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Ep. 423 - Peter Guidry uses kratom to treat PTSD
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But probably it was ISIS, and they hit a restaurant in Mon Bijou and northern Syria the Kurdish held areas, and it it killed one. Green beret there were three other American fatalities. My understanding was an interpreter was an Intel guy and the other was civil affairs. And then there were also additionally to guys who are wounded and both of them were green berets as I was told the to the to w I as so that was pretty horrific. We lost four people yesterday as some of you probably saw footage emerged of this very interesting helicopter that flew in and Yvette the casualties. It appears probably one of the clandestine helicopters that J sock has at their disposal. So some information came out about that also. But we're just we're still reporting on that and covering that. I think that from my perspective, the timing is not an accident. Isis wants us there. They wanna keep us there. Trump is trying to withdraw it appears from Syria, even though we're see-saw on on that. But it does seem that he wants to pull us out of there. These groups like ISIS, Al Qaeda, their their stated strategy, in many cases is to bait us into attacking them. That's why a lot of Taliban elements in Afghanistan, rebranded themselves as ISIS. It's to keep us there because they as long as we're there they can claim some sort of legitimacy by saying we're fighting these foreigners these outsiders trying to colonize our country. You know, we're fighting the west where fighting imperialism were fighting the Christian crusaders or whatever. The fuck bullshit stories. They wanna spend. So it's it's. Hooves these terrorist organizations to bait America in in keep us there. And when we leave they have less legitimacy because now they're just fighting their fellow Muslims there, fellow Arabs. And that's how I would perceive that attack there were trying to send a message. No, ISIS is not dead. Don't go running away quite yet. I some really unfortunate news and really sad news. But what you're saying on foreign policy actually, reminding me of something I took a screen shot of. And I forgot all about it. I'm glad that you reminded me of kind of the infighting going on in the Republican party over foreign policy right now in that I- inviting over everything right now while I saw that rand Paul tweeted, he was like, you know, and rand Paul is not exactly Donald Trump. Then when he was running for president. But he was like Donald Trump is keeping his campaign promises we need to declare victory in these areas. Basically that type of thing. And then I saw and I think you're probably not going to agree with this. But a former guest of the podcast and Crenshaw tweeted at rand Paul at rand Paul is giving the president bad advice. There are those of their those of us who have sacrificed for our nation who know the importance of this terrorist threat and the need to stay vigilant. We go there. So they don't come here. It's that simple. It's really not that simple though. I mean, these are very complicated countries. And we're waiting into cultures and conflicts that we don't we're not really stakeholders in and the the local population knows that and we don't necessarily understand the drivers for these conflicts. And even if we do or certainly not prepared to address them. I mean, we're not gonna stay there and institute some sort of Marshall plan for Syria. I mean, come on we're going to rehabilitate that place like we did to Berlin. And after World War Two like get fucking serious here. So yeah, I mean, I'm going to have to disagree with Dan. And but I mean, Dan also did not really elaborate too much there. I mean, that's a very bland statement to add to this too. So that was a post on Twitter because I realized I remembered there was more to it. Okay. This was I mean, it's not much more. But this was the caption he wrote for that, you know, screen shot at post on Instagram, which is at Dan Crenshaw Teac, thus far the president has found the right balance for our wars avoid nation building while keeping special operations presence to maintain pressure on a very much alive. Enemy police do not veer from. This course, Mr President our troops. Sacrifices must not be in vain. Well, I'm not sure it's so much Donald Trump's position. I think he inherited these wars. I don't think he feels any obligation to sustain them because it's Donald Trump. You know, he was outside or he ran on that he never made these he was not a politician previously to this. So he wasn't making these decisions like, let's invade this country or that country. So I don't think he feels morally or ideology tethered to these wars and the same way that maybe somebody like, you know, a George Bush or Bill Clinton might. But that said, I think Trump inherited these wars, and he is to some extent a victim of the institution. He be sports for he's a president. He's not a dictator, and I think he would pull us out if he could. But he's finding out what a quagmire that is. Yeah. And also when I read that caption, it's one of those strange things because Dan Crenshaw is a guy who's fought in these wars. Dan, Crenshaw is a guy who nearly made the ultimate sacrifice. He. And you know, it does make me wonder from that perspective. Is it, you know, was of the idea of this all done in vain that that hits home. Well, I mean, that's the sunk cost fallacy the idea that we have already poured so much into it. So we need to keep pouring more and more into it. I mean, it's like Vietnam, you know, just keep sending more and more troops. And in the end, it's a strategic defeat. Anyway, how many American lives we keep throwing away on a hopeless endeavor? At some point you have to make the mature decision. Even though we served in this conflict, Dan, and I both did we both have our heart or hearts in it. We are blood, sweat and tears invested in it. What how many generations of future Americans? Do we condemn to the same fate simply because we we have trouble. Let go, you know. It's kind of interesting to me is that Dan crank position at least from that tweet and Instagram post is actually almost the opposite of a guy like Mark boy out who we had on who's like we need today shin. Bill, I feel like we need to stay there for several generations. But in the same way, we've had a presence in and other places and Dan crunch is saying we need to be there. But we don't need the nation. Right. Which means the problem goes on forever because these insurgencies will go on forever until the local issues are resolved issues of corruption poverty, all of these things about involve the the nation state has to resolve or at least attempt to address for people. So if you're not going to resolve those issues that just means the insurgency goes on. Indefinitely. So my question for someone like, Dan Crenshaw would be what is America's national interests in each of these countries where we have troops deployed, and what is what is your strategy? What is your plan? And what is the endgame that you're hoping to accomplish here? And by the way, he he addressed this on the podcast with us. You know, I it's been awhile since I heard it before making that bash. But while I was making the best of you know, he made the same exact argument with you. And when you said like, how long do we stay there are we there forever? And I remember dancer sponsors. Like, we've got a presence in Germany. We've had a presence in Japan. Yeah. It's a little little different though, is I would agree with you where you have stable first world nations with experiences in governance, and democracy and freedom and all that good stuff all that jazz in and well developed countries, like Korea, Japan and Germany, and we have formed an international partnership or an alliance to work with one another. Okay, that's one thing. But occupying by force foreign countries in the Middle East and with this sort of haphazard strategy. Maybe we'll stay there for five hundred years, and they'll turn into a jeffersonian. Democracy. Like, that's not a strategy. We owe it to our selves in our country. And we owe to our troops to offer something better than that. Why see that we've connected actually with Peter's wife Kelly on on Skype. Okay. I think it'll just be Peter on with us. But although they're both the co founder of the organization both air force vet so Coetzee get right into it on with us. Peter Gigiri former security forces airforce, airmen and co-founder of forgotten not gone, which is a veteran for purpose organization out of Las Vegas. Their mission is to stop out veteran suicide and find alternative therapy for veterans the other co founder of forgotten not gone Peter's wife Kelly, also former air force, we just got to speak to for a couple of minutes before bringing on Peter. The main thing I really wanna get into today's crate him because the way that I became familiar with. You was from the documentary Lifa faith, Chris bell documentary. But. Before we do. I would love to just get into your background in the air force. And where it all began. When in the air force, just a childhood dream both. My grandfather served in few mouthful served in the military. And so I had the privilege of being a security forces member in that's where I met my beautiful wife. She did security forces as well. And that's how initially everything just started from her our military service. But during that whole process, I got injured, you know, doing that that line of work and my after care of, you know, leaving the military that's one thing starting to spiral out of control in. That's where you know brings us today in the story behind that. And could you tell us a little bit about your injuries? Security forces. So my primary specialty may beginning was a m sixty machine gunner, and we worked in restricted areas. Guarding of the priory a resource nuclear weapons of that nature. And so just the day to day grind carrying a forty four pound weapon. Rucksack the different things that was detail in knees break down your back from that experience mind door and dirt car of Kenya. Pronounce it. My turn system was all thrown all the hormone levels and things like that. But my body just spouted out of controlling all air guy during the military service was narcotics to be able to deal with the disabilities. I didn't get physical therapy rehab things of that nature. And so I started having side effects from actual medicine as well. Start throwing up blood and literally just start getting sicker and sicker for a period. Time until the you know, finding crown. And how'd you get hooked up with Chris bell? When he started this documentary. One of our actually our neighbors who as urban ice owns that company. Mr Kelly done, you know, he has all our nonprofit in his Saint building where we were running our nonprofit out in north laws as and he just always all this riding bikes and one day, he got locked out at his place Indian knocking on her door, and you know. Tell them all the products end up telling them, I was taken that. And he told me he was owner. And it was just a it was just a a blessing to be able to meet him. But just the way we met in which is a it was weird. Just you get locked out of his house, but from from that period of time, I was able to meet the owner of organic ice, and I was already taken his product year prior to that. And so since that point he started donating to our local veterans. They're benign organics have been given us a lot of free samples for visions that try and two years later. That's how documentary came to be. Initial meeting. I I was doing a little bit or research myself because I had never heard of crate him until Ian was telling me about it actually wondering if you could tell us a little bit about what that actually is. Because it correct me if I'm wrong it comes from a leaf from a plant out of Thailand. Right. Yes, sir. Yes, exactly is just a natural product, you know, the capsulize it the particular brand that I take triple tested, and that was the difference of some of the other brands that you may of heard about some of the people other people that are buying in both the same product, you know, they're making out of their base men, you know, and had some contaminants of things of that nature. But. Unregulated right? Isn't that the reason why people are just making it left? And right, just like many other natural supplements. You know, you're going to order in bulk in repackage them the things of that nature. But the particular one that we have with the leap of faith that I've been taking his actually in the laboratory, you know, pharmaceutical than comes already package to the company so nobody's actually making it in their house, or, you know, at a local store since you're based out of bagels is this like a big thing there right now because I could tell you in here, New York, I'm starting to see a few gas stations here, and there that's that say like we sell create them, but it's far and few between. However, when I was in south Florida, you cannot go anywhere without seeing Kabore HS, which is based out of them and create them. And I think it's because on fortunately that is like the place that people go to to recover from opioid addiction. And you know, they're looking for any alternative, they could find is has it caught on in Vegas. I still knew you know, how actually met it was a local company it's called a pure health, mama pop stores, probably fifteen hundred square foot place, and they had the display there. So I wasn't a person to go to a smoke shop or anything of nature. And so I made it through a regular, you know, supplement store of, you know, five years ago now when I start taking, but those same people that Amama pop a team at work that store they taught me about juicing prior to that. So I learned about the garish juicing that helped me stop throwing up blood and helped me start bounce back for these disabilities that I had so I entrusted them to lease try the the crowd and finesse the beginning because they had helped me with some other disabilities. I was working through to expand on that. Because I was asking what freedom is. But I still don't really underst-. Why would you take it? I want it to a natural pain reliever. Basically same type of category retain, his pain relief. Maybe. His aspirin of that nature. But for myself, I have GI issues, and so all the other medicine, they're giving me it was caused me to throw a blood even further. And again, that's why I was fired on control of the crab allow me to come off the code on all that zombie dope. And now, I'm just getting a hold of my pain just enough to be able to use my recumbent trike. And then get that that release that I need to get real angry a lot of times because I'm just gonna woke up this morning. Having sciatic pain, I'm having this spasms took two pills just enough just to relieve that burden for me. So I start moving for my life Ness was crabs have been for me. Just that that that little bit of hope, you know, allow me to get out the house without that that deadening effect that comes with opium opiates. I I suppose. Yeah. Actual particular one. I've take behind me. The Magda one. This is a has a little bit of energy behind this particular balloon right here. But this is my favorite strand in I say appear health is Ridgely who introduced me to this product before. I knew about word a organic is as just a regular, mommy pop store here in Las Vegas. And so I assume you're on Cranham right now as you're talking to us, she seemed completely coherent. So it's not it's not something that gets you high. It's not it's not, you know, like an Arcata or anything no far from it. And I said it says kill the pain not to patient. You know NASA. Whole thing will were educating our nonprofit as well, we got to educate our veterans better how to manage better manage their pain. It doesn't always go away the actual physical pain. If you think about our Vietnam era veterans Vietnam was fifty plus years ago. Those guys are still suffering from sane disabilities that they receive back in the seventies. Right. So how do we help our veterans be able to maintain on a daily function would be? Drugged up on their narcotics. And like in my instance, Saint medicine they give me to control the spasms. I'm having it says right there causes vomiting. So already have issues with vomiting blood, literally lost twenty pounds on blood. Why would you give me a a medicine to control spasms? But I'm gonna be throwing blood. You know, it really this is the first time since leaving the military. I was medically separated. No two and to found crowded with forgotten gone. My life was absolute mess. And so that's what crabs done for me, not necessarily worry about the pill so much as what it's allow me to actually do because now controlling my pain a lot better. So what's crazy about the whole situation? And and watching a leaf of faith is that we're talking about this. This is a natural supplement. It doesn't get you high. It seems to be having a positive effect on people like yourself, and yet there are politicians that wanna make. Complete. We a Wiegel, and it's it's confusing because from what I saw the documentary at least. And of course, Chris is like an advocate of this. So I I'm not gonna say it's a completely unbiased documentary. But there's I think one case of that kid who committed suicide, but was on a plethora of other stuff's antidepressants. And so just unless there's, you know, tons of documented there's people dying for cigarettes alcohol, like, it's kind of mind boggling of why they would wanna ban this completely unwashed. It's just all about the government make more profit regulating, it, I could understand because you're saying people are making this in their basement and the supplement industry as we all know is very unregulated. So they could just mix this with all types of fillers. And who knows what's in it? So that's why you gotta go to reputable source, but the idea of making illegal, I really don't get. And you know, last time when they made it a schedule one of control self a few years ago that within f same thirty days, they had came out some type of form suitable product that had a component of the of crap in there. I guess just the difference is the fact that it's not FDA regulated. So I doctors can't prescribe this. But if it's having positive effects, why not have people try this out before they get them on opioids or something sound similar to the debates. We've had about you know, medical marijuana over the years. Yeah. Except the only difference is it's not impairing. I mean, I assume right now, you can go out drive a car, you know, do whatever you want to do during your day on crate him and wouldn't be any different befall our progress, we have a straw, happy. And you can see where we're riding Las Vegas where we're all over the place. Maybe we're literally we're controlling our pain. And in the day. We have some things where bears about disabilities. Limitations. I wanna move forward. My life though, I don't want to sit in a VA hospital. Talking about old things wrong with me for allowing us to control the pain and get out the house, you know, nest what it's all about actually slogan. Get out the damn house. What are some of the other stories you've seen? Veterans are working with who have had a positive experience using it. Well, our local team makes it right with us. They use it as well into the same stories, particularly young lady just posted on her social feed about a relieving her mind grain headaches. And she was depressed. You know, a lot of doom and gloom stuff of story that she had with the crowds have been able to help. Now, just finish. Just graduated a unity the college of as a sociology degree in December over here. So got it control over pain two years ago using cram now graduating which bashers go to your masters degree. That's what we need to do. We need to find solutions to help our veterans, but also our community move forward. And that's what crimes had been really able to do is been able to help. So most people control the pain that's causing you to one inject yourself with heroin or something of that nature. And now you would find enough relief from the crowd him to where I don't need. All these other self destructive measures. I was fighting comforting before. That sounds excellent to me. So let's get into your forgotten not gone as you were saying you guys are riding over Vegas. What what because I've seen the videos. What exactly is that stuff that you guys ride? And it's it's interesting with a cold Vilma bills, Bella mobile recumbent trikes just like I'm sitting right now, you're never come position. And so the pedals are actually in front of us. And so they had lousy to overcome the spasms and the the pain I have with my back because I'm sitting down. And then now, I don't have to worry about my vision issues and things because I have three wills. So I'm safe I'm secure in the bike. We have the shell on them. So even like, it's rainy right now getting outside got electric system on the bike. So he won't my knees. Go out everything that's wrong. With me. I'm able to overcome that one pedal at a time, and as is just incredible bicycles, and you so you guys ride around on those not just you several. People. I guess have other, you know, similar issues. Yes. So just were veteran peer support network. Just fellow veterans serving one another. It's really just that simple. At in the day. You know, we got a doom and gloom store to tell you. But I don't wanna bore you. We're just moving forward right now. This is how we're moving forward. The crowd him got me out out of the bed off the couch. The bicycles gave me something positive do instead of going to the local bar and self medicating. I would veterans all day long riding bikes. And this was the first time since leaving military that filled life is worth living in the day. And what are you guys doing with forgotten gone? You know, because I know it say veterans organization five one three what exactly do you guys do? So we're actually moving ever grand opening of our new location on February third, and we're going to be located right across the street from the north Las Vegas airport that a commercial centre run by a army veteran over there. We won't hold that against the day. Still good people, but they were generous enough to give a space in there. So we can run our kids programs and have a meeting spot. Because since last February we lost our original location that we've been in the operate now last thirty months, and so we got over forty bikes right now, but they're stuffed away shipping containers, and we have to pull them out, and you know, with transport until the local parse to meet everybody, which is a chore. So we're just looking to expand is coming moth start getting a program be able to have our weekly rides. Again. If you go to our YouTube channel forgotten gone or g you can see the actually Visu. We see as riding the bikes we had something called her Saturday nights saviours ride in every Saturday night for over three years. We would meet up at the last location whoever's writing day forgotten gone provided a free recumbent trait for that veteran or the family, and we get on those bikes go downtown Las Vegas instead of us necessarily going to bars in, you know, having fun. We're right next to the bars peddling next to it. We're on laws Vegas boulevard. Fremont east. You know, the same thing that towards comes Bals dollar start community where able to experience that on recumbent trikes just having fun. And that's just opposite of being depressed. We just keep it simple. You know, keep a simple stupid as it does. Right. And I would assume with the logo on all these bikes. Also just raises awareness for the main cause which is veteran suicide, which is alternative therapy for vets. And I would think people see that they wanna get. I mean, if I just saw you guys riding around on these strikes. It'd be like what the heck is going on here. It raises interest. That's right. And that's what helped me overcome the labels at the VA placed on me, you know, when I went to the war related illness. Inter they said, you got PTSD and this and that in just six months ago, I lost my mental health provider that I had for over three years. Just all sudden, I showed so my point she no longer with Vini more. So Michael at least call me or something. So this new doctor half to see over there. They're saying, well, you know, you got PTSD you gotta take these pills. And it was just a horrible experience. Just six months ago, you know, appraised lower wife was able to come to the next appointment and talk to her in able articulate a little bit better. But from that point, I'm gonna say may today just had some post traumatic growth. I would say I understand that those people over there that's their best vice that they can give veteran, and they that's the best buys because they didn't serve do the things. We do what I need. What I experience now. Last six months to be round other veterans, and I'm around in team move incredible veterans people far better than me and everything and they've inspired me to live another day. This is actual therapy. That I needed the whole time. I've could save ten fifteen years of doom and gloom stories have been around the same type of veterans. I am today veteran peer support. That's what it's all about veterans, serving veterans couldn't agree more. And I think we've always preached that on here. The thing that's interesting with the documentary, and I do think people should see at the crystal documentary leaf faith is that so he talks about and I followed all the skies documentary, and they're all major, but yet trophy kids as he talks about how previously when he did prescription drugs. He was on all these opioids and he got off them during the making of this documentary, and he had to, you know, go to the Malibu rehab center where he would usually visit and tell them I'm on crate him like. But I'm completely sober is this accepted here. And it's weird. Because a lot of people are unaware of what it is. So they can't really give their take on it. Some people are like, hey, if it's helping you that's great. I'm wondering when you go to the VA, and you say, hey, I'm not going to take these pills. But amusing crate him what's their response? I it was a lot of backlash using just any type of all alternative therapy. You know, even from going to get into the topic of cannabis, you know, as the same thing, they had close mine. You know, if we put this label on you you need to take these drugs FDA approved ino-, they're going to have side effects. You throwing blood you need to take it because they're up to improve. And if you don't take them that means, you're not disabled, and I think that's a challenge instead of helping us veterans again when getting out the military, we're just dragging him up just trying to rush his Edison like across the board. That's just bad medicine these negative side effects, and they tell you if you stop. Taking them. You're not disabled. I I've been it was the veteran peer support being around. My fellow veterans helped me Luebbe of without the medicine. I've been around a lot of Vietnam era veterans, and I understand that they suffered worse than I've ever suffered. But because it had I've I've been able to better manage my life because of that I'm just huge proponent again of veteran peer support and again now Mabel to help though the regionals even educate him about the crowd that they could find some relief. We're not gonna get high. We're not gonna have a good time. I'm not going to promise you all this. You know, pine sky thing, but I can assure you that this is what I've done to come off. All zombie. Dull into to leave that worthless state of Phillies that I felt so worthless about my life for so long, and you know, just being here in front of you guys today man, I'm just feel joy because that's what that creditors. Didn't give me a little bit of hope I've physically now of all drill in my mind is starting to come back. I can articulate words better pri-. To this stuttering head was like retardation going on. He was just a horrible life experience. You know, my life. Did your wife have any type of similar experience? Because as we mentioned, she's air force. But she's the co founder of the organization has them helped her. Yeah. You know, she found comfort in alcohol. So that's what we're understanding different people. Choose different self destructive measures, you know, for my GI issues. I couldn't drink. So I didn't have that a a hurdle that I had overcome alcohol, but at the point from she leaving the military having things wrong with her internally as well that was damage to her. She felt comfort in the you know, code on things of that nature. She got caught up in. Now, the craft is help, you know, actually to a lot of women's you tell especially when they're on the mental that actually gives women a lot of relief in the stomach region. All that in, you know, you're taking some of the other medicine he calls his stomach irritation, but credit allow you to be able to give that relief. The website is forgotten not gone dot org, which has a link to all the social media. If people are in the Las Vegas area. You know? It's interesting back actually that I think next week is shot show. Right. Yeah. That would make sense. Yes. I would think there'd be some vets who wanna hook up with you guys. Probably by the time. This is up, but if people are in the area or live in the Vegas area, you know, how could they get hooked up with also what do you have on the horizon? Well, moving into our new location to build out his happening as we speak. February third supposed to be the actual. Launch of the new location. We have three different of veteran organizations in there called the house of fame laws Vegas. And so we're going to be doing some great things for our community and just excited. We were expanding getting a few more bikes. We're expanding our kids program in ECE were fighting as well in order to be able to reach the veteran. You gotta take care of his family and some time that veterans in a certain mind frame what if you could help their family get out the house as well health their spouse. And that's what we do with our recumbent trikes helped the whole family, and that's helped the veterans move forward. And what is the kids program? Exactly, we had the same bicycles that we have that three wills are other just small versions, but the recumbent trikes, and we also have four wheel bikes, we're actually a Burgh bicycle dealer. So we have these four we got a army Jeep of model. For will bicycle we have one that fits actually up to two hundred fifty pound person design for a kid, but it's fun. When we take the kids bikes, we also raise those as well kids love that type of stuff. I'm always reminded that or at least reminds me of when I was I remember getting like a birthday present or a Hannukah present of the like miniature Jeep that. I remember, my grandpa got me all real. There was like video of me. Screaming pot me Jeep. It was like the greatest gift I ever gotten my life. I'm sure there's a VHS somewhere like my parents house. But I'm sure like these kids love it. And then at the same time, I think kids understand more than we sometimes realize, and you can make them aware of like, hey, you know, this is what these guys do to sacrifice for our nation and guys who are amputate is. And all that there's a reason that they've made that sacrifice supporting what kids know that that you know, there's people protecting our freedoms out there. Kids. They they need the help, you know, when the dad's working on themselves going to the different treatments or in the meetings that they need to reclaim their disabilities. The kids gotta be somewhere. You know? You can't always bring your kids to be with you and go to your mental health appointment, but that's what we're doing here. Now, you bring your family's over to us were family organization. You'll see other veterans with their families in were just working on a overcoming ourselves looney believes in our disabilities. I also assume if you're a veteran with you know, who's predisposed or any of that to alcohol or any substances like that people too soon Vegas, like not exactly the place to live that. That's what I we all get caught up here when I was medically separated. Instead of getting the help that need you find at helping the streets, and that's why we're spiraling out of control. That's why we say ground zero. You know, they say they were they strong. They raise. Over twenty million dollars for that community when that incident happened, right? But look at our veterans humidity were dying daily Haya suicide rates in the nation or whereas aura nonprofit housing center. You know, we we don't have the resources we need at this point. We got a billion dollar, you know, new hospital, but there's not even a swimming pool. Where can I go for therapy, or where can I go as far as a personal training rehabilitations start, overcoming these physical limitation? It. Just doesn't exist. While said visit the website forgotten not gone dot org. It's got a link to all the social media on their the YouTube. So you could see you guys riding around and what it's all about. If you have anything else. No. It's been good though. I mean, it's it's been educational to hear about crate and hear the testimony from you. And it's just a positive story. I'm glad to see that you're doing well. And then you off of all of that. Because there's way too many veterans. We hear about who are in a VA hospital somewhere or not leaving bed or just you know, you see the guys on social media. Just honestly complaining all and it's it's yeah. It's good to just for my own edification to find out that there's this alternative medicine because when people come and ask me about it or get an conversations about it. I can point them in that direction as maybe maybe that's something that can help them. Is there? Now, I'm working on as we speak. I just talked to the people that are nice last weeks of I know they're coming out with CD bland, but I'm looking to partner of in figure out how we can get something for our veteran community at a a better pricing point something that we can market on website to our local veterans of making more affordable in a teen -able for the guys as well. We give out samples now. But I like to be able to make it more affordable as well for veterans. And last question, actually, you know, I feel like you have your bias because you're an advocate for this. But is there any experience you have someone that you introduced to create them? And they said this just isn't for me. No, I personally haven't had the. But again, we the way that we speak crowd a different of light yet. Again, all I'm saying is for over, you know, four years now, I've taken to pills and rode my bike. I the experienced some joy in my life. That's all I I'm saying. So it will I couldn't tell you that in do that in oxycodone on do some other self destructive measures on it. But this is allow me to start getting some join some respect back in my life into. I'm just grateful that been able to get access to a better poll of medicine. Now have you ever gotten off of it for a little bit? And said, hey, let me see if this is all just placebo. Well, I don't have to take it every day. I usually reserved for the actual times that I'm writing and sometimes like now I've actually taken, you know, four caps at one time, I was real cautious nurse. You know about as, you know, hearing all the doom and gloom stuff. But you know, even up to now when I'm in a lot of pain. I'll take four caps. All right, my bike. But that's sickly when I'm taking medicine or take it a wanted do something after that, you know. So there's a lot of people now, I know crimes now at the bodybuilding show, Mr. Lampe, they had a booth over there in a lot of people started using as a free workout. I guess you know, that that's like the latest buzz, but I've been doing that for years ago, just two pills and get a bike and go rhino mafele veterans. It's literally that simple. I've done the same thing over and over. And here we are since November two thousand thirteen so it's been a drink. True. Awesome. Will appreciate coming on with us. And thanks to your wife for setting this up for us. And you know, if there's any advancements or anything going on in Vegas, you want a lot of snow about feel free to get in touch anytime. All right. Thank you guys. Get time. Appreciate it and made a major lower. Bless you guys and have one day. Thank you, Peter. Thanks, peter. Appreciate it. That was good. Then I you know, I was talking to Joe Fave who just had on recently. And he heard mentioned the crazy thing on the show. So he was like what's crate him? I don't know anything about it. And he he's like I've been seeing it around ever since you mentioned it, I wanna know more. And all I could say is like all right. So the documentary, but I have no experience with it. I've never taken it. I can't speak of it, positively or negatively I I'm aware that I saw a documentary of a guy who's an advocate for it. You know, if someone puts out a documentary for someone who's against it. I will watch that as well. But you really can't argue with a guy who like as he said it was on these opioids throwing up blood. And it's now functioning is active is meeting with other veterans. I mean, it's just hard to argue with. Well, I mean, I made that comparison to, you know, medical marijuana because and same thing is that marijuana can be used medicinally to help people have conditions who are adversely affect. Tanking Masuda goals. So I mean, this is something to keep in mind. I mean, maybe instead of taking painkillers or something. Maybe this is an option. I don't know. Yeah. But the crazy thing that he said is the idea that the vehicle say, oh, we'll you're no longer a disabled veteran, finding alternative ways. I mean, if that's the case, I mean that that's fucking criminal. That's so wrong. It's it's not even funny. Yeah. I've maybe we can investigate that further. I mean that sounds like a good investigative piece to me because that that definitely makes doubt I doubt they would fess up to that. If that's what a VA counselor said, but if there's other guys out there with Peter's experience people that you could refer us to. You know and kind of validate that this is happening widespread them. That's certainly an issue. Yeah. I mean, I had the when I I went to VA for the first time actually get treated for lines disease because I caught limes not long after I came out of the army, and there's a mandatory meeting you have to have the social worker and has like, man. Really? Okay. So I went in had this meeting with her. And she was all like, how did you feel the first time you took a man's life? Now. I'm like, okay. I'm done here. Like, I'm not it was just too much. You thought I was like fucking Johnny Rambo or something. That kind of turned me off VA for quite a while. I've heard similar stories from other people who are veterans of actually kind of the the opposite type of thing. There's a guy who's a the son of a family friend of mine who is former military and he had to go to therapy. And he from what I heard I was talking to his father. You know, he was around with these other guys talking about their issues, and he was like I can't relate to these people like they haven't seen anything near what I've seen. But then eventually he went to another therapy group and someone talked about killing kid while in combat. I I I've never done anything like that. But at least like these people have an idea of what? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. They were in the shit. And I mean when I did I did give a another chance and went and talked to the shrink at the the Manhattan VA office here. And when I told her that story about my first experience of the social worker VA. She was like. Horrified. She was like, oh my God. Things went much better the second time around. I mean, look the CEO of this company. Brandon Waibel he's talked about that yoga has helped him out for his back problems. You know, I see guys at the gym pretty regularly. Where I go who are amputated. I have no idea if they're for military. I haven't really talked about it. But you know, they may be if there's anything that's going to help you out. I you know, that's not an opioid. That's not physically addictive. That's that's not claiming the wife of people every day. I'm all for it. Whatever you want to do. Yes. Worth giving it a shot. See if it works for you. Yeah. I had a tremendous amount of back pain when I came out of the military those first couple years, and I went to the car prac- once a week for a year, maybe and then and then some more off and on the next year or two, and I really have any problems anymore. That's great. So I mean, you got to find out what works for you. What's going to get you where you need to be? Yeah. And as I said, I've never tried this. But at least from what I've seen. I don't think there's anything negative that could happen. I'm certainly not convinced that, you know, a suicide of a guy was taking was necessarily connected. I mean, it reminds me of when I was a teenager and they put me on Accutane for acne. And I decide some release about this causes like suicidal thoughts, and it was because one kid in college who was taking Accutane killed himself. I certainly didn't feel any different relation is not causation. Yeah. Exac, but if someone has successful lawsuit than everybody taking this drug now is to sign a release form because just to cover their asses, and you know, this morning, I was watching to do a little bit of research prior to this. I was watching a Joe Rogan podcast where they're talking about create them. And they're saying like like the Craig's not going to kill you. Yeah. You know, it's not dangerous in that regard for sure, but the guy he had. On the guest Hussein he's like, you know, when we set that bar like will kill you or not he's like man every anything can kill you like you can die having sex. You can die taking crap. You get to the point. I mean, I guess if you fucking kick back and smokes, create them or pop creidim pills for a week straight. And did nothing else. I maybe kill you. Who knows marijuana? Can't can't physically kill you. So he was actually brought that up and he said for marijuana to kill you'd have to smoke your own weight and marijuana. Physically possible. No one's ever overdose. It's not it's not going to kill you. Yeah. So I'm just glad to bring awareness. You know about this issue speaking, Joe Rogan can't wait here. Mike Tyson on the Joe Rogan podcast is that he's having him on. He's been teasing that out. And I'm I'm excited here. Mike Tyson on his podcast and I'm excited to hear Konya west. There's five Tyson has fucking crazy stories. I read his book it was it was an experience. Even remember when I think maybe he went on Howard Stern and he was talking about prison sex. Yes. He did talk about. And then there was true there that he was like banging. And when they have that when the guests visitors come, and they don't check you for Chris what's Pani up as on. Holy fuck and Mike Tyson was treated like a celebrity in jail. So he got away with Shishir. But if you're if you watched that documentary, and it's on Netflix as well Tyson, really good documentary. I would I would definitely recommend it. But crazier stuff happened. To him after that documentary. I mean, the guys just had a string of some bad walk in and a lot of poor decision making. But remember his his young daughter and think who was probably maybe four years old getting choked by extinction cord on a treadmill and dying. Oh shit. I was shortly after that documentary. So it's just like one thing after the other price. Yeah. And he seems like of you know, for a guy who was so violent, and so aggressive and people have their opinion on on whether he is a rapist or not. I mean, that's what he went to jail was convicted. But he was certainly without a doubt like a sexually aggressive guy. He would say that himself in his book an inappropriate, he's he he doesn't he he proclaimed Venison's, but he's definitely a very overly aggressive guy in that manner. If you see them now in interviews, he seems to have gone like the completely other direction. Really like, very peaceful guy doesn't if it's actually why I suggest all you watch the. Documentary. I hope I'm not ruining anything here. I guess if you haven't seen this to get this might be a little bit of a spoiler alert. But they show his last flight and his interview after and you know, he he gets beat by some like, basically an amateur. No one's ever heard of. And they're doing the post interview fight. And he's just like, yeah. I don't have it in me anymore. I did this strictly for the money. I have some bills to pay. I don't know the fight me anymore. You know, I I don't think I'm going to do this anymore. It's it's embarrassing for the sport. And it's like, you almost watch just a guy b be this. You know, the midly like complete animal to this. That's like a level of honesty. You don't see though. Like, you don't see like you have fighters today or boxers today, like just come out and say shit like that. Yeah. I mean, the guy has made between having a manager Don King at least according to him stole great the his money, and he talks about like and his book like literally throwing him out of a limo. Physically while limos. But between that and then also living a ridiculously extravagant life. He's like I wanna by tiger. I wanna buy this shit that no one else would even think of buying. So who's other boxer? You tell me about who like people on Instagram would be like, why don't you go to do by bro? And you'll just get on a plane and go, I don't know. Super famous guy. He fought many. May weather may whether you may weather. Wasn't it? You sell me that like he's like just like his fans on Instagram will be like, oh, why don't you go to this country and that country he'll get on his private plane and go just I don't think I've known who mentioned it. But I I wouldn't find that hard to believe just got like stacks cash, and he's very fond you ally. That's what a lot of these guys. Do. I mean, if I it's weird we've talked about it before the guy he is one of those guys who's worth insane amounts of money. But most of the guys at least I've met my wife. We're worth that type of money are the opposite. They're extremely low profile. They don't they don't flaunt it. I mean, the big examples I could think of or when I've met Steve Forbes, you would think he is a random guy walking the street does not have an entourage. Or prior to all the stuff that came out. I got to board up a Harvey Weinstein and came in by himself was a very normal guy seem to at least seem to me before. All we knew RV Weinstein is done. But I I mean I had. Conversation with with my wife awhile back as like look like if we hit the lottery like we're staying in the same apartment and first off we're going to claim the winnings through private trust. Like, no, I'm not going to talk to anybody about it. I'm just going to keep doing the normal stuff. I do because like you get that money. Like I was raised in a normal middle class households. You know, I wasn't raised that way like having a Butler having someone who like does your dry cleaning carries your bags like just makes me feel weird. I don't want that lifestyle. And I wouldn't want it for my daughter either. Yeah. And not the people hit the watery. But I could tell you around where I live like I'm in Nassau County Long Island, but like sands point which is right near me, which like all those mega mansions of Long Island. I see a lot of those people every day on the L I R like they do not seem happy. They're like out of shape, they're working themselves to that they're measurable, and they don't even really get to enjoy this massive house that they have or you know, it's like when you have all of that. Then you have to maintain it. And I think a lot of those people. There's just this constant fear of losing at all. Yeah. Bernie madoff. That's an extreme example. Yeah. But I think I say on another podcast about how there's all these hedge fund broS and stuff who are all in their like prepar their own survival ISM and having their like nuclear bunker out in the Pacific northwest, or whatever I think really is. It's like this fear that like you're just gonna lose all like, the whole facade is just gonna come crumbling down out from under you. Yeah. When I look at I don't know if we ever seen him in Google like Oprah Winfrey's house, it I know a lot of people would have spire to have something like that. But when I look at it and you'll like full-size movie theater in your house full-size gym in your house. Full-sized tennis court basketball court, and you have no reason to go anywhere. It's kinda weird. I mean like, yeah, I'm pretty introverted. I spent a lot of time alone. But like seeing you when I come in here going to the gym talking to people that I regularly get to see and catch up with like, it's an important part of everyday interaction to have all this in my home and just have a staff of people work. For me. Would you know? They're all probably essentially. Yes men. It's got to be a weird. I I don't envy that turn and Howard Hughes. You know, like like Donald Trump. I mean, it's like you're surrounded by people telling you how great you are all the time. Yeah. Now awesome. You all your decisions are so smart. I mean that I don't go to your head. And I mean, it will go to anybody's head because there's nobody there to be like, hey, dude, you kinda fucked up right now. Maybe you don't wanna do that. But even just seeing other people every day, you know, and hearing what they're up to it's motivating for me, you know. You know, if I like part of of the inspiration. I get for working out and being able to like, I don't know push myself seeing other people push themselves. If I did this in my house all the time. I don't know. It'd be totally different. We're going going to movie theater. The part of the experiences. You get to go to dinner with your friends and talk and catch up having all of this in my house. I just I couldn't really imagine having a ball. So I do agree with you. I think if I hit the lottery, I would keep a pretty well profile, but it would be why security, but I mean, I don't know who wouldn't be tempted to buy some pretty cool shit, not not Mike Tyson style. And by like, a tiger my house. But I mean, if I had the disposable money, it'd be pretty tempting to buy a really awesome car the baby giraffe now. Neverland ranch like Michael Jackson. There's some there's some little perks. Sure. That I'd go for that make my life a little bit better a little bit easier. Probably by nice vacation home somewhere meal. Maybe get the apartment in Paris. You know, why not like the travel, but. Yeah. I I couldn't imagine just live in that kind of life, man. It'd be too weird for me. And the things I buy things I get like excited about buying like like books like music stuff. I there's nothing. I buy a Rolls Royce. Like what the fuck I'm gonna do with it. You don't even really drive that much. I know you do have a little we do have a car, and we drive you know, once in a while. I mean, not not like daily commuting or anything though. Yeah. Brooklyn's kind of weird like that man in. I mean, it's not like living in Manhattan for brands talked about it before it's kind of funny how he's like on these planes. Don't own a car in the city. I mean, I it wasn't my decision. My my wife got the car. I if it was up to me, probably wouldn't even have it. I mean, it's good to have to get outside the city and go do this. And that, but you really don't wanna drive around New York City, if you don't have to you know, I would agree in row. Ping things up here. Actually, I want to mention once again, we're running a contest this week. And I'll announce the winner on Tuesday. We have these Safra radio tumblers wanna give one away which as you know, Jackson coffee thermos really heavy duty, though, really nicely made. And I have it next to on my at my computer with my desk next to the pen that Jeff alkyl did for us, the custom pens. And when I saw that. I just next to it. It reminded me. I was like I got a call Jeff falcon and see what he's up to. So actually called him yesterday. And he's doing all right had some injuries. But he's getting over it and is in better condition, but great guy. 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Do they had some they had a veterinarian or something more like some somebody used to kill throw dead animal carcasses in a ditch outside of our house right for like seven years. My mother would call every week. We'll come. Big animals to Africa. Did you grow up Louisiana? Couple of cats Parsons in my name. But. Time would walk around. And I wish I would've had that. I have a we had somebody they had. I guess this person was a veterinarian. That's somebody that deals with animals helps animals out into this person would come and whoever they were at night get throwing dead animals. You know instead of paying to get rid of 'em. They probably cost maybe seven dollars to get rid of them. You know, Bill, whatever should legitimate thoroughfares. He'd get rid of animals, but this dude out there, you know, chucking them in ditch. I guess on his way home because our neighborhood was kind of a cut through between like a nice area in town. So you never did like a stakeout to see who is throwing animal carcasses win out on. Now, we were out there. But we never saw the guy. Let's he drove by and didn't throw out because we're out there. But then what creep kind of sits next to an animal probably throw it out elsewhere. But anyway, so the, but anyway, yeah, we go out there all the time. I mother would call every week come get these, you know, the kids out there beating each other with people chase each other with fuck, and, you know, fucking horse skulls shit. But it was it was. That Christmas t cattle and is serving a couple of cups. Big lead afar. Funds. Baby welcomed Africa Lee. Normally, I like all your things. I don't like the explains. But I'm just joking about that. I didn't mean that I would never say. People. He he's he's gonna take into its to podcasts before on doing some countries. That's in Japan. That's like that's like buying somebody a scarf Faro's. Faro's japanese. I mean me over here far, oh, he's got the ties of fucking kung FU fighter, son. Do you gotta know different nomenclatures and how to give. In Africa, a hit you at a piper. They love you. For their part of your bragging. A little air ties brought tree gino's three just snout to some of that fucking free Budi pasta. Brad, brad. Oh my God. Bucket way Lee man, do so funny. You know, sometimes when I'm not even joking about when I need to think about something good. You'd think about Lee, man. Thank you. I mean a lot. Yeah. I think what you man, I think. I mean, just this stuff you say randomly. I wanna hang out. And like listen to what you say during the day to yourself. I feel like it's hysterical conversation creepy right here ready. On me. How did we get on? Yeah. I know what you're talking about. They call it new coming. Out of the closet. Police say the boy over that little little vs. I don't care either Brown. I'll let you hang off my deck like fucking mountain. Let Lisa not you guys. But I I don't have the same relationship with him. But you still friends with I wouldn't fuck him. I let him touch my dick a little, you know, saying around the holidays, bro. So make day always a prison Hamnes guy breath fucking that boy, I told we were walk Lee when how much money we can make inside to sit on people's laps dealing cards rubbing the. Yeah. Yeah. Bringing this back. You can't just sit on land. But they're not gonna let it end just let upsetting bras so in prison because they Anna urinate, bro, won't female. Indiana dog, you're female. I gotta gotta pay ten g's put away gone. Yeah. And just mug as dick with your fucking next. Mean mugging? League. Gotta get out. More get off the internet. You gotta go hitchhiking, man. I really don't want to now you should go on there's a school project. Yeah. And then what school are you in you doing classes online? No, I need to be classes. He is only. How old are you le- thirty now? Oh, you really? Yeah. I thought you were like nineteen do I wish thirty years old dirty? Gama hope perception you thought you were like a like a, you know, he was a intern. I came in a while. Little young, man. That's awesome. Maybe as much differ you ever not learn something about somebody. You didn't know, you know, like, you see somebody in there like a lawyer some. But then you realize like a source or they do say shady shit, see them like ballroom, dancing, and you like this fucking God dances. Always that always takes my brain a minute or a big big person and it got their stomach stapled. And now, dude I was at a pool one time, and I used to work on this farm in the summertime outset in natch is Mississippi, and they had an this do Don Blankenstein was the pool guy every year. Right. And he come out there. And I keep an eye on them because it dude weighed probably seven or eight hundred pounds. You know what I'm saying? He broke the gate every time he come any. Eight hundred. Trust me. Nobody's round all the waters out. And if I had kid who's sick is laying right here. No, he was the Fiqh. He was the guy who came to put the the cleaner in the pool. And so, but he'd opened the gate burn every time we walk through it and bring both sides of the gate now like he was just he was gonna die soon. You know, when you saw them, you know, she treated him. Well, and that's one thing. I like sometimes about seeing huge people remind you how to treat other people because you like all this person isn't going to be alive airy long to you would be extra nice tomb. And so, but then Don once I'm out there, laying pool, and and the skinny I comes in, you know, he could fit through the gate with ninety of his fucking. Quintuplets whatever and he comes through the gate, and like any keeps talking to me. And I'm thinking guys kind of you know, peppermint, Honda bra. You know, what I'm saying a little tender, and it turns out his Dom blankets blanket Stein. He got the stomach thing. And he lost all the weight. And he was a different person though. He wasn't a saying I don't know it wasn't the same in our relationship was never the same as when he lost as when when he lost the weight. I don't know what we're talking about think about what somebody takes away your passion. If you're an eater. Yeah. It's like when you first get so per-. Yeah. I was telling Rogan the worst to words a person's life is so burn diet. I don't want to be involved in drugs. Yeah. I don't wanna be so breed. Yeah. Never wanna be sober because it would make my battle my inner battle to rough. Yeah. I know my limits with cocaine know, my limits would pills. I know my limits with alcohol. I've known my limits when I was twenty five anything I did have to twenty five because I wanted to I knew my limits. Right. I went when I got locked up. I couldn't imagine a world where I could smoke. You couldn't imagine that could've agile okay, cocaine and the state not having a girlfriend and to stand being broke. But I never understood a world where I did not smoke weed. When I was twenty five years old. We controlled my mood. What did it do for you think? I was in so much pain when I woke up, and I didn't know that. Then you never know when you're going through. Yeah. Yeah. You don't know that it takes twenty years to look back. I was thinking about it tonight out. Let's take a shower. That if I quit commun- Amaro. It would be the sign back up in college than take a psychology class. Oh, psychiatrist and do whatever I had to take probably be sixty five sixty five. I would help so many people so deeper. Yeah. Because I went through it. Yeah. This is somebody who studied it. I went through it wrote about it looked at it. I think about it. I think about what made you I broke it down from the macro to the micro where you could put yourself in there. You could put them in your shoes and vice versa when you become a comedian. Yeah. If you're not brutally honest with yourself. It's not gonna end well, wow. And life in life in general about comedy and life in general, if you're rurally honest with yourself, it's not gonna pan out. Yeah. You have to be brutally honest. And people can't be honest, brutally honest with yourself like this is not gonna work. You know, it's like. You know, it's like at twenty seven twenty nine him. What fat like age of thirty. Yeah. I was I had made decision. Decision to do comedy. Yeah. But also had to make decision about this. Hell I was living. I was living in this party out drugs and clean for three days. Oh, yeah. And then snap one night. And then come up. This was the last time. I wasn't one of those pussies at a party that was talking about it this time, I was partying myself. And this went on for maybe a year and a half. Yeah. I think by nineteen ninety five and a half I came with inclusion they say in the program fucking junkie. Yeah. And I had to decisions to make ago, I need to be a junkie and keep fight this. But the reason why became a comic was to be a junkie. I won't I read that Lenny Bruce book, and that's the reason why I got into comedy. So if I'm gonna get the comedy, let's make a deal of do cocaine three times a week. And that's how it started. I just came to terms. Wow. So you're thinking I'm gonna get into comedy. So I could do cocaine. I was thinking I was going to comedy to have a life. I read that book we slept with strippers. Yeah. He opened up a jazz musicians. And I was content with that that book we talk about being rich. Yeah. Okay. That book they talk about being rich. They talk about money. He looked at the Chelsea hotel. He just talked about being what was happy for him. Yeah. And at that time, that's all I want had been through terrible marriage. I had already done time. So I was just seeking to be happy. But I knew I had a mend inside a real yet, a deviant soul. You're so was pretty sound. Like kind of by bifurcated was living. You know, this wasn't who I was Catholic boy who are believed in heaven, hell and belief system. You're inside didn't match all your behavior right inside the nuts that added to it. Yeah. So now now I have the conflict with drug. Eggs. Fuck you. This is why am I accepted it and whatever happens happens. That's it. No fucking big deal because they're feeling Easter eggs again Li found one you find a neg- boy. Welcome Easterbrook, y'all killed Jesus here. He comes back Blake. This dirty Bagga fuck and baked ham in case this most worst your neck. The street walk boy is like fucking thanksgiving. Sheku shoes off at night sleep. Can't even that little Subba campus. Smell like they've been walking for twenty bucks in days. Oh, hundreds of walk thirty hours and twenty days, and they're really coming. What are they gonna do up here? Do you think? I think they're trying to seek asylum. You know, living in under of Salvador right now, those are not good places to live writing say my father's Nicaragua. If you know anything about Central America. I know like, oh Salvador is. The price is high. They're killing people down there. You know, there's a lady who I talked to from time to time. And she tells us she goes only Christmas time, and that she has a house down there. But she can't retire down there a while because they just kill you on the streets. I should there's more murders. Something like that. Perfect. So I I don't know if it's also I'm just cracking. Right. If that's your neighbor can't be great. Where you are. That's a neighborhood you're in you know, that's heartbreaking. It's a different. You know? It's like when you read the book, you know, he grew up in the streets of Panama. You know, he grew up with this guy that was called Mogae goal or some shit. And the guy was like a shaman they taught about a hustle on the streets on the on the streets. You know that Central America? You know, if you watch Miami vice either the second third episode. Everybody's I read the book, I think is no fucking book Visnic Miami. Interesting scene where? Kid. Me for late. Supposed to be little boys in the room allows drug dealer, cutting the drug dealer, cutting a deal, but he's got like a coin. Yeah. His hand. And what happened is like four eight-year-old shoes on the room in different corners. She's a magic trick Dono. He's talking business deal. It's like you coming to be wanna buy twenty kilos blow. Okay. What are the little boys? One shilling fucking facets really the eight-year-old assassins that come from fucking hutch with their family Jesus. And they're just waiting for their next assignment. They're all probably back in a gun or a knife. And they got no shoes on this drug Beal play with a coin. And he would talk to people with the way I'm talking to you from time to time would just flip the coin that coin landed one of those shoeless kid run out fucking pick it up like it was watch. Wow. You know? And I remember thinking years later about that scene. How that's how you know. Pablo? Escobar got those kids to love them in. Colombian? Yeah. He went to the poor kids that no options as a Donald thousand your partner. We, but you're gonna kill focus for me just like that no questions asked, but it gave them a feeling of purpose. You know, I mean money talks bullshit walks at the end the day money. Talks bullshit really does. I could blow smoke up your ass. Why could put to Gino it's a week and you hand every week when you've never had a dollar billing. And are you look I'm just going to say the people's houses. Yeah. Waiting to slick that road kill the kids than mothers the dog. Geez goldfish. I want you to poison them to ks it, you know. That's that's how he think rat poison or something what it's just a point. Fucking point. I'm trying to make that that's how you get. God. You don't take the American ghetto here. You know? That's why they call it. A whatever social sad social color economic that caused the crisis crisis. It's coming from somewhere for. Yeah. And what you need to do to get out of that situation. Yeah. You don't L anything betterman? And. Yeah, you I mean do they had this guy when I was growing up name, Eddie, right? And he could have been fucking thirteen. He could have been about sixteen or fucking fifty. Right. I don't know what he was. But he always drove he had a five point. Oh, mustang. You know, or he drew five point on the side of it, or whatever, I don't even remember it could have been a fucking. It could have been a, you know, a Pontiac Renault or whatever I don't know what it was. But he always had these two girls Brown sit on the back of it. And I do was the king. You know, whatever he said when I was a kid. We would have done it because to him. He he was the king yet hit a piece of shit Mustang. But he had the Mustang. You know, and he was a champ, and he would buy, you know, the chicks would have like Dachary drinks, Brian every now, and then he floor and one of them we go rolling out the fucking back right onto the concrete. What do you do for a living? I don't know. And I didn't care. But if he would've said something to do like come do like out of when I was a kid. I would have done anything he said 'cause he hung out with us. And he spent time with this. You know, throw the football around with this. And he was a good guy. Thank you know. I mean, I still think he is a good how old that you was he probably maybe seven eight ten twelve years, but he like could drive he had like the Bill we had a car. He had women. He had we had Danes when you were an adolescent twelve years old. Seven years old. You see that you like this guy has mobility? You know, this guy has ability sky has women he has everything. So anyway, I'm just saying. Yeah. You don't you're not thinking about anything else when you're that age and you had. Young you get influenced. Oh, wouldn't get influenced. But I look guys there was this guy that with that was always at the bar the daytime he was really good looking. Not saying if I was seventeen he was probably twenty two not got same as over the it was it was a bunch of guys hung out. But I'm thinking about him particular. They drove a corvette have a job. What is scam? Was he worked half the year? Then the other half in those days you collect unemployment. Oh, yeah. You get a boss that would tell you lay over six point of employment hardy cripples as to call them by that you'd either take book or so coke, and that's a great living 'cause you clear sixteen hundred month already you so coke, you know. And this guy would drive a call that he was a piece on he was the piece of shit. He probably was he wasn't a piece of shit. He was either have no careers Ryan site. He wasn't a role model his girlfriend own the business, and and she had money. Yeah. And I remember how that appeal to me for about a month. And I was like there's no appeal. He'll in that. I want my own money. Right. You know what I'm saying? You know what I'm saying? Like, you learn through life like for month impressed me. He had a girlfriend that pay the bills, but even at that early age. He right. Because he ain't paying the fucking bills. Not that I could pay the bills at that time me, no bills that was forty but. It's just crazy people that you look at and you're impressed with you know, it's like when you watch those fucking movies. Like, I was watching the empire was on their watch empire worth drug movie in the world. But it's time BT once a month. It's one of those movies. That's always between seven and nine. You got a spot at the store at ten thirty. Oh, yeah. You got no choice. But watch it. There's nothing else on fucking TV. Yeah. It's either that or bull racing live from Bulgaria. And there's the scene where guy goes up to him. John lingers humbles street drug dealer, and he goes up. Amen. I really want to cut your deal, and you go to one I want. This new PlayStation above our bond, the jungles how much is it goes. It's hours kid goes three hundred the kid wants the money goes he goes down. It's twenty two ninety nine. Legos goes, I'll give you the money. But you gotta do stuff for me. Yeah. Clear. My cause to help me. God if you he's telling my money has to do when he is the game that, you know, those kids grow up wanting to be a drug deal. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Describe because they get first personal guest. Yeah. Yeah. That's interesting. Your first influence how does that yet? Where that I influence is not your dad. How much that influence is you that's interesting. It's really weird happens comedy. It happens. Anything that you? But it happens when you're a young man, I was confused fop twenty one at twenty one. I was confused as fuck. Yes. Because I didn't wanna work. I wanted a new car I wanted money, and I wanna bitches I wanna coke was the work, Joey, Sharon, and everything, and I really thought that the fucking blue bird happiness, just drop it off at my door. Like, I can look us both in the eye right now. Thank you. I had no idea about hard work. I wasn't lazy person. Right. But we're wants to one. Yeah. One try to put something of hang out the barn. The daytime. To go to work. I mean that was my deal from day one long as I didn't have to work in the daytime fuck, do you ever think that like, you know, you wanted to? You know, have like a. You know, like, the everything that you wanted to have a fuck map arousing to ask you you. Don't even smoke weed them you better. Get your shit together. Start smoking. Is what happens is you get. So you get retarded. What'd you go to college for the get stupid? Michael Kalyani and see that the end of the God damn I couldn't have any idea coming into my head, man. No. I think it's funny. How yeah what you're influencers. Are you know, the first person you see this or that? But then yes, sometimes you are able to see past that like, yeah, there's some people. You know, we had this dude by us like in this guy. Now runs a tree company. Right. This guy Senator lawn, and he he had a did they do this thing where they had a lot of sinkholes? I grew up in a lot of sink holes in owing you'd have somebody you play hide and go seek and somebody fucking you never find them, you know, fucking go not like, you know, you go knock on somebody's doing next eight or fucking house gone. You know, it was like a group in a lot of Louisiana like half of its sank in. You know, it's like a sink in environment. So where are you from Louisiana xactly Covington Covington Louisiana Covey's Cummings about fifty miles north of New Orleans. That's it. Yeah. Did they get affected? Traitor. Yeah. Everybody lost their roofs. That's a big like over there. The house didn't fall down people lost their roofs show when you growing up. What was Covington like was fuckin- that bed was the projects was at middle rain. No, it was your parents have a little bit of money enough to sustain. No. My dad was fucking oldest. Fuck dude. I think he was always sleeping on the couch. Easy. Go drink at this bar called Tony pidonia any we take. No there during the day in the lady would see how many chocolates put him on mouth one or two bartenders back their big. Jan does is that you is your nice clothes. My mother dressed as poorly, man. I don't know where she learned address Indian shop in native American catalog as you need Faucheux. Did you need Schnell? It wasn't like you lived off hand me downs writing some Covington is not like, you know, some fucking neighborhood. That's you know, where your dog is missing. No like, I got hand-me-down clothes, but I didn't get him down shoes. Like every year. My mother got us a pair of shoes. You know, among the holidays do for a living delivery, he delivered what newspapers cooking magazines. What about you that they have a magazine called news on wheels? Remember that magazine you go to dime store? Whatever the gas station. My dad didn't do anything. Oh, you know. My dad used to do actually this is funny. He used to go to the he used to go to colleges member they had to do to the colleges. It would sign people up for credit card. You know, some fucking all do barking over that on frisbees kids and shit. You know, so that my dad had that job. This towards the end of his life. My parents weren't together anymore. But my dad had that job. And he would take me there with them. He let me drive him. I'm twelve years old right ahead. A little Grossberg. I was at five ten fucking lean bad, boy, ligaments, only son, dude, sometimes been bones part of me was just ligaments reaching out. And hoping that the Mero caught up you notice the kind of guy. What what did you dad do for a living for I don't he used to be a travel agent? You know, he did a lot of crew like he wouldn't sign people up for crews and stuff between Puerto Vallarta. Where's that at Mexico? Yeah. Between Mexico in America and geography Central American. Deal with walking his can't think. A Puerto Vallarta is even I know that number dumb. Fuck. So there Central America. And he would he was like a travel agent. I guess what do you do when he was young? He wrote for the newspaper, you know, he had a family. He, you know, he was kinda European in a lot of ways he liked to be you know, he worked at the church. He liked to do a lot of he'd like to sit at the coffee place talk. You know, I think he drank a good bit. How do you feel about religion? At this point. My need Anita higher power. You know, and for me, what will you raise? I was raised probably Christian. You know, definitely. I mean, but nothing heavily. I always wanted there to be a higher power. You know, used to pray at night net sort of thing. But now, I just needed to be a higher power because I wanna have faith, you know, otherwise, you have to keep it alone. Lot you'd go. You'd go with that fucking Christmas hitter. Bre that fuck is a war on buckets that fucking booty star. David. Again, tame stuff is that air calamari ahead. Imagine from New York and head coaching. That's right. This is straight on even. Got vanilla. Switz- the. Mary you've accidentally by Straub on us to work you get Mexican chocolate number now. Now, Sean talking baddy the by Switzerland today, the Mexican shocking scoop in a night fucking out of. Carrie, the when she grabs a enter the rocks. What's with this guy? Time in thirty minutes hailing. And make a way. You don't wanna smell it? For this. About three you've baloney. His is starting to fucking heat up. Do. I'm sorry lay. Man. I feel like I'm being route. Not all this shit. Yeah. There's nobody in that will burrow will. And it's got pillars in it too. Nice. And I'll put you under a lamp, how old were you? When you were driving it that the campus to dude, I was twelve years old. So that put him eighty. Yeah. He was eighty two. So he would drive need sleep on the way. I'd stop them. My Buddy's house through long as he was rested. I I was showing up I had a delta eighty eight. Suddenly, my friends are still, you know, going through adolescence inside trying to you know, blow a flute to get their dicta fucking get taller. You know, like they see on those commercials in India and can here I am pulling up in now in a in a cutlass, delta eighty eight I go into my Poche, come out get into Maxine. Let's go for a ride, right? My buddy, Scott get back there, and we were just fucking cruise around my dad's sleeping, and here's the thing. My dad's neck was real bad. Even if he woke up, I would just tell Scott keep it quiet back there for a minute. You know, all. Tell them. We're loss to getting gas or something. My dad would go back to sleep, and I cruise around a little more in take my buddy back at twelve thirteen years olds a friend picking you want. We pulled up with a sleep and senior citizen people taught that we were in keynote kidnappers, bro. Senior citizen getting ask you blow parts. Shit. I think maybe we smoked a cigarette. But they want time. One time. I remember this on driving back from Hammond, Louisiana, and oh so this hour kinda got a towel got into comedy. But this the first time ever really spoken front of people. My dad would get people to sign up for the credit cards, and he got a dollar fifty from the company, whatever any college get signed up. And now looking back. It's like hitting college kids to sign up for a credit card. He probably started having a fucking. You know, he probably ruined. A lot of people's young lots do copy. Yes, they do. That's what they wanna. They wanna tangle you up nineteen. Right. So as you that I won't you gotta go to. Yeah. That's true. It's automatic. Your name goes on a list allergy? So I'd be on the table. My dad would have me on the table and people come over. And I would start barking at them getting come over. You know? Hey, you, you know, you know, guy with the nice haircut or something to black girls. A lot of times, you know, they have all the extra hair talking a girl of fucking rope. Swing hanging hanging off the side of fucking head. You know, you got summer camper swinging the back and jumping into a river, you know, black girls that long extra hair and you'd see them. And you'd be like, hey, you know, and be sweet to women haven't come over. And and you would make friends, and you would be entertaining. And you get them to come over. And then my dad would try and sign up for the credit card. You know? You know, what's crazy? Theo you just make moves Miami. Some it's so we help people say that chicken that people don't know that chick flow. But that girl that got all those commercials. Well, yes, I sorta I dunno additional one day only that flow was backed up and getting really leave this town as she booked campaign now, she's a there. Oh, yeah. You know? It's so weird that. Josh Wolff left Seattle in September. Funny guy of ninety six what a nice guy too. And my plan was for him to come down at that time. We're very tight. My plan was for him to come down. Check out the waters, and I would come down eight or nine months. And once I made that decision like all these opportunities start locally up for me the first one being I got this job. So he went first he came first September ninety six he left his girlfriend. And I lived in the back house. She was pregnant so he came down here. I to get them set up. I live in his back guesthouse with does you in a lady was that scary kids know that one? The kids. I was tight with her. She was a great way. Right. Okay. I just haven't seen their friends. Yeah. 'cause he's married to a different woman completely different. I never met his first. So he came down. I right away. I got this job. We have company that I know people, I know shit. This was cigarette company though, this shit. This was a should idea, and they paid me fifteen dollars an hour. Plus bonuses, this is nineteen ninety six Jesus which is twenty one years ago at great money what it was was calling pizzapapalis cross country and getting them to sign up for a service. That had time it was chain. That's what it was. That's what it was. Was dominoes pizza of the scam? Domino's pizza cut a deal with the NFL. During the game. If a domino sign came up on your screen. You got a dollar off pizza, but to get that deal. You had a son like domino would make into Phileas bay. So I had a call those affiliates and make them pay that extra money to get. So what it would do is they call Domino's number. It would go to whatever dominoes paid. I say this was a scam inside a dominant, right? It was like yet. I worked for dominoes affiliate. That was calling Domino's and saying listen we're starting new program starting August fourteenth. Yeah. Here's the deal. Every time people watch another final game. This would be a domino banner on the side. Say call down get two hours. I remember fresh deliver pizza pizza on his sign up for that. The calls won't go to your pizza joint. Right. A call. Go to the pizza joint in in north Hollywood van is hot. Not really shitty to see what the corporation was doing from within Brad and give up right? Fight that battle. I could sell like a mother for hours pulling down. How is twelve hundred a week relief? Nine why do you ever quit that thirty five hours a week like ten to fuck fucking four like somebody? This is what I'm saying. I quit that job a step because one that at the fucking underground guy approach me, he goes, hey, man, John's been old commented on John. Fox's John is whole man. That's a great run ninety five is a complete different. It was different answers on the swan as yet and some guy came up to me. And he goes, I meant Dr Sowell before. Yeah. You I saw whatever they gave me a job. So on phones. That was just too good to be hey, founds pay phone, so I would cellphones and advertising for newspaper that same time. You don't make a scam. I don't buy from you right now. Anything not to fuck have a day job. Yeah. I would hang up by the train station that will either sell your subscription for the Seattle times. Well, would ask you do you have a cell phone? I would take the cells cell phones so on and he gave me a cell phone with unlimited minutes now in nineteen ninety seven. Yeah. You out of it. And if you call like an ad if. The guy was giving me every line that I opened. To guy would give me like four hundred bucks. And he was getting like sixteen hundred at this time. She told me the truth. He was rolling on that much money because of somebody bought phone and gotta line the company this is ninety seven before people are having a lot of based right yet this. Yeah. So cell phones cell phone cell phones were a little bigger cell phone until a cell phone till two thousand. So have you signed up? There was a kickback and the guy will give me a kickback a huge going over everything giving him seven eight numbers LeBron close to reform them. Well. And I would stand the more. I can't believe I just remembered that I would stand at the moment either by mall by dick. I would be that guy that the wing. Way when it was raining. I would go to the everybody. No that would sell fuck if subscriptions to either the Washington Post Seattle times or a fucking cell phone and the cell phone was paying me fucking. It was just amazing. Yeah. The guy would show up every savage at the fucking underground. Gimme fifteen hundred Gs. It was like Jesus fucking intervene. I can't even imagine. So the whole month of December. I was making money. So even wanna come into comedy. What you got that money? I would've kept that I needed that money. I was paying child support. I was paying an attorney. I was fucking so much dead. It was coming out of my eyes. Plus, I was starting blow now making six thousand a month. Bumping cellphones in a mall every fucking day. And now Doug Stanhope comes for new years, and I opened up the Hemley talked me into move entire light. Really? So my point is that it's really weird how places trick you. Right. When you say it'll universe. I'm gonna leave. You get the best job in the fucking. Yeah. Well, I live Seattle. I was pulling out sixteen hundred week just sell them cell phones, never mind fucking blow. Subscriptions to the Seattle times. If I do I just she lined up. All you know, I lived with a stripper little girl that made money, and she I pay the rent widow. We live. In a fucking we really bucket or not. No, we she stripped choose Christian. So I slept in different beds like fucking Dick Van Dyke show. We lived in a fucking RV. We lived in YV at a place where you back your RV. Yeah. They connected the cable TV, you got you had a shower in your V or they had that led accent? This place was tremendous. Oh my God. It was there for twenty years. It was like ally KOA or something it was a bigger had a bigger name a better reputation. Yeah. Restaurant KOA with a crazy walk in three or four restaurant. Real restaurants. They had Jim a- pool shower. What was it a movie theater in Kent, Washington? Where fucking you know, it was it was living in Kent Washington at the time had we help. Now Henry ho was living Jeffrey Dahmer from there to watch note. He's Milwaukee Wisconsin fucking. I'm thinking. Washington at a fucking RV park. Yeah. With the stripper Harvey of dog lucky guy. Midway mobile villas a mobile trying to sell you here. Unbelievable. They wake up in the morning walk into the building with brush our teeth. I give her stabbing. We'd walk into the building. We to sunny side up eggs, like nothing the diner had a diner in there. Then we go back to the thing. Why TV for a while it right timely, and then we both go into the gym. Win. Yeah. Swim that because that's how you have to take a shower. You took a shocker Jenna work in those days, I was homeless. So for me to take a shower and have to work out. I worked out twice a day. I was top fucking love that moved to our great shape. It's what happened to me. I fell apart with once. I got it. I stopped doing every. But. But I'm thinking about this. Why are you telling me that some like, you know, that when you say, so when you win when you start to tell the world, or, you know, us tell like the powers in the you're gonna move the universe. When you tell the university, you're gonna move. That's when the universe like starts to give you things to keep curve ball right curve ball. So then you got to be somebody that then you I mean, that's like that's kind of is that the difference between some people and other people, you think that you you willing to just say, okay? Look, these are great things, but I'm gonna still move away from this and take my chance that some people would just stay do. You think there's something inherent in certain types of people that are then like, okay, I'm gonna put this on the line and still move. There are people that. Will come to me and say to me Joey comic a moving down putting away money and moving to LA two years that guy's dead. That guys that. Yeah. That's never good. You gotta build it somewhere else. That's what you're saying. You have the urge to make a move you have to make what you're saying to people who procrastinate that move or give you a reason why they're looking for some befall their laps. I don't have to move saying they're going to give to your Spain over give themselves to your spending. What happens you meet some fat chick knocker up? Yeah. Now, you dreams quashed because you got married to you gave yourself out. Yeah. Sometimes in life. We give ourselves our own. Yeah. But sometimes universe gives you out and you have to take advantage of it. You know, the universe will give you signals. Yeah. They'll tell you sons, you know, if I had to if a bounce asked to come up to you tap on the shoulder to tell you it's time to leave. Yeah. You fucked up. Yeah. You know, went to put the drink down and get out and walk out of that. Because you're gonna dulled because you've seen how people have acted want to town like. I've overstayed my welcome. Yeah. Because I've over saved my welcome. I realized when it's time ago right was time to go. It was time sound ago this time, I know it's time to go. I'm the king of time. That was a place. I used to rob constantly I used to work there, and rob constantly. Yeah. I knew I couldn't do it anymore because I was get caught and my reputation, and my wife was gonna be shit again. I forced myself. I took a fifty percent pay cut steel and right stealing. But I knew eventually I will get caught. No because. That's the way. Drinking water. Slow that fun as fuck and like a married couple. No, one sixty this was sex in your sixties is like do. Somebody's talking moody. Adult booty foul. Boy, louis. He's sniffing for us. He isn't though that Ford sinking into t-shirt that even tell you tell you to may and we in our area a lot of Saint Kohl's Reich Louisiana's eight feet underwater, brother, if you look at New Orleans s city is eight feet under it's below sea level. So here's the ocean. Right. Then there's naturally a bottom, and that's what they built New Orleans now. That's that's why it always floods constantly there. So it's soggy everywhere around like our whole area Louisiana's swamp. You know, but they had. Company for lamb when they wanted to build and before they had you know now, they got the surveys. You see dude out there in the morning, you'd think he's a pedophile taking pictures of children or something, but he's looking for distance with the lame with the orange vest the made them put orange vest on. 'cause everybody thought they was touch and children looking for children. And now, but before that they had they would hook a fucking rope to you. Giving him from bird is hatching brain the core of the ass. Aw. What this book is taking tonight mother earth. Right. That my farts. I'm thinking to run them far breast milk. That's perky. All right now that's gonna come out like that Koreans. That that fucking lunch Hannah ricochet off the channel. Ricochets off the nine quantum ball. And it goes right through his nose. He gets them. Nobody knows father. I been far this fifty fucking years allow I put my hip. I know how to Bank off the back the back. I know how to route repairs of travel. Yeah. So I could even bang off the wall like a pool table right here. There's a certain cut I eliminate hot. Oh, yeah. You open the door that that's wall. That's coming out of my ass. It's real. That's that's how do your ass might be really fucking hot. Oh shit. Look at Cleo. Taking off the shirt shit Cleal. Leo, leo. I don't fucking come on, man. Twenty five I held twenty five hundred smoke twenty. It's hard on. But run from you get to let his writing somebody's name that bucking counts if they don't respond that if you get one letter, right? I just thought about clear. Yeah. Yeah. But do so they would quit kids on this one as to put kids on chains. And then them for funding. Walk out into a field and see if the fucking earth fell under him. That's that's the area. I was never did that to kids. They definitely did. Look it up. One of my. I don't know where is it. Open air searching for sinkholes fuck is Seth buttons over wisit brother type it. I'm sorry leave I'm being shit. We look for kids tied up looking for Kohl's listen for what's wrong with your fucking, which I'm not fucking with a man, Tom. No, kids up Maxine tie. It wasn't like you were kidnapped the fucking forties lay these people that would type Chinese people up throw them over the cliff with a stick at vitamin. And that's how they built a railroad. Yeah. Man, really the Chinese built a railroad fucking country. And that's how they would test to see if it was good win. They make them go over the cliff with a stick at dynamite and a rope or some shit Sutton, fucking creepy. Jeez. That's why I don't think that would use the white kids to see that was sinkholes that had to be like from other countries or something like now didn't have any kids from other countries. Boss, black kids that was it. And then we're using them to do that. But they would have kids made. It wasn't a I mean, you wouldn't it's not your fallen into fuck in. You know in the like Haiti's or anything, you would just fall like six or eight feet. You know, that's a mouse guy fell two weeks ago. You gotta kill rattlesnakes. Came out with blood and rattlesnake bites. All. Albuquerque's whole I'm sure I happen to valley somewhere this whole fucking town. You could be walking fall into a Cinco some guy fall into a sinkhole in his front yard, and he was swimming shit. He fell right. Fucking shit. Shit in front of house dude occupied feel it in my legs. I'm near Saint coal, dude. No joke. I could feel it in my legs. And that's from growing up in that area. Man. You swear to guy, you know, like, you know, senior citizens, no like in their spine or spinal rattle, if it's gonna rain, right? Like, you could feel that in your leg that growing up our group, you could feel if the ground is, you know, getting to be solid or gonna start to give way. I mean, you gotta understand how how soggy is in Louisiana. You guys are it's soggy, man. You know, the whole state the whole state you build do you fucking built a doghouse in the morning. It's fucking thirty feet away. You know? So what I see in the news all the time is really like it's a rains a lot Louisiana's whole Baton Rouge Monroe. Yeah. All those towns and the water just yet. It's so right there on the C level. You know, we're probably above sea level radio. Bet. See a we check and see what we are leading on looking at where we are above sea level in just even if you put like Los Angeles studio city would not what would not were up a little bit not, you know, Colorado but were up. Yeah. You know, what scares me by Louisiana will do all aids is a whole. Did they prepare it for another Katrina? I don't think that way they rebuilt it today. Fucking repair it like that. They really no, I don't think we can go back to the UCLA thing different. I mean, I still hear that this place. Gotta just Don Katrina still areas the done they rebuilt a lot. But did they rebuilt it to withstand? And because Katrina, Katrina storms, just get strong. Right. And every year, we're gonna get killed it. We'll location whether it be Galveston the Houston, the Tampa, Florida. It could be one certain locations. Yeah. It's going to eventually go back to New Orleans would be worse than to train it claiming anyone's most people. But I don't know what happened. They had. They I mean, if it wasn't a Saint coal already after Katrina. I would knock that shit down filled. It more dirt dirt dirt dirt, you know. Yeah. That's the obvious. The mayor got put in jail, right? Nagin went to jail. He went to jail the chocolate badgers. That means the money that get used for funds because right? Every view always went to jail, right? Where these off stealing Maury Al all to do always gonna J walis. Yeah. All corrupt. Yeah. When edwards? He was a governor of Louisiana, but he was super corrupt that dude. They will. Yeah. She's a corrupt place, man. It's just kind of you know, it's like pirates and shit. It's a little bit. It's like Tampa. But they build a whole state out of it as gambling Louisiana gamble right there in New Orleans. You got all the boats, and you got Harris has land casino the only one allowed, and they showed that New Orleans when they got hammered that they showed that harassed. Oh, yeah. They showed the comic that was there. They didn't know that the comic that was during Katrina billboard with sideways. He was a comedy store guy. Oh, wow. Isn't they was? James Steve is third and he was at that casino that week and the interesting his take on showed Katrina where they showed New Orleans day showed average sign sideways with his name on it. And that's why I was just really interesting. If I haven't been to New Orleans insight. New Orleans two times. The second time was a lot better than the first time. Yeah. The first time is the most uncomfortable situations I've been comedy while really my grandma blow, and I got the condo back to Houston. Yeah. That's everybody. Storing new hotel was kind of a little weird people Lewitt when I went back to shoot bridge match since I have to go to those weird spots and more comfortable. It was more comfortable, they put me in a hotel that was it was a home. They served three meals. Dow what being is. And it was the food was delicious. I. The food was others fucking world man, while I don't know what the hotel was you know, you hide your floor. Wow. Tremendous. I still remember sitting in the living room like the dining room. It was like the last supper table here. All by myself. They gave me the whole floor. Yeah. So you had to use a card. Thanks. And maybe three or four floors five floor. I think almost downtown a little bit off the city. It was a little bit off the city and had a the you had to be downstairs seventy nine to eat twelve to two or five seventy debt, and they had two or three things on the menu. And there was no choice. If you picked one thing came with a soup salad. Yeah. It was fucking superb. Wa and I know that the one that we had a party that went to the club. And it was superb. It was this dirty is I had been the first time. Yeah. When I went to New Orleans first time it had to be ninety nine ninety eighth ones is out of it's fucking mind with Katrina to douse Naronha two thousand six when I went to New Orleans ninety eight to do comedy that time. I took a fall out. It was either ninety eight or ninety nine a dog. I got some. From the park the car to the minute. I walked in a hotel to walk into the gig. I thought I was gonna get Jack. Yeah. I'm fucking might. I've jacked people. Right. So I felt I was to get Jack. You get the feeling even the street lights are tell you about to get fucked. People that recorder it was lookouts. Yeah. People bumping into you years later that made that movie focus about pick pockets, and then when they when they go to Super Bowl New Orleans, and I thought about that movie. How that day I saw pickpockets. Yeah. To people bubbling to you a lot of brothers walk area. Brothers with bad intentions, you know, the black on black crime there, especially at late at night. It's crazy drug situation. Yeah. Remind the may like I'm walking. And some guy comes up, you know, you're going to New Orleans. You gotta go downtown. And you know, what I'm saying? Yeah. You gotta go to the French quarter. You got to pick a walk down there. So we got into town may be to checked into the hotel and went right down. I mean, I wasn't on that blog a minute. And I'm gonna flash back to forty second street. Yeah. In the seventies. Where people come in. Yeah. I got drinking. So I'm looking might make him believe a command a good time tons of people on the street and right away. Some guy came up to me. Oh, yeah. What were you looking for a plant? They'll have a baby carriage. Okay wins. You got. Yeah. This this this on this get them cocaine Lucy, which got cane on it dance shit. Yeah. He goes fan right here. My play come over and talk to give him the money, then I'll come back on her. And I was married at the map. Yeah. And that's how it always happens a lot. And I saw I saw four minutes. Yeah. Idiots won't see while the tourists looking for drugs, and they wanted fast the just gonna get robbed ship, man. I went back to the hotel where I got the club. The doorman Ness me while you're way, talk him up. Give me a grandpa and everything it was beautiful. Yeah. I took it to the hotel room. I do live at the front desk. People who I thought were gonna rob me like everybody that just seems so fucking fucked up. It seems like a movie I mean, I there's a lot fucked me up. They knocked on my door. Why should I got to the hotel room? Took a piss I wash my hands. I took the coca. I chopped up opened up a beer, I took like two ships out of the back with me a line of coke dog one little line put the coke away and the door knocked. And when I open the guy was like, oh, man. I'm just checking up on your mcnary. Okay. And I was like the fucking doing where don't. The coke a little bit. But noth- to make me paranoid. Fuck me up. Yeah. I called the other comic. I said dog what he's doing. He goes driving home. He goes. I don't wanna spend the night here either. Wow. We both the car, and I left, and that was my and I know forget walking back to the car. It was eleven thirty and all like smell was fucking vomit. Yeah. Oh, and if you down by the courts. It's not like, they're redoing it. Now, every doing street band called you last week you were in baton roots. Or you Baton Rouge New Orleans do even Baroudi man, I'm out there. We're taking the kids. I got nieces and nephews, you know, in their little Tigers and all kinds of shit, you know, costumes, and we're taking them, and you'd have, you know, couple brothers run by like coke coke, and it's fucking taking the kids like trick or treat. You know? I got Molly what you need like what the fuck, dude. I'm already you know, to get the kid dressed up like a damn mountain lion. I'm not gonna much coke at the house reminded me of Times Square. Like that would just patient bargain that you that coke? I got drywall drywall mine at at night, the guy I was with that was driving a nice feature act like he was likely. Yeah. He patch. Hollywood is the business is leaked open for you. Now. Right. I'm talking about this guy had been doing like ten years eight years he had day job. Yeah. He drove me. And he was like eighty do drugs. Drink yet. He was a Christian, and I'm even at the calm. He was scared heating feel good. Yeah. He didn't like it was like a once a month thing, they got drunk people. Yeah. Got nine drunk people. Didn't even get an audience, they paid you. And I heard maybe a month later, they canceled. Yeah. Every time that happens in Louisiana. They don't want comedy, man. Go on your the story. Do Baton Rouge. Go to Mike, Mike, what's his name had a club down there, buddy? Tommy, pant coast was the DJ over there. And then he ended up being jam for a while the funny bone. Yeah. That's where I started. I was there when the girl was dead Christine this girlfriend. Shreveport, got always that's report. Okay, Baton Rouge. So have a club van Rouge doesn't about Shreveport, it moved over to BOS you're across the river over the buzzer city opened up David till there one time and Tom off in Andy dick tried to blow me at the casino air. Right. Then how about this three years later? I'm back area again Andy Dick's shooting something again offered to blow me at the casino. He forgot it offer me three years earlier not told him. Now, what a small world, you know, Sadie somebody office he had a girly at a little hitman. So he baits you at that pussy and the switch it out for his own Weiner. We'll high net was like his move girl over. Yeah. You wanna come do something wild or something? And then you come over, you know. No. And you'd like be thinking about our policy or thinking about our tits or something. And while you're doing that he'd suddenly he's air, and then they're talking about three summer something. And then she goes to get. He, you know, get something get drinks or get a salad or something. And in your fucking sitting there as you in him. You know, you're like fuck this shit, man. You know, I'm not doing this. I'm not fucking out here. Looking for sinkholes for fucking two dollars an hour. You know? Commie of I in decade ago, bro. Chain my back. Fuck you that too. Fuck you that that about him? Fuck you like a Bichon Sean on fucking on? Math brow. He got arrested again recently. He's got a beautiful, son. His son is a is a nice kid sunny. Lucas or whatever his name is you go blue comedy. Yeah. Medicine through comedy. 'cause the son of a always tries to do comedy as well, Andy, Lucas deck is his name is is super skinny actually pretty funny. I don't know if he still does it or not July, and I'm not judging I don't know if he everybody and their own world sexual battery what sexual battery I don't know do, but I can fucking to charges to it. I'm sure. I mean, they were triple A batteries. I saw dick birds nothing if I look to. Yeah. He showed me, dude. And I didn't look for a long time. I'll tell you that. Was. A kind of Dickey could see him one glance like some Dick's. You. Gotta be like, oh, you got almost look at both sides to cedar real, you know, to see the whole city. But this thing it was a little township. It was something that haven't South Africa, Soweto villages or something. So young guy tried the car grab my dick. That's one thing. Yeah. But a guide thing is deck out. I don't know what I would do. I think you just walk away. Man. Are you say something crazy? You know? I wasn't like I'm not like a if somebody wants to be wild. And they're on drugs. I'm not a violent. You know? Here's what works for me. No. I'm out Brian. You know, I don't do all party meeting all of that. So there's a certain element. Of your manhood. There's a certain element of your manhood. You know that one day you decide what you what you are. And where you're not going to do. Yeah. I have nothing again nothing. Whether you want to be transgender if you wanna be gay. I have nothing about. Yeah. Torian tation. You wanna play for the fuck in Tampa Bay Buccaneers? I don't give a fun. Okay. Even boogie nights. You've seen boogie nights. Yeah. You only saw at once though. Okay. There's a scene where the heroine boy buys a new car, and he caused marquee Waldberg to see it and the guy makes out with a monkey market wall. Because what the fuck happened. He doesn't really know. And tricky that shit to me like. I would know what I'd do. Like if somebody went to make out with me. Yeah. Know what to do what if they were like a world champion of something? I still would know what like dude if some fucking, you know, some guy sells, you know, salads or something looking at you of coke and going, you know, what the? Yeah, I love you notice. I switched sides and time to time. I think you're very and some right? I think you would say enjoy you my dog, and I love you. But you can't back that way. I don't yet shit. I think you'd be mad at me for a week, you tell a couple of your friends, but then over the years, we've forget about that's one thing if we were coked up at five in the morning, and I came clean with you that I banged a couple of guys time-to-time married. I got a wife, but I'm bisexual that's one thing. But for me to be snorting coke with here. Yeah. Yeah. Go to the bathroom. I come on your naked on your couch. Huntington. I gotta fuck you up. Yeah. I gotta wet lease smack in the face. Yeah. To make you know, I don't know our react undo something. I don't know how to react if you just took it deck out. If you here's the thing. I've been around guys we're taking dick on my lap talking about that. I'm talking about me going into a bathroom may come back out. And you're negative on the couch, and you sit next to me, touch my dick or something like doing that show. I don't know. I wouldn't do it. I don't know. I don't know. I said on do it. And I've been in Kochi situations where I could see it coming on. And. Yeah. Left before even happened. Oh, do some guy. New orleans. One time had end fucking locks on his bathroom. This guy gets me into the bathroom or doing some cocaine after the Super Bowl or something and they have two doors in the bathroom. You know, any puts a fucking bolt on one of them. And I'm like Jesus did. Now, look the other one, and it has a bold on it, and like Atta here Jack in and I thought about trying to do a little more cocaine, and then just keep my foot in the door wedge while I did it. But I was like. Miss out of here. Because you don't know what that guy. I mean is I dunno. I bet you know, what the place where that happens the most. You can hear it happened in the distance is Los Angeles. Yes. Yes. This is the kind of place like, you know, for as much as Los Angeles and the people out here. Call out like the rest of America ramming shitty values in this. And that this place is fucked up, Jack this places that dark arts. This is people have known, you know, if you really think about it, and I'm not being funny guy, here, whatever the metoo movement is slow down a little bit. Yeah. Thank God lost momentum. Yeah. Getting too out of control. I have a daughter. I was raised by a single mom. I have a wife a ton of my friends of females. Yeah. And I feel for you. But it was getting I think what our Gento got busted for fucking the underage kids. Yeah. And then these women came out against cabin on that, you know, thirty six years a long time. I. Changed a lot. Oh, yeah. Dirty six years. It's nineteen eighty two. I think of the person I am I've changed four times a great. You know, that's number one. They can't take that away from a man or woman number two. I think that. You know, what you have your fucking Gaza? These you have your Harvey Weinstein. Wants teen was ten times worse than what we know. Right. And right in the people that last night two nights ago lesion, and there's twenty more Harvey Weinstein his on percent. And there's a lot of actresses Haydn those men still and they knew about him. It's only whenever the, you know, the thing the gavel starts to fall in an effect people's pocketbooks shit that they are they realized their money safe than they'll chime out. I love MBC to gave me sampling, the that gave me Chico on the man that gave me NewsRadio. They'll give me a lot of shows. I'm like, yeah. But think about that what you guys and the people listened at home to think about that NBC knew about Bill Cosby. Again, MBC Nuba Bill. Cosby, right? But they didn't give a fuck because of the money. He was generate. Yeah. Okay. That goes with any sport kinda McGregor could do whatever. The fuck you while. Yeah. We generate that type of money you wanna come out of the way, and what a bottle of whiskey and a fucking with the president of the fucking league or the whatever he calls himself. You know, when you're that type of person Daniel, white, you could do whatever the fuck you want, you know, so this twenty Harvey Weinstein's. Yeah. That Dan we have exposed jet or nobody really on Weinstein, Dixon Weinstein. There's a bunch of Weinstein's that have not been exposed at an ID now Jawan away quietly into the night. You know, what we got away with this for a long time? Nobody came out. Yeah. I hear you don't want thing to notice when it was you know, I think is a lot of comedians out there that start to use it as a and not even comedian. I guess there's this. It's uncomfortable. When you start to feel like and I just try to trust my instincts. I know a lot of women are, you know, taking advantage of no dude, a lot of men. Get objectify women as well these days, and people don't wanna talk about that, you know, and sounds like kind of a bitch thing to say. But you know, there's a lot of women out there. Use men as they see fit as well. You know for different things and place. Yeah. Here in place. Yeah. In LA. And so I don't like it when you get a lot of these fancy ladies saying, oh feminism this feminists and that, but they're selling books and bullshit to you know, what I'm saying. They're just peddlers. They don't have a real fuck about anybody but themselves, and you know, that's one thing. I hope technology at one point can like tell people's hearts, you know, like at hope at one point like a fit bit you could wear Fitbit. That tells you like if that personality. Has any genuine care in themselves for you, you know? And I think that that's when technology's really gonna help us because right now, we're out here. Fucking around. You know, people jerking off guys addicted to their own, you know, semen and everything holidays shit on the internet. And it's just you know, we're in the rotgut stages technology right now, we're still learning about this shit. We're gonna play grow the meat. You is thing was to stop to it was too. Well, here I just wanted to get this point out. Sorry, interrupt to you. Girls started asking me cannot come on the road with you to open for you. Right. And I was afraid to let them come with me because I don't trust like. That's what that movement did to me because I've always tried to value women. Yes. Like have I I'm sure objectify women before sexually now in wanted to be with a woman just for sex or had sexual interests, you know, like lead. So my thoughts. I think some of that's limbic in a man, you're going to see a woman. I don't you know, I thought is I want to buy a house in just think about are always my some of my thought is in my debt, you know. And that's nature mother nature put some of your brain in in the end of your day. And the thing that gets me is like now, it's like women will ask me way can come and feature for you. And it's like, I don't know. Like, it's very scary. Like a two years ago. I'd have been like, yeah. I'll give any woman like I don't have any issue with that. Right. I'm not gonna try to fuck this girl. You know, I respect her as an artist. But now what this girl has some crazy intention. Well, no. You know, what you take on the road? I it makes me second. Guess we Michael's. I know them both for years Kate. I wish I have. No, it would turned me on to fuck Kate. I love the debt and she's beautiful a little sister. Yeah. We know Felicia like assistant to me. Yeah. So if I went on the road with a woman came up to me like I've had women asked me, and they don't say at the hotel. They stay at their own living on right? I have no problem. I don't play that shit at all. I know what it's like to be young girl. I have a daughter, and I remember what it was like twenty who can't stand me. Right. Well, I'll do that. I was thinking about this day, Kim, not standing me. You know, you can't mention my name around Chelsea she's the worst the first time, I meant Chelsea him. I went off on in a sexual way. Try to her. She was fucking gorgeous. Yeah. She was gorgeous. I knew that that time she was doing drugs. Yeah. She was opening up for David towel. I was fucked up on drugs the yellow for what you fucking retarded. Are you fucking crazy now, it's crazy? I think people like each other. You can't mention my name around. I went to that black club. She still wants to fuck, you know, broke stop trying to be funny. I'm not going to be funny. There was no fucking involve. I was a fucking asshole tour. We were doing that dumb black club on fuck. Nj spot. No, the other one Union Station, Beverly Beverly boulevard, abound. The blocking the chicken place. They used to be a club debt one night and comedy union comedy union. This had to be nineteen ninety eight bro. And that was out there every night with a package, you know. And I met your dot com. Geeked up Lauren bitches with coke. Yeah. I go. There. I go to the comedy unit to spot and I-. Chelsea handler looking finer venom motherfucking mitchum big breasts, then all in nineteen ninety eight. Chelsea handler was fucking bagging. So we start talking. She tells me could she sweet to me. Yeah. She calls me credentials. What a not six minutes into the conversation was gonna rock coke and the meat you pussy should face of bow Rian. She's crazy. But I knew that I had done something wrong. And then three months later. She was dating a friend of mine. I went to black guy white guy, and I went to a party and sore. The look she gave me which is hard. And after that somebody came up to me when they go. What is she eight you so much because one night she caught me, you know, like just darling women throat or you off. You have no idea. How good she looked at night. This is Chelsea had the Volvo. That's how that's what she had the Volvo. How she was bragging. She would go up to the store do denying fifteen spidery nights bragging, but I'd never met before. Yeah. I never met before I saw her. And we started twelve next minute. We're talking about cocaine shit and next on my job site. I'll tell you you find mother. Yeah. Let's go somewhere. Do some blows. You like what the fuck Utah base about get the fuck out, you disgusting fed slob. Really you fatter. No, I just I was just you know, a growth purse. I didn't know I was doing coke until this day. You can't mention my name. It's fucking hysterical. But at least I'm honest about it, I grow pro RV'er. I just asked to. On the sucker. You know? I was. Yeah. Came in from ninety eight to two thousand till I met Tyree ninety seven ninety six that was all I had. I wasn't a handsome guy. Yeah. So I would just tell you. I got an eight ball coke. You gotta push it. Whether you wanna do you wanna city talk to Leo night about fucking computers by you wanna come up to the room and get you a monkey with a coach. You said ten women go home. I did I'm gone with you. Right now, if you go up to ten women say that one isn't gonna take you up on your fucking frog. And it was crazy hunt that FOX with this Iraq. It was crazy. Do that was craziest. I remember. Yeah. Man. And she. Yeah. I remember she came into the hours working at some club over there, these that when I moved to town man, I really started doing comedy in Los Angeles. You know, when I really think about it like, I think the first time I ever went up on stage was in New Orleans. But after that, I just happen to be out came out here. Visit a buddy, and then next thing, you know, they had comedy. I ended up living with my friend, and they had comedy down the street from us over on Santa Santa over in Brentwood. And so they had a place over there that guy with the wooden leg to run it TJ white boys a comedy, Mark Franko and TJ Mark somebody not to your Mark Walters, different TJ's. But. They it was two blocks away. So I walked down there and Wednesday night, and they started let me get up. But anyway, brew co had a room of their in Westwood in Chelsea Hanna would come in Jim norm. We'll come in and stuff. And this is just it wasn't like famous or anything. She was kind of popular, you know, she was a comedian was real amateurs over there. And. And yeah, I didn't like I went and did our show one time, and she wouldn't even look at me. And she just treating me and then on social media and stuff like insult me is not a good way to judge somebody. But you know, sometimes we do, and she doesn't have any empathy for people. There's something about her. That makes me seem like she just the TV show for. Yeah. How many times did you do it? Just one time. What was her behavior toward you? He went and look at me, you know, she would talk to me. But wouldn't look at me. And she just made me feel. I don't know. She didn't make me feel like welcome. You know, and when you're young and you're nervous and already got nervous and arty. You know, the industry has never really given me much. You know, this industry's never given me months. You know, it's crazy to me. You're just getting a show over there at FOX, you know, or we talk about that or whatever, but are an opportunity for that. You know, it's like, it's crazy. It's like I just but anyway, I've always had that a little bit of chip on my shoulder. Maybe but yeah. She just made me feel like, I don't know. Like, I wasn't funny are wasn't good enough or stuff like that? You know, there's nothing worse than going on something. And somebody's showing that you you expect it because I had expectations. I had at least there'd be some niceness. You know, like there's some excitement. Instead, it was like he's kind of like this this star this thing. But now to me, she she I vision of her and this could be wrong, like a lonely older woman in like a castle with all this money, and she's just lonely, and I don't want anybody to end up that way. And that could just be me thinking that way to make myself feel better, you know, that she felt like she was made to me. But I, you know, as she seems like a real to me, so whatever. You gotta give something something, you know. And with fame comes, you know, like, I'm. I'm watching some program in Jennifer Aniston, send when they shot the pilot for friends that to celebrate the guy took a Vegas executive producer to everybody Vegas mile. And then gave them each five hours said walked casino and gamble this. Because that's the last time you're able you're ever going to be able to walk through casino again. That's how big you guys are gonna be you know, they knew it out of the gate. They knew it out of the gate. You know, and so weird how you. That's amazing. Listen, man. I was in this for so long. I struggled for so long as human being. That no matter what you throw at me. Now wouldn't change. Yeah. Like, I'm done. Yeah. You already made you'll we had me to go crazy when I was maybe up to thirty two thirty three thirty four yet. I would have gone a different crazy. I would have gone drug crazy at that age. But I always knew what I was what makes people crazy. This town is not knowing what they are either. They too much or too little it's like being somewhere where you don't belong. I always stressed that. Because one day you're going to do that. And you're gonna see how bad you feel and you're going to think of me as a comedian actor, you know, when you when you shoot a show shoot a show somebody. And you go these shows and. You see the same fucking comics. They're always coming by the say, Hello. Yeah. Provided to this came at you. Look at them, you re shop shown go. No. And you feel bad for them you go. Then why the fuck you here 'cause I shot this show, whatever sewed, and I feel I feel bad being shot one scene on one show. And I feel like a fuck NASO. So you didn't even shoot the show, but you're down here doing what what is your purpose? Yeah. What is your fucking purpose? You look like a fucking idiot. Yeah. You're eating free food whatever you don't belong somewhere. Do not be at that place. Yeah. To that be at that place. You asked me a question before you go to you take on the road lead them doing comedy west of the year. Yeah. I didn't realize I wanted to do it really famous. Yeah. It would not do him. It would ruin him. Yeah. It would ruin I know that he's not ready by no means he's two years away. Or I'd ruin his whole perception of stand up would be ruled point. That's that's very true perception, I took him to the world with either he saw what it's life. Now. The rest is up to him. Yeah. He's two years away from even stepping on the stage me on a plane. Yeah. Because I know what it would do that. Yeah. He needs to go on his own now. And go to Lexington Kentucky and go to all the places they never seen a Jew. Yeah. And do that Jane down three years, and you can do flack face, you're Jewish? Thank don't you guys. Get back. Hold off. I just fucking fi Kelham Meghan. You gotta bring a black face. I don't want to black face. I don't wanna talk about black face that just five Megan Kelly. You wanna bring up black face? You got great things happening in your fucking lively black face alone. Right. I didn't leak do it. No. I'm going to hold off on that one. No. It's the truth. Yeah. I would not be doing many famous. You wouldn't be favorites? Burs got it took me. And I was doing comedy for years. Yeah. First time, I got taken. And I wasn't ready, but it was fraternities mealy. Yeah. It was who was it. They was Todd Jorde. They took me on like two or three or four weeks of attorneys every night. It was rush season. Whatever others, and he would have a different threat every night to to France three frats, and I've been doing comedy for years, and I was just bombed. I was like an Arab going into places to bomb. Our call a bomb alert guys prepared you're gonna get a bomb. I wasn't ready at that time. That's all I wanted. And I would say to myself. I didn't get this. Call two years ago. I still remember going like doing comedy a couple of months go into an NBC. No. No. Johnnie Walker the liquor in the eighties nineties, if you wanna be anybody. You had a win the Johnny Walker red competition San Francisco. Wow. That's what I love. It you every year Johnny Walker day, the national comedy competition would end up on channel thirteen something. But you still got national exposure. Yeah. And now you went into clubs that was one of the credits. It was either that that the might show or HBO. Yeah. So that was the exposure we told him. I taught Jordan taking on the road. So Todd Jordan took you on your ready said I was almost ready bombings are you're you're not saying that three week camp. Wow. What that is three weeks of doing comedy every night three weeks five nights a week, and you get to adjust and that really helped me right away. That was a big push. When I finish those three weeks. I was a better comic doing triple. Then. I started doing trouble on the triple ones for. For years, and that's a complete different adjustment. That's every night. You gotta adjust plus drive eight hours plus fucking do radio. But oh, yeah. That's that's fucking navigational comedy. You know, sometimes you finished a gig drive that night because you have made out of dry as we'll get to the whole towns that you know, it teaches you how to deal with this yet. That's what I started lamb. Yes. Taking care of myself and not time and things. Well, how people don't know. You know, there was a comic his name was Doug Williams. Great guy. Great guy gravy show. He got a more to sign off on it. Wow. And it was one of the first comedy shows to go to stars stars as a black network at the time, and they had a comedy series delight three years that guy today, a friend of mine. Call me one of the cruise ship. He saw Doug Williams crucial. Wow. Well, what happened was Doug Williams got? He he went to a roast. Oh, yeah. Jamie Foxx major storm up. He was kind of mean a game very mean, Jamie Foxx, but the problem was eating belong. He did not belong there who Doug Williams? Didn't know. It was nobody to ballooned. He was too young to be up there. Too young. He just didn't belong there. Did not belong in that room. He knew it. But he was gone. His is bigger than the stomach. Yeah. Any went there. Anyway, they got birthed. Yeah. And everything. You cannot go somewhere. We do not belong in comedy or in life. Right. If you don't belong don't go on 'cause you're gonna get in trouble. Yeah. That's a man. That's really really stand up. I hate that shit. When people say I'm out there. What do they call it? Modern alight though, what do they call? They go out and Bengal is a name that networking that work that locking that rubbed my balls on your I never been network that work on stage that working on stage. To talk to people. I used to be nervous when I would come near. I'll be nervous or not like there's some comedians still made me kind of nervous. Sometimes when I see him, you know to be around. It's just because you don't know him. Well, he always look up to him, you know, and then you see them, and it makes you nervous about a comic that you look up to when you go to the store your mate them. And and this apples to comics me, probably you don't get the reception that he looking. Yeah. That's what I worry about some of my idols. I didn't get the reception. I was looking for. So I didn't talk them. I didn't talk to Andrew dice clay for the I g I was at the store, and I see him up there. Five nights a week. Why? Because he won't you on your place. Not he had nothing to say no circles. No, no, no one. No. You know? And then you get emails from people. Well, it's terrible to meet your heroes because you're poach Mehta runway. Yeah. And at the wrong time. Yeah. There's a dude that comes up to me a lot. He's always kinda coked up. I can tell at the comedy store. And now I hate that guy coming around we have no he knows it's uncomfortable to like why does he keep doing this? You know? I don't judge people on the drug aspect. I don't care if so many drugs. On these games shit yet. No, those people I just leave. I told them to get the fuck out of my face. I don't wanna hear about what I'm doing. I'm doing comedy, bro. Yeah. And like this week I rough week. Tonight. I'll be in New York, you know, and that's my rough as we because I have to deal with family. Yeah. To talk to people. You know, I got to two hundred people way take picture can you pay twenty dollars? And I talked to you a half hour. I gotta find a way to say, listen broke. Can you step aside? Let these but wait, wait, wait member. The time. We went no let these people take the pictures. And then you can talk to me all you want. Right. Every tough people on the stand that. Yeah. That's why I'm getting it's getting like I've been struggling with this. Because it's like, you know, I love you know, like you worked so hard to get people to come out and then people start coming out. And you know, it's a lot of Molly dudes like me that struggle with stop or just regular people. You know, good people. You know, I feel like a lot of audiences are probably similar like good people that come out to enjoy themselves. You know, and I want to be able to spend time with each one of them afterwards. I guess t shirts as a regular person. Yeah. See I don't right because I want them to be able to come to me and talk them and not to do that. Yeah. I saw to your t-shirt gore on. Yeah. I'm not carrying t-shirt across the country. If I want to mail it. Mail at they and sell us the same puck important. Yeah. Because again, you have a different complication now, you have people that feel about I bought a t shirts, and I'm gonna give you a fucking see what you're saying. I don't have time for any a beating them between shows. Yeah. I need to focus in between you want a good show for me. Yeah. Are you wanna fuck t-shirt shirt? Right. You wanna good show with forget about the fucking t-shirt? Yeah. I'll tell people do not you don't don't feel obligated to buy a shirt to come and say, hey, or to think about it. Would you go say, hey, by show of the mind? I'd rather you not. So the fucking shirt elect them come over and shake their hand. Yeah. You know, when people pay for VIP packages. I feel bad fi. Yeah. I feel bad for you for two reasons. I would never charge to VIP package because now I'm forced to talk to you and your forced to talk to me. That's not a relationship. Right. That's bullshit. I would never sell VIP. Package. I waiting to come up man for the show take a tunnel. What you gotta Tom and get the fuck out of here. Yeah. If you pay the eighty five bucks VIP that means I gotta hear your fucking beaten for two hours. Yeah. We don't have two hours. Right. I want you to come to the shows. I want you to joy yourself. I want you to take a picture will communicate. What would take him a picture? And then you gotta go. There's two hundred people behind you. Right. You know what I'm saying? I don't wanna I don't wanna take money from somebody to feel that the talk after show. Yeah. So I come to a certain gated area. I think that is the most grossest do that. Yeah. You sell package and twenty people come in the back afterwards talk the and you take a picture with them listening. How about we do this? How about on your deck? You shake my hand. We'd take a picture you. Go your way. I'll go my way. Yeah. We talked for two minutes. You know, you gotta be considered people. Right. That's it and most people are here. So here's the thing that I'm running into right? And so this is a good thing. I can ask you. Actually because you have experience is I'm noticing like. So I'll go out after the first show. Right. And there's a line. Like, you say, you know, there's a hundred and fifty people wanted say, hey, when I meet me, and I wanna meet them. But then by the end of that, I am. So like just exhausted emotionally, bro. That Dan it's like the second show up on myself being more temperamental because like all of like, your kindness in your just your. You just feel a little empty, you know, and I don't mean that in a bad way. Like, I don't care about those people. I don't it just gets hard. You know, what I'm saying though, complaining is that like just like a complete. But people will listen to this after decide what they want. I have to decide what do I want? Yeah. Me. I will fucking great show. Yeah. When I go anywhere or concert anything. I wanna see a great show, man. That's it. Yeah. I wanna leave that going. You know what? Twenty six dollars working my twenty seven fifty was word. So for me to do that, guess what? Number one, the shows are sold out. Yeah. The staff I soon as I get that day. They said to me, listen, you sold out Friday and Saturday, we only have one exit. Is there any way you can't come out in between shows? Now, you know, anything about me that breaks my heart, right? Yeah. That's how I feel. You got a babysitter. I know you drove you pay depart. I'm aware of all these things. Yeah. But guess what? I gotta do best. What's best for the club for the people for the second show. Yeah. So may talked my wife into me sound t shirts, and I noticed that that emotional our between was by the time. I got stays the second shows. Nothing left. Yeah. That's what I'm starting to notice a little bit people. There's nothing left. There's nothing left the hugs. Kisses. The pictures you go back in it Showtime. Now, you're running late people didn't get in. Yeah. That show starts twenty five minutes late. That means this twin every time a minute techs pass Showtime is one more minute. They'll be drunk right right yet in this Kanada babysitters later. There was nothing. That pisses me off more than a club that starts show him either. You want to not make me come back to your club on show late seven o'clock at seven oh five. I understand people driving right and nine thirty nine thirty five. Yeah. I don't want to be on stage at twelve thirty nine for nine o'clock thought that. That's why do you do? What do I do? You know, man, if the first show is sold that I cannot go out. The first show is sold out club. Does not want you to go up and your fans are okay with that. They have to be. Yeah, they have to be would on the picture business where in the comedy business. I'm in the business of giving you the best show that I can give. Yeah. So for me to me to be able to do that A. I can't be out then between show sling shirt with glasses on taking pictures. You're absolutely right. It draws your energy. Yeah. You know? This is the week that everybody wants to take me out the Benner at five o'clock. Lisa yet. You know, be a long time. You don't see me to four. Yeah. You do not see me after fall. I will when I go on the morning, I will buy a protein ball. Yeah. So I do not have to leave my room before after four o'clock. Yeah. Take a rest those three hours before the show those might time right up on my feet up. I watch an episode Xanax. Yeah. I hit the vapor pen and my notebook is wide open. There's a pint of close by. And I also got another notebook open somewhere else for what is that? What comes to my mind comedy over here as a story over here? Sons of anarchy over here a glass to things of water APAC nicotine gum. Yeah. And vapor pen, and that's what I do from four to seven. Go show starts at seven thirty six. Fifteen. I start stretching throw some punches. I turn the shower on shower. Get nice not I start stretching a little bit just to get potty after. Yeah. But you know. Talk to anybody. Yeah. Hey, how you doing? I you know, my agents that great you sit here all week then Friday at six thirty get one. Listen, call your mother on the Friday at six thirty. I'm only concerned with the two shows. That's all I'm concerned about and this worker boss works best for you. This is what works best for me. A great headliner once told me wait at once told me that if you headline rest is the most important thing for me to give the audience to show I want. Yeah. There's no Dennis for not meeting your smokeout, a nobody. Yeah. Me nobody man. So. Are you talking about that you paid twenty five twenty eight dollars to see me? Yeah. You don't seem you out of the hotel. There's no this. This. Thursday. I go to do to podcast New York. You see show at Friday, and I'm back in my room by one and Friday. I go to the cemetery break flowers from my mum. Yeah. Beside that. Nobody seeing the reason why I stay was stay is because this to my favorite places in the. Yeah. And this hotel has breakfast for free. Yeah. Like that. Even though it's a half a Hindu hotel. Yeah. The exit good it's white bread. And they got Opie. Let's flock out of this world. So at least how over to one of my friends could pick me up at ten or I take the fucking bus into the city or whatever every city, I go at his planned that. Yeah. But I never take away from my show. That means it's not shirts. Yeah. There's no contact between shows in between shows. I sit I reflect on the last show and reflect how the next shows it'd be interesting. That's it. I don't care if my mother's there. I don't care if your grandfather's coming. I don't really want to do much. Yeah. I don't really want to do much while while. Day is game day for us people work hard for that. Now, I have to give their value for the dollar and for me to give them the value for that dollar. I gotta take him. I so. Yeah, that's what I'm struggling with. Right. Take him. I some feeling Zo. So Friday night, you stay up like Friday nights by pill night, if somebody gives me a pill at the show, I take it. Bring back a protein ball. Maybe a fucking an Anna a banana may have an apple from the lounge I go upstairs drink soda, and I watched two or three episodes of some I have no curfew on Friday night. Yeah. That means Saturday morning. I wake up. Nice nearly. I- breakfast. Nice breakfast. I smoke a joint gopher nice walk at eight. Thirty. I go for half a mile walk just let my body alive. I go back to the room. I watched a little that flex pass out for three hours. Now, I get up take a shower. Go for nice lunch on I've caught a salmon. Yeah. A nice salad water. You take good carry yourself. Yeah. And you go back to you right for now. Yeah. And while that our you're right. And you're jesting your meal. So now at four thirty got onto the hotel gym. Yeah. You stretch on the twenty five minutes on the elliptical ten minutes on the bicycle draws some weights round, forty five minutes get that funk out of your system now that energies now, you're you're you're building your own energy and working on your own cheating outlet in world is give your show. Stupid stories Jack got time. But rather man have physical contact all day and Lino goes on the road with me. They know they see me for breakfast lunch. Don't see you to post. Yeah. We did that on the list. Yeah. Man. That's that's the best show. I could give you as Joey de as. If I determine that plan. We don't have a good show. So after the second show, you'll do pictures and stuff. Yes. After the second show, I'll do the picture this. Maybe I need to start trying that because that has been John thousand people don't do dick. There's a thousand people out there who don't do deck. I will take pictures with you before shows I have a superstition not because one time in Columbus, a hippie hug me any had armpit of debt. Now. Yanagawa my shirt while I was grill and cheese smell fucking onions to two shows. Now when I took pictures of people people looking at me like ice melt. Yeah, you know, you it takes a long time to come the time for comedy, by the way, I always wanted to thank you for support me on the Netflix special. You had up Lee showed up you showed up on your own dime. You saw the response has been good. There was been great. But. It's really weird even for that. I had too many distractions. Yeah. Oh, yeah. In hindsight. Even thinking about that you see the man that's like a lot of traction deserve the ice took the my own thing. Yeah. In the future. Stick to what we do away for me to give you a good show. I have to do things, please. I don't I know your mother cooks the best chicken. I know you do that. That's all great. I really don't give a fuck. I really don't go. Fuck when I get off a plane. That's why people contact me on the road to five cast. I'm not yet time to do a podcast. We're going to have. Yeah. Some guys some group. You offer me money to do. I I did my podcast hit a week. That's it. When I go on the road. I wanna do. None. All I think about stand up comedy and how I can make it better before before. I go to a town Wicky pedia yahu. Yeah. Jukebox schools. You got a good Moi ties school. My pop charts added one or not meet some people. I was a little contact. Daytime with some new people. Yeah. And you blow their mind, they blow your mind and you still back in your hotel room by two o'clock. Yeah. That'd be a shower. You right eat you take good care yourself when you're a feature it two different story when you're an empty. It's different story the world don't foreign your shows. Yeah. You could go to watch the Baltimore Ravens and go to a game the world don't fall on your shoulders. You just doing ten minutes when you're a feature act. You think I gave a fuck? What I was featured. I will have to. Yeah. Go get shit you into a phone. I don't give a phone. But when you pay and I gotta fuck in. You got a babysitter. And you pay the part. Yeah. It all those variables. I gotta be at the top of my game. There you go as the ghost telling you allow it the chair on your phone J late. It's getting late. Theo von I love any date. You wanna promote my brother any dates that I wanna promote. Yeah. I'm gonna be in Lexington. Great club. Yeah. On broadway. Great club. Great food. Great hotel. Yeah. Great city great city in December. That's what I'm gonna be on there some excited that I'm going there in in December world's January January one best. Can't remember that? And then yeah, what else got your IFA was on pas on this past weekend. You can check out as well. And just want to say, thanks so much. Joe? You're always such a, you know, just a nice, man. And you always make me feel welcome. And you know, you call me a lot. And I just I know that you care, and I really feel that and I just. My blood. I what. I can feel it. But some people say that kinda shitting whatever. But I'm just telling you appreciate it, man. I know you do and I love you lean. I'm sorry. If I made funny when I got in the way by the toughest down. Oh, yeah. Took fucking nine far, bro. Fucking. Jeez. Like g Lovie honed his neck. That's that sense. Judges tell you four far to ninety day. Most people take them ninety days. Yeah. This this poor Jewish tank sac, then took five of the word. Change you've ever smoked in your fucking even sitting here going Jesus Christ. My pop by the my ass. Anyway, I love you guys with all my fucking heart. Man. I wanna thank the von. Thank my may men. The Christ killer who I love with all my heart, helping defend you with the comedy line to I just wouldn't be doing any favors. I would take you some wet. And then you still have to go back and do the work, and then you'd be more mad at. So you always gotta understand. I got your back in more ways than one. Thank you very much. Always being great inside kicking the friend DEA support of what we do. And I'm very proud of you the doing comedy when the time comes you're gonna be right there with me. So good luck to you. And your venture. You know? I love you. The deck is support you. I break your balls. But I break your balls outta love. I understand. But don't break your ball. They break your balls to be. I, you know, I love you all my. But anyway, forget the love I got for this fucking. Ju I love with all my heart. That's my problem. I got a soft spot the Jews the what Jews and black people are waiting for you. But listen, this podcast is brought to you by rich. Like I said in the beginning. Ridges minimalized front pocket wallet. 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The Church of What's Happening Now
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Defending the Judge, Moon Bound & Curriculum Changes
The blaze radio network. On demand. At grade is here on the blaze radio network. Hello. Triple eight, nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three if you're watching on a blaze TV I'm not weeping. It's a vise, Ian that I've dripped Oliver. My face just made you don't lie. Don't lie to the audience. I just made you cry. I had super-rich right? I and tried to get vising in their to stop the get the read out. And instead I dumped it all over my face somehow. So half the bottle on the floor in fact. All right, triple eight, nine hundred thirty three ninety three the Brett cavenaugh saga continues. So they've scheduled a hearing now with the accuser for next Monday. This should be fun. The accuser shown up two right? Aren't they both scheduled to be there? Yeah, I think probably going to be a room separate towns. I'm probably, but yes. That's amazing. I don't remember a similar circumstance. Maybe there has been but nineteen Ninety-one, Anita hill and Clarence Thomas. Okay. Yeah. So while, yeah, this is becoming very similar to the Clarence Thomas hearing almost as ridiculous to really put that on a coke can. Okay. All right. Why would you do that? You ever heard of anything like that in the history of the world, hey, you know what? I'm going to do. Well, look let me put it to you this way in the history of nineteen ninety one world known twenty eighteen. Oh yeah. Now seems tame. So two women who dated bread Kavanagh have reacted now to the allegations of sexual misconduct. Here is one of them. And what she had to say about Brett cabin. Let me start with you. When you heard this account, when you read what this accuser is saying, what went through your mind? What was your reaction? I was absolutely shocked. I just couldn't believe it. It's just so polar opposite of the bright Cavanaugh that I've known for over thirty five years. I was confused, surprised, shocked and I still can't believe it more Cain. What was your reaction? The very same. I couldn't believe that these allegations had come out when I had been at the hearings for a couple of days, and we just watched woman after woman come forward praising bread and his respect for women and his professionalism and his kindness towards them. And then this at the last minute came out, I was equally shocked to women who dated him and their experience with him was completely opposite. What's this? This woman saying both both of them are named Maura MA. You are. A what is that? He's got an unusual name, any data to women. I've never heard that anymore in he dated both of them. That's really weird. What's his wife's name more? I don't know. I don't know what her name is. I'm finding out right now because got know if he only dates women who named Mora, Ashley. Okay, this is problem. Good. Could not find. I was gonna say he shouldn't be a supreme court Justice. If he only dates women named Maura clearly, he would not be able to. That's not. Yeah, right. And it's not inclusive. The women say that cavenaugh did drink, but he was always responsible here. They are the heirs have now Brad aim. If we had a bear, he was always in complete control, and he was actually one of the guys that if we were at a social gathering, he'd be the guy to look out for other people. He was always in control. So more Cain, the, they've already dredged up. You know, things that were written in high school yearbook. He talks about something about cakes and you know some liquor reference what a lot of people, right? Those kind of things in high school yearbooks. Tell me your, did you ever see him out of control drunk in a situation where he might not have remembered what he was doing? No, not at all. We did drink beer in high school back then the drinking age in Washington was eighteen. You never saw him drink a beer in highschool? No, we did. Yeah, we doing. Doing just drank beer. It was legal. So we did drink beer. He, but I never saw him out of control drunk. He always retained his composure. He was a responsible guy. I wonder if he had, if the legal age had been Twenty-one and he'd been drinking, would they turn that into a thing as well? Would they? I mean -absolutely. Should be so unbelievable. When the last president admitted to dope smoking on a fairly regular basis in highschool, it'd be amazing. So none of this proves that he didn't do it, but it does go to his character this. These are two really important. I think character witnesses for this guy, they drank with them, they dated him, you know you, you don't just turn off being a douche bag. When you're dating other women your, you'd still be the same guy who sexually assaulted the other woman. So more of its Gerald defended his character said he was always respectful with he ever physically aggressive to you. What was he like as a boyfriend? Now he was not in my kind polite, and we're. Spectacle idea. I've known since high school. I dated briefly in college and we've remained close friends ever since I cherish his friendship. He has just been such a stand up guy full of integrity. I admire him. He never exhibited to me or anyone else that I know not with anything treated, no one with disrespect. So, I mean, that's I think that's pretty solid. That's pretty solid stuff. Fortunately, rather than a whole bunch of women in, I guess that could still happen, but a bunch of women jumping on the bandwagon and saying, yeah, me too me too. He did the same thing to me. Got two women who have come out now and said, no, he's not like that. That's completely opposite of the man. I knew and know apparently they're still friends with them. Deborah Katz, who is the attorney for the woman accusing Brad Kavanagh of sexual assault. Said something quite interesting yesterday as well. Here's what the attorney for the accuser had to say. Perhaps you can help us fill in the blanks on some of her story. She says she was at a party in probably nine hundred eighty two in Montgomery County, Maryland. She says that there were four guys there. These are high school students as was she therefore guys there whether any girls there that day? Yes, there was. There was another girl at this part, yes. And has your client spoken to any of those other guys or that girl who could help corroborate her story? She's not. And why not? Is it time to do that. That's that's not her job to do that. If this is going to be investigated, it should be done by investigators. I who's so it's somebody else's job. She's the one making the accusation. Accuser has the burden of proof. She is an attorney and she saying it's not up to hurt a corroborate. I, I don't know, innocent till proven guilty. Is that not still a thing? So it's not Lutely up to your client to prove otherwise it used to be, but not anymore. When the change. I don't know about a year or two years ago. I think when we flip the calendar eighteen definitely in the metoo generation that the metoo movement stopped. All of that. All you have to do is accuse somebody in their guilty and they lose their life. I mean, not literally, but the life that they've enjoyed our livelihood. It's almost to the littoral almost almost. I mean, you might as well drawn quarter. These people. So it's not her job to corroborate. Okay. You would think though that somewhere along the line, somebody would have heard something to back up her story and seen scant little of that. So next Monday should be quite interesting. The investigators, somebody's got to go talk to these people. You would think somebody is going to have to try to corroborate this story the if there were, let's see, there were four women. No, there were two women and four guys at this party. So let's find him and let's ask him. What happened at this party. Does this sound familiar to you? Do you know about this. Because if it's if it's just her word against his, can you keep him out of the supreme court? Just a based on the accusation. I guess you can. I mean, look, what happened to judge Bork, look what they did to to Clarence Thomas. Even though he eventually got confirmed. It, it can get ugly and and probably will get even uglier. Yeah. How do you think I guess right now, how's this going to play out. If I had to guess, gotta guess I'd say he probably is confirmed. You think it goes to a vote and then he loses enough Republican votes. Yeah, but he doesn't get through. Yeah. Then what do you do if you hope I'm wrong on that? Although, you know, I'm kind of excited about the next person in line because I think it might be any Coney Barrett. And I'd rather it be her than judge Cavanaugh, but you know, they don't understand some of them do, but very few of them understand how good they have it with this nominee. I mean, this is the best you could expect under the circumstances, and some of them have doing the same kind of calculating with Trump, not thinking of Pence waiting in the wings. Right. Really, you want to impeach Trump. Okay. Then you're going to have a much more hard core conservative in a president far. So by what you wish for dims if you overplay your hands on these little political games of yours just might get it can be interesting for you. Just might get president pants, be okay with frankly. So I don't know. It's going to be interesting. We'll see what happens on on Monday as the hearing hosts both cavenaugh and the accuser. That should be quite a circus. And I'm, I'm sure they're probably tried to track down these people from the party right now. And certainly I've, I haven't heard anything from anybody there yet. And you would thought they would have already done some of this groundwork at. That's why Alison Cammarata asked about it. 'cause you would think she would have reached out to somebody who she knew was at the party and said, hey, you remember this incident. I'm gonna need your help here to backup my story. Now that's not her job. Don't worry about it triple eight, nine hundred thirty three ninety three. There was a bunch of people who got together to try to create. These are physicians not just people, but physicians who got together to form brickhouse nutrition because they wanted to design a product to enhance your health and help you reach your full potential. So they got together and after four brickhouse nutrition vacated field of greens, which is a real SuperFood and you can see that it's an actual food because right on the bottle are the nutrition facts. So to put it simply field of greens didn't go off the cliff with the rest of the industry. Just extract something they actually put together a real SuperFood and just one scoop field. 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I'm watching a budget stuff. Yeah. Okay. Alrighty. How many, how many different shows what I take. Wakai triple eight, nine hundred thirty three ninety three. So I guess it was a nice moment. Director proposed on stage. Here's what happened there. I'm really grateful to be here, but it's bittersweet. The person most proud at this moment would be my mom and she passed away just two weeks ago. My part of my heart is broken. I don't think it will ever be repaired, but she's in me and she always will be mom always believed in finding the sunshine and things. And she adored my girlfriend, Jan Jan. You are the sunshine in my life and mom was right, don't ever let go of your sunshine. You wonder why? I don't like to call you my girlfriend because I wanna call you my wife. This is the ring that my dad put on my mom's finger sixty five sixty seven years ago and to my sisters and brothers. I didn't swipe dad knows I have it. Okay. Jan wanna put this rang that my mom were on your finger in front of all these people and fun of my mom in your parents watching from above. Will you marry me. Say, what do you think? What do you think dot, if you were the last person on earth? I mean, come on, you've got a moat you got meal pattern baldness going on. Kind of have a goofy voice at? No, I'm sorry. I can't. I. That would drive me out of my own mind. The rest of my life. I'm not doing. We're never getting married. 'cause I got. Well, no, that is true. That is true. We're not so to you this in front of everybody. But yeah, it's can't work between us Keith. So that was actually a really nice moment. That was that was cool ban, no shoutout to how bad Trump is or Kavanagh's child molester or any of that stuff. He just he just did his thing that was nice. Nice. Okay. Sure. I guess. I mean, you don't think that was nice. Sure. Was. Unfairness to the audience. I'm kind of reeling right now because you just broke my heart on national radio because you just rebuffed me and so broken right now. But now that was cute. I mean, was wake up next to him and they're going to be happy. I'm so happy for them. Yeah, me too. So as well done, he did an excellent did. It was funny. It was sweet. It was a nice moment. Winner of the outstanding comedy, the nominees were Atlanta, berry black ish, curb your enthusiasm glow. The marvelous MRs Mazel Silicon Valley and unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. I haven't seen a single second of any of those. Have you seen any of them actually have seen a single second of Atlanta because there's a fun clip where just clip up one of the characters racing, Michael Vick and a parking lot. And it's very funny, marvelous. MRs Mazel was the big winner. I'm just hearing great things about that. Maybe don't give that a try. Also outs. Sanding drama series went to as everybody knew it would game of thrones game of thrones Handmaid's tale, stranger things the Americans. This is us and Westworld. I've actually seen strange things, and this is a big fan of this, like everybody that mentioned says, I would love it. I got to watch it was really good. It's really, it's a little depressing heartstrings time show. Yeah, it is to the point where I was like, okay, if you cry, I've had enough. Did you cry. Remember they'll get a camera and tell us, did you don't remember? Okay. Don't remember thinking off me, Hillary Clinton ladies and gentlemen right here. Okay. I don't know if I ever may have my eyes may have watered at some point. I don't know, but they do that all the time. They're doing it right now. Don't you not right now? Not while we're on the air. Outstanding limited series. The nominees were the alienist. The assassination of Gianni Versace Chee. Genius Picasso godless, Patrick Melrose. And of course, the winner was the assassination of Johnny for sake. That looked like it might be a good a good series, but I didn't see I am so out of touch. I don't recognize any of those five. You just said the only one? I because they ran such a heavy schedule promoting the assassination of Gianni Versace he's I mean, sauve the previews that over and over and over, but it did look pretty good. What are you seeing those on question? Where are you seeing even previews? It's good question because I, I'm not explained the stuff and I watch a couple of shows so you'd think than what, but they sell ad space in like Hulu and stuff and they could be promoting shows, I would think anyway, outstanding variety, talk series. The nominees full-frontal was Samantha b. Are you kidding me that got nominated for an EMMY? She's awful analyzer. Jimmy Kimmel live. Last week tonight with John Oliver, the daily show with Trevor Noah. His pathetic. I mean to go from from John Stuart, whose act got really old, I think. But still, you know, he's a funny guy. He's pretty talented to this guy who's got zero talent. John has some good stuff out there though. Yeah, it's a hormone every night. I think we've played some clips of him the late show with James corden and the late show with Stephen Colbert. Actually, John John Oliver was the winter. He's he's the hip new thing right now. He's everybody kinda digs him outstanding variety sketch series at home with Amy sedaris. Never heard of it. Drunk history. Never heard of it. I love you America ever heard of it. Portland, DEA Saturday Night Live and the Tracey Ullman show and Saturday Night Live was your winter was a nod. Terrific on Trump every night. That's all that was. Yeah, I'm sure, I'm sure, because is it really actually funny? No, because actually it hasn't been funny to watch it in back to being bad. Again. It hasn't been funny since nineteen seventy six. Home. My good nineteen. Yeah, sir. Outstanding reality. Competition series. The amazing race, American ninja warrior actually like that. Stupid show. It's ridiculous, but I like it. Project runway rupaul drag race, top chef and the voice. Of course it went to rupaul repulsed drag race one because they're so inclusive now and that was the big deal. Oh, you're all inclusive now supportive of one another. And this is the most diverse presentation ever in the history of the world. Okay, I got it. Thank you. So anyway, they congratulated themselves all night long and and those are your winners triple eight, nine hundred thirty. Three Ninety-three do we have the do we have the video where Beto is talking about banning assault, weapons. I don't see that on the sheet that some. Okay. Did I not send that in? I didn't see it. When did you send that? I don't know. I thought I did last night and check your boxing, we're going to. We're going to look into that though because Beto Beto is talking about banning bump stocks and banning assault rifles like the air fifteen because its only purpose so sick here in this, it's only purpose. It's created for one thing and one thing only and that's killing human beings. No, no, it isn't. First of all, every gun every gun could fit that description because every gun can kill human beings, handguns kill human beings far more than rifles, do four more than assault rifles. Check and see what's killing all of these people in Chicago every weekend and Baltimore New Orleans and everywhere else that you've got gun control. But people somehow keep killing others with guns. So he wants he wants, he wants the air fifteen band. He wants, of course. The universal healthcare system. He wants universal college education to be funded by the government. How can this guy be within thirty points of Ted Cruz? We should try to get again by the way he shouldn't. He shouldn't even. This is Texas. He should be running in California or Massachusetts, not Texas sick, sickening that the eye on this area were fluent folks live. There's some suburbs that we drive through. There's signs everywhere. Unbelievable. I was driving through self southlake down the main, the main street and south like they had this gigantic Beto sign. I'm like, okay. Do you realize you people have no wealth? If this guy gets into office, he's gonna do damned us to take it from you. You got to dry gambling government, socialist policy guy, and and an anti second amendment guy. And he's he's within striking distance of Ted Cruz in Texas. It's madness. I, it's unbelievable. It's unbelievable triple eight, nine hundred thirty three ninety three. Pat gray, the lace radio network. Pat gray returns on the blaze radio network, triple eight, nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three Wayne in California. Hi, you're on the blaze. How you doing today? Doing good. Good. I just wanted to let you know how great you guys are just I've only been watching about three weeks and I've been and I was on. I've been watching box and I watch. I never watched CNN and. But I just wanted to let you know. Was whipping through the channels one day and the blaze came up and I didn't even know our TV cable even had it and got on. And I've been watching you. You come on at a good time because you come on, I get up. And you, you guys are the greatest. I really, really appreciate the the, the content that you guys have and everything, and it's refreshing to have a different view of things, and I just wanted to call let you know how great that are like your show. Well, appreciate it very much. When we're glad you found us. Thanks for the Ken. Yep. I understand. You're from Montana. I am. Yep. Yeah, I'm from Callow spell. Oh, wow. That's beautiful territory. Yeah, my dad, my dad was born and raised there. I was. I was born and left when I was about six, seven years old. And now where in California do you live? Oh God. Anyway. I hate California, but anyway, I live in northern California which is actually outside of Sacramento going east to like if I was going to go to Reno. Okay. Well, the call thanks far cry from Callus bell Montana to to the bay area of California big difference. In theory, what's what's the crime rate differential between Cal spell and Helena, though? It's humongous. Yeah, cal- calm those no crime in in callous bell. And of course being streets, you know, the death. Destruction that happened there so we won't even get into it because it just brings back. Since me to the UCS to start crying I might. I might as possible tearful day for pet. Yeah, it's frightening stuff, triple eight, nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three all right, we have. I think we have an old of Beto who's talking about this is an old clip. I don't know of in the last three or four or five, six months of like that where he's talking about the the assault weapon ban now I don't. I don't know where I saw the other thing. It must have been a fever dream because it seemed like it was just yesterday and we can't find it. Wait a minute. You're having dreams about bettle Rourke. Apparently. Yes. Apparently in the world, crappy -treme saying it's a good dream just saying it must have been one because I can get find it. Tell me he's not a sitting Senator in that dream. No, he's not. No? Okay. So here he is talking about an assault weapons ban. This guy's trying to win election in Texas. How is this possible check this out? That we should raise the age for buying a York fifteen hundred something we should be selling a or fifteen in this country that weapon designed one purchase and one purpose only people as efficiently as possible, no field. It has no place in our streets in our schools are concerts and our movie theaters. We should not be selling that two civilians and in terms of arming teachers, I've been listening to teachers in Texas and they won't have the Okasan teaching the kids in their classrooms, not carrying weapons. When police officers a thirty, one percent hit rate, meaning that sixty nine percent of the time, they don't hit their intended target. Those teachers telling me they're not sure that they're going to be able to be that much more accurate or successful schools, making sure that all jurors are long than locked from the inside restricting entrance and exit. All those things make a lot more sense in addition to a lot more getting smart on gun safety, universal background. Okay. We, we Berkeley have universal background checks. I mean, I'm so tired of hearing them babble that same nonsense and it's it's only design is for the most effective efficient. Killing of people ask anybody who uses the air fifteen. That's just not true. It's just it's not the case. He doesn't doesn't know what he's talking about again. How can this guy be within thirty points of Ted Cruz? I don't understand it. A series is because young. And he's got a pretend Hispanic name. What is it about this guy? I think it's the music on bet though. Events maybe is it because he's a former punk rocker when he was a kid. He's a terrific Qatar. Issed we know that not to be true. That should cost him vote? Yes. I mean, it somebody actually asked, and of course you know, this was coming to work will be in the rock and Roll Hall of fame before this. Right. Listen to that. I'm not sure guitars, even June. Qatar. Sounds more like a ukulele. Right. Here they kick into gear right now. It's still bad, really bad. Listen. Your retard. He can't. Even to retard. You're gonna put him in office in the US Senate come on now. It can't happen. It just can't happen. No. And to say nothing of the universal healthcare stuff and the free college education plan and I don't. I'm not sure if he's on board with the Alexandria Cossio Cortes. Everybody has guaranteed job at a certain income and housing, but her entire package is forty trillion according to the liberal sites. What do you think? What do you think the actual figure? It's gotta be double that. I'll bet it's I'll bet it's more like eighty trillion dollars over ten years. Are you going to pay for it? Well, we're the richest country in the world. This is the bridges wealthiest country in in the history of the world. We, we can do it every other country on the world in the world can do this. Why can't we. She's. I, oh, it hurts bad. It hurts. Oh, I did see it's at crew sign though. Pop up just outside my neighborhood. I, that's really weird because I saw as soon as I come out of my neighborhood, the house I'm looking at across the street, just put a crusade. Well, that's cute. So we might be neighbors just care. They don't even know. Wow, didn't realize you live out near New Mexico with me. I don't actually quite a long commute. Well, yeah. So it's like our backs are against the wall. It's like, oh, I guess we better start saying something go, Ted, go, I don't know. Maybe that's why maybe people are just starting to realize, okay, it's it's a tight race and people need to be reminded, hey, Ted Cruz. Remember he's our Senator and needs to stay that way. Yeah. Also the democrat hypocrites. Are have have gotten a nice little reminder here. It's really kind of fun to amid a woman's Allah Gatien's supreme court. Nominee Brad Kavanagh groped her when they were teenagers thirty six years ago, Democrats are jumping on the development saying, the judges confirmation vote should be delayed. Democrat, dick Durbin was among them. The Illinois lawmaker added of familiar declaration that we must all listen to sexual assault survivors and regardless of the age of those involved or win the alleged attack, took place. So interestingly, there's a woman who kind of tested him on that. And her name is Juanita broaddrick who won eat abroad, Rick. She's been issuing a sexual assault allegation against Bill Clinton for, I don't know twenty five years now took it, but his word Democrats and those of their ilk sometimes have a tough time getting riled up when one of their own is accused of sexual assault. And that's, of course been so obvious when it comes to Bill Clinton and Broderick, accused him of raping her when he was attorney general in Arkansas. Hillary Clinton dismissed broddrick and Kathleen Willey and Paula Jones. It dish in then CBS news, anchor. Dan rather offered the following thoughts in one thousand nine hundred nine. He was talking to Don Imus at the time. About why NBC news may have been declining to air broddrick. They're nervous about number one, whether this information is accurate, whether it's really true or not while since when is that important. Wow. And then number two, even if it does turn out to be true, it happened a long time ago and number three, they've got to be figuring maybe just maybe the American public has heard all they want to hear about this and are saying, you know, next, let's move onto the next thing. When I'm said, he'd heard broddrick had hoped for hers had hoped her story went away this week, rather replied, well, let's hope she gets her way with that. Jeez, so they don't wanna hear anything about Juanita broaddrick or Kathleen Willey or Pala Jones. Or any of the myriad women who were assaulted by Bill Clinton that they don't wanna know anything about it, but all my, let's let's bring this woman to the front and find out, you know her story from thirty six years ago that she never shared with anybody's supposedly until two thousand twelve. She didn't tell a single soul on earth until two thousand twelve. It's it's pretty amazing, triple eight, nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three meal in Arizona. You're on the blaze. Hi. Hey, Howdy. God bless, hey, you know, Beto. I'm rush to and I went by Bernard after the magnificent seven, but he's got a point of that. We shouldn't have these farms at shoot rapidly. So if he wins, and of course all the Democrats that have these bodyguards service in private paid for by tax payer money. Let's disarm them put them to have having just revolver single shot shotgun. Yeah, maybe shooting. Remember books so Clinton's Obama's no automatic weapons around, you know what's have equal opportunity. I was used a accidentally because they lied to me the state of California, and I gave them a lot of information and they use that me. Sorry for men. Every fire I'm developed for military and sporting. They were both back developed for the civilians. When we had our constitution written, we're supposed to be people. The government are better right better. Beto, hey, if you win those secret service get the guard was anything, but maybe a rubber. But what. Shit it. Thanks Neil, and you know, they'd never go for that and that that applies to Beto and all the Democrats who are all about gun control. And Michael Bloomberg who's actually been challenged on that, hey, we got a bunch of armed people around you at all times. Why can't American citizens VR armed just the hypocrisy and the stupidity of these people's monumental. And you know what? Americans love their guns. We love the constitution. It's it's enshrined in our constitution that it's okay for us to keep him bear arms. But if you if you watched video of an actual firefight, there is one thing clear, the fear and the chaos. That ensues, it makes hitting the target difficult for even the most seasoned professional. So that's why you need to practice all the time. And I talked pro allows you to do that. I target pros a system that uses your smartphone and their proprietary app, and that tracks a caliber specific laser that fits into your firearm. 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Robert Francis went full comic because he realized he isn't the next Kurt Cobain. So what are you gonna do if you're not the next Kirk Oban you're gonna fall full commie right? Also for Mike hermit. Okay. Mr. gory. Now you've hit a rough patch with me. 'Sound SNL has not been good since nineteen seventy six. I think you've forgotten the early eighties, Eddie Murphy and Billy crystal or the early nineties. Yeah, that Farley. Yeah. Hartman there was okay off and on off and on. All right. Well, my also send us some t shirts pretty style. Yeah. He's the one that sent this. Yeah. Look at that. Torius RV. So great. It will be totally wearing Nike. Very cool. Modeled if you want to check get out on Twitter at angry, Keith. So I've already put it on, but it fits great. Thank you, Mike. Okay. So you weren't wearing something Lacey underneath it or anything, right? No, I say for all right, good. Private chat channel. Okay, perfect. Triple eight, nine hundred thirty three ninety three. Elon Musk revealed the passenger for the trip to the moon. They're not gonna go to the moon, but they're going to go around the dark side of it back. So I guess it's a week, long trip kind of cool. Some Japanese billionaire. Yes, Sokha will maze. Allie Mesalla will be the first man to fly on a SpaceX rocket. Proximate -ly seven-day trip around the moon, and it could happen as early as twenty twenty three. He plans to bring six to eight other artists along with him. Nobody will say how much it's cost, but they think it's, you know, somewhere in the millions each. So he'll be the first lunar traveler since the US Apollo missions in nineteen seventy two when they stopped doing it. And he says, ever since I was a kid, I love the moon. My this is my lifelong dream. He, I guess he owns Japan's largest online fashion mall. He's the eighteenth richest person in Japan. He has a fortune of three billion, so he's got some money to spread around. Sounds like it be kind of cool. Would you do this if you had the money? I think I would, although it's, I call this kind of risky. I I don't know that I'm fully confident in Elon Musk right now, and maybe I should, but I, I don't know that I know that's a good point. Trust him with my life for a week, long trip to the moon around the moon back. I don't know. I don't know. I don't know why if it was NASA because they've already done it. You know, but there's, you know, you got a government agency. Record show great trust the government more Dave fry Zayd. Did it already? They did, then I saw them do it, isn't this what we want, though we, yes, it is business getting more involved because they should do this. So rough start, but the Wright brothers were start and look at air travel today. It's good there. We can eventually is it good traveled today faster? Say it's good. I mean, especially when you have the middle seat in two guys have showered if you wanna be felt up at the airport, it's I don't frankly want that so that some people do. I mean Jeffey Jeffey. Got, yeah. Obviously, if you go to Jeffey the natural thing to do. Got to train them up for the pedophile government. Where are the men by the way? Where are the men boy, triple eight, nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three Howard in Vermont, you're on the blaze high. Yeah, near comment about Beto and his assault rifle things. You know, I'm getting so tired of in referring to it as salt rifle, that's not what the are is. No, it's not. It's armalite is our light rifle right? And you know it was created by the armalite company as a sporting rifle, and, oh, you're saying it was. It was created just to specifically kill human beings. What. And and the after a couple of years, military thought, oh my gosh, that's really great. We should have that. Yep. And they ended up selling a rights if I remember correctly to Springfield to make it for the military. That's a great rifle, and, and you're right, they, I do think they've, they believe the stands for assault rifle, but also they love to call it that because it sounds scary. It makes it makes sound like a weapon of death and so they'll, they'll never call it. You know, a hunting rifle don't. They'll never sit because that doesn't sound bad. Appreciate the call. Thanks Howard, but they specifically use the language they do for a reason because they're trying to get a reaction from people. They're trying to get an emotional reaction out of out of all the people who don't know any better. It works. Simple as that Hector in Texas, you're on the blaze high. Hey, how are you guys doing good. The reason I'm calling rather, is that a better because said that I'll. Hassle. One of the cities in the nation. Right? And I think you were the one that set it up a week or so ago. I don't know about the city and the nation, but we are city for for them on the people that we have here. But we also have a fence. It's twenty miles south, of course through l. pass on into New Mexico. Yeah. Well, that's. And we're now 'cause that's, that's that city. Mexico that's connected to is not a safe. So you want that. Toast? Yeah, I I haven't been to Mexico and since o five anyway. But I think a cruise, shoot that of the Senator shoot pushing a roken that because when I when crumbles money, he he aerobics that or Francis. That we needed. We didn't need offense. And now I think you said it last week being the safest city when he's going to run with that, we are the safest because of the wall or the fence that we have going through. Appreciate it. Thanks actor. It got safer when when you put up the fence? Yes. Same thing happened in Israel by the way you do. Do you remember time when in Israel you'd have you'd have o. 'terrorist blowing up on school buses and in restaurants and at Russia, Shana dinners. And. And you had. I mean, it was almost a daily occurrence for a while. Then they put up the fence and decreased the violence in Israel by ninety eight percent. I mean, it's amazing what a difference. It does make. And by the way, yes, El Paso is somewhat safe. It's still the thirteenth safest in Texas. You can't say it's one of the safest in the country, what it's only thirteenth in in the state of Texas only fourteen maybe fifteen cities in in in Texas to begin with. Right? So it's probably under the snow a couple more. Oh, okay. A couple more. No, so that's good. Congratulations. Keep your solutions local Beto. Yeah. It's just his effort to try to stop everything Trump wants to do. So if that's if that's John vote for the guy, but I don't think that's what Texans want. Triple eight, nine hundred thirty three ninety three. Pat gray unleashed on the blaze radio network. Pat grade is here on the blaze radio network. Finally, officially time to ban Sean Penn from Hollywood and the planet probably. He said something kind of negative about the metoo movement. Is that is that legal? No, it's not. Boy. It is not my friend on it. Now. Okay. The thing is nobody. No one wants anything, but respect equality for women. Right? I mean, we're all pretty clear on that, I think, but it's also time to admit that this movement is a little out of control. Sean Penn took exception to the idea that the strong female characters on his new show were inspired by the metoo movement. During an interview, he's starring alongside and tasha Mackel, hone in a new Hulu series called the first which is about a mission to Mars in the year twenty thirty. Actually sounds pretty good about that and includes several female astronauts and female president. Mackel Hoed said it was informed by the metoo movement pen disagreed. I'd like to think that none of it was influenced by what they call the metoo movement. I think it's influenced by the things that are developing in terms of the empowerment of women who've been acknowledging each other and being acknowledged by men is terrible. No. However, he went on to criticize the metoo movement as a whole questioning, whether it was actually a movement at all in pointing to it as a source of division in society. Oh, no. This is a movement that was largely shouldered by kind of receptacle of the salacious. We don't know what's fact in many of the cases. True. I, my guess is a lot of his friends have been accused of stuff salacious is as soon as you call something movement, that's really a series of many individual accusers victims accusations. Sip of which are and founded, oh, man, you can't say that Shawn the spirit of what has been the metoo movement is to divide men and women. That is fascinating. He referenced personal conversations. He's had with women who he knows when he talks about the issue behind closed doors, they exhibit commonsense and nuance that the media doesn't protray. I'm gonna say that women, I talk to not in front of the camera that I listened to of all walks of life that there's a common sense that is not represented at all. In the discussion when it comes to the media discussion of it that it's Shen where if Sean Penn says this so and so's going to attack him for saying this because of that he's, I mean, he still that's pretty bold and it's it's true. So he says he remained skeptical of the metoo movement. I don't want it to be a trend, and I'm very suspicious of movement to gets glommed onto in great stridency and rage and without nuance. And even when people try to discuss it in a nuanced way, the nuanced self is attacked. It's the best thing Sean Penn's ever said. His co-star disagrees though. Oh, no. Here we go. Yeah, game on despite Penn strong feelings. Co-star Mackel on doesn't share his opinion. We talked about it a great deal on the set of the I, I think what Sean was maybe alluding to is this sort of bubble actors or people who were in magazines that have gotten a lot of tension from this. Than they make sense? No, I think I think Sean Penn is right. It's, I don't know that I've ever said that before in my life. I don't think I've ever uttered a sentence like that that Sean Penn is right, but he is about this movement and it is getting so ugly that two of the me two stars are at each other each other's throats. One is suing the other for libel or defamation or something. Fattening my well, yeah. Our Gento Asia are gentle threatened, rose McGowan with legal action. If she doesn't retract claims that she made regarding the bombshell report that are Gento allegedly has sex with actor Jimmy Bennett when he was seventeen and then paid him off to keep quiet, dear rose McGowan the Italian actress posted to Twitter. It is with genuine regret that I'm giving you twenty four hours to retract an apologize for the horrendous lies made against me in your statement of August twenty seven. If you've failed to address this liable, I will have no option other than to take immediate legal action. These are two of the metoo movements, biggest leaders founders basically, yeah. The two they kind of are the two founders of it. Now they had a fierce friendship when they both came forward to claim that they were sexually. Victimized by Harvey Weinstein. Both of them have been vocal supporters of the movement since. But things change in August. When are gentle was accused of acting in Weinstein fashioned by paying off Bennett and alleged victim of her own three hundred eighty thousand dollars. First of all, she denied any relationship with Bennett. Then she admitted to the payment which she said was made by her late boyfriend, Anthony, bourdain. And texts and photos to prove that they did have a sexual relationship. There's a photo of them in bed together and it looks like they're naked. You only see their shoulders up, but it looks like they're naked. And they're clearly in bed. There's a pillow behind him on their heads could have been making a fort. We all know that perhaps yeah, thirty seven year old a seventeen year old. We're making a four together. You're right, Keith happens all the time. Well, I don't know how many of you made exaggerate. I don't have all the time, but it's probably more razor free. Come on. It's all for a man and woman to get together and just build a four, four. I mean, I'm trying to touch on your wife done that. I mean, I can't even think of all the time we've done that. What built a Ford together? The fort in a bed. No, you know, sometimes in the living room or build a fort. Yeah, I was just going with the pillow and now you're saying, oh, the bad has to be involved. Got it. Okay. Yeah, yeah, no, there's something going on there was. So our Gento said in a text message, I had sex with him. It felt weird. Okay. Take come on. Yeah. What can you draw from that that she had sex with him and it felt weird. Look if you want to be Mr.. Literal PAN's. Got it. I didn't know he was a minor until the shakedown letter. I wasn't a love this line. I wasn't raped, but I was frozen. He was on top of me after he told me he I had been sexual fantasies since he was twelve. Okay. She's thirty seven years old. He's seventeen. That's not even the legal age. So it's already statutory rape on her part. She was frozen. You're frozen. That mean it wasn't a good time for anybody. Barely. I just. You don't hear she is. She victimized this kid, but now she's trying to be the victim. Why? Because we'll it's kind of embarrassing. Now she's paid him off and that she's the leader of the organization that is after men for doing this with women. After initially asking the public to be gentle with her pal are Gento when the report was first made public McGowan later made the statement in support of rain dove, whose rained an asteroid Gento to be the person you wish Harvey could have been. And I think that's what set Asia Gento off Asia. You're my friend, I loved you. You've spent and risked a lot to stand with the metoo movement. I really hope you find your way through this process to rehabilitation betterment. Anyone can be better. I hope you can be to do the right thing beyond us beef air, let Justice stay its course, be the person you wish Harvey could have been. Good advice. Just a clue you in here. I know you were just kind of acting for the audience, rain dove, do Baluyevsky. Okay. Is an American model actor and activist dove non gendered pronouns. Yeah. Well, is best known for of prefers non gender pronouns? Yes. Listen to the sentence dove who prefers non gender pronouns is best known for their work in subversive fashion. No, it's not there. It's either him or it's her. You can't be their best known for their work and said, I fashioned posing as male and female models and photo shoots productions in runway. They're actually using the insecure form now so that they can eliminate him in her. They is becoming now a singular form. I, what are we going to do with French? Didn't we talk about this last week? What are they going to do with French when almost everything in that language is him or her? Everything is male and female, Lu or LA everything. You. Conjugate everything into into male or female adjectives and pronouns, Spanish of the same way verbs all of it. So you're gonna have to eliminate the entire French and maybe Spanish language. Put it pass this society to do that. Languages every go to have to change the meaning of words like they in English because they is plural for the love of heaven. You can't refer to a single person as they. I mean it, how are we going to teach English to anybody? You know it was fun. You know. Run over. That's right. Freedom thing. Yeah, and free speech lets fun for two hundred forty one years. Two hundred and forty two kinda stinks. We got in at the end here darn it because I would've liked the, you know, a little bit more time with with with our freedoms, but. Man. So anyway, happy Tuesday to you. Just a darn shame though about Asia are Gento and rose McGowan to besties who just aren't besties any more. I guess this is one of about two sue. The other one unless has rose apologized. She had twenty four hours to do that, and I don't think she did least. I haven't seen it. You get a deadline on that? Yeah, my gosh, yes. You said you got twenty four hours to volun- retract it or I start action against you. Wow. Okay. 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A guy who really knows how to spark your Konomi. The potentially next governor of your great state is proposing just that to really, really kick things into high gear. That's isn't that wonderful. So this socialist who is running this Gillam who's running against Rhonda Santa's and actually has a lead on him. Wants to take Florida's Florida's current top marginal corporate tax rate is five and a half percent, half a point lower than neighboring Georgia and a full point lower than Alabama. Republicans are already highlighting the proposal as a stark difference between gillum and Santa's. He wants to raise it to seven and three quarters percent from five and a half percent to seven and three quarters percent. By Justin, our state corporate tax level to a modest, modest, seven point, seven, five percent, which allows our richest corporations receive a tax cut and keeps our corporate tax rate more than one percent lower than California. Yeah, but you're competing with Alabama and Georgia and the states in the southeast competing with California. We'll be able to recoup at least a billion dollars and put it where we need it most investing in our future. Are you factoring in what you're gonna lose by companies leaving you? Right? I me- what an idiot, these people are so stupid. They're so bad. This Gillam. This is okay. Yeah, he's going to be awesome for Florida is actually in the, I can't believe he leads to Santa's. I don't know if it's because to Santa has been so lane in his campaign because he's actually pretty good, but he's just a Trump cultist. It looks like you know, if you're to judge by his ad campaign, where all does is. Spew Trump 'isms. I don't know that that helped him at all because how in Florida could the socialist be ahead of the conservative by four points? How's it possible? I don't know. It's it's really pretty frightening and good luck in Florida. If if you elect this guy because it's not going to be good for you triple eight, nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three coming up in a few minutes. We've got chewing the fat with Jeffy. We'll have to ask him about this because in a visit last weekend to the all you can eat buffet at running sushi in Atlanta, the Varia. He ate close to one hundred plates of sushi apparently and was kicked out of the all you can eat buffet. Simpson action going on there or jiffy action. I mean, it's an all you can eat buffet. How can you not let the guy eat all he can then? No, they kicked him out because he had close to a hundred plates of sushi. I can't imagine having a place. Have you had crab legs or or pizza or whatever. I mean, that's gross in of itself right there. The owner said he eats for five people that is not normal. Well, yeah, but you've got an all you can eat buffet. You can't call it that. And then stop the guy from eating only can eat way. Did he just basically say that twenty plates per person is normal, I guess. Oh, I guess. So I guess this guy apparently wasn't actually Jeffey somebody named brow ski and he has a special diet. He doesn't eat for twenty hours, and then he eats tell full at the restaurant that meant eating a hundred plates of sushi in one evening. So the owner found his eating habits too expensive for his business, and the chef and the owner of the restaurant personally told him these now prohibited from returning when I went to the checkout, I wanted to tip, but the waiter did not want to accept that. Whoa. Instead, he was discreetly told by the restaurant's owner and chef. I'm banned from now on because I'm eating too much. I was stunned. That actually happened over Simpson on episode of the really. Yeah, that's funny. So it's life imitating art. Yeah, so but brow ski is one hundred seventy two centimeters and weighs seventy nine kilograms. Nobody knows what is he an inch tall is eighty five feet high. Does he weigh four thousand pounds or or twenty two ounces? I don't know. I mean there's no right? No way to know. There's no way to know when they do this. I don't know why they do this, but they do just a piss you off. He feels he works off his mountainous hunger, keeping his body fat, less than ten percent. As should be. He says, it's been a regular guest at running shoe sushi also eating generous portions of sushi though it was not until his last and hungriest visit that the restaurant drew the line. You draw the line hundred plates of sushi. They had some. I feel tolerance level there. Yeah, they did. So what's guy's name, brow skiing, brow ski. Okay. So chewing the with Bobrovsky coming up here in just a moment on the Pat gray unleashed. Graham. Oh, man. It's good stuff right there. We should find out how I wish there were a way to know how tall right one hundred seventy nine centimeters. Seven hundred seventy two centimeters. You really wanna know yes and seventy nine kilograms. Okay. For look into that. So he's five foot seven only five seven right. Okay. Sixty seven inches. Right? And seventy. Nine kilograms is how much does he weigh how many kilograms seventy? Nine thirty nine kilograms. Hundred seventy four pounds. Well, he's he's not that van and yeah, he's not that big. Okay, hang on. Not that big chewing Jeffy. At least. That's amazing that a guy that small can eat like that is impressive hundred plates of sushi. Well, vomit after one one of those little things I had one by I would have won by thank you and it would be over they would. They would make their money Bobrovsky. Here's kind of a fascinating study too. I love it when this happens because we're always told that science knows everything, and then it turns out maybe not so much. Do you know that doctors have found there is no evidence of a link between high levels of bad cholesterol and heart disease. That is unbelievable. Give it three weeks. They'll change the study back and with this claim a number of leading cardiologists, say statins taken by millions of people to tackle cholesterol. Don't have any benefit. So you're paying all that money. You're wasting all that time. You're putting that stuff in your body again and it's not doing anything for you. Just the drugs won't treat heart disease. They say, high bad cholesterol levels don't necessarily to heart disease seventeen physicians across the world appear to have dispelled the theory that there are links between having high l. d. l. c. levels known as bad cholesterol and fatty deposits clogged arteries. There's there's no link. Does 'cause it then. Wow, that's amazing. That is amazing, salt cholesterol. What else have we heard lately that everything you ever believe has been turned upside down? Didn't be eggs, right? So so eggs, right. A big thing, fried foods, right. So we can go and have all the sushi we want. Apparently I guess, I guess so if you wanted it frankly, don't thinks Nico in California. Hi, you're on the blaze that you're not being taken care of properly. They're being abused by the swamp here in California. The use of the of the of. Of our city and the rest of his people are not helping veterans, and we're asking back in the rest of you to send a rescue team to rescue some of these veterans that are in a swamp still that are in the swamps Ville. Swamp swamp swamp California, the or the or the the, the Marxist star you know. And in fact hasn't hasn't responded to me. I know vaccine LA right now, but he won't respond to me. So so I'm, I'm touring you do make a peel to bring some some rescue to veteran. That's been in fourth schools for many years now, hang on a second. We'll get information from you. Nick Lloyd don't fully know the story there Gordon in Florida. Hi, you're on the blaze. Hey, Pat, hey, I wanted to comment on the forty governor race. I actually in Florida, but I, I personally kill them to win and reason being. My political mistake of. Took our deficit or our budget and turns it black by cutting Pinson phones. And you know, technically raises and things like that. In the state of Florida, we have a very healthy rate, go to government employees and things like that. And you know socialist. Being conservative years. I don't think he had the chance. The handout and things like that. I think it's gonna be interesting, but disaster for Florida, wouldn't it? I mean, that would be an absolute disaster. Appreciate the call. Thanks, Gordon frightening though. I mean absolutely frightening. You imagine if he wins in Florida's governor and then bedouins and Texas. Oh, haired grey only on the blaze radio network. At gray. It's time for two in the fat with Jeff, by the way the on the lookout for chew on the fat, extra fatness double XL. Coming up debut in October. Fuck Toby. I yes, daily coming at you during the afternoons. Just look for it. Go ahead and rate and review, subscribe k, it'll be there for you. We're looking forward to it now. Excited. I'm excited about it and I kind of liked the chewing, the fat. Extra fat. No, that's not what I was. Oh, you don't. You're going for extra fat. There's extra fat to chew. It's not just a half hour of it. It's it's a full show of. You know what I'm saying? I got a Monday. And this is something folks can download daily podcast gonna ask you cool. So is there a certain time every day that folks can look for it for twenty to thirty. Eastern four twenty to thirty. Yeah, that's good. If it's not there at four twenty to thirty, you know, wait. After every every gotta be after this is you'll be doing didn't hear correct? Yes. So the room you'll be in so we'll write make room for you. Yeah, your shows over when we feel like you're still. When we feel like what's your shows over the studio anymore, bro, Jeff, did you. Did you hear the story about the buffet? All you can eat buffet. Odors really took me off. Right? All you can eat means all that's happened before and. We'll see. I don't wanna. I don't wanna go down the. I don't wanna go down the racist trail, right? But it does seem to happen a lot with oriental restaurants that say, all you can eat all you can eat. All you can eat until they decide that you've had. That's what it should say, say until we think you've had enough. Well, this guy isn't even a big fat guy. He's like five, seven one seventy four. Yeah, it sounded like he's on well downs bodybuilder though. Well, he sounded like he's on the diet that many of us around the intermittent fasting diet. Many of us are on that. Many of us are fast where you, you know, you eat fast fast. Well, it's not called. I dunno eating time between lunch and dinner. Fasting do a little bit longer periods between the. Okay. All right. Yeah, don't. It's not like every hour. Okay. Wait a few hours waiting twenty twenty. Look, what's the joke? I remember the old cartoon years ago where the the guy at the all you can eat counter with the, you can eat signed behind him on the phone, and there's this huge, big fat lady standing in front of the counter and the caption is battle stations. I mean that those days are gone, right? Those days are gone. It's it's battle stations until we've decided, you know what we've had enough. Yeah, that's for you to go. Yeah, and that's just wrong. It is wrong. Has just wrong either all you can eat or it's not. Yeah, and tell me, I'm okay with with telling me, you know, look, we get eighteen plates. You could say, yeah, you could say all you can eat up to twenty plates of sushi, whatever or all you can eat up to ten, whatever it is. If you, I mean, you could put a lot of food, ten plates, right? Can put a little bit. Hundred of them. Hundred plates of sushi. That's due its distance sushi. Yeah, that's that's a lot. That is a lot, but still it's all you, I paid. Do you meet it or don't paid? I'm here be here. All you can eat. I didn't leave right. It's kind of it's kind of false advertising. Yeah, definitely is. It's also speaking of false advertising national cheeseburger day, and I expect twos Burs to be your well, that's interesting. You should mention. I think they're waiting for us up front, but you know, you could've swum by what. Next time, maybe it's fish. To celebrate. I tell you talking about Kevin, although really where we're at in today's world, someone just sent me this on my social media feed, and I thought, poof, man, if that isn't true where we're at America today, and if you watching television, you'll see young man at a restaurant similar hooters and the caption reminds us that, sadly for this young man, he can never be a supreme court. Justice can never be political office at all anymore because she is holding a young man in the young man is has hand, yes. Has his hand play strategically. Just like every other young man in America does win held by young female that'll be discovered by Senate over it's gone. Being over. It's gone, have an ice buddy, and that's true. Pretty close is pretty darn close. Big last night. I know you're covered a little bit of the sure did on Twitter. Oh, great. Thank you for doing that for the rest of us. So they want to follow at Jeffey marae. RA. Last night he was, I enter. There's a couple of things that I actually enjoyed. It was not a lot of bashing all there wasn't that bad at all. I thought it was. No, it was not that bad. They toned it down quite a bit know few little inside jokes here and there, and you know, little things and a lot of things happened outside of the actual show, but show that aired was pretty tame, wasn't too bad at all. However, we do get news that you know, ten point two million viewers, the lowest ever coming lowest ever. That's pretty cool. I mean, they've been down quite a bit. I mean, you look at look at what they're talking about. Like in two thousand thirteen they had keep talking. We're celebrating national cheeseburger, fifteen, Laurie d. Twelve million viewers two thousand fourteen. They had eleven point eight. So it's been going down drastically a lot every year. The last two or three years and look. I mean it is about patting themselves on the back and there's only so many award shows we can have, but with the creation of Netflix, Hulu HBO. And now you know, all the other streaming services that are provided content. It's pretty big days for viewing on television. So I mean. And this now with with all the shows that net flicks has an all the shows that that they've had they didn't. I mean, Amazon and Hulu have won a best series EMMY not never left. Looks never wanted about series. I mean, that's pretty. That's pretty amazing walk. Right? I mean, they have so. Gave it thrones huge, right? You're gonna win this their last year. They go away. So you know, maybe that flex gets shot then with some of their shows and look, Netflix need an EMMY to be to say that we are great. No, no, they don't. I mean they've got they're putting billions of dollars on their originate HBO for the most EMMY ZOA last night. Yes, but not best series. Okay. Yes, yes, they did. So that's one. They lack is yes series. Yes. And you know, look, do they need that they were put on stranger things. Got nominated. Yeah, I didn't get it or to the actors. They Ozark was the actors? Yeah, not the actual series, which are you know they actually deserve that. Yeah. One of the things that really ticks me off about these award shows though is the shows like outstanding writing for a variety series. And you touched on this with Samantha, b being nominated, and you know, John Oliver one, but what kills me about the show. Os just watching people a little inside baseball, but we do shows here on this network with the staff of half a person, right one person. And you look at these series Samantha b. All right. All right. Puts on a thirty minute show once a week. Thirty minutes show. Yep. Once a week what's now? She's the show is nominated with along with eleven writers, right? John Oliver one, he puts on our show on HBO. Once a week once fourteen riders. That's amazing. Seth Meyer's late night. He doesn't show every night, right? So Seth is what an hour or half hour. I really don't know. I think it's probably now he has seventeen writers seventeen writers Saturday Night Live hour and a half once a week, right thirty. One writers. Hour and a half once a week. Thirty one riders co bear. That's an hour, right? Kobe's our one and that's everyday right? That's five. Five shows a week. He has twenty one writers. I mean, that is just it's incredible. That's criminal. Yeah. You want to talk about a waste of body, right? I mean, wow, and maybe it's not a waste of money because you know, maybe without those writers and then you have just Stephen baron and would be catastrophic. Let him do is own show with his own words. And let's see what happens. See what happened of mazing to me. These shows all the writers. It really is. I, you know, look, I'm not. I'm not padding anybody and talk RA. Well, yes, I am. I'm patting talk radio on the back right now because when you come talk radio and you listen, the hosts are on the air. I mean, they're lucky to have a producer. Yeah, they're lucky to have somebody answering phone calls because some Shoji aunt you your own darn calls while you're live on the air and you get what you get, and it's either good or bad, but it's there. That's right. You're laying out for the people. I mean, these shows Pat themselves on the back for being so good and funny, and I got news for you there. That's yeah, that's true. They're very Samantha. B came here when she filmed her thing. With glenn. I thought I thought we were filming a movie. I thought we were filming some sort of movie. She must have had thirty people at least at. Yeah, just to film a segment. Yeah, for thirty minutes show. Right. Oh, my gosh. And she came here claiming that, oh, I want to get along. Well, I wanna be. I wanna be a solution, not the problem really do. Okay. How'd that go? How'd that go. Favorites things that happened out the though was a video that did you know one of the co host. He did a thing. It was really funny. It was. He was a produced bit and it was called reparations EMMY and play a little bit of for. Here's a couple of minutes to the the whole bit was three or four minutes, but this is two minutes him giving reparations Emmys and it was pretty. It was pretty funny here you go. What he did was he found he found all the old actors that are African American four that have acted in sitcoms and comedies. You know, all through the years and he brought them to the screen and giving them reparation Emmys pretty funny. Me this again gives for like percents, reparations. And your role as Florence? The maid is the reason why I got five from every service job I've ever had. Thank you. Thank real Jimmy Walker. I can't. I can't believe one word for this stay. I'll say it is guy. No way you say of dynamite anymore aides, say Dame audit. Man character lane on. You actually go to college. Well, I'm glad you went to college. No, he didn't go to college. Live was the old black note. That evening down, that'd be no Kagame west. There'd be no. Oh, mama. I do that. Lassic lives from good. This is amazing. Work on Martin on. Everybody hates Chris. She was being the best sitcom actress. I've ever seen. Actually just say stolen from Bill Cosby. Nobody and Bryan Cranston six breaking bed sitting at a little outdoor rose tenant. Anybody from the wire is better than Brown. Absolutely. Only reasoning was black. You've probably bagging groceries at trader Joe's. Bryan Cranston behind. With. Reparations EMMY. That's really good. Lang. Recognize man join us nineteen sixty eight spot. I. No, no, no, no. Jim reparation for you. Reparation is not for any. What. What. Don't have forty MU. We'll get in. I mean for you. That. Really, I thought that was pretty funny. The rest of the of the entertainment, the entertainment sections of the maze where they all try to be funny and have their little jokes, not that funny. I read a really bad review on them, said, you know how, how ridiculous the where? One of the worst presentations ever. Many of it was really bad hosts, many of it was, yeah, I appreciate it. They were okay. I, they were trying to be what they were. I just don't know that it worked. I don't think it sold across America and the ratings. Obviously it didn't because well, and they broke it down. I didn't go into the big breakdown, but as they broke it down into the ratings, people went away before the even the big awards happened. So people were there at the beginning and then they left within an hour. Right? So that's actually, that's what football went up after that. But so people showed up and said, hey, let's all right the as in then whatever they thought it was going to be. It was not very disappointing, very disappointing. Couple things happened in in Florida. Last less little while it's kind of disappointing. I've lived in Florida for a number of years of my life, and I can't tell you how many times I've walked beach waiting for pot to roll up on our waiting for some sort of package to just wash up on the shore never has randomly or set up. No, just re just random because that's what happens now that we've had storms in the Atlantic water's been rough packages are coming up on the coast Flagler county, and people are people are past two days. Marijuana has rolled up. These big packages of rolled up on the beaches. People are trying really are feeling that they should. I dunno assist in disposing of them from the beach. And so they called Flagler counties all wound up and they, they. Actually, what guy? One guy took a big, a big big package, and then he took a little bit out of that package in rapid at a towel and put it in struck. And so he didn't leave. You just stand there and the police showed up and they asked. Did you what did you have anything? And he just pointed to truck. It's it's in the back of my truck and they said, why? Why didn't you say anything when you alert law enforcement figured, you know, I didn't know if the sheriff's office gonna come or not waiting for you. But of course, if you had it in the back of the truck, then that gives them the probable cause to search was the Ari high before they arrest him the brick back of truck. Okay. Look, the the people are calling. The police saying is really beat, stop calling. The police, let the people take the pot, stop it. People people have people are stealing pot off the b. The cleaning up the beach today, he, there's a picture of a lady that was posted who was digging into one of those big bricks. They don't know who she is. The police department are asking, you know, if you know this woman because you know they want to resume for stolen goods who exactly. Did she steal it from. I was watching the. I get maybe possession of some sort of illegal substance maybe, but stealing it who did she still from. Not real sure about that. AM from the c.. Thank you and I'll have this. I believe I saw I saw. I saw that lady. She was in Brazil and hope you find there, do they are where it's actually coming from? No, they don't ship record win. Some of it has some of it usually has. They claim that a lot of it has markings on it. So if I'm that lady, I'm more worried about the people that put markings on the. Yeah, but that's why you just take it and keep it in your don't say anything. Gosh, still stupid who's taking pictures, that person that person should be put away with the person calling about the police watching on the beach. My gosh, come on now. It's an illegal substance in Florida really illegal. You really is not really, really is illegal kind of still. Okay. All right. We got more chewing the fat coming up here. That. All right. So I've got. Got a couple of great stories coming up. You'll be happy to hear that children are are still good in America. It's it is a really nice story, although I'm glad he's not my son. Now you can get the real solution for stubborn ear wax. The wax Rx, ear, wash system, doctor developed at work safely. When all of the products fail. If you're like me, you spent years thinking that cue tips were the thing to do to clean your ears wrong. 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Now back to pet gray on the blaze radio network that Jeffy good news for human prostitutes, silica silicon sex thousand the proper Turin Italy. The sex brothel is being shut down by police after two weeks of being open. That's a little a little pushy. All right. What's the problem? That's a, it's a their robots. There's a place that people go. They say, hard earned money. You could eighty seven dollars for a half hour or one hundred eight dollars an hour to rent the room with the sector about, but no. So shut the place down. So I mean, it's kind of good news for the women's right. Seems like it. Yeah. Until they, they have. The police are shutting down because of zoning issues where they're at. And then of course, after they shut it down, they want to talk about, we're gonna make sure that they're keeping them clean. Of course, they're keeping why would clean them. That's silly. So anyway, I was today's a big day for a book that was supposed to read by Glenn Beck called addicted outrage, but this weekend and I was going to get started on it this week because I got a copy at of last week and the don't tell anybody though, because I thought where they stashed in the building and I took one and yeah, and so those of you that order pre-ordered getting delivered today at home, the point of stealing a book. Well, see now that's why I love this. I found this video online. This weekend new book. It's called, it's called why socialism works and is tremendous. And this is exactly the kind of book that I can read myself. So those watching television, we'll be. Able to watch the book that I read this week. I don't see anything. Okay. So apparently it's just the still it's not the video, but got trying on the middle. The book itself opens up to every page saying it does. Okay. Socialism work and then page and it says it does doesn't turn the pay doesn't. Perfect, perfect book. How does it end that it doesn't work. And it doesn't work book well enough to make it work. Gray only on the blaze radio network. Pat grade is here on the blaze radio network. Protect your, be with us triple eight, nine hundred thirty three ninety three. We're going to be joined by Troy Walker here in a second. When we last talked to Troy from dog tag furniture. There was some really weird things going on with the town he lives in, and that's finally all been resolved. And we want to talk to Troy about what was happening and what's coming up here. Troy. Welcome back to the place. Hi. Hey, great feedback guys. Tell us what was what was going on in in your town? Being accused of everything in anything and just be be made to look pretty much unbelievable. I mean, and so it took a while to resolve that, but you've been completely exonerated of of anything. Have been been dropped. And currently I'm trying to keep it that way. Well, so are they just hassling you because you're helping veterans? Are they pissed off about American flags about veterans? What is the deal? They're really upset over the fact that I gave people who don't have a voice voice, especially in our neighborhood, they've tried to pass them, Joe Coney, and you know ordinances, and I spoke out against it. And then every time they try to come after me to make me look like a fool. Fortunately, I had a lot of supporters on my side and that's how dog take kinda got big those supporters called the news and said, hey, they're picking on this guy. Go investigate it pretty unbelievable, that a city would hassle person who is trying to help veterans and veterans families who have who have lost their loved one. Yeah, they accuse me of anything and everything. And I really think it's because we were doing such good work and they were. We were leaving the motto, the mix and they weren't getting any of the praise for it. In fact, they were getting the worst. The other part of it. All right, so so Troy. Now looking forward now your your business and the good work you're doing for the families of deceased soldiers and their families. It's kind of been put into jeopardy. So tell us about the push you're making for Veterans Day, which is what six weeks away. November eleventh Veterans Day. We've been talking with Home Depot and a couple of our sponsors, and we wanted to come out of the gates exploding, and the idea was passed that let's try to break a real record and build as many flags as we can. Wow. So what is the world record? Well, there's no category and there's no world record, but you can category furball Guinness and we're in talks with them. And the number was floated five thousand flags, and one day would be enough, but enough to be breakable. Wow, five thousand can be breakable. Yeah, we figure last year we did about twelve hundred flags and hour and a half. Okay. We're gonna try to multiply by like four and then after we're done, we're going to have a celebration. Nice. Okay. So in order to make five thousand flags in a day, you're going to need some serious help. I'm guessing what? What do you need to make this possible? Well, we always need cast donations. Home people stuff for they're going to play a lumber Resto. Liam has supplied all the spray paint. Bear stain has the played all the state and to give you some idea, numbers Home Depot is trying to donate fifty thousand dollars just worth the wood. We we need to paint in. We're painting right now. We need to pay seventy five thousand sticks prior to the Bill. Okay. Yeah, and hundred. Ninety gallons of stain and nine hundred spray cans of spray paint will be Pugh four. We even the Semple. Okay. So how do people get involved? Obviously they can donate a dog take furniture dot com and they could buy the flags and or donate. But if if you need do need manpower as well, how does. So how we're we're hoping to have five hundred people. We're going to rent the fairgrounds here. That's the biggest place that we could find in our area. We're just hoping that you know people make a day of it. They come up with their family, they build some flakes and then when we're done around, hopefully around three o'clock, we're just gonna turn into a huge celebration where wrestling off Indian motorcycle. We're gonna try to get some really big door prizes and we're just gonna in. We're gonna have a band called Blackbird anthem. They've been a great partner of us. They're writing the song actually, and they're gonna debut it at the event of great. Wow. So I guess thought processes, if five hundred people make ten flags each, you're there right? Do you have a place where people can sign up on the website for this, or do you just want them to show up at a certain place at a certain time? No eat. That's why de cash donations because we're going to, we're going to hopefully have a pig rela store of in a meat roast and like that option. Right to we need to head coach prior. So if you go to our Facebook page or website, you can click on event tickets and book your free ticket. We also have options if you wanna VIP CD and if you wanna need additional raffle tickets and stuff like that. So we did a lot of bundles together. So every bundle you you say about at least twenty five to fifty dollars per bundle. Again, just remind people because we haven't. We haven't talked about this furlough while, but the proceeds go to to pay for the funerals of vets who have died, and a lot of people don't know this, but the vets receive, especially if they've if they've committed suicide, they receive what up twenty five to three hundred dollars. Their funeral. So yeah, so we are net proceeds pay for funerals and fundraising. And of course I have to put that out there disclaimer, right? And yes, a lot of people that are under this misconception. And I was one of them until about six years ago that I had. I get a free because I'm a veteran, and even recruiters have told me that people come up to me all the time and say that I'm lying Meron and then it hits home to them and then they find out, no, they don't get a free funeral. They get a free hole in the ground in a marker. That's amazing. Yeah, it's unbelievable. Really. We just had commit suicide again. Same misconception smells calls us up and I don't believe it. I thought we got free funerals. I have actually been called hat heckled during speeches by by VA representatives, who are misinformed. When they look at it, they're like, holy cow. It's only three hundred dollars up to three hundred dollars. Sometimes it's twenty five dollars right up to they play for up to the government wants to cover their basis, and then we don't know the formula. And even the more sad thing. If you go to VA dot gov, backslash funeral benefits. You'll also see that of for a soldier who dies in combat only receive up to two thousand dollars and funeral benefits. Wow, funerals can easily cost seven, ten thousand dollars. Easily? Yes. And they and we, we try to pay up to thirty four hundred dollars in some cases more. In some cases, less our board is really good. Like this last funeral, I was able to call the funeral home and say, hey, can you? Can you just work with us one time, you know, and help veteran out and you know, and we'll make sure you get your money and everything. And the most funeral homes are very pleasant to work with country. It'd probably really, they really are. Well, that's good. And as long as you go there and you, that's one thing that we want to tell everyone before you call before you go into the funeral home, even if we can't financially help you or you don't need financial, please call me and that way non emotional person can talk to them. That's that's great Troy. It's great to have you back in and thanks for doing what you're doing. If people would like to help out it's dog tag furniture dot com. Dog furniture. Dot org and dot org. We finally had enough money to buy another domain name. All right, good. Dog. Take furniture dot com. And dog tag furniture, dot org, both of those? Yes, sir. All right. All right. Thanks a lot. All right, triple eight. Nine hundred thirty three ninety three just a really good. I mean it doesn't get anything out of this. He doesn't get anything out of it. He, he, he just. Can't stand by and let veterans not be buried. And let the family's going to bankruptcy trying to bury their loved ones. So he's doing really amazing service triple eight, nine hundred thirty three zero. Three is awesome. Let's go to Dave in Ohio. Hey, Dave, you're on the blaze, how you doing today? Doing good. Yeah, open. I had an idea for the Republican party maybe run some ads about 'cause you hear all these socialists appear today and talk about how socialism and nationalize healthcare in this. I was wondering, you know, you know, show commercial them talking in their own words, what they liked to do and then show some of the pioneers of the past with socialism like Stalin Mao, even Hitler. He was a socialist to say, well, you know, that was just in the past, but here's play should be no show Venezuela and just list some of the things that you know what they believe in what some of the pioneers in the past of socialism that to Stalin. I mean, is it really clear what they're what they like? And you know what they like, what they wanna do, and you know, I think it might clear people into what really like, say a democratic socialist like Bernie Sanders or my was like, you know, I mean, you know really get their message out there for them. Yeah, I would love that too. I don't appreciate. Thanks. Dave. I, I don't think Republicans have the Jim blitz to do that. Wow, you've pulled out Jesuits for the first time in a long time. The audience I know has been missing. Thank you. Sure. I didn't realize you were waiting for that. But yeah, it's been way too long. Okay, sincere. You don't. You don't believe me. I believe better, believe me. So it's they don't though they don't have the nerve to pull something like that off because they'd get too much flak. Pretty or Alexandria kosh. You'll court to style it hit let with. Yeah, it's the same. All, gee, why wouldn't I? Why wouldn't I? Yes. And then just stand up to it, but they wouldn't. They'd never do that because the outcry would shame them and they would. They would apologize and they will take it down. That's that's what would happen because they're gutless and Jim bliss? Yes, yes. Last. Triple eight, nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three more Pat gray unleashed coming up here. Crawl only on the blaze radio network. Pat gray. So it looks like. Senator Grassley scheduled a hearing for Monday for Cava and is accuser, Christine, blazey Ford to answer questions from senators about this new allegation. Grassley said today, though that his office is reached out several times to Ford and her attorneys to talk about her allegation, but he's heard nothing back. Oh, he said we've reached out to her in the last thirty six hours three or four times by Email, and we've not heard from them and it kind of raises the question. Do they do they wanna come to the public hearing or not cut? It does raise that question, doesn't it? You wanna come to the hearing or not. So there may not be a hearing. I mean, maybe they'll still ask cavenaugh the questions, but she may not be there. Why wouldn't you be there. Wonder if actually didn't have it. Maybe you don't want to lie to the Senate. She's forgotten. I don't know. Maybe that she needs to get back to them. What am I resisting? I dunno collectivisation manufacturer institutionalization the human psyche. I'm not sure. I'm not sure. But I do know one thing. So. Not forgotten. I don't know that. Raise you to symbol of irreversibility that the the gun can never be eradicated from the earth's line line, please? Actually, I transcribe that whole thing on Twitter the weekend, and I had to keep his already in stopping the thing. Go back and I had to keep typing thinking, hell. Hello is this he doesn't have ever gets verbatim. This one time. It was about the praise. You and you blew it and blood, but hey, congrats though. What are you going to do better. Triple eight, nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three and Pat unleashed on Twitter. I wanted to play this captain marvel trailer because we were. We were marveling last week that captain marvel was going to be a woman. Then we found out Marvel's always better woman. Professionally. That's why I make the big bucks. So anyway, they've released the first trailer now this doesn't come out till March, but it looks pretty good. Yeah. Here's the first trailer of captain marvel featuring a woman as always. Oh, she crashed right into a house right into a roof bell out of the sky to a blockbuster video, like an angel. There's no blockbuster video crash. Renegade so too. Never Kurt to me that one might come from. Space, invasion. Rated hanging to miss you too. So you're not for. It's hard to explain. Keep having these. Memories. Flashes. I think I had a life year. I can't tell if it's real. What I, what I hear. Can't do this pool. I'm not what you think. I am. Captain marvel while. Oh, it's pretty good, right? Yeah. I like it. I don't know the story at all. So is she from here? Maybe somebody who knows the Connex can fill in on that. 'cause I, I'm curious now we need a comic book expert to kinda clueless. This is one superhero I am. I, I've heard of captor marvel marvel just I don't know the story at all. I thought I did, but Nope, must've been thinking about captain America. That's what I, I think that's what I was thinking not to be confused with. Yeah, planet, not the same. Is there a captain planet. Oh, really? That would be Turner creation where tried to save the earth from all? That's right, looters and whatnot. Right? Triple eight, nine hundred thirty. Three Ninety-three added Pat unleashed where Tom tweets. Now we have to read the countdown clock. Yeah. Jubilee countdown clock has probably been running for a while. Right? How long's it been. I don't know what we got, but it's got to be reset. 'cause it's only been few minutes now. Yeah, you know, like you see this long. I remember the New Jersey, the port authority there, the bus terminal. They had this many days since an accident. Right since it was all right. And it's like how many days. Jim reference TJ top and yes, we have the let's back the long wait is over and Ellen, Oklahoma. It's all the same to you. I'd rather not see pet pets gyp let's thank you. I don't total that I offered. I think I did offer to show anybody. What did I say? Hey, do you wanna see my gym blitz? That's never happened. Those words have never spoken until just what's on the brain. There. That's a little wishful thinking on his part. I'm thinking. No, the answer is no. No, I'm not doing it. No, I'm not gonna show you my job. Let's if you if you do decide to go that route you for me, give me a few seconds to get out the room. All right. So the Emmys were last night. We showed you the director who proposed to his girlfriend during the EMMY. So it was really fun. But also there was an actress last night who supported Colin Kaepernick at the blackish star. Jennifer Lewis. I guess, was out on the red carpet, and she was wearing her Nike's. Here's what she had to say. Why are you wearing Nike? I am wearing Nike to a plot them, but supporting Colin capper, Nick and his protest against racial injustice and police brutality and police brutality. Okay. The problem is they think everything is police brutality, even things that have been proven, not to be, you know, we have a situation Dallas right now. That's really kind of strange and I, I don't know what happened in this particular thing, but there was a female police officer here. That first of all said, she, she went into the wrong apartment. At night. She thought it was her apartment. It was somebody else's and the door was a jar and she pushed open the door. And so it wasn't her apartment was other guys, a black man, and she shot him because she thought he was an intruder in her house. What terrible, really strange, very, very strange. Well, she's been charged with manslaughter. So is that not exactly what you would want in order for Justice to prevail? You'd want to put her on trial for manslaughter because. First of all the stories kind of if he nobody really knows what was going on, could it have been some kind of really bizarre, weird, accident and mistake? Yes. But it's, it sounds strange, and there's been differing stories and neighbors said they heard other things like her knocking on the door and. Immediately followed by at least two gunshots, and so they have charged her and that's what you would expect for Justice to prevail. So I don't know where the police brutality when it happens, I think, is generally prosecuted. There's only been a couple of cases where I think maybe Justice did not prevail, but they seem to paint all of these instances with the same brush and it's just it's wrong. It's wrong. And Colin Kaepernick certainly doesn't know what he's talking about and he has no idea. It does a lot of damage to society really does makes a dangerous job even more dangerous setting off the public over lies. It's terrible. GD, Florida. Explain captain marvel for us. So I'm excited. Hey. So captain marvel regionally. Three battle soldier who was a man. Now. Merging his powers when with his system, Carol, Dan. So the captain marvel that they're using his actually just Carol danvers food on the title have been more careful after captain marvel preening mar Bel. Okay. On there. So she is an earth Ling. Then. Hugh, whereas marvel was incre-. Where does this? Where does the space element come in there? Because she seems to fall out of the sky or something into the blockbuster video store. Yeah, with the movie, they're not gonna do like traditional origin story. They're kinda switching up just a little bit and it's gonna focus right in on her getting her already, having her powers and. I don't know exactly how film that's going to do it just question about, you know. All right, appreciate it extreme. It sounds like we got our first transgender superhero. Then maybe the dudes power and well, there's a spaceship that enters into this thing somewhere apparently. And I think she comes from the spaceship. Okay. But then she has the memories of earth, so I don't know how that's all going to work. Maybe she was on earth for a long time, and then she went into space and now she's back and this time she's pissed I don't know. Oh, I don't know how that works, but I would be a great story. Right? She was here, then she laughed and now she's come back and now she's pissed. Twenty eighteen America. Exactly can kind of understand triple eight, nine hundred thirty three ninety three more pack released coming up. Pat gray, the blaze radio network. Great is here on the plays radio network. Things are done in Mexico right now. So safe and snugly there. It's great. Why did you have to add right now to that because well, for always I mean, it's always it's always great. You say, you know that, okay. Interesting group of killers arrived on motorcycles to conic downtown spot, plaza Garibaldi. The hub of Mexico City's thriving, Marietta music scene. It's filled with tourists and locals. And so these guys on motorcycles arrived in their embroider jackets and slacks, you know, like Mary ATI, artists, but they weren't there to play music that have guitars or ukulele. Or trumpets. They were professional hitman or Sicario 's disguised as Marietta Chee musicians and they're armed assault. Late last Friday outside a fast food restaurant left five people dead, including two women and eight injured and stunned capital in the midst of Mexican independence. Celebrations video clip of plaza at the time of the attack showed people scurrying from the normally festive seen as multiple shots. Rang out silencing the serenade of Marietta music. On Sunday media reports indicated that the slayings were linked to a turf war between two rival gangs mounting. The assault Gordon to publish reports where assassins from the union of pito gang named the notorious nearby district of to to Pedo, it's a hub of drug trafficking, extortion. Rackets. Other illicit activities. The report targets were members of upstart, rival mob, known as the anti union force, which has been battling the more established syndicate for territory in the city centre. So everything's going fine. Don't don't even worry about it. They got new management. They've got a new president in Mexico. Everything's fine, so great. Can we just go ahead and put this whole need for a wall, put it to rest. Finally, I don't wanna hear anymore about it. You know. Good neighbors. Don't build walls between one another, right. So good neighbors. Yeah. And last year there was only twenty twenty one twenty two thousand murders in this nation of one hundred ten thousand people. It's nothing to worry about anybody who crosses the border is going to be a really wonderful, decent hard working family person that you don't want to separate from their family that is just here to support their family. That's all nobody else's coming across that border. So don't don't even worry about verifiable that's verifiable proven fact. Proven fact. I'm sorry, I I apologize for my obviously NFO bec- misconceptions. Right. Thank you. Thank you for noticing lease that you do have Zena phobic misconceptions that wasn't thinking. There's no way everybody across the border is just here to work hard and obviously I'm wrong course. You're wrong. You're obvious. Wrong white. So thank you. Right. And you're still used to your white privilege that you just think that there might be some nefarious people across the border. Bumper sticker on the self shaming. Bumper sticker says, I'm white. I can't be right. That's good. I like that we should make work on that one right now. Yeah fact. All right. Also, this is kind of, I guess, silly and frightening and ridiculous. You know, we just beat back an effort to eliminate the word hero from the defenders of the Alamo in Texas. They were gonna take that out. It was under consideration to remove the word heroes from the defenders of the Alamo. And fortunately they came to their senses. People were outraged about it and they said, okay, we're not gonna do that. Then they went the other direction a little too far. So now we're going to remember the Alamo, but we could soon forget Hillary Clinton and Helen Keller. As part of an effort to streamline the social studies curriculum in public schools, state board of education voted on Friday to adjust what students in every grade are required to learn in the classroom. And among the changes board members approved the removal of several historical figures. Including Hillary Clinton and Helen Keller from the curriculum. What why? Why would you do that? I mean, I don't want them spun into, you know, heroes necessarily. But if you're going to be factual, you leave them in the curriculum. The board also voted to keep in the curriculum. The reference to heroism is mentioned defenders of the Alamo as well as Moses influence on the writing of the nation's founding documents will. Thank you since that's a fact as well multiple references to Judeo Christian values. Thank you again since that's a reality also and a requirement that students explain how the Arab rejection of the state of Israel has led to ongoing conflict in the Middle East since that is a fact. On. We can't change history. We can't. We can't change what it was. We can't change our history and we can't change Israel's history to suit some sort of newfangled sensibility of people. I'm sorry if you don't like it. Actually, I'm not tough if you don't like it. Tough. It's what happened. If you don't like the fact that the constitution was built and construction constructed on Moses influence handle Judeo Christian values, tough. You don't know anything about how this nation was founded. Then you haven't read about the founding fathers. So the the Friday vote was preliminary. The board can amend the curriculum changes before taking a final vote in November. Now, why would you take. To get your thoughts on this. Why shoot take Hillary Clinton and Helen Keller out of the curriculum? First of all, Helen Keller. Why would you take her out? Well, she was a communist. She was pretty hard core communist. But you don't. I don't think you're removed from history. You explain to kids. She did some amazing things kids, but she was a communist. So I don't know if you want to emulate her politics, but man did she overcome some stuff in her life. Why wouldn't you just teach it that way? Hillary Clinton was the first lady of the United States of America. How do you remove from that secretary of state, secretary of state Senator from New York first female nominee of her party for president, right? There's no reason to remove her. Why would you. I don't want you to change the things she said or I don't want you to spend everything she says into something glorious. Yeah, it's not like it's an audio book. Listen to her speak. Tell the truth about her. Tell the facts about her. Leave the spin. Somebody else leave the spin, the news media, they'll do it fine. They'll do a fine job of that of spinning everything. But in school, just teach them the facts, let the kids to side. High schoolers have been required to learn about Clinton, who was the first woman woman to win a major political parties presidential nomination. As you said in history class, under a section about citizenship, students were assigned to evaluate the contributions of significant political and social leaders in the United States, including Clinton, Andrew, Carnegie, Thurgood, Marshall, and Sandra Day O'Connor. Nothing wrong with that. Why would you take that out? There's nothing wrong with that. Barry Goldwater was also removed from this teaching requirement. Why a work group tasked with the curriculum. Streamlining also recommended removing evangelist in Baptist pastor, Billy Graham, but the board voted to keep. So you're gonna keep Billy Graham but remove Hillary Clinton. I know just what is the matter with people. I mean, if we're going to be principal here, we've got to say. If you have to choose one over the other. I think you almost go with Hillary Clinton, right first lady. Okay. Hold on. What's the criteria the most influence on a country that could be a toss up? Yeah. Tossed both have significant influence. Why do we have to take them both? I would have said that this whole thing sounds like a partisan snow job here for they did the whole heroin thing where the people making these decisions and can we replace them because they're screwing up on both sides of the issues here. Third grade social studies, teachers have been required to educate kids about the life of Keller who despite being deaf and blind. Graduated from college lived a life of activism and authorship, but she didn't make the work groups list this time in students and other grades are required to learn about our life. So you'd never hear about her be interesting. Hey, just like Helen Keller right kids who what never heard of her. I mean, that's silly. That's silly. Removing figures like these from the curriculum doesn't forbid them from being taught, but just means they're no longer mandatory. Also the streamlining of the curriculum won't affect textbooks or other instructional material, which the board isn't updating. And I think those aren't aren't. The books aren't the the, the actual text books written in California. So why didn't Clinton Keller in several dozen other historical figures make the cut Dell's morning news spoke with teachers from the group. Both said the state required students to learn about so many historical figures that resulted in rote memorization of dates and names instead of actual learning. Okay. That's part of the dumbing down process. I think we can expect our kids. I think to learn. A lot of different things do at home school. The fifteen member workgroup came up with a rubric for grading every historical figure to rank who is essential to to learn who isn't the formula? Ask questions like, did the person trigger a watershed change. That's did. Helen Keller trigger a watershed change. Did Hillary Clinton. Trigger a watershed change, maybe was a person from an under represented group and will their impact stand the test of time. Not that that definition. Out of twenty points Keller scored a seven and Clinton's court of five Gordon Helen Keller. Eliminating Clinton from the requirements. We'll save teachers thirty minutes of instructional time. Eliminating Helen killer will save him forty minutes. Awesome. Okay. I'm kind of on board. Hillary's worth half an hour time. That's true. When you say that. Most. Okay with it now. All right. I stand corrected, keep going school board. So they kept slavery. They kept you jenex and the kept the Alamo heroes. So that's good. They kept the Judeo Christian heritage. Texas values, a conservative Christian political advocacy group sent representatives before the board this week to speak out against removing the descriptions on Friday. They applaud applauded the board's decision to keep them. Yeah, I'm kinda surprised they kept them that's. I mean, I think that's great. So I mean, they, they are really fighting, you know, to keep the Texas values in here and the American values in here that the country was founded on. And I know. Atheist, don't like it. But if you read the words that the founders spoke will know that they built this country. No, not on rock and roll, but on Christian Judeo values. Yeah, they did. They did. They built this country on Christian today. Oh values. It doesn't really work in the form of the song. Triple eight, nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three more Pat gray coming up. Unleashed. On the blaze radio network. Pat gray returns on the blaze radio network digging just a bit deeper. These recommendations of the curriculum in Texas. This is unbelievable. Here's some of the changes the board approved last Friday. Now they still have told November to amend this, but they approved replacing San Jacinto day, which is huge in Texas. Texas are not gonna like that San Jacinto days the day that Sam Houston and his forces routed the Mexican army in eighteen minutes that the Texas equivalent to Yorktown. Yeah, the revolution it, it ended the war, it it achieved Texas independence. It's what followed the Alamo. It's the next big battle in that war ended ended the War. I mean, they captured Santa Anna in that battle, they. Killed and took prisoner thousands of Mexican soldiers with with the lesser force. I mean, it was one of the most decisive and amazing battles in world history, eighteen minutes. It took him to defeat the Mexican army. So that's Sanchez Santo day. It's a pretty big deal here, but they're going to replace it with Constitution Day in a section on the origins of customs, holidays and celebrations of the community state and union. Okay. They're going to remove Helen Keller. They think from the section on citizenship, they're going to engrave four. Remove poteete strawberry festival from. That was me. What if you remove the poteete strawberry festival I'm leaving. I'm leaving the state. I'm not guy can't. No. I'm sorry. How do we cope with the? I dunno teat first of all, I don't even know what the poteete strawberry festival is. So how can I live without it? Oh, look at you like you don't. How do you kidding? Peo-? T t strawberry festival. Okay. Let's take a look here learned this in fourth grade, and we don't even know also. Just below San Antonio. And of course it's held annually poteete and April. It's a, it's a festival as you know, that has fourteen areas of continuous entertainment featuring concerts with nationally known country western Tejano. Okay. You gotta get rid of. All right. So why would you? I don't teach that in the first place that's in grade five. They're going to mend the section on the civil war to recognize the central role of the expansion of slavery and causing the civil war. Good. And other contributing factors, including sectionalism and state's rights. You really wasn't about states rights, but we won't go there right now. Reinsert requirement to learn about the William b Travis letter and the reference to the hero is talked about that. For US government in high school, they recommended these things be removed, but now they're going to reinsert references to Judeo Christian values in the section on major intellectual philosophical, political religious traditions. They're going to reinsert the biblical figure, Moses and remove Thomas Hobbes. From the section of individuals whose principles of long government institutions inform the American founding for world history. The workgroup recommended these be removed it. This. Removing references to the German invasion of Poland and the Soviet Union. The holocaust, the attack on Pearl Harbor, the Normandy, landings, and the dropping of the atomic bombs. You would remove that. What in the world you can't remove that come on now. So they, they recommended they'd be removed. I think the group decided to reinsert them reinsert Arab rejection of the state of Israel. Has led to ongoing conflict in the section on the rise of independent movements in Africa, the Middle East and South Asia. Reinsert the reference to Judeo Christian legal tradition are. All right. And then in US history from eighteen seventy seven in high school, they're going to remove the phrase described the optimism of the many immigrants who sought a better life in America. Yeah, you don't wanna talk about the immigrants being to mystic coming to America. Why would you talk about that? No, they're going to add Deloris section on the level. It's did all. That is awesome how you spell that Dolores and then thank you h. u. e. r. a. to a section on significant leaders who supported various rights movements, including Martin Luther, King Cesar Chavez and more good rid of Thomas Hobbes. Yeah, get rid of Thomas Thomas Hobbes. Put Moses back in though. So they got rid of Thomas Hobbes, but the Laura. American labor leader. This is Texas about it was to win. Then of course, the recommendation to remove Hillary from the section on the contributions of significant political and social leaders in the United States such as Andrew Carnegie, Thurgood Marshall, Billy Graham can more and and Hillary and not making the cut was the poteete strawberry right or pretty sure Poteen didn't make that hurts. I know. Do we have time we should talk about that maybe again earlier on Thursday because that's that's amazing stuff time for cook. Five before you leave here is. Important over there, but the, yeah, the the guy tweet ride minister. It's not a prime minister. It's parliamentary guy tweets to me last night. From Canada, and this is video. There's this, you know, basically this touchy feely liberal guy who wants to make sure that we don't. We're very inclusive with our terms, and so he's trying to get support to instead of fishermen gripe people fish as Fisher folks. Can't even keep it straight. All right. Let's see that. Fisher. Like, do you folks excuse me. In thirteen seconds, like our fishermen, Fisher folks. Like all of our fishermen, Fisher folks do. So stupid. So I mean, he just proved how stupid that effort is can't run. They sure full. No, I'm sorry. I've never saying Fisher folks. No, no. I'm not saying that these mail carrier. No, I don't say male, man. I don't even. I don't even say flight attendant. I still say stewardess. Pig home, I won't say actor actress if you're a chick, all all Djik. Yeah, I see you use that archaic lingo is well. Sure. Do what they're firemen, still, say, firemen, firefighter, say, fire person. Police officers. Yes. Or law enforcement officials do a lot of practice Mr. lead foot. So. Yeah, pulled me over have been female variety at least appeared to be. I don't know what the identified as I have no idea. I didn't ask sided, not. Excuse me officer. How do you identify? Maybe I should ask that, you know, sir, ma'am, early, we learned their day. They and them and there because we gotta change that from plural to singular now so that it fits because you can't call them him and hurt him. You know what I wanna do right now. I want to go to the Poteen strove let's just mean just eat ourselves into a coma and then forget everything that's going on. It's not as though dang it, but it south of San Antonio, say to go down there for that next year. Yeah. Absolutely petite stronger and do a live remote from their, why? Not? Sure. I'm gonna say it has no respect left in the schools in Texas, right? We give us some pub. All right, triple eight, nine hundred thirty three ninety three. And at Pat unleashed on Twitter, you can use all that again tomorrow and actually Thursday. Why have a funeral to go tomorrow? Very good friend passed. We've talked about before yet, really severe. Stage four cancer or a couple years, and you passed away last weekend, so we'll hold the four down so yet. So I'll see you on Thursday back here. I think Jason Butler will be filling tomorrow. Indeed. Pat gray unleashed on the blaze radio network.
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