched or i would fear getting my tires flat under windows. Broken or firebombed whatever literally and that's a form of tyranny and four decades i have a self-centered any literally any even legitimate criticisms. If i thought the person was jewish. Because i feared being labeled as an anti semite which i see frequently happened and like i've already said i consider these things just like when you fear your government that's tyranny when you fear a certain population when you're simply trying to legitimately in your own is criticized something that a certain group is doing but you fear being labeled as something like for instance the on npr for instance. The trump supporters are literally labeled as racist and white supremacist. All of them. So anyway. Yeah there are dangers in labeling a group of people anything right if you say all of this group of people are this i mean that's impossible to be correct and i want to ask you to david when you speak of these people in power and Whatever proportion you found twenty percents thirty percents In your research. Are you talking about people who are religious jewish or ethnic jewish. Because there's a difference. I personally have this. You know. I i like as a comedian. I will make fun of the religion of the jewish folks as well as christians as well as buddhists as well as you know you name the religion all make fun of it. Because i'm a comedian but i'm curious as to which of these you're speaking of. Why address that earlier. And i i the way i described it. As if you ask these people themselves they would consider themselves to be quote unquote jewish. And whether they were basing it on the religion that they practice or a religion that they were born into or estimates necessity that they were born into. It would be one of those i. I didn't discriminate against one of those categories over another. I included them all. Okay thanks for the call. According to wikipedia the semitic religions include judaism christianity and islam. Why do people always say antisemitic. When they're talking about anti-jewish isn't that what they actually mean like. You said it earlier antisemitic see. I don't know. I always heard of semitic is being language group which includes both hebrew and arabic while i was asking the caller if he indeed was antipsychotic right but by that people usually mean. Are you against jewish people. But that's not what antisemitic. Actually me right. But i just wanted to see if the caller identified himself as gotcha because some people will be like. You're totally something be like. No not i just wanted to. Because he was saying a lot of words and i just wanted to know where he self identifying. But you're you're correct on your definition. Can't well would definitely identify as an anti sem- i think i think he screen. I don't i don't know him at all really so other than i've heard a couple of episodes when he was on the radio so i don't know but i would imagine somebody like that. See i got his whole spiel. I viewed him for like three hours. And i ended up telling him well. It sounds to me like you think. Jews are superior and i think you should marry a jewish woman. Have some copies. I'd bring up the difference between the ethnishity in the religion because you know anybody can become part of the jewish religion. You gotta jump through the hoops of course and dance the dance and whatever the desert dance there. Well they're they have steps. You have to go through to become a part of their faith right and so i think it's always important to clarify these things with people when they're talking about them Y- david was reluctant to clarify his position on it other than to say. He thinks they would identify themselves as jewish. Well didn't really answer the question. You know the question. was you ethnic or religious now. Sometimes it's both right you can. I don't know but you can it matter. I mean what people are doing. That's that matters. The fact that they have a common religion or some of them has a common religion or a common ethnic background. You know who cares. They're they're italian. Mafia comedian mafias mentioned. Because my father's armenian There is certainly one of the nastiest bloodiest mafias in the world is run on a mostly by wasps and it's called. Us government. yeah so for white. Anglo saxon protestant thank you so. I don't know why it matters what group somebody hails from. I think these these are religions a lot of whom who've been sort of fighting each other for a long time and actually fighting each other for a long time so the guy that called earlier not david but one prior to him. He was fine with christians. Having all the power in the world. Right didn't care about tower. You only wanted to not be. In the hands of the religions he disagrees with the these people are just looking for someone. Hey maybe i don't get it. Because i think they're nuts they are. We are out of time. Thanks for tuning in everybody. We're here again. Seven hundred make. If you missed any of our program please visit archived at freetalklive dot com. 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It Used To Be Better Episode 29- Rat Race

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It Used To Be Better Episode 29- Rat Race

"So. These backbone! Ben. But the truth is you. Say he goes to be then. Say. To Be Ben A. Hello I was. Why is everybody always make fun of my? Everybody. genotype presser. Hello, everyone! Welcome to. It used to be better. The emily asked. Myself and my. Watch movies from our upbringing our childhood. Vintage movie. I holds up or it used to be better. I'm Steve Corny with my co-host April! Aren't took over. That's not how this. April we watched movie from your childhood. Yep Two thousand one. How. How old was I in two thousand one? I was nineteen years younger than today. We'll twenty years. Twelve I'll be thirty two this year. No wait wars or will be thirty one. Thirty one now. I really didn't know for a second way. Am I thirty one now? Yeah, you'll be thirty two. Shit. Okay so I was twelve. Wow. Did you see this movie in the theater? I was poor I. Don't know if you know this, but I didn't go to the theater a lot I. finally started go when I was like sixteen and had my own money and when you did you theater. I was poor. Legal. Didn't you just hear my story? So, we watch race, two, thousand and one. My Pick my movie. I took great. Notes, no, this may be your movie in a movie that you have fond memories of I, F on memories of this movie for a different reason. As I bought a ticket for this and then stuck in South Park. Right Ray South Park. Dick in this movie and that movie. There's like a there's like a song in the South Park Movie. The whole movie is fucking outrageous. Yeah. I remember seeing Adong remember seeing a Dong. Ran Ray. You've seen so many so the fact that one six to you. That must have been a pretty serious dawn. Where are you making me Song? On the I'm your wife. You don't have to be to see a bunch of dogs I'm not. I'm not sledding. I've seen a bunch of boobs. Computer boobs count. I have no words. And to be fair, I've probably seen way more boobs way more vagina than you than you've ever seen your whole life Sliwa. nope. It's my job, so the first thing we do. April. What do you remember of two thousand and one frat right I told you there's one so I obviously, I remembered the song because remember I started singing it. Did it. It was annoying then. moved. Medicine. So I knew that. You were like pretty sure. That's from this move. I remembered the. Or just made it up. Yeah, or I made it up in my mind, but I remember. It was the song so and then I remembered. The people I remember, the most is the family. Is Jon Lovitz and I don't remember. His name, so if you WANNA, put actors names or tell me they are. John Levinson into the his wife and kids. I remember them the most because I remember the car scene. Jima okay. The kid has you that that's the biggest thing I remember. I can't. Remember. Comments for you I remember it. Are we going to get into it? Let's get into it April is GonNa. Take the lead. She took the notes this time. Yeah, my notes are wild so. Am I supposed to read my notes, or just like you gotta go over it and use your notes as a guideline all right, so the opening sequences like them as like little like bobble head. Shit like little. Animated I remember the song. That's what I really. Showing the quite showing the cast. Not Funny Intro for Dean. CAIN yeah. They go over all the intros. Drank lease Rowan Atkinson. Reckon my richer yeah. Dean Cain. Who I swear! You. Know What No. He's probably passes prime at this point. 'cause lows in Clark's is that the Superman, Lois, and Clark I feel like was like nineteen ninety-four four maybe. So definitely past way past God like ten years later I can't I'm not one hundred percent remembering. Remember better. Visas movies all right. This is helping me. This isn't work, so. Vega. This is a to see Vegas. This long ago. Especially trip now since Vegas has just shut down, but At the Venetian. Yeah, he's offer sure they were at Cedars. Caesar's the start off with and like more most movies Caesar's. Caesar's will let you do a lot. More usually Venetian must have been. We were trying to discover. Finish new at this point what I didn't do the research. Nine while Lewis and Clark grant from ninety three to ninety seven. You're a real determined No one cared who? mean. Wait. Can you actually figure out right now? Jeeze K.. So they start off with the law? Okay, so here's what here's. Why not really going. No taking I didn't write on anyone's names. So the kid that I'm going to refer to his, who was two years old? Open up in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, nine two. Still Brand, New Year's a hat hotel at this point. Architect is Kling Stubbins. I'm with talking. Okay so that the Venetian and the lawyer dude? I don't I didn't write down any characters names I live play by Brechin Meyer I just referred to him as lawyer Kid. His name is Nick. Nick is trying to check out of the hotel and the lady is telling him to. He purchased Afro Horse. But then like goes into description of Afro, Horse Sir big, clap and acid. And he's like I was out of Bachelor Party all night. And she's like. How many times did you watch? You Watch grinch for ten minutes and then went back to horse. He's like no I didn't. Watch it was that Jim Carey grinch now. That came out after two thousand one. So wait a minute. He rented the cartoon Grinch for ten minutes I. Don't think he rented any weight. So do you believe that he actually watch these I? Don't know I because to me. It makes sense one. His Bachelor Party friends went into his hotel room over and over again. Yes, and then that I was like I'm GonNa put on the ground for ten minutes yet. Yup. I just want to hear your mean one. Answer. You never figure out that. Does he get charged? Assuming, he did. You fight that stuff hard enough they'll. They'll just take it off. Especially now, Vegas. So, then it so that cuts. Right. And it goes to Cuba. gooding junior, who's at the Bar And I put mistakes the bartender for women what she is! Like Oh, I'm sorry, sir. He's like no I'm amiss. He's like oh I thought you were woman. She's like I. So. He's at the bar drinking. and. There's a guy sitting directly next to him directly fucking, and there's no games at the bar. Longcrete is a fuck away from me six feet. Well, that's now. I've I've always had that mantra so on the screen at the bar. There's like a football game playing and it's showing a coin toss. And it shows the referee who has Cuba who made a really bad call and everybody's talking really mad shit. Because somebody was like saying like you really familiar. Yeah, they're like who he is. One of those faces I get that a lot and then a big picture of him on the news with. DOVERS Worry now we're just getting introduced to all the characters. Seth Grew Seth Green. And you find out. It's his brother are trying to scam the casino. You? Don't know Vincent. nope. I actually wrote and other dude because I didn't realize it was his brother until after. So. I noticed that green now. They're putting like a shot glass on the ground to try to trip and fall. You can call them the cody's. Cody brothers. We'll call them the cody's. So are brothers, and the brother has tongue piercing and he's talking like. ooh! He's talking like he is hard of hearing is how he's actually talking, but he pierced his tongue in disgusting. Oh, yeah, it's all black and gross and. WHAT GROSS! Yeah, so then? They put shot down I, didn't do they're trying to fall on the stairs I thought they were just trying to like fall slipping. But then old lady walks by slips and falls on the glass rolls down the entire. Gloria allred just pops out and it's like what happened. We're going to take them for all they're worth. Is this Woman Gloria? allred is hot. She's always odd to me now I mean like. I think she's always been. Famous? Yeah, like a famous lawyer. She, you know what that was. That was really funny to me. Seventies and nineties two thousand twenty turns, and she's still now yeah! That's wild. Okay so that's how we get introduced to the brothers. Then, we're next introduced to. Whoopie. WHO's GonNa? Meet her Dunkelberg Whoopi Goldberg. And, she's like telling these two cocktail waitresses. Crying. She's obviously about to meet her daughter for first time. I movie we watched together. What do you mean I've seen other Whoopi movies. The Fuck, I. Mean together and also for the podcast. Start will be Goldberg podcast I will watch distract every fucking Daniela. To Learn Hill I'll. That's my favorite one. Oh, what is what's the song? Was a lovely day, but that's not. When Jesus is. That song. Why would you? Singing it and ruining my. One and I would have to say that like one of my favorite movies. Even the Lauren Hill hates white people Lawrenceville. AIDS people. In general, she said I'm well I. Mean I read something that. She said that she really hates white people so. Don't go to concerts, because guess who's going to be in the crowd. What about Wycliffe you bulbs White People Right I? Think He. He's pretty cool. Lord Hills just diva. She's a diva. But Lauren Hills in this movie Whoopi, Goldberg. LAUREN HELP! I wrote whoopee you to meet her daughter or lover. I couldn't remember. Because, she's a rose. which I thought was really weird. Case? There's a bunch of people because this wasn't in the age of like Hey. I'm going to text you or you have a picture of them. This was like. Okay I'll meet you at the Venetian Barn I'll have a rose. So you know it's me. That's fucking weird. I never done that. Have you done that. No okay. So. She's going to beat her daughter daughter for sure daughter. I'm pretty. I stand out in a crowd, but then like once you started being like I had to give her away. La like okay, it's heard about. Also her lover, so her daughter walks up and she seems like Super Nice but then she takes like a phone call, which is obviously like her work and she just like. Turns from really nice to like really bitchy really fast. To was. Played by Lenny, Chapman who quit acting ten years. and was literally like nothing. You say her name I guarantee Lemme Lamy. I would have to say that's not how you pronounce her name. I would say like Lanai Orlan A. But I wouldn't say Lenny. I mean her name is spelled L. A. N. E.. Y., and you said Lenny. How was your guess? What I say. That's not that's not it though. Do Fuck me. What do you mean, Google fuck chair replaced with an E. C, Alumni. Is a back porch. But that's not the chick's name. I guarantee you. Her name is not pronounced. Lenny Alright Laney. She was in the show called space above and beyond. Two episodes of Seinfeld. Rat Race. Episodes the judging. Amy Literally like nothing else. Okay! Funny in this movie. So we'll paint her daughter. Meet for the first time, okay? Cocktail wages are crying. and. Yeah and you can tell you until like Whoopi. That's what I was trying to tell. You like is like my aunt like various centric very shoes. My Psychic told me to meet you because she said you were lonely inside and this and that. And she's like who isn't. So the daughter says. You know who else talks a psychic sometimes. You Yeah me deal was talking to psychics my mother. She would have bought a squirrel until you that okay. She would've bought about a dozen squirrels. So, this movie has a lot of like I completely forgot, but as soon as I saw remembered it. I forgot about Kathy Bates you just. But I. told. I remember okay. What's her name in the office? Dude's name, isn't it? It's like a dude's name Mine I. Remember that right now. Continue continue with. All right so. Oh. Then, obviously, the next people get introduces the family. As I, said the family is what what's her name I love. Jon Lovitz owes Joe Joe Bennett Joe Bennett. Guy Idiot, but joe is also a chick name both names. But John Lewis Ozanich is working. I will number financially recover from us. Okay so the family is next and that's show of it. And they have two kids, son and a daughter. and. The kids just seem fucking wild and Jon Lovitz is just. He wants to go gamble. He's so funny. He's Courtney Griswald Monagas. Yeah, they have that very film so basically. They check into their hotel room and she's like you promised. We see David Copperfield. Before, he was taking his private island. So, and. Oh God seem i. don't Suck. All right so that's how we get introduced to the family. You're so sweet. Friend doesn't want to see strippers, so the lawyer Guy Yeah Brooklyn. Meyer is going to leave in one of the guys from his. The Bachelor Party is like no, you don't have anywhere to go. You just don't want to get in trouble your ticket and it's like. Okay so obviously, he's a lawyer. So. He is a lawyer. Up yes and it's like. Okay Yeah. You're do doesn't first off. It's like two in the. It's not even through checkout time, so that's like eleven. Whatever happens in Vegas slogan, even a thing, though is still family friendly in two thousand one. That's why they were here with her family David Carpenter. And it's like Bro a stripper at eleven o'clock in the morning. No, thank you, and then he's like. Take this. Take this newspaper. All free. There's a of USA Today's right. They're. Free take take it. Steal it. You were you were staying at the hotel? You can have one. They'll give it to you. Okay, so then that's when his friends giving him a hard time. Being like you don't take chances risk. You're boring Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. Cuts to would-be. April's conversations with me every night before bed. All right so now this is. Because everyone is in the same hotel. They're all saying the Venetian. WHOPPI plays the slot machine gets a coin gold coin POPs out and says you one see the desk. Jon Lovitz who told his wife, he was not going to gamble just now those. The best part is I'm GonNa hit the gift shop. has a hugest wad of cash. and. He walks up to a machine. Dollar, then he puts one quarter in the other machine. And then okay, so then gets a gold coin Seth Seth and the brother. What are they doing? Omar, God? They're walking around with one of the boxes for like homeless teams there with coins, and just putting quarters and each slot machine using donation. We would we going to do? So then you get the gold coin. Cuba gets coin. Bragging Myer lawyer Kid. All right so. Then they all get invited to go up to like a like a hat. Yeah, it's not a buffet. It's a presentation for a once in a lifetime chance at the. Gorgeous suite at the Venetia in the sweet looks so shitty like if you walked into us, be like that now you'll be like. Where am I fucking down fucking piece of? Gorgeous was so dated. At One table. Basket! On the table was like. Dude if I walked in and saw this as a fucking high end hotel, I'd be mad. This is when everyone starts. Meeting Whoopie Goldberg, takes pitcher with the referee guy. She's like Oh you. You blew that car. You blew that call. My bought my. hairstylist husband lost eight hundred dollars. She's like I had to take a picture with you, and it's literally like the instant disposable camera which is wild. You love my know right here. peewee Herman Enters Jesus Christ. I? Couldn't believe what you said. Okay Rohan Atkinson walks in. and. He's playing somebody from Ilie to be fair in April does. Does he always play Weirdos as well? No. Just like. The one kind of eccentric character, and then you said he's peewee Herman, isn't he? Okay Mr Bean is most being bullet Mr Bean is the queen. Whatever beloved characters of all time same difference to me. They're both Weirdos. Just One was the Children Show Mr Bean? Mr Bean wasn't his. No he had short one that was like perverted in the movie theater. Excuse me perverted it in a pornographic movie theater. What are you supposed to do? Which one was a peewee? What are you supposed to do in a pornographic movie theater never? Been Jack. Have, you been to them also. Where do you think I was I wasn't work? Yeah. What's essential the adult accords? Are they open? I need to know no. We are located right next to deja-vu in. It is collosal. You're disappointed I really. Should a tear all right Mr Bean enters. He's like I got the goal of clean. He's like so weird. Okay so I put rich old white man enters. So, what's his name John Cleese? One of the most famous comedians of all time was in Monty Python. Old Rich White Man oh boy. I told you my answer are. You Harry Potter. He's one of the ghosts. Oh, he's a nearly had. Yes, yes. So. He was so nearly headless. Nick is actually supposed to be a bigger part of the series, and they did not do that like he was only in like I think maybe the first two. Bullshit, and that was it. He's like a huge role in the books like huge huge person. anyways that old rich white man walks in. And he tells like telling an insane story. About the world ending remember. Yes, he's like I. Have a Bunka. Little bit the six of us, and we'll have to repopulate and Whoopi Goldberg on her daughter are the only two women yeah? And He just stares at them and then start laughing like he's GonNa die. And then he said I'm gonna cut to the chase big fake teeth. He has big fake teeth. Walks in while he's giving like he's about to start the presentation. Yeah and Nick Walks. He's like. Oh, and how does he already know who they are? He like says his name is obviously like one of the richest guys in the bucket world. Clearly he like is the owner of Venetian right. That's what he's saying. He said he owns a Venetian. because. He was saying like this is the kind of gambling. You'll get my casino so I. Don't know if he's just running casino at the top of the Venetian. Okay, so maybe he's taking baby tigers up there to have tiger parties. Maybe and so there's a waiver handed out all the people. By his lawyer who is played by Dave Thomas another. Insanely famous comedian, then there's like a like a glass that shows like a room full of men. This is this is the second movie we've watched in two weeks with a two way. Mirror has a two way mirror, and it's men betting on them. Already making nervous. It's obviously a Bundler, its rich dudes, yes, he saw him to go to New Mexico and if they get there, there's going to be two million dollars in a locker and whoever goes and gets her, first wins. Says go, he's go and they're like. What do you mean just? Yeah, which? I can't just like Yep. Go like I would be like the rules. What are the rules? There was only one rule. Are you ready? Here it is. No rolt! Go. Go so now when you say go, the rules are what are the rules said there's one rule. Are Not. Go! The best part of this is so when nick walks and. BRECCA MAR! He just stands Kinda like back by the door. Closes like. Actually the only one who's winning is nick right now because he is closest to the door because they're like. What do you mean like what's happening in these like? There's such a great line when John cleese's silver city nick like says something about the town, five hundred and sixty three miles from little town called silver city new, Mexico Goldrush. Quite right now guess they struck gold there in eighteen sixty. If it's the second largest, go Russian American history very good nick, I think. And Road Exits and characters like very good I want him to be our captain. And he said he's like I want to captain and they're just like. Kevin Away I. Think Jon Levitz even is what? About. So. They all they all go into the hall and Mr. Bean is like doing a weird pacing back and forth like race. Moore. He's warming up for the race and everyone is just like no, this is ridiculous. This guy's crazy. nozoe, so you're not going to do it and they're like. Oh well. You signed that disclosure. You can't tell anyone and they're like. Yeah, this is dumb. Whatever whatever? Maybe, it's. Publicity Stun. Public Publicity. Would like what? Man So. So then WHO's the first to go down as Cuba? No Jon Lovitz. He's like Oh. My Room. Oh! Okay. Yes, eleven is like I'm just GONNA. Use the stairs. My fly rooms to here. Okay leaves in Cuba like I'm GonNa. Use the stairs as well and then what song starts playing if you don't put it right here. Who? God. That's right. fucking just like. Complete then got it on my mind. Everyone goes to the stairs and everyone starts except except for the lawyer. Holding the door for a rally. So. Ago So then it flashes back to the old the all the rich people and they're like it's the gambling experience of a lifetime because you're gonNA see. Like real people so now you can see that everyone is like each one has a key to the locker. Yes, with the tracking Malays in it. So Then it goes Jon Lovitz who cannot convince his family? He's trying to convince his family. He got a job. Selling Inc.. We have to go right now. Well. He wanted to leave without them. He was going to go. He's like I have to go right now. A job offer of a lifetime. You guys just stay here like he's trying to take them and they're like. No, this is a family vacation. You think Jon Lovitz would have taken the money and just continue to drive. With how this family just? No I think. He went back to his family eventually. Hundred. Gambled all the two million on shit. That wouldn't have mattered. His family so now he has to go with them. Everyone is racing to get to the airport. Because that's clearly the fastest way. To New Mexico. Except again broken. Meyer, who's at the Bar? To Go home today. At the airport to go back home to Chicago. He throws away in the trash up and then there's a chick at the airport who's? Smart Elizabeth? Smart her name is Amy Smart. Famous. Nineties movie She's still. She's still on a bunch of Shit. She really Oh yeah. I remember her from Butterfly Effect and. What's that other one look at what? Will Whoa. Dan Reynolds the one where he's fat. The one where he's Fat Ryan. Yes. What Scott. uh-huh okay road trip. Yeah dragged a by. Todd Phillips. Getting crazy on Tom Phillips okay. She's a movie called a vendor's of justice farce wars. The brawler! Yes. She was in the new breakpoint. Don't care okay all right, so she's at the airport like wherever they're out of cafe and there. She's like reading a book and he's like I'm reading that book to hit on her. All right. So now it gets to everyone trying to buy tickets. Smarter than an episode of Law and order. SVU! Episode Gone Fishing. Sounds sounds like a good episode? You had a winner of an MTV movie award for Best Kiss and Starsky and Hutch. This is when who gets tickets. It's Cuba to get cigarettes Jon Levitz Jon. Lovitz and that's it because then seth and his brother next because the whoopie has a private jet. Her daughter has like a shit ton of money. Sure ends a cosmetics company. Yes, so they're on a private plane. Other people get tickets, but then it gets seth and his brother and they're like we're sold out sold out of tickets to New Mexico and don't. They like hop line and punch somebody. They'd cut in line and the guys like I was next, and then he said South Green Goes He. Did you see that over there and then? or He's like what time is it and she turns around to look fuck and his brother like Knox. Old Guy Out. And then she turned back around and it's like okay. WHO's next number? One is like Oh, they are. If this happened before now you'd be like detained okay? Detained. He'd be arrested. And arrested. Okay, so since seth and his brother cannot get a flight out. They are gonNA seven. Getting Outta here. They try to break the radar. Yeah there's. If? You've ever been a vegas at driven past the airport. Oh my God remember when they're like. Where's the airport? It's literally right behind them. And like clearly you can hear planes landing, and they're just like. Where is it? They're so dumb. so they're trying to break the radars that nobody can leave their. Hooking up one of their a hitch to the radar from their truck. which could that even do this? Good that even break on now. But that Yeah Oh. Yeah, maybe not now you would not get. This quickly. So. We did this movie come out two hundred one yet, but one month. August Two. Very close to. Nine eleven a full month before because I was like Whoa, what's this now we talk. Super. Men. Can you imagine like because like you can see how lax the airport is and everything really changed after nine eleven for the airport especially so. Yeah no wonder they're able to punch someone in the face at the airport. So they sixteen, they break the radar like going through a whole nonsense of Shit like they are like crying and I. Don't care about the di-. Brought to kill each other. Really the movie came out in the UK January eleventh. Two Thousand and two. Things had changed. Okay! So now everyone has to drive because i. I I didn't remember. I didn't will impede the airport. So Cuba while going to the airport gets in a cab with Paul Rodriguez. World famous comedian and the and the guy doesn't recognize. Can Shit. Turn grant because of that REF cocoon. His job and Cuba's like Oh yeah that sucks by tips two hundred bucks. In the Paul Oh thanks, and then guy another Cabbie. WHO THAT WAS! That was the refugees. Right here and let him go. So now. Everyone has to drive. I forgot completely about the whole airport Shit I just knew that everyone drove because I was like what this doesn't make I. Know everyone drive. So everyone has to leave the airport and go get like rental cars and all this shit, so then Oh so this the the whoopie and the daughter are trying to get rent a car and the trainy. Do you know who the trainee is now? What is most famous from? Pretty fly for a white. Guy Music Video. He is the White Guy. He went for thirteen, but he got thirty one. Thirty one. so. You can tell like Whoopi is just such a like. She's like what color. How much show and the dodgers just like? I don't even care, give me the car. That's closest to the door I need four wheels. And then Then! Now was. Self Green and his brother go to like a super cheap. Like. Auto rental place. Yes and That's green has allied the cody brothers have a license from. scammers oh. Yeah, so they get a car. They get a convertible. Okay, and then it seems like John. Limits already had a van. Had to read. A red. Arrow Star van Yeah. We had a very similar vandross. So. Why did I oh, I wrote lawyer. Kid is getting attempted now. So he's all the flights are canceled, so he goes back and starts talking to her again, flirting with her and he's like. Can I get to that drink now? She's like no I still fly. It. He's like no other flights canceled. She's like no I play. Helicopter will use different systems. I'm going to Roswell. Yeah, which is right where the aliens live on its Ray where he needs to go, if he did New Mexico decided to join in so then he just like he's like shorts, kind of freaking out, and I'm like starts processing it like. Over going into Mexico go to Mexico. You can fly, and no one else can fly, but you can find. She's like yeah. Okay, if I can. Do you need a ride? Frankie in the trash is over the bar. Yeah, but you know what now that you find out later on that? She psycho like that. Probably, all did not shock her. You don't even because I feel like. If it was me I'd be like this guy seems like a fucking Weirdo. Dug through the trash. But instead she's just like. Come on I'll give you a ride my helicopter so well. He obviously lies because he says he has a sister that has a shark bite, but one why why would be like? Why are you digging through the trash? She, didn't he didn't right in front of her phone anyway, so he's now going to fly out in the helicopter with a check. I put betting on chocolates rich people. Dave Thomas. FUCKING CHOCOLATE! He's like coconut. Oh. Cuba in in probably the least. The thing that you really have to suspend your disbelief for this movie. Walk outside and gets back in the same cab. It's powdery is again. I just remember Paul Rodriguez at a bit. About growing up in New, York and the roaches were so big. You could tie them to your feet like roller skates. Cockroaches God but what about cockroaches? Oh big you could use them as escaping gives me my worst nightmare, so. Go East. Go East Lake. Really far though you sure you wanNA drive me and he's like Oh. Yes, he's like a psychopath. Australia lost ten grand straight about to murder the sky. I mean. Say. Almost starting to learn that the rich people are just betting on anything. Because what is it his like serve? What's that guy's name? What's his is his like? Waiter Maid Servant, who is he? Was Assistant Dave, Thomas? Yes, Assistant! He's eating the chocolate. Coconut. Coconut, then like some guy wins money. Type Shit. Man Cannot. So obviously flashbacks to the family, because it's I, wrote Volkswagen. Beetle was used by the Nazis. So. The families in there, any and they're driving. Aja Woods is like yeah, weaving in Traffic, and they pass a volkswagon bug, and the kid wants the kids like Oh, I want one of those gentlemen. They were used by the Nazis. And, then the kid is saying this is the most I told you. This is the scene that I remember vividly the most out of everything in this movie. The kids says she needs to go to the bathroom. John Lewis says just grab a jar and in the month like. A girl. He's like get a jar. She's like no dad. I have to go number two. What does he make her do? What did she say oh? Yeah, the thing. I remember the exact now. She's like I can't hold it should. He's like. Dat I have to go. Don't. Do I really. Do we just stopped I couldn't go the bathroom two groups. Catch hold it in. I can't deny. There's a restaurant. No, that's three miles off the road and that three miles back. We lose ten minutes so what you're. I Jason Jason. Just look back there for an empty jar. Jar Girls Don't pee in jars. Oh all right, sorry. Jason, WE'RE GONNA. Need a jar and a funnel. Idea, P number two. Sorry can't stop. Mary Dog. What the Hell does that mean? You know like when a product six said in and out of the ground. I do not want to share that. Nobody look I'm GONNA. Turn on the radio honey. Open. You can hear you honey. Push away. And she's like I'm prairie dogging it in the the? Husband and wife John Levinson's wife, or like what does that mean that sounds like a prairie comes in and out of the hole, and they're like Oh, yeah, oh, I remember that. So vividly makes her put her ass out the window and shit and he's just like hey. In the next the pulled over the GOBS and GOBS. Wiping his window in John, Lewis is like. How fast. Trying to flirt, thanks is making is. Like? What drama Oh my God, so I wrote taxi drivers and Saints Obviously went to him driving wherever yeah he's. Taking a shortcut. And then He. Just the middle of the desert. Drops Cuba now. Take the pants off later. That's later. I wrote that later. You're jumping ahead. Okay, lawyer told the chicken. His sister has a shark bite. In. Silver Springs new. Mexico has the Best Shark Bite Ward she's. Okay, nothing, make sense Kay. levitz is pulled over for trying to flirt with the COP Cuba's left in the desert. Whom I got! This obviously jumps back and forth so much. So. Okay Yeah so cath now now Kathy Bates POPs up. So yeah, everyone's getting lost senior is going off on like really wild adventures, so we'll be Goldberg on her daughter are loss looking for directions? And they stopped by. Someone selling something by the side of the street and it's Kathy Bates. I forgot he's not. He's WHO's not even credited in the movie. And she's selling squirrels for two dollars yes. For like nothing I would have fallen. I was just GONNA guess suspicious. CRAZY 'CAUSE I! If I buy a squirrel, can I have directions, the love of God I have two dollars. Will you take a dollar in in some? fucking for Squirrel is like a steal I feel like a squirrel is probably like hundred bucks now I would just. Where are you buying your squirrels man? How much do you think of squirrels your wormed? Guy, Squirrel Costra now. There are wild animals and I. Don't think you can legally buy own. Squirrel. Get Out of here. This is dumb. Those are like wild life. Squirrels go flying squirrels well, whatever so Kathy Bates is on the side of the road selling fucking squirrels, and she's obviously a big Weirdo four hundred dollars. I said one hundred. Four hundred. Four. Why would I ever recommend that? It was four hundred dollars. That's what I was like man you fucking. Squirrels are expensive. Expensive a show. Dogs Sprout Star Wars was like six fifty. Is it too late to return? Return you? Okay, so. She tells them about a shortcut, because okay, so what kind of into the Squirrel thing? And Kathy Bates is being so nice. I wasn't talking to you because the doctors being a bitch. And we'll be like Oh. My God, and she's just like. So anyways, the like no, we don't WANNA score. Just want to know how to get back to the highway. She's like Oh. Okay, we'll give you a shortcut, but I have a shortcut for you. We'll be Goldberg, writes it down with Pencil and paper so crazy. I wrote Jon Lovitz is a horrible dad. Oh because they're like asking to go to the Barbie Museum, yeah, they dry sinuses Barbie Museum Daddy. Please please leave. And the kid he's like your brother doesn't want to go. Then he's like did I will do anything to get out of the car? Take me to the Barbie. What! That's so they pull over to the Borough Museum Okay Yeah Yeah So. Okay. They do to the Barbie Museum which is, it's Klaus Barbie which is a second Nazi Museum. Hours Close Barbie. WHO's a Nazi there so terrified like the looks on their faces like they're surrounded also by Nazis. Clearly Jewish. Looks Oh Jewish. That? I'm surprised they let him in there. You know listen. It's all about education. They are standing so scary. So. It's just like Shakey's yes to anything there's. Throws the shock while they're in the museum. The cody brother drive by and see the van and pull like a bunch of shit out of it. They've sabotage them so and they have a paper map. I wrote paper maps, and still a thing and. So. Jon Lovitz they. Take what God. The car's broken. They Steal Hitler's car. Driving Hitler's car, which just seems like something I would never ever do the driving the car. In the Sun Vines Hitler's her Monica. Don't. Put that down. Oh touch that Sunday driving. Do, you not care no twenty. You're driving his car. He's like yeah, but not sucking on the Dash Port. Come not looking. Steering. Wheel or Daughter finds like a glass of Lebron's glasses. The wife finds her lipstick. He gets it on his finger and wipes it on the steering wheel. Relevant. What's your next note? I'm sorry. Amy Smart Loses her mind on her boyfriend. So either flying. Keys pitstop to see my boyfriend. He's in the. He's in an above ground pool in Arizona. With a girl with a girl and she's like. That's his ex girlfriend's car. And then you see me lose it. Completely crazy. Loses her mind. Some nights model work. Model helicopter in this. Stupid. Clearly so. I. They are just destroying his house. They destroyed the pool she's. She's like buzzing the fucking pool. She's dropping wrenches. Fire extinguishers paint cans of paint. And she's like hell. The openness you have to incur allocate for like every pound in a helicopter and this sounds like a bunch of bullshit. I'm. You know we're saying it doesn't make sense. But she was saying that they had to fly all the helicopters down, repaint them. Oh Hey you know what? That's. Accuracy rate there, so she loses her mind, and her boyfriend is literally following him on the street with. Her! and. That's when they. The helicopter crashes the car crashes. They land the helicopter now because it has like malfunctions, okay? The safe landing. They steal the truck. Poor Dean came. And they kiss the. The lawyer and the chick guess so. So. All right Cuba makes it to a station. going. Cuba walks through the desert, stranded in the desert, wherever the fuck house, and finds like a like a rush, stop, yeah. He's so thirsty. He's drinking the water like. He's talking and then. He over hears two chicks. Talking about the driver was the bus. Is He's taken too long. Then, Cuba goes into the bathroom the bus driver. And he's like my wife's having a baby. Jacket. Amniotic SAC, and he's just saying the most ridiculous shit. The best was the hat. For the vagina her. China. In the original bus drivers who? He gets the whole bus drivers often. Somehow and leaves. Go Yeah with the bus driver still in the bathroom. Waiting for his clothes, that bus driver probably passed out from all the vagina. Talk well okay, so then he gets into the bus and the buses filled. With Lucy's from I, Love Lucy. I've never watched that show. You've never seen an episode of I seemed not my style. What! What's the disdain? She was just one of the greatest female comedians of all time. If that Boston was. The significance of how annoying she won't be I'm pretty sure. I was not okay with watching it. All Right Oh my God. How did I not right in my notes that Mr Bean fell asleep. Falsely began me so as the all ever ruined runs down the stairs they. Like all on top of each other Mr, bean runs past them is like a race race. So! It's like a race. Face he's. I hope I mean. He's running through the lobby and you just stop things. The two people that on him are like no I. Bet on him he. narcolepsy like Oh narcolepsy. fucking Monty Python Python narcolepsy. You'd never know what this. Air Past, so clearly all of that other Shit has happened and Mr Bean is still echo hotel sleeping in the lobby, standing up. Surrounded by children. Yes, so I put he finally wakes up. His. Race and he like runs outside and gets hit by a van, trying to stop a cab in the middle like of the hotel like you're supposed to in the street. Dude I think in two thousand one. You could still stop him in the street. which you cannot do it on anymore. So he gets hit by Van and Gloria allred POPs out again. I saw it I saw. How Shit Gloria. WHO said that. Way Night Wayne night, so Wayne night now makes his entrance Newman Newman and He is like. Are you okay, and he just springs right up and he's like. I'm okay. I'm okay and he's trying to get a taxing. He's like no, no, no, I'll take. You. I'll take you because he's trying to get. Him Away from Gloria allred as possible. And he's like I need to go to silver city. It's like Oh pervert. I gotta go to El Paso, so we're gonNA drive really fast when he's. He's so happy. Okay so now. Seth and the brother go to key shop yet because they have the bright idea of the brother ceiling car, and then they'll. Operating is separate because they'll get there faster if they're separated. Like maybe one will beat the other so. They're talking about it. Talking about the two million dollars the locker the locker number everything involved with it how it's like okay, it's just like someone would kill us to get this key. Because there's two million dollars in a locker in the key warehouse guy is literally like. fucking idiot. So what happens of course? They still the case. The key maker takes it so now. They have to chase after him. All right and then. We'll be in the daughter are driving through the shortcut. which is clearly not a fucking short? No, go you go over a hill, and then it straight down. The Bates is straight up murdering people in their signs. You should have bought a squirrel. They're about to die. The crash guards and skeleton POPs out. Bag nuts debates destroyed up murdering people. So then we get back to the RV boss with Lucy's because. Cuba must be losing his mind at this point because he's. They're all like around him and like being very annoying talking, and then he says the put the cigarette out one of those smoking, so she flips it out the window, and it blows through another window into another Lucy's hair did which is totally happened, so that's a real thing i. flicked a cigarette out the window when I smoke. But our hope, people aren't listening this. Cigarettes my dad knows. I would flick I remember. One time is lifted out anyone straight into my backseat. Like Oh, my God, it's going to burn my whole car on fire. So then when it burned her wig, 'cause they're all wearing wigs. And are losing their mind. He's like I'm not stopping the car. Just put in the toilet and the. Put the fire out the shoveling coat toilet, which is only April anytime I've been on a bus like that. The toilet always goes out of service because toilets are the worst. So, they've flush it down the. Toilet overflowing, and then there's a bottle of shampoo there for some reason that dumps in and just filling with bubbles while the I love Lucy plays. Jan and Man Dude Cuba's just like I am two million. Dollars two million. He's just reminding himself. Lawyer guys convincing to go with him now? So that's obviously cutback. He's now telling her the exact plot of everything that's happening. He's like just come with me. That's. Two million dollars. Now the kids playing Hitler's Harmonica. So all that must have happened. The kid plays the Martin Monica. Overrun yes, and then. Dashboard. And that seems. Like! It's a job. Where we get this over city. Jason. Where'd you get that? I give it to me right now. Come on, you can't play that. because. It's Hitler's Harmonica. You can't play Hitler's Monica. You tried to cop. Yes, but I'm not touching it with my mouth, and not sucking on the dashboard not is germs. Hey. Where'd you get? This. All Yeah, which I. Know, I did write it. It just keeps it goes like in and out in and out. To caper. Okay so Mr. Mr Bean is singing. Its, he's thirty P. C. T. in the. Chain of fool. It's not the right song the song of the real change change. The SP? Nothing Wayne is like. Five. Shuts off the radio. We're we're Holland S we're GONNA make it. Don't worry. He has Mr. Bean's like. Do you know what I have back there. He's like you just told me. S We're hauling ass. Really good I really liked that. WE'RE HAULING ASS? Like as accent, then Wade, no. Human Heart. says. He has a human apartments, really weird. Click and he really wants to see. He really wants Mr. Bean Like so did a bag as we take it out of the bag and on the ice. He said it needs fresh air missiles. Heart needs air. Transporting human body part. The most thing definitely doesn't need as air. So. The heart out. In a junk truck is in front of the ambulance and something falls out. It's a way night. Slams the brakes fucking heart just goes. On to the ground, and then they're panicking. Pick it up. and. It's just nasty and the yeah, the heartfelt. Okay so then it goes to. All the lawyer chicken that the lawyer and check our siphoning gas from COP. Of all people. And, then they have to act like he's peeing Brechin. Myers, peeing which I feel like. I can literally see you siphoning gas for me, but but not only that but. Is pissing better. Right it's a decent exposure public. Okay so. Then, all of a sudden the brothers are speeding. Cody brothers are still chasing the guy in the hot air balloon O- He. Stole hot air ballooning. was in, there was an air balloon yet. Okay, he's on the. He's in the truck. The COP goes after them. Yes, earning smart drive away. KIAI? Goes down the road, and that ends up in a like air balloon festival. Yeah, which is really popular I. Think Actually in New Mexico, isn't it but not in the middle of the day? In the middle go first thing in the morning So, they the the guy that stole the heart. The hardware store guide steals a hot air balloon. Seth Green is. Chase, they're driving. After the brothers on the hood screen grabs the rope or some cows, except greetings running in this is one of the things I remember trailers or South Korean is running into every single cow. Just, break your fucking ribs. And then a cow get stuck in there with them. squirt milk at each other. The yeah, they're fighting each other while they hold the cow. Seth Green and I call. It happened because I saw those nipples. said they're going to squirt milk in each other. Yeah so green gets the key back jumps into a lake. The goes into the lake. I mean artisan going the League car. Iraq sends you other brother in the lake, and they both look lake monsters. On the lips, yeah, kiss on the mouth. which I thought was wild. All right. Those back to Lucy's which I thought was wild. They go back to the Lucy's and remember when. So there's three main Luc's essentially and as soon as Cuba's. That's manly looking. Lucy and I was like that's. Yeah so then dude flash forward to now, and she's like I really need to use the restroom. He's just go issues the back in. She's like there's no door. latches broke. Somebody might see me. He's like who cares. And then it goes straight from grow till like I care. He's like he's like you don't have anything. These lucy's I haven't seen before. He's like. Are you sure about that? This is the fucking cow. The cow on the hot air balloon hits the fucking so now there are ways are all colliding. So the bus crashes. Lucy's all crying. I put their very annoying. The bus like literally just like topples over will, so he gets out and he's GonNa swap going to change a tire in Lucy Madcap fashion three. Lucy's are getting the tire out goes down the fucking. Street In. Cuba is just and the bus over Cuba's just like crying. Now flashes back to the heart. which I wrote his. Picks it up off the ground. GonNa put it in the bag. He's like what we know. What is that on there? He's like a nickel. He's just making Joe goes out. The fucking windows out the win now. And then a dog. A stray dog comes and has the heart. And then he's playing, fetch with the heart, and so the goal he brings the heart. Little doggy throws the fucking art. So the yeah, they go chasing after and then they get the heart back because the dog gets electrocuted cute, they're chasing the dog and we'll electric fence. And then. Wayne is just like Oh my God. This isn't gonNA work. This heart is destroyed a drifter. He's like all right. We need to find a drifter that no one cares about nobody knows has no family will murder him? Basically Wayne is a psycho. There's a line like good during the nickel partha where he's like our. No, it's when they're looking for the heart on Grassi's like I've lost my heart before. Night. He's like look Hannah Music. I make a joke. Because who make you forget how screwed you are! Okay so then they're gonNA. Kill drifter, Wayne Wayne is like let's kill a drifter, but then he started asking Mr Bean. Like. Family. Here with Mr Bean is alone. Just me just me, my dad, my Papa Diet. Mama. No like he has no family. No nothing and Wayne is now obviously going to kill him. and Mr, Wien realizes this. Thank God and he jumps onto a moving train. Bullet The middle of New Mexico. And Wayne is soda defeated He's like Oh hand on the electric fencing zapped, but then like the is like. Swain's like. Perfect in like it goes off to deliver the heart. To. That guy got that heart. No, that heart is utterly useless. If he got that hard, that guy died. Okay. Now, flashes back to the family in the Nazi car. Because the bikers are there any burns's hedinger burns finger on Hitler's lighter, and he's flipping off the Middle Finger of course. and. He's like pointing it out. And then the waves like no, he just burned his finger in flipping hurt. Yeah, and then so it's a female biker and he's. I like your dyke. I mean Bouake and she like whistles and all these biker show up. Beating the shit out of Hitler's fucking. Respect like it's GonNa. Make it any better, so then they crash into. A World War Two fetterlein's like solution celebration. He the Mitre, the burner thing went into his mouth and burned his mouth. So when he and then he, he hit his face on the steering wheel, which had the lipstick so now he has like a Hitler mustache. Talk cannot talk. He rolls up with Hitler's par and IT'S A. World War Two celebrating burned his middle finger, so he's up there like basically just talking like Hitler. Swimming is phys because he's like flipping off. And so inappropriate. All my God. And it just and then Robert Deniro shot at them. Yeah I thought it was Robert Deniro I really WanNa look up with that was. It's an old old man. You're thinking Robert Deniro now. This was in two thousand one okay. Now we're flashing back to the. To the assistant. Harry Terry. Terry hires. A prostitute could so confused on this part. And he's like he's like I want to get naked and that I want to get in a hot. Tub Philip Dismal I want to trim your toenails, and have you shave my buttocks? And he says how much for it all right? That's a lot three grant, which by the way. We've found on the past couple of weeks. You could hire someone to murder. Someone else grand. And get a job as Mwale, hot TUB also. And then that's when all the rich people out of the three who said. So they bet on it. Also I feel like that's Kinda cheap? She's two thousand and one now. Now was also in Penthouse. Well so she's like. Three gradually get him to your room. PEPCO BISBAL HOT TUB. Donate clipping shape but. Oh Shit, while we jumped ahead because I just wrote dot electrocuted, and they wanNA murder somebody, so we already said that. The truck is fucked. Oh. There's a crack in the radiator and sheep. Obviously, he's like mechanics. She's like just use them Sandon some sealant or That'll yeah. That'll seal it just enough to get us. We only got like thirty more miles ago and the guys like. We got no saying like. We're in the fucking desert. So. They're annoyed because they just need to get a little further. Whoopie and her daughter have been walking around in the desert and they look. Just like exhausted the ashy. Wow. That's. Okay. So they finally walked, and they walk upon like a lightning speed, car, demonstration or like. They're trying to break the record. A land speed. Record Breaking Car Yeah, there's a whole ceremony and the drinking water in what's going on. That's when the guy tells them to rocket car, and they're like Oh. My God old house in my rocket car. Right in this rocket car. fucking ridiculous so. and. This is obviously going back and forth because. the lawyer and the chick say to that guy that he's very unchristian. And he's like Christian. Oh God better. Give me a sign, right Abloh Blah. We'll doesn't know so. It goes to them. They get in the car they in the car and they ride in the car, and like the guy who the pilot of the cars asking like answering questions, and they can't figure out how to start it and Whoopi Goldberg. How do you start it? And he's like well. There's a green lever here in your. fucking goes, and they're beating like all this shit faster than the speed of light. Light speed of sound the cracking the sound barrier whatever. Like that's when Brechin Myers in smarter talking to the mechanic, and he's like if I'm Unchristian than God. Give me a sign. Tell me to stop doing my business while because he pulled a gun out on them. Because he wanted three hundred dollars for. There like what it's twenty. Here's forty fuck off. Yeah, that's when he whips out the gun. And so as he's saying this, the fucking rocket car breaks briggs his spot, sound barrier in the building and sends a sonic boom fucking claps of building. The guy shoots his gun. And then you go to Buki and her daughter. In the bullets just like right next to him, and they both look. They're like. Oh look that they're just like. Wild. Building classes and then whooping her daughter get out of the lightning car and they're like fucking like. They're all discombobulated. Yeah, there's a really weird part to where they rubber faces of them. Just like blue, older older brutal, yeah. So I, didn't like that part. They come out. And there's there's obviously like a like a psychiatric ward. Hanging out. In the middle of the desert, there's no counts. Like a restaurant or At the restaurant because we go to John Levinson, his family eating in that restaurant fatburger. And you see the school bus in the background. Okay so. They end up on the psych ward bus because they're so fucking out of it. No Rocket Car Oh. Yeah, tell me all about it when you get in here, so they can on the psych ward busts. Jon Lovitz. Fun. Where was this bus going? Because it shows up at the end of the movie? They're going on a vacation. To New Mexico. Eleven is talking to his family now telling them everything that's happened. He is like there's no job. There's a price for to two million dollars. And they are like no. We're done with. This is not a family vacation. Look at how miserable we are. We're in Nazi car loads. You're right. He's like you know what. Okay and then he walks away and he's just piscotty. There was like A. Temper tantrum twelve two million dollars. So then he sees the sleep aid. They're sleeping pills. Yes, and he goes. I got chocolate shakes for everybody. Drink your chocolate, J. strength on like you're in a great mood and he's like I'm disappointed, but. Here you go, we'll go see David Copperfield. Drugs them. He tries his family vacation. so. He lose it on all the Lucy's. We will let you get fire and they're just being Lucy's. He's like I'm not even a bus driver. He likes strips naked again. Some of them are excited. Oh No, it's the the dude was is like Oh is excited. He's so he says I'm not even a bus driver that on the bus driver, and they all start chasing him, so he runs off. This is when the deleted scene would have happened with. Diamond Dallas page and Kimberly I had I had a fun fact for Steve that I was saving for today, and he's like this. Delete unseen and he founded. League did you, but you knew there scene deleted? Yes, that's a fact I had for you. There was a deleted scene that didn't make it because they used on test audiences and it didn't do well, but it was time. You know what it was when page cut his hair and I was a little bit later and W. Two, thousand, one, two, thousand three. MAN WANTED TO CW close! I think two thousand three, so we're two years away from WCW. Closing at this point and they were on, they were. Going Downhill. I didn't get reaction, so they cut the scene. So, then it cuts to the brothers who has their driving. and. There's like too hot chicks driving next to them. They're they're like comparing piercings. The one, the brother with a tongue piercing in the passenger. There's other car. His actual nipple pierced. That guy maybe well. He flashes nipple piercing, and then of course she knew that the girl's GonNa Flash her. Babe. But hurt her nickel. Her piercings go from her ears to or knows there's a chain ear nose to yeah. She just like yeah. They're so distracted that they drive off the road. has manner just thought and men. And they drive into like a monster trend are men. Men are men. TITTIES, they can't multitask. Let me fuck until you because I would be able to easily look at a boob and keepdriving. Or a Dick. And I just keep my eyes on the road. At the same time. They drive through a monster racing track thing Monster Raziq they drive through Monster Jim. They try to unlock the car to convert. So somehow the convertible gets into the line. Where like the monster truck is GonNa jump all the cars. Well. Let's say they were just smashing them. Well, so the this one is like the one where the ramp and goes over a bunch of them and then lands, but obviously they had just added a car, so the car is going to get smushed. Yeah, they're trying to get out of the convertible by unlocking the door getting out. So, they don't die. They end up stealing a monster truck instead. Okay, now we get to Mr Bean. WHO's leading a little baby? Play with the key. He's on the train now. The silver city. And he sitting next to a family. WHO's WHO's? A fucking sleep. The both of the parents are asleep in. The baby s little. Listen, we've been there, but at no point were both of GonNa Fall Asleep while our son was sitting next to a stranger from Italy, no, and the baby's like. Let's say maybe a year. Yeah, yeah, yeah, but a little older than a year. And they're both sleeping. and Mr Bean is trying to be funny and cute with the baby, and like bloop bloop bloop bloop, and then he gives them the key. And then he's super happy, and the baby is like and then the baby, and then he like turns to be like. Where's the? Next Stop So. Like I'm here rice. He needs the key and then he ends up looking like a PERV. Because he's trying to find the key. which where's the key just like? The king the King probiotic dropped it next to him or something. Yeah, and then the parents like Oh my God. What are you doing well? Why did you fucking Fall Asleep Dumbo. So he looks like he's being perv So now. Everyone is starting to show up at the same time. They're like right outside, SOBER CITY, yeah! Even, they flash back to the rich people at some point, and they're like look. They're all getting there at the same. Dave Thomas. To the train station, so he could report live Cuba's riding a horse. Yeah, the truck is behind Cuba and that a die. Jon Lovitz in his family. He drugged them, and then the area nation showed up for an journey Hitler's car, so he pushes them all in a semi truck drivers. Are they okay? He's a guess, just go. So they're in a semi. Then, there's the monster truck. And then, and here's the fucking school issues rolls up. Outside silver sitting there like Oh my God. Snap out of their weirdness and then they're like we need to get off and they're like. No, you can't because they're on the site crazy. We're not crazy boot. We took a rich man offered us two million dollars. Chase a squirrel, so then they threatened the like no, we'll be. Gobert chokes woman to get off the bus. We'll be gets crazy and. Then they get off the bus, so everyone's at the same time. WHO SHOWS UP I? Mr Bean Mr Bean gets tossed off the train right at the train station and he's just. He walks in cool. I'm here. I am here and then the guys on the phone. He's shown up. He's here. He's here is Mr Bean? It's Mr Bean and he goes to go to the locker and puts the key in. fucking falls asleep I called. Any falls asleep so bad. So then all of arrive at the door at the same time, and they're like bummed because they see Mr Bean locker, but he's sleeping in like. Hey So then they all put. Out of the way push. Elliptic even I couldn't even tell who actually opened the except green, so they open it. And there's no money in their empty. And then all you see is the go to the outside and the Super Hooker. Hooker steal the bag has the money. He's like I'm sorry, John. cleese I brought with me. I shouldn't have, but I did he's like. She said she liked me, but now I feel like it's just. John cleese is just like the fuck, so all of the rich people. Oh, and they were doing weird bets all the time member had. To pull up. On the bars also. So all the contestants run out. In the hookers just come with me in kisses Dave Thomas and he's like all drive. These are driving away. The fucking hot air balloon shows back up with the cow. The cow lands on Dave Thomas and the hooker. The key guy steals the bag. Attached to the hot air balloon, not thinking and hot air balloon takes off with the money and movie Hot Air Balloon Wins. The. Rich people are flying in the plane, and they have I wish the. It's not the ending the ending so good. We have to get to it. They're betting on their making the plane move. And you're like what the fuck is going on. I knew your. Yeah, so they were betting on who had puke? AIRSICK I. WOULD BE INSTANT? At, me great. So they and their like level the plane out there flying. Direct to see what's happening, because they don't know what's going on now. So do sudden death. All like a boss in the fans Let's steal this bus and amy's merge like what have I created? Still Double Decker. John Lewis. His whole family's there now. What? You can't abandon this family now, K. With the semi truck I bet that would have been a lot happier with truck driver. So then they all end up like. On this stage, the crash another fence through this bag area like onto gift. We've stayed. Balloon is like. High, enough low, enough and you. Get stuck. So then they're all grabbing the money out of the bag and they're fucking a static. And then who comes out? fucking smash at home, God. And they're like. Some party was. So they're like? What are you doing here like what is all? This is all this and they're like from Schmaltz doing his best acting you so bad, but they're like. They're basically saying like we. Were we decided to share this money with each other, and then like you zoom out, it's two million dollars. They zoom out to a shot of. It's like a benefit. Earth concert real concert could be. But they've only raised two thousand dollars so far. No, it was like nine. It was two and because I was like. What a pitiful fucking show that only raise! It was like twenty nine hundred. Oh, Shit so. What happens Steve? So everybody like. Mr Bean's like we decided. We're going to share the money. So here comes Ron Howard's Dad. But which is real Ron, Howard, said and Clint Howard. Oh, I don't know who those are. Ron Howard directed. Clint Howard's brother Bryce Dallas. Bryant priced out this is bryce Dallas Howard GRANDPA. Yes, yes, that's how I was trying to say wow! Shows up with all these kids. INS like you're making these kids lives better, and they're all holding their piles of money still. Like this is arm and they're like. No, no, no, you got the wrong idea like we're not trying to give away our money so then. They decided to donate it. Everybody fucking donate their money. Everyone's going crazy whenever they're throwing money. In the donation thing Seth Green holds out. Like how much is Seth Seth Green worth forty million dollars. Your mind, you're like. Let me see goes out of grey life. Use An idle hands Austin powers awesome. Yeah, you forgot he was an awesome power. And you know what he's like one of my favorite characters. So we're GONNA watch the. Watch the first one because I forget about US Mattia Scott? What! Many. Going to have to watch all. Three fuck. The first one heather Graham is Heather Graham in one into boom boom boom Oh. Heather Graham in the second one. The first one is. The British actress! Well then I remember the second one, the most. The second one is the one with mini-me Heather ran is the one I remember the. Fat Bastard the second one. So. Yeah, that's the one so i. don't even really remember. The first one is good. The first one has will fail in though. It's again we're doing we're doing. It's when he when he hits the thing and will ferrell goes down into the fire is a very badly burned, but I'm still alive. We feel we we. Every other episode we talking about Awesome Power. That's it. We're having a marathon doesn't hold up. That's what really needs to be brought up. Oh Man! Beyond saying is the third one okay all right, so they gave their money so kids, but so the check with the TD piercings in the crowd, because the cody brothers don't want to donate. And she's like Oh. Cool, you're gonNA give you money talk of course. So the one brother throws his money in and sufferings holding out forty million dollar man. Seth Green. And the the one is like. What would mom think and he throws off his money in. And smashed some coats out here for them, and they're all like in smashmouth jackets, all the Richie's all the rich people are there and then like. They're going to match all the donations junkie. He's like what and he's like. And he's. Like no fuck you I. Have you know that's not happening? Two million actually. took. The bird. It's my two million. Flip the bird, okay, and then party with smash mouth, and they play. Ball, how do you? told me. Please fucking all star. It's not okay. This isn't like how the movie ends. They play the whole fucking song and they're partying and then like credit. Crowd Surfing and fucking partying. This movie held the. Only nineteen years old. What does that supposed to be? It's still pretty good. It was pretty funny. You just love Mr Bean, who i John Love. Okay. Way Mariko. Cuba. Okay. The Taller, cody brother okay. In Brechin, Mayer a lawyer. Okay so I'm going to definitely marry. That dared Meyer Yeah Se- seems like the noodles. Well. He seems like the most he stealing fucking van. Rebellious boy so. Choices I would hook up with the brother. And Kill Q. I don't know why I think since he played that role I. Really Find Him unlikeable. And he fucked the game up. You fucked the game up the character Cuba. Literally Cuba. Ministry? Okay, so yeah, that would be i. have so many F. Mary kills. You can do another round. Do One more round. John Lovett's come on Mr Bean. No give me like better people. WHO. Myers. First of at Seth Green. Beans. I like Seth. Meyers South Green. Who Else? Because everyone has like Jon Lovitz Mr Bean Way night. Heart yet. No, there's not that many not many we could. Things okay for you. They're all hot. Porn chick pep dove is bath. Chick. Amy Smart and Nipple Piercing. Wow. You're not gonNA throw. John There No. I'm banging amy smart. I'm killing. Wow, really prostitute! You're GONNA marry nipple. Marry the nipple check. She had a heart a goal she was. They were headed to that concert and she was so proud that they were giving away their money. He's Nice but if she tried to go away my money. She would end up the way of the hooker. Dad Wow and he was march to crazy to marry. Right like after you just go to jail. She she. Assaulted, basically that guy in that chick with a helicopter and GM and says we just perform multiple federal felonies cool. Cool Man. Left the scene with the fucking helicopter. Would you recommend this movie? Yes, I'm recommending it right now. Is has a forty four percent. Sixty four audience scale. What do you think the budget was I? wrote it down. I looked it up, bitch. I said I was doing. Tell what it is then like forty eight. And then worldwide it made what like one hundred and something. Yeah, so then I'll tell you. Eighty five eighty five. Yeah, but I think September eleventh probiotic a little to do with. Oh. That's probably Jerome Hey I thought I screen shotted. Like facts. hold on. I did didn't I did okay. So the main thing I wanted to tell you was the pro wrestler. Dowse paid had a cameo in this movie. It was cut when test audience failed to give his appearance any reaction. Good either. This scene is included in the DVD. That's always hot. The this is the second film that both will be Goldberg and Rowan Atkinson have starring roles in the first being lion king. which is crazy because I didn't realize that he was a Zuzu. means. Come on man. Do. Is Suzy Zuzu? The other people that were in a movie together was. Whoopi Goldberg and the. BEEN AND into. The fifth known film in which they're starring together. To all it says is. I don't know what the other three are is what you mean. Sister Act one in two. They're in together. Says this phone features three Oscar winners Cuba. You want an Oscar for what he win. Show me the money yes, worby. When she went in for him. Oh, come on, it's the one that's really famous jumping Jack. Flash, it's the one that's really famous and they're doing pottery. Ghosts? She went to work producer actress for Ghost And who else is the third person I WANNA? Oscar. Mr Bean. Come on, no I wish. I could not tell you bates. She's not even credit doesn't count for misery. She. She kills people. Elia a person. The other fact I told you about was Jason Alexander was originally lined up to play. Zack who's the character from Seinfeld and you got all these from. The Tribune the IMDB. Tribune yeah is that. Is that mean it's good? Yeah he was supposed to be Newman's character. Yes, which is funny 'cause they're both in Seinfeld Newman. Okay. What was the thing? You're looking up to drive me crazy if I don't know what? I think we need to wait for a brawling fucking finally do and after so what so you thought this movie was good. Yes, good. oh, I win holds a burns on the other movies. Me Watch. Oh Shit I used to what? Mr. Bean is definitely funnier to me now than he was then to me. I just remember John. Levins and his family drama is pretty fucking funny to. The Nazis he's just as like extra Jewish in this movie soapdish. They were in together, so that's four. What the fuck that is so. You're still you're still in You want me to read another fact now we can end it. Oh, what do you want to watch next well? It's not my choice. It's yours. I know that the Lucy thing was inspired by. The. I. Don't know like the director something. They said that they read in a paper that there was like a lucy convention and that's. That's why they put that in their. I'm home. We'll either watch. Batman Sixty six. or The wrestler. The wrestler isn't that depressing. Yes, no I! Don't WANNA watch the. Damn we will watch in sixty six. What's the other one was nice supposed to watch policing. WE'RE NOT GONNA Watch Police Academy. We'll see police academy, okay and then. I'm putting on my list Austin powers. OR THE WATCHMAN Four hour long movie never get with the Blue Pena's. That blue dongs coming well, you know what it doesn't matter I feel like we always change the movie at the last minute anyways four April I. AM. Four April and four Steve, this has been used to be better. You can follow us on social media platforms such as Instagram facebook. and. Apple podcasts. Twitter twitter and twitch. Twitch. Twitch Franken Franken twitchy gaming. At franken culture and we also have a wrestling podcast together. Guys like some wrestling. You should listen to us do that as well. Brigham signer presents yes, I did a really good job hosting great job and my notes were so good, so actually knows. But. My notes Word Pretty. They pretty easy to follow. Could plug the holes in. Bye Bye.

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Ep 351 - Artfice do Mexerico, Fechado por Motivos Pessoais, Deep de Pacotilha, O Livro das Origens

Túnel de vento

22:03 min | 6 months ago

Ep 351 - Artfice do Mexerico, Fechado por Motivos Pessoais, Deep de Pacotilha, O Livro das Origens

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Perfil da Mente #02  Seria bom pra voc ser tudo como uma engrenagem?

COACHCAST Brasil

06:36 min | 9 months ago

Perfil da Mente #02 Seria bom pra voc ser tudo como uma engrenagem?

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Sex, selvflelse og fuckfriends med Sandra Thoen

Victoria Skau bryter ned fasaden

57:37 min | 3 months ago

Sex, selvflelse og fuckfriends med Sandra Thoen

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2716 - Gene "Bean" Baxter

Never Not Funny

2:31:45 hr | 8 months ago

2716 - Gene "Bean" Baxter

"The food is out there. I'm unwrapping a madonna steak egg and cheese bagel. Who look this steak and juice running down side. Go a little bit on rapper. Here and then a fluffy egg and cheese folded oversaw looking. Just so good Grilled onions unabomber bagel two thumbs off donald steak egg and cheese bagel for breakfast. Love it more baba at participating. Mcdonald's please don't take this person. Go to stay dude. It call the cops. There's a plant singing van you freak. She liked mr bean. Who's your purview. To find you so a sexual use it use it. Don't me frankenstein live team. It's the fastest our in podcasting. This is never not funny. Now here's your host jimmy pardo. Dds welcome to the program episode. Twenty seven sixteen of the award winning podcast never not funny. That is the name of the program. That's the program number Hope it really nice weekend. We had a Relaxing day here at the Weekend day day days turned today's turn into weeks during the munster. Nitty years cades turned into centuries turned into millennial malindi what would come after centuries no melanie i got right all right. Well listen. we're all friends here. There's no reason to get upset early on a monday. Early in the week The real question is is there anything after millennia like what's the next thing we have learned on this program. What a myriad is. I don't remember though it's ten thousand mistakes. The sentence but a myriad has ten thousand. Oh so that would mean that. I don't know if you if this is the thing. But i would assume after millennia would be myriads maybe garin contol so that it seems like it should have its own word that's to year like chunks of time. The next stop after millennium is tara. A second terraced seconds harris for rounded number of years. It's a mega annum mega annum. I like that. there's also an eon out sure. What does that mean that guy neons. That's an example of that you were using the sentence because you're doing spelling that was you're welcome. One billion years isn't one billion years. So why is that known colloquially like we all know the word eon but we don't know any of those other ones in between tear. A second is a period of time lasting thirty one thousand seven hundred years. That's not a ten thousand years. We wanna know what ten bowie a myriad is. Ten thousand technically means ten thousand. It doesn't specifically mean ten thousand years but it could be a net context amiriya year would mean ten thousand years but is unlikely to be understood christmas then like that. Not we are. We are not allowed to say that anymore. I know they're taking that away from the conservatives that they can't say merry christmas. I'm meeting over the weekend. I told you guys had a very relaxing weekend. Part of it was with the council that we are going to go house to house this year and if we hear merry christmas we will put a stop to. It are think opening our foot down. This is the year that we're finally door taking guns this year and we're taking merry christmas. Were this and they were doing it. Great we're doing it. That's do it. I'm with you i'm i the whole world will hear you so they can like i was. I was trying to connect it to that stupid. Uh george w bush speech but I didn't actually apply mission accomplishment. Yeah getting drop whatever the hell that one listen. He's going television the vaccine and ski. She'll look good doing with the other. Two gentlemen that's going to be a great show. I can't. I can't wait to see who the musical guest is. I kid you not pay per view. I really I agree i'd i'd like who would this is in the musical guests on that. That would make those three guys. Happy should be carter in this bullshit. By the way he's supposed to be the great humanitarian. Get your little peanut noodle. Let's get vaccinated. Jimmy aren't they just assuming he'll be dead by the vaccine. I don't think it'd be. The guy falls down a flight of stairs. I'm up crazy crazy. Who were the musical guests beyond that if we have to bounce around my first clinton Yeah it'll just put bring the sacks out blowing horn. my he still does. My first thought was Was fleetwood mac. Because that's such a boomer band than remember the didn't Didn't clinton have them at At the here because his his like campaign theme song was. Don't stop or whatever it's called But there's no way. There's no way barack obama that no. What is there any musical overlap between those three guys. Maybe some jazz some very middle of the road jazz song or something. I wonder because 'cause bush the band bush. No i was going to say they all love often. Glycerine was that You know bush is party. Guy right. I mean historically this is a guy who took some drugs had some had some beers and his his musical tastes might be fun if not necessarily our taste. It might be actually kind of fun to your point. he What is he seventy two year. How this george senior. George bush junior. Yeah w. trying to talk about here Seventy two. I think question. I mean if you think about all of the guy on all the music that i enjoy classic rock speaking about you know that i listened to it because older people in the neighborhood did including my parents and my dad is seventy seven and my mom would have been would be would have been seventy four so yeah it to elliott's point guests that's why would it not be classic rock. Why wouldn't that guy be coming. That iraq obama's the only because because barack obama's not that old right. No he certainly not think he's seventy one what i'm kidding. This fifty sixty one fifty eight guess. Bush is seventy four happy birthday. Same age as your mom Well one of them's did Bill clinton is also seventy four. Wow that's mom's dead and they're both sort of southern ish barack maybe maybe some skinner. Maybe there's some skinner don bums fifty nine nine okay. So maybe like I'm going to throw this out there. Something that could just appeal to everybody. Cool and the gang there you go. I think that that would work. Yeah that's that's sort of dancing a cool and the gang. Yeah like you know you know. Clinton loves cool in the game. There's no question a hundred percent. Bush could probably get down with it and obama can tolerate if not enjoy. I agree with you as a quick reminder When van halen went on tour last with not last but maybe the time before that nothing was last with david. lee roth. A game was the opening band and everybody on the internet was furious with it and the next day they were no longer periods with really pin. You know what they're fun. It's very like you can. I mean look celebration is is a terrible song but there you can't. There's there's at least one fact is it. I find it to be here. Oracle mozart but but it's maybe it will done for ended. Maybe it's just been my entire life has been overplayed so that that's there's no question that it's it's so tiresome but but what i was gonna say is like there's a there's a cool and the gang song for everybody. I think it doesn't have to be that one but like is yours. Joanna matt out that that is truly awful. Like that's that's the mistaken gary look this up. Go to settling thought fm. If i'm not mistaken. I think they opened the show with joanna. Wow and i always out of the way. Let's get out of the way before everybody's in their seats and that we could we have to do it but let's they wanted the van halen crowd to hate them to play that song. I mean what's or is it. Do they open with chair. They put something very cherish is very cheesy. But i do of like it. I think you'll find you'll like more cooling again then you then you'd think yeah not you people in general and then i mean like the earlier stuff is is really good. You know like. I don't know a lot of it but i know jungle boogie is great. Like that's a really open sesame that twenty twelve. Yeah let's call it twenty twelve alright. Joanne was not performed. It was not all right. My i'd get some bad intel. And by that i mean my own is spread something so what was the settlers garin. It was fresh. That was it. I thought i found that's the sightings zil inviting me. Jeez fresh eighty stuff is so crazy of. There's it's so it's so soft. It's weird bizarre. That again when you when you hear that song and then cherish. It's like why did they have them. Gary what else did this party band bring to the concert tonight tonight. Another kind of eighties mellow tune. How does that convergency emergency horrible eighties. But his great. Yeah misled misled the great. That's a great song to great guitar solo. Go ahead right now. We're into the two words songs that's love it. Yes too hot. Oh that's what hot too. I can't wait for this bookings up songs. Now wait let me ask real quick before i continue cooling gang the musical guys you guys want. Not what your nicknaming. That group of president. I now without jimmy carter got it. Yeah which by the way is there. Is there an injection song. Is there a song like i should. There's gotta be something where there's like. I mean his shot through the heart isn't the right phrase. But there's gotta be something where lyric that is perfect forgetting an injection. Yeah what about neil. Young's i've seen the needle up. Sure would think that uh-huh cover everybody. Everybody watch that damage dan. Good garin continue. I hope that they do that just to mess with the antibiotics hollywood swinging jungle boogie would swing. And don't don't loss over hollywood swing and that's a great song. Another great sean. Hollywood swinging gra- if anyone who played Grand theft auto san. Andreas loves that song. Because the that played on nonstop in that game Kitchen dugard ladies night ladies now who are a great song that wraps up the two were titles right now. So they didn't play jungle boogie dammit. Oh you did. I missed a four words. They don't have any three words they refuse to do it to get down on. It gets down down go ahead and then they go back to the one. Celebrate the good time sir. You got to close a celebration right. Oh we'll rock. Maybe maybe that's could be more fun. Live like maybe they can jazz it up a little bit. It's just the the the the recorded studio version of celebration is never needs to be played again. I think you go in on right. He come like that. Imagine that the live version is probably like twenty twenty five minutes long that no question about it I may be a question. I don't know what to do. I think you're just mad that you're ignoring how great this song is. Because of how. It's been over i. I don't think i i don't think i ever got a chance to appreciate it because literally feel like from the second. I was conscious of radio. Fm and pop music on the radio that was being played every single day. And i know it went away but it didn't feel like it went away early. You every Every sports arena plays it. Yeah yeah every. Sport plays it and then there was a wedding party. There was some. Some politician used it in their campaign to remember some presidential candidate. Maybe someone who was president even i. It was reagan or Or maybe it was like dukakis plated the democratic. You know like somebody like ordine. Ya look. Shut up howard. You're done what dinosaurs sound. People love dinosaurs. Come on. that would've been a good spin. Who doesn't like dinosaurs. You got done a like a psa with steve steven spielberg conduct. He was so robbed. Yeah it was a nice man trying very hard but Well we don't need to get into that to answer your question elliott. There is a song by rise against called injection which i'm not familiar with and then There's a an instrumental track from the mission impossible to Score called injection. Let's do it those those Opening titles your needs a music underneath it right l. Focus right in on the arm where the neatly in this. The needles going in a band called whisker has a song called injection number of them. Girls has push the needle too far indigo girls. I don't know if that's what we're talking about that I don't know if that songs about that do you. Earn about isn't about drugs. Is it about drugs. i'll it. It should be what that What was it like on a meter. It moving the needle on the on the soundboard to too far. What's what's the rolling stones. Well no less for life. That's what they should play. Great pop yeah about. That's about taking drugs right. Probably what imagine cpap but maybe jimmy. There's a there's a leonard. Skinner song called the needle and the spoon. I don't know a lot about those lyrics but it sounds like erin might be about heroin. I i'm sure i know that song. I don't know you know what. I don't know a lot about leonard skinner day. I know i know the ten songs that everybody knows. And i think they're great and i enjoyed that last documentary. I watched them. Work tried to distance themselves from white nationalism. And just say that. It's a flag leave us alone but I don't know enough about them. Or maybe i know exactly as much as i need to know about probably could be i. I will say this. I think If if they want people to watch this injection thing happening with these presidents one of the one of the injections should be heroin and we just don't know which one oh interesting idea right now. People want to watch that right wage. I called the focus group. What's that called when they Oh the cbo except the opposite of placebo. Right but what. What's that called when annexation relag blind double double blind the test. or whatever. The whole scope munoz. I don't think somebody just said that. The man who was always halley on the last platinum. That told us that her parents were involved in that in that thing and control. Is that what you're thinking of that. No yes yep. Maybe i don't know how in my own my own prentice topic. I've lost interest in heroin. So my voice is just not cutting through. Today is isn't leaving you to turn up on the jazz up a little bit and and then down. If it goes up anymore it's gonna it's gonna peak bad okay number one so Yeah hello hello. Hello all right. We'll see what happens I had i had a bunch of zoom calls over the weekend For the platinum folks. So yeah it was nice to doing that. And one of them was a gentleman. Hetero birthday brent. So happy birthday. That gentleman who was nice wife got a platinum membership for his birthday. That's nice so that is a good gift is what i'm getting at Not mean to turn this into commercial with the holidays. Right around your maybe a loved one would like platinum membership and so think about that underneath. The tree might put a picture of podcasts logo underneath the trees and see how they react that then another gentleman jonathan who up in canada. Who has been a fan of ours forever and so it was nice to finally got a lot of these people like to put a face any noise to their name. Yeah how's that for a good sentence. Like i got it having a tough time Also flapper show on the fifteenth december. Nope wrong eighteenth of december to the eighteenth. Doing last flapper shore. The air special christmas show. You will be no different than any show. I've done previously but i am calling my special christmas show. And then also. I mentioned the fifteenth and for good reason Jewish record tape season two will debut on the fifteenth of december and new format. This season. i got Give you a little preview of what that will be at. The top of the show is my favorite five favorite. Whatever the topic is that particular week and maybe a little story will go along with one of those songs or the top of the in general and I thought that was a fun. Way to maybe season two and I like i like. I'd like it what i'm seeing so far. I'm elliot doing with the editing and so on and so forth and i think they're. I think they're fun. I think it'll be a fun view for everybody and then a little something at the end of the show. Instead of the quick hit it is a now a battle. the band's jimmy chooses Got the idea from my Front of the show. Brennan smith on twitter and i did at one weekend at the very beginning of the pandemic where i just sat on my couch for hours and people to band that i had to tell them which one would win in jimmy. Pardo's boxing match ring. Hi jimmy So i brought that over to this and that's fun little way to end each episode so i'll be on the lookout for that and by the way when i say five. Let's say i'm gonna make something up right now. Faith five Van halen songs. I'm not doing that. It's not a topic that will not be a topic village between two days. I'm not saying they're the best five. i'm saying. These are my favorite five of certain. Here's my top five favourite five drum solos. Not the best. These are my favorite five so some of what the fuck. What about this great yours. These are mine. And that's the premise is to have more conversation as opposed to last season where it was like. Here's here's the thing. Here's another thing. See you next week. And so jimmy's records tape season to deb. Ewing go to youtube dot com slash. Never not funny and Subscribe and click the notification bell. So that you are notified as soon as a new episode goes up right smash that bell or whatever the hell the The say button. Hey there's a youtube kid by the way that Like five or six years old. He gets mad. He was a part of the macy's parade own ryan ryan so. I didn't know anything about this kid. So right so he shows up at the at the parade they say is the first. Youtuber never have representations the parade. And then i said i said. I don't know where that kid isn't. Oliver explained who he was. So we were at So you're line. Matt is dead. Here's that youtuber. I was telling you about and so what it is is You know the kids got his own line toys or something and so it's it's a picture. He's on the package of the toy with some big crazy. Happy smile and two thumbs up and so again. You are the role of oliver saying. Hey dad hey that guy. And i will be me at target ready. Hey dad here's the guy from youtube. I was telling you about fuck him. He's five years old. I cool five years old but that was my gut reaction to seeing a photo. Because i'm not mad at the kid i met at. It's fucking parents. Editors no way that kid like hey. I want to have a youtube channel at five and decided to do that. He is. He is the bleeding edge of very annoying trend. That's been happening for years. Which is channels. That are just children opening toys. And it's i don't mean opening a president. I mean like they're here's the box and they open it and that's it and sometimes it's an adult doing it. But he and a few other families you know really tapped into the lake. Hey let's let's show a kid opening this new toy and then what happens. Is they become successful on youtube and start making money. And then they reinvest that money in more toys and and so then. It's just every single toy that gets released. They have to keep the content coming and what better way to do that than to just spend all their money on toys. Not all spending the money at this point or are they just sending it to them. Well now he's got now he's got to deal with some like you said so the he's though that's also true though. Yeah i'm sure there are some companies that just sent stuff in hopes of getting promotion But then there's stuff that you know. Maybe they have to buy because it's like they need but yeah they could probably make a video every three days with just the stuff that gets sent to them for free. But it's crazy. I mean that kid. I think he's like either the top or in the top three highest grossing youtube channels in the world. You're right and You know he's making like probably twenty to forty million dollars a year or some crazy shit. I think i think Oliver may have looked up while he was telling me. This and i attempting to not put the gun in my mouth I think it was thirty million. Yeah it's nuts nuts. He's got twenty seven million subscribers in seven hundred million monthly viewers seven hundred. What am i doing. Davis has twenty five hundred viewed going through. I get is one. That's one view for every person in europe and the united states. They love to see this kid. Open up a box for him. Congratulations to that young man ryan. I guess his name and twenty nineteen. How much twenty six million. Twenty six million. Maybe i just rounded up to thirty. I can tell you what's coming next. Because i've been. I accidentally came across this the needle in the spoon. Probably are you know the gun in the mouth or any of those things. Yeah there's a. There's a trend now. People who of watching animated characters that are being operated by people in real time Playing video games so somebody's playing a video game. And instead of the person being shown onscreen it is either three d or two d animated character and so while they're talking the mouth moves with the audio and they can they can do little poses an stuff in real time by by buttons and stuff. So what's the software and this motion capture but is that like something anybody can just get. I'm looking at up. 'cause i'm kind of curious as to how that would work. It's it's not as easy as you might think but it's not as difficult as it used to be. Yeah sense i mean that is a. That's a good way of you. Know if the main thing to me about the ryan thing that's creepy is it's like not that. They intended him to be famous. But isn't it weird. I think it's weird to let your kid be of sh- seen on the internet like you're like yes. You're you're not that kids not old enough to make a decision for himself about his privacy. So it's like the parents might've my opinion at least as as as a parent is that. It's it's the parents job to protect a child's privacy until they are old enough to be responsible for their privacy themselves and the parents who just put their kids on youtube. They're dislike basically forgoing that that. I think there's i don't wanna say child labor. That's but to make your kid a prop because that's really what that age that kids a prop and and mommy and daddy your cash the checks and there's no way again. There's no way that kid woke up one day and said i want to have an idea. What am i opened up always on the internet and you you literally can't legally have a youtube channel under the age of thirteen so the channel belongs to the parents Hey ryan candidate another video. You know the kid fucking smile box tells me so. At first. It was probably exciting. But yeah it's it's just a weird thing to to impose upon kid like this is going to be your life. That's also match to that point. Charlie charles not five years old. But go to charlie and say Tell them that you can give him. Forty six million pennies or forty. I'm saying to you know whatever he he's not gonna understand it. Forty six million dollars. This is my long. What i'm trying to get because you know fifteen dollars is a lot of money to a five year old kid then. Oh the different. That's he's he's nine actually. If that makes any point he was he was five when he started ignore everything deserves youtube highest earner two years in a row. Wow it's nuts. Two years in a row yet. Charlie used to watch him to chewing. Charlie was younger. He would watch that That channel because there is. I don't know kids like seeing someone who looks like them. Doing something they want to do is open a toy. I get that aspect of it. But it's it's the parenting that i know and just you. What did those parents not getting their lives that they win. This is what we have to do to to make money and to have some sort of success and fame. I hope they didn't go into thinking they were going to make money. Because that's a one in a million shot that you would be successful doing that. That's what's crazy about is like they were probably just doing it because they thought it would be fun or something but once it got going then yeah then it becomes your whole life and your job and everything you have to manage it. I'm sure if they went into a good intention. I hit him your free. That's the great thing about never not funny as we're successful enough to make a living but unsuccessful enough to hate everyone who is accessible on the although when you hear what of being the most accessible like your stand more and more why renton link wanted to distance themselves from being internet famous. Yeah like it's we're actually putting content. We're not just opening up boxes. His parents his mom is a chemistry teacher and his dad is a structural engineer. So these are not dumb. People know they're not you know. I think he designed the house to hold the money. You think at this point that. Yeah he's he's he's working on that Swimming pool full of coins. That scourging duck god. There's no question that kids are gonna be healthy. He's going to drive by the way matching the push into drowning shocks. What do you mean when he's older brother on. Close fucking richest youtuber in the world. Which i can't think of the movie better off dead. Remember the brother and better off dead with all the chicks. He's that guy. Yes a male. But i i want to talk to garin garin on the last show i think it was. I mentioned that. I was on the i five. And there was about fifty cop cars going by and three helicopters and it was very odd. You tell me they. Maybe you have some information on that. Yeah i got a dm. Someone slid into my dm's at me some info me directly story. That's a good question. I don't know maybe they think it's i. It's safer to make charlie lima until he said Case jim he's looking for some closure. The large police fire presence on the highway. The other day was likely a line of duty funeral procession for a chp officer who died in a car accident late november. The fire engines on overpasses are typical of that sort of thing. Oh cash or you know what. Thank you for that information. That's good information it was again. It was a Here's the thing. I this is becoming a recurring theme. I did not sleep a lot. Last night My shoulder was giving me some trouble. and so any any mu anyway that i rolled over in bed woke me back up so We'll sleepy that's my point man. Little sleep yeah in the macleod episode. That i watched last night. I'll be honest with you. Who is my least favorite. All the macleod watch so far. It's not a good macleod. And that was a bummer timid. Make a better episode. that's what everybody already doing. Mystery science theater that do you remember mcleod or are you because most people remember early from mystery science theater i think i. I don't remember the show. I got a mustache and of cowboy hat and a fuzzy jacket yet. Dennis weaver weaver. Yeah but most people have barely the recovering it. Up elliott has matt did the line that apparently resigned. Cedar does all the time. And so what. I mentioned mcleod oliver. Just 'cause and other people when i've mentioned it a cloud so i think that's probably kicking around my head because of embassy three. Is it a good show. I've tried i try mcmillan and wife. I tried bana check. I've tried some others. I've landed on mccloud. So i'm gonna watch that That's my newest of the my comfort shows at night. I have to every time you have a new show like this. I have to come back to this. Why won't you give magnum. Pi a chance he. That's why won't i i. It's like you're doing it to spite me because you know that i've continually recommended to. I know you would like it here. Here's the thing and and this is going to I'm gonna both sides this because it's not gonna make sense because remember when i went through the the very first time i ever did. This is when. I sat on my on my couch. Eating grapes watching the entire series of miami vice remember that yes so there is that arab and that was the start of this binging. Benjamin is what. I'm trying to get and Here's the problem at the problem is i. Don't have any connection really to eighty s television. I really other than maybe family ties. I don't have any connection to eighty s Television where's the seventies is a comfort thing for me growing up so on and so forth watching those show so i have no connection to it and so it would be. I don't know if it would if it would be that these are my comfort shows at night before right before i go to bed. I don't know if it would provide that but you know what you bring up point. It's at least we're i tried to mcmillan and wife. Yes on that far. I mean when did win. Magnum star like eighty or eighty one or something that gets them. I think i feel like magnum is the last of the kinda show that you're talking about. Jimmy was the first eighty one the last of those because the first couple of episodes the theme music was like a seventies. Yeah i have an i show. And then they moved to the dow down downtown it then at was damon johnny. All right. here's the thing about the about macleod. Is like colombo. There's some seasons that have three episodes because they rotated sundays. With columbo mccloud and mcmillan wife. Wow rotator so three would be you know one a month and then that would be a season. It's interesting distinct. Oh we'll be ready for my magnum. Soon yes garin. Movies like columbo was exactly right. There were the sunday night movie or this mystery. Whatever they were coleman and so they were like an hour and a half long. And yeah i mean i. You're you're definitely right. That like ma- magnum is a for me. A very nostalgic like i. I loved that. Stephen j canal or he said his name the guy who produced i think that a and a lot of other silly shows in the eighties They're just junkie but fun and and They all have the same kind of beats like there's always a car chase and then the fistfight Somewhere in the episode. It's like it's it's comforting to me but Yeah i understand what you're saying is like you grew up a different sort of flavor of of the of hour long drama but again but i loved miami vice And that's true in miami is out on its own was ever a show like that before since obviously it's such show But very cool But yeah. Magnum is much more standard. But i i do feel like it built on what the shows you like. Were doing the The colombo's and the you know it's just a little more sex as you like you like handsome men and it's got a very handsome lead. I mean like trying to rip off the senior citizen with a reverse mortgage but otherwise. He's very i mean he's he's so charming and likable especially on that show and And it's got the exotic locations and you got the beautiful women you got the the the ferrari. It's like everything about it is great right. Yeah well a again. There's not a lot of clouds so i'm going to Okay i will. I promise you this that will be my. I will at least attempt it to be my next show that i attempt and maybe i will watch three hundred episodes whatever they made more watch one and a half but yeah it's also weird. I feel like maybe you might remember better than me. By filling started out of being more like about he would he and his friends had been in vietnam together and there was a little bit of more of like Seriousness to it and then it just kind of dispensed with that and it was like we're in hawaii. Let's have fun like like fuck fuck vietnam. Let's and there were certain episodes that were like once or twice a season. Yes there would be some flashback. You write him in his navy uniform for some reason that didn't make sense right. Yeah all right. Well that's when i'll stop watching assumes desserts getting silly i'm out i will watch the seriousness. Yeah i i went to vietnam. I have respect for vietnam. I don't think it's funny topic. Like apparently magnum does. I will protect this country to best of my abilities. Matt we have male. do it's It's a heavy one guys. It very emotional. He's a is it a naval uniform. It's yeah it's it's like one of those special episodes of magnum All right this is from tickets from eric. Michaud let's find out that's what it says from it. Like from walking dead tissue from the lady with the samurai swords okay. Michelle shown shown there. We go good by the way. That's opening that jimmy you are. We are both right about that. India girl song. It's obviously about a drug analogy. But it's also like the needle in meter. So what about the needle on the records that play into this at all he got to put it on. Thank you. you're going to do what put put the record on. Put the needle on different. So the needle on record the needle on the record. We've only been doing that joke in the entire nine years. You've been on this program i know. Are you sleepy too garin. it's me. I'm always sleepy putting though this is not going to be visible to you guys but this is this guy. Sent a Included a card not just a letter but a card and the outside of it again. It's impossible to see but it says going skiing. We all know you're going to bang tonight. dear jimmy matt elliott and garin. Thank you for having me. On the show and happy holidays. Enclosed are four cans of delicious snacks from the website of one of the weakest amazing race teams of all time. The beekman boys. Oh i know. He texted me about the forgot. I already forgot even though is less than twenty four hours ago this is from. I hope this finds you well in baldwin hills burbank. Palms and michigan scratched out. Sherman scratched out van. Is y'all are the best. Always your friend. Chris grace he. He texted me to say. I sent this thing to you and it's a used. My husband's the ups account. That's it hasn't someone else's name on this. I don't know why that shocked even though it was should've been fresh in my mind so i remember who the beekman boys were. Who were the beekman. I don't remember the beekman boys. I going to have to pull up a photo. A picture of them. Yeah sounds familiar. Wait a minute. Do we hear the theme and i missed it. I'm sorry i didn't play it. But garin i don't know if you can. Maybe i need to pull up a picture of them and put it on the screen but I that's it. I was trying to get a picture of the beekman boys on my ipad and that stopped the song remember. They were good. They were goat farmers and life partners. I mean that all sounds familiar. I just cannot picture them. Yeah you know what the really. Maybe i can picture. Maybe i'm thinking to the right guys. Can i share my screen is. That's something i can do. No i'd rather you didn't know. I don't do not have to work at all. They're yeah i was gonna pull up the picture. It's probably the same one you did. Just so that. I can hold my ipad up and maybe get a full Full-size what the hell man like google. It like why is it so hard to just when you sir. Google image search. Then just this make extra full screen. Elliott elliott has got to be behind him. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah beacon harms anyway. This looks good actually providing us back elliott did something very dumb and i almost killed myself all right. Be careful yeah. There's hope for me yet. We missed what he said. Hope for me yet. Would you say prior couple there yet. You have these guys can find. Love your news chat for you. Gary and you get goats i do remember this guy's hair being good. The one guy that guy's got beautiful hair Like he's like an attractive mark. Cuban unfair to both human beings you think. I think it's unfair to mark cuban. Anyway this is called. You're gonna hate this name jimmy It's called go poop. Okay but listen to what it is. This is such a weird thing. Like i remember when i went to alaska. There's just there's endless like it's elk shit ice cream or whatever people always dry. Yeah we're kind of in the wilderness. Why are you trying to pretend. We're eating animal anyway This belgian chocolate covered various things so all of them are belgian chocolate covered but they include sea salt caramels roasted hazelnuts toasted almonds white chocolate sugar. Cookies maple multi milk balls and butterscotch pretzel poppers. That sounds awesome. Sound amazing so there's one of one for each of us in here all right well. Wonderful they chris grace. Show chris grace from the superstar where we just learned. Last week is going off the air. Yeah very sad. Final season all. I did well. this is our guest. let's bring our guests into the mix and we can talk superstar another time. But it's it's a bummer. It's it's a real bummer. Yeah and like. I said the the most recent episode which was two-weeks-old to me so funny one of the funniest episodes i think. So it's it's Bums me out. That funny show is not going to be around anymore read. That's to agree all right. Let's take a break Coming up next gene. Bean baxter is gonna join us Radio hall of famer affirmative. Kevin and bean now has the podcast alley and being. He's coming to us overseas over in the uk. We've had some uk fans join us but this is the first uk guest. I want to say that joins us right. The first person out of the country we had some maybe canadian or two. I don't know what we had via. Zoom remain in all of all time via zoom visa. I april not been on you in the zoom. I forgot but she was but she was in the us when she was jewish south. Right right read gene. Bean bash joining us. Just a second. So let's take a break. We're back with more right after this met. The holidays are just around the corner to ha- holidays jingle jangle all the way well let me ask you a question. Are you looking for a way to stay connected with your loved ones during the holidays. I'm asking you obviously. Yeah can't visit them so any any assistance would that would be Greatly appreciated well. I'll tell you what. I actually got this for my father when i'm about to talk about. I'm talking about skylight frames. I loved the idea that you send these photographs to an email and it pops up on their screen. It's magic man. That's such a cool thing because then anybody in the family or even friends you could just give them the email address and then it's like a nice little surprise for your dad who get. What's this picture. Who's this now right. And i know the argument is well. Why don't you just text him that message. But because that's not a frame on a shelf this way goes right there. It looks like they framed the photograph. We all we all the thing where you get. You know someone takes a picture and you see it and you look at it once and you go. That's nice move on either up but imagine if it's on your mantle that's look at it every single day matt as i walked past it right and i do. I do wonder if what happens if someone sends you. If you have the the frame. I mean i know the answer already. And i'm sure they figured this out. And and but i'm not going to be happy with the inter. Which is if someone sends you a picture. That's portrait mode instead of landscape mode. So it's like vertical instead of horizontal lee oriented. And you've got the frame sitting horizontally. I'm sure that just puts borders on either side of it right. But i would imagine that's the case. Yes you know that my you've not give it to my father yet. He's getting it for christmas. Okay we'll find out Send them send pictures oriented both ways and tell me what happens because i feel like my head's gonna explode. If there like a good solution to that. I may also send him photos from the orient of do that do yeah. So that's exciting to see a faraway land. It's your is surly during these holidays where we can't travel skelly frame is a photo frame you could update instantly by email from anywhere By the way you opened this thing up you look at. The directions couldn't be easier. This thing is easy. I know some people like my father is never gonna understand that. My mother's never could understand how to do this. Literally if jimmy pardo moron tech guy figured out is easy. Yeah jimmy need. Help logging into a website yesterday and Took them three tries. After i gave him the everything he needed. The link the password this username three dries and So he could figure out. He couldn't figure out how to log into a website but he could figure out this frame. I think you're also that speaks volumes. Look at it sets up in under sixty seconds. Just plug it in use the touchscreen to connect to your wireless network and enjoy sending photos. Violators is effortless. Everyone in the family could just email them to your personal skylight email address and they pop up seconds and by the way. The email addresses like something as simple as grandpa as skylight frame. Or whatever it is you set that up you send the voter there and boom. They have it. Don't don't act. Don't accidentally sent it to bad grandpa at skylight frames though. Because that's gonna johnny knoxville. You don't wanna knock staple his knee cap together. Because he got the wrong photo. Yeah it's going to black and white frame. He's got a black frame of the white matt so it looks like a real photo frame. It has a beautiful touch to your home. It's a gorgeous ten inch screen. Swipe through the photos. Find the one that you want. It's got hundred percent satisfaction guarantee if you don't love your skylight they offer you a full refund and you. This is what i did. You could preloaded with your favorite photos for a personalized gift. Import photos of you and your significant other your spouse your children They didn't even know you had so when they opened up boom. There's already photos on there. And then. But i'm gonna do is do it in the middle of the night so when he wakes up and i'm not going to tell them how it works. I'm just gonna have to go from like a ghost frame. It is like for imagine a person who doesn't about technology they're going to think it's possessed crazy. Wait a minute. I can just imagine my dad going. Donna was this the photos on there. I don't think it was jim. And then they have the they fight about it. What if you sent like e every day like take ten pictures in a row of oliver You know it's all him same clothes looking at but slightly different and senator so he's not sure if it's the same picture or not i. I love that idea is slowly turning his head or something yes donna. Wasn't he in front of the fireplace in the last photo. Don't remember. I don't remember this what he's next to it. 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We've had international guests in the studio Via zoom is our first. He's coming to us from different countries also in some sort of a pandemic from following the news correctly but and then i mentioned that. He's a hall of fame broadcaster and in the break He he alerted. Actually these a time hall of famer. Please welcome listen. I i mean this sincerely There is i m ame student of the game of broadcasting. I enjoy disc jockeys. I enjoy Personalities and i mean this inserted. This guy is one of the best. this guy gene. Bean baxter formerly the kevin and bean show now with the alley and being podcast Cup of tea chat. Which is a delight if you're not listening to that if you don't want I'm not listening. You stop paying us those new us if you pay for us to listen to them because they're doing a patriot model. That looks a lot like ourselves. This guys wanted to. And and i'm thrilled these friend gene. Bean baxter hello. Hello hello team. Great to be on. Never not funny jimmy. I've been wanting to be a guest on your show as long as i've known you and it's such a thrill that you've finally invited me that you've already run out of all other celebrities and it's my time thank you. I first of all. I'm not. I appreciate humor. You know that. I'm a fan of humor mr to the game said i have been asked you to come on this show for minimum ten years. Then you that is not a fact. That's one hundred percent of fact. Why would you say that's not a fact. I'm gonna throw these going to walk out in a tantrum but will be the shortest appear on your show before I don't know i just. It's never happened until now so let's just. Let's just be happy that we're together at this moment and let's just have a good time for first of all you're the one that brought up you've been you you you. You're either living in seattle or in new orleans and you were very rarely very rarely an at boy. That's a lot of ours for my mouth. And i would always invite you to come on when you were in town and you're like yeah sounds great. Sounds great sounds great. And then you're leaving the kevin and bean morning show and you'd make the rounds to everybody. Kabc some boring guy on am radio talks for forty. Five minutes i go. Hey can you come into the program. Oh i don't have time i to go talk to this so my words not yours. I very busy. And you're no. Sam rubin jimmy. Now come on. Hey matt it completely off topic but what he just said maybe think of it. We need to find the audio clip of george. Pinocchio saying rattle to his core. Yes we can drop that in from time to time because it while it's fun that we say it would be fun for jorge benach. You'd actually say. I'm a little concerned that that you've inflated i don't know i don't know that he actually said it. I think i think i just said it about him out of the way he was acting and and we laughed about it and just never stopped loving me out. Let's find the drop of you saying that. In from time to time that'll be easier to find. At least i have access to that yeah well. Gb baxter's here. As i mentioned added just was listening to it on my my walk this morning. Elian and being a cup of tea and a chat where these two are basically speaking of drop ins. I'm not a fan of the morning radio bells and buzzers and all that bullshit and you guys have a couple of droppings that make me laugh every single time give me the history of the little kids saying gay after something because what happens is you know i am a collector of soundbites. And i'm telling you. I i hear what you're saying about grabbing that bite from george nacchio once you go down that road it will take over your life. Jimmy start hearing everything in sound bites. It is therefore impossible to just watch a tv show and not have somebody stand up and say something illegal. Got mark the tape. I gotta grab that. And i in the in the almost a year that i was off the radio before i started the podcast with alli i collected twelve hundred soundbites. I didn't even have a show still every day. I was going in and pull it tape off. Whatever i was listening to podcasts or songs or tv or movies or whatever at cut them up and just stack them and ready. In case i ever needed you become obsessed with them. And i wish i wish i had a better filing system to keep track of where they all came from the kids. Kinda sound like they might have come from a simpson's episode couldn't swear to it but it is certainly one of my favorites kids. Just there through seattle is just so infectious. Funny you do you. Also you always drop it in after something. That may not be all that funny to which is funny. And i know what you're saying you know it's so funny because for folks who don't know jimmy made reference to the kevin and bean show on at los angeles station for thirty years. My friend kevin an idea to radio show there and when we were hired we were the anti morning zoo. That's partly why we were hired k rock if you remember back in the eighties guys. Was the hippest station in america. No no one was cooler than k rock with the music and the personalities uses so left field and the last thing they wanted to do was bring in another rick dees clone. They were looking for somebody. Who's going to break that mold and do something else so it was kind of a weird thing that we ended up parodying mornings zoos and in some ways. If you don't know the show you wrote shooting to go. Those guys are morning zoo guys. Because they've got the bells either. They got they got the horse. They went they all these ails right. But a reality we were doing all that to kind of make fun of the shows and then we kinda turned into that so it was very weird in the soundbites just part of that and always became a very very big and we hear from sill heard from so many listeners. Back then how much they enjoyed sound. You know they just love hearing that stuff that we played just became big part of the program. I love it too. You know in in in you. And i've spoken about. Love's of steve dahl and garry meier and steven gary would open their show. Each day with various soundbites from television shows news reports movies. And then go into the show and so when you guys did it too. And i'm not suggesting that it that you stole from stephen guard. But i'm just going to say you did because i heard that i but i love when they did it. I love when you guys that it. I love that you do on the podcast version at the top of show admittedly that. I stole from stephen gary but we do our own with sound bite from her own show. Yeah because neither matter. What's that's yeah right. yeah just like dole. Del does the same thing with the clips from his show Steve doll was a tremendous influence on me. He's one of the greatest probably probably one of the five greatest radio personalities in the country in the history broadcasting The falling in love with audio came from the don geronimo show. And i don't know if you're you're you're many years Flogging your comedy appearances jimmy. If you've ever had to go on the show or the and mike show for many years in dc. Don was on in chicago for a little while he was. Yeah i worked for. Wls yeah so so They were the morning show at a station that i was back in the eighties in washington. Dc and. i just fell in love with how their show was produced and kept that in the back of my mind when i had the opportunity to host my own show. I said well i've got. I've a template now so yeah look. None of us are creating anything new. We're all standing on the shoulders. Giants and i'm happy to give those guys credit i like to. I like the folks that don't try to pretend like they were the first ones to do it. It's like you're not the first guy to use a soundbite. We although that's we are. Pioneers would never not funny and i will take all the credit on that so i have not spoken because i can't get you to download whatsapp so we don't get to text like we used to when i was in america by the way to jimmy's team. Why won't he download what's app. He makes it's so difficult it's asking him to climb everest. It really takes fif. There's a chance to download a chances downloaded it. And he just can't get it to work or find. I'm always happy to be the on the old man that doesn't understand technology. I'm happy to play that role but here is i. I'm i'm going. I'm going to go into what i call my messages. My dm's to sound like a young man here. It is okay. This gene bean baxter. Are you on whatsapp. I am not on what that i never heard of it until now is it bud light based that was my funny retort road. It's a free text and talk and video with over two billion and then he goes on and then he said You've gotten this far without it so no worries just thought i'd ask so you told me don't bother with it. Well i didn't to. I would hope that you would have had the initiative to go out. Two billion people users probably pretty useful. Maybe weren't to have it's it's so great for international conversations because it's free that's like eight cost me money to text you on the regular iphone but what's ad free free free all right. Here's what i'm doing with you on the program. I'm going to call the app store. I maybe everybody's phone says here's the thing i let me throw first of all if you're if you're both using iphones. It shouldn't cost anything because you could just be using messages you. If you're if you're texting each other's icloud email address than it wouldn't cost you anything but let me throw this before you go any further. We are in a situation for years. Now where all of us have iphones except elliott. So he ruins our group chat with his green bubbles. And so now. I'm thinking let's all switch to what's app and then all be on a level playing field with our group chat. Well i understand that over. Two million people are using this deal and so two billion two billion even more than i thought a second ago. Yeah all right. So let's elliott elliott has to be put down if he refuses get with the twenty first century. Here seriously. join your cult refuse. He's holding onto a blackberry. That's how far he will go to let me ask you a question. This very serious one. There's there's whatsapp messenger. And there's what's at business. Which one do. I want message. I think you want messenger. Yeah you think you look. I wanna shut the fuck up about this thing. What do you mean your own. Which what i want. Because i've never heard of what's at business. That's all right are you. Are you going to do it right now immediately. So that you'll get off my ass about it. You're doing a radio show here. You don't have to do it now. I learned from the. I learned from a stephen gary from kevin and bean to just be in the moment and talk. Not everything needs to be a skit or a bit. That'd be real. I remember steve doll. Used to order food for forty five minutes. Never i loved it. You subscribe to his podcast. You get the doll castrate jimmy. Of course love him. It as much as i wish i had time for but every time i do. I'm astonished at how good he is every single time. I don't disagree with you. And the way for fifty years. And he's still. He's still the best in the game he is. I don't really. He was kind enough to he. Did a live show for us in chicago where i made the mistake in bring up disco demolition and He got very isn't that right. He comedic mad because it's turned racial on him which i never knew about until he brought that up as a kid that grew up being part of disco sucks and all of that it was never that and so to look at it with these new is of or racial that he was against our like bullshit. No that's fair. I totally get how that changed on him over the years. What has it been like for you jimmy. I'm not gonna go into interview mode. I promise it's your show but what has it been like for you as a working comedian. Who's used to be on the road one or two weekends a month. What's his last Pandemic year been like for you as an awful. The best ever not going to an airport is the greatest. You miss your audience. I missed a yes or hundred percent. The live never funniest podcast found live. We're able to do that. And of course going out and seeing the fans that even think across the country yes now. That part sucks. But i will admit that i've really As i say. I like this idea of a snow day that we don't have to really do anything in life. We're kind of you know all kind of treading water until we figure this back out and then we go back into traffic. So it's been you know. I don't know i missed. I missed that part of it being but Obviously the pandemic sucks. I wish we weren't in this. I'm not sure this the best the kids stay on target but you still you're flappers from time-to-time so at least you get the scratched h a little bit. Would you ever do like you. Were talking to your friend. Taylor goldsmith last week from ause about his drive in show that he did yes. Do you ever be a comedian. Who one of those Chapelle up and go out there and do it like that. I do so much crowd. Work that i don't think i can. I don't think it would be you know. Hey dotson what's going on with. I pick a carpet around fifty years. So what's your story. Jesus christ i don't. I don't like nate barghuti. I think is in orange county this week. As a matter of fact and i in one of the best working today in my opinion. But he's a guy that can go up on stage and he does his act and it's going to happen whether he hears them laugh or not. Jimmy pardo needs to chase the laugh and hear it. And if i don't i go into a meltdown so i don't know if i can. You need the room. Yeah i got. I was thinking about you yesterday. I'm so impressed with stand up comedians. it's a it's such a rare skill that so few people have and even the people who are up comedians. Those that can do it. Well the seinfeld's of the world are just so unbelievably exceptional. How do you know jimmy when you come up with a joke that it hasn't been told before like i was. I was walking my dog yesterday. And he made a deposit and cleaning it up. And i was thinking how crazy it must be in. My dogs is from his perspective. What is this insane person doing. Who's bagging my shit. Right down right. I was thinking how funny it would be too thick of that from the perspective of a dog. And i thought you know what if i were stand up. Comedian jot that down and think. Maybe there's a joke there. And then i thought in all the years that people have been standing onstage minding their own life that joe has been told a thousand times hundred percent one hundred percent. But how do you know. Don't you think you've just come up with that. But you're putting it out there in all that especially these days in the world. Oh the internet. Somebody's gonna get in contact with you in fifteen seconds ago. Oh you stole my joke from eighty to you know and that happens in. Somebody will say he did that. Joke on caroline's comedy hour a that guy. I enjoyed that. When i did it on conan back in two thousand twelve or whatever but you know what everybody unless it's forbade being. I think everybody has their own. You know somebody could do a great bit about flying in an airplane and other that hackneyed. It's an airplane bit. It's this that's like give it. It's a great bit about being in an airplane. You know. I think if you have your own take on it why not. It's just a risk. It's just an occupational hazards hazard. Talked a couple times. About how like you had a bit about an escalator breaking down and then mitch hedberg version of it. And you're like okay. I'll stop doing mind because that is he. He no one's going to do it better than what what he did. With and mine was legit. It'd be mine. Was i was literally in a mall. Shopping mall and the the power went out for. I'm not kidding. One point one second. It went out that that little amount of time and the escalator stopped working because the power was out and these two or ladies really what they went into a panic. And i went there stairs ladies upper down work and it was like i got a new bit. Yeah that's real life. And i started doing it on stage. And everybody's like hey you know mitch. Hedberg has joke like that. And then i heard mitch hedberg to matt's point. I know his was better than mine. Every single word in his was better than my version. So you just wrap it. Yeah yeah and that's again. The beauty of your crowd work is that you know that that's going to be different in the moment and somebody hasn't had that same thing that same person ever so. That's pretty cool. You'd hope although i i have had times where you say to the guy. Hey what's going on night ranger. Hey that's what. Todd barry called me last week okay. Great early eighties metal band great. All right gene baxter is here through that. He's joining us. He's got the new podcast alien. Bean cup of tea and a chat. Which i get on very much enjoying terrible name jimmy. You're an expert in this field. You're you're mr podcast. As i've said over and over. I wish that we didn't go. It never not funny because of the reviews and such a cup of tea chat. Because you're in the uk and she's here and it gives an international flavor to it matt. Belknap up your thoughts. I love it i like. It's nice because it's got alley bean. Catchy if you know the k rock show you you recognize the names if you don't. It's still a catchy little duo and then you've got the cup of tea chat that just gives it a little more. Oh okay so i i. I've seen that. Maybe this is going to have some continental flavor. not be international saver. Yesterday i was gonna say do do me a favor because i know the answer here for matt elliott and garin sake. Do you remember any of the other choices that you had before you still on cup of tea and a chat. That did not win the vote. Say that because in this case. No and i'll tell you where a cup of tea and i'll tell you a cup of tea and chat came from because i just pulled up the sound bite for you guys. Love sound soundbites. I was watching a documentary by the way. British television is astonishing jimmy. I don't know how much time you've played. Europe but british television is amazing. You cannot believe how bizarre it is every night. You tune in and there's documentaries from the forties and the fifties and the sixties about the most inane things you've ever seen and today we're going to going on a journey with flower harvesters. In cornwall. this is the harvest of one thousand nine hundred forty one. What's it gonna be like. How is this dylan rotation twenty twenty. So i was actually watching hillary. About what are the markets one of the places in london where people go and they buy their fruits and their vegetables and people bring in ducks and things like that and they were doing. This documentary was from the nineteen fifties. And here's the clip. That they actually played in the documentary and a light bulb. Went off over my head and i said oh my god. That's the podcast. Some people believe in getting right down to it. Those professors todd with a cup of tea and a chat. And i heard a cup of tea at a chat by sit there. Sh- podcast name south never thought about it never looked for one and it just worked perfectly for us. Ally hates it. By the way. I'll i'll she does he. What a terrible name it is. Well she well. I think that like any look look. When rolling stones came up with their name anybody could have walked in the room. And said that's a stupid name but once you hear it one hundred times two hundred times all of a sudden just sounds normal and i think people are getting used it. Now yeah again. We're we're eleven hundred episodes into this. And i'm still not used to never not funny but other people have embraced it and they love it. Yeah well speaking of drops though Sorry being but i have to do this to you since you did it to us since you mentioned documentaries. Here's this we We've got a amazing fans. And i know you guys have that too with back in the cabin days and now with the elliott beat podcast word. The fans make the great songs. Then drop his for you I like the idea that we're having this man that just said he found twelve hundred audio soundbites while in a year that we're going to have a drop in battle we lose that battle. We are not gonna wait for nine. No speaking of documentaries jimmy. We've got a bunch of documentary channels over here. And i just read that their debut in the bg's documentary next week. Have you heard about this. I have i think it's on. Hbo max here. If i'm not mistaken right yeah we don't get hbo. So everything gets parceled out to other channels here. I am so psyched for that. Honestly think that it's funny. You brought up disco demolition earlier. That killed the bg's career for a number of years. And i think the beat the bg's are some of the forgotton greatest singer songwriters of all time. And i think it's about time for them to get their do while. Barry gibbs still alive i i Now do you still get to previews of stuff like that. And you being gene. Bean baxter hall of famer. Do they still send you a they. Don't no no no no. I you know they scrub. they don't still have rolodexes. I don't think but if they did they would've pulled by card out and throw it in the trash. I don't get anything like that before but You know most that good stuff does end up over here. I mean i really do. Think we get the best of the american tv and the best of the british. Tv here when hbo the undoing. You guys like i loved that You know that comes over here on sky atlantic. Sometimes we get a day later but we're still getting the shows so i'm happy about that you know. I'm glad you brought up the undoing being because matt we did not reveal our our our opinion on the final episode because we thought let's not spoil it for those that haven't watched it yet. But i heard you and allie talk about it at length that you guys have a differing opinion on that final episode and i said to matt on the telephone. I enjoy the entire journey of it. I thought the scenes at the on the final episode. Great but i thought that payoff was fricking horrible. I hated how it ended. I hated who the killer was. Met your thoughts being us. Well am i allowed to ask a question in a way that may shade who the killer is. Are we far enough past the finale reveal. Jimmy's the jimmy's the the spoiler cop on this show. So you're gonna be careful here. That gary cockrell. Do you think we're far enough from this The limited series i. It's been over a week. I have not seen a single episode. And i wanna watch it all right then. Let's but i mean. I also where are you at I didn't hear anything. You just said you know. I i i pull. I pulled my earbuds. Because i haven't seen the program i see. Okay so let's not. Let's not spoil. Okay so here's my question. Then vegas where you say you hated the way it ended it because you were disappointed who the murderer was. Stand at the same time. I kind of liked that. It was that person i know. That's a weird thing to say. I kinda liked that. It ended up being that. But as as a fan of the seventies detective shows okay. We can't say anything more. We're to ruin it for although i will tell you. That theory was holding water from me right up until that last episode. She was convinced that the baby did it. Mind if the baby had done it for folks who have the show is. I don't know eighteen months old to be able to pull that. Off is some sort of criminal mastermind but sadly they. The writers didn't listen alley so that's not how it did but i enjoyed the series. And i'll tell you this this new career path that hugh grant is on man. He's doing some of the best work of his life. i guess he's and not too bad on. The is that that gentleman holy is gonna command command. Did i ever tell you jimmy. About the only time i ever accidentally swore on the kevin and bean show no was it about hugh grant close. It was about your friend. Jon hamm yes. Oh i was on the radio i mean the most handsome man in the world right. Yes right. I was on for forty two years. I was on the radio and i never swore not one time and then a couple of years ago. We had on some football documentary filmmaker. Who had done a special. I don't remember even might have been a history of the super bowls had something that was interesting and jon hamm was his narrator and i'm talking to this guy. We're having a nice chat. Then he's like. Yeah we got. Jon hamm the narrate. I don't like oh my god. He's so fucking. I was like couldn't even believe it was just so stream-of-consciousness. How do i not have that per that permanent full-time filter. That would prevent something like that happening. Just as a broadcast professional right. And i just couldn't even believe i said that was the one time in my whole career that that happened. It was i mean. it was very justifiable. I think i could defend it. Accord is being so true. Not everyone is there any talk of them taking away one of the hall of fame trophies. Because that's always fears. They'll hear some dumb bit. I do or they'll come. Just take what away from me. Is it distracting. When you're friends with. Jon hamm jimmy. Just did not stare at them all the time. How do you deal with that when you guys are at a ball game or something. We'll we'll. He's always on the isle so the camera can catch him into the game. So luckily there's that It's hard it's hard. It's gotta be hard. Yeah i mean he's like a man and so great comedy too. By the way i wish people would cast him in more funny movies. He's hilarious hundred percent agree with you know. By the way we watched a movie last night oliver And i we watched a movie. That came out. I want to say in twenty eleven or twenty twelve called. Mary frigging christmas. We remember this. Oh starring joe maceio lauren. Graham robin williams civil knows Candice bergen and there's one more tim heidecker remember. This movie was a hallmark christmas channel. Movie or something you know what profile the net gene. I announced we watch the entire thing and i said and we all shrugged it and i said that was a hallmark movie with famous people. Like that's way that's really how it felt. Because it was a bummer. The the trailer good but it was not good. I saw one the other day. I i love christmas movies and we got a bunch of channels here. That played nothing. But christmas movies. And there was one called Loving the coopers that has now been renamed. Christmas with the cooper's have you guys heard about that down. Oh my gosh. It was really funny. I'm going to tell you who this cast is here in a second. I've actually looking up right now when you come across something that has a ton of famous people in it you wonder. How did you miss it. Diane keaton john goodman ed helms also in movie very very funny in the movie Hang on refreshing here Really this is a good tip. Jungmann ed helms Fourteen timothy shallow. May wow alan arkin. Marisa tomei olivia wilde. All of these stars right yes. It was good. It was good movie. Yeah i you know. It's something i'd never come across before. But it's one of the twenty four seven christmas channels. I checked it. I was really really fun. Kind of reminded me like the family stone. It's just one of those movies where it's it's kind of centered around. All the family has to get back together for the holidays. And there's all these tensions and people are disappointing and stuff like that. I thought it was very clever. So that's my that's my pick for you. all right. gene bashers picketed christmas beyond movie. Pick of the week My beautiful wife. Danielle bean actually does have the theory. That if it's got that many famous people have heard of it. There's no way it's good. Yeah and so. She bailed on Frigging christmas seconds into it. Oliver and i stuck it through oliver. Platt is also in it. Okay i mean there's a lot of and anyway we watch that last night. That's the point being and then we're going to go around the horn. We've got oliver question. But you and. I have a love much more than i do. But i do also have it love of christmas music and you were talking on the podcast. Recently that you have the problem here is we have sirius. Xm and there's i think three christmas channels at the moment and but one of them plays nothing but old christmas music and one nothing but contemporary christian music and then you got the country christmas as well. None of them do all of it. And i want. I do wanna hear ariana grande day mixed with being bing crosby with do they know it's christmas and nobody's doing that. Is there anything like that over there in the uk. We know i'm going to say no. I think they. I think they They partitioned off for formats. The same way you know. There's a classical christmas like you said. There's a country. Christmas a pop christmas christmas. They do. I just did an interview with a guy who runs christmas. Fm in ireland. And i think it's one of the best christmas stations i've ever heard jimmy. And they do stream worldwide. If you want to check that out you can listen to it on your phone or whatever. Christmas dot fm in dublin. And they're a seasonal station. They only sign on for thirty days every year and they raise money for charity. It's a commercial free station. And all they do it to raise money for charity race over two and a half million euros for charities since they first started doing this back in two thousand and eight and it sets a fun station. I mean really. Just sounds like an all firing on all cylinders. Hit radio station but the music is really really good. Game said in the interview with the guy. I'm like it's just so refreshing to listen to this station like this. That isn't playing the same thirty songs over and over and over again right. Christmas is just around the corner by barry manilow. That's the type of song. They play christmas tree. Farm by taylor swift. That's the type of song they play which are really good christmas. Aw he's never hear many wells. My dream is to own and run and work on christmas. Twenty four seven radio station year round. I never get tired of christmas. Music your your Your people here will be stunned to hear this. But i have almost five thousand christmas songs on my iphone at all times. I'm walking around with this phone with five thousand crisp dogs and adding to it all the time because that's how much i love holiday music. It's my favorite. If you i'm gonna. I'm gonna put my to put my foot in the door before it closes here if you start. That channel can get a shift. I'd like to shift on. You would enjoy that i would. I would love lease music. Yes toward intersect by this year. Yes i'd love it as whenever you leave me being you don't you. Don't be at the start of for the last three weeks. Maybe when we start the zoom before we start our show yes I start the zoom. And then jimmy Logs in and it's he's not in his chair. It's just all i see is his home office. And he's got his record player going and it's some christmas song and he just puts the microphone up speaker so every time we do. And it's like we just got a little hit of of christmas. Cheer right out of the gate which is fun. Japan you've been investing in vinyl a lot lately. Did you pick up the casey. Musk grapes christmas album. I did not. But i very possibly will based on this conversation and just your one sentence of asking. Oh see see special to. She made a special. I don't know maybe apple's got it. I'm not sure maybe netflix's but she made a terrific old style variety type. You know. Hollywood special With some special guests at it. And she's just delightful. Casey must grapes. Can i hear elliott and garin. Why can't you guys bring suggestions like this into me. This is the guy's been here for literally forty minutes. And i've already got a movie a radio station and an album to by anna. Tv special four. Frigging things for the record. Sixty jimmy. that's why because they don't care about any of this stuff that you would i do. That's why i want to go on the record as saying that i had suggested that maybe it'd be a good idea if we the sinked up television shows or movies that we were were watching. I was told without without any hesitation. No we're not going to do that but quick because of this. Very point elliott. We don't want to sink it up. I want you to come in and go. Hey you know what i watched. The casey must graves christmas special. You should watch that. Oh thank you elliot. Here's what i watched this movie. There's conversation if we all watch the same thing now he'd you watch that i watch. What did you think. I thought it was okay. What'd you think. I liked it. Okay hey what else did you guys do over the weekend. There's nothing to talk about. Are you guys watching. Mink anyone watching on netflix. Weren't saving tweeted about it. I say that was elliot. What did you say elliot me. I was saying a friend of the show. Ben schwartz has been tweeting about the mink. How about you jimmy it. I have not as it is it in black and white. Yes is that deal breaker. But i have a. I'm familiar with the project of. But i have not seen a second of it but i is a great isn't as great as the tweets suggest it is different from anything else you've ever seen the great director. David fincher is behind. It is the story of the man who wrote citizen kane and had it stolen essentially from him by orson welles and it's re and gary oldman obviously great in everything he does is just fantastic. It's just so good. And so deep and so layered the more you know about all hollywood history the more you will you will enjoy it but even if you don't I think you'll still really watch it. It's just beautifully done and And this guy is. The is the grandfather of ben mankiewicz from from turner classic movies and joshua quits from dateline. Abc's his grandfather. Who won the oscar for writing citizen kane but yeah it's it's a special piece of programming and it's completely different from anything else. That's out there right now. You've got to kind of be in the mood for you know it's not on light fluffy friday night holiday movie. It's a little deeper than that. But i write that down your list jimmy. I think he'd enjoy that as well. Okay la gary gilmore. here jimmy. The problem is i've i've watched a few things. But i i don't i've realized over the years that if i watch something and i don't like it there's really no point in bringing it up because i found like a grump like there's no what you what you wanna hear about the new kristen stewart movie. It sucks okay. It looked horrible man. Yeah i watched that but but it's like what do we. What do we get out of that. Just I sound like a snob. I guess so. It's not worth it did. Not you didn't like the kristen. Stewart eating like the the happy season i didn't did you watch it. Yeah i thought it was pretty good. Yeah i also like the end of the undoing. European true for the holidays. I just feel like you grade on a curve if it's a holiday movie how christmas is it. How fun is this time of year to have it on. Yeah look into to watch the happiest season because you think you're going to add something new to your top ten favorite movies of all time light. It's lighter entertainment for the holidays. And i thought there was some good performances in it. I i agree with you up now. Matt no i i. It's this for people who don't know it's it's about a couple a lesbian couple. They're going back to one of their families for christmas. And on the way One says the one whose family does says. Hey remember when. I told you that i came out to my parents and told them we were a couple. Actually didn't do that. And now you're walking into a christmas. Where everyone they don't they think i'm straight and i told them you're just my roommate and so it's just one of those stores where like so frustrated the whole time and this is so stupid and i'm sure this happens a lot in in life but it's just an. It's such an aggravating circumstance to have to sit through an onscreen That's the other thing by the way. Kristen stewart is like she is she is like a like a magnet of charisma compared to the other woman in the movie really who is just like i cannot believe what a black hole of energy she is. I honestly like it was painful like it made me like kristen. Stewart more because please let me just let me let's focus on her a little more and then aubrey plazas in it for like three seasons. I'm like. Let's just have the whole movie about christmas during aubrey plaza. Because that at least has some something going into it. Aubrey was the best part of the whole thing. And you're absolutely right. You did find it hard to root for the primary relationship because they had no chemistry together. Who exactly you're you're absolutely right. Hey guess what. I just did jimmy pardo. I don't know. I just looked up to see. How many soundbites i have that you were on that. I saved in my system show really. Would you be interested in hearing any of that. Well hang on. How many. I i'm going to say you have four. It looks to me like i have about fifteen. This is audio that have jimmy. Pardo's name on them. Well let's not spoil them all. Let's let's hear a couple of them and then the next time you're on we'll drop it a few more all right. Here's the swing bello. Everybody indeed welcome back to the program boy. That boy had a tough time about come back program program. Let me take a break and take the program back. But an awful. I talked through living. I managed to mingle that entire consent. Got back to program comedy coming. I love i love not only is it a drop but the you had to go to the trouble of bleeping it the old radio days. Yeah and. I think. I might have heard that. I'm one of the podcasts. That i thought. Oh that's that's good for the opening show montage put you that. Very flattering all right. Here's another one jimmy to hang them up. Hang up on hang up hang up hang up hang up hang up hang up hang up hang up hang hang up hang hang up. Hang up hanging up hanging. Actually i used to use that. The kevin beats show where we were talking to a caller and kevin would keep going. We gotta get out of his play that drop to get him to try to hang up the phone. I met you remember what that's from. My guess would be that. Elliot said something stupid and you were basically saying just to like cut off. Basically cut him off. But i don't know like battle. I i suspect it was. It was from one of our one of our shows where we had callers going to well. That's what it would seem like. But i i've i've there's definitely been multiple occasions. Maybe what i'm thinking of is when you're like When you're just like turn off as mike. I you just said it. What very clearly hanging up hanging up. Do you do callers very often anymore. Guy's well we do livestreams with our paid subscribers. That are kind of like college because we talked to everybody. But yeah we haven't done a like actual. Here's the phone number to call you know call in. We haven't done that since the pandemic really. Yeah we're still new in our show. You guys are at twenty four hundred or something like that. We're like at episode twenty five or something so we're still kind of getting the mechanics of it and this most recent episode was the first one that we actually put out a call and said. Hey we're going to be looking for contestant if you'd like to be if you're going to be available this time hit us back and we re and that was kinda cool. It's kind of neat to be able to have include a listener in the show. But i just wondered if if it's worth as well i think it's worth it because i think it's a lot of fun and and especially back we're all in the studio together and you take the call and you're able to you. You've got the chemistry in the room and that guy's off on an island and so you're together in their separate but now it'd be he would just joining this mess or she was lady calling honestly gonna let people get back Back in a room together with you jimmy when this is all over or go nope i'm Isolated for life. I've been pushing for it. Since i'll say at the second week in march i thought one week of us away was enough but no i. I would like to be with people again. I would it. Yeah let me play. Let me play one more. Jimmy pardo drop. And i will take your advice and will save the rest in case there ever is a second invitation and i will play some more. I don't remember where this one came from. But i saved this for whatever reason go ahead. Hello go ahead speak. Go ahead go ahead. You're on with daddy okay. That's that's why. I see that way so now we know that's what happened when you take speak speak patients at all. You know oliver religion. There's the clip of of the the one gentleman who called in and was We had a bad connection with him. We were we were pairing up to play a game and we all had our partners except for matt and this guy was a little bit of a slow. Poke and matt said oh. Don't make me play with this slope and it made me laugh so hard. I fell on the ground and oliver literally watches that at least once a week. Because it tickles them. So much you. So how old is oliver now by the way he is thirteen years old. And what's that like to have an actual little man around the house. now you know. He is He's the greatest. We are very oh by the way have you been. Maybe don't really he. He's been talking and walking his sleep lately. I know that yeah scary. Remember what he said the other day. When i went in there. Yeah he said His i told my family about it and they cracked up it was. They were huge fans of this story but he came and he's i said Got the receipt. Got their seat and then you said what are you in. You're like no. I got the netflix. I got the net flicks join together. I got i got. I got it. Yeah so last night. I went in there so you just repeat what i say. I'll be here and you just repeat it. Okay so i go in. I say goodnight son. I give him a kiss and then he goes. Oh phone phone people. Okay fun people. So then when i asked him about it this morning he's like i don't know what i'm talking about. It was last night was phone. People and just wanted to confirm from people won't people we got the greatest being. We're danielle and i are very very lucky. Speaking of oliver. Let me give you guys your topic for this week's oliver's trivial very excited about this. We have a theme on this and we do you know what i feel like. I've been playing. We have two of them and we played I'll play one that we don't play as much. This one was he. Writing trivia always bothers down. Have his writings not clean. Where was he need. You a good thing about that is. It's quick maybe. That's why i don't play this forty five log. How long till he has his own podcast. You know so often that age people want to follow in the footsteps with their parents. Whatever occupation they have. Is that a possibility. Jimmy i think that matt elliott gairdner just counting the days until i no longer show up and he takes over. It's a junior at this point. That's perfect we were just before you joined us. I was very angry. That young boy ryan. Who does the opens up the toy boxes and such on youtube and so he's gonna be that game. I think i'm going to force him to go into show business in any given moment. Thank that those kids are making with those unpacking videos. Insane if you can catch a hold of one of those comments. Man jesus y. Apparently this kid ryan forty six million dollars. Twenty twenty six twenty six only twenty six. Why is bothering right. I thought forty six. The kitchen quit gene. Bean baxter with us all right. Here's your topic and your anywhere. Do zero and twenty five and You could win five dollars. From jeremy. herbal trivia tin officials officials is the category officials icy s officials. Got means pretty vague. Yeah sometimes it goes vague. Sometimes it goes way to specific. Sometimes it gets clever officials. Yeah i don't know what that means. Either we'll find out things going to be referee related. That's my buddy. Have their bet in grit. Yup yup all right the media right data me read. It here comes. The question. Here comes to question it again My son has horrible handwriting. now. Now i bet you that Bean probably knows this from having been radio here. maybe elliott. you probably know this as well for having grown up here garin. That's what you do. When you're setting us up for the mic failures. Not only idiot would not know the answer. This question says jimmy. Pardo las angeles anything. I don't under-. I don't know of even understand the question. What famous flyer is the official bird of redondo beach california. Oh dear god what. Famous flyer flyers. It's his hockey related. But well that's what i thought until you got to the redondo beach california part. Yeah what famous. Flyer is the official bird of redondo beach california. Why would he call a bird flyer. I mean unless he's just like the alliteration of famous flyer but it doesn't implies what did you say it implies that it's not a real bird that's again. I don't think we should talk it out as much. Everybody write down their answer. Just read the question one more time. I'm more than happy to do it. What famous flyer is the official bird of redondo beach california redondo of course down in orange county. If i'm not mistaken i think they're. They're doing a great job. Following the mass rules. I think you are sorry to say they were that matt by the los angeles county. Well they're still doing a horrible job in the mess. That's true that is definitely true. Of course my wife. And i always have the thing where we called it. We just go beach people right honey and they are just like its huntington really where they're having the bats orange county the demonstrations and stuff being. What's it like over there. We'll take a break. We'll go around the horn. Antibodies Answer and check in but having moved to the uk indeed. I want to say it was december of last year almost a year. Now that's right before the pandemic. How is the uk handling this. Do you think better or worse that you can't be worse than this but right is equal bad horrible. Good it's in the ballpark. It's very close. I think I don't think we're handling it as poorly as america did in only that even though i think some mistakes have been made from ten from prime minister. I think at least they're trying even have that in america. You don't even have a cohesive policy where people actually trying to help so i do think you give them some points for effort however we have a lot of dumb asses here in the uk as well. Who just like you're talking about. Huntington beach i mean every couple of weeks there's a rally with ten thousand people down in oxford circus piccadilly circus or someplace like that. Who are you know protesting wearing masks. And they just don't get it so we've got a lot of dummies. We haven't had a serious restrictions here as you have had in california. I mean first of all in the uk. It's never been mandatory mask outdoors for instance. We haven't had that. I think we've had a lot more things open for longer than you have. Which is maybe why we haven't beat this thing yet. But we're coming out of it. I feel good. I scenes were given today here in the uk. We're the first country in the world to start. Start as we call them jabs here. So we're all just really really optimistic. I mean the numbers are just staggering. I just i weep. When i see what's going on in some parts of america though i mean it really is just it's unbelievable. It's gone on this long. It's so so sad jimmy. I agree with you and And just to get away from your sad talk your ability to incorporate the uk lingo as your weight. Too comfortable with it to be honest with you. I don't i don't shedule and jabeen holiday. Stop it you're there a year. You dickhead well. I am a british citizen. I call this day born here and this is the third time i lived in the uk. So i have been around the block a little bit here so it does come more naturally to me that it would do a recent immigrant. I cert- i certainly hear from my friends in america. You're like why don't you speak english like we do. We admitted it. it's a little madonna. Like though everyday accurate. I just to start working on my accent. I guess yeah i disagree with me. I think it's bang on. Thank you very much all right. Let's let's take a break when we come back. We'll get an answer. We'll check in with karen and elliott and find out what they did over the weekend Matt of course but as a reminder what famous flyers official redondo beach california. We'll do all that and more right after this. Hey guys met here with some dates for gene. Bean baxter is on twitter. At clyde tombaugh that c. l. y. d. t. o. m. b. a. u. g. h. And his podcast cup of tea and a chat that's it's actually alley and being a couple of tea and a chat is available on patriots. Go to patriot. Dot com slash alley and bean a. L. l. i. e. a. n. d. b. e. a. n. Check out the podcast. What can you say about Being he's a legend in broadcasting and radio and You know allie great. This is going to be a great podcast. I'm going to check it out myself I'm running out of time to listen all these podcasts. Because we keep having great guests who have great shows. So i'm listening to all of them and you should too so check them out Unpatriotic and definitely follow gene. Bean baxter on twitter. Jimmy partisan twitter to at jimmy pardo. He's got a flappers date coming up. December eighteenth that is in the zoom room on flappers comedy dot com. Go there to get your tickets. He will be doing some Some storytelling some crowd. Work in zoom room. it's a seven pm show. 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Episode twenty-seven sixteen gene. Bean baxter zere hall of famer time radio hall of famer. I don't know if that's the official title of it but can i. Can i quickly ask a question. How do you get into the hall of fame twice. Yeah that's there are two different of fame. There's the national association of broadcasters broadcasting hall of fame which kevin and i got into in two thousand fourteen and there's a competing. I guess radio hall of fame and we were inducted there in two thousand nineteen. Okay got it. is there one in chicago. Well the radio hall of fame. I think maybe based in chicago the organization of it may be based in chicago. I think that's right. Yeah i think that was the thing. We're stephen gary were in gary. Refuse to show up and there was a lot of controversy like just show up a hall of fame. Just show up just show up. I agree it's It's very humbling to go into radio because you love because you fall in love with it and you're just grateful to be able to do it for a living and then when you get a call like that and you realize that your name is on a plaque somewhere along with know people don imus and people like john landecker and you know people you grew up idolizing yeah. It's very very humbling. I'm so grateful that i was able to have experiences. I was able to have in radio now just to be clear when you bring up. Don i miss it because you looked because you two are racist. Is that the reason why the two names did like i know. I know that. I said some dumb things near the end of his fifty year career but he had a lot of years where he was great. So let's i prefer to remember that way. All right very good. Nappy headed ho years of the years that i remembered was in his head like people. This the same thing really eric clapton. the go. yeah but i like the music before became nuts. Yeah but he had. It was laying douala's land dormant right. Now listen the and also but you know. I know you grew up idolizing rick dees now why did you not mention rick. Diseases name idolized ds. I don't like them at all right. I know i didn't i. Didn't he's the phony person who's ever been on radio. Everything about ricky's is what gave disc jockeys a bad name. As far as i'm concerned because everything was so superficial and sophie. I mean rick dees is the kind of guy who'd be like so good to see love you so much. You're such a big fan of and the minute that person walk said he's like oh that guy's an asshole never an honest thought comes out of his mouth and i but you gotta give them all the credit who had a bigger career in los angeles radio than rick dees. He was the gold standard. He had more listeners. I think that you know than anyone. In the seventies and eighties no one was bigger than brick dees. And by the way do still alive still doing a syndicated show and a countdown show around the world. Still making millions of dollars a year in radio working out of his His horse ranch in kentucky. All right i live the dream now. He's I i wish. I could do a good ricky's impression to entertain upwards of nobody had such a unique way of talking that i don't think was good. Job never understood his appeal now. Did you hold just go back against him. Or is that in a column in his favor. Here's a here's a fund your piece of jimmy pardo trivia bean When i lived in pasadena california between nineteen ninety-six nine hundred nineteen seven. Ricky's used to. I will listen to him every morning. That's the truth. He was the closest to stephen gerry. That at the time in the mid eighties that l. a. Had offer. So i listen to him and one day he had a he played like a name that tune and he dropped in just a. This was number one this year. Just that that long and i called in and i said i got through and they said here's jim for pasadena. What do you think. And i think that disco duck by rick dees and his cast of idiots and then rick dees thought. It was so amazing that i knew the entire titled richness kassovitz that he then gave me the hotline number. And i call any time to be funny with him. I think i use it a total of a one time. But when i started state of comedy he also had that that late night. Talk show for that minute and a half. So mike night. But my intro. Was you know him from the rick. D show the of the radio show twice out that yes. That's the fun piece of jimmy. Rick dees trivia. Are you going to write a book jimmy. You know what i've been bouncing around with my friend. Kyle ryan who used to work for the onion and a trying and i plan being was hayward pandemic. What a perfect time to write a book shannon. We both went. Hey this is too fucking exhausting during a pandemic. Maybe this isn't the best time for this all thought with all this quote unquote free time during the pandemic that we were gonna come out of it in the best shape of her life. We'd all be playing the ukulele. We'd all be multiple languages. All we've done is gained twenty five pounds and watched everything netflix's has to offer one hundred percent. That's what i've done. I would i. Would i would like to preorder your book right now. Ever cubs out. I'd like to be the first sale. Because i think you've got stories to tell with all the years of everything that you've done with all the different facets of your career from the record companies to the television and stand up got story. You guys were with me on that. Jimmy should write a book right. Yeah yeah except for the fact that he's constantly telling us that he's not a writer that's the only thing that's getting in the way of it. That's the only thing slowdown in this pandemic. Pandemic get back to the you know. The typewriter has dacoven. So i can't go. I can't use it covered with cove. I love that. You're going to write your book at a typewriter. I don't understand you have to do so is that that's not how sir i've seen misery processor. No actually just use your mac just your apple laptop. Just sit out with that and just go to town joe. I see interesting okay. Well i'll tell you. I'll take your advice. I've already got the other four things you suggested made so you might be right about this as well. All right. Being baxter's with gene bean baxter. Four time emmy winner meet. Its question to you. There was that time where they were kind of giving every morning team. A shot at that. Joan rivers era that late night. Thing that ross shafer ended up doing and i think stephen gary might have done a week on it as well they did. They ever come to you guys to do a late night. Talk show no. They didn't do a little bit of tv. But kevin and i both realized we were bad at it. And i don't think we i think we've been wasting everybody's time if we'd gone further and it just wasn't a skill set where it's a different kind of skill in television. Doing radio guy like you can do both. I think i'm much more comfortable. Just being buying a microphone so we did. I mean we did some. We had some appearances. Rana gosh what was his name. Creek gilbert creek kilburn. Show is gas stuff like that appearances here and there but they never looked at us as the next the adventures of mark and brian. If you remember that shortly show they had a sunday night adventure show where they would go out. Mark and brian with the very popular deejays on kahlo s in los angeles for a number of years and they would go out and they would skydiver they would go out and learn how to milk a pig or whatever they were doing that and They they always claim that the reason the show didn't last because it was on opposite sixty minutes with even back then in the nineties was a behemoth. I think it was just. It was terrible. Show no never. It never got to the point where kevin be needed to be on tv all right very good all right. Listen let's by the way a what you just said is always held true even my hero. Steve dowling garry meier whenever they tried television. Awful nightmare disastrous. They're great. They're geniuses at what they do all. Let's go around the horn. Let's check in with the garin cockerel. He's there at the desk in van nuys california. Garin how is your way. Did you work over the weekend. A little garan. I worked for an hour yesterday and then got sent home. Why were you sent home. The said it was too slow shows that holding true time we talked you. Beanie works at the barnes and noble the studio city california. The last time we talked you black. Friday was very slow and then you did. They even told you. Don't come on the saturday following. It is that being the case. There's a line outside the door. So we're because of the capacity is reduced. I mean there's a constant flow of people. But i guess not enough that it. Plus my back's been messed up for over a week so ridiculous. Yeah i heard that you were horn dogging over that harry styles. Vote couldn't wait to get that newham getting injured looking for it. You call me. I mean. I needed it. I take care of some business. And you're just a man again if we could all just enjoy the use of horn dogging over that harry styles a turn of phrase so you showed up for one hour and they literally said we don't need you go home. Ads really slow. Go home if you knew. How does it work in retail in two thousand twenty. Do you get paid for the hours. You're supposed to work or do you only get paid for that one hour you showed up. I only get paid for that one hour. Do you fight to stay. No because my back was already starting to hurt. And he's like you know what i find pleased. I'll just go if you need to leave. I will go. i don't i don't care. Yeah so i'll get paid for that. One hour is ridiculous. Yes so that was fifteen dollars in. It cost me nine dollars in almost ten dollars each way to go to work at home. So yeah i you know what. I gotta get a bicycle bicycle today. What's happening. i'm he's getting my old bicycle. I got a new bike. So i'm dropping off at his place after this. That's very exciting. No here's tall. Lanky body on a bicycle. It's gonna look a great great is it's always. It was always a little too big for me. Because i got it. This is a very obscure story from old. Never not funny episode. But i went to the sports authority looking for a bike and they had the wrong price on this bike. It was like one hundred dollars below what it was supposed to be. And so i just bought it before. They figured out that they've made a mistake. But it was the wrong size. So it's the perfect size for garin which is nice great. Congratulations on your new bike. That sounds exciting. That's going to be dollar savings to and fro is replacing the lock it up so they can allow you to lock it up. I mean i'm going have to see if i can bring it in the back. I don't wanna leave it out. I've had to frigging bike stolen from this place as it is. I didn't happen again. Gary do you think you could talk trump in new kit in the crowded shout. lock it up. You can try. Is he got a campaign. Rally up here i. I'm sure he's going to find one for himself to show up at things look latina panicking looking for a drop in right eat anymore. Oreos perfect one damage that forty two years of brilliance. Just finding that exact knowing which one to go to god damn it we need. drop it fellas. Oh okay look. I'm just saying. Maybe i'm the guy you hire and my only job is never crack up. Might just be the sound bites hot. I've always thought that would be a dream. Gig would be because this show is not enough of a mess with four white dudes. That don't shut up too quiet guy. Just doing drop ins go get a job. Get a job. That's our president very proud. Garin are you taking taking the medicines for the back. The tram at all the carbon mall what do you well. The muscle relaxer. They were going to give me ran out at target and every other madison may wanna give me interacts with whatever else. I'm on okay. So can i recommend this go. Just go off the off the shelf with the title. All eight hour arthritis go with that. Okay it works and you know me you know. I've been in horrible pain. It does wonders and actually a fan of ours just sent me an email to a product that may help you a lot garrison either link. Yeah because i'm It's called cocaine. Land damn near done pharos enormously stingy with drugs here in the uk. You can go in in a lot of pain and they'll say tylenol. There's no such thing as giving you there's no there's no opioid addiction problem here in the uk because it's impossible to get they just do not give you things like hydrocortisone invited and things like that. They just don't exist here. It's not part of not part of the national conversation at all. So yeah so you can be in a lot of pain and tylenol is the best you can do here but with an is as a as a patriot over there. With who's addicted to drugs. How is that affecting you are you. Are you getting your. Your supply just dried up just not. I mean you know. We've had some things sent from friends in america and they just label it candy. You know so. The box doesn't which technically kind of his kiddie but hope that the box does it get open but yeah we've had some stuff sent over for emergency use. Absolutely you know what i want you to do. You don't have to do this. But i would like you to do. This is You guys talked at length about this mint tea. Biscuit on your podcast. Which matt belknap. I think this this might re the description of this thing right. It's not the same as a jingle jangle from trader joe's. But i think that you and i would become addicted to these things but i don't like mitt those that's right you're a mint guy. You're not a guy am meant guy in that. I am anti meant. Yeah that this is the viscount minty biscuit that precedes the girl scout thin mint and is similar to but far superior to the girl scout. Thin meant. I'll be happy to send a package tim if you'd like to try it. They're real good. I have to try it Just hearing you to talk about it. Non stop like. I don't know why just supply in advance. You should sent everybody. The viscous could have been talked about it. I'll i'll be happy to send it to you like it. Just got my first single angleton. Jimmy how'd that go. I haven't even opened yet speaker jingle jangle. We watch that netflix. Jason how is that with with forest. Whittaker right forest whittaker Antica noni rose Some other folks We loved the first half of it and then it fell off a cliff. Matt how did you feel about it. Remember what i said earlier about. It's not worth bringing up things that i've watched thing was. That was a fucking train wreck. I it's like it's so boring it was incredibly boring to me And and like the musical numbers. There were fine. The songs were fine but it would just didn't mean anything. Nothing meant nothing had any weight to it or any. I didn't care about anyone i was. It was a crazy crazy It looks very nice. The production value is insane. But it's just like what who. And i know a lot of people like it. I cannot wrap my head around how people like it. By the way i'm gonna get i'm gonna get yelled at my wife and son did not love the first half. Oliver liked the first half. I think danielle was out early. I did love the first half and i was like. I'm really enjoying this. And then the one song that the little girl sings oliver actually rolled his eyes. And said it's every cliche musical In this in this thing and music song and And then from there were kind of went downhill though and then he was very. The script was a mess he had. The script is insane and like even at the beginning. Like i don't know why we're supposed to root for the guy that they tell us we're supposed to refer. It seemed like he was dick to his apprentice and his apprentice makes a weird choice. But it's like. I thought the story was going a totally different way where it seemed like the apprentice the hero of the story but then he becomes the villain for for strange reasons Just yeah. I don't and it's not really a christmas. Looks like christmas but it isn't what oliver says. There's no reason that should have been based on christmas. No christmas this to it at all. It's just so frustrating mask or question. Police at being held on. What second is is the floor open for questions just about the board. The board is the board says. We are open for veterans. Okay go ahead. That interruption in no way destroyed the momentum of my job. Why are you dressed like woody from toy story. Two the cowboy hat on absolutely be woody from toy story being you simple. Simple man data routed. So it's boba fett his it. Yeah i haven't seen the mandalorian boba fett. Apparently he's got a new designer. Since last time. I saw star wars Says the classic boba fett being okay all right but it does look jimmy joke barely do it be a favorite Right l. i guarantee anything else. We need to talk about the before i move on. Yeah really quick this The never funny curse may have. I may have wielded that power somehow so late last year. I was asked to join this celebrity death pool game. Yes i was like. Oh okay why. Not so. I did it and i picked a few names. And i'm like this is gross. I don't want this. I don't like this anymore. Like it got really like. I felt morbid done so i left it and then i got a message from a friend of mine. Who's running it. And he's like by the way here the updates for this thing garin. You're tied for the lead and you're in ahead by the hits of people like the names that i picked. I picked kirk douglas. He's jerry stiller. He's passed away. Carl reiner sean connery. And alixter back. You picked all those people. I picked all of these people. I mean trust them all for beck tobacco. New is was sick but That's crazy that you went five for five. Yeah i don't even remember a picking any of them. I think i remember picking kirk douglas. Because he's over one hundred that's a dow is also. It's insane crazy saying that. All those people you in money. He's going to give like a twenty five dollar prize. I don't know what it's going to be when you send you dropped out. You didn't four forfeit Any winnings no. I just stopped picking name some. I'm going and going and how does how does it work for the year. I think i think it goes. I thought you just pay once. And then that's it right. I mean that's because. I just put a phone book in there and then i would automatically win. Okay yeah i think he may. I don't even remember the rules. Maybe you pretend to matt did you. Just say okay under your breath. Yeah and it was the right to say. I agree with okay phonebook. Celebrities are in the phone book and also didn't we do a death pool like season two of this thing and then we realized the same thing like this one. I think it was season one because because smitty was still on the show and we. I think we have the exact same thing we were just like. This is gross. This is weird yet. We do have the curse. So congratulations on your success. Guessing dead people. Yeah it was interesting to see. That's your catchphrase right. I guess dead people are to schimmel. Am it's out my business card. Same lamb all right. Gary get an answer. What famous flyers. The official burger of redondo beach california. I have never stepped foot in redondo beach california. But i'm gonna guess the albatross. The albatros illness. What you guys are to this. God damn show you think is look at being or you get an truckdriver thought. I had it. I don't have you ever sort of albatross by fleetwood mac off the song. I thought you were going to go to from monty python mike. Let's ross. ross. Now i'm an albatross drp. Sargus elliott may be doing a character. Money act out from elliot. Hochberg elliott the bread guy. He's there in california. Keeping thing safe. I was in your area last night. I stopped over there at the bajour. Got some dinner for the family. The lineup sort of panda express. By the way was you would think people like the announced Hey the lockdowns coming. You better get your average chinese food. Now there had to be fifty people lined up outside penn express. A woman pulled up at a car went. Are you guys are waiting in this. And they all want. Yeah and she's like fuck this and drove away from generous by calling it average chinese food by the way. That's maybe a worst chinese food. You can buy Well fifty people disagree with you. Yeah yeah going to panda express. But i can't imagine waiting in line for more than three people deep it takes we have to name. I'll tell you that. I posted the other night. You post panda express like ten minutes. What did you get from. Penn expressed that you couldn't get anywhere else in europe chinese. I got some honey. Walnut shrimps and teriyaki chicken. Some brown rice actually white rice. They were out of brown rice. That night here here bring this country back. I don't over this country. A president speaking of our prison jimmy. You can't be happy with people eating chinese food. Where virus comes from point you and listen to. You're going to be happy with china. Joe i saw so guy saying facebook today. Yeah you go ahead. And just to support china joe goddamn. You're he makes his hats in china. You dumb fuck frustration elliott. What's going on in poems. I will tell you this. I almost at my house on fire. We what do so. I'm sitting here at this very desk. That i'm talking to you through and i had been I had some some cheap Chicken nuggets frozen chicken nuggets and didn't like the way they worked in the in the toaster oven. So i'm gonna fry these up. Make them nice and crispy so I had done a round of that and That was all fine. And then i said you know. I'm going to have some more. So i went and i heated up the oil and then i come back to do a thing and i forgot that i left that going. Who's i'm sitting. And i'm doing whatever it is then all of a sudden i see and i look over and there's forcefully i picked a very small pan but there's like a six inch diameter fire out of the pan and i was like. Oh crap what do i do so the first thing i did was i covered it with a with a with a cover. So i'm gonna try to snuff it out get the oxygen out of it. Because i know you don't put water on it because that's the worst thing to do The next thing i did was i turned off the heat but i have an electric stove so i did one thing that you should never do but it worked out okay. Which is i then. Moved the pan from that burner onto onto a burner. That wasn't cool. I waited for a few minutes. I open the top up. It was smoking and then it's under fire again. Whoa oil does because it wasn't that that fire got into it. It's that the oil gets so hot it just spontaneously goes on fire east us. What flower for that position just lower. I did not see any of that. But i put the put the top back on and that took care of the flame then the internet so i went and looked into what they said was First of all they told you do not move it. So i said okay. I won't do that next time. And then i i they say get a Get a little tower. What's that we'll get a wet towel and then put that around the po- they actually say to use that to cover the pot because if it's wet it won't catch on fire but since i'd already had a cover on there i just put the wet towel around. That man is left. That and i was sitting here. I mean it was still hot for an hour. I'm sitting here just waiting like is that going to be okay is that you'd have i done enough is somehow going to still be on fire inside of there. I mean the physics say that it shouldn't but and so it and then it was. Everything was fine after that. But i- charming story unfair where he was waiting waiting on that. Was we have time for that to know that was a filibuster elliott. That was. I was wondering. Did they ever take a break. Like in the middle of one of his stories. Just come back into here the end mentally yes every time l. You you have a way of you. Almost burn your apartment down and we all lost know how else to tell that story. I thought it was fine with different words. Ha here by the way. Be beamers on radio for forty two years not on video so when you see him blowing around his studio Being you're on you're in video app. Sorry about that. Go on tv. He's always exactly. I'm not used that. Look nobody's looking at a the star. Power on this podcast. Nobody's even paying attention to him during that story. Look at anywhere else. But there i contacted will and do what i bet. I bet the incident in the kitchen lasted seriously less time than you could fit three times. The you telling the story next possible next time. Just make a video and show it to us quicker magic being that asshole guy. The guy who videoed his house being burned out because he wanted to catch it before he put the fire. But you could fly me over. Pick me up at the airport drive to your house and let me see it in person in less time work. I don't know if i'm allowed to do this being. But i'm going to do what i would do to these gentlemen if they gave me that. Oh yes you could do that. Sure flip the guest. He's got three oscars for him. He's heard yeah that's right. that's right. Art elliott your answer famous flyers official bird of redondo beach california all right. I scratched out the thing that that just popped into my head because it didn't fit the famous flyers part. I'm thinking it has something to do with howard hughes. I'm probably wrong. But i'm gonna say spruce. Oh the spruce goose sure. Yeah that's a good guess. That's a good guess today or also pay off five dollars wait. Why are we paying five dollars. I missed that what happened. Why are you paying me five dollars. Because we all had to listen to that story we feel compensated. I'm sorry i'm sorry. Why are we paying you five dollars. I missed that fun matt bill. What's your guests here. I kicked her on a few things. But i i just had to go with the to me. What would be the most obvious answer. Which would be an actual bird and i so. I said seagull. She go their famous very famous flyer. The i don't know why that would be famous. But it's it's everybody knows seagulls right. I mean right. You see a the first thing you want to do is take your picture with it. Get an autograph. That sort of thing i wanted to say sandpiper for a reason but i'm like sandpipers aren't famous. It's fun to say though it is If the question sarcastic mobile find out and by the way this really has a grounding line afterwards I'm going to ground my son for this question. And the wording i I know the the grounding was confusing. Because we're talking about a flier. So i probably use of that gene bean baxter from the podcast alley and being a cup of tea and a chat. What's your guess. You're being what famous flyers. The official burger redondo beach california as i have frequently heard other guests. Say on the show. I wrote this down. Even though i know it's wrong but i feel obligated to retreat something. This is a famous actual real burden. And i wrote down. You can't see that roadrunner. The road runner is what i wrote about the cartoon. Bird other the real. They're also real. But we know some cartoons like i said not not the right answer but i i had to come up with something that kind of speaks to my thought of like maybe famous flyer in air quotes. There are no air. Quotes here The coach at all in the piece of paper there might be the could be ink smudges. You know my son's writing. Here's the art. My guess is and this is. My guess is completely stupid. I liked the idea. And you'll appreciate the use of bird here being since you're from the uk now they to ladies as birds over there forty years ago. Yes jimmy. i'm talking to you who exactly I went with amelia. Earhart earhart cheesy famous flyer. That crossed my mind as well. Yeah bird interesting. All right here we go. Here's your answer your answer. But he's in he's locked in. The answer is a good answer. The goodyear blimp goodyear became the official bird in nineteen eighty three. It counts as a bird but there you go all right blimp. nobody got right. I that is a fascinating answer and a lot of credit to oliver for pulling that question. But we've all driven down far enough on the five on the way to san diego. Where we've seen the goodyear blimp off on the side are sold but that's not in newport is it carson is internet carson. Yeah sounds right. I wonder what the connection is with newport with the blimp. though that's always flies over redondo beach when it goes to do. Its its various business. Maybe a loop or maybe maybe it was Made in redondo. Yeah yeah question though. Oliver i i will tell you this I still in fact we saw it yesterday. Because it was over the s-o-f-i stadium because they were playing football there yesterday having grown up in chicago and seeing the blimp very infrequently and now we see it. I see it every day. Because i live far enough south. See that thing just going out for whatever they're doing burning off gas The charge charge every time. I see the goodyear blimp in fact yesterday. Look there's the blimp. And he's like we saw yesterday. I still get excited. You see it out the window. Yes i see it out the window do they are blimps eventually gonna be replaced by drones like Do we need the blimp anymore. Oh that's a great question. I think as elliot for advertising. I guess it's still serves a purpose but I saw some kind of a video where there was like a like a galloping reindeer out of drones like they were all lit at night and they were just it was just like this. They somehow manage to make it like a moving moving. Three dimensional message in the sky doesn't answer my question at all. I know but. I'm saying i'm saying what what would be more impressive a blimp with with a moving message on the side of it or a galloping reindeer with your brand name on her okay okay good well. This is not surprising. Took a long time. We get to that point elliott point very valid but the fact that we had appeal of layers. Look i am so rattled on this show. Just as a general rule i know you are. It's unfair and then being comes at you hard to. He's a listener. I feel broadcaster with with so many heisman trophy. I we've learned from the passes that when a when a guest is someone who listen to the show they feel like they've already earned the right to attack elliott. I put in my time. I kind of feel like. I bet i erin five. Five garin elliott boy. Fourteen fourteen matt in one thousand nine hundred nineteen hardcastle being. I picked taylor swift favorite number thirteen thirteen. The baker's doesn't i went with two. I went with to go jimmy. Pardo wins once again. Is that the second time this season it may be. This is sort of a record for me. Not having knowledge just for Maybe my bet did win for knowledge. Once go ahead. I have a question. Go ahead even four times including today. I e wagers one correct answer and Well i'm very. I've never been prouder going to question for gene. Bean baxter. Yeah it sounds like your big taylor swift. Fan like myself and like karen Did you watch the no. You're not not at all. No i am. I just shaking my head. Because i can't. I can't say yes fast enough or loud enough. The biggest taylor swift fan. But i've not yet watched the folklore special. Because i have very little time to watch tv. So i tend to only pick stuff that my wife will watch with me. She's not interested at all. Gotcha and i had to phrase it that way. Because i didn't wanna say waiting for my wife to be out of the house so i could watch taylor alone. Get the idea. I adore her in fact when the spotify unwrapped came out last week. You know where we all found out what we most listened to on spotify for the year. Taylor swift was number. One artist in cardigan was my number one song of the year. What was yours jimmy. I was going to ask you that anyway on spotify so i don't know you're not okay but if i was it would be. It would probably be ause. who'd understandable. that's what i listen to great. They're great What's your favorite taylor song. That right now. I love betty That is great but all time Actually i don't even know if betty like with the new album i feel like it keeps shifting around like if i bet he was the one that grabbed me and now i kind of like I don't know there's like there's like a five really great ones that i that it's an incredible album and it does reward you the more you. Yes i agree i. I'm still old school. Fifteen love story. You belong with me. Those are probably still my top three all time when i when we all knew and fell in love with taylor in the first place. I still never get tired of those songs but yeah it's a tremendous artist and by the way i know we're wrapping up here jimmy but for another time. She doesn't get enough credit because she's a woman and she's predominantly a pop artists and in many of her in the audience are young females. I think a lot of people write her off as being inconsequential. She is a great singer and songwriter and deserves all the claimed that she gets. And i just would like to stick my flag on that. She's a tremendous artist and should be taken seriously Garin you've been saying that. Since the day. I met you and matt You concur and so. That's three people and i don't know why i don't listen to her because Everything that i do hear it. I i like so well that the new album is the one for you to to maybe get into because i think it's the most singer-songwriter e And and sort of what's the other one with the with the lady A lady's name it. Betty is that the one. I'm thinking of bed from folklore. Yeah that's tremendous song. Yeah you would like to in fact this album and you loved ause this album. You can play right next to the dazs album in their. They're seamless. I mean they go together both cut from the same cloth. I really urge you to spend some time with. You'll enjoy it all right well. Listen i won't listen to governor matt apparently for five seven hundred and now you know why we don't make suggestions point all right. Listen i'll do it. You've won me over a four leaf clover. all right. listen jamie back has been our guest. you wanna listen to his podcast. A you gotta jump through hoops But it's worth it. He and allie do a great job. Allie mackay who of course was a television personality and radio personality and There was on the kevin and bean show. I want to see the last five years of sun right. Yeah that's about right. It true or false alley is going to also be a guest on. Never got funny in the coming weeks. We don't ever talk about upcoming guests wien. So that'll be edited out. That's fine okay. Good we also don't you don't have to jump through hoops. She just go to patriot dot com slash elian bean. You'll find the podcast. It's called a cup of tea and a chat and please join us. It's only twenty five cents a show. I think it's worth it Aren't you enjoying being that. Were wants behind. A paywall exclusively as matt and i were tire show. Don't you love the people that say it's ridiculous that you're charged so much and you go. It's seventeen cents and i no complaints with our subscribers. We call them the tea baggers. They have been wonderful. I mean the pandemic was tough for everybody. We heard from so many people. Jimmy and. I'm sure you get the same response from your listeners. Who have that bright spot in their day. Thanks to never not funny and it's the same thing with us with a cup of tea and chat. they're like. Oh my god is miserable is everything is with all the bad news is going on. It's so nice to get away from that for an hour and it really does make you feel like You know you're not just sitting around telling jokes you know you feel like you're actually contributed making the world a little better place and i know we're not doing real work but it's feels great. It really does. I- hundred percent agree with you and We do a thing. Where again something you guys have stolen from us. Pay our top tier people. They got a personal zoom. Call from me. I know you guys thing where you raffle off. And only four people get it they all get it in our version what we do for a month so eventually we'll get everybody in that stalker tear. Just because i've i've done a lot of phone calls and every single one of them that's the truth and matt governed that. There's not one where i've gone. Jesus christ was the they've all been great and But they all say exactly what you said that We are a very helpful during this pandemic. And i'm actually the pandemic's at we're gonna lose all our listeners. I so i hope this thing. Master longtime guys. I'm not gonna get jabbed for you a show me the door. Have i earned repeat invitation in like five years. Can i come back like five years that That little miscue seconds ago. That probably cost you everything you get down to get down to the final vote in survivor and i just one mistake and ended up losing a million dollars. I'll never ever forgive myself for it. Well listen came close being. You came close. You get enough rope. Try your luck walking away at least survived elliott story. You know so. I survived the fire. So we're all of course as a reminder. We didn't start that fire. Now let's stay safe. Everybody thinks so much for listening again. If you want to listen to i met this as well to the patriot. And then look for the elliott. Beat podcast which. I am very much enjoying. As i said. Last week i listened to ruined the new podcast from alice. Halley enjoying and Kevin oh chip. You know. we didn't talk about. We don't have time. I gotta go. I gotta go to the doctor Which will surprise nobody being. I'm sure being listened to a podcast. You and i do matt. And i'm fascinated to hear his take on it but we'll talk about that off the air. Leave that all the secret. Deaden weird boy. Do you know how to end the show. That's right strong. Leaving wanting more on behalf of the pop culture of van is california. There is the the bad backed one. That's garin cockerels. The fire starter. There is elliott hope burden palm california holding down the fort headquarters in. Sherman oaks california. That's matt belknap. From across the pond is people like to say because they think they're interesting. That's that's my friend gene. Bean baxter now into the show official thrilled to have manga hall of famer and rightfully so one of the best broadcasters. I've ever listened to him. What an honor to have him on this program. I jimmy carter. 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HOTEL - TAGALOG FICTION STORIES | MGA KWENTONG MULTO

Stories Philippines Podcast

09:24 min | 10 months ago

HOTEL - TAGALOG FICTION STORIES | MGA KWENTONG MULTO

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More Clients: How To Use Ethics To Get More Clients

The Virtual Entrepreneur

16:08 min | Last month

More Clients: How To Use Ethics To Get More Clients

"Do you ever wondered what motivates highly successful people in contrast the rest of society. Hello everyone and welcome to this episode of the virtual at japan i'm your host. Her betty incentive. You're new to this podcast. A very warm. Welcome now in a previous episode. One of the things that we talked about was essentially how to promote your small business by a heavier. The title isn't which was how to promote your small business and build credibility talked really high paying clients superfast. Even if you don't have credibility ed you've just set up online and you don't have any testimonials we don't have any leads. And how those clients superfast high paying clients in fact didn't get a chance to listen to the episode or wanted to go back and listen to that episode. Then you're done come back to this episode will be still here and still get a ton of value now. The notes from the previous episode and all the other episodes can also be found. Ed herbert marketing help dot com. If you wanna go and read those william listening it helps sometimes Some people prefer seeing both ridden while audio. So you have that. As well as an option now that i wanted to talk about how to use ethics to get more client and essentially these ties back to the episode where we were talking about comfort zone and the title of that episode. I think was called how to be highly productive by staying in your comfort zone and that might be coming to counter intuitive for some people and essentially it comes down to this. Most people have the wrong definitions of things. Not just the wrong definitions limited definitions and not just limited definitions limited definitions pointing them in the opposite direction. Right so if you didn't get a chance to listen to that episode. Gwen find that. Listen to it. It's going to prep you for this episode as well. It's gonna really really help you get a ton from this. 'cause i may miss some things that i mentioned from that episodes. There really is no order between that episode this episode but the but the appear on a touch about ease it all comes down to definitions right and the definitions ethics for most people is a definition that the picked up in preschool. The definition they picked up from when the teachers was talking about. You know the ten commandments. Knowing the act all those stories where you know the till kids in kindergarten in preschool. And so you'll find you know grown adult we've grown up into a world of society and we still using same cost that we learned much much earlier. We never got the chance to challenge them and forget they bland in the background. They become the part of the norm of how we act how we behave and look. I don't think it's always your fault. I don't think it's your fault. I think this happens. And i am learning this. I go. I also guilty of having used definitions that were given to me by teachers up downing preschool and what i mean by using the finish not given the time is most people think ethics is just. I don't shoot. I don't steal. I don't kill. I didn't hurt other people. I didn't take somebody's wife and then that is it right. So the lynch those commandments as you call them christianity or i don't know what you call them in other. It's called the golden rule in many concepts. Because it's you know do not have do not do to others who that tweeden not want to be done to you and so we don't question. This is an entrepreneur's this is very bad situation to be in. This is a very limited situation to be in because it's like running with one leg tied up right limits you in terms of how much more results equal help and benefit in your community see as entrepreneurs as business owners you essentially a change maker right and using limited definitions to solve problems big problems and achieve beagles just doesn't make any sense you already defining you go as a wrong thing in the first place then how can you achieve it for example if you have the wrong definition of success how can you achieve that which you're not even yet understand. How can you go about working to attain that which you do not even yet and stand and this can be learned right and i'll give you a very very close example here. Imagine if your child a daughter a son right and there are about three years old to three years old and if you have taught them that their house backyard is how big the world is if that is the entire world view if they believe that they're big yard is the entire world then. Guess what they'll grow up thinking they've seen the entire world they'll grow up thinking there is no where else to go. There is nothing else to do. And all these other wonders of the world will be lost from them. It'll be lost opportunities. And that's what i'm trying to really get about here And this is actually happening today in society. It's not like i'm making the story. Up may have exaggerated here. But there's a lotta people who believe an entire continent is a country. These are full grown adults in this happens and these people in businesses their ceo's. There're there are see years. I can't verify that but they are people you know if you have really spoken if you've traveled you know. This is the common trends of the public knowledge right and that is miss information right and information or misinformation. That's the right word there. But as so why tackle here is using the right. Words has a very important significance for as interference because we need to have the right definitions of the problems so we can address the problems and we need to have the right definitions of the solutions of success. Full outcome for example. I was listening to Rowan atkinson right The guy who act in mr bean. He's one of my favorite actors. He's just very good comic and he gave a speech about this idea of how governments are now coming up with articles to limit public speech. The freedom of free expression and this was in the uk. From as far as i can tell but he talked about how you know people have been arrested or questioned and even sent to prison for simply saying something that was interpreted as an insult. Now thinking you're stepping out of the realm of business here. No i am not. I am really within the realm of business. What i mean is this that limitations those limitations they have a very significant impact in our lives. Because the minute we start using the wrong definition the minute we start limiting ourselves in what we can do then our goals diminish and nobody ever gets excited about achieving good but achieving an average small goal nobody ever gets up by bed super excited to just attain an average small goal. Everybody wants to win right. So this idea of limiting speech and using the wrong definitions essentially they very similar to limiting your own speech. And if you limit your speech their bid to express yourself to reach your full. Potential is unlimited and as business owner. Few unleash the full potential new business. Guess what you want be so enthusiastic to communicate with your clients. You want to be the to deliver the best service you could for your business to help your team become the best at koby because you yourself i limited and if you are limited how could you help you team how could you give your clients the the services that they so deserve from you that your business could deliver that you are capable of delivering over delivering and so this really ties back into that and i'm going to bring it down and i believe personally i believe as a business owner as an entrepreneur. Virtual enterpreneur sola preneurs. Whatever kind of preneurs you think you are a woman. oh woman. I believe that if you problem solver if you had change maker if you build a business that sold very needed problem even if it's not needed if it's just entertains people that is a need people are paying you. That means they need your service. If they're paying you willingly that means they need your service right if you are delivering services that you believe those services are benefiting life making it better making it worth leaving making it worth enjoying meant right. If you're delivering services. That are doing that to humanity. As a whole. And not. Hurting than i think i believe to be very very true that then it is your duty obligation an ethical responsibility to ensure that people have access to your services have access to your product. Now i'm gonna try and refine what i mean here okay. I think what i'm talking about here. Fundamentally is this if your products and services are not harming people in any way if they fit into promoting the way of life promoting life growth feather right then you have duty to countryman you have a duty obligation and of course belichick countryman till community to your family to your neighbors to give them these solutions to bring them into business and help them get those results and sometimes it takes educating them their new products everyday that you wouldn't have known how to use and so yes the is going to be a little bit ignorant and resistance in the market. Initially but we come this by realizing that it's our duty obligation responsibility and so when i say using ethics to get more clients. What i mean is realizing if you don't do it. That was your ethical responsibility. Because you have the solution because you are the problem solver. Who has solved this problem and people need that solution right. And so this should essentially motivate you write. It should essentially get you up all kiss excited and committed as well as it should help you find those clients and help them. Even when they don't understand at first and believe me most clients do not understand it at first it takes them seeing someone else. Take the first step and then walks. And that's why we have this cycle of the early adopters. You know then have the middle of the curve then have late adopters who wait until everybody has used it before they can jump in but the goal is that so using ethics and what. I'm really learning from the business owners and highly successful enterpreneurs. What i'm seeing they're doing is they. Consider the ability to deliver the services as an ethical obligation. And i kept hearing them saying this concept as an ethical obligation and couldn't understand why they'll be so convinced and so convicted and so committed the what. I'm trying to use the now. So committed to really bring their product selling it from such a deep place of understanding that this thing they've built console the problem. It's going to improve the way of life and because it's going to do that. It is the ethical responsibility the obligation and duty to make sure that the men women and child families neighborhood communities countries have these solutions. Because it's the only way to progress forward. It is the best way to progress forward. So that is what. I wanted to share with you on this episode. So if you're gonna use that as a way of motivating and even communicating to your client. This is my obligation to ensure that you get this result for your clients for your customer. As a matter of fact if you read the books that with why. Simon sinek talks about starting with y and if yeast is you're really and if this is your ethical if this is your duty ethical obligation and if it is your your ethical responsibility your duty obligation ethical responsibility then you understand. This is your wi right. This is what drives you and this is what propels you and inspires you so i hope you got volley from this in this inspires you to go towards those clients and giving them one more call mama visit one more email explaining to them. Hey this is going to get this for you. I believe it is miss. It's a mistake to very big brand mistake for you not to take action because your company your team your clients u-haul business livelihood could depend on this so thank you so much for tuning in this episode of the virtual entrepreneur if you want more sales more leads more sales and more profits from your marketing. No matter what you're selling and who you're selling it to just visit herbert marketing help dot com can get started from the another thing that i wanted to mention. Ease the notes of this episode can be found as well as as well as More north from the previous episode on herbert marketing help dot comes a good. Let's get started today aside from that. Thank you again for tuning in. And i'll talk to you in our next episode of the virtual entrepreneur and has always have a wonderful evening.

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Michael Buckley

Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

1:09:58 hr | 7 months ago

Michael Buckley

"Hey everyone hi hello. Welcome to another episode of alice. Greg what are you doing here. Hey what do you mean what alison. Where'd you come from brag. I came from the world of childish. And i just wanna make sure that your listeners know that you're just is wonderful on the on the podcast you. What if they don't have kids donate donate them a lot of our listeners. Actually tell us they don't have kids. We talk about sex. We talk about all sorts of dirty stuff but also parenting. Yeah so the checkout childish new episodes every wednesday wherever you listen to podcasts aspirin. Hey everyone hi hello. Welcome to another episode of alison. Rosen is your new best friend. This is the first monday episode recorded in twenty twenty one. I'm very excited to welcome my guest. He is an old school youtuber. Very very popular and successful from the early days of the platform. Excuse me he hosted a pop culture and celebrity entertainment. Show very funny show called. What the buck. And he went on to appear as a correspondent and a host on television and now he's left that whole world behind him and he's in denver and he's a life coach and evidently much much happier. I need to dig into all of this. Please welcome to the show michael buckley. Hello well hello. It's so nice to see you. I feel like this is such a lovely reconnection reunion. first time pod. i just. I'm so happy. I feel like we've been friends yet. Not friends for years. And i'm just so happy to connect with the ill same and we should be full disclosure like so many connections that are happening in this pandemic virtual connections. This one was beset with technological difficulties. It almost seemed like it wasn't going to happen. So i feel already like we have overcome something and now we're we're trauma bonded totally trauma bonded and it's like this is already more fun because it was a journey to get here. We had a zoom issue. We issue. I didn't know how to use my microphone because like i told you i'm a hundred years old and then i figured out my microphone and you're like yeah. I still don't think you did it right. So then we figured out your phones and so it was four or five steps and a chicken salad sandwich later and here we are here. We are ready to make the best episode. Ever of alison. Rosen your best friend here. We go. I mean. I like to elect claim. They're all the best. But i know that you're very into positive. Psychology positive psychology. I am wondering. And i'm very into psychology. But what specifically is positive psychology. So positive psychology. It's interesting because i remember. I was a psych major in college. And i remember study disorders and pathological hangs and realizing by software your that. I wasn't that interested in traditional psychology. I didn't want to diagnose people i didn't want to go freud and you don't rabbit hole of why are you like this and what's going on with your mother and again. I think you know a traditional psychology tends to be. What's wrong with you. I think positive psychology more. What's right with you. So i mean i don't want to ignore that. There is lots of pathological things in the world and i do think of positive psychology as a slightly different field and i just i love it so much. I think it's just so interesting. And so fun. And so life affirming and so yeah like it feels like a different category but for someone like me. It's just a much more fulfilling an interesting category to study and be involved in so is is it a school of psychology like are there therapists who are practicing positive psychology or is it more in the sort of self help zone. I mean i'm sure there are therapists and people who are licensed practitioners who are using the tools of positive psychology like there's plenty of hd levels psychologists who are totally in the world. That's what their resources and that's what their client says so totally so right. And i don't think i like. I think they coexisted. I think they can be beautifully complementary to each other so i mean my coaching credentials are certainly not medical credentials. I mean life. Kuching is totally goofy field. That you could literally go on twitter right out and say i'm a life coach and like it's a joke on a sitcom if you ever watch on the connors like aunt. Jackie laurie mad is like i'm a life coach and the whole audience last. Or if you watch. Mom allison janney. Like i'm her life coach in the studio audience. Bersin rain laughing. So i understand. It's very goofy non-regulated field. But i think it's also very powerful and i think at twenty twenty one. I think we all benefit from coaching. Coaching is an interesting field like he did this kind of consulting consulting your brain. It is kind of exercise and fitness. It's working out your mind so again the way you talk about it like what. I started coaching. I remember heated by father. Say to me. Why don't you tell people you're consulting right because you you think. It's out so goofy that i tell people that i'm a life coach. I'm willing to have people go. That sounds dumb. Knowing that i'm the product of life. Coaching and i also do very powerful work with people. So yeah as i knocked by technology earbuds. What's an earbud had these years. I'm like ooh earbuds happening over. Say i can't laugh. I'm so bad at that. So if you're just listening to this please know that. I just literally knocked by earbuds out by ear. Not once but twice. That was amazing though. That was who's like the. Who's a real you pop. Culture expert should be able to nail this one. Who's like the most famous clumsy guy. Mr bean is clumsy right. Oh my god. I love mr bean. I'll tell you a funny. Mr bean story once i was figure skating because i used to figure skating. I was a figure skater. At i did lots of commentary and stuff and this taught me a life lesson about never to to tell somebody who they look like. I said so. I was skating around and i told somebody who they look like they said. Oh joe joe. And i was like no. You look like mr bean. I ever so i remember seeing this boy does he know he looks like mr bean and so i did like he was just like so. Who do you get told you look like and he said joe jonas okay. So we've got. He's still has no idea. I think he looks like mr bean style gas. That is such a life lesson. I think unless it's like. Brad pitt or angelina. Jolie or something. You look like brad pitt. No you look like sean pan. Now that i have a moustache. Edward nor and when i was nineteen years old and balled i got william hurt and i was like i'm nineteen years old. I look like a forty year old man. So i've never necessarily you know. Oh you look like this guy. I'm like do. I thank you question. Mark so d- have we ever actually met. I know i used to do red eye. And i know that you were on red eye. Red eye thousand seven two thousand eight. It was goofy experience. I feel like. I blocked it out because i feel like as i tweet now about fox news and certain people i was like oh i sat there with them like i know these people. I know i talked it out. I've blocked it out. I was there. And i also don't even think i realized that it was fox news because i was it was the first place so they found me on youtube. They sent me emails. They set me car service to connecticut. Which like two hours away. i would show up. I would talk about things. And then maybe a year later people will be like. Oh why are you going on fox news like a car. I did pilots for them. I remember they did that. Lipson ears with courtney friel and i would talk about gossip. I don't. I don't remember i also fun fact about me. I took a lot of ambien from two thousand three until two thousand twelve. So i definitely. Some things are foggy. But i really. I've seen clips. i know. I've got clips i remember. I've we probably were on wants together. Bring about something remember. I know i have a similar thing with with fox because i am outspoken. Now but i was also. I've always been not always. I've i was gonna say i've always been liberal however my husband. Who is like incredibly progressive has told me that liberal to people who are really progressive the term liberal doesn't mean we think it means. Have you heard this too. i have in. That's why it's so weird. How in two thousand and twenty one. I feel like reexamining. All the language of how he identify like even in christiana christian and recently on facebook. I updated it. I'm a progressive christian. Because i want you to know. I a progressive christian. There's a difference at like what you're saying like right like oh. I'm a liberal. Those are different people than the people who support the progressive causes. So right i understand the the language of it right. So i've always not benefactor person even back back then i wasn't either but i've become i feel like it's more problematic to say that you've appeared on fox now and i did like a ton of shows because they they were really night. Everyone i dealt with there was really nice. They wanted to put me on tv. They sent a car fund. Make up what's not to love. Yeah i had a great experience i liked. I loved by producer. I love the co host of the guy. Who's on the five now greg. Whatever his name is who he was lovely to me. He laughed at everything. I said we had a lovely time. I had a great experience. It is interesting to see. The movie like bombshell hear about all the sexual abuse allegations because right. It's like oh. I'm sure i was walking around the hall and there was gossip innuendo in a very much allowed behavior. Where now if. I really did think about it. I mean all of us who went to work in the nineteen ninety s or the early two thousand. You worked in an atmosphere where you've probably heard plenty of sexual harassment and it didn't even occur to you to complain about it because this is just who we are and this is how we talk to women. I was watching a sound so silly. But i get i watch everything with a different lens now and so i love watching old tv shows and being like oh god like the way men talked to women in the audience is laughing and i was recently as already go off track but i think about this stuff all the time i was watching it episode of charlie's angels and like there was a nurse and she had there was an attempted rape and the angels sat down to talk to her and kelly garrett jaclyn smith looked at her and said why do you think he was a targeting. You and she looked at her and said well. I don't know maybe it's true what they say. Blondes have more fun like she made by. God he made a joke about an attempted rape and kelly garrett jaclyn smith just said and walked away our like there was no again. A woman getting attempted rape. Wasn't that big a deal. A man being disgusting to his secretary was movies and laughter and of course. That's so now it's interesting. how now it's like. No this is not who we are and we are but we don't wish to be this. Yeah so that was again. Didn't mean to derail the box like right. It's like there is a reckoning now in there is an awareness. Now we're i'm not gonna sit there and my ambitions were not so great that i need to go in this man's office and drop my pants right. You know it's interesting. I've been thinking about cancel culture lately and generally when people gripe about cancel culture. I don't agree with them. I feel like but its consequences and people that you're talking about. I feel like they probably did horrible things. And then recently someone that i've had on my show who i know to be a decent. I don't i honestly don't know him that well. But i believe he's actually. You might be aware of. It's been dad. did you fall. It's all those things the other day. Yeah okay and so. it's this guy john roderick. Who is in this band. The long winters and hosts a number of our co host. The number podcasts including one with ken jennings jeopardy who is potentially being held up to be like one of the to be the next host and he also ran speaking of progressive like on a very progressive ticket ran for office in seattle. And he did this very long. Wordy series of tweets about how his nine year old daughter came to him and she was hungry and he's like just put some baked beans at a pot and she didn't know how to open the can of beans and so he wanted her to figure out how to use the can opener. And it what i did not too long. And it was a little bit like it was indulgent for sure but all these people responded saying that the way he treated her not helping her making her go hungry was abusive and got like i mean a mob essentially came by the way. This is not even like the real news of the day right. Well as we record this got kicked off twitter aku happened but back in a simpler time of you know one and a half days ago. This was all going down. He has been put on indefinite suspension from his podcast network. People are like people then found tweets from ten years ago. that were problematic. But he says they were written in a sarcastic tone. Which i believe because given what his politics are i don't believe he actually would be using. I don't believe him to be antisemitic. I don't believe him to be racist there. People who would say it's not mine to say maybe not but still but anyway his life is fucking ruined over. This tweet thread and that made me go. Okay now we've gone too far and then it's like is is a problem with culture. Is it just that now. They've come after someone that you agree with. I don't know maybe maybe mob mentality is problematic. All over the place. I feel like right. It's like what's the consequence. What's the behavior and if behavior and the consequence lineup it seems to make sense and then right and then your brain starts going bump up. We can make exceptions full disclosure. I have i've gone through all my tweets believe me and if i've looked for certain keywords. I made terrible jokes. I went. I made. i'm never to be. I don't think i'm going to be very famous or in the public eye again but someone could go digging on me and someone could find something terrible and disgusting. I've said and i have apologized. That i made a video. Probably in two thousand and fifteen or talking about how i've grown and evolved into a different version of me that doesn't mean in two thousand and seven when i started youtube in my inspirations. Were really over the top on always in my brain. I'm not excusing myself. I knew exactly what i was doing but i was day. Nonsensical things on purpose. Like i cast myself in this role of this flaming homosexual who was ranting and then in my brain i was like but i'm making black jokes. Gay jokes lesbian jokes. Thin people jokes fat people jokes. Whatever jokes so right. I know better i do better now. And that's it. I'm a lovely person and so if somebody wanted to ruin my life. I always say i canceled myself before anybody could cancel me but by youtube channels on private. I probably have five videos. I said i wrote a blog post about it. Because i said i'm not on youtube anymore. It feels like i moved out of my house. And i've left it unattended for people to wander through so i don't need people again. I'm not embarrassed about things i said. But that's not who. I am in two thousand nine hundred eighty one so i'd rather make a first impression differently with you really get. I'm not embarrassed. I'm not ashamed. I'm not even really apologetic. But i am again. I'd oh i was hilarious. I was making jokes. That seemed appropriate at the time. That now they just don't seem appropriate. You know so. That's okay so let's get into your how y- your your story as a content creator and then your decision to leave. Remind me where you grew up. So i grew up in central connecticut about halfway between hartford and new haven. And you know. I always wanted to be an actor. I never a very good actor. And i thought i could probably be a tv presenter. I'm pretty charismatic. I'm pretty funny. Like i feel like what i would watch. Tv host unlikely talk show host. I'm like that's what i should be doing. And so in two thousand five. I made the decision that i was going to figure out a way to be successful as a talk show host. So i'd go to new york. And i'd go to those silly things that you pay money and you listen to people who are like the third level to your producer and they give you dumb advised and now i'd sit there. I'd be like what i can't believe. I paid two hundred dollars. You just sit here and That was the time when like you have to get things on tape. So i would make vhs tapes of me doing footage and reading. Whatever and and i did. I started a public access show in my hometown of wallingford connecticut. Just as a excuse and a way to get some footage of me in front of a green screen being telegenic and charismatic and delivering material. And i really just fell in love with it. And i remember i started doing it in may of two thousand and five and i would spend all day sunday twelve eighteen hours writing jokes writing scripts. I took it so seriously. I was so into it. It was like escape from. I had an office job. And i had one husband and i just i loved having this just for me like it was fun and so i started doing that. And that in two thousand six at my cousin who worked at the little public access thing is my volunteer helper of started putting clips on youtube and eventually someone like watched one of them and it was two hundred thousand views. And that's what my brain was like. Oh this is something joe. Maybe i don't even need to be on tv. I know about three hundred thousand. People are watching fox. If i get two hundred thousand views like this baby. I will just be on the internet and so beginning in january of two thousand seven. I started posting five days a week. I four as the what the buck show. I always i really was one of the first people having a show on the internet. I think there was rocket boo. I think there was like one was a series. But i was definitely one of the first if not the. I like talking head deliberating. A hot take on screen. And i did that and then i got the youtube partnership program became very successful quickly and i started making money like the second year and so by two thousand eight. I had an hbo development deal. I was working with sony. They were paying me lots of money to promote things. I was so funny too. I would reach out to people and say nobody knew anything about marketing. Nobody was a youtube manager. There wasn't a a full screener of maker studios. There was just me reaching out to sony. Pictures zeh. I really like your contact. I have a lot of subscribers. Maybe i could mention your things in you could pay me and they would pay me like thirty five hundred dollars a pop like i was a wheeler at a dealer like i was just making money and soliciting and i think back. I'm like i'm so impressed with myself. And i really entrepeneurship. I would just reach out to people and i would get brand deals. Are i would promote other things. So i was so wildly in love with it but because i was a first generation youtuber i really had no frame of reference for whereby career was going in what i wanted out of it and so you know what i look back at by youtube career i was like two thousand and six seven. Eight nine ten eleven. I was very successful. even two thousand and twelve. I would still like in the top twenty but at that point. I was starting to be like this. I gotta you know. I also liked it so much better when it wasn't that big when it was just a small little thing and there weren't that many other creators and i just loved it for what it was then by two thousand and thirteen. It was just like everybody was on youtube. And i just really had lost interest in it and at that point i was very interested in pop culture. I barely watched any tv. So i created this online persona of this bitchy gay guy who rambled about topics that i had no connection webs and so by two thousand and fourteen bhai life just exploded i left by marriage i just. I was drinking heavily. And i didn't want do this anymore but i couldn't fathom that. Oh god do. I have to get a job like really like what's it gonna tell the world like i made klotz money and now i'm gonna go get a job and so i mean for years i just i always tell people like i use the by last year successfully. I'd youtube. I probably made three eighty two three hundred thousand good money. Then the next year. I made eighty two so i was like half a billion. I love talking about body. So i've just dropping numbers. Because now the top rubbers make like twenty million dollars. But at the time i had a couple of years wide make five or six hundred thousand dollars which is a lot of money and then one year. I made three eighty two in my brain wet. Oh god you're in trouble and the next year. I've eight eighty two so i went from three eighty two to eighty two and then by year was drunk. Getting divorced dog die again. I make no money so it was just kind of like you know i. It was time for me to do something else. I always say youtube was done. I was with youtube. And so i very happily retired. The what the buck show in two thousand sixteen and then i spent the next probably year dabble legged content. Still doing some brand deals but working on becoming a life coach growing my coaching business and recent direct by contact bore as coaching and personal development. And so and then by two thousand eighteen. I was completely done in two thousand and nineteen tapped in occasionally. Because i was like. Maybe i'll do this as a hobby. I did have a couple more hours in the day. So i don't even think i was monetize or trying to be famous. I just thought to see if i could enjoy it as a hobby. Like i make my living doing something else but maybe it will be fun to do some content. I did it for like five months and then that was like no. i'm done. It's almost like being a professional athlete. I was a professional athlete. I played it recreationally briefly after now. I'm peacefully happily. So proud of what i achieved for ten years but so grateful and relieved to be on with my life in a different direction. Yeah the three eighty two to eighty two was that because of diminished views. Or you'd making less content. I was making lots of contents so one day in two thousand and twelve but the algorithm changed and again. I'm not play big youtube. I'm not blaming the algorithm. This is not a victim story. But i used to bake twenty or thirty thousand dollars about one. I made like eighteen hundred dollars and that was the moment i saw so people. Always they talk about the ad pakalitha or the whatever. I saw the moment for making easy lots of money to no money very quickly so it was a combination of the youtube. Algorithm did change in my earnings did take a hat. I also i did have lots of you. Know a lot of sponsorships that was committed for a year. So i had lots of like you do this. We pay you twelve thousand dollars about to do this. You do this. We pay you why it plenty of money coming in other places so that's why it didn't even matter like by youtube views were low. My ad was low. But i was still making enough but again there. Were still a disconnect. Between why am. I stay because it. Because i'm embarrassed that it's gone so terribly and that was the truth for a couple years. I felt embarrassed. I was like really because really. I'd go on youtube. I baker video. I'd have a million subscribers. I'd get no views. People would write. What happened to this guy. Until right and i wasn't that upsetting but it was the truth. It's like you've got to go do something else and so you know. I'm so grateful that. I had those years where i was kind of a mass and in confusion and an overwhelming. Oh woe is me and now being on the other side of it. It's like those were the most important years of my life like life is very easy. What you're making six hundred thousand dollars a year and people think you're sexy and going to have a line of people waiting for you and when you go to. I always say. I love what i know what it's like to be in ahead. I know what it's like to post a video on youtube and get hundreds of thousands of us right away ten thousand comments. Everybody's engaged and i know what it's like to post a video and get like ten comments so again and i know what it's like to go to bitcoin and thousands of people there cheering for you and i know what it's like when they have a big room in ten people show up and you're standing there like this is where i'm at so i'm so grateful that i know what it's like to be a head and i know what it's like to be flopped and that's the thing as a coach. I coach happiness. I co kolchuga. That's like i'm here for the human experience. So i like the good the bad the ugly the gross. So i think about those. Couple years of drunkenness and messiness and those were some of the best years of my life as i evolved into this different version of myself if you had if the the hits had continued. Would you still be there. So that's an interesting question. I i don't know how to answer that because i don't ever play like what if i were still married. What if i lived in connecticut. I don't really play those games with. I would like to think. I would have moved on because i really wasn't satisfied. I wasn't fulfilled. i wasn't enjoying it. I had many years where i would make video. And then i just couldn't wait to go do something else versus now coach for eight hours a day and i'm high as a kite like i'm i have so much dopamine and so much joy and i can't so versus you know when i could be a better youtuber now i could i have the mindset for it. I have the personality for it. That's why it's funny. People will be on instagram. But they're like you should be on tiktok or you should make i've done or people always tell. You should have a podcast. I don't want to do any of this. I have a job. I have a career by life is ridiculously satisfied in meaningful. And when you send in the opening i was happier now. I'm not happier now. It's not happiness is pretty easy for me. It's not even like i was unhappy. I was just you know just a little. It wasn't even happiness. It was just the purpose piece. The meeting peace and i peeked like like. I said you can only go to the olympic sobe times. I went to the olympics. I one. I don't need to go back to the olympics. I have nothing to prove. Yeah so it again. In ten years we might bite interview me. And who knows. Maybe i'll talk show host. Or maybe i'll have a podcast but right now. I'm just too busy enjoying life which this is the other thing. I did not do what i was a youtuber. I was constantly. I mean a little bit imposter syndrome meeting thinking this is dumb. Like i can't believe they're paying fifteen thousand dollars to mention this product. Is i feel like an idiot. Like i gay but i feel like an idiot was early on like i didn't even know what i was doing and then also so it was either. This is kind of dumb or are so. This is going to go away. There's no way this is the state of like here. Come all the up and coming people. And i could see the look in their. I like their way more into it. I ever was like their way more interested in youtube culture and calls to action and collaboration asking a question to get a comment. And i you know again i loved it but i'm very happy to be doing other things with my life. You know it's really interesting. The idea of of just drying ally and being like do not make any more. I was listening to you on grace helbig show and when you know she was just like it seemed to me like there was almost envy and admiration in her and maybe i'm projecting inner voice when she's like you. Did you left it behind. Because i think that there are. I think everyone who makes content wonders. What would it be like. Even if you're happy you wonder. What would it be like if i were a civilian fight if i left this behind and i was trying to figure out earlier like what what is it. What's the grip. I mean aside from money. I think it's this idea that like there's something that makes you feel special if you're making content and it's like oh i'll just be a regular person. Yeah it's a lot of external validation. It's a lot of emails from producers. Who want to work with you. You get offers to do a book deal. Someone like grace's so if grace ever. Here's this high grades i love you. Graze and so talented grazes. The bestselling author grace has a great pod gracie is going to do stand up. Grace can do a million things that are alive without making you. Videos like youtube is a small piece of graces puzzle of her success and her makeup. So but yeah like. I just i don i think it is. It's easy external validation. It does it. Also but here's the thing like if i had my mindset now i would have been like i've adding values people's life people love me. They think i'm making a joke about miley cyrus is just. It's hilarious an important as me doing coaching work. You know so. I if i did it now i would be able to attach more meaning to my comedic persona. I think it's like anything that feels like. I feel the same way when i stopped drinking alcohol. I feel like i got out of a cult. I felt like oh my god. I don't have to drink anymore. Thank god what. I got off of youtube. I feel this sense of relief of like. Oh i don't have to do. I don't have to engage with people anymore and small dog and comments actions and again. It's lovely but i don't have to do that and i don't know like an i don't know i had something else. I was thinking about the content. They i do. I do instagram stories. And that is a couple of thousand people. Watch that but that's just fun. They got there if you did like. What the vodka. New are currently still interested. Michael buckley you could follow me on instagram and do stories every day. I say good morning. I do some advice. I share things about my knees and my dog and it's it is fun and it's silly ad it's lovely so that is a fun hobby and i do think that keeps me feeling like i'm creating content and i get to be hilarious and i get to be a bit of my camera persona out without do we do for a living and that's the other challenging big. I struggle with it. I like to say it this way. It's difficult when your hobby becomes your career. Because by like. I said. I did this effortlessly easily for fifty hours a week. Not making a dive. I just loved it and that it became my career and the stress of. Oh this is it. This was me escaping from my day job and then it's like oh i guess i'm doing this now so that's the thing and now i know in the work i'm doing because i thought about this about a year ago. I thought about what i do again. So if you said right now you make the amount of money you make a year. If you can do this youtube and make the same amount would you do it. Absolutely not so. I know that like it's like no. No it's not so. I know that like i'm doing what i'm doing. I'm deeply fulfilled by so it's not like oh if i could make buddy i no i don't want to do i really don't i would do tv appearances like like i love doing tv. I love being on tv shows. Where like you said you'd show up. They do your makeup. You would go home. It was nothing it was easy somewhat. Producer segment you just showed up and were cast maddix. Being a tv personality is the easiest job in the world. You have nothing to do. What i was on live with kelly for a week. I showed up and i was hilarious. A list of topics. I offered an opinion and then we went to commercial and it was simple being content creator. Where your writing and your filming in your editing and you're promoting in your marketing got it is. It's a lot so i get. I never loved any of the. I love being funny and i loved being comedic. I loved watching myself and thinking he was funny the other i. I never liked editing. I never i never liked any of the other things. So it's like. I don't wanna do that. I don't i don't want to do it. You learn to eh. that's a. That's a hard thing to do by editing. Was generally one take did so. That's why all videos if you remember the what the buck show. I would sit here in front of the screen. I would have a script. I would scroll as i was talking and i would say what the buck and i would be done and because i didn't want to edit there were no consta- renault takes and then i would just go and drag in pictures in the corner. So it was very easy like there was no there was no graphics. It was very low level. I don't do tutorial how green screen and i think. Somebody probably gave me some tips. But again by editing was roll. Credits me talking ed credits. There was never any editing production value. Necessarily you know so. Were you at one point dependent on external validation in a way that you're not now no i don't think that's it and that's why i think i'm lucky. I started like thirty. Because i wasn't i can't imagine if i was twelve or sixteen or eighteen and i see some of the kids who i know who are twenty five now and i see them on twitter and i'm like they're struggling thinking what am gonna do for the rest of my life. I didn't go to college. I might have a million dollars in the bank which doesn't last very long. And so what am i gonna do. Maybe i'll go on twitch for six hours a day. i'll hope tiktok monetizes. But they do. They know they have to figure out. Maybe i'll be a consultant for other brands or something like you know. But they will. Most people would get exhausted. Like actors go home. Youtube celebrities are youtube celebrities. You know it's like they don't you know frame of reference for take off. Take a summer vacation you know. There's that constant desire to be relevant and crank out content and so we're seeing a lot of creators. there are some who had been great from day one fell to franko. Got it right from day. One he's been able to stay on. He makes a lot of money. He looks like he's avoca. Good taibbi as a family and a wife at a life and life is good for fell team has done a great job from day. One keeping her contact to do so again. There's some examples but a lot of other people who were by generation. Really have come and gone. And you've seen the emotional gymnastics. They put themselves through. Hey guys on back and they look miserable. Hey guys know so. I hope for all of them that they either find enjoyment and can attach meaning into being a content creator or like me can happily tap out and again. I'm not discouraged. i'm not to feed it. I'm not like oh my god. It didn't work out for me. I'm not a star. My life is so wonderful. So if you're listening to this in your creator please no there. 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That's best friend fifteen checkout head to wear figs w. e. r. f. dot com and enter code best friend fifteen at checkout where figs dot com best friend fifteen at checkout. Get ready to love your scripts. Okay michael buckley. We're back so yes what. What was your childhood like. My childhood was fun. Like i was a silly goofy little kid like i mean i i knew i was in the homosexual category by the age of four like i just had i was all into the dukes of hazzard. I was like those guys are hot. I was watching one day at a time. Allison the jeffersons. Now parents are like udo by kids on their screens all day. I'm like i watch. Tv twenty four hours a day. I turned out great. So i mean my childhood was very fun. I love gymnastics. I love figure skating. I love superheroes in dc comics. I had a lot of just interest. Like i was really. I had a lot of hobbies like so. It was interesting. Because i just had a fun child that i have a twin sister and that just made life superfan we. I live in the basement now. Twin sister and her husband had three children live upstairs. So i always joke. I knew we'd end up back together. Yeah gile that. I was a goofy silly kid. I a lovely mother a nice father and an older brother and i. I don't know like. I had a pre in life was pretty simple. I just remember being a pretty happy kid. Like yeah childhood was pretty fun. I don't think i was smart. I think i was never that into school. I was into you know getting out. So i was into like putting on my first name. School outfit and batching by trapper keeper. But like its own funding people like. What's your favorite subject. I'd be like. I don't know like the all just like i just want to go home and watch. What alison the jeffersons. But so yeah. I don't think i was into school. I but i think our loved live early on. I think i was one of those people who like again. As i was an adult i love life so i big childhood. I just. I really enjoyed life. Yeah and that's a summary of my childhood and you had a good relationship with your parents. I was wildly in love with my mother. My father worked a lot. And so i feel like most of my memories growing up where my mother but yeah i love my parents they. I felt very lucky in the parent department. They were just funny. And i always felt loved as a child. I never i never had a care in the world. We had a lovely hold. I felt very taken care of. And and now as a grownup looking back. I feel very grateful. Because i do. I never felt like. I don't know i always felt safe and loved as a child. So as a grownup i definitely realize the value of that. And you said that you realize that you were gay when you were four. Did you ever. How did you feel about that like did you. Did you feel different than other. People are isolated or negatively around that. I always felt different. Like i'm someone who. I've never really. I always have been very connected to myself. And i feel i always felt like i was a little planet like i felt like a really goofy person occasionally in my forty five years old meet someone to be like are kinda like me but in general i don i mean yeah like i mean being gay in one thousand nine hundred eighty one eighty two eighty three like when i was growing up the only images of gay people i would see a tv show called phil donahue and he would have on somebody who was going to kill themselves like gay people to me were suicidal or in the early nineties. They were getting aids so it wasn't that it was pretty scary. And i remember thinking yeah i probably at the thoughts of like i don't want to be gay or maybe i'm not gay actually. Last year i came out as pan sexual. Because i never knew what that was like. I've always liked women like once. I heard what the kinsey scale was. I was like oh. I'm definitely in the middle guy. Never felt totally gay. But i remember coming out as gay because nineteen ninety-five. We made fun of bisexual. People like it was not if you were it was even willing because there's no such thing you there's no way you take peanuts and you could possibly be interested in vagina like it was just. We did were pretty gay. People gay men were very shaming towards bisexual. People and then i married a man so identified as a gay man but now i've been single for five years i don't date. I'm very single. I don't i don't pursue either gender. But i honestly if you said you're going to be with a woman in ten years i wouldn't be shocked like i. I'm not like it's not off the table. Like i don't so that's what i heard about pan sexuality i'm pat is like it's not mail. It's not female. it could be trans. I'm all into that. So when i started seeing people be sexual i was like oh i think that's what i can't so again. It's i'm not that into labels identities. But i feel like that helps me make sense of me and my brain because when i do say gay mad. That doesn't feel like me. Like what i see gay man. I'm like that. There was something a little different about me and i guess that's part of no. I'm not a gay man. I i m pan sexual you know to come to that realization at forty four years old is hilarious. I never gave myself the time or space to process thinking about something like that. 'cause i was married to a man so why would sexuality better. I've made a life choice and you were married for a long time right. Thirteen years to a wonderful man. His name is michael. A very nice life together and i feel very lucky in the love department. I feel that's another thing like the blessing of good parents and loving parents. You know i've been done right by love like i had a boyfriend in college for four years. Who couldn't have been a better person and a more lovely first boyfriend. And then i had a lovely husband from age to age twenty six to thirty nine so i feel very lucky in the love department. I've had great love in my life. Can i ask how come you guys split up of what i feel. I could use short answer long answer. I feel like the short answer. Is i just think we were very different from day wide. And i think in general they teach you opposites attract but ultimately birds of a feather flock together and i think a lot of times. We meet somebody and they're very different than us and then ten years later we're like now i want someone more like me so for for whatever reason at twenty six i chose him i loved him. I adored him and then as the years went on in writing part of it was going to say what my career did weird things i had and i. I was a heavy drinker and probably never said this to him. Because i would never want to be like. Oh i left you. Because i was a drunk but i was a drunk by the end. I don't even know if my brain was functioning enough to make the right decisions or the wrong decisions. But i think my my alcohol abuse definitely contributed. So you had. That's the the end of my marriage was by by career was not going well and rather than fix it or make it better. I kind of exploded by life. And so that's the true that i mean. If he ever hears this. I love you. I'm sorry you're a wonderful person and husband. I didn't have the wherewithal though to solve at the time. So i just exploded and that's why my youtube career to it fell apart because i didn't want i just wanted to explode. I wanted it to explode. A little exploded demon. You sabotaged a little. Of course. I mean. That's the thing like i didn't realize at the time how much my alcohol was. Impacting all events. So we get high wasn't even thinking clearly. I wasn't making decisions from a clear brain. I was just like barbaric sox career socks. I'm outta here so i really you. Alcohol checked me out of reality. Alcohol checked me out of life and now five years later. I'm more aware of that. But at the time if i did an interview i would have been like. Yeah i would've. I would've told you but it probably wouldn't have been this clear of a version of it a so. Did you just leave. You're like did you kind of just explode your marriage where you're just like did you. Did you storm out of youtube. Andrew marriage. I mean i left youtube slow. Were but i did. I did leave by marriage abruptly. Yes yeah yeah yeah yeah. So how do you feel about that peaceful very peaceful. Like like i think about the past and the only thing i could change about the past is the way i think about the past so what i think about my marriage all i think is a wonderful man and he adored and we had a really nice life for thirteen years. So that's all. I ever think about it so i don't really go back and that's why i would. You're asking me a hypothetical want my brain. Does it go backwards very often. So i would. I would like to. If i was ever married to a man for thirteen years again that i would handle the a little better but at the time you know we all do. Our best suburbs are best is my best terrible and that was in that moment in two thousand fourteen. That was the best i could do. So had the drinking wins. You start drinking. So i wasn't. It's interesting because i probably started heavily. Drake game two thousand twelve right like so. I never even drank. I wasn't a teenage drinker. I wasn't a drinker. I didn't start drinking until two thousand and eleven. We bought a second house on cape this thing so youtube. It kept me so isolated. I really had no friends. I had no life two thousand eight nine ten. I never left the house. I made videos. I talked to strangers in the comments section. I had a husband and that in two thousand eleven we bought a second hold on cape cod and we started making friends and that was the other reason i started tapping out because it was like i just want to have friends alive and then i have to go make a youtube video so really around two thousand eleven twelve thirteen. We had friends. We went to bars. It was five and so. I really ignored the fact that my career was on the decline. Because i was so enjoying normal real life so again along the way i kind of developed a drinking problem because i just. I don't identify as an alcoholic. That's not my word. I just because i i did. Stop drinking one day. And i haven't draken for years. I'm not sober. i'm not in a. I just realized that alcohol had nothing left to offer me. So i didn't drink that much. I drink like two thousand twelve thirteen. Fourteen fifteen certainly six years of my entire forty your life so it wasn't like it was that big of a big. You know so now as a non drinker. It's you lived your first thirty five years without drinking. So it's not that big a deal you know do. Do you have an addictive personality. I don't know mean. I read a book about that. And they said that's just the thing you tell yourself to give you an excuse to dig into things. So i do you know right. You tell yourself that no. I think i have a very my my. My personality is so constrained and focus now. I'm a minimalist. I don't eat fast food. I have very so you got rid of your items. I have nothing. I've got close. I've got a computer. I have no possessions. These are the only books i have. I have ten books. I have nothing. So that's another huge part of my life as minimalism add again. We could do a whole podcast about that. But i went from two homes to basements to addicts forty years of stuff to a tiny honda. Civic full of everything and i have nothing. Alison i don't have. You can say move and i would move in our have nothing. It's so amazing. I want to feel what that is like. I'm i just i am. I clutter owns me. And it's everywhere i must know. What are the books that you kept. Well my favorite book is. Jack canfield the success principles. I love the seven high seven. Highly abbots of successful people. I love wins by rob bell. I have my jesus calling which is a devotional journal. I have great mondays. Which is about a good way to have good corporate america and i did keep all of the secret. The power all of those types of manifesting books. But i tend to get rid of books too so like i'll read one and then i'll get rid of it and if i really like it i'll put it on my ipad. Just a few books that i occasionally like to hold invite possession. Yeah and is a whiteboard behind you. This is a whiteboard because what i'm coaching. I tend to write things on it. People are wondering what we're referring to youtube dot com slash. Alison rosen where you can see that you can see the blank whiteboard. But i know that you're a fan of giant post. It notes right god. Excuse me so these big post and i love. I love post. Its these are big so again compared to like this which is a normal posted. This is my post debt. And i use them for affirmations like my whole wall is these are my best thoughts. These are my best emotions. These are by six priorities. This year. i have my personal mission statement. Would you like to. Oh my god. It's so god okay everybody saw. Hey this'll take thirty seconds. So i wrote this last year okay. I encourage you if you're listening to write your personal mission. Statement because companies do companies have a mission statement. They have a manifesto. It's like this is who we are. This is what we do so as you're listening to be. Think about how you could apply this to yourself. This is who i am. And this is who i wish to be in the world because it makes my day so much easier because if i'm living out of line with that it's like that's not who i wish to be written right there on the wall. So this is my mission statement. I am the greatest love of my life. God is my partner and creating my life on purpose. I live in intentional of minimalism and contribution. I love others unconditionally. Regardless of them. I value deep connections and open minds and hearts. I create time for everything i want to do. My life is full of meaningful work. Ridiculously fun play. i use my emotions as superpowers. I defend the dignity of others and fight for equality. I am actively anti-racist. I am always learning growing evolving into new versions of myself. My purpose is to be an example of joy impossibility. I love that thank you. I love that. Yeah i feel inspired talking to you. Occasionally i will write notes in my phone to that that i tell myself. I'm gonna come. I'm going to read this. When i'm feeling low or i'm gonna read this what i'm feeling nervous. It's oftentimes like because. I still am so so much in the content world if i read negative comments even though i don't want those voices to be in my head they will be in my head and then i have the temptation to like diminish myself or not. Say something that i want to say and so most of its to sort of push that away and just be the most myself i can be. But i'm gonna write a longer one. I'm gonna get me some of those post. Its while you need a default thought for every occasion so every time i go into the youtube comments section. All i'm thinking is other people are allowed to not like me. I'm allowed to not take it personally. That's again because otherwise myself. Esteem is to hit or miss. If you like me. I feel good. If you don't i don't feel good either. I liked me enough for the both of us. I like love and approve of me and ops you do. I always think if you like love and appreciate me. That's extra that's bonus. frank. I love me enough for the both of us so again. That's why deliberate mindset is so important otherwise i guess i'll see how the comments are and then i'll decide how i feel right says i already know how i feel because i coached myself before i even looked. You responded to a tweet of mine and it helped me so much. And i'm not remember the specific wording but i posted something and someone like just completely i posted something and most people understood what i was saying but a few people didn't but it really bothered me when someone doesn't understand me it it bothers me and i and so i don't want the rest of my day to be spent trying to explain something to someone especially when they're misunderstanding is most likely in bad faith or could be in bad faith and you were just like you. I think you said that you have the default that people are going to understand. You re going to misunderstand you and right upset. Yeah i mean it's like our such a primal need. I would never tell somebody. Don't worry about being understood. You want to be understood. But again. If i'm especially at a comment section on facebook twitter if i'm feeling misunderstood i'm coming in defensive. Get if i'm coming in with the wrong emotion. I'm going to convince you how you're wrong about me. It's not gonna work again. My strategy is just always let people be wrong about you know so that. Oh yeah yeah it was so liberating. It is so liberating. Yeah because otherwise you spend all day like trying to correct and it's it's not the right medium for that anyway. We all know that yes all. I can't imagine all the text messages and weird exchanges. I used to have with people where i'd go into the facebook. I think you misunderstood me. I'm going to explain my own. And even now if something went on the podcast and didn't go on my own house. And encaged i. I might have said this case. You thought i meant this. I did shut What i get our brain. Is that your runaway brain again. You're just processing the words out of my mouth. However you're processing i again. I'm not gonna try and manipulate user. You interpret them differently. Everything i'm saying is fair game. So you've got thousands of people listening to this some of them. Think this guy's an idiot. Some of these guys. he's fine. I'm not going to go into comments ex. Love your podcast and try and convince the people that idiot but look. i'm fine. did you hear my mission statement. I'm fun to ask you so on. Grace helbig podcast. You said that you did a strength. Assessment quiz number one strength was humor. Your number three strength was perspective. And i was. I was sitting there going like what's number ten. So what was number two gratitude. Oh humor gratitude perspective zest i love a straits assessment and again in my line of work. Humor in perspective is amazing so again. I always think when you know when you've got coaching tools. You're using your thoughts and your emotions. A superpowers to navigate the world. Where you know what your strengths are. It's like just knowing in your back pocket so again. I can solve so many things in my life by using my humor. My perspective my gratitude. So i do encourage people got those types of tests. They can be silly but if you find a way to use them effectively like i have. They can be very powerful. Yeah so you came to the conclusion that that drinking was doing you know favors and you just stopped I read a book. I have to give credit to a book. So i read a book was the alan carr easy way now. Nikki glaser talks about that all the time so i had a client. This was when i just started coaching. Maybe two thousand seventeen or something and he said me and my wife read this book and we pulled stop drinking. And he's said we have no desire to drink. And i was like once the name of the book i read the book in the next day i stopped drinking in june of two thousand and seventeen and i had already done the thought work so i was ready i had coached myself at my mindset. Was my life will be better without it versus in two thousand sixteen. I stopped drinking but my thought was. This is going to suck all my friends. My entire social life is is drake and this is gonna suck stopped drinking for like a month. And then i was like i'm fine so i became a social drinker. I drink two or four drinks. Yeah and at that point in two thousand seventeen. I was like alcohol offers me nothing and if i'm doing such great work on my life i want to live a life that i don't have to escape. So why would someone like me need drugs or alcohol or gossip or fast food or indulging in an external thing. Oh guess what. I don't and so i'm i want i could drink right now. I mean it's new year's. I might have had a sip of champagne. You know i just. I i don't want to be i. Don't wanna be a wonder drake. And i don't want to be. I think that's what i thought i felt like. I got out of a colt. i was like. We are brainwashed looking at facebook. Mommy had a stressful week. Give me the wind. Were sold alcohol as strategy skinny skinny girl margarita like drinking a sexy great drinking dumb like i mean. I don't drink either so it's pretty no offense to people who are a little bit. You've been sold something and you bought at and the funny thing is will be will say they can take it or leave it. I'm always curious than why do you take it. So if you're right so if you're listening to this and you're someone who tells yourself you could take it or leave at. I m curious why do you take get. And here's the other interesting question to ask people so when people i loved it they ask someone. Hey why don't you drink like they ask you that. You must be pregnant or you must be an alcoholic. Why don't you drink. I think it's way more interesting to ask someone. Why do you drank really do. What's your reason for drinking. And if you've got a great reason and you like your reason by all means you keep drinking's but i could. I can tell you right now. Fifteen to twenty reasons. Why i don't drink. I could not make one reason why i would fit in owner. Have something to hold onto the bar to be more relaxed. There's no reason that i would ever drink. And i love that. It's such a relief. Yeah lets you said that you have just mere everyone. I would like to hear but we have a little song that we play and here it is gun is just everyone all right you. What is yours is it just me or does everybody wake their dog op from a deep sleep in the middle of the night and kiss him and say thank god. You're alive. i love you so much. I literally wake by dog up and be like. Do you know how much i love like. You'll be sleeping. And i'll just wake up and i'll be like you need to know how much i love you. I love i. Does everybody do that or is it just me. I think a lot of people do that. I feel like my husband. And i are woken up by wendy more. She's woken up by us. But there are a lot of like smuggles and kizzee's in the middle of the night and stuff because she's just so sweet and cute go ahead. he's my dog. His name is colin. He is what he is fifteen years old. He's the great love of my life. He is named after colin kelly. Taylor's coke dealing boyfriend from beverly hills nine. Oh two one fun fact because back before netflix and hulu and whatever nine hundred two one oh reruns used to air every weekend for three hours on fx and my poor husband used to look at me. Saturday and sunday morning and say. Are you going to sit here three hours. Watch beverly joke i should. I'm just all do that yet. That's the reason were buried anymore. Because he didn't want me to watch not not one three six hours on the weekend for whatever reason to two thousand five. I was watching the reruns quite heavily. Even though i had watched the original run back in one thousand nine hundred ninety one to two thousand but but so. I looked at him when we got the dog. And i said. I'd like to name him branded or dylan and he said there is no way of naming dog after a character from beverly hills. Ninety two one. Oh so after. I pulled myself together about twelve hours later. I just said casually what about colin and he's that i love that name and then maybe six years later i said i just want you to your dog after a beverly hills nine no character. I trick jail. How'd that go over. He loved the dog's name so much that i put that he did care but it was. It was a funny story. That get mischievous me was like all trick by spouse david. The dog after a tv character. He won't even know what hit him from a marriage. And i need to know your weighted blanket journey my god alison this is. This is so funny. Because i'm so good at wanting correctly when i work with people and we goals that i think about a lot of times. Our braid miss wants things. I want a four bedroom house. I want a mercedes. I wanna get married. I want to children. Why do you want these things. I do and then i get them and then i'm like seeing. You wanted the wrong. Things are brain tends to miss want. I have wired my brain as a minimalist to really be good it wanting but this way like it was probably my i miss want in a co hosting. I was on the twitter. And andy laster. Ellen's executive producer tweeted something about awaited. Like it changed his life and the first reply saw was st cop saying something about it waited like get so i replied quickly just got caught up in this while i really love andy and i really love st. And i'm going to go on. Amazon and spent one hundred dollars out of kings is weighted blanket. Now mind you. I should have just got like twenty thirty dollars throw baby. I would like a weighted blanket. I bought a king one on. I went and put it on the bed. How did on for about twenty minutes. Put it back in the box and got rid of it. I i like three. There's no planet where. I would ever want a weighted blanket. Like diety all the reasons you would get awaited. Lie or not for me so i had it on. I could see why someone might like one on the couch for a couple of hours. But for eight hours of sleep when i want to move my legs and feel breed and wish to be under a weighted blanket. Right yet the appeal. It's not for me. It was a swan thanks to twitter weighted blanket. Yes so if you're listening. And he wanted waited blinded getaway to blanket. But make sure it's not because you're having acute interaction with andy. Ns twitter dot com. It was so nice talking to you. Michael buckley i could not have had more fun. You're a charming and delightful host. And i can see why anybody who comes on your podcast feels like your new best friends. I do so they do so much for allowing me to talk about all this stuff. I i had a wonderful time. Thank you thank you. Thank you tell everyone where they can find you. Plug whatever you'd like to plug etc. I mean the best way to interact with me or find me. I do think is on instagram stories. So please feel free to follow me. Hey michael buckley. And i am on twitter. Hey bouquet. i'm a little rowdy over there and a little opinionated over there but yes oh keep in touch. Say hi and i'd love to hear from you. I do have a website. Hey michael buckley dot com and so yeah keep in touch and thanks for letting me into your hearts today and if people are interested in working with you in the life coaching way like are you taking new clients. I generally of not taking new clients bought. I do make exceptions. Or i mean maybe once a month or a couple times a quarter. I will take someone so feel free to go to my website. Hey michael buckley dot com. There is a form and again if i spoke to you today and you are interested in working with me by all means. Fill out the form. I'll get back to you. And if i can't work with you all at least send us some e mail coaching tools or something to kind of set you in the right direction and maybe a weighted blanket and maybe you can you imagine that would be like right. If i ever became a comedian i would just be a life. Coach comedian where i come to my website. I'm going to send you a way to get ninety nine ninety nine now if you'd like what you're hearing. Please make sure you're subscribed and leave. Wait didn't i. Is it right that you invented or you're the first person to say like comment like review. I was absolutely. There's nobody whoever. Because i know because it's on my wikipedia page that the day i did it. I had the four top videos on youtube. Because i remember thinking. Oh what gets you on the so people who are young won't know what we're talking about back in the day. The youtube was set up to have top rated most discussed most viewed so. Nobody was doing calls to action. They were just dumping videos on the youtube and things were happening. They were happening but nobody was asking for comments. Nobody was asking for likes. And the first day i said rated even if you hate it was five stars lead me and suddenly by video was more than anybody else's and i'm like oh my god so four of my videos were the right highest rated of the day and then the next thing you know everybody was doing a call to action comment and subscribe so yes back in two thousand and seven. I the words like comment and subscribe at that. I realized. oh now. Everybody that i noticed. Oh smashes do again find brothers as everybody's doing calls to action. So yes i mean i like to take credit for did i do believe the evidence shows. I was the first to at least do it effectively. I want my content go s-occer so like comment subscribe comments on apple. Podcast help everyone comments. Wherever you listen but comments help people find the show. Make sure you click five stars your friends etc. podcast childish that i do with greg fitzsimmons. I'm on patriot. Patriot dot com. Such alison rosen bonus episodes. Every week we do zoom parties all sorts of fun stuff. I have a book out muscle on cameo. These are my plugs. I hope you've enjoyed them. Thank you again so much so nice talking to you listeners. Thank you for listening you matter. I love you goodbye. But now we gotta go who rosie.

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"You're listening to the and tj. Show podcast on the ace and tj family. It's riggins and i want you to know about tammy. Stow and kurt. Shaffer at atlantic bay. They're providing lending peace of mind at seven zero four six eight five four three six six and at team sto at atlantic bay dot com or click the add to get to tammy stowed dot com atlantic mortgage group. Llc in and molest seven zero four three and they molest consumer access dot org is an equal opportunity lender located at six hundred lynn haven parkway suite two zero three virginia beach virginia. Two three four five two day second by second minute by minute hour by hour time goes by taking this farther and farther away from those memories of the past. Do you remember. remember that time. Remember when now you don't have to remember because we do. This is the tj totally. Call podcast in the history of the mighty in tj show. We have had some incredible guests. Some big names superstars around the world. And then there's one our most elusive guest of all time. You will find out who that is in join us as we try to get him on the show today as we step into the act daytime machine for total recall. The two parties are most elusive guest of all time. Plus what this week sounded like three years ago with ribbons and the week in review. But we start today with. Tj's experiment conclusion on total recall. Tj's total recall podcast. Yesterday i told a story of something that had happened. This is tj something that happened in a friend of of ours meaning mine and my wife's Had invited us to do. Somethin' has couples. And i didn't wanna do it. So i said i wasn't going to tell my wife we'd even been invited Now again and go through quickly. it's not my wife. Never gets to do anything. She used to do everything she wants. Anytime we go somewhere do something eat somewhere. Whatever it is the way it should be. It's not begrudgingly this way. I'm direct the home to be this way is that it's what's going to make her happy. Kids know that that they come second. And i'm a distant third when it comes to what we do and whose happiness it's going to To big night it has to be jody's happy's okay but this is one of those things that just don't want to do. We got invited to go to the hamptons. My kind of thing kind of people very vanilla and run say pretentious. Either pretentious or Gaudy when you think some of the celebrities who liked to hang out in the hamptons. Certain not my deal. I asked any of her friends all of her friends who may be listening hear from somebody else or whatever to not tell her. Do me the favor. Don't tell her to run an experiment Because once she finds out then we're going because she's the only want to go and then we'll have to go so it all you think she would know pretty fast i i said she would know about to would come back today and she would know that we all. We all agreed that she would know. I have great news. Looks like i'm going to. The hampton told no she wouldn't tell me can told but by the time i got in my truck to leave. Yesterday she was going to the hamptons and if she wasn't listening. That's why i did it yesterday at the time that i did. Because i knew she wouldn't be listening. And i wanted to make sure that the experiment was td was done and she wasn't going to mess it up hearing it herself and i'm guessing that it was probably all of them the any brand listening and you know just probably were blowing her up so she's not going to tell you who are many of them. No told you say like to wants to take to me hamptons or anything like that like who we gonna the hotel later but then it was a situation where she goes. Who told you then she tell you like you always tell me menu business so the way i work in my heart is i'm going to assume it's all of her. They're all guilty. And i will deal with them in my own. Certain way individually Meaning to get back to them some aggravation manipulation things like that. You're going to be a busy guy. She's she's got a lot of french. Popular lady yeah. Well it'd be the only only new friends of hers that i've ever cared to meet. And she has a lot of them To just within that the close close circle. They're all going to be manipulated in tortuga through the years. I've been forced to spend time what i'm saying and it's all on the starting now. Okay his own i. This is like a science fair when making soden volcano or bacon. Sony vinegar volcano. This is great. I'm going to start with that. Joe dean now know her. She seemed so sweet. She does love addict. Tickets thieves my momma would say With her oh she kinda ruined the day. The philosophy of everyone presumed guilty until proven innocent the tj total recall podcast in the long and storied history of the ace and tj show. We literally had a former president a former first lady numerous grammy award winners movie stars. Such as will ferrell and will smith. We had that's right we did. It will smith when michael douglas. Yup simon mr bean terrain of a huge list of we. We had mr bean on and all he said was answered. Every never seen a mr bean movie and that was funny. Trust me so there one. Yes though who has kind of eluded us from time to time he shifty. He's crafty he anytime on the show where we are talking about someone in our personal lives and we say hey. Let's call them most of the time they're right there. If i say we're talking about my wife. Jody and somebody says should we call her. Sure bone there she is. Hey right there waiting. There's one person on the show whose elusive husband is never available to us on the spur of the moment when we say get can't on the phone because he sleeps he's because he's king. Ken starr call him. King can't because he's just lying in the bed sleeping until gwynne says until his body tells him it's time to get up till yeah he's had enough right and we try. We try to call him. She tries to call him on hearse her phone and it doesn't mean it's not like he sees a blocked number from a radio station or whatever doesn't answer. She's tried from her phone. He knows it's harder if he's looking at the phone and doesn't answer. What if there were an emergency. He would not be able to wake up and answer the phone and it is an emergency. We wouldn't call upon him if it weren't a dire comedy emergency. Yeah i think that's what happened. He's like so he's been pranked so many times before ten and ten thirty he's apprehensive. I answering any unknown numbers. But we've not. We've never those guys pranked amount of time that you worked for twitchy gifts stabbing in the bath. Apprehensive can yeah. I don't know so our son is in camp all of this week and he can arrive at camp between eight and nine and it is kent's responsibility to get him to camp and he said all right. I can do this. This is going to be great practice for kindergarten in the fall for us to be able to get up get dressed. Get fed and get out. The door was not good practice. Really good practice for us for the fall being him in the kitchen. And yes yes. Because i said you know. He doesn't need to eat. You have to make sure. He eats before he goes. You need to grab his lunch. That i made out of the fridge. And you put him in the clothes that i've laid out like these things have to happen before we can leave with shocking. Okay i got it. The lurch you lay out the clothes and you still have to provide. Don't the lunch debate. And don't forget to put him in the clothes that i've laid out the right there. It's like a little basket. Has everybody's outfit in it for the next day i put so we're gonna we're gonna try to grab the elusive king. Next yeah see and don't try to warn. I was seeing. If i had heard from him and nobody else try to warn him in any of his buddies imbros and secret vulgar handshakes and all of that which which is true. The ultra has those those friends with secret vulgar handshake. Do you wanna bet I think today's today. Because i didn't know this about the camp thing. He's gotta be up early before eight eastern to get him up right. No not really. He's got all the way until nine can drop off until nine between eight and nine means. Not what do you think so. I think this is the norm. You know at seven thirty eastern. This is the time that his body normally wakes him up. So it all depends. Is he in the bathroom taking a shower and he doesn't hear the phone or i mean he's definitely not out of the house. We've got eight minutes. Where do you think you'll be eight minutes when we try to call them cast. Can we get the most elusive guest of all time on the show. Find out next. Plus what this week satellite. Three years ago it is riggins and the week in review all coming up. We'll tell rico. Tj's total recall. Podcast if you have a family on your income you need life insurance. But finding the best quote shouldn't take a lifetime that's where policy genius comes in. In minutes policy genius could save you fifty percent or more simply by comparing quotes from america's top. Insurers wants you apply. The policy genius team handles all the paperwork and red tape to save on life insurance and get protection for you and your family head to policy. Genius dot com. Today this is the tj total recall. I cast we're going to call and see if we can get gwynn's husband. Watch has not contacted him. i can dial out tyson. We never can get him anytime we want to talk to him about. Some something comes up about him on the show. We want to get him ever do it. Because king kent likes likes his wrist. King kent king county. Kiki a cell phone originally. I think he's gonna answer to see Always answers the hello. This is camp. I know it's it's make. Hello you've reached the voicemail for camp thinking. I hope you have a wonderful day is how it ends. Hello hello hello hello. You've reached the voicemail of camp. Say so you've reached my phone. Try like for ten years. I have no idea what my mind says if you leave me a message. Just know that. If it's if i find it to be entertaining i can and will use it on the radio. So you've been warned because legally you have to do that. Mine says if you leave me a message then you're not cool enough for me to call you back. I'm there's one thursday a month for people conversations. And i'll call you agian weird because this happened a couple of times then i to start doing this but if i'm if i'm talking to someone about anything personal. Hey i need to keep trying to get a quote on getting my stereo fixed the other day my an and left the guy mess i said. Hey this sounds. I don't mean sound the way it's gonna sound but if you call me back and you get voicemail and it says hey it's as from the tj show that's me so go ahead leave a message. Because i was getting people would not do it. And i hate doing that by me. People wouldn't why wouldn't they do because they think they've gotten the wrong number. And i had i had people are row one time a few years ago i was going to leave a message but i wasn't shut down your car from an oil change right so they called like david with the whatever car you have the go the number mercury and the member in then they don't leave like must have the wrong number cartesian so long. They have not called his aides ready yet. Geez sir you're purple yugoslavia. Reading sorry i took so long. I just want the time machine was broken. Took us a while. We had to fix. That could go get the parts to fix your so the the the quest for the elusive guest over one. We'll for more. We're just this particular quest over one. Bless his heart. Maybe we'll come back to it again at a different time next week. I mean he's a phone person. He's on the phone all day. I guess just not before so we always love cute stories about grandparents not being able to keep up with what you know. Technology is and so forth so we have a story about that and I would like to tell you more. Get more excited about it. But i have an emergency that i have to take care of as soon as we. Turn the microphones off My just noticed. I'm wearing Short legged trousers today in ashy legs or showing. So i go. Oh i got a handle that ash. Yes i'm where that ash out. Plus i got some vino right. So gwynn's gonna put this on my. This is the ace and tj totally whole podcast. And this is my song. It's called the week in review. It's a week's worth of shows. Summarize for you know special effects and no auto to just me and my guitar performed for you. I celebrated my birthday earlier this week. And i made some great memories. I'd like to keep a celebrated with twenty years in a pizza. And i cried myself to sleep. I'm what you call an old soul. I've always felt like an older man on the opposite side of the spectrum. You have ace. Who's like a real life. Peter pan thanks for all the birthday wishes on social media. I felt better than i should. Having hundred people do the absolute bare minimum really makes you feel the week in review. A week's worth of shows summarized or you know special effects and no auto to just me and my guitar performing for you. Today is national camera day. This is my favorite holiday of all. Because i get to celebrate like everyone else by taking up skirts at the mall. We were on the radio for twelve straight hours yesterday. People could request songs with different bids. Gwen was blackout the entire time when we were raising money for kids. Yeah i almost forgot me. Ace's girlfriend shared the same birthday and we both hit benchmarks that life assigns. I'm now securely in my thirties. And she's getting her after nine review a week's worth of shows summarized or you know special effects no auto to just be performing for you. Joe jackson passed away. I've read his name since i was a kid. I don't know if he ever found his shoes. But here's to hoping he did. Joe jackson really. Yeah yeah. They revealed the new cast for bachelor in paradise. Show beautiful people on island retreats. It's got the charm of gone with the wind and the subtlety of roseanne's tweets. I'd we argued over the proper way. Eat pringles and we asked our listeners to discuss. I mean we never claimed to be curing cancer but this was a brand new for we swear the shows summarized for you know special effects and no auto just performing for you. We're just a few days from the fourth of july a day to celebrate freedom. Let it shine and you're drunk neighbor. Stumbles over with a huge firework. And says trust me. It'll be fine. Oklahoma has just legalized marijuana. I'm booking a plane to home stat. I've always wanted to get baked with the pioneer woman. So i'm actually really excited about as performed his final show with terry case and then the lights faded to black but charity cases the make rib of cover bands. You know that they're coming back. Alley review shows summarized for you know special effects no auto to just knee and i saw reforming tj total recall. Podcast is new at noon. Every day redoing subscribe now tunes.

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10 Trivia Questions on Black and White Things

Trivia With Budds

08:00 min | 2 months ago

10 Trivia Questions on Black and White Things

"Like a hot michael jackson track. I've got ten trivia questions for you on things that are black or white. This is trivia with buds and welcome to another episode of the trivia with buds podcast. I'm your host ryan buds. Thanks for checking out the show. I have been checking out the surrounding area of johnson city tennessee. We went to a town called elizabeth tin today and we saw a civil war reenactment which was very interesting and we had a ton of fun doing that for my wife's birthday and some different people from down south so someone referred to this area as the deep south which i don't think is true. I feel like we're towards the north of the south. If that makes sense. But i could be wrong. I just moved here. So i'm still getting to learn the lay of the land and i have an announcement to make about my friend henry foot who just won the raffle for the joker game from last week i had about thirteen people. Email me. so they're pretty good odds to win and some of you. I know your name some of you. I did not so it was cool to hear from so many people and a lot of people put nice little messages in their emails. Saying thanks for bringing the show back after a month. Glad for new episodes etcetera etcetera. So thank you so much to everybody who emailed me to try and win. That joker game the winner from a random. Pick of the wheel on of names. dot com. Was henry foot in georgia. Not too far from where i live now. So henry that game just got mailed out today with a few extra bonus items and thanks everybody else for playing. I'll start doing that more often. Now as i find new cool things down here at different stores and things to give away. I will let you guys know about it in the form of some kind of contest and i might set up a section on my website which is just four contests like trivial buds dot com slash contests where i have an just an ongoing form where you can enter to win. Whatever we're giving away so be on the lookout for that very soon. Maybe in june started june all right. Today's episode is all about things that are black and white. I'll give you a clue and your answer will contain the word black or white so get ready for that. It's coming up right now. Here we go black and white trivia. Here's question number one a six season. Usa series from two thousand nine to two thousand fourteen number want to succeed in usa series from two thousand nine to two thousand fourteen black and white number one question number two martin lawrence time travel comedy number. Two a martin lawrence time travel comedy number two and number three bet nasmyth graham invented this in one thousand nine hundred fifty one. Sorry betty betty nasmyth graham invented this in one thousand nine hundred fifty one number three and number four. This device started out in one thousand nine hundred nine as a two way. Pager number four this device started out in one thousand nine hundred nine is a two way pager. And here's number five cod and haddock. For example atlantic cod and haddock for example followed by number six someone that works in a foundry number six someone that works in a foundry and number seven for black and white trivia two thousand eighteen movie with matthew mcconaughey two thousand eighteen movie with matthew mcconaughey number seven and question number eight. Mr bean's bbc. Show before being from nineteen eighty three to nineteen eighty nine number eight. Mr bean's bbc from before being nineteen eighty three to nineteen eighty nine question nine. The crest box says one hour express and glamorous. The crest box says one hour express and glamorous number nine number ten a marble heroin with her own film pushed back to two thousand and twenty one number ten marvel heroin with her own film pushed back to twenty twenty one. Those are all of your questions for black and white trivia. Let's see if you were able to come up with all the black and white answers. We are back with black and white tree answers. Let's see if you got alternatives correct. I'll be real impressed if you did number one six season. Usa series from two thousand nine. Two thousand fourteen is white collar number one white collar thing my brother. Tom likes that show. He likes all those usa. That all seem like the same show to me number. Two martin lawrence time travel comedy black knight black knight with martin lawrence from bad boys and the hit sitcom martin in the nineties. Number three betty. Nasmyth graham ended this one thousand nine hundred eighty one. That was white out for mistakes on your papers. Whiteout number four. This device started out in nineteen ninety. Nine is a two way pager. A blackberry blackberry about twenty two years ago number four number five atlantic cod and haddock for example whitefish whitefish and number six. Someone that works in foundry would be a blacksmith. Blacksmith number. Seventy thousand eighteen movie with matthew mcconaughey. This was tough unless you remember. It was called white boy rick white boy. rick number. Eight mr bean's bbc before being nineteen eighty three to one thousand. Nine hundred nine was called black adder. Black adder number nine. The cross box says one hour expressing glamorous that'd be whitening strips crest whitening strips and number ten the last question a marvel heroin with her own movie. They got pushed back to the summer of two thousand twenty one coming out soon. Looks good black widow black widow and those are all of your questions for today's episode. We have one more fact for you. Call the fact of the day and that fact is that since nineteen forty-five all british tanks have been equipped with the necessary items for making tea. That's right when you're making war. Gotta make some tea as well in those british tanks. Now you know. Thank you guys for listening to the show. Thanks for becoming a patriot. Subscriber over at patriotair dot com slash trivia buds. Getting ready to send out all the mayor awards in just a few days here. I just mail the goes to my friends. Br bro mo and brenda martinez and managerial and they are in the funk of the month club just sent them very cool one. If you're into nerdy stuff and you like nerdy celebrities. That is the theme for this month. So you guys be on the lookout for your goes. They are amazon exclusives this month. So you can only get them on amazon. And those are coming very soon to manning the jerry and mo and brenda martinez in chicago. Thank you guys for the support over the funk oh tier of patriot dot com slash trivia with butts. Thanks for listening. Thanks for telling a friend. We'll see you next time for trivia with me cheers trump only.

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Slapstick Movies

Gurus of Comedy

32:29 min | Last month

Slapstick Movies

"That was that everybody loved rod. I said i wanted to be a comedian. you know. why don't you catch that. Tears of joy guilty phoenix people thankfully being stupid again gurus of comedy dave. Welcome to comedy. I'm on the phone to florida's that rose Right derek shane. Now i've always wanted. Is it florida or flow rider. I've i've well actually if you if you're from here it's florida gotta get that southern florida forward anyway fateh anyway. I'm i'm very old school jersey. So i have to start with david pussycat sweetheart darling. You look great. High aben ex. I feel fabulous fabulous. Now listen what we need to do. Your people need to get together with my people and my people will get together with yours and we'll do lunch. Maybe i'll let them do launch. I and they can get back to me so welcome. Welcome to the to the show. Thank you sir. you're yeah you're based in florida and i've You popped up on my radar because you have been doing quite a few comedy videos for while. I think i read. It's like in the slapstick at domain mostly with epi correct. It would be a an actually. I preferred to call them films but again like the old school while sorry. I'm an irish person. And we're not allowed to say films say films and everything say films again films so film accurate back here in the thirties. These two column moon pictures area which was a complete bastardisation of moving picture. But what we do is is very. We do retro slapstick thirties. Type short subject films and twenty first century setting and it has proved very very popular over the years. Been doing them on the net now for about thirteen fourteen years and At one point on a platform that gave me a lot of trouble. So i won't mention daily motions name okay. I were doing like two point. Five two point seven million eighth rome. Okay dow after that. I pretty much said that we got a good thing going here. But i need to be my own boss. I really need to be an independent. I don't want to be at the mercy of other platforms. I'm not gonna down them. They're good they give you free space. Although garden baby the wall garden podcast getting up sleet blown up by people. Get gobbled up into spotify or apple and getting getting stuck behind an algorithm manure. You disappear off their list and that's it you're done so yeah but but jaffa understand. I i i i mean they do give you the space for nothing so you do have to play by their rules. Which which. I understand so what we did is we just took off and decided we'd be a swede literally started all over from scratch. I self server. It comes right out of this house and we don't answer to nobody and So now we have got a website up which you can find at. Dtn dash entertainment dot com. See everything there and we just now Opened a roku channel. And if you go to roku to install our app you can watch it on on your television. You know from your armchair and dont'a worry about a lot of people computers especially while i'm running over myself anyway. Roku is now just started. And all you need to do is type in the initials d. t. s. like derek taylor. Shane and it'll take you right to it. But i was i. I really got a lot of hope for the roku channel because quite honestly a lot of the people who remember this style of comedy are scared. They're older people and they're scared to death of a computer right now. Okay on roku s still watching streaming. It's still online but as long as they don't know it they feel safe sitting in the armchair with a remote. You know so. Hopefully we'll get some of that crowd this time around coup yet My mother she's now in her seventies at just said she her her her computer. I just want to turn it on david. I just want to turn it on your huge compared to us. Well actually. I have said several people that were my age Or scared of computers. You've done all this before it's buzzwords you remember Fast forward rewind. Stop record on your little tape recorder. It's basically the same concept they've just replaced it with silly buzzwords like upload download all of that kind of thing and you know it's so i tried to tell him you know upload inbox download outbox can understand that well would get no because the way my daughter who's six watching so many download movies one time redan. My parents was ads on. Tv's daddy what's this. What's this study was i don't like to make them go away. The next generation next generation. Well when we started this speaking of next generations we were told by the experts. Now i don't know who these people are. Somebody always mentions according to the experts. I'd never figured out who they are. But we couldn't succeed on the internet with twenty minute films because people's younger people especially their attention span is not that long. Secondly they don't understand this retro slapstick style of comedy. So you're gonna lose them. They're sturdily down. Never in a million years watch anything in black and white and sometimes i'll do a black and white so well. We ended up with a kid. Younger person demographic that wall street would kill for. And i mean these kids think that i came up with this style of comedy. The great thing about opie didn't set them rice. You just know. It's i'm you know. It's my my form off amazing. We'll they'd never seen it before but the cool thing about that was youtube excuse. The expression is a crash. Course in everything and i was able to direct a lot of these kids to people like buster keaton and harold lloyd and those types And say look. That's how it was done right. That's where it came from so that was kinda gratifying for me as an old timer. Has you gotta pass that baton dade keep passing it down and tell your daughter she's gonna get it from you. i saw. She's already got probably in more ways than one. She's a she's already frighten me. Who like her Her puns actually find a weird Inflection point of slapstick Style was actually was. Mr bean and mr bean was genius. Win in the A sought mark is it does not retranslated. It can be sold at any market in the world as and guy drives a mclaren f. One was m on whatever the the district card dries and he wrote it off as much money he's made and so it's just it's like i think i think kids kind of exaggerated walk for a fact people get people. They don't understand why they they find amusing. But it's the stars for everybody. I think well ruin. Atkinson is a genius. I mean there's really nothing. The guys are triple threat. There's really there's really nothing he can't do. a meeting. Proved that with black adder which was mostly dialogue situation and then he goes to mr bean which is like almost all pantomime. And you can't beat the guy. I mean he's that good but you did bring up an excellent point about translating. This particular style of comedy is funny. No matter what language you speak it it does translate over the words a very interesting thing about it. Also is when i check our analytics. Most of our top ten days for viewership are excuse. The expression third world countries. And i have a theory. And we've talked about this. There's they are living. These people are living in situations that are not the best and they are really really needing a laugh. i mean venezuela was at the top of our list beleno. Those people got problems. Let's let's remember a friend of mine got internet. That's a set though. And it's no coincidence. That in america the golden age of slapstick comedy was in the thirties and that was during the height of the depression. So you know when people are looking for laughs it and that's what we do. We are pure escapism. We don't do. The motto is no politics. No preaching no social messages. Ya get plenty of that without having to come to us. This is escape. It's i mean it's check your brain at the door. I mean you just supposed to smile. Charcoal have a good time. That's all there ever designed for. And that's all they ever will be designed for and you can also have the kids in the room when you watch. I stayed very very clean. I'm not approved. It's just that's not what we do. I well i. i've done gigs. where yet. it's been like a family audience. There's like a you know. Don't don't go there because it's it just ruins it for everybody you know and people who know nothing. They're no to go there to right. Oh oh and you know. There's definitely room for it. I'm not. I'm not putting down. I'm just saying that this is what we do. And i get a lot of mail from moms. Who just say you know. Thank god when we put you on. We know the kids can all be in the room and So that's you know that that's kind of nice to and then all the emails i get from people in sickbeds whoever will maybe lost a loved one and just said i just wanted to thank you. Man dave gummy. There's no getting around. I mean that's like humbling. To the point of humbling. And i doubt seriously will ever make the great american film But i think the past few years been quite interesting like the world is moving backwards like in a good way i. I don't watch movies in the cinema much anymore Like the tv shows kind of where content now the interesting stories have become because there but for a long time they they were considered to be. Let's say the chewing gum and the movies where we're at. The big money was so. I think everyone is kind of one of the things. I find odd liquid. America is way they used to have the tv shows twenty six episodes of season. That's it you know and and to actually even see that they go to maybe eight or ten that they are broken. They're kind of rules of hiding make make. Tv shows suggests that like it's all in the mix like everything not actually. When when american television started in the nineteen loop starting get really big. In the nineteen fifties. A season was thirty nine and It gradually shrank. And now it is like you say it is down to like seven or eight. We can argue now that if you only have to do that. Many shouldn't the quality be better. I don't know why. I'm a big star trek fan Back back in the days of the next generation. And there's always those one or two episodes in the middle to the phillies you know they're always ropy l. We got twenty six. We gotta do it. Man we got and you always had those kind of rough ones that they so you know. It's it's i think the sorry. The point is more that the creativity and the ability to do stuff. Different is kind of Available now in a way mine allies. That hasn't been a for for thirty forty years. Even yeah i heard i heard dame judi dench say one time. She was over here looking at the way she's visiting somebody and the way made an american sitcom and she just said. There's no way i could do this much. Snow way watch they were. They were used to carefully crafting seven or eight shows. The brits always had you know shorts series like that. We were the ones going whole hog and you got the garbage on a few goldens and but i think right. Now the reason you're seeing a shrunken series is purely economic. It's just too expensive to keep doing it the way they were doing it and Yeah well i i. I'm park more like the the attention so much. I just I think people are now willing to accept more and experimental more and look for different stuff so coming back to the type of content. you're producing. I think You know people might be interested to find us again or be looking forward in ways. But i find a lot of times. They don't know that they don't know that's out there. If even if they knew they might want to. But they don't know us know it. Truthfully it is brand new to them and it and i think i don't think anybody else on the net is doing what we do right and i somebody said to me i said to somebody will what what do you think. And they said. I don't think they know how am i mean in the entire world and i really wish somebody else was doing this kind of thing because i think i mean especially i mean this this last year and this one know twenty twenty. I mean come on that was like com disaster and then here comes the next one. Ain't looking so much better. And i think people actually just need to like i said. Check the brain at the door Just laugh his forget about everything else. And that's what we that's what we do it's Like i said there's not a lot to think about right. So what's the path to making like what you do. Was it five ten twenty minutes. What's go- films and they'll see. I'm remembered that. I'm i'm from now on. Don't do movies. I appear in films films. Yes i remember that something. That just can't get over. So what's the path to kind of. Do try and get the number year or as much money's into tank or what's what's your process. The the process is process has become more formulaic over the years. We right for about ten years. We did to a year. We did a spring foam and a fall ellum. And then i usually i write these things i usually get the idea and i get together with the gang and i gotta say that over the years been very very blessed with the people that basically give their time away My my my deal with the the roku channel and now with the one that's on the net is to work. A percentage of the prophet deal with the people that are volunteering their efforts. You know so. In other words the film does well. Advertising wise it makes the money they get a percentage of that and you know if it does better they get more. And that's that's my own goal anyway but over the years we have had Laga is a new york-based actors and she's just been fabulous. I guess her her greatest moment is in the long big goodbye. Catch that one. Rene rubel is very big over in holland in the netherlands. He's a singer but he's also an actor and he's been really good with us. And i just am and i may. I may add that what we do. We were doing. Zoom before zoom was zone. What we do is actually have these people's shoot all of their stuff wherever they are in front of a green screen it's all shipped back here and we put it all together into the film and it's just done so well. You can't really tell that you're looking at footage. Were people acting together that are in different countries and all over and It works out really well that way. I send them send them. They're seeing the script. They should stop them. We put it. Sounds like a planning for a pandemic dan before pandemic luxton. You don't have like tom cruise screaming at us. Get your ass back on time. Okay i i wouldn't have much time from but i i have to say i respect his position on that one party of still kind of. Oh yes he's he's thomas talk. Tom's always been tom. Is i agree with you that he he was. he was definitely they. They made a big deal of it. Because i think he starts shouting screaming but he was sincere and he was right and he was like people's jobs online wasn't quite like christian. Bale definitely compared to it though. But it's you know we've been in. This country would be quite long lockdown and bad film productions film productions have been Held up in a lot of places to to a great extent it. So oh yeah it's it's it's I mean last year. I mean one of my favorite shows of all time was supernatural with Apples and paddle in and all of us fans waited fifteen years for the big finish. The big finish was a physical and the reason it was. A fizzle is because a covert. They couldn't get those people together to do what they really wanted to do. So it suffered and that's that's a tough one and you know you got those actors and actresses in productions limiting you that since policies on people at its. It's not easy. we're just a little independent outfit. That happens to do really really well. And that's how i wanna keep it. I've had offers from people saying you know if you had a really good money man. You could throw a budget on a film. That would be great. And i said well. Yeah but the minute. Somebody else invest their money in one of your productions. They think they have a say. In what what it's going to be. And truthfully yes they do it will. I would want one. Let's see once you do that. You've just lost your your independence so we'll do just fine how we're doing but it's it's crazy stuff and it's very thirties. It's just set in the twenty first century but the whole style accomodates the same. And it's just been very very successful for us task without great to hear success these days kind of everyone's struggling to figure out how to make money on the internet like an old musicians and well i. I wish i could. We're really doing good in the money department. But it's too soon to tell that yet. I do know that if we went pay per view we would fall flat on our butts and i. I have no illusions about that. That's why we've gone with advertising and take a cut of the advertising prophet and so far. It's it's kind of a slow bill. You're not gonna get rich over night it's And we in our audiences now just starting to find again after we left the the usual platforms. But it's kinda hard to explain what we do. Except if you've ever seen the old laurel and hardy movies and and Oh that that kind of style thing. That's pretty much the style of the comedy. But see. I was very very influenced on my life by bob. Hope he just did it for me. And there's a lot of you know inside jokes in the movies that you might not get. If you're not a movie geek I tried to put those ice charter right. Those in in a way that if you don't get them. It won't detract from the enjoyment of the film. But if you do get them as sort like the icing on the cake you know so and i hear from a lot of in hollywood is watching us. I got proof. I'm hearing while. I've been rained a few websites. Netflix going crazy any ideas. They're desperate for like what are you gonna but let me. I'll be honest with you here though dave you know what they'll do. They always have they if they really liked an idea. They'll take it and they'll tweak it just enough to pass by a copyright and use it themselves. They're not necessarily dave peace and comes up with a great idea is all this great hollywood. Oh by it s a. Hey yeah i like that idea. Only we're going to change the name to this and that and that and change the locale from new zealand nebraska. And they're damn before you know it. They've got your idea and their produce in it and that's just a sad fact of the business like i. I think you're correct. I also think that the reality is that they have so much. Content like netflix has a war. Budget at apple has one Oldest treatment guys have these massive budgets. Can't find enough people to make them. I've heard Particularly in some bits. Kate that they have more money to make shows they have staff and crew to make the shows that while they can't get off like makeup artists and all these kind of things at the side. But there's just a ton of money. They're advertising some of these roles into ireland to try and get us travel with uk because they can't even get an off in just in the uk. which is the population. Like six million. Not like a small population to start with in the first place okay. So what's the plans for recipe twenty one in asia blocked on where you are in florida. Well you know we live way out in the boondocks and So we didn't. We didn't have a lot of code problem here. If i go into town. I get my and get my mask out and do that. But it really didn't affect us. And then of course like i said with all the filming long distance on not really that really hasn't been a problem What i'm doing right now. I did a picture in two thousand fifteen calls shane of the jungle. And it's silly. Asleep can get and i just decided i was going to do a sequel to it. So that's what we're shooting right now but it's it's been a tough one of those problem child productions but we'll get to z. I had the luxury out. The i when i do films. I have the luxury that the old timers had way. Back in the day i will. I will write film. i will start shooting. And if i don't like something i will reshoot it until i do like it and that's a luxury that you can't have when you're dealing with a budget Business people It's you know an an and a lot of people on salary. I understand that. But that's that's where. I where i am so i i sort of i sort of handcrafted until i'm satisfied with in so you pulling you do all the editing as well yourself. Oh yeah yeah yeah. Well my son ryan does all special effects He does the camera work. And he's a whiz on Cgi of that sorta stuff which we don't do a lot of Because we're not into real heavy special effects but we could do it but it's not the style that we were very simple slapstick little things so we use it on you know. We use a lot of green screen. We don't have to go on location. Which is good. I in fact. I love not having to go on location. I started. i started. When i was i was fourteen years old started. Nineteen sixty six with a super eight camera. Now i'm not the only kid that did that. Steven spielberg started the same way. I wonder whatever happened to him anyway. and back then we used to just go out in the street and shoot anywhere. We wanted gene on on stuff today. You can't go out and start shooting in front of any business establishment or you know anywhere without somebody calling the cops and i thought the possibility that see it's kinda sad that's the mindset of today is is is fear factor in there and i can't blame these people but So when greece screen came along. I said god blessed. I said one of the guys out. We'll take background footage of the place. We want to be in. Just put it in arts. It's anyway that's that's what we're doing. That's what we're doing right now and then. Waiting on to see a roku is really going to pick up on those apps and please folks i gotta do is go to roku and just type in d. s. and you'll see our detests entertainment channel and you can just go click install and you'll be glad you dig back in your in your armchair in the comfort of your living room. And what is your plan. Every i was just curious. Actually have you seen much uptake from the likes of india like i always felt. There was something about the bollywood style that kind of scene to his epic. That kind of slapstick kind of telegraph moves. That sort of stuff. Have you ever seen any feedback from there. You know you know you're right and it's interesting that india stays like in the top five of our viewership okay. They seem they seem to get that. They they do some good good stuff and Yeah they kinda surprised me. I don't know why but that it came out of india but yes they do have that that thing of course Jackie chan is buster. Keaton off horse. Yeah he's an end and the guy is brilliant but that was the drunken trumpian martial arts style that he used to very sort of between march starts half way to slapstick. Almost and the choreography of his routines is just incredible. And i know he uses the same crew all the time do i. I've heard. I think i've heard he's he's not i mean he's pushing isn't sixties now and so. Oh yeah he's got to be passed. He's heard that he's heard a bit like john cleese. You just can't do it anymore at all years of doing his kind of taken it to damage the joints so where he sitting on a pile of money right now. I'm sure he can do that. Procedure cg moves. but a. there's like. I say one of the key to key points you hit upon is like this kind of this kind of comedy translates all languages. We thought about having to put the subtitles in. We don't need it And then on. I found out how many countries around turkey is the number one is is our number one viewership in the world turkey. And then i found out yvonne bull they speak almost exclusively english. That kinda kinda surprising but That that was interesting. China is on our list now. I didn't think you could get in. There wasn't tons of time. I think you can get through but then didn't after we look at all of this list. Some wise guy in our group has to say yes but did you ever stop. Think about vpn's vpn. Where is it really a drum. You'll never know this is a metaphysical now is the vpn. Vn is used in the middle of a forest to actually happen. That's it is it even in the forest is your so. Do you want to say anything for people can find your what they can do. Yes you can find that. Detailed entertainment dot com. That's all you need to do is type in all films. Are there They are ad free. and right now on roku or you need to do is go to the roku channel store type in d. as in derek t isn taylor essays and shane and it will take you right to the details. Entertainment roku channel coup. And i've been dave the kitchen and this has been gruza comedy and we will hope to catch you again. Good bye bye sir.

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042721 Hour 2

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Join today and get more information at ace. Tj dot com or on the act tj app. Everything you need to know could be found right here. This is now trending with regards. tj show. I was really curious to see why apple maps was trending this morning. And it's because people are weighing the merits of apple maps versus google maps and a lot of people are saying apple. Maps is better on your phone which i wholeheartedly disagree with. They must have concussions. I mean really but It's big debate. I refuse to use apple maps. I've had an iphone for about two weeks. And i hate pretty much everything about it but including apple maps could delete it. I know you can't Didn't want you doing that. Never had an issue with apple maps. I use it every day of my life but you also run into stuff. Yeah constantly direct and you into you know polls and things. Yeah that's literally. What every joke of on this threat is about people using apple maps and then running off. Parking garages running into the ocean. Not giving me credit. Because i've turned my life around but whatever. Well it's a little early to say you've turned to live around. You haven't hit in three weeks. Yeah it was counting. My name's alexis. Three months bent free. Somebody said using the stars as guidance is better than apple letting the sun guide you better than apple maps and since we're talking about Apple and ios. They released ios fourteen point five. Yesterday i immediately downloaded and they said this is great. Because you'll now be able to use face unlock even if you're wearing a face mask which is great but there's a catch. You have to have an apple watch gift to be wearing your apple watch for that to work so originally they had been testing it out so you could record a different face four face. Id with the mask on but turns out. It's not safe enough. You have to have the apple watches wealth or if you have the new ios you can delete that apple maps. Can you delete it really. Good free up some space. I don't have that. I got a phone one. I mean basically using We call it. The shuffle phone ipod shuffle. A shovel. j.lo's little slow to catch up. I don't wanna give him a home button man. I don't blame you. i don't blame you at all. And i was curious to see what the viewership for the oscars on sunday night. Well it turns out we were all right it was it was in the lowest viewership ever even ten million not even ten million for the first time it fell from twenty three point six million last year two years ago it was twenty nine million last year. It was twenty three point six million. They went from twenty three point six to nine and a half million people that watch the academy awards. Now they say part of the problem was nobody knew any of the movies because nobody had been to the movies in a you know. Nobody really kept up with all the different movies so you didn't know anything that they were talking about. Well and none of the movies are movies that anybody would watch any way normal people and you have to also take into consideration that these hollywood people at these awards shows and all are disgusting. People don't want to hear but you about them complaining and all the stuff that they do. They're just they're just they're terrible and after they said you were going to get even more time to talk. Were like less movies more tolerant as good things there. There's no funny host like you know no funny hosts know and all the speeches were way too. Long award i kept seeing used a lot was unwatchable. It was unwatchable. It just wasn't an entertaining show. It's the ninety dollars just getting hammered. But who cares like it affects you no way these rich people. It'd be a message that should send a message to them. Okay you need to change this overhaul this thing. It's a heavy dose of reality. Yeah chocolate dunker. Ruse are set to hit store shelves in july perfect time for pool and swimsuit season The dunkers originally came back last year. Right as the pandemic star they are as delicious as you could possibly remember and now the chocolate version is hitting store shelves soon. fair exciting. New mellow friend ginny keeps cases of them to mazing. She since she's a move. I sent me a whole pack of. I think there were six of them in their crush. Them crowd that was before. I mean after my time. Yeah the dunker reuss. I was already getting drunk aroo by the time. Those fair miller ponies come on and people were sharing pictures of the sky pool that set to open in may in the uk. His ears me. I know it's a pool. That's one hundred twenty feet above the street and it connects to apartment buildings. It was built in denver and then shipped to the uk. It's the water alone. I think they said as three hundred twenty six tonnes and it connects to apartment building so by apartment in these buildings. It's about a million dollar apartment on the lower end but it's never been done before pool like this. I look at that at the several things number one. That's really cool number two. I think think i'd like to swim across it. But i won't know until i get there. You know what i mean. Yeah yeah there's no. I can tell you right now. There's no way i would want to be in. That is as i am. Can you re tweet. That reagan's yeah so if you follow us on twitter at the tj show in our instagram. We'll post this because it's crazy and that's the question i again. You have to ask yourself. Would you want to swim across this. I think i would until i get there. Does anybody see foresee a problem. Like people go naked in there and show down. Hollywood i mean can you just hang out in that pool. It's a little shallow. It's not a okay. Know an eight foot depth pool. No you'd want it to be shallow so you get more people in it just hanging out and drinking. It's that's the thing would you wanna be Pulled up onto the edge that pool. Not me laid out there. Yeah terrifying the answer. Your question reagan's yes because anytime you give people an opportunity to be seen naked like that. They're going to take advantage of it. They see and you know london you know. How many are yeah. Nobody wants to voluntarily looking somebody in london naked they force people to do. Like a million. Mr bean's and that is what's now trending one of the most annoying things as As an adult happens to happen to me yesterday. It's not over the top like a nightmare or anything but it's very annoying. It's happened to everyone. But once i fixed the situation My daughter told me something that exists out there that i just cannot believe in. We're going to have to do a bet. No one's listening. Who on it because it just blows my mind that there would be any human. That would do this. I'll tell you what it is next when you're five will be here. Twenty four seven with the tj. Show plus on the acer. Tj button tj alexis. Why you roll your eyes. When i say that about women can't just be sports fans. They have to show that they're sports fan true. You have a mugshot with a jersey on jay true. It's true if i may quote alexis from earlier this morning quote you think Shanty looked like me say that. I don't know where that came on. The answer is no but you think ashanti looked like me. Now listen up. Yesterday there was a lot of stuff going on around my house around me. Because i don't do a whole lot. My wife was out on the own pooch talking on the phone finally got her to talk somebody on the phone after all these years of pushing and prodding and trying to encourage her to do so. I finally got her to agree to do that. So she's outside talking on the phone Boy is working and The girl one whose home from college was upstairs Taking a shower and whatnot. I had been going through the house gathering up the trash. Yesterday was trash day to get it out for to be picked up today And some other little things. That i normally don't like doing so then i get finished with that and i finally sit down in chairs in front of the tv in the living room. So i'm out there. Where i can have a visitor's i'm not shut up into my own special little private room. I don't like anybody coming into amount. They're trying to be social. And all of a sudden as soon as i get comfortable got the air kicked on so it's blowing right on me. You know here. I went okay surely not. It's kind of like when you got a little baby in the middle of the night and the baby starts and you know it's about to wake up and need to be fed and all that stuff you just lie there and go. Maybe maybe this is. Not what i think. It is few seconds later stupid. Smoke detector needs a new battery. So then you gotta try to figure out which one it is. And i'm not good at that. It's i can go stand under the one that i think it is. And then i'll hear at chirp upstairs and not go upstairs and the neck. No it's coming from downstairs. So i'm playing this game and i finally located it. I mean because when you have. Let's see thirty one smoke detectors in the house to you know to cover most of the of the heated area. It's kind of hard to determine where it's coming from especially by yourself usually a call a staff into help me you know spread out and figure out where it's coming from and nobody was there giving them the day off so i located switched out the battery so technically that's doing handyman thing. Yeah so. I need to get credit for that manual labor fixed. Sit back down who my daughter comes down and go. What did you hear what i had to do. I guess you heard what was going on down here. That i had to take care of dinner and she said no. I said smoke detector was going off. Let me know that it needed a new battery and found it by myself. Switched it out by myself so nobody else has to deal with in the middle of the night because that's usually when it happens in the middle of the night so i got all that taken care of. And she told me that there are people that are Displayed on the on the tiktok and such that. Ignore those things and just learn to live with it with a beep of smoke detector going off every thirty seconds or however long it is. I just can't imagine that. No i cannot imagine it is. I mean that's torturous. That's what you would do to somebody trying to get up to talk. And and most importantly it's beeping to tell you that the batteries running low and that thing that alert you to smoke in your house. There's fire well. They may look at it. Like i got another one the other one will catch it. Okay we don't but still just the the fact that you can live yeah. Our dishwasher has a little thing on it when it's finished with the cycle and all that and it's so faint like that and it drives me nuts before you get over there and turn it off. Imagine living in the house where every thirty seconds that ear piercing is going off. I have seen this that people that because she said that they show him on tiktok where they're just walk into their house. She's living exactly right. I've lived it long gone with that thing going off like that. Well i have to call like my apartment complex to change him. So i was not trying to do that for a while and i went to a month and a half learned to ignore it. Yeah i couldn't even hear it anymore. And i have high ceilings too so i feel like echoes even more and just because you didn't want to call them to come fixed. I can understand you know not just jumping right away and doing it. If you have high ceilings. You don't have a big ladder you can't reach it that. Of course. I mean you wouldn't be five foot ceiling. Yeah it was like during Cove it and i was just like since we've known you. Yeah oh my god. If we would've known that. I don't think we would have use that kind of and i'm looking it up now. There's there are plenty of up there. Say last week that i was a procrastinator. I'm not lying. Yeah but even i. I'm i am as bad of a procrastinator and lazy person as there can be sometimes but even that i couldn't ignore that can zone a lot of things out. So what are you having to tune out right now in your life just having to ignore it and move on. Say it's a. You're having to ignore that every time you walk in the house your husband's playing his new drums and you're just having to live with it. Maybe you're having to ignore your wife's mom because she's in the house always doing snow and it could be something that happens every day at a certain time it could be that every day at a certain time your significant other works out upstairs and you have to ignore the fact that you can hear dropping stuff on the floor are jumping whatever and it just doors into it. Maybe you're having to ignore the fact that your wife has a boyfriend because you're you know you're planning on know getting the ducks in a row before you hit her with the divorce papers. I know it's happening. I'm just ignoring it for so we'll keep you anonymous if he want. Oh just so good. If you send a d- Make sure that you put in the d. m. that you want to stay anonymous so one triple eight forty one if you wanna collar. Dms what are you having to ignore right now. This is the tj show live from the radio button networks studios. This is the ac tj show. Yesterday was brought to my attention that people actually ignore the sound of a smoke detectors battery going out and they will live that way and just learn learn to To ignore it. And not fix it. And i couldn't even imagine doing that. So what do you got going on in your life that you're having to ignore this lady says i have to ignore a co worker. She's trying to steal my wedding and my life. We in big time new. Have to ignore my big beautiful wife. She's pregnant with our second child and the mood swings are getting really bad. But i know from experience just to ignore it and try to comfort her. I could have gone either way that big old wife. That's pose four fake my big beautiful wife. My god i love this one guy that says i've got to ignore the smell of my girlfriends rank. We'd i don't smoke myself. But i do have a couple of beers. So i can't be hypocrite but every single day all caps when i get home or apartment smells like a college frat house. I just crack a beer. Take a deep breath and spray the for breathe into the bathroom where she smoked until she finally surrenders Have to ignore. My boyfriend constantly biting his nails than spitting out the tiny pieces of data. So i'd rather have that boyfriend with long fingernails. we gotta choose one or the other. I'd rather have biting and spitting them out then along fingernails home. I got hate long fingernail. There's a lady who says she's learned that she has to ignore her boyfriend's playing. Ps five every night. Same time because while he plays he commentators to her what he's whether she's in the room or not telling her about his win or what's happening right now to block it out wall back and forth through the up and what you do. Take your badge. She's whatever she's doing he's like look about coming down the hill. We're gonna meet him at the bottom of the hill. She's like. I could not care last about what's happening with real show. I mean i'm sure she does give him stories and all about things that are important to our that he didn't care about you know like how she breeds and that sort of thing. He's busy playing video games. He doesn't have time to worry about whether or not you. Breathe kidding of course There's another lady here. That says i've have learned to ignore my father-in-law blowing the dirt slash leaves off his out of his car port and his driveway at least five to ten times a day. Driving us insane. So again like well you pollen. He's living with them or at least nearby. big beautiful. this lady says i've learned to ignore this. Dang trunk light on my car. I'm going to get it fixed. i just haven't yet. The trunk is closed tight in the in. The light comes on just goes thing. keepdriving unplug that from a car. That's all you need to do. Recall drive with people that just let the seat belt light that ding ding just running out. Please buckle up your seat comes. It'll stop after a while. I know that's what i'm saying. That makes nut so you plug it. Put your seatbelt on. That's i think that's conforming. Don't okay. I didn't realize that. Tj show. Hey rob you got the list. What's next on the list. Oh yeah yeah millennials. Turn them forty. Now what's going to happen. Ooh coming up. Next more of the tj show coming up is quick books slowing your business down. Give challenges managing inventory project profitability or. Just getting paid fast enough. Get your business to a better place in graduate to net suite two day stop paying for multiple systems. That don't give you the information you need when you need it. Ditz the spreadsheets and all the old software you've outgrown now is the time to upgrade to nets by oracle the world's number one cloud business system nets. We gives you visibility and control over your financials. 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The most middle aged like the most middle aged things that millennials have ever caught himself saying Was i was vending to a co worker about the noisy people living next to me and i actually said the words damn teenagers and their bluetooth machines Once i can't have caffeine or i'll never get to sleep and That was said at one pm. Yeah that's the eastern drink coffee through the day you but probably not forever. I'm sure that's going to happen eventually. You still have a while before your your your forty year in them Middle to upper age group. Of the millennials right. Yeah i don't know what. The lower end of millennials. We've talked about it one hundred times. I don't think it's Like twenty two. Okay is the lower end of the millennium. i think some. I said that a friend said do you wanna go out to dinner and the response was i. Can't i have chicken in the fridge. That i have to cook before it goes back by the way i looked it up Twenty five to forty s at home depot us it. oh yeah. 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Character Acting With  amonn  Elliott

"Diary of an Unemployed Actor"

28:31 min | 1 year ago

Character Acting With amonn Elliott

"Good feel fun. What character actor is one of those things that varies depending on who? You're talking to some people say a character actor is supporting actor that plays a specific type of unique role but then they just play that over and over and again. I don't think that's true at all. Actually think a character actor is an actor with a lot of range that allows them to play multiple unique characters over and over again and to me. That's kind of what mix character actor a character actor. They're capable of playing often more eccentric more interesting roles that are often cast in the supporting role often as comic relief or the odd person that they encounter at some points through the journey of the film. That's me is what a character actor as and Ayman is a fascinating person. He is a character actor in life is one of those people. If you meet him. You might think that he is playing a character because he is such a fascinating person and I really enjoyed this interview with Amazon preface. This by saying that The audio quality connect cuts out at a bit. It's a combination of the quality connection and Ayman's voice. That is just the way he talks. He speaks is. He'll say something pause for a moment give whatever he's going to say a thought and then speak again. So there's these kind of odd sounding pauses which contributes to him personally. Being an interesting character. I had the pleasure of working with him in a film a few years ago and he is just fantastic and so I was super happy that he agreed to come on the podcast and chat with me so without any further ado. Here is my interview with a brilliantly entertaining person by the name of Amon Elliott. This episode is sponsored by Anchor Dot. Fm If you haven't heard about anchor is the easiest way to make podcast. In fact it is what I use for this podcast. First off it is free. It's easy and they submit your podcast services such as spotify Google podcast and Apple. Podcast they do this for Free. Some hosting platforms will charge you a monthly hosting fee. And you have to distribute it yourself. Anchor has built in creation tools. That allow you to record. And Edit your podcast right from your phone or computer providing you with everything you need to make a podcast recording interviewing editing and publishing do podcasts. For the money we do it because we enjoy making them. But money is nice and with anchor. You can make money from your podcast with no minimum listenership. Some services require over two thousand downloads. Per before you can monetize anchor. We'll let you generate ad revenue if you are a smaller podcast like this one. Download the free anchor APP or go to play dot. Fm to get started. Welcome to diary of an unemployed actor with me Milo Denison today I am joined by the very talented amen. Elliott and we are going to. We'll talk about acting. I Guess Hence. The name of the PODCAST. Welcome to the show. Eamon smiler happening. Yeah no I'm glad glad. Glad glad you agreed to come on. 'cause it's interesting like with you In we kind of we're talking about this the other day when I was asking to come on the show is you're you're considered kind of a character actor and I find character actors. Brilliant and anyone listening. I think there's a bit of a like wool. What exactly as a character actor type stuff and for me. I think of character actors. Are those talented people that are not you know the Star of the film? They're the ones you know the supporting cast. But they do tons of work yet. Nobody really knows who they are. Because the fact that they do such a convincing job of Becoming these characters would would you say that's an accurate description? What years now. We kind of see faces and you're kind of going in different films. I know that I know that person it always. It always be working and might seek technocrat leading. You don't always see same contractors in different films. I agree and I think character actors in which more talented because they're able to actually play these unique characters when I watched and nothing against Lake Leonardo copyright I think is very talented actor and I love the movies he does but if you watch DiCaprio movie it's it's him right. He's playing you know you. His characters are different from movie to movie. But it's still him but you look at some of the people around him and you might not recognize them but they're probably in tons of movies and I do know a guy by the name of Stephen. Root we ever heard him heard the name or is he's instantly anytime. I hear the term character actor. He's who comes to mind so Have you seen you've seen office base the movie office space okay? Well if you've seen office space he's the stapler guy. So he's that guy the take my stapler. I I found out about HIM IN TV. Series called newsradio. That was in the states. But he's also been in like dodge ball and all these other movies and it looked them up in preparation for our conversation. And you look at him on. Imdb is got two hundred and forty seven credits next to his name so he's literally constantly working and yet kind of that thing you'd like if you were to say his name ninety percent of the people would be like. I have no idea who this guy is to me. That's what I think is very talented character. Actor in was you. I think of you that way too so I was looking over for you I was looking over your instagram earlier. Into anyone listening I would absolutely recommend follow Ayman on Instagram A throw link in the show notes like the most recent like six or seven. You've got your time for one. And the next one with the MIME. There's like It's kind of blue with these weird Glasses things on but music video I did is Mad Scientist. Mad Scientists in a museum the author. You go so mad scientist. We've got Yet just all these fantastic characters the full gambit if you go through your instagram and I think it's brilliant. How do you find role sir? How how do you get cast in a lot of this stuff company with Secret I've done before under simple reason I get mad. I music video did about governor was paranoid a briefcase of money. God was looking at me so just went into the hoke stops getting really needed the character then he had made to look at H. Videos. That people saw those and tell me different things. Dan Besides your instagram. You also have a really good website. Which has a lot of your work on it in this to anyone. Who's is an actor listening? Take a look at men's at website as well to help get an idea of how to promote yourself as an actor because what you do on your website is you break it down to. There's like music videos. There's film their state so people can actually look at different things that you've done. You put it all in one place so I wanna find out about you. I don't have to like go to YouTube. Search or go to CNN. Actually just go straight to your website and see a lot of the stuff that you've done because it's all nicely laid out on your website says actor actress. I always think of David Kelly. David Kelly said I'm just thinking the same thing in my head so busy in Charlie check battery. Granddad challenged Chakri as as a Riley using web. Two that made payments is in another series robins nests Into the best low to stuff on the beginning and he moved to England if over there was his face and he's always been working be detained man like myself. He's done me computers due to save Kenny occupy. If you could stay working like consistently like yes he he recently. Did you just say he recently died right? Yeah you're right actually. I've just looking up as you were talking He's done a ton of stuff. So yeah it's it's interesting with the character actors because yeah they're always working in people can have this kind of negative view because it's like well they're not the lister so they're not this and that NAD and it's like yeah but it's I think they're more respected as performers. In my in my opinion I mean I I certainly find certain character actors much more at fascinating and and well skilled as performers. Where did you? What did you study? Where did you study up Folks okay or a Senate stats came okay. So you probably must have gone to school around the same time I did. Then because when I was in school was all about Stanislavsky as well in now it kind of seems everybody's really into like Meisner which I know is kind of a subset of Santa Claus. Give Tom it's interesting. You don't hear Stanislavsky as much anymore as an acting technique nice staff though many always wants to our it. Got The chance to play nearly every occurring in either everyone Brandon's were nece. The all the densities Nell League great shocking display. I had on off and they're seeing that is well across the stage with talk. Talk cottage cheese or go to the day's December is was the closed. Clarkston I gave an Amana and the set after cage fade. Your candidate. Lovely Person. Chima Talk Dantonio. Should love the person and data from that then kind of got no. The actor's name actors actors I admired cuts know them better and they told me about focus. Asia must do that. So how did you get cabinet in the first place if you hadn't really ever done anything prior to that like did you just see something or know somebody in there like? Hey come addition just hope the casting directors and I was a passing grade monastery if all the kids were not before me window. Very slowly pretenders. I couldn't walk Jericho off. The stage came down and help me help me up onto the state became about thirty does every night. That's a good idea so you so you did. I think what some people like kind of be the character a little bit even before you walk on stage in front of the castings. Do you do that now a little bit. When you go in for an audition film their fears go and Winter Creek. Brilliant director and The homeless Guy Eunice on it was very loosely. James Joyce's the dead and I was homeless guy to meet some times and I interact with demento indirect with them differently. Tampa bar the snow snow. It was really cold Homeless Guy and going to be spent public. I sat on the highway. There event photography that in. I had my gray tracksuit. John Miniature Catchy used for painting is head down across the road. It was amazing when accommodating It's GONNA UNDO skies. There said the pope I told about students. Ups An actor That's awesome great. I trust of his children too. Because I knew you believable. Yeah things like ask. That's brilliant. That was right for it. I was GonNa ask you these so you started acting in your twenties right. Is that what you said? And I own Then was those no work so you kind of had to be kept this. I kept this under a went to AIDS coded. Ninety four didn't go ninety five but it always have to keep my job to keep me going again in. Taza trial steady With the folks kiss asking employed the time to I'm unemployed so India acting. You didn't do a then epidemic. Yeah that's an interesting thing is people. I've talked to so far. You know a lot of people say that too. It's like if I if I didn't do it then. I would probably never do it. And and it's interesting thing in life that sometimes we get to this point in our lives. Where like I mean. They're going to do it or I'm not GonNa do it for me was I. I always evacuate. I did that. Play with adamant And and then a metro bike. Back Away His colleagues in the system he said to me she wants the young Shanghai highest mind towards young people involved in the stage. So I did that and then just as the venue your costumes. That's the last some of the players in but those those streets Chaffetz doing sketch in the national concentrate. Denno of anyone who writes this belief? I write comedy sketch for the console. And then Nash is a species want to show toll. It Lowers King. Fury's had set yet show then the next to Philip. We did one for Because so from depression. Mental Illness mcevoy and putting those two years later than was kind of a Get the tap on the shoulder every so often. You should be doing this. You working fulltime as an actor now right well whenever you can get work. I mean like you don't have a regular day job. No okay were you parents Big Into Theater and stuff. Was that a thing back when you were younger. My parents are you in Roy was knocked down. Euro is born and everybody Will Carling came over? Everybody dedicate huge styles there and the dews data Stage show to for television. Think everybody I'm Though were at least always go to that discussion on some of the the axe. And what are the experts Monica? Bunny or says she used to play designed for good friend of moments and the mobile was telling us about these things and cheapest Crews under if Monica was playing in different shows than short cruise show there was kind of comedian of a semi show variety. Show and the Pantomime Dame Then because my mom I've always felt around distant people that amazed. Gosh no more impactful. Educate on the second strep on a backstage then after the show at showed struck struck book was always that kind of driver moment Nurture that she she's still alive. She's still around. No sociable estimate their leftover. Oh Okay what did she did? She go to many area. Your shows though which is still really supportive of it. I did a film called Frankie under that strike. Against based Taft. My Dad kept his way of Sell the Fella Myself. God you'll see yourself to hang my God did Stat that shows to a jewelry. My conscious my God you. Don't they give compliments? Sorry I didn't catch. Was it intentionally basically character on your dad or was kind of. Yeah okay the Fella. My hat to In the device as a man who escaped from a nursing home of a daddy is is nowadays without. That is very quiet. And WHO's very I've had got into Frankie's though my mom also kind of very impressed by So he that is nice that is nice yes savannah and Claire. Who I've already had interviewed both of them on this podcast. So that's that's great. That films doing pretty well like it's in G it's been In a few festivals correct. I I haven't actually seen it has so I don't know much about it other than that The I think cloud it savannah directed it or did they co directed at Codex Cisco directed it. And you start in it so just goes to show character. Actors can start him up to a birthday. Dad's birthday was the ninth of January January. I got word from Savannah fast and winning. The was screened Pinewood Studios in London and substitute in. They would analyst just meant. Oh that's lovely is. It's still going to be screened in. Pinewood or is it Didn't like one. Was that supposed to happen? Think of the end of the year. September so okay so it should still houses will if you guys come over to London for the screening of it. If you decide to come over let me know we can go out for a pint or something like that so tell me about. I didn't know this about you that you did stand up as a granny called. Macy Elliott has first of all. What got you into stand up. And then secondly Where did this character come from? Santos I was doing a get minus-10 comedy. She ran a company car. Gironde come deduction an Improv. Down to supposed shut the door You should stand up so you can stand up me south so does the character. The NBA's Maisy came into being because easiest admixture morning Mayenne Easter vulnerable. And I stuck in donate more digits than stuck intitial after keep love because I was doing would have stripped To know tonight I read newspapers on birth. Were saying that out to where the pajamas enough as anymore has just go to brush just is people policies policy so easy to make well nowadays. I think politics in any country is easy on me. Do you still perform as this character. Broke don't have because just going around to begin to do case with me a change in the Gen so the chance within do was just to was worth fed up. You don't stick if I do this. Do you have anything coming up that you're going to be working on here pretty soon? Hopefully it was in Philadelphia last November William hold in Russia and in prime yet. Now maybe six after eight points. I don't know whether cuts of buyers whether it's the same of hugh both work that Lake in the and you get spurts where you're in demand you're not getting signs that you can cut would offer. Novo. It's kind of a weird life of being an actor. 'cause I hear stories about that too by other actors like you're like working constantly or not working at all you know you're really in demand or you. Nobody's calling units kind of a weird how that works. It'd be nice if it Kinda even itself out a little bit as best thing of it. Oh was do now what I meant. That's Great Kate Kate. It'd be kind of organizing shows on the avenue run. The direct shows was bound to happen. That's that's funny my My sister tells the story to when we were kids. How I would basically kind of get the neighborhood kids together and put you know kind of like direct in and make a play happened and stuff with all the neighborhood kids and stuff like that so when she when I talked to her about like doing different projects and stuff she's like yeah it kind of makes sense good business and it's funny because I don't remember a lot of our childhood and she remembers like everything that's really kind of funny can sure remind me about stuff all the time. So yeah you can kind of tell at a pretty young age sometimes. What a person probably should be doing in so. Let's great that you're actually doing that. Same thing that it Kinda seemed like you should have been an so. That's end that you've been doing it for so long. That's fantastic and still and still working. Okay what we should probably wrap up here. Is there any lake Social media profiles. Or anything you want to tell people about to if they want to track you down any Any voiceover casting directors harry voice on this podcast and decide they wanNA cast you know. Contact you for any reason on ready mentioned websites Instrum facebook page as well. I always put up load stuff on from and called Eamon actor Eddie attack. That's aiming Elliott actor. Yeah it's a it's a group because it's not a discovered with facebook page hound for Brad to ads under To Do I find that if you grew Group rather than a page same has so a s H. I need to ask you about one more pitcher on your instagram here. So it's kind of towards the bottom and it's you're sitting at the beach on like a innertube thing a play toy covered in white. What what is this around? My waist answer website identity operation and there was an ad it was a day of wasting digits as June was just to show her ways away for people that are covered in Dung some Search funding inevitably not doing the Comedy comedy keeping a straight face is doing it kind of made sure I had done dry ice than the Avenue this attribute the roaches over. So ooh crying with the left. Give a laughed. Meet my performance Mr so I just went to deaconess bean mode people. Some people say look like Mr Bean I'm participant into the whole to being stupid too busy and the work. That's what that is. If you check on you see the video on my waste of a Ye see might not mode and there's so my waist dot A. I will look at that after we get off this call I could see the Mr Bean comparison though that makes another. You've said that well Ayman Minna rapid up here but Thanks a lot for jumping on and chatting with me and obviously best of luck with your career and I look forward to in numerous upcoming things.

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