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Congratulations, You Have a Hotel

We're No Doctors

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Congratulations, You Have a Hotel

"Starving. A podcast network. Uproot some protein powder in a bottle of water. Hey, hey, hey, trying to be healthy. Trying I'm trying I'm really really trying. Oh, it's difficult. All right should be mixed me have taste. Lilla e. What's up everybody? Teno nine PM March twelfth two thousand nineteen year of our Lord. Yeah. Once again, I'm down to the wire. Trying to get an episode out before the due date. And. Doing it in my kitchen. So I have a better recording setup than well better than my phone and my car. But my kitchen is a mess. They had to fix the sink. And so they did it while I was gone. They literally just moved everything off the counter onto the floor around. My desks just. Just a mess. Airings of mess. Like, I clean. I can do everything but cl- motivate to clean as went out and walked about five miles. Through the hills and MS sweaty mess. I'm exhausted. I'm a little bit Weasley. Not too bad. Was freezing freezing out there? I just had a hoodie. I probably should warn something else. I mean, I wear pants and shoes. But I was freezing. And then I hiked really fast the point of sweating. And then when I stopped. I started to get really cold. You guys know how it goes, right? But I for my birthday, I got an apple watch. And I love it. Usually not that into that kind of stuff. But. There's a fitness apps on the fitness Abbas. Also, just on your iphone? For some reason having on my wrist mix like a game, and I found my friend, rob Buckley, also as an apple watch. And so we buddied up on the fitness app. And so every time he reaches his goal for the day. I get an alert which really motivates me. To then go out and make sure I get in all my steps for the day, all my exercise. It's really weird the fitness app for iphone. Has three categories. Kind of weird one says just move. It's just move. Just, you know, your arms your legs walk around just your daily activities, and you wanna burn according to this abbot has for me. It started at five hundred thirty calories. I just moved it up seven hundred fifty. So that's one category. It's he's rings ones red ones green ones blue, and as you get closer and closer to your goal. The ring tends to fill out. And once it goes all the way around you get alert saying you did it you moved. You've got your seven hundred and fifty calories burned today. And. And if you slide it will say act of calories versus total calories. Says my act of calories burned. One thousand two hundred fifty seven total calories. Four thousand one hundred seventy eight. So that's one ring that's one part of the fitness. The other one is exercise which I feel like exercise and movement should be the same thing. But. It has thirty minutes of exercise at on this up. I'm cool with that. I today did fifty four minutes out of the thirty. So I'm almost doubled. It. I think the total active times for the week because it says fourteen hours. Today. Fifty four minutes. Total active time, fourteen hours. I don't know. I'm not I gotta read I'm just trying to fill out these colorful rings. And get my alerts that I. That I reached my goal for the day. Because when I do then rob Buckley get say, he gets a prompt. That says he he says, I did it not will make him motivate to do more. And then I get prompted when he does it. It's a pretty cool app. But the weird one. So it's three rings one is, you know, seven hundred fifty calories of movement or you get from movement. One is thirty minutes of exercise and the other one it says stand once he stand a certain amount of time. Every day. And according to this the default setting on this app. It wants you to stand twelve hours. That's fucking crazy. What if you have a desk job, even if you go and exercise for one hour you've only stood for one hour. It's. Both on my app, and what I've noticed on Rob's. It's hardest to get the standing achievement. I can do exercise. I can do walking. I can do movement standing as the tough one. I guy I was just in Nashville and I flew back Sunday night. And if you sit for too long your phone buzzes, your apple watch buzzes in it says time to stand. Like, I'm on a four and a half hour flight. I really I mean, no place to stand. I'm also on a window seat. I don't wanna crawl over everybody. So that's been the tough one. It's how ever today it says I have stood eleven of twelve hours that can't be right? I have not I did not stand for twelve hours or eleven hours today period. No f in way. Whatever of good. The refrigerator went off. I'm sure you guys are stoked. Yes. So I walked five miles today. And an equivalent it says of seventeen flights of stairs. Says I've only gotten about nine thousand steps ideally, I'd like to get ten. So that's gotta be like six miles. She's louise. Who can walk six miles in day. That's balkars. Anyway. So yeah, I I mentioned that. I mean, there's no gas this week because I haven't been home. I've been in Nashville Tennessee for let's see Thursday through Sunday night. That's four days. Which I could've spent one of those days recording someone if I had had the time. But I didn't I was at a town. So I got back last night. I had stuff to do yesterday. And so here we are once again, Steve AG down to the last minute waiting to record his podcast. Jeez. Sorry, guys. I'd never been to Nashville in my life. I loved it. It's a pretty cool city. I like the music scene. I went and I did stand up comedy. It was really fun. The people are great. The crowd was great. I have a few minutes musician friends who live in Nashville, I got to see them, and that was really cool. But it rained almost the entire time. It was a it was freezing in Nashville, which is a bummer. And be it was raining. So I would have liked to have had. A little bit better weather, but I still got all my steps in. I walked everywhere. I could've literally just laid in bed all day was in a brand new hotel. It was our first week of being open. So it was their grand opening weekend. Which was a bummer because they had like a DJ in the lobby. All sorts of fucked up events like it was just a mob scene in the lobby. Which I don't give a shit about. Congratulations. You have a hotel. Title congressional you shouldn't you have a hotel. Yep. There we go. You got it. Yeah, I'm still a little bit Weasley from that hike. Yeah. I don't give a shit that. It's your first week open. Congratulations every single business that you see operating currently had a first week open. And I'm sure not all of them mad a fucking DJ. Man. It was one of those you know, booty hotels. It's called dream Nashville. The rooms were really cool really nice pretty quiet. Once you got up to your room, the lobby was just a zoo of people and they were just overcompensating opening weekend. We got there in a lift, and we couldn't even get out of the car fast enough. And there were literally I I'm not even joking. There were three of us me, and my friend Brennan and his wife Courtney. Three of us. We had like three bags and. Before we get out of the car. No joke at least six or seven bell, hops, mobbed around your car all grab every single bag on and they all walk them in. It's like am. I supposed to tip fag in seven six or seven guys. This is crazy. Also, I didn't ask I didn't ask you to grab my bags usually they're like, can I get your bag serve good. Or sure this was just like we were still in the car, and they were halfway in the building. Like what if we weren't even going in this building? What if we were crossed the street or next door? So they were just overcompensating that you know, there was like five guys standing by the door opening doors. It's like. It's like way too many people for opening weekend. But the rooms I gotta say. My room had hands down. I've been traveling for decades. And this was hands down. The single greatest blackout curtain I've ever experienced in a hotel. So that's one good thing. I honestly I closed it thinking, oh blackout curtain here. We go again usually with blackout curtains. For some reason. They don't go all the way shut and there's almost. I'd say ninety nine point nine percent of the time. There's a little slice of light that goes through. And it always seems to go right to your face in bed. So that was not the case, you know, it was east coast time, obviously. So I was still a little tired in the morning. But I think the first morning we'll get like. Eleven or noon. Tennessee time east coast time. But I I woke up because I had to bathroom at a p like go get back in bed. It is pitch black. And I like just kinda grab my watch to see my iphone. See what time it is? It's like noon well slept like eight or nine hours. That's amazing. Opened up the curtain even those rainy outside super bright in the room. I know sleeps really important. I got plenty of sleep there. But. Because those blackout curtains, I probably could've gotten. I don't know. Easily ten hours of sleep each night. A because the three hour time difference be Also Saturday night into Sunday morning was. Daylight savings. Spring ahead. So wing ten in the morning is really like waking at nine in the morning so Sunday, I have Sunday was really hard to to get out of bed. Hey, Steven, you're going to talk about health and fitness and medicine. I dunno. I feel good. I've been exercising. A lot. Still haven't gotten fully back on board the program because of the travel still been a little down getting ready for my friends memorial, which was actually last night. So I think things are finally going to get back to back to normal as normal as can be very draining memorial. It's weird when it's someone. Young. I mean, he was forty eight. He's not a spring chicken as they say. But that's still too young to go. And so that's always for some reason. Like tougher funeral. I've gone to funerals for you know, adult relatives. Obviously. My father aunts uncles, grandparents. And they're very sad that it's the cycle of life in if somebody lives long enough. You've actually get to a point where you can say, oh, they lived a great life. They they did a lot they travelled. They lived a full life eighties or not bad eighties. Fucking great. When it's like. Not a relative, but a friend who's depressed and takes her own life, and they're only in their forties. And it's it's a reference one to to go to no I talked about this before. But it's still fresh in my head because of last night. It was amazing. It was amazing. Memorial. Jesus. Going to get choked up. It was at the comedy store in Herron Hollywood. And I've never seen. I've performed in that room. It was in the main room at the comedy store, and I've never seen that room. So packed. It was full of comedians of all levels in their career like very successful people up and coming comedians full of riders other actors producers. The sorry. The the wait staff filled the room like all the wait staff came in to watch and. It was very touching very beautiful. I wish he could have seen it. He would have loved the attention. Couple friends the Sklar brothers twin they. Yeah. They did this podcast like not very long ago. They knew Brody very well as well. And they they spoke at the memorial and said, and I think a lot of people have mentioned that it's too bad. He couldn't have seen this like it's to advocate of the memorial like two months earlier and had him be able to see it which oddly enough. And I think I've talked about this on the podcast. I don't know if I have I think I have. With Dave Dastmaltchan when he has done the podcast a couple times. I'm fairly sure we've talked about it. And this goes along with what the Sklar brothers were saying, Dave, and I have wanted to for a long time to do these. Living funerals. Dave keeps calling him living wakes. But it's not a wake it would. You know, it's an actual funeral. We would give for our friends who are still alive. It's really dark. But it also sounds kind of awesome to me. Where you pick a friend once a month, or you know, every few months every other month. However. It would be a lot to do. But you pick one person for that month or went or whatever time period that is and all the friends get together and. Honestly have a funeral. Nada joking. Not of funny funeral unless you know. That's the way you would do it if the person actually died, but you actually do a funeral for somebody. Every time. I've talked about this idea out loud. It's sounds so fucking. Dave. And I talk about it all the time. When we're talking about just the two of doesn't sound very creepy. What I'm talking about it alone on this podcast? It sounds really fucking morbid. But. With a lot of memorials I've been to for friends for even for family. The a lot one thing you hear a lot is. Oh, someone would have really love this. So. I'm like, why don't we do this for them to actually see? I don't know, man. Had to deal with a lot of death lately. So it's been on my mind a lot more. You know, I had my fiftieth birthday a couple of weeks two weeks ago. And by the way, I'm fine with it. Now, I I know I was already kind of find whether going into, but it's I feel no different. Just like I said, you know, I did a recorded two episodes ago, I recorded on my birthday and. You know, you don't feel any different you wake up you feel the same as you did the day before you know, when you are quote a year a year younger. A number younger you weren't full year younger urine three hundred sixty five days younger, but. It's honestly just weird to say the number. It's weird. It's fuck in weird to say, I'm fifty. Hi, I'm Steve. And I'm fifty it it still doesn't sound right. I mean, the one good thing is I'm on the low end of the fifties. Now, I am the lowest end of the fifties. I can get rather than two weeks ago on my actual birthday. But now, I have you know, ten more years before after worry again. But yeah, oh, yeah. I know where I was going with this. So my fiftieth was coming up and. Sorry, I need to drink this protein powder because I just exercise. Dave Dastmaltchan called me up. And he said, okay. So let's talk about your. He goes, we have some ideas, but we need to run some things by you. Like sorry for the sniffling. It's it was really cold and shit outside. Whatever anyhow also, I just I've flown twice in the past week. So I'm shocked. I haven't gotten sick. That's pretty cool, by the way. Somebody remind me to go to finish the story about Dave and my birthday. But. If you follow me on the we're no doctors Instagram, you know, that I try to weekly post. A photo of the CDC flu map show the. What the outbreak of flu looks like across the country. For like the past three or four weeks. The map has been solid Brown, which is widespread. Which is a bummer. Then I had to fly during that. As a little nervous. Even though I had the flu shot, whatever it doesn't bother me as much anymore. This podcast is really helped me out, you know, in that respect. I'm just at a point where I'm like fuck it. I'll fly whatever if I get sick. I get sick people get sick. And that's that. But I flew, you know, Thursday, I flew last night and very full planes and the cold and flu season was fine. Also, the newest flu map, by the way, which I posted Friday. Vermont is yellow. Washington DC still yellow Hawaii is yellow so were going back down. I think we have hit the precipice. We've hit the crux. We've hit the peak of flu season. I think we're. On the downslide. So that's good news. Okay. What I was going to about day was like we got some options for your birthday. He has one we all go somewhere. You get a bunch of friends and go somewhere, cool, you'd have a party locally or. We could. And I know we've talked about this a bunch. You could be the first quote guest our funeral party. We can have a funeral for you. And you can live through your own funeral. And boy when he said, it it really kinda freaked me. It's been something we've been so excited about for so long, Dave. And I and then he presented it to me. And I was like oh. My birthday this dark, and he is like, you know. He has eve which is his wife. She's been on the podcasts as well. He's like eve thinks that's a little too dark. And I was like. Yeah. Let's go somewhere. It's a good idea. I don't know if we should do on birthdays, though. Maybe we should man. There's so much to discuss David I really need to get together and discuss this. But also, you know, there are friends of mine who I wanted to come one who just lost a parent. So it's like do we really wanna make them sit through my funeral? You know after just losing parents. So we opted to go to the Madonna in in San Luis Obispo. And I think it was about our choice. Although I still I'm curious what all my friends would say at my funeral. We still have a lot of details to work out about this living funeral like do you really oh all out and make it a real funeral in call their family. 'cause I think with friends it's cool to do. I think with family, especially. Older family like. That's pushing it like, I don't think if we had done that funeral for me. I think my mom would have. I think my mom would have been super disturbed. Someone would give her a ride out here to LA. That's an hour of time to come to our son's fake funeral. And then watch a bunch of his friends who she doesn't really know. God, it's such a weird. Yeah. We have a lot of stuff to work out with these living funerals. But I think it will happen. I think it's going to happen. We're going to make this happen. Vanilla. Hey guys is at time. And I'm here to tell you once again about one of my favorite s-. Hellofresh. 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The cold air from above the clouds act, like a blanket, and they just kind of warm things up. So. And just get a an umbrella just walk for miles and explore Nashville. And it was cool. The cool part about the rain was that. There was not a lot of people out. The bad part was I'd only brought my Nike sneakers my walking shoes, which are like. Cloth. And just soaked my feet first, fifteen minutes of walking day one. Stepped in a puddle both feet. Just soaked my shoes, which means soak my socks so my feet were freezing on my walk. Got back to the Tel. Went number two on the toilet. And while I was sitting on the toilet. Just go into the bathroom instead of checking he mail and Twitter, Instagram and stuff. I I plugged in the hairdryer, and I sat there blow drying, the insides of my shoe. It was pretty effective actually. So day two. I went and bought boots. Well, I'm here for a few days. I don't wanna keep dealing with this soaking my feet getting wet and me getting cold. I don't wanna get sick. Some boots great story Steve. Well, it's kind of health related. I managed to travel across the country not get sick during the height the height of cold and flu season. But now, I'm back. I don't. I have any plans super recently to fly again. So that's good. Although i'm. Next month. I'm going to Austin, Texas for a few days to work on a short film with some friends. That'll be fun. I've been to Austin in like twelve years or more. Dot will be cool. And then I'm really excited about this. I just. Put down into posit. On a meditation retreat seven days. Indonesia? I know it's weird. It's also like a thirty hour flight, which when you're six foot six. Is a huge bummer. I can't do first class because that's really international first class classes like six thousand dollars. So that is off the table. I keep looking into. There's a there's a thing called Scott's cheap flights where they notify you anytime there's well cheap flights somewhere. So I'm signed up for that. Hopefully, I'll find something to Indonesia, Australia, or. Singapore. I don't know. I gotta gotta find a cheap flight to Indonesia. Holy shit. It's funny that I would be going to Indonesia. For a meditation retreat. So basically going to literally just call myself, my whole being my whole spirit, my whole essence to comment yet. Getting there is probably the most stressful thing, I can imagine flying a hate flying. I can't imagine being in coach for thirty hours. I'm not against coach I'm not above flying coach. It's just when I do it. It's usually like, you know. It's usually like maximum of like five hours. If I'm flying like New York or something, and that's I can do that. I don't like to because I'm six foot seven. I'm not exactly skinny I'm skinnier now. But I'm not exactly skinny so. You know, afraid of getting a blood clot in my leg on flying thirty hours, Indonesia that would be fucked up. He was on his way in Asia to a meditation retreat, and he got a blood clot halfway across the Pacific Ocean. They estimate he died over Australia. I used to be so afraid of flying. I used to be so impossibly afraid of flying. I grew up flew a lot with my family. You know, I went to school on the east coast when I was in high school for two years, I flew for every, you know, major vacation holiday. So I flew a lot when I was younger. Never had a problem actually loved it. And then. I was dating a girl who I may have talked about this. But who who knows I can't remember anything? I barely remember my name now. But I was dating a girl whose family lived in Sacramento. It was up with her visiting her parents for a I think it was probably a holiday we're in Sacramento and. It came time to fly back to LA from San Francisco and not LAX Burbank. It is literally less than an hour. It's like of a forty five minutes flight those flights like San Francisco and Sacramento you take off by the time. It's like twenty minutes twenty five almost thirty minutes to get cruising altitude the plane levels off they turn off the the seat belt signs. They serve drinks. And then you start your descent on its super-quick. And so me and my girlfriend at the time. Or leaving Sacramento. We get on the plane the plane starts to take off. I mean, we are like five minutes into our assent. And I have a massive massive panic attack. Like top-five panic attacks. I've ever had my life. It was bad. And I was on a window seat. I believe maybe the medal I think was window seat. Plane was still going up seatbelt signs were on. I literally just climbed over my girlfriend the person who is sitting on the aisle as well. Ran back to the bathroom went into the bathroom and spent pretty much the entire flight in the bathroom splashing water on my face freaking out. And you know for those who have dealt with or had panic attacks. You know, one of the issues is after you have a panic attack. You have other panic attacks because you're worrying about having another panic attack. It's a horrible chain-reaction. And it's brutal. And one thing you tend to do is spend your time avoiding things like avoiding whatever you did when you had your first panic attack, which for me was flying. So I for almost ten years would associate flying with panic attacks. So I didn't fly for like ten years. I was afraid of flying. I flew maybe twice. And it was terrifying. Now, I don't. Does it? I you know, now that I have my Zayed's. In panic disorder under control. It's not an issue. I'm not afraid to fly. I just hate flying because I'm tall. And it's. Oh, my God flying annoying. Oh, really Steve. We did know that. I will tell you what for me worst part of flying. Hands down number one with a bullet worst part for me about flying. Is boarding the plane. Like, you know, say it says your flight leaves at ten thirty the plane boards at nine forty five. So you get there early get there like nine eight thirty or nine years. You know, you get something to some coffee or whatever and sit in the lounge waiting not the land, but the sit at the gate waiting and then boarding time is nine forty five. You start looking around and you noticed people like starting to. Crowd around the entrance to the gate. And it's fuck in just chaos. It's like people who have seats in the back of the plane. Are just standing up at the front. You know? It's just there's no fucking order. It is anarchy. It's chaos. It is fucking people at their shittiest. When they're trying to get onto a plane 'cause no one wants to check their bag. No one wants to be the asshole who gets on the plane towards the end to find out. There's no more overhead compartments base, and they have to check their bag. I'm convinced. That's the main reason everyone's crowding around trying to get a good spot and jockeying the end. I just hate it. So I'm all in I and I'm in it too. I'm like well, fuck it. I don't. You know, I have a seat towards the front I'm non-first class. But I I don't you know. I just wanna get on the fucking plane get in my seat and meditate before we take. I'm good once I get on the plane, and I can meditate them fine. But cheese, Christ the fucking. Fifteen to twenty minutes leading up leading up to boarding. Kreis? It's stressful. That's the worst part of flying for me. That's it's even worse than me being tall in coach class. I mean, that's a close second. I need to. I've decided I need to get credit card. Like, I mostly fi delta IV sky miles delta. So I need to get like a delta MasterCard or delta visa something that every time I buy something with my credit card. I get points. My friend's wife had that she's just like upgrading like crazy. I'm like. I gotta do that. We have not talked about a lot of medical shit. Let me go to some emails. Opening my phone? By the way is March twelfth. Tune half months into two thousand nineteen I have not worked one day this year. That's stressful to me, I'm just burning through my money. And I worked so much last year. It was crazy. It was awesome. Let me breathe a little easier especially towards the end of the year when I'm usually really stressed out. But now, it's like. Guess what landlords do not give a shit? If you're not working they want that God damn rent. No docks. I don't think I've read this. All right. This one is from a listener named Abby. It's called. See that my and watch my apple watch just rang. Untold me it's time to stand. Listen, I got a. Podcast to do. I'm not going to stand up right now. Plus, I just walked five miles. Give me a break. Literally like, forty minutes ago. I just finished a five mile walk come on. All right. So this from abbey it's called ureter Skopje out says, hey, so last year I had that same procedure and this. I'm sure she's talking to my. Kidney stone surgery from month or so ago, where they went up through my pee hole through my bladder up through my ureter with a scope and laser broke up some kidney stones. Hey, so I last year I had that same procedure. And honestly post-surgery was more painful than when I had a C section. Thank you, Abby. That's good. To know. My pain wasn't all in my head the pain from that stent was unbearable the Tylenol codeine combo. They gave me after afterwards made me feel disgusting and only mildly helped with the cramping, and then I developed a rash all over my body a day and a half afterwards from the pain killers. Medicine is just not an exact science. It's great. We live in a great time better than turn of the century. But still man. I happen to be home alone. So my stent, and I somehow hobbled to an urgent care center. When I saw this rash happening in the doctor. There said yeah, looks like you're allergic to either the codeine or the Tylenol. So don't take anything at all. Now. Parentheses? She says I've had Tylenol before. But whatever and parentheses I hate taking medication. But in this case, I needed something. So I freaked out. I was told to take Benadryl before bed for the rash with my help with pain. So I did by the way, that's my go-to. If I have hives five a rash. Any kind of allergic anything. For me. It's bedtime is great because I can take Benadryl or two. And just sleep it off. And the Anna history means in the Benadryl, usually clear up, whatever. My problem is. And again, I'm no doctor. So please consult an actual physician. If you have questions about this, folks. Okay. So be continues. I'm also second grade teacher in New York City, and for some stupid reason I sided on day three post-surgery that I should surely go back to work. Oh, so I took a Tylenol in the morning before slowly heading to work. And then I convince myself that I was actually allergic to Tylenol and that maybe I would die. So I popped to Benadryl cz. And continued on my way to teach seven zero. Only god. That's brutal. I don't remember the last time that I. Benadryl during the day. But I guarantee you it was when I had a free day to sleep. In fact. Yeah, it was probably. It's probably like a year ago. I woke up in the morning and had really bad vertigo. And so I just took a Benadryl went back to sleep slept for another few hours and verdict was gone, and that's kind of my go-to as well. When I say I taught high that day. I mean, I was essentially wasted on Benadryl. And also responsible for the well-being and education of young children. I think I've only ever taken Benadryl once before and it was right before bed bad decision to start the day with that type of medication holy shit. I remember slurring my words while reading a book to them. Luckily, no administrators came to observe me teaching that day. I love Benadryl so much. Sometimes I'll take it at night. Like, if I'm feeling a little dizzy or just need to get to sleep and every now, and then I'll like phone, a friend, and then just talk. I like to talk to someone until Benadryl kicks in and puts me the sleep. But is usually a period while we're talking when it kicks in that. I just. I do I I guess I do get a little slurred in the speech. But also, I tend to like kind of nod out and like. Says. It's my favorite thing for allergies. I have a friend who she has like, multiple allergies. She's one of those people that sadly allergic to a lot of shit, including. Read, you know, die. That's a lot of foods like food coloring red food coloring. I forget what it's called red number five or something like that. It's got a number that sounds really ominous bad for you. But she. She would. Have to take. There's luckily there's two kinds of Annandale. There's the regular pills that are pink. And those have the Diana, and she can't take those because she'll have a really bad reaction to the Benadryl oddly enough. But there are jet genital genital. There's Benadryl gel caps. They're like clear, I like those better because they seem to work faster. You know? And if I need it really really fast, like if I'm having a really bad reaction like when I had a really bad reaction to taking Cipro, and I got a rash like head to toe and in my mouth and throat and was weasing. I didn't wanna like take Benadryl and wait fifteen to twenty minutes for kick in. So I luckily I had the gel the gels. And so I popped two of them and bit down to break them and hit me a lot faster. So if you're. To dis like. There is other Benadryl options. Also, sometimes if you go to the hospital. Then you Benadryl in liquid form like in your IV, which is from what I understand is great. Let's get back to this Email. The good news is that when the stent is finally removed that procedure takes three seconds. And it didn't hurt it. All oh, I think she wrote this before I had my stent out, and I was super worried and asking people if they had any experience with us. Took about three seconds didn't hurt at all. I remember having some cramping for the next day a little bit afterwards. But then it was totally fine. Good luck. Stay stone free, Abby. Thank you for your Email abbey. Yeah. Well, I talked about that procedure, and it was fucked up. I wanted to say fucked up because I'm a guy, but I know Jillian bell who on the podcast really bad experience with the stent, but like the actual procedure of having it removed. You know, ladies your equipment is on the inside. But you still have your e through just like me. So. I show is fucked up y'all. Oh, here's one I read this awhile back, but I haven't gotten to I'll read this right now. Hey, Steve, you're the first podcast host ever. Get an Email from me. So let's hope this goes, well, this is from someone named Michelle. I you may have already heard this from a few people, but you have to watch the documentary root cause on net flicks for real it's primarily about how many doctors and others in the dental and medical community. Now, believe that root canals the source of other medical issues, including Zayed's heart issues, even some cancers because they essentially leave a dead part of your body in your body at a chemical to it to seal it and call it good. There are meridians in the body that line up with your teeth, which is also why there are pressure points in your hands at cetera which lineup from specific heat to those organs or areas of the body at this point, you may be thinking this sounds really hokey. Actually, don't think it sounds. But it's not like that a couple of days after I watched it a national study came out that was on the main NBC news website, linking ginger Vitus to Alzheimer's slash dementia. So it was backing up this film. As I was watching. I was wondering if wisdom teeth removal or issues somehow caused migraines. My surgery was fine. As far as I know. But what if they left a piece of something? My chronic migraine started close to the same time as my surgery. So I thought just maybe while they did get the wisdom teeth and a couple of other dental issues. They said that it causes problems mostly with other areas weirdly, I was disappointed. So I think you'd be really interested. I have to warn you that for some insane reason they show root canal for like five seconds at the beginning. I looked away. I can watch most things. But no, sir. I honestly have no problem watching medical stuff. I find it fascinating. What I don't like watching is people throwing up people post videos on YouTube, you know, people puking on roller coasters and that. That bums me out. As for my migraines. That's a whole other story that I'll just hit the most recent detail here for time sake. I had a second more I done at thanksgiving after thirteen years mostly to get my primary care doctor to send me to a specialist, and they found out I have a rare brain disease. And a few other things listed on the report that I didn't understand no tumors. Thankfully, what in the actual how when my doctor called. She legit gave me the website for the dam, and I. There's an underlying issue associated with with this disease that we have to figure out what that might be. So this will be an interesting year. I'm seeing the neurologist next week. And I have a huge list of questions built up in my phone for him. That's smart. I always when I'm about to go to the doctor five questions about something. Like, I did with the stent removal. I wrote a bunch of stuff down in my phone. Because I usually get in and the doctors come in. And they're so calming K. How you doing? I know this is easy. We're going to do this and just relax. And then I always forget to ask questions. So. Michelle has a good point. Right, right. Should down. Do not be afraid. Ask your doctor questions. It's your right to know answers getting back to the Email. I was going to wait to Email you until after so that you'd have a cool story. But I'm hoping you'll say you watched that documentary because of Michelle in Lubbock, Texas, but I'll let you know about the brain thing too. If you want, of course, I do want to know. Finally, I'm pretty sure, you know, my aunt. Oh per year. Mention a mutual buddies in queens of the stone age, and you're lucky trips to Joshua tree. And seeing her likes of your Instagram stuff. Why won't read first and last names, but she names Ryan? Anyway, she roller is more than I usually do if she knew I was e mailing the podcast. And you hope you're feeling better from your surgery and have a great groundhog day. Michelle. Thank you, Michelle. I actually do want to watch that documentary. I've had a few other people tell me to watch it like actual friends of mine say I should watch it. Yep. There's a lot of. I mean, I know there's a TV show called the Nick I've talked about it a lot on this podcast. I highly mecca rand. Highly recommend if you can rent it. I don't know if it's for rent anywhere. I know you can buy it on like I tunes but find the the Nick starring Clive Owen. It was originally released on. What's the what's the channel? It's not HBO Showtime Cinemax the one they used to call skin Amax softcore, porn and shit. But it was on Cinemax, which is really weird. I saw it was on HBO go for some reason. I think they probably have the same parent company. But for a while it was on HBO, go HBO now, I don't think it is anymore. But find the Nick. It's only two seasons. It's a quick watch. But it takes place in a hospital in the turn of the century in New York. I think it's based on Bellevue Bellevue was a mental institution. Maybe it is. Maybe there actually was a hospital called the Knickerbocker in New York. But it's based on an actual hospital in New York in nineteen oh one and just watch the way they tried to treat people they used cocaine so much and heroin like to try to treat people was insane. Some of the treatments are so barbaric. I you watch it and. There's some really graphic shed that might be hard for some people to watch. It was more fascinating for me. I really liked watching it. But it was it was just more of a shock, and it really made me appreciate. Made me appreciate what I have. Now as far as medicine like God, dodged a bullet being born when I did so much medical advancement. And it's funny because in, you know, a hundred years from now people will be talking about the early two thousands going. You know, how they used of fuckin- fixed teeth in two thousand nineteen. They would just pull them out put a fake one in that's crazy like chemicals and shit. We're always learning. You know? Medicine is a science it's trial and error. And you know, luckily, the tools to try. And learn also get you know, the technology gets more advanced as as does the medicine and the procedure. So we're kind of lucky to be living when we do. But I wanna see that documentary. Yeah. Because I've had a few root canals. I don't wanna go and say, oh, yeah. I remember the Nick said that there's a there's a scene in the neck where this guy has the skies wife, one of the one of the doctors in the hospital. His wife like loses a baby I believe like a miscarriage. I believe if I remember correctly. Anyway, she she's really depressed says wife is just like moping around the house super depress won't talk. She like completely shuts down. So he sends her to. Another doctor like censor to like psychiatrists. I think and in like an institution and after like a week he goes to visit and they've pulled out all of our teeth because they were like, you know, she's going insane. We think your wife is insane. And we think it's from infections in her teeth. So we just pulled her teeth out. So the sees woman she has not that they literally just pulled all of our teeth out. Well, we didn't wanna take any chances. So your wife has no teeth any more. You know, but your teeth are right by your goddamn brain. So when you get an infected tooth that infection is right by your. Now, this kind of stuff really gets me. Gets me worried. That it's been an hour. I think we really did it guys. Try to have a guess, I think busy, and I are going to actually start recording together like fairly regularly. I think we've figured I think we finally figured out a way to actually do it. And I think it's going to happen. Very soon. I'm very excited about this. Because because I love busy, and I love having her around, and she makes me laugh a lot. And she also takes a lot of the pressure off me trying to fill in our busy can talk. She's got a talk show. So stay tuned. Thanks for listening guys. And I hope you have a great weekend wash your hands. Stay healthy. I think we're on the downward slope of flu season. So hang in there. And take care. Thanks, guys. Bye. A podcast network.

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A Few Frightful Moments

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A Few Frightful Moments

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That's MU our DR m. i. t. dot com to get your daily dose of true crime creeping delivered straight to your mobile device included show. What's up everybody. It's Wednesday morning. Which means I've waited to the last minute to record another episode for you. The listening audience. It is. Where's my foes? It is October third, Wednesday. I'm in my apartment. Been gone for a little while I recorded last week's episode with Justine Bateman and then promptly. Left town. I just up and bolted. I should use that time to take care of some staff sees see some doctors the last week I was like, I, I'm going, stir crazy. I gotta get outta town. So I went to death valley, California. And. The aptly named death valley, oh my God. Let me tell you about death valley. I went there once when I was probably about somewhere between eight and ten years old. I have very little memory. The only thing I remember two things I remember from death valley when I was a little kid. One was running around on some sand dunes, which seemed like the Sahara desert. When you're a little ten year old kid, it seems so vast in never ending. The other thing I remember. And I'll go back to the sand dunes. But the other thing I remember. Was finding a frog. That's right in death valley somewhere. It's wherever we were staying, and I wasn't even with my family. I was with a friend and his family. And I think we're camping, even we're at a campsite. There is some vegetation and very little water. But I all I remember is finding a frog and picking it up and it immediately pissing all over my hand. That's all I remember from my trip to death. Valley was a giant Sandu sand dunes. These giant sand dunes and a frog pissing on my head. That's my last memory of death alley. But I know there are some pretty amazing stuff. And as a photographer hobbyist photographer, I, I, I'm gonna go to death valley in Friday. I had a. A bachelor party to go to in Las Vegas. So it's like death Alley's on my way. If I go. A little bit out of my way. I can go to death valley for a couple of days and then go to. Bachelor party plus Vegas. I know that's unheard of. But yes that that's that's another part of the story anyway. So I I went to Las Vegas. I mean, death valley got there, and it is a massive death valley is massive. This so humongous. That there is a lot of stuff I didn't get to that I wanted to see, but there are very few places to stay in death valley. If you want a hotel, there's one really nice one, which is where I stayed. I, I decided to just bite the bullet and put in a little more money in stay at a nice hotel. And other than that, it's a couple of campgrounds and the nearest towns are like an hour to an hour and a half away. So it's in the middle of nowhere. I didn't even think of this until later. But like there's no hospitals around like, if some, I'm sure there's probably a a medic or something in death valley. The could give you emergency or stitches. But. If she goes wrong in death valley. You're looking at a long ambulance ride. I don't know. The name death valley made a lot more sense after this trip, but those sand dunes that I remembered as a kid, not that big. Just like a couple sandy. But it is weird that they're in the middle death valley has all these different. Geological type areas like. Dry lake bed type thing where it's just flat for as far as I can see. In this area with with the sand dunes, which is really bizarre. Just in the middle of nowhere, there's a bunch of sand dunes and then right next to that, there's a thing called the devil's cornfield I posted a few photos of some of these things on my Instagram. If you want to go back and look at Steve AG the devils cornfield which is he's weird clumps of weeds just growing out. Of the ground. It really looks creepy. It'd be a great place to film a horror movie. And then. I remember the first night I stayed in death valley. The first night I only ended up staying when I was there for two days. The night that I stayed in death Valley. I was laying in my hotel room, and I started to have a panic attack because of the fact of the hospitals. I started to have a panic attack and it kept building because I was like, oh my God. I'm freaking out and there's nowhere to go. Like if I stopped breathing, I'm not gonna make it to hospital. I'm gonna die. It was. It was really. I had to just meditate income myself down because I was starting to spiral at the fact that there was. Nothing around. I mean, it's very aptly named death valley. There's. There's no, there's no store. It's crazy. It really is crazy in there. There are a few people that live there and very curious to know about the people that work there like, where are you commuting from? Because there is nothing. It's kind of a fascinating place. I wonder if there's, I actually wonder if there's a documentary about death valley, if not, there should be. Maybe I should make if there isn't, maybe I shouldn't be death. Valley documentary is fascinating anyway. So the next morning. Like or that night, I decided, okay. Tomorrow mistake around take a bunch of photos drive all over the place, and then I'll make my way back towards Las Vegas and. One place that I really wanted to photograph is a place called the devil's golf course. I can't even explain it. There's photos of it in my Instagram if you wanna see it, but it is just a flat area. Everything in-depth always flat is flat area. As far as the I can see. But it's not smooth flat. It looks. Like a bunch of little tiny craters like little holes and little like Stalag type things sticking up from stalagmites. I guess the ones that come up from the. It's fascinating. It's it's bonkers, and I really wanted to go take some photos of it's like some black and white photos. I thought it looked cool and I wanted to take photos before the sun came up. And so I set my alarm for like five forty, five. Sunrise. I think it was six forty, five AM. And of course I woke up at five AM. And so I got ready. I packed. I checked out of the hotel and I drove, you know, twenty to thirty minutes to find this place. And by the way. I go everywhere early in LA in, you know, around most cities in they're still like traffic and stuff. I was like the only car driving around at that time of day. I there the road I took to get to the devils golf course. Was so straight it. I didn't have to turn my wheel at all for about twenty five minutes of driving about seventy miles an hour. It was kind of awesome an eerie and pitch black. There's no street lights. There's no lights. Just whatever light was still up from the moon. And I just drove straight for like twenty minutes, and then you go off on a dirt road just a little tiny, like one lane dirt road you drive for another few minutes out to little little parking area. Just a dirt parking area. And I got out of my car and there's a secret that I have. Tonight's, I've talked about it on this podcast. I, you know, I played in a lot of bands when I was in college. I really damaged my hearing because I didn't wear earplugs. That's so stupid. Always wear earplugs if you're going somewhere loud, especially if you're band, but. So I do have ten tonight as I sleep with a white noise machine. I have air purifier that's on. So sometimes I'll listen to podcasts if it's too quiet just to distract from the ringing in my ears, but I get out of my car at the devils golf course in death valley. And I am not joking. I'm almost fifty and it was the quietest environment I have ever heard in my life ever heard. That makes no sense. Well, it's the quietest it's the quietest environment I've never heard. In my whole life. Does that make sense? I don't know. Any who? Yeah, I get out of the car and it is so quite like, you can't hear there's no cars, there's traffic. It's the desert. So there's practically no wildlife and there's no wildlife that makes noises there's no wind blowing. There is nothing. It is absolute silence. And I got out of the car. I close my car door instead their first second in. Was deafened by the ringing in my ears, like it was so crazy. I, I put a podcast on on my phone just to have noise. It was so quiet. I, I've never heard. I know it sounds weird. I've never heard anything that quiet does make sense. But anyway, so I'm getting out of the car. I, I. I take my tripod out. I said it next to my truck. I reach in and I grabbed my camera and I'm pulling my camera out of the car with one hand and closing the door with the other. And just as I close the door, my camera catches on the seat belt. I think it caught on the seat belt. And I couldn't get my hand out in time and the door. My car door slammed on my hand slammed on my hand. So hard. That I immediately was like, it's broken my hands broken. There's no way that my hand is not broken. I'm surprised that it didn't cut my hand off or in half. That's how hard it was. It hurt so bad. I had to sit there for a minute in like gain my composure because I was really starting to freak out because a if it was broken, I was looking at an hour to an hour and a half drive to any sort of town. And we're talking town not a city league. Vegas was probably two and a half to three hours away from. Death valley, and that's probably the closest good hospital. So I was starting to freak out and I had to just kind of I sat back in the car has had to take some breaths. Focus on something other than the pain. And it got to point, whereas like, okay, if it's broken, it's broken. Damage is done. There's nothing I can do for at least a few hours. I'm going to still stay here and take photos, and I did. I took a whole bunch of photos really cool ones. It was really beautiful out there. And and then I started my drive. I was like, I just gotta get out of death valley. I'm going to die here. There's gonna die here and will probably be a week before they find by body. It's vast. And so I, I just got to be somewhere near people. Your hospitals near restaurants. And so I started driving my way towards Las Vegas. This is like Thursday. I think. So this is a long I, you know, I was away from home for almost a week. I haven't had a chance to record with a guest. I have a few guests lineup lined up. Boy, I really. I'll start. I find myself. I, I start talking a lot. Vaguely knowing where I'm going, and then my mouth kinda gets mushy because it's my mouth is like, hey, brain. What are we supposed to say? It is almost like that. It just gets all mush mouth, and I hate that about myself. It's really something that bothers me. I catch it a lot. When I listened to the podcast. You might as well. Anyway, so I get to Vegas was a long day. I stopped along the way. There's some cool small towns and areas. I took a lot of photography. I had the film camera with me the medium format film cameras. So I was doing a lot of film photography stuff that I haven't got developed yet. I'm very excited to take it in to the lab. Hopefully today. But I got to Vegas holy shit. It was. It was a polar opposite of death valley. It really is a polar opposite of death valley. Actually, maybe it's not maybe a polar opposite would be like a tropical island or something, but it was kind of an opposite and that there was millions of people billions of tourists. Got a hotel in old old town downtown. You know up in the original Las Vegas stayed at the golden nugget, which is kind of fascinating. There's it's. It's so bright and loud, and there are so many people. I have a friend who lives in Las Vegas. She loves it and she's not, you know. Because she lives in a neighborhood. She has a house. She's not stuck in a hotel right above Fremont street. I need to experience Vegas that way, you know, in a neighborhood with restaurants that are not full of. Hillbilly. Drinking my ties out of a. Glass and I use glass loosely more like a three foot tall tube. With like umbrellas and flowers in it, and everyone was walking around with these tubes of liquor. I think they call him a yard of alcohol. Yard of alcohol. Why are you doing that to yourself? And it's everywhere, and it's, you do it on the streets. People were just waddling down the street with a yard of alcohol. Smoking everywhere. It isn't. It's fascinating how some people who don't make a lot of money. We'll save up and take their vacation. You know their yearly vacation lasts Vegas or they just lose so much money as cheap. You know, you go any stain a hotel for a couple hundred dollars a night. It's insane. And then there's just slot machines and poker tables. There's so many places to spend your money. And he's so many people go there and just like. Spend all my God, they could use their money for so much more. Yet it was fascinating and then Friday, you know, all my friends came in for my buddy Jeremy's. Bachelor party as fun. Yeah, I got to hang out with some of my best friends and. You know, as long as you're with your friend, I've, I find you can put up with a lot of shit. It'd be it a lot of weird places. As long as you have like close friends with you. You know what I mean? So it was fun. Although. My other medical related issue with Vegas. We were walking everywhere. I was walking everywhere. I was walking a lot in death valley, taking photos, wondering all over the place. I was sitting in my car driving between all these places lot. I put in so many hours of driving just last week alone. This is kind of hard on my lower back in even my legs when you drive a lot. It's like kinda hard on your legs. And all the walking in the first day I was with my buddies. You're walking all over the place and it is hot out and I was wearing underwear that I think was too big for me. It was kinda like boxer briefs, but they were a little too loose so they weren't totally just clinging to my legs in they brick in chafed my inner thighs so much so much that by the end of the day, it hurt to walk. I had such a rash, I had such a rash. You gotta write that down. I think that might be our title. I had such a rash. Sorry. Any Dabbagh producers sit in here with me and take notes at such a rash that might be it who knows. But it hurts so bad that the next day, Saturday, holy shit more walking everywhere. And I am now walking around like a cowboy like a like a comical, cartoon cowboy with his legs bowlegged from riding a horse, but I'm walking that way. So my thighs don't. I look like such an asshole hobbling around with my lex Brad. Shit. It was truly painful. It doesn't it. It's only having a few times, but. Holy shit. I actually found ended up finding a CVS and I got someone like that gold bond powder, talcum powder. Splash them on between my. Sounds so horrible. I sound like so old and out of shape and shitty, but I- splash that powder on between my legs, it really hurt really helped. And then I also got this gold stop. I have this stuff stuff a long time ago called glide. And it's. People will put it like between their legs if their legs Shaef or like under their arms, you know, if they're running or doing stuff for their arm is rubbing against the arm pet. And it's like a lubricant between your skin. That stuff's awesome. I couldn't find any of that in Vegas, but gold bond. The gold did people at gold bond. Medicated powder. They have this glide stuff in. I got some of that as well really made a huge difference guys. So if you're like me and your media, thighs are gonna be slapping together in Las Vegas. Fuck. I hate myself. Hey, guys, do you ever feel stressed or anxious? 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In just two minutes, you can compare quotes and make an informed decision for you and your loved ones policy genius, the easy way to compare and buy life insurance. I also I had no allergy issues. The whole time has gone. The desert insanely dry. I don't think there's a lot of pollen death valley because there's not a lot of flowers. But yeah, I wasn't sneezing allot. I'm back home now. I didn't take any protected, and I seem to be okay at the moment. Although I feel a little little bit of the sniffles coming on. Do some listener E mail, but. I just wanted to let you know that I wasn't without medical issues. I bashed my hand in a door. Got a rash, here's the other thing. This happened as soon as I got home from Las Vegas after what? Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday after like five or six days out in the desert. I came home and I think I dried out my skin. For the past three days, I cannot stop scratching my legs. My legs. My legs, it so badly that I am. I'm having to. I'm constantly putting on lotion because I'm like, oh, I definitely. Just my skin, my skin got dry out in the desert. That makes that makes sense. I'm looking my leg a couple of red splotches from where I've scratched the skin off almost. But it's crazy because I've been showering in like I have one of those not a loofah. It's kind of like a loofah. But it's bristles instead of like sponginess. Like for fully aiding your skin. And I've been scrubbing my skin for the past three days. I'll take a shower. I'll scrub my skin with like some Avino anti. It's like sensitive skin, dry, itchy, skin soap. You know with oatmeal, and it was supposed to be good for your skin. And it feels great for a couple of hours, but it's usually by the end of the day, like at night I'll be laying on the couch watching TV or something, and just and it's not my upper legs, it's literally from the ankles to my knee to below my knee, just fucking it. Like right now it feels fine. But I'm sure in a couple hours, it's going to start itching again because that's how it's been for the past three days. I do not know what this is now. I have to see a goddamn dermatologist. If any of you deal with this, please hit me up on in the comments section. Of our node docks podcast, Instagram or. Email me. No docks. Every God that we have to look at the. Even though I see it every damn day, no docks podcast at gmail.com and audio CS podcast at deal dot com. If you know what this is, it's probably some kind of. No, I'm blanking on the skin disorders. Exuma or or something else? I really don't understand like there's certain. I'm fine during the summer spring, I'm fine. Usually I get this in the winter, and I think it's because it's actually really dry in the winter cold cold, dry air, like really fucks my skin up. But I don't know. I, I'm assuming this is because I was out in the desert, but I have been lotion ING and scrubbing. Maybe I'm scrubbing too much for the past three days and it's not really doing a lot. I probably have to get some kind of goddamn Medicated lotion. If you know about this if you deal with this or know someone that does hit me up because I would love to my legs, just look horrible. My lower legs. Is blotchy ginger vais. Thank God for makeup. Thank God for makeup artists on TV shows. By the way, this comes out. Tomorrow. I mean, if you're hearing it today, it's if you're listening to this right now, it's probably Thursday for you. I will be on superstore on NBC tonight. If you're waiting until Friday or the weekend, listen to this, you've missed me. Maybe you can catch me. On Hulu or something. But I think I just make a small appearance in the season opener tonight. Nothing major, but if you want to check it out, I will be on superstar tomorrow night. October fourth, if you're listening to this, it's no longer tomorrow night. It's tonight anyway, I'm, I'm sorry. I keep trying to talk down to you. People about how time works. Obviously, if you're listening to this now it's airing tonight for those of you who can't figure this out. Although I have a friend, my friend, Bruce works. A game company, and I won't say which one he works for a gaming company like video games and stuff. And I know this guy through video games. But he works for a very large, very popular company have one of the most popular video games in the world. It's been going for a long time and they recently put out an update. New downloadable content for their video game. Seven a couple months ago, and he said that. He got a phone call. The complaints department from a woman who is like it was announced that the say, it's coming out on Friday, the the video game update. They announced it's coming out on Friday. Nine AM Pacific time. Twelve PM night. Yeah, twelve PM eastern time. So he gets a call from a woman. From a woman who is pissed off, I think she's in Florida or somewhere and. She is fucking livid. She's like. I have a real bone to pick with you. I just noticed that the downloadable content for this game is coming out on Friday is like, yeah, he's, she's like, why do we have to wait till noon to download it? When the people in California can download it at nine AM. She didn't understand the time difference. So she thought. You know what? I, where I'm going with. She was like, how come California gets it at nine AM and we don't get it till twelve is like, well, let's you're actually getting at the same time. She's like, no, we're not. We're getting three hours later. He had. He said he was trying to explain for the longest time. You're not getting it at three hours later. You're getting at noon, right? And she's like, yeah, he goes noon. What time do you think it is in LA when it's noon in Florida. She's just like silent. He's like it's nine AM at noon. There's a three hour time difference. It's literally dropping at the same time. She's like, but it's nine AM in California, gets it at nine. Needs. She'd never quite got it. Like go like a break, f- I'm sure just. Like there are some people out there folks. I have to admit, I really couldn't wrap my head around the time difference. Well into high school. I remember, you know, I got sent to military school in high school and it still it's still was like weird to me. How like. I could fly from LA to New York and. Get there. You know, five hours later, but my watch would still say it was three hours earlier, but then going back the other way, it would seem to be like a longer flight, and it was all just because of the time difference. And I was still, I knew there was a time just rinse, but it was still like really throwing me off. I sound like an idiot right now. Why does California get it at nine AM. All right. We should do some emails. Only been recording for half an hour. No docks podcast. So, yeah, if you have any anything you need to tell me if you have any stories, medical related, oddities stories, concerns, fears, phobias. Just Email me no docks podcast. G mail dot com. And try to get to have gotten a lot lately. Long after go through clear out some of the junk. That's it. Boy, there's a lot. Okay. This one. Okay. So this is one from a listener named Catherine. The subject is. Fire, oh, gloss old duct cyst. Or why sound like Kathleen Turner? For those you millennials, Kathleen Turner is an actress. Very good actress, but she has a bit of a husky voice. Sounds really cool. Actually, I think. I think the gravelly voices on women are cool. Hi, Steve loved the podcast and listen weekly. My husband encouraged me to write this up since it's such a weird story. I was living in Seattle and it had been experienced some neck pain. So set for imaging. When they got the results that Dr called me APM on a weekday, never get sign and said, I have no idea what this is. So I sent it to a specialist. I'll let you know when I hear back. Awesome. That's that's terrifying. Also. Why didn't the doctor just send it to the specialist in weight. You know that that that just makes people more terrified. Anyway, I was sent to an awe. Auto Laron, jolly auto, Jesus Christ. I'm gonna have to learn all these terms since this is a medical related podcasts, auto Laron Jolla just thinking that's as close as all get. And it turned out that I had thyroid gloss duct cyst. My general practitioner didn't recognize it because it is mostly most commonly discovered in children. And as I was thirty three years old at the time, she didn't even know what she was looking at. Turns out this form of assist is created. When your thyroid gland develops, an often becomes inflamed or infected. When children get strep throat or tonsillitis and is subsequently removed. Apparently I had had it my whole life without any issue until now. The specialists said, we could leave it. Take images every few months and hope it doesn't grow or become infected, or we could do the surgery and remove it before I could even answer. My husband told the surgeon schedule it. There's no way she's going to be okay with this thing inter throat for months and not freak out about it. He was correct, and that's why we're married. The surgeon also inform me that where my sister was located would require them to shave my. Whole boy Hieaux aid bone h. y. o. i. d. Hoyer said Heuer or high oiled bone shave the highway bone and could change my voice spoiler alert it did I the four hour surgery. They remove the cyst and it was not cancerous. I had to walk around for a week with a two inch incision in the front of my neck with some really sexy drainage tubes, oh my God, I didn't get to eat a lot of ice cream in the scar is now just a weird conversation starter. I wanna take a moment to say here. I love scars. I just wanna put it in my two cents. I know a lot of people freak out about surgeries and like it's gonna leave a scar and male or female. I think scars are fucking cool. People shouldn't worry about them. If you're worried what a guy or girl is gonna think about your scar. And if that guy or girl does have an issue with it, that's not a guy or girl that you want to, you know, be spending time with anyway, I've dated people with scars. I think scars. Fucking awesome. Anyway, the surgery did alter my voice, which while on this deeper range for a woman before is definitely a lot husky or now, thankfully, my my husband is a big, serial mom fan, so it all turned out. Okay. I just wanted to send this in to reiterate that if something is bothering you get it checked out, turns out the neck. Pain was a bowl djing disk, but that's a whole other story. Thanks again for the great podcast. Steve Katie. Oh, it's not Catherine or is Katherine, but she goes by Katie. Thanks for the Email Katie. That's very interesting. Specially at it changed your voice. But that's cool. It's good to change things up reinvent yourself now, and then. While. Surgery fucking scares me. I'm not gonna lie. In, you know what it is that scares me about surgery, not the actual procedure because your sleep, although I am afraid of waking up during surgery, which I know can happen. I'm scared of after surgery, the pain and the I have just a specific two instances. Jesus. Says -mergency alert presidential alert. This is a test of the national wireless emergency alert system. No action is needed. That's all it is. What presidential alert, what the fuck does that me. Popped up on my phone that usually that alert is usually a. A child duck Shen. Like an amber alert the pop up on your phone or flash flood alert. What the fuck is a presidential Lert. Wondering if something's happening. What was I talking about? Yeah, reasons. Why I'm afraid of surgery. Turn my phone off here. I when I was in college, my girlfriend had her tonsils out because she kept getting strep throat. She got very often. And so she had her surgery or surgery hundred tunnels out. Then I just remember seeing her. I went into the recovery room after the surgery to to sit with her. And when anesthetic wears off, it's kind of. Like a fever, like you get the chills and shaking while the shit is wearing off, at least that's my experience because I had it when that's the. The second thing is when I had my appendix out. I remember waking up in a recovery room. I just barely remember it. But I remember shivering they're giving me blankets, and a consumption is just a horrible feeling is this reminds me of having a fever or something, but even worse, it was worth seeing. My girlfriend got through it. It's never easy to see. A loved one. Dealing with trauma or sicker, you know, feeling bad, so that honestly, it was really hard for me to see my girlfriend shaking. It kind of freaked me out. Even if dodgers I guess just coming down off the anesthetic, she's fine. It was still. Traumatic for me to see, and it's made me kind of afraid of surgery ever since. Anyway, Katie. Thank you for that Email. Let's see what else we, hey, everybody. I'm here to tell you about the fab fit, fun box and how the fab fit fun fall editors box is here. I'm new to this and I just got my first fab fit fund box. Let me tell you about. It's pretty amazing. I've got quite a bit of skin care products which I actually need because I'm ginger and my skin looks like looks like old leather. It's disgusting. I need skin care products. I got a skin mask in here. I got some skin wash. I got some stuff for my bathtub. I have. I'm looking at the box right now stainless steel tea pot, little tiny in air ear, bud headphones. 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That's over two hundred dollars for only thirty nine ninety nine go to fab fit fund dot com and use my code. Like I said, doctors to get ten dollars off your first fab fit fund box. Thanks. I'm doing a show tonight. I don't know why I'm telling you guys for some performing in a little while, but I'm doing a show tonight. It's a storytelling show here in LA. Done it a bunch of times, but. They just give the storytellers topic they can interpret it. However they want. The topic for tonight shows like cancelation things ending. And of course, immediately my fuck in head went to death. So try to figure out how to weave story about my obsession with death into tonight show. I should practice on Yuga after tell seven minutes. Here. Let me start clock. Seven minutes in hill stop watch rea- starting. Okay. So I need to talk about my obsession with death, which. Has always been in. I'm not a person who is. I am afraid of of dying. I am not afraid of death if that makes sense. I'm not afraid of being dead. I've never really been one of those person persons that's like, what happens after we die. Oh my God, I have to. I don't wanna die having regrets, although I really don't have any regrets. I wanna do everything that I've wanted to do. You know, I do have a bucket list. Sometimes you can't always get to that stuff. So I. I've never really been worried about what happens after we die because it's out of my control. If there is a heaven, an hell limbo, whatever you have, whatever you believe in. If that actually is a thing that I deal with that. I think I've lived a good life. I don't think I would go to hell. Because it's, it's always been, we're, it's always been weird to me. Think of. Someone who's really only guilty of not going to church going to hell with rapists and murderers. What's like person was clearly great in good in nice and a humanitarian who gave to many charities. You're going to send them to hell because they didn't go to. Anyway, that's a whole other thing. Way off topic already the story, but. My fear is the actual act of dying. We all know how freaked out. I am hypochondriac. I'm is really my where my problems lie. I don't want to die a painful death as and this is where it all gets ridiculous because who wants to die a painful death. Some people just don't think about it the way. I don't think about what happens after we die. Some people are like, Yep, we all die. Whatever. I'm not afraid. I am afraid of. Of a painful, slow death. I don't want cancer. That seems horrible. I don't wanna die slowly like my father did. That's fucking horrible on the other side of it. I don't want it I quickly and just suddenly without being able to say goodbye to my friends, but it's really the painful deaths that bother me. And also I. I have a huge issue with people saying talking about, you know, the best way to die is drowning. What people are like? Yeah, they say, you know happens quick. You inhale the water. It's like going to sleep. How about it's fucking terrifying. How about the two minutes or three if you're really good at holding your breath of you being underwater, freaking the fuck out that this is how I go out. I'm drowning. I am dying. There's no way out of this. How fucking terrifying must that be? Forget the inhaling water like I also. So I guess I don't want a painful death or a terrifying death like. Falling out of a plane. That's terrified. That's not painful. Your hit the ground and it's going to be over without even realizing it. That's not a painful death, but that's terrifying. I guess what I say I'm saying is I don't wanna painful or terrifying death. Thing is, people are like. Another great way to die is. Burning. People like actually burning a fire fires, not that bad, you die of smoking the before you even feel the heat. That sounds fucking horrible. I've I've inhaled smoke and had a coughing fit for fuck and fifteen minutes, and that was horrible. I can't imagine just of route room full of smoke where I can't breathe in NATs, how I I, that sounds just as horrible as actually feeling the fire and burning. Like if I, if I'm with friends in a house or a hotel or something that catches on fire and it looks like there's no getting out if I'm asleep. If it happens in the middle. Right. If you if one of my friends is listening to this. And I am sleeping in the fire starts take a lead pipe or something heavy and smash me over the head. So that I, I'm not aware of what's happening I, he's just I don't wanna be aware of dying best way obviously. And I don't think there's any argument with people is dying in your sleep like just. Having everything shut down. And I don't think having heart attack counts, you know, people like Elliott heart attack in the middle of night sleep. He didn't feel any. Don't tell me he didn't feel anything. There's no way you're having a heart attack and don't wake up for at least a few seconds. You know, that's gotta be some painful shit, right? You we will wake up. They will find you in your bed and go. He died in his sleep of a heart attack. He feel, no, there's no way you did not wake up. During your heart attack in bed and just have a few frightful moments. A few frightful moments. That's my whole thing. I don't want my whole life is a few frightful moments. What's the difference? The, why am I afraid of. Why am I afraid of a few frightful moments when that's the story of my life, I walk outside frightful of the sun, the sun giving me cancer. What's the difference. But yeah, I wanted just lay down and have just everything slowly stop and I don't wake up. That would be the best way. And I fully no, I fully understand suicide. You know when. When people are terminally ill, I, I don't frown on that. You know, some people who are religious, do. You know, might I remember my dad? This. This was. So this made me really sad, but my dad years and years ago, decades ago had a pacemaker put in. He didn't have a super healthy heart. My dad had a pay speaker and. When he was in the hospital sick towards the end, I remember him. He said to me, you know, his pacemaker was due. He was due to have a new pacemaker put in like later that year, he would not live long enough for that happen, but it was in the back of his mind. Like if I live, I'm gonna have to have a new pace Baker and. I remember saying to me. He how torn he was that he didn't wanna have new pacemaker put in. He didn't wanna extend. He was. He was at a point where he was suffering in. He didn't want to extend that suffering anymore. Like I don't wanna have a new pacemaker put in that might give me more time in this condition which makes fully make sense. You know, by the way. But his was like, but I feel like I should have won put in when the time comes, because if I opt not to is that suicide. He was worried that him not having his pace maker put in with him, committing a form of suicide, which is blew my mind. I'd never even thought of that. I was like, of course not dad, that's that's just. So fucking difficult to hear him say that in? No, that. He was afraid of going to hell, basically afraid of going to hell like living a good life all his life and then going to hell. This is what I was getting at earlier going to hell because he didn't put a pacemaker in in died because someone because God a God with think that was suicide and be like, Nope, you did good right up to the end. Now you're going to hell. There's a lot of questions religious issues I have with that kind of stuff. But on the other side him and my mom would pray every day before she would leave the hospital that gave her a lot of comfort that gave my dad a lot of comfort. And even though I don't believe in a God the way they do. I think it was kind of nice that they had that moment together and it made him feel good, and I would never wanna be the type of person said a don't believe in God. God's there is no God, you shouldn't believe in God. If you're getting comfort out of this, you know, sure. There are cheeses. Why am I going into religion. I'm not gonna go into. But it was just nice to see my parents have this moment together, and I'm not a religious person. I am a spiritual person because of meditation. It's open my eyes up to a whole new realm of possibilities, and just connected nece with everyone in everything. So yeah, but be to me to shit on somebody's religion even though I don't. -sarily believe in organized religions, whatever. He can write me hate mail or not, but. Any. I don't wanna get into all that long. Have we've been recording? Oh shit. Fifty five minutes. Let's do one more Email. By the way, eleven minutes that was supposed to be seven story about dying. I don't know what I'm doing tonight. We'll see. I'll report back to you guys. Oh shit. This one is from Christopher. The subject is mosquitoes in Zeka. Something that I am very curious about, hey, Steve, I work fulltime in key west, killing mosquitoes. So I thought I would write in, oh my God. This is amazing. I love this already. Since the three. AMD's species are new to California. You guys don't really have a culture that grew up in learning how to deal with with with AMD's AD ES. Things are as simple as having screen things as simple as having screens on your windows. We have a campaign. We are trying to get into the public's head to dump any standing water in their yards such as forgotten, buckets, garbage cans, or plant Trivet. These mosquitoes don't travel far at all. So if you are having a problem, it's coming from somewhere nearby. I am aware of that. I, I'm constantly aware. I am only aware of it because I'm a hypochondriac, so I am super aware when I see. Fountain in somebody's. This is so common people have will put fountains in their yards, which I don't mind the sand of running fountain is very therapeutic. It's very relaxing. That's just a fact. So I so I get why people put fountains in their yards. But a lot of times people put in their yard that's gonna make the yard nights, and then it shorts out or they, they just get tired of paying the electrical Bill or or whatever. And I see a lot of phones in yards that have not been run in just have standing water in them just still water and it's full of mice, and it's perfect environments for mosquitoes. So, yeah, I'm hyper aware when I see a hole that stuff, but yeah, we don't have. I guess we sometimes have screen doors, uncertain houses, but I haven't apartment. I don't have a screen door. You'd have screens on my windows. Continuing with Christopher Zemo if you have things that you don't want to or can't dump out like rain barrels, bird baths, rain, gutters. There's a fantastic product called natural DT's. That's natural d. t. s. which you can just very recently pick up on Amazon. We have been using them for years and they are a miracle. Each tablet will treat up to fifty gallons of water for sixty days. Well, that's guys that's actually great information look into natural DT's. If you're. In an area prone to mosquitos even if you're not in pro number -squitoes might get mosquitoes, pick some of that stuff up, throw it in your water, your giant water, your two weeks to dump out. There's a link, maybe I'll put it. I'll try and post this say this if I forget to you can remind me in the comment section. But it's called natural DT mosquito larvae side. By layer tablets to the species. You have our what we fight in our vectors for zyppah, dang gay in chicken. Ganja. Jesus have never even heard of that one terrified. They are sneaky. Little guys will often bite your ankles and quickly fly away before you even get a chance, which is why they're so good at spreading diseases. I remember you discussing Zico with busy a long time ago and thought I would provide something spooky. No, we don't know much at all about it. We have known about it since nineteen forty, seven, but it always stayed isolated in a small part of Africa, doesn't kill anyone. And the largest breakout was still less than one hundred factions. So we didn't care. Why did it suddenly exploded across the world? We have no idea in what makes it worse? Is that only one out of five people ever even realized they have. Oh, jesus. Nineteen forty, seven. That's actually believable. Oddly enough, I was looking up aids. Yesterday I was googling aids and HIV. Because of the storytelling show I'm doing tonight. I know that sounds weird, but. I wanted to just goes back to obsession with death and how what I aides really came in to. Popular cultural awareness in the eighties. But you know, trying to look it up because I was I, I wanted to have a rough time line of when I was a kid in thought. I had a. Because I saw so many news reports on it, like health reports on aids and HIV and how there is no cure and how deadly it was and how I was sure. I had it was like twelve or thirteen. I thought I had aids. I'd never even had sex had never seen a girls private, but I thought I had aids. Anyway, so I looked it up. It's another thing like, yeah, it was in Africa, you know, we knew about it since like the thirties or something, or even earlier. But again, it's one of the things that until it reaches a large city, people don't do a lot about, you know, why wouldn't you try and. Cut it off at the preemptive encountered off at the source instead away till it spreads to the world. Okay. So anyway, keep up the good work and keep safe from the -squitoes, Chris, that's great information. You guys natural net. It's not natural. It's natural or I'm sorry, Chris's probably listening to this going. No, you idiot. It's natural saying natural DT's DT s. It's an AT u. l. a. r. d. t. s.. Naturally DT mosquito larvae side. Maybe it's not DT s just. Keep saying this until I have it right because this is important. Natural order. NATO u. l. a. r. d. t. mosquito larvae side. Look it up on Amazon folks. If you have a yard with like large barrels of standing water and just drop a tablet in every you know, sixty days, it's pretty two months. That's good. I think we're at Italian. Think I'll have a guest next week, hopefully busies pie. This podcast busy TV show starts in just a few weeks now. That's exciting. And yeah, you guys are terrific. Thank you for listening. I appreciate it. I appreciate the emails in the comments go to. If you listen on, I tunes. Go to tune in to our podcast page and give us a review and give us some stars and that just kind of helps. Put us in the aggregate, feed on the. On the old items, it gets us up, you know, or people, they advertise it more than people see it, and we get more listeners than we save more lives. I don't know if we've ever saved a life but help raise awareness for health and taking care of yourself. So have a great week and weekend. Stay healthy. Take everything I say, take everything I said today with a grain of salt because we're no doctors by. This is fire fighter. Raphael Pori at for firehouse subs. Introducing the new firehouse pub stakes up with savory steak, crispy fried onions are rich, Belgian beer cheese sauce on tap for a limited time or yours at firehouse subs dot com. Today, remember a portion of every sub by helps lifesaving equipment for I responded via subs, joy, more subs, save more lives, limited time, only plus tax participating locations. Firehouse subs with the minimum one billion dollars the two thousand eighteen firehouse subs, public safety foundation by donating point one, three percent every purchase.

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That Gross, Fleshy Smoke

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1:06:52 hr | 1 year ago

That Gross, Fleshy Smoke

"Hey, there, we're no doctors listeners before we get into this week's episode. I want to let you know that our entire back catalogue of episodes in new episodes. All completely ad free, as well as extended episodes and bonus content. You can't find anywhere else or all on Stitcher premium head over to Stitcher, premium dot com and enter the code star burns for a free thirty day trial. That's S. T. A. R. B. U. R N S. Check it out. Thanks. Hey, what's up everybody? It's me Steve. Who else is gonna be Howard Stern? Is Saturday about that? It's Saturday June eighth. I'm recording this early for. Well, really mainly because I'm bored. Well. Not board. I was playing video games earlier. Like, yeah, you know, I should just record my podcast a day or three early. Day or three early. I had my tooth pulled yesterday or. I mean if you follow the docs. Is it no docs, yet snow? It's our. If you follow the weirdo doctors, Instagram account, you know that I had my tooth. Yanked out yesterday. I guess it's no docks pod, right? Come on AG. No. Docks podcast is the official at no docks podcasts. God, I have my tooth pulled out yesterday. So if you follow on Instagram you already know that. Guess what? It wasn't the greatest thing in the world. It kinda sucked. Actually. That's I'm being unfair. For as much as I have been putting this off for having to reschedule it, or whatever reason. It was nowhere near as bad in my head is I was building up to be. In there were two things that I was building. Number one was the actual procedure as like I don't wanna be laying there for an hour, why this guy chips away and tugs at my tooth. And as you know, my biggest reason for never wanting to go to the dentist is my vertigo. And when they lay me back in the chair, it's once I'm flat, it really fucks with my equilibrium. And with an upper tooth, they kind of have to tote you back even further to, you know, be able to see the tooth. And so that was really the main thing that was bothering me as just like I don't, I don't I don't wanna go in and get vertigo. I this is just I'm not ready for this. So I've been putting this. I don't know how long I've been talking about this tooth. You know, I did it's been a long, long time and. Of course, there have been times when I've had to actually reschedule because of work and stuff or family things travel. So it hasn't been hundred percent putting it off. There have been a few times, where I was just like I gotta get this over with. I just gotta do it. I got a practice what I preach on this podcast. You know, my main message is when something's wrong, go get it checked out, don't put shit off ever. And I've been the king of doing that for the past year, or whatever that this too has been fucking me up. And so. Yeah. There have been times where I legitimately. It was like I gotta go in and do this. And then something actually did came up came up south thinking. Yes, something came up. Something comes up. But there's also been many times where it was like a week before the appointment and I was just like not they're mentally was just like I can't do this. For whatever reason, like I was probably already dealing with vertigo. It's like I can't imagine going in and dealing with this. Giving having be even more severe. So there were times when I cancelled in. It's been so long in it's been doing a huge disservice to the health of my bone. My gums, and just my general Welby. I will say when he was pulling the two thousand as like, yeah there's the this infection. Has gone down into the actual bone. So he cleaned it all out, really. Well. Put like an antibiotic top on it and. And then he put the bone graft powder on it. He's like, I don't know how well this will take because they this powder. I don't know how it works but it's supposed to generate bone, material and strengthen your bones, so that in six months to ten months or whenever I'm supposed to go back. They can drill in put in an implant. So it takes awhile for the bone marrow powder. The bone powder, whatever it is the bone graft, it takes, you know, months for it to actually take effect, and grow and build up. So he's putting it in. He's like, yeah. This infection's gone down in your bone. You're so that's not great. He is. I don't know. He's like we're going to do this. We put the, the marrow, you know, we're going to do the bone graft. He's like, I don't know how well it'll take though. So we'll see in six months. So there's a chance I go back in and they're like. Yeah. This doesn't look great. Just, you know, have one less tooth back there. So who knows? My other big worry going in and having this procedure was dry. Sockets dry. Socket singular. I didn't have more than one two. And that's all solely based on when I was sixteen and I had my wisdom teeth out. And I got a dry socket in one of the. We're one of the teeth used to be, and it was like a couple days after the procedure woke up in the middle of the night, just excruciating pain. Apparently the blood clot had fallen out of the cavity you know where my tooth used to be. And it was just like expose nerve endings and stuff. So naturally, it's gonna hurt, especially when you just breathing in just air goes onto those nerve endings. So I just remember it being really bad. Also, as young and kind of pussy. But I did it and. Yeah. Got a dry sock in, I just I've built it up in my head is being the worst thing ever. I'm sure my kidney stones, my litho trop, see my lay the laser litho trop see to have the, you know, my last kidney stone out, and in the subsequent stent that was put in my urine bladder. I'm sure those have been way worse than. The pain I probably felt when I had my dry socket. I just don't remember it that well, so I was I brought that up to the doctor once I went in and. He's like, all right. He's like, I'm glad we're finally doing this. And I was like, yeah, I have to admit I have been I have put these off a couple times because. Of my vertigo. He's like, that's all right. He's like, we don't have to let you all the way back. I think I can manage. And I go in the other thing is just dry sockets, and he was like, oh, man, don't, don't worry about that. He's like odds. Are you will not get one? He's like, because once I take this tooth out. I'm going to, you know, suture suture shut, so I don't think you're gonna get a dry socket. He's I it's ver-. It's pretty rare, actually. It's like okay, well, I only bring that up because I had a dry socket when I was in high school. He's like you did. He's like, what tooth did you have pulled I go? I had my wisdom teeth out, and he's like oh yeah. He goes, it's way. More common to get dry. Sockets from wisdom teeth. I Don I didn't fi should have followed them nest y but he's like you're going to be fine. Don't worry about it that put me as. I was expecting this to take a long time even though I've heard people say it's really quick. It's like, yeah, that's what they said about my last root canal. I go. Yeah. It'll be quick and it was like an hour and a half to two hours because the route was all and it's it was the route on the two that I just had pulled. But it was like, because it was the back molars three routes in it. And he's like, they're just like old tree roots, and he's like they're just wrapped around each other and stuff. And it took forever to do that route. And so I go in and the assistant, the dental hygienist he was, like he's really cool, by the way, he's like, he's like, no, man. He's like the longest part is just getting you numbed up. And so he gave me a topical anesthetic on my gums, and then the doctor came in. Gave me, I don't know three or four injections around the tooth in my gum and stuff and. He's like all right now, we just wait for this to take effect. He's probably back in a couple of minutes. And so I lead, they're taking photos of myself in the dental share because what else are you going to do? And. Then he came back in and he's like, all right. Let's take this out. And I just kinda stared at a spot on the ceiling. I found like good spot position for my head right enough to deal with wasn't too. Dizzy, I was a little bit dizzy. I'm not gonna lie but I found a pretty decent spot. And I just stared. Just above the light. And. Hughes drilling and he wasn't even drilling. He was just going in like point stuff out and. He's like, oh, man this to this gotten so weak because, you know I had the root canal and that didn't. I waited too long my permanent crowns to just kind of has been disintegrating over the past whatever however long, it's been he's like he's like, you don't have a great place to grab on and pull this thing out. So it was coming out pieces breaking off. But still, he had it all done in, like five minutes. It was so awesome. It was literally just like there was no pain it was, you know, I could feel tugging. It was nowhere near as bad, as like a root canal or they're drilling. You can actually smell, you know, your, your tooth and the decay in the root, and the bone and whatever else just burning from that drill that gross just fleshy smoke. I think we will win. That gross fleshy smoke. Hold on. I gotta write that down. Okay. So this was way easier and quicker and. Like, all right. Come back in a week. And we'll look at look at everything take the sutures out if they're still in like they could come out on their own that could dissolve like. But if they're still there, we'll take them out. And CR everything looks and so I'm going back on Thursday. And I'm pretty stoked with the way. Everything went. So he gave me a prescription. I too have to sing antibiotics 'cause it was infected tooth, which is good because I feel like I have had this, like, low grade sinus infection because of the tooth as well. I've never felt sick from it or had a fever. But it's just, you know you can just tell. There's something wrong with my with my sinuses and usually in the mornings, I'll blow, my nose or something. And it's just like yellowish, discolored flim, or mucus that comes out that you usually have when you have a sinus, infection, only, I never really felt like I had assigned this faction, but I was like this can't be good. And it's just been for months. And so you gave me an antibiotic z pack is just five days. He gave me a prescription for just really powerful ibuprofen. Which I haven't even taken one, I didn't take any pain medication yesterday, it was that mild. Literally, the, you know, the, the aesthetic was probably all worn off within two or three hours and his never felt like horrible pain. Like I would put an ice pack on my cheek. Occasionally, but just out of just because they told me to do it. I didn't feel like I needed to do it. The pain was very, very minimal in almost not at all. In fact, today I feel a little more sore than I did yesterday. And I think most of the soreness is I poke around back there with my tongue. I think most of the soreness from where they inject inject the. Novacaine or whatever into your gums. It's like when gums are sore. Some not in a ton of pain. I, I did have a headache all night. And in this morning. I don't know what that's about. I didn't have a lot of caffeine had a little bit of. That's the shittiest part of yesterday was I took I went in, I woke up didn't eat anything just had some water brush my teeth when the tooth polled then came home. And it was like I probably eat something. They're like, don't chew on the right side. Your mouth, which is worthy. Molar was like trying keep all the chewing on the left side. Try and stick with soft foods, like oatmeal, applesauce yogurt pasta. As I. And I stopped at the store on the way home got a bunch of fruits and vegetables and stuff and made a smoothie yesterday. Like kale, and strawberries, and blueberries, put a little bit orange juice in there to make it a little more running. And I put some protein powder in. I think that's about it tastes really good. But then, like. Y'all know how paranoid I am with medication Cy really waited to the end of the day to start the antibiotics, and with a z pack, it's only five days of antibiotics, which is cool. But the first day you're supposed to take two pills right off the top like not one in the morning, one night, but like to the exact same time like a double dose your first day. So about five or six I took my first dose. Got about two hours. So I have to take my second one, but I took the first one and just. With an hour to my stomach was already feeling like gurgling. And I'm like. Like I can't tell if this is because of the. Antibiotics high dose of antibiotics that I just took or if it's because of the smoothie because it's like vegetables, and fruits and stuff in there and a watery. I'm like, maybe maybe my stomach's fucked up from that SM, moody. It's just a little gurgling nothing. It didn't seem like anything severe, and then I started getting the headache, which I was like, oh, I haven't had caffeine today. And so, I. I ordered like iced coffee from Starbucks. Through like Uber eats. And so he brought me this, you know, 'Grande iced coffee. And. Chugged it felt so just like really cold and caffeine wasn't even a caveat was nice mocha as I just want sugar. Caffeine, I just want to zap this headache away. And so, I drink this big coffee and then within like thirty or forty minutes. My stomach is like fuck this dude, go to the bathroom. You need to get to a bathroom really quick. And so I went to the bathroom and. Trying to figure out how to say this grossing. Anybody out it wasn't like it wasn't like full diarrhea. But it was just like. A bummer. I can't laugh too hard consigned my stitches to come out my mouth, I don't want to dry socket, so I can't laugh too hard. I'm also not talking super loud because. So my stomach was a little bit upset last night. And I can't I don't know. It could be from the coffee because that could do it could be from the smoothie, that could could be from the antibiotics, which is most likely. So I follow once that happened. I followed it up with I took a probiotic. And I took an activated charcoal. Tablet, which probiotics are great. Those have been real life saver. When I have to take antibiotics that kind of settle my stomach kind of balance everything out. Although I think you're not supposed to take it right around the same time as your antibiotic. I think he's supposed to give like two hours before after. Which I did. And then I love the charcoal activated charcoal, tablets. I get it. A whole foods because it acts like a sponge like whatever's fucking up my stomach. It just soaks it right up. But usually man would a combination of probiotics and charcoal, it like really. Just saw solidifies, everything really quick. It's pretty much. I told my friend Simon about it. He's, he's a producer. He worked on the guardians of the galaxy movies and. He's been taking some medication for like a year and. He's like he's like it sucks. He's like the medications working, but it's really fucking with my guts. He's like, you know, like bad bowel, movements and stuff. And I was like, oh, you should try take at least taking a probiotic I go. I take a probiotic, I'll take charcoal and he's like, all right. I'll look into that. And then, like two weeks later. He texted me back. He's like dude, this changed my fuck in life. He's like this is the first time any year where I'm having normal poop seen. He's like it's fucking great in the medicine is still working. So I'm a huge. Believer in that stuff, especially the probiotics, someone actually did on this podcast when I like a year sometime last year. I was talking about charcoal and probiotics and they left a message in the comments section. Or maybe they emailed me. In fact, it might even have been a couple of people that for women. I think the probiotics are fine across the board for people you may want to ask your doctor, but. I mean, you can get them in any store. I mean, I get my whole foods are, but I think they have even ride aid and stuff. But like with charcoal, someone was telling me that someone had left a message that if you're on birth control of your own news taking birth control, certain birth controls, the charcoal for whatever reason can offset the birth control. So. You're hearing it for me. I do go crave. Maybe don't go crazy. Still just if you're taking something new, you should just ask a doctor just just for the hell of it wouldn't hurt. But. But. Ladies, make sure you ask a doctor if you're gonna if you're on birth control and you wanna take charcoal. That's my little PSA thanks to the listeners of this podcast, because I had no idea. And I'd been telling everybody else like oh yeah. Probiotics and charcoal. Do it up in someone. Like you know if you're on. Furor on birth control. Could really make it not work as a fuck. So I made a. Whenever I did. I made a correction on the next podcast. But I'm saying that again. Now. But oh my God that stuff really helps for my stomach. It's, it's great. I took it took some more this morning. I'm feeling great. I had some more pasta I had pasta last night and today. Like okay with doctors orders. I shouldn't be eating this much pasta, but it's for it's for my own good right now. And I had to, like, really overcook it because I just wanted it to be super soft so that was kind of gross. But. Yeah, I had some. Farfalla the bow tie pasta, had some of that last night. I had some. Actually, some baked ziti that I got down at the deli. The supermarket near my house today. It was really good. I got a big thing split pea soup. That's in the fridge for later love peace. Oop. Oh. A helicopter buzzing the building. So that's where I am. I'm still just hopeful that for whatever reason a dry socket doesn't happen, but it doesn't sound like it will. But this is also the cool thing. My doctor called me Friday. Well, I guess yesterday coming day night. And so the doctor that removed the tooth. Isn't doesn't really practice out of my dentist Dennis office, but he comes in there once a month to I think it's usually the, the first? First Friday of every something like that. So he's only in there for points to remove teeth once a month. That's why it's been so difficult also for me to get this done, as, you know, of course, I've put it off sometimes, but there's been times where it's like I got a I got a job or my mom's sick, I gotta go take care of her. And I'm like I got to reschedule like, all right. It's going to be another month. So. That's part of the reason why it's taking so long, but he did a great job. But my actual dentists dentists called me yesterday. Dr kashani. And was this checking in totally cool, like I've never had a dentist do that, like Kay just wanted to check your feelings. See everything went well. So big shout out to Dr Sally kashani who said she would do the podcast I gotta get her on here. Boy. And you can hear talk about how shitty might teeth. It's so weird. There's just nothing back. There was just feeling it's. Boy, you can bet like you can only imagine like the night before Thursday night. How much googling I was doing. Oh my God. It was so crazy. I was just sitting here on my computer just like checking every website for info on dry, sockets and tooth extraction, and bone grafts like. Really at an unhealthy level, just like making myself more paranoid, and I'd find some. Websites that were like it's very actually, very rare to get a you know, a dry socket in upper teeth removed. It's more common in lower teeth. That's like oh, yeah. I should end this search here. Just go watch TV now then. No dig a little more. Find out other shit. So I'm, I'm so glad this is over with. A lot of fucked up shit this year that kidney stone laser out on my body and then the stint and now this tooth polled. Now, what I need to do is once this is all taken care of healed up. I need to go in just get some cavities filled. 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But I feel just save for on my couch for some reason, even though if ends up fucking me more more often than not my neck right now or my back and stuff. But. I just I love watching shitty movies. An eating some junk food, and laying on the couch and then just kind of passing out staying there all night, the what, what is that in, I just can't seem to shake it? I just always kind of do I always end up there. So that's the tale of my two. I wanted to get all my neck really desert. I wanted to get all that out still fresh in my mind. That's part of the reason. I'm recording today Monday or Tuesday. Cz. Everything is still fresh in my head in my melon. I still haven't tried the monologue kissed side. I like you know, I'm gonna be on antibiotics possibly painkillers. I don't need to introduce something else yet. So I'll wait till I'm off the antibiotics maybe next week. I'll start the model Lucas somebody in the comments on this past weeks, episode was like my son has had horrible allergies. And he started taking it, and we just can't believe he hasn't been. Didn't do this sooner it's been a huge breakthrough. So. Mina, Lucas side way to go dude. Well, this has been half an hour, a what I might do is just stop recording now and then do similar later, now that I have the luxury of a few days, maybe some shitty will happen to me. Maybe I'll get dry sockets. I mean maybe just a couple seconds. You're going to keep listening in no time, we'll have gone by, but for me a few days will go by and I will have dry sockets. Hope not. Also, my doctor when she called me, a check up on me. It was like so come guide. You finally did that she's like you've really been putting it off. And I was like, yeah, I've definitely been putting it off. And I told her about the dry socket. She's like, oh man, you don't even have to worry. I well I've had them before. Just like with my doctor took the tooth out. She's like, yeah. There are more common though in root canals. She's like you don't need to worry. She's like an if it does happen, just call and come in, and we'll put some medication in there and you'll be fine. So that's where I'm at. It feels so gross. It's all shredded. And like there's stitches and every time I tongue just slightly touches it, it gives me the willies. All right, guys. Well, I'm gonna hit. Pause hit. Pause. I'm gonna hit stop. And then in the next day or two, I'll come back and record another half hour. Let you know how things are progressing. F-. Why my mom did call today, the bathrooms almost finished. She's doing great. I'm gonna go out tomorrow. Sunday. Spend the night I have to take her to the doctor Monday morning to get a check up. Tiger to our orthopedist so fingers crossed. We'll see how that goes. I think it'll be, you know, prognosis be a lot better than it was last time last time we went in. But I'll update you on that as well. All right. More coming up in one second. And we're back. Oh, jesus. For you. It has been no time at all has passed in listening to this podcast. For me. It has been. Four days. It's now Tuesday. I I'm so sorry. My air conditioner is on. And I gotta turn it off. It's just that it's ninety degrees out right now. And my apartment is like a oven, but dot is that sound you hear? That's worse than my air purifier. Sounds like I'm on an airplane. Folks, we are experiencing loud air. Hold on. I'm gonna turn that down. Turn it off. I'm an idiot. Wow. Not really is super loud. All right. Phones back on. Good thing I turned off the air conditioner. Now you can hear the fucking weed whacker. And you can also hear the ceiling fan hold on. Can't win. All right. So now the ceiling fan is off so you can now just here and chainsaw. This really sucks. I think that just started. All right. I'm gonna hit stop. And hopefully, okay, there we go. I hope it's just a gardener, just quickly trimming, some. Hedges or something. Okay. Guys is Tuesday. June eleventh. Oh my God. We're well into June. It's summer. I don't know why. Yeah, I guess I gotta tell you what day it is. Because I recorded for half an hour on Saturday. The day after I had my tooth pulled and then. Listen to that bullshit. I, I don't know what to do because I have to turn this podcast in this afternoon. Fuck. Okay. I'm heading stop. Hopefully I can wait a few minutes, and it will. Don't be finished. But I don't know what's going on. I'm gonna go look one second. All right. I'm back in. What's quiet for now? This is nowhere near done there. It's a tree trimming service. And they're not even closer like halfway down the block. It's just because I live in a canyon. This is just reverberating off everything. I swear to God I can't wait to move out of this goddamn place. This is just shits Ville. So we're going to have to deal with that. It's. I just want to turn everything off and go to sleep, and take a nap and just say, fuck it really not feeling it today, but I have to turn this podcast in. All right. Just. Just breathe. Steve. That sounds like it's so close. And I just went out to the street. It's fucking way down the block. But it's a whole crew, they've set up in the name by the neighbor's tree or the neighbor's yard, not neighbor. Like. Way down the block and they're just trimming trees. God damn it. Fuck in scream. You're gonna hear me lose my shit on this the second half of this podcast day anyway. So, yeah, it's Tuesday. Update you with everything that's been going on. The good news report is, there's been no dry sockets, and I think I'm almost in the blue in the clear from everything. I've read. Takes a few days to get a dry socket. Like blood clot has to form and then fall out, so. I can't even try. That fucking chainsaw. So it's now let's see Friday, Saturday, Sunday Monday. It's now day five everything. I've read online says the dry sockets usually happen like day, four sometimes five. I think I'm, I'm going to be okay. My stitches are still in. So I don't think anything's falling out the weird thing is, you know, I mentioned they put this bone graph powder in my sock it to regenerate bones. Everything was fine until yesterday while it's still fine. But they over pack it. But I keep little tiny bits of bone graft powder. Keep falling out. Obviously because it's just in the gums, it's not it's not the powder, that's down by my bone. So it's just all the loose shit starting the fallout. And. It's weird because it's like tiny grains of sand. So it's it does not feel natural. That's their heart is rock. You can't because it's like bone basically. So I just keep getting these granules every now it's not like a ton comes out, but every now and then I'll bite down. Like crunch in my teeth. I'm like, oh, there's another piece of bone graft. So I'm dealing with that. And I think that's because you know, they they pack in this bone graft. And then they put a what do you call a membrane over the socket and over the bone graft? And then they stitched shut. So it's like this little cap and that keeps everything from falling out, you know, blood clot bone graft powder, everything. And but that little cap the membrane. It's called a membrane. No. What's that noise? Hold on. Whatever, but that membrane is just like biodegradable you know, made a natural stuff in just disintegrates on its own after. So I think the membrane is now gone, and that's why I'm losing this powder. And it's kind of driving me crazy. The other night Sunday night, I was starting to freak out because I had a horrible taste in my mouth. Like just this weird salty like gross taste. It's like oh my God is my tooth infected which is impossible because I've been on antibiotics. But I think it actually came from I started. Rinsing my mouth out with salt water. That's one of the things that says to do, it's like obviously you can brush your teeth that are near the near the socket. But don't, don't brush around the soccer because you could tear the stitches and you can lose your blood CLYDE. And so, I. It's like one thing you do to make sure the wound is clean is too. Rinse with salt water and not like rigorously rents because you could still pull out the blood clot. But you're just supposed to put. Teaspoon, tablespoon of salt into eight ounces of water like room, temperature water or even warm water. I guess. And then poured into your mouth in just lightly swish it back and forth. And then the other thing is they gave me a list of instructions. I can radio instructions of it's like a things not to do for, you know, a few days at one of them is do not use a straw. Because the pressure from sucking through the straw, could dislodge the blood clot. So don't use a straw don't smoke, because I guess, that thins your blood and it makes it harder for the blood clot to coagulate. Another thing is don't spit. I don't understand that one. I guess, maybe that creates a suction in your mouth or something when you spit. And so I was realizing this as I was gargling gargling swishing this water around my mouth that I couldn't just go and spit it in lean over singing, just open my mouth, and let it fall out, which is fine. But then there's also just like little strings of drool like that are still clinging to your lip, and it's fucking disgusting. I think the bad taste in my mouth was from the salt, just like. There's another piece of bone graph Jesus Christ. It's kind of annoying. Yeah. And I started getting really paranoid that. Oh my God. I'm getting an infection and it says, one of the signs of a dry socket aside from the pain, obviously is. Really, how odor coming from your mouth from the wound? I was like, I don't like. Br exhaling into my hand and then smelling, I just kept going. Been smelling. It doesn't smell bad. Fucking tastes horrible. Like I do have a high threshold for pain. Maybe it's. Maybe I have a dry socket. I don't know. I think it ended up just being a salt water. I think. Turns out once I got this was, I was at my mom's house Sunday night, 'cause I had to take to the doctor yesterday morning. More on that in a minute. But I did find when I got back yesterday. To my apartment, I found that I had this like, prescription antibac- Mike microbial. I guess, like microbial. Mouthwash mouth rinse that I got. A couple years ago like two years ago. I'd like deep cleaning where they really just kind of went into the gums and stuff. This is gonna irritate your gums. So here's this, like, prescription strength mouthwash. That's like you know kills infection and bacteria. And so I found that there's no expiration date on it so using that and everything seems to be cool now. So. My sinuses also feel a little bit better. I still I think tonight is my last pill in my z pack that's been interesting. I know Saturday. When I. Recorded the first half of this. I said that fried I had like smoothing and then, like a large coffee, and then. And took a double dose of my CPAC antibiotic in just about ship. My pants. I've since been taking I think I already mentioned this. I'm still taking probiotics and charcoal as really helping for the most part. Jesus christ. Somebody else buildings doing some construction. Great, welcome to my life. So everything's manageable now. Although I still just get these every now and then just these really bad like. Gurgle. Gurgling grumbly. Just uneasy feeling in my stomach and my guts and. I can't wait to be done with this antibiotic for the first couple days, like just eating anything. I would e just didn't feel right? It's starting to get better. I been eating a lot of pasta, because it's soft, it's like you, I still beating softer foods, and I think for like weeks, I'm not supposed to chew on the other side of my mouth. So I have to just keep eating on this left side of my mouth chewing on the left side of my mouth. So it's been mostly like eggs yogurt yogurt. I've rekindled my love of yogurt by the way. I'll just pop opening yogurt. And just oh my God. This is great. I hear buzzing. The chainsaw idling great. So yogurt great. A lot of pasta went out to dinner nice restaurant with some friends last night. And I, I guess I'll have the pasta. Once the deal with Posta. Live in the present. Not the pasta. Jesus. I was horrible. I don't know if you've noticed but when I was talking Saturday on the first half this podcast, not laughing as hard or I couldn't be as animated, I still really can't because it feels like my stitches could pop out, even I can't I feel like I still can't open my mouth really wide. I feel like something may pop in there. I'm just really paranoid. I just want to make it to Thursday and get to my follow up with my dentist and just get the okay. That, like, yeah, everything's good. You can relax a little more. Like I had steak Sunday. Like I went to my, we'll talk about my mom, I went to my mom's house, Sunday because she had to be at her orthopedist yesterday morning, Monday morning. And so I had to driver. She's still can't drive and my sister is just really paranoid. Because my mom still needs help getting down steps. And so from the front of the house from the inside of the house, the foyer, I guess you would call it out to the driveway. There's. What is a step down from the house to the patio? And then there's two steps down from the patio to this walkway and then one step down to the driveway. Very minor short small easy to manage steps, but my mom still needs something to hold onto. And she can't really use the Walker going down the steps that might slip out push out from under. So I kinda after like she uses the locker and gets to the edge of the steps, and then I put the Walker down at the bottom of the step, and then I just hold her hand. I don't even she doesn't put weight on me. I just hold her hand for balance. She's doing really well. And she steps down the steps. But my sister is just fuck in terrified. So as I can you take mom to the doctor on Monday? She's like, Nope. Fuck that I'm not going to help. I'm not I don't want to fuck up in half her fall down the steps getting out to the car. I'm like Beth literally all you have to do is hold her hand. She's not like immobile anymore. Nope. I don't want to, I don't want anything to do with her falling in hurting yourself. I'm like cool. So I'll just drive back out from LA. Spend the night Sunday night. It's like I'm wake up early in the morning and tigger. The doctor, I don't mind I my sister's just being a little unreasonable. But my mom can't drive. So I went out Sunday. And I forget where I was going with this story. Oh, yeah. Like my sister made she's like a make dinner for us was like great. I go in the kitchen. A couple of hours later, and she's making stake. I'm like I just had a tooth pulled. I'm not supposed to have any hard. It's like this. She also had corn potatoes, and I was like, well, I can eat anything I managed that. And then I just got steak smells to good. So I just cut it up into really, really micro, tiny steak pieces and. It was fine. It was good. It was like the first really solid food. I'd had like three days. It seemed to actually settle my stomach. A little more. Now, there was something substantial in there. Not just something soft. So I took my mom to see your orthopedist yesterday. I don't know why. I mean, as a follow up, it wasn't like going for a purpose like you're going to go in. You're gonna get an x Ray. It's literally just I took her to the doctor, just so he could walk into the examining room. Go, how's everything going? She's like good. I'm getting around with a Walker now I don't need a wheelchair anymore. My back doesn't hurt. My hip doesn't hurt, and he's like, okay, well, see you later. It's like like all right. But she still has pain in her leg. And they're in he looked at the X Ray from last time. There's no break, there's not even bruising and it's really weird. You know, she had reconstructive knee surgery on her left knee. But the pain in her leg is just below the knee. It's really like our shin. I don't know if it's shin tibia fibia, but it's kind of like just below the knee and kinda just a little left of the shit. Which is kind of like where I get shin-splints, but she's been having this pain for forever, as I doubt it the shins point, although it just sounds like it's. I don't know. And she's a really mostly only just like, you know, like she sits at the kitchen table downstairs most of the day, like checking her Email and reading and watching TV. Or she's just, you know, hanging out on her bed upstairs watching TV, so I don't know what's causing the pain doctor didn't know it was like, well, everything seems to be okay. It'll hopefully just get better. He's like, if it keeps up he's like I don't think I need to see you anymore. If you need to come in. Whereas if you know, you're still having pain, and you wanna check up he's like I recommend senior GP your internist or whatever. So she is stronger though. She I mean she's really getting around really easily. Like watching our move around without Walker so swiftly. I'm like, I think you could probably graduate to Kane mom. But she's still a little unsure of I think she could use a cane. She's still eleven that bathtub the walk in bath. She. Keeps going on about how the greatest thing she's bought in. Like. In a long time. But the bathroom still not done. They're still doing construction, and it's, it's been a long bathrooms, turning into a nightmare. But at least the bathtub is done. So she's still using that and. I feel like I sleep much better at night, if I take one of these soak in the tub. She's like you gotta try it. You got to try the bath. I'm like, I don't want to. I've taken bats. It's, it's not as amazing for me, it's about them as it is to you who hasn't been able to for years. A similar bone graft powder. It's really weird. I'm excited. For this follow up on Thursday. I think they're gonna take the stitches out to which I can't wait for because it's the one thing I noticed more than anything, you know, when you have like a chip to or something stuck in your teeth or a sore on your Gummer, something like or you bite your cheek, and you have a sore in your cheek how anytime there's just something different. Your tongue automatically just keeps going to it like, oh we still there your tongue just keeps checking. Tung keeps going over to. Not right, where the, the sock it is, because I'm too paranoid about losing that blood clot. So I don't touch the saga with my dog, but I, I run my tongue around the outer edges like on my gums. And just keep feeling these stitches like it feels weird. It's just like why are we court or whatever, and it's there's a lot of? I watched a video Sunday night when I was really paranoid. I was like, do I have a dry saga of my mouth, tastes weird. I watched so many videos of like to. Extractions, and I watched tons of videos about dental implants and tooth extractions stuff that normally might have made me really nauseous, because some of the like I watched one of I actually watched the procedure of tooth being room of a molar. And then watched the pack if you don't have a problem watching graphic stuff like that. I highly suggest googling or going on YouTube, and look at molar extraction or. Tooth implants. It's pretty fascinating. And there's also if you don't like the graphic stuff, just type into Google and then click on video searches. Bone grafting or tooth extracting and there's there's animated. Videos, so it's not bloody or anything and they're, they're all really fascinating. Sunday night. I just watched those videos in. Just like watching these gory. Bloody tooth extractions as just like wow. That's what they were doing. In to me. I had this done three days ago, and I'm still alive. That's the best thing about once you do. Finally, just bite the bullet and have one of these. Any kind of medical procedure where whether it's tooth extraction, or you know, litho trop, so you get a kidney stone, removed or. Whatever it is. You know that you've been dreading once you have it, you feel like a rockstar feel like just this rock stars like, yeah, that's right. I survived a did it. Came out on the other side, I feel that same way whenever I fly. Like whenever I get on a plane and go somewhere like when I went to Austin. A couple, you know a month ago. Who knows like two and a half hour flight. Well, I ended up getting diverted to Houston, but just landing, and then walking out of the plane and through the airport terminal, there's just this feeling of, like accomplishment, even though all I did was sit still in a pilot did all the work. I always walk through an airport after a flight like really stoked and really proud kind of like a little kid who just went to the dentist or just got a shot, and it's like, yeah I did it. I just want to tell everyone, I think that's why people tweet and Instagram so much from airports. It's like they're trying to show how brave they are, and not really further followers for themselves. Like they're just reassuring themselves like, Yep. I'm doing this, a brave little boy. I'm going through this, and then it for me, it's usually when I land that I start tweeting and posting photos, like what's up Austin? Just like people are going to be watching, or looking at my Instagram or Twitter going. Oh my God. You guys Steve AG flew on a plane successfully. You guys did you hear about Steve AG? He flew to Austin what a brave boy. Just the most Monday. Why, why don't I feel like that? When I drive driving's more dangerous than flying. More bone graft powder. Why don't I feel like that? When I go to Starbucks and get out of my car, and I walk in. I'm like, hey, what's up? You guys. I just drove here, do I get a free coffee. So we should be so pleased with ourselves for the most Monday. Hey guys, I just cooked a steak didn't get food poisoning. I guess I'd I cooked well. I just made chicken. I didn't get salmonella. How about that guys? I just opened a can of soup cooked. It didn't get botulism. I think I'm alright. You proud of me. Oh my God. Humans just need so much. Reassurance. And. Acknowledgment. Look at me. All right. It's been out in our in this year. Hopefully next podcast, I record. I don't. I don't doesn't start with me going well fuck. Last Wednesday day after I recorded last week's podcast dry socket is in the hospital all night. It was really a disaster is one of the worst dry sockets in history. I had to go to the emergency room, not even a dentist. I'd go to the hospital. Anyway. Thank you for listening. You guys and. We really did this chapter in my oral life, his over. Hopefully while not over. I slept still gotta get the implant. Kind of excited about that have a big old fake molar back there. Did I mention I have a friend who had all of his teeth pulled out and replaced with implants, because he had such bad bad teeth? Not bad teeth, but. Like genetically, he he's just add like bad teeth to always having to problems, and he ended up just like getting all his teeth taken out, and having implants put in how crazy is that. But almost genius. Anyway, I'll leave you with that. And I'll leave you with this. Chainsaw. Still going. But at least we got through this. All right. Have a great week great rest of the week great weekend. And we'll talk to you next week. Thanks guys. A podcast network.

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I Guess Fog is Goth

We're No Doctors

55:24 min | 2 years ago

I Guess Fog is Goth

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That's m. e. r. m. I n. u. t. dot com to get your daily dose of true crime creeping delivered straight to your mobile device included show. Lou be whatever day you're listening to this on. Thursday. If you listen to this day at drops, happy Thursday, hope you're weeks been going real well. For me. Of course, it's Wednesday morning. I'm sitting on the couch. I can already tell. I'm going to have some serious allergies. Well, into this podcast. I am. He'll it to Goth club last night. Oh my God. I'm almost fifty. And I went to a Goth club. My friend had are my friend's birthday was last week. She got her party last night. Had a Goth club ear less. Sandra. And. I couldn't figure out why she would do it on a Tuesday night. It turns out, I think this Goth club is only on Tuesday nights, but it's only like once a month. So. I haven't even been just a club. I've been to bars, but I haven't been to like a proper club. Like ten years, probably. Just old and I never go out. I don't like going out and. So I went and it was fun. It was fun. It was just weird. It was gothic. It was funny because you have to wear all black to get in. Like if you wear, I have a friend who went to the same club once he wore all black black shoes, but the souls you tennis shoes sneakers and they had. White souls. On the sneakers, and they wouldn't let him in until he got some black tape. They gave him some black tape. He added potatoes over the white on his shoes. What the fuck again, it's not black enough. You got. People might look down at the floor and c. Feet. Would it doesn't even open until ten pm. So you get their ten or waiting around in the parking lot to go in. Ended up not opening closer. Ten thirty were standing in this parking lot. Everyone dressed in black. And then you go in as the loudest music you've ever heard in your life super loud and the whole, the whole club, the whole, all the rooms in multiple rooms. Just pumping fog machines, stuff like it's just Feigen. I could guess fog is Goth. Wait, wait. I'm coughing. Because I ingested so much fog machine fog. But yeah, I guess fog is God. Jio and as far as almost impossible to see, it's just. Really dark. They keep it really dark. There's some red and blue lights. It looks like my friend said it looks like. What someone in a movie would make a Goth club look like. It was like a Hollywood's interpretation of Goth club, but it was really fun. It really was so smoking in foggy in there that. I woke up, I woke up like half an hour. Just like wrecked my lungs. I, I just keep coughing and. Sniffling. Sure that didn't help help my allergies. I took a declared. I took his tech. A little while ago. I hope it kicks in. But yeah, just crank in Goth. Music was super lad point. You people were waiting in line to go to some do a ritual and you go down to, it's like a really long line and you go down into the basement into a room. That's full of candles and. Women in. All black, obviously, like black veils over their face. So funny. It was so dramatic, but. Is a good time. I got to hang out with friends who I haven't seen in a long time, so that was good. I'm trying to be more proactive. Not just medically. I mean, you know, the theme of this podcast basically is to be proactive and get yourself checked out and take care of yourself. But I'm also just socially trying to be proactive and go out more and do things because you know, because of my social anxiety, I find it really easy to. Just sit at home and go. Yeah, I'm too old. I middle age. I don't wanna go to a club. I don't wanna. It's the middle of the week. I gotta do stuff and no excuses. I'm trying to just go out and I'm glad I went out. It was fun. I had fun. I got to see. Seriously friends who I haven't seen in years. So the best part. The best part was about two hours into being sitting. We're sitting in a booth in this club, Fred, Matt. Do you know where we are as like? No, because I, you know, I've lived in LA for twenty years. I went to all the used to go to all the clubs when especially in my twenties. And sometimes they changed names, clubs changed names, but they're still in the same building. I'd never been in that club before. Although when I first walked in, I was looking around in the main room. We were in. As like, this looks really familiar. I swear to God. I think I've been in here before. But everyone goes, do you know where we are, where we are sitting right now. I go. Nowhere goes, we're in the pig and whistle. God I'm die. Careful with my laughing. Lungs are full of fog smoke. A set off coughing attack his where the pig whistle, which for those you or not in LA, which I think most of the listeners are not picking whistle is just a restaurant in Los Angeles. It's like barbecue and stuff. So patiently this Goth club, what's the month takes over a barbecue. Like. But in. Burma q. restaurant. Morrissey it'd be greatly disappointed. It's like. This is a big. It was like video a million times. Slick. I've had barbecue sliders in this Cup club. Fuck. Oh my God, my allergies. I apologize. I gotta move. Outta this fucking dusty old apartment. A Steve, what are you just clean your department? Visit cleaning. It's just. There's so many gaps in the doorway stuff cleaning the daylight, or it's. Pollen freely floats in here. I need a new Bill. I'm in a building that was built in the twenties. So it's just. You know, not ideal. It's very loud. The walls within the windows are thin. All close together tightly. Also when it's really hot out door, swell shut, it's really difficult to open my front door and get out. Yeah, I was like, oh my God. This is a barbecue restaurant. The Goths have taken over a barbecue, and it's really funny because. It's close to my apartment in. I have often ordered delivery from this place and they're open, really late like super late. But every now and then I'll look on. You know, I'll open the delivery app. And. To order something from them because it really close and I get the food faster. But every day did, and I think it is on Tuesday nights. I would get, I'd go and it'd be like closed. I'm like, it's like not. It's like eight or nine o'clock at night. It's like eight o'clock at night wise. It closed on a Tuesday, eight. I now I know it's fuck fucking gods. The sisters of mercy have shutdown sliders. Oh, god. Yeah, I was the fog was so thick. I ten minutes in this is going to be a problem tomorrow. Got. God, it sounds like I'm on my deathbed. So that was last night, but don't get me wrong. I had a blast super fun. What else? What else has happened to me healthwise in the last week. You know, as I, I want to say this as I'm recording this. It is world mental Health Day. I mean, look. Yeah, it's world mental Health Day. Obviously, when you hear this will not be world mental Health Day, but since I'm recording this on world mental Health Day, I just want to reiterate how important your mental health is and your sense of wellbeing because this podcast isn't just about. Physical health. Obviously, you know, although that's also important, but just as important as your mental health, if you feel sad if you're depressed or if you're having any other mental issues. Like for me, it was a suffer from. Depression, but that wasn't my main issue. My main issue is always panic attacks, which when I was younger, I didn't know where panic attacks, and I was too embarrassed to talk to anybody about them. I can't. I can't. Stress how life changing it was once I started talking and not just to therapist, which I eventually did. And even went on antidepressants which completely stopped my panic attacks. But just. Talking to regular people and friends. And I hope you all have people. You can talk to family or friends if not, there are hotlines. But don't feel like you're a bird and don't feel embarrassed. Middle health is not embarrassing it all. It's something that plagues millions of people, it's not your when I I had. When I first started really having panic attacks, I. Granted for me, it was pre internet. So I couldn't look look this shit up. And I was scared to talk to people about it because I thought they'd be like, what the fuck you talking about. That's insane. And I think a couple times. I did mention it like, hey, do you ever did it? Have you know, just all of a sudden feel like you're gonna die or get really scared. And your heart starts a couple of people, right? No, I haven't. But when I moved to Los Angeles. My panic attacks got really bad. Going to think it was my friend, Damon. Like the first person I actually said something to like, I just sometimes in public. I just we'll just on a dime, like start to feel really hot. Like my skin gets really hot and I have trouble breathing in. I feel terrified and my heart is racing like I'm having a heart attack. And the only thing that helps me is leaving wherever I am. Like if I'm in a restaurant, I have to get up and leave. And he's like, yeah, dude. That's a panic attack. I get those all the time. And hearing that was such a huge relief. And then I was like, oh my God, I, I feel like a burden has been lifted off just knowing someone else has this, then I would mention it to other people. It got to a point where I just didn't care who knew because I felt so good being able to relate to other people. So if you're going through shit. I can guarantee you, you are not alone. My my panic attacks would manifest themselves early on. Dave actually just became. Your standard run of the mill. Hyperventilating, like terrified, heart attack, feeling panic attacks. Which was the kind they portray in TV shows and movies, would you know just a stereotypical panic attack? I eventually grew into those. But when I first started having panic attacks, it was. Not that at all. It would really just manifest itself in. My inability to swallow. My very first panic attack came. I was. Six. I think I was seventeen actually. I went into the cafeteria at school. Is it a boarding school in Pennsylvania? I wouldn't in the cafeteria at school and all of a sudden I took a bite of food and I couldn't swallow it. I mean, I literally could not. And swallowing is like an involuntary response, like breathing or blinking. This is something you do and you don't think about, but all of a sudden I'm sitting in this cafeteria and my throat muscles and mouth tongue were not working in a way that I could swallow my food night, a spit it out. I was like, what the fuck that sent me into a panic where it was making it worse. It was so weird. I'd never heard of this like not being able to swallow. I thought I had some kind of fucking disease. I thought I was losing my mind. I was like trying to mentally force myself to swallow, which was not working. And it started happening all the time mostly in public places like on a plane or in a movie, and. I thought I was going fucking say, and I didn't want to tell anybody. Because that sounds embarrassing. As I'm saying this right now. I like, that doesn't sound basing it all. I have no problem saying, I've no problem talking about it, but at the time, especially as a kid, I was like is like, I'm weird. This is weird. I shouldn't have to think about swallowing. It should just happen and. That is something I kept with myself for decades. I shouldn't say decades but close to ten years probably I didn't tell anybody. You know, I. That's the weird thing about mental health and these kinds of issues is you find ways to work around them in deal with them and put up with them rather than face them head on and talk to somebody which you should definitely do. I would just carry tissue in my pocket because and I'm not talking about I couldn't just swallow food. I mean my own saliva. If I was on a plane, I would carry a bunch of tissues in my pocket and just spit into the tissues. Hold it up to my mouth. It's been and I was really sly about it. Nobody knew about this for fucking years, even girlfriends. But yeah, the best thing I ever did was just say something to a friend. You'd be shocked at how many people are on your side and willing to help you and care about you and have been there been in your shoes. I didn't intend to get this preachy about about this, but it's very important to me. Yeah, it was. It was my own personal prison for years panic attacks. And they just grew and grew until I didn't wanna leave. The house was a period where I didn't leave my house forever. And then I called oddly. I called Sarah Silverman one night. Crying, sobbing. Saying, I have not left my house in weeks months, and I'm at the end of my rope. I don't know what to do. I just want I, I just want to feel normal again. And this is a thing that a lot of people I've heard it so many times a lot of people with mental health issues who were struggling and keeping it to themselves didn't know what was going. Who'd commonly say, I just want to feel normal again. And sir was great. She wasn't judgy. She's a comedian. She didn't make jokes about it. She she could tell, I think in my voice how low I had gotten. She's like, I'm going to give you a phone number to my doctor. Please go talk to her talk to him and. I promise you, you can fix this. Couple of days later, I. It was very difficult to drive to an office in, you know. Beverly wasn't Beverly Hills, like century city or something. And sit in public I, it was the hardest thing I've done in a long time because I had become a shut in. But I went and saw this person and they like, I'm gonna prescribe some antidepressants. But these antidepressants really help anxiety disorder panic attacks, and I was desperate. I was desperate. I'd grown up going. I would never wanna take antidepressants. I don't want to numb my self. I don't want to feel like is b. Which never happened, but. But I got to that point. Whereas I, you know, I'd rather feel like zombie then not be able to leave my apartment. So I go, she prescribes some pills to me. I picked them up, took them granted for the first couple days. They made me really tired, but my body adjusted to them after a few days and within like three or four days literally that quick. I was out was going to out performing again. I was out visiting my friends. I felt like a new person I felt freed. So I'm saying what I'm saying on today. Mental Health Day is. Talk to somebody reach out to somebody whether it's a friend, whether it's a hotline, whether it's Dr. If you're suffering, allow yourself to feel better. Take control. I think you'll be surprised at how how well talking to somebody can make you feel. So that's it. Thanks for listening. Ending the podcast that's been twenty five minutes. That's bad. This coughing to stop. I want to cough the last of this fog juice out of my lungs. A. Let's do some emails. Maybe I. To think of what else. Has been going on medically. I feel pretty good been doing yoga. Once a week, I should do it more, but I've been doing it was against been helping feel good. I don't have back pack issues are a lot better. I feel pretty good now to thank God. Nothing like. Sore feet. I, although last night I had to buy shoes for that Goth club. Fucking by black shoes. And the only thing I could find at a day's notice. Were these black, Chuck Taylor, converse, high tops. Some looking at right now. They do look really cool. They are all black. The souls are black. Even, you know, on the Chuck Taylor on the converse on the high tops, they have their logo on like right where your ankle is, but it's like a white circle even on the issues, it's black, everything on these shoes, black. I didn't realize until I got dressed last night. I never wear all black. I've never worn all black. Even though I love black, I've most of my t shirts are black. I have some white ones. Some t shirts with, you know. Logos and stuff on. But. I, I. Don't wear just black on black black whom I Johnny cash. What am I. A Goth, what am I gonna? Thick, Goth still got the short for gothic, right? So weird. Goth was huge when I was in high school. I was really into a band called sisters of mercy. What am I telling you? This health podcasts. Because I'm speaking for an hour and I got a, you know what? Phil you guys in on my day to. It's not just health. It's, you know, I'd have some light hearted shit. Hey, what would it look like? 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There was a satellite, but they launched a rocket falcon nine. Into space from Vandenberg Air Force base, which is just north of Los Angeles and a few hours north of Los Angeles. They launched a thing into space from just north of us. I went to a friend's house Malibu for barbecue. There are about ten of this eight to ten of us in. My friend, Bob back who works Jet Propulsion laboratories j. p. l. for the cooler folks. Text to be about this rocket launch. It's it's like, hey, you guys. So you know there's a rocket launching from an airforce base just north of here. Is there somewhere we can watch it, my friends like, oh, yeah, just right at the top of my street here, zoo lives in the hills above Melba really high vantage point. He's like, oh yeah, we can walk up to the end of the street. And there's this little bluff. We could watch it from, and everyone was like. Yeah, but is, are we going to even be able to see it? How far away is it? I guess you know a couple that's like three hours north of here, two and a half, three hours. Yields up past like. Santa Barbara and stuff. They're like this little racket. Are we gonna be able to see it as like, I don't know. I think so. Then I was kind of like trying to play it now in case it was just a. A total washout. It's like, oh, I don't know. Maybe we might be fun. At least we go for a little walk and get some exercise. We go up. First of all, it's right at sunset. It's seven, twenty one is the lodge we have. It's the most clouds. There's a few scattered clouds and the sun is setting. So the clouds are literally like pink in orange and blue and. It was beautiful. I posted a photo on my Instagram. We'll give it right now. For real, go to my Instagram and we'll get the post. I did from a couple of days ago Sunday of the sunset. It's just a silhouette of my friends standing on top of this bluff. It's one of my favorite photos I've ever taken. It's now my wallpaper on my phone, but it was like that alone was just worth it. Just for that sunset. And then the rocket launches in holy shit. Could we ever see it. Just the trail was kind of little, but it got to a point like right up above us in the night sky. Where the the rocket boosters separated. It looked like just a huge explosion in space. It was massive. You could see over southern California. We had the best seats in the house. The only way it could have been better, I think is if we had gone to Vandenberg up in lompoc California, which is I tried doing that once I did that a few months ago, I went up to watch a rocket launch. The was far in it was four o'clock in the morning. They were launch. It'd be by friends. When out drove I right up to the gate of the air force base like literally like maybe a mile or two tops from the actual lunch. It was too foggy to see it. I drove so far, but it was still worth it because it was the one of the loudest things I've ever heard my life and even for like a mile or two away the ground or shaking your whole body, wishing it was on Spiring was mazing. But Sunday night, it was incredible. Those great view, and then the rocket, you know, the actual booster or what? I can't remember what it's called landed back at the air force, but it went up into space. Or I've been to the atmosphere and launched the satellite to go the rest of the way up into space. And then the rocket itself just went back down. It landed on the ground. It's amazing the things we can do. As first time they've done that done in on the west coast. I also believe it's the first time they've landed a rocket back on solid ground. The space x has been doing it for a while now, but they've been landing on these boats, these platforms out in the ocean, you know, away from people, but it was a full success. It was amazing. I'm so stoked, I got to see it now. I just I think of a space guy now. I just wanna go watch rocket launches all the time. What my friend George was like, that's the cool that might be the coolest thing I've ever seen in my entire life. Jesus. What is this DASS a podcast though? It's health. But I just had to say about those incredible. You could actually go and look at. Video on Lloyd just type in. SpaceX? Falcon, nine launch, October eighth. I, I don't know what the date was Sunday. Beings video. It's frigate impressive. I'm trying to curse less. That's what I'm saying. Frigate sailed like square. All right. So I actually over the read an Email that somebody it wasn't an Email. It was a comment on last week's podcast. Actually, there were a lot of good comments mostly about my itchy legs. Who is this person Anne. Username. A Harlow Turner will well, she posted on the in the comet, so I don't know if that's your last name or sorry if you did what he's saying your last, but it is in your username anyway. Anne wrote. Stop scrubbing Steve. Your skin only renews every twenty eight days. Oh, I did not know that. I know nothing about skin for ginger. Always skit issues. I should pay more attention and learn more about my goddamn skid. Your skin only renews every twenty days in over foliage eating can cause further dryness. Well, that would explain a lot of what I was going through a weakened Africo by the way, update my legs do not anymore. They're fine. I did stop exfoliating inscribing them constantly. Yeah, I'll only do it once every twenty eight days. How about that? Any keep applying moisturizer day and night and avoid using really hot water in the shower per disease. Also drying drink plenty of water to, I did know that about hot water. For some reason, I forget. I think last time I it's, I'm skit issues. I was reading, don't use hot water. So yeah, I stopped the scrubbing. My legs have not. It's a week since like the last since I talked about this on the podcast last week may lay legs have been fine, happy to report. So a pick like one, maybe I'll do like the first. Maybe the first of every once will be scrubbing day. But I got to admit. When you have an edge, nothing feels as good as scratching. I know I dog sit there and do it all day. That scrubbing with that really dry brush. While dot great for me while doing it every day God damned, it feel good. Just. All also I gotta say one of the best. Things I ever bought a best inventions ever back scratcher. I have a wooden back scratcher. You know, I live alone. I don't have a wife. I currently don't have a girlfriend. I can put lotion everywhere. I can't reach the center of my back and so every now and then I will get it. The center of I back the drives me insane. I try not to scratch, but then I'll grab that back scratcher. Oh my God. It is just like it's orgasmic. Oh, Jesus. And you don't have to leave a come at saying, there are ways to get lotion on your back. I know they have these things that have a handle this as long as the back scratcher. But on the end they have like this foam is kind of pad and you can put lotion on it. I didn't know. This was the thing until I went to a store. And site, but sought at CVS actually bought one awhile ago. You can put some lotion on it and then apply on your back. How about that guys, the more, you know. So thanks for that anti. You'll be happy to do. I really quit the scrubbing of my skin. Yeah, maybe that's why. Skid isn't so fucked up. So there is a comment from. Username, mishmash. Looking at. I'm looking at the account, it's private, but I think. Her name. She Michel are Mike. I'm really bad with. It's FICA today, but the I has one of those little. Angled dots over it. I fifty, I am fifty. There's no excuse for not knowing this shit other than flat out laziness. So. Mike slash. Michelle. Apologized for. Butchering your name. Any Hugh, thank you for continued clockwork for your faithful listeners. I think talking about putting out this podcast every week. Without Michigan, which boy, I, I'm shocked. I've, I've been able to do it like this. It was so easy. With my old podcast, Steve AG it was just me and shooting the shit with my friends. I didn't like always ask. I didn't at that time. I didn't think I could talk for an hour by myself. I didn't like doing it by myself. So if I couldn't get a guest, I just wouldn't do an episode. It was very easy to go weeks months without doing an episode. It was. So I did my podcast so infrequently I did to one hundred episodes or ninety nine episodes over the course of like four or five years should have been way more actually had like a few hundred episodes. In that time, but I just I didn't have the about listeners that I have with this podcast. So like do you feel an for of pressure and obligation because there are more people listening, but you know, it's also a free podcast. You're not paying for it. Why. And what do I care if I miss a couple of episodes. But. The subject matter on this podcast means a lot more to me than just a podcast where shoot the show with my friends. So Ed, the responses have been awesome. That just kind of keeps me going anyway off topic. This episode was especially amazing the alert going off of presidential or add seen it earlier on Instagram, and as a Canadian, it was so weird. I need to write you an Email as soon as I'm a bit better, at least I hope I get better three weeks, constant pain, three weeks, constant pain in my back down my right arm, three visits, three visits to the emergency department in this many weeks. First female doctor says, I have muscle sprain after touching my shoulder and dismissed me so fast. My husband second time taken by ambulance. Pain was so awful. Any movement caused searing pain. Now, my arm to my middle finger the doctor in the. ED. I think you guys call emergency department. We caught emergency room. You know, we have a little differences in our countries. The doctor in the this time asked more questions. Yes. My doctor gave me muscle relaxers did not work? Yes. Taking extra strength Advil by fistful, no relief. He ordered an urgent MRI prescribed a higher dose of ibuprofen next day. I got a call in one week. I would have an MRI live in a small small small town hospital to MRI machines, going twenty four, seven in through my family doctor. I would have to wait until November. Third. Oh, Jesus. If the emergency. Department doctor didn't submit urgent requests. So I got the MRI technician noticed modeling on my painful arm in in the upper arm told me to go back to the are to get Doppler ultrasound. I don't know what that is. I've never heard of a Doppler. I've heard of Doppler radar. I don't know about Canada and other countries in the United States. There's this thing called Doppler radar the. The. The weather departments use your track, the weather. They, they thought I had a blood clot, perhaps Nope, five hours later after the MRI in in Doppler I go home Friday, Saturday just passed. I get come Monday swimming. This is just recently like this past Monday from family doctor, seeing results from MRI are in need to come in. Of course, I panic majorly. So I have something called cervical. Stenosis with Milo pathway in c, five, c, seven's mine, Google. Basically, if I don't get spinal surgery pretty quick, I can end up with only the next step to this degenerative disease, which is becoming paralyzed from the neck down. Fuck me, right. Some symptoms of this are grinding noise my neck. If you roll your head in circles also usually happens with Milo path e. Also usually happens myopathy at or around sixty. I've in my forties. Oh, and when you did episode about foot pain, I too had. She, he's I too had foot pain and had ultra sewed, turns out. I need surgery there to to cysts on the ball, positive my feet and planter for shi'as, which is quite common in people with high arches which I have. I know so many people with planner, fish fish, Itis right now. Suggestion is to get orthotics. I buy good foot doctor and stretches, etc. To get your foot pain. So get your foot pain. Look that you got me to my doctor. Well, I'm glad you went to your doctor. Mich- call you Michelle. I'm glad you. I am so glad you went to your doctor good for you. I really, I left a comment on this just a little while ago on Instagram, but. Please get this fixed. I hope the surgery is does what it needs to do. This sounds terrible. I, I have to look this up at. Please keep me updated. I'm very interested in this. Hanging there, be brave and do what you have to get it taken care of. And thanks for the comment on Instagram means a lot. Thank you for sharing. Oh boy. The human body is just. I'm surprised we'd live as long as we do so much. There is literally just so many things that can go wrong with the human body. Just things that I, that's the other thing about starting this podcast. Is there is things just from emails and comments from you guys? I hear things that I'm like, I have never heard of this before it my life. I didn't know this was thing or this was a thing. So you know, be kind. This is the other thing be kind your fellow man. So many cuts you off in traffic. Just let it go. Don't scream at someone. Don't yell at. So. It took me a long time and I'm still working on this to just not get mad at people like in traffic or someone just talking on their phone in line in Starbucks in front of you hate like that's consider. Maybe they're talking to their doctor who does. You don't know what people are going through in their private life. You know, medically mentally. Emotionally, we all have our shit mid. Very few people are are perfect. I don't think anybody's perfect. I think everyone has some form of bullshit going on in their life to one degree or another. So. You know any, you can't always tell you usually can't tell by looking at somebody in a line or in their car. What's going on? I remember I think I've said this before, you know, when my dad was dying and I was constantly driving out. To visit him in the hospital. It'd be sitting in traffic and I just this is like a first for me, I, this was kind of eye-opening thing. I would just look around at people there car. I, I'd be like fac. She doesn't know my dad is doing. He doesn't know by Stein. I would have her dad's even live. Maybe her dad has died. If not someday her dad is gonna die. Someday this person is gonna go through what I'm going through to some degree or another. We're all the shit together. Let's let's try and make everyone's life a little better. Be nice. Right. We see driver the other. The spurs. Baddie was Coleman dick about what shaping. How do you think women feel when they were skirts dresses shaping as a real thing? Deodorant can work in a pinch. I think how I mentioned there's stuff called collide or Goldman makes like a DR type. Looking stick that you rub on your skin where your your skin rubs together at a kind of keeps it lubricated so it doesn't shave and get a rash, which deodorant can work in a pinch, then your thighs smell like your armpit. Just as bad. I haven't thighs smell like. Coconut. Not too bad, I guess. Scrolling through comets. I haven't done that before. Just scroll through the comets too. To talk of the podcast. Usually just go to the eagles try to respond to some of the covets. Or let's look boy, it's almost an hour already. I won't do. I won't get into emails because I have to rush off to a meeting. But I am. I am psyched I am going to get out of this dusty ass apartment and I'm going to start doing. Episodes at Starbucks audio in their actual sound booth. So these will probably sound, you know, even moderately better if not a lot better, the quality, it's the same studio where they record the. The audio for Rick and Morty and it's it's really nice, and it's actually where busy that I recorded our first couple episodes before we started doing limit her house, and then eventually me just doing I'm here. So after this episode. The episodes should sound a lot better. Gotta have guests. Don't worry. View. I've been talking about getting your out of town right now, but they'll be here soon and have some great stuff to talk about. Interesting stuff. We did it. We did another one. I'm gonna go get the fuck out of this place. Run a bunch errands. Have a meeting, upload this. You have it by tomorrow. And yeah, thank you for listening. Stay healthy, be kind and have a great week slash weekend. Everybody. Thanks for listening. Bye. This is fire fighter Raphael poor yet for firehouse subs, introducing the new firehouse pub stakes up with savory steak, crispy, fried onions, and are rich Belgian beer cheese sauce on tap for a limited time order. Yours at firehouse subs dot com. Today, remember a portion of every sub you buy helps provide lifesaving equipment for first respondent, firehouse subs. Enjoy more subs, save more lives, limited time, only plus tax participating locations. Firehouse subs with donate a minimum. One billion dollars. The two thousand eighteen th firehouse subs, public safety foundations by donating point, one, three percent every purchase.

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Depression (episode rerelease with Andy Richter and Busy Phillips)

We're No Doctors

1:05:15 hr | 2 years ago

Depression (episode rerelease with Andy Richter and Busy Phillips)

"There's a new podcast app that delivers chilling crime stories straight to your mobile device everyday. They release a new episode that investigate the gruesome true acts of America's war Suo killers. And you can explore into the minds of psychopaths and murderers to get started finding download murder minute from the app store or visit murder minute dot com. That's M E R D R M. I N U T dot com to get your daily dose of true. Crime creeping delivered straight to your mobile device Gouda show. Everyone knows. Oh. Wording. Hi, it's me. Busy phillips. Steve AG and me Andy Richter. I am so glad we didn't record like twenty minutes before I realized that's the importance of you got to check the gray. If so smart safe sex goes, thanks. I just had a lot of racist stuff. You're lucky lucky. I was been right edgy plugged into the wrong input. Well, this is it we're no doctor days or in full effect. All slang was still a hundred degrees in Los Angeles. So fun. It's not I had the flu guys. Did you see you really watch my answer really quick? So you know, I have two little children as you all know, they both were felled by this twenty four hour. Headache fever. No throw us good. But just like felt like shit for twenty four hours. And what happened was with me that I got drunk in the middle of the day day trunk and then when your kids are feeling bad, you know. No, no, no, no, no. That's how you deal with you deal with it is that no no this was like they had gotten this. They had had had the flu like a week before. And then on Saturday, you know, we had had them for two days with no help. And then our nanny came on Saturday. And I was like let's get the fuck outta here. And we went and met our friends and my friends were drinking wine at lunch. And so then I was drinking wine with my friends. And then I got a little day drunk came home kind of passed out for a couple of hours, and when I woke up I had this insane headache and Merck's like, yeah, you're hung over. Like, you drank too, much wine at lunch, and you're hung over. Also, he's a dick also. That is not true. But but we were going to go see call me by your name with our friends, and then have dinner with them. So he's like you have to rally take some Tylenol, you'll be fun. You're just hung over. So I drank a bottle of water. I took some Tylenol really bad headache, though. This is weird. Like, I don't get headaches. We'll do a headache episode with Kellyanne expert where she can talk about her migraines. I don't know what that is. My sister gets them too. But anyway, go see call me by your name. If you haven't seen it emotionally rectum to make core. I could not stop crying. It's the first time ever in a film that I was embarrassed by how loud, I was like crying loud. Audible. How could not stop? I was snorkeling. Wow. Like, I was just like or flick? It was like trying to contain it. And I couldn't. And then it just would go. Ladies what a full day it was. And then we went to Kismet, and I got to Kismet and everybody was having wine. And I was like, no guys. I really still feel weird. I drank a coke because in my mind from growing up in my household helps your stomach. Here's how we handle any illness in the Phillips family household is Coca Cola and cinnamon toast. Oh, I dunno. Sure. Right. So I was like I had some bread, and I had Coca Cola, and I got home. And I was like I really feel terrible and marks like, you're fine. Take more Tylenol, you still hung over. I was like that seems ill go with. He's a dick crazy. It's really dictate the next morning. I was like no this is definitely off like something's wrong. And then I was just imbed then he was not a dick because you know, this Andy as a dad yourself. He took those children the whole day, and I stayed in bed. I watched the keeping up with the Kardashians show. Salaam run. I take a bath an Epsom salt bath. But I had that like my body hurt behind my eyes hurt my head hurt. I was just racked. And then. Fever. I took my temperature. I have I like have at their mom. I had to get rid of my thermometer. Because when ever I thought I was getting sick. I would just twenty four hours taking my temperature that so I don't think I've taken my own temperature in ten years. I got rid of my thermometer two years ago. I got rid of it besting fever. I don't I don't know. Like what difference? Does it make either? Headache? Advil, or whatever it proved to Mark that I was not hung over. I actually was felled by something. But I have. Bye. Years ago validating myself to my wife. I knew it was. Just a fee and task. We're into me. Oh, I don't know. I know that. You know cheese. Not that interested in me. Yeah. She's not that interested in me. That's that's a bit. Yeah. Yeah. No. I just don't I am getting over like, I I'm I I'm getting over a two week kind of cold head cold thing. And I just went to the doctor yesterday morning because I had some time because I have to be an announcer on dog show. So it's sorta helpful if I can talk and the doctor was like did you ever have a fever during the whole? I was like. I don't know. Why would you know what I don't know? What? I never noticed. It doesn't. I mean, not took medicine, but I I didn't take my beaver because it's like, I don't, you know, I don't know it doesn't. It doesn't it doesn't occur to me to do it. Yeah. I don't know what occurs to me. I love knowing my temperature, right? Right. I would obsessively do it especially in the winter. And I was also obsessed. This website is gone now. Thank God with a website called Google flu trends, shutout which was a map of the United States up showing where all the we're the flu was the where sopping up, and so I was always checking like daily both my kids got their flu shot this year. I have not I've gone one. Mark has not gotten one. I think Ileana our daughter's. Nanny got hers. Yeah. I'm not sure they give them out at the Warner Brothers, Jim. So yeah. Do it. Like, you just it's on a set though sets are like just he's breeding grounds because it's like two hundred people all eating the same food. Yeah. The same thing. I it's the people that were entities having kids because even like my daughter's twelve but she's still like sneezes into my face. It's so gross disgust. Instantly. Bernie did at this morning. I was like what dude what why or shall or? I'll be sitting like watching TV and just out of my periphery of grubby hand will shove food in my mind. And there's no like any, Sarah. No. It's my daughter. And so it's like and her hand, even though she's twelve lake her hands still. Shield's my hand. It's like we just gluing for mica. Floors. What's going on with those weird? How can they be greasy and stick? It's so funny. I relate so deeply flake really really in dense having kids as a whole thing. In Chile, and we've added these cats and do it. I don't know why we have pets in. I'm always shocked that you've dog we have two dogs. Like, I'm shocked air it. Lord you. Bird because my son wanted the dog terribly. But he was so allergic, though, we just were well it was mostly made to because I actually kinda liked birds. But you know, I mean, I'm not crazy about them this clock all the time. It's it's actually it it does occasionally, but you like. It you get used to it mostly is just a pain in my because I'm like, I am his chosen love like, I m his bonded to you. And so it's basically okay makes little squawking noises and it gets it ebbs and flows. Like, sometimes it's all right? And he just kind of he's actually a really good pert his birds go because there are do they live wherever he'll be you will live about thirty years. He's ten now. Oh my God. I've heard that people have to will birds. Yes because. Yes. And toward. All right. Here's Alex not. We're not a bird person. But we got him because we thought well, we'll get a pet and my son liked it having a bird, and he does. And he's a good, you know, he likes everybody wander around the house. And now now he does this really thing where he loves our dogs when you feed the dogs because I put a little ladder up. His cage can get off the floor and run around and get back, and he will come down off his cage, and they do this. They do this like head, Bob, you know, like like like back and forth. And what it's a it's it's a gesture of like, a parental gesture to regurgitate food. Okay. But it shows that they're excited to see somebody. And like something like, he'll do it to me. Sometimes when I come home, and he'll be like, you know. On the floor. And and our bigger dog. He gets right up by her bowl and watches her eat and just his head bobs. And like I put him in. Put a video of it once on Twitter, and I said he loves to watch a big galley big L. But he just gets so excited and then the dog the dog by now just puts up with him. And they and birds are weird too. Because they're not cuddly like sorry. I yeah. I don't feel this. How do you? How do you know? They're now they just wanna be near you like so like to them just being near them like when you see two birds sitting on a wire, that's like just next to each other. That's the equivalent of like dog's gotta oh, all right. We learned something on the show today in a pile. Oh. Wire pile Dodds, laying a pile. Children. Yeah. So do the Olten twins. I work with them. I should have just been cared around New York. A New York minute. Remember, New York Amena and my daughter one of my daughters. Friends was like obsessed with New York minute would were they were they were like alternately. Like seven year old acted like like little children. And then like cigar chomping old show biz professional lady glamorous, I really liked them. Both. They both were like, really cool and really great. But in between shots they had these like. You know, like an kind of an entourage of women, and it was always sort of like, they would just go lay in a pile together like them, and they're sort of they're sort of like surrogate mom. Play really would think about agency ugly. Yeah. But they had like so many licensing deals to Wade through the thing had a lot man air system. From the avengers older younger younger, Elizabeth they're the oldest the twins are the oldest. Right. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I think so I think so. Yeah. I believe that's true. Yeah. My Olsen Nanri wind river movie hill. Elizabeth all say. Yeah. I didn't even realize that inter it's great. It's great. It's kinda rapi. Oh, I can't. Yeah. Problem. I like I was going to tell Sarah my wife to watch it. But I was like a told her I because I saw it on a plane. I think and I told her it was really good. And she's like, oh, maybe I'll watch it. And I said, it's. Heels with problem on the Indian reservations. Yeah. And I want to watch it. Okay. Anyway. We want to especially last week. We didn't do an episode because the thanksgiving, but we are busy. Barring depressed feet, right? Well, I always have some sort of depression slash anxiety disorder that is either Medicated or unmedicated depending on the year, currently unmedicated. Yeah. No, I've been Medicated for fifteen years. Still get seasonal depression like this like just before thanksgiving till Macron New Year's just feel bummed hours happened forever. Yeah. Yeah. Do you think that the time change has anything to do with it? Steve that it's like people circadian rhythms. Get all messed up and you get like like the earlier. Four thirty. Also, it's always just been an emphasis on being happy you're inundated with by this for your family. Do this be happy in it makes me feel less happy. Yeah. Or like, a blah obligated to write happy, which one you have in which when you have depression is impossible. Yeah. Yeah. I I I loved the thing. Andy sharing you guys follow Andy on Twitter. How many fathers you got two million five? Oh, no, not even a million yet. It's getting close. I think you don't need nine. You don't need a million on the millions too many people. Yeah. I mean, and I always feel like when you find out how many of botch. You have that. Then it's sorta like that takes away. Although I think the last time I checked my real followers were about seventy percent. So really kind of not bad million one hundred thousand and then I deleted my account like in two thousand eleven really. Yeah. Why did you delete? What's your why? I was getting a lot of them when I first signed up for Twitter. I did this stunt I guess for like if I get five thousand followers by Friday, re do a live streaming video, and I will read. Every single one of their names. And I did and also grain Wilson and James Gunn saw me tweet that and so they re tweeted it numbers started fucking going way up and then on that last day the Friday, just coincidentally in a perfect storm Oprah did a show about Twitter and signed up for Twitter, and I was on a list because of this thing that I was doing where if people were signing up for Twitter, they would automatically. Yeah. And if you didn't click the box were automatically following me. And so I got like five thousand followers just that day alone because of Oprah and eleven so the next Senator Blige to do that yet. And I was on that list for forever. And so like I quickly over a million dollars. But they didn't know who I was. And so every day, I was dealing with who are you fucking? Why am I fucking? I was getting so sick of. Of seeing that like twenty times a day it get to you. People hunt anymore. I not anymore. I don't check it that much. I go on all tweet info or shows or horrible shit about the president. And and that's it. I don't dwell on Twitter. I'm mostly Instagram, horrible shed. Mostly now, it's hard not to. I mean, I it's the only one I do like when you say, no, I mean, I don't like my wife is on Instagram now, probably more than Twitter, and and she always and my daughter's on Instagram. I follow your daughter. Daughter. I just feel like Twitter's already a big enough time suck for me. And I do use it. It's it's still is a good thing for me because I use it. As a news feed. Like, I most like a movie comes out and Twitter as aware of it. Because. Yes. Or somebody writes, a really great piece in the New Yorker and Twitter is while I'm aware of it. You know? Hey, what's up everybody? It's your boy. Steve here to talk about socks dot just any socks bombos my favorite socks in the world. Ever. I have always been. Dissatisfied. But just apathetic about socks. I'm almost fifty my entire life. I've never had a pair of socks that. I put on and was like. 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I just enjoy women's company more than I enjoy groups of men, and I have great male friends. But I I. No. But you know, what? It's like, I'm not a big sports guy. I just feel like there's a lot of like typically male shit that I just don't partake. And and I just think like, I don't know. I just I I was raised mostly by women. I think I had dente fi strongly with women, and I like hanging out with women, and I have more fun hanging out with women. And if there's like if I go to a party full of strangers and the kitchens, pull the women and be living rooms full of me. I'm in the fucking kitchen the same way, he's the same kind of dared. Yeah. Yeah. Although, you know. This is all preface by the fact that I think most people are awful. Which is going back to my original point is that I do tend to isolate myself, and I do and Twitter is I can sit there at ten o'clock at night and be joking with friends, and and it and it is the same as sitting around. I'm not exactly the same. But very similar and still gives me a sense of community and enrichment of like connect and hanging out and being stupid and being funny. And you know, and I mean, and I have like people that I legitimately consider friends who have never seen face to face. And then I, and then I also have very dear friends that I met because Twitter, you know, and they're they're RL friend. Yeah. I mean, I talk about that a lot which is the I I hate this idea that like people that you meet via social media are not real friends. It's like people have these like intense. Really amazing with people. And that's what addicts best. Yeah. We all know what the fuck. It is at its worst. Yes. At its best. It's like connecting you with people that you would maybe never get a chance to me or speak have something in common with and bringing us together in the late nineties and early two thousands like when dating websites just started happening or even social networking and people were meeting, you know, their future wives or girlfriends. It was really tabooed say we met on the internet. I it was really like kind of like embarrassing to say we met on the internet. And now, it's just like. People magazine that she met her fiance kind of via social media like she'd knew he was they knew who each other where sure and they met on Twitter, whatever I also think especially on Twitter, and I imagined on Instagram. It depends on what kind of person you are Twitter's very suited to me in like. Terrible attention deficit on me. And I mean, I have a terrible attention deficit. So short quick bursts of well-crafted jokes like little, you know, like, and and like that less than one hundred forty characters and seeing how like getting to it as kind of like I've said before like a small a art form. And then when you see other people and some of them are like wherever there in Kansas or wherever and they're doing top quality funny shit. Right. So it's it doesn't matter their age or whatever. It's like it's like, hey, that's that's somebody. That's like me. We have not. I'm not gonna let call anyone out. Andy bet lake I get super super fucking bugged when professional comedians like accuse these random people in the middle of some I understand sometimes people steal jokes. But also like sometimes people just have the same observational humor. Didn't fucking invent parental humor. You know what? I mean. Like, my friends living in Arizona reason kids are like thinking a lot of the same ridiculous ship as like sure you fucking professional comedian. I have like had moments before where like they've had to like call it out. And like, dude, I tweeted that some woman from Ohio like some mom blog are like I tweeted three years ago. Like, I wasn't stealing. You're doing it. In my stand up. Like, this lady doesn't fucking no guy is we're all the same way. I'm a full believer in singularities. So I feel like we're all having the same thoughts at the time. Anyway. Bug to like when people get all up in their high horse about lake also on my here's my feeling about that kind of stuff, and I understand it's a different thing. Stand ups. It's their business. It's their like product. But my feeling is always been, and I've had people steal things from me any even professional way. Like, and and so I was just feel like I'll make more more. Go ahead habit. Interesting. I'm relying friends with this business woman who has been ripped off a bunch. And I'm like, I was talking to her about it. And I was like what do you do like in those situations? Do you d- litigated? Do you do whatever? And she's like, no, I I have plenty of ideas. I'm like not worried about my out like it's a bummer. But you know, I that's what it is to be a creative person. Right. When you come up with an idea. I I know a lot of writers and directors who won't open their Email. Nls on like social networking from strangers. Because a lot of people are like I didn't idea for a movie in here is. And if they somehow happened to write a movie that has the same premise, they don't want to assume because the person will be like I set him that that idea in the Email in Email, so they just don't open emails from strangers that seems reasonable time famous directors are getting e mails from strangers anyway. But I guess this on social social. I don't read a ton of my DM's, the ones from people that I don't know. Like don't follow. Do you? Look, I don't even mind you're close to people at it. They're not. So it's gotta be following me. An order. And people that I don't know very, well, we'll sometimes DM frequently with the request for something. And I'll do their medical podcast. Is that weird? No, that's people. No. That's that's people that text you directly at home. You. Thank you, are you in LA. Yes. New york. We knew we were well we were in New York couple weeks ago, but we're in Colorado last. Oh, that's what family thanksgiving so in. Okay. So all of this is around about way to talk about depression, which is that on Twitter. You had kind of an amazing breakdown. Some fucking asshole tweeted, something is crazy. Always people who don't suffer from depression. Person. Well, that that person was tweeted into my time line by one of my followers and somebody that I interact with regularly in like, and and I just like, I will this whole thing about you know, punching up and all that kind of stuff if somebody says something stupid enough, and I can get a joke out of it. I'm just my, you know, I'll quote tweet them, and and say can let your because I do feel like there's part of me like I understand the responsibility of having a lot more followers than somebody else. But also at certain point, I'm fucking person with feelings kind of this is a play ground. Great. If you wanna come on the playground and say dumb shit somebody. I'm not I'm not saying. This this this might be too Korb like because there are definitely is sometimes especially with people who say like really anus racist, whatever's chip, you know, there you have certainly tweeted people with a sorta get them, boys. Right. Right. Kind of feeling if I feel it's warranted. But this one was just it just it just, you know, it's just fucking hit me the wrong way. And I was in a in a just was in a mood, and I really and I tweeted back. It was depression is a choice tweet it back something like, you know, who's to you know, I said go fuck yourself as a directive. Yeah. That's right. And then and then I and I was just thinking about I was driving my daughter to school. And and I mean, it's it's it's like saying to somebody diabetes is a choice and saying that to somebody who has like I have a sister that has type one diabetes, and if somebody had said that to her with the things that she's been through and the end the fucking like lodestone that she has had to carry through her life from this thing that she's not responsible for that that just that hit her that it was just it was dropped on to work and to say like that's a choice. You know? She would well first of all it would be absurd. It would be as as absurd saying depression is choice. And I actually I was driving and my daughter was in the car, and I was like. The you know like could feel posing and fuming, and I had actually did pull over and I just I just kinda. You know, said this is something I'd had with me mine tire life, and I have. I have you know, it varies to wear like, I sometimes have the suspicion that like I'll never enjoy things the way that people do like never I will never like, I even have sometimes. You know, like like the relationships in my life like 'em. I like went on loving, my wife Iman loving, my wife and feeling the same thing that healthy people, and and that in of itself that sort of like mistrust for your own place in the fucking universe. Right. That's it. That's like the minimum of it. And then like I said, and then the on the other spectrum is feeling like like being dead would be a gift and. Gimme a minute. I know I'm now I'm starting lake and who would choose this. No one she shoes to feel like fucking insane. Yeah. I choose to like really feel like. Like, I've got a like just a gross fucking monster. Like a lead. I've heard someone describe it as like that lead vest on you when you're the doctors for x-rays, just like just an additional weight that just holds you down thing about like, not trusting your own feelings is really really like our profound thing and lake to be able to articulate it in that way, because they feel like so many people that struggle with depression, anxiety, or any I mean, they're all different, you know, it can take so many different forms, and has so many different names and diagnosis is or whatever. But that thing of like, not trusting that what you feel is the same as what should you should be should right? Normal form thing to be feeling like I have also struggled without my entire light. I'm like, you know, I think that it's a really interesting conversation to have not enough. I don't think enough people are talking about mental health in general. I mean, the mental health situation in this country is clearly like out of fucking control. It's the fact that. I did a there's a guy named John MO who he used to have a show on NPR called wit. And the thing that he's been doing lately, he's Minnesota, and I was on his old show number of times. And now he's doing he added sponsorship. I think from it was like from something medical or or a RPG or something. I can't remember exactly. About. He did he has a podcast that's about creative people and depression. And what a what a what a commonality it is to find people who are both creative in depressed. And it's I think it's called I'm going to get the name wrong. And I'm sorry, John. It's I think it's called the hilarious world of depression. And I did I did an episode of that. And I mean more than anything besides Howard Stern like as you know, you can go on David Letterman or Jay Leno and here to people you go in our stern you for two years here. You know, every week somebody who Joan stern but more than more than anything else. This thing. I have people just coming to me and saying. Just as instance. Guy at the hell areas world of depression. Yeah. The hilarious. Yeah. And. A guy came up to me in. I was getting coffee in the Warner Brothers commissary and this guy with like a soft southern accent came up to me, look, really. But he's you know, we worked in Warner Brothers, and he just came up to me. And he said he said, I just won't tell you that the you doing that podcast probably saved my life. He said because. He said he said like where I come from. You can't admit. You can't admit I mean, and it's just like it's the simplest fucking thing in the world. It's like if you're walking around with a bone sticking out of your leg. Nobody would say why the fuck are. You know, everybody would be like Garth choice. Yeah. And. Fractures are choice. But this guy it was so touching to me that this has happened. And I am believe me. I'm like, I'm a fucking midwestern jn so performance celebrity. You know, saying my struggle might help others kinda shit was always seemed like such a such auto fillet xio that I just I I always be avoided it, but, but this is something that I really felt an impact in my life that that people just to hear it in two thousand seventeen to hear a grown man say I've been on medication. I have a problem with depression. I go to therapy. And that there's people out there who go. Oh my God. I didn't think that was possible. Raise fucking bananas. I totally fucking bananas. That that that that this isn't just a simple simple thing. I know what a fucking better world. It would be. Yeah. One of the biggest struggles with people in poverty is mental. Yes illness. Yes. If you could get I mean, if I ever get to a point where I can make money I'm going to go to poor areas and give Prozac out like fucking candy. See if that changes the moment. Look sake. Sure Jesus Christ. It's so easy. Right. And it's not easy. It's not it's nice. It's very hard and also in it's also complicated. And it takes time, and it takes money, and it takes you, know, perseverance. And it takes like all all different angles to, you know, some people get into cycles with eating and then they feel like shit because their shit, and then it's like it's a science figuring it out. It's something you can just go in and everybody's different. And a lot of it is over medication is over prescribed or. Like, I said earlier in the in the podcast. I have struggled my whole life and recently like in the past year, I've been really dealing with it by doing these like really intense endorphin workouts every morning, and for me it's been like buck in life changing lately. Yes. And I noticed a difference between the days that I don't do it and the days that I do it. Just get your heart rate up real high. Yeah. Frighten yourself. Really defray myself. It's on like, a mini trampoline. And it's like super like high cardio like hit kind of workout like interval ching cardio and like like wait little way than jumping around. And I do it for an hour every fucking every morning now for a year when I fell a difference. I mean, I still definitely struggle and have my days by I have noticed such an impact in everything when I do when I've been doing these workouts, I probably still need medication. But according to my therapist. I've been on medication for I don't even know how long twenty years, and I don't I don't look to get off it. I mean, the last I switched medications. I've had different store to complications with ones. And that happens I've been on. You know, I think the first one I was on was Zoloft. I don't even remember, and that's not like because of anything other than like, I just forget shit. Like, I just don't like I don't remember people spohn, I'm bad with numbers and on just certain things. I don't remember that age. And I, but I the most recently a couple years ago. I switch medications and the the sort of slope down the slope backup. I it was like. Any kind of notion that maybe I can get off this Mets because you do that. When you start on them, you you you question west, you will you question the U question the authenticity of your life while you're under a medication, right? You think like, okay, I do feel better. But this is still fake. Like, I still am using skin. I'm using a fake thing. It'd be the, you know, similar because I think we think like if you walk around high all the time a little course, you feel good. But it's not real. It's not a real satisfaction. It's not a real contentment. And I so I used to have that. But I don't anymore because just that like I say that period between medications it came right back. It came back that hopelessness that feeling of of nothing the thing. Sustains me nothing. Children job love life wife. Nothing sustains me. 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But I don't I don't remember the chicken all the little. Controlling what you're. Literally the best. I'm taking cricket to see cocoa today. But up until CoCo which this afternoon, I'll get back to you. I think that inside out is like the greatest fucking Pixar movie of all time children of all time. Just in terms of getting kids understand your feelings. Are these little things in view? You need to take care of the I actually listened to that one of the one. I mean, my my mother was oh, and this is I'm I'm lucky in this sense. The my mother was always a believer in because my mother suffers from depression, and she was always a believer in the talking cure in therapy. Even when we were young. And like, you know, there was there were dynamics in the family, and we went went to family counseling. And then I started going by myself as a kid and went on and off. I mean, this was probably when I was in middle school junior high and. And then I my. My my my parents divorced when I was four. And then my mom got remarried when I was nine and her second marriage fell apart while I was in high school. And so it was it was it was unhappy environment. There's a lot of. A lot of dysfunctional lot of sadness. A lot of yelling a lot of a lot of just. Tension, just constant constant tension. And I went away to school relieved to be out of there. And but even though I was so happy to be out of that unhappy house, it was my support structure, and I came apart like a cartoon Kuku clock, my freshman year at college when I got just like God buoying and really had a tough time and went into therapy. And at college you go to therapy, and it's free. But you're getting grad students in the one I had I won. Had religious shit on his on his walls. And I was and it was like, I think he really like kept trying to finagle it into some kind of like, well, Jesus will help you. Where did you get a common -versity of Illinois in Champaign Urbana, Sherry, and I didn't like him. So I I quit him and went to another one. And it would this second person was down. I think my aunt later was she went to university of Illinois for her MSW her masters in social work. And she said it was a it was a technique. The I don't remember the name of it. But it was basically this therapist. To assign different voices. Like, if there's if there's this feeling that you're having be that feeling and was like role playing the different sort of exactly like exactly like, the the movie downside out. Are you an actor in elementary middle high school in highschool wasn't high school. But I, but I mean, are there was no the the place we did were really stupid. And I was already I was in speech team. I had I had I did plays my freshman sophomore. I think my freshman sophomore year. And I don't remember exactly when it happened. But they're really dumb to. They were like from the fifties. Like there was a there was a fall went no worse than that. Like like scripts that Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis turned down. And literally from the fifties was like we get one hour. Fall. Play was. And I was in it. I think it was the last one I did was called boys and ghouls together. And as a Hal now, romantic, yes, and. But what had happened was is that I did the fall play. And there was there was a girl. It was a year older than me who was fun and funny, and we goofed around, and it's an now knowing it it's like 'cause we were in fucking theater. We were we were actors in theater, and we were fucking around like the way like the fucking life blood people that are actors, and and and having fun, and so I'll dishes and for the fall play my sophomore year, and the guy that that was the director of when they assigned roles I knew like I just knew like, I didn't I'm not to be a dick. But like, I was just better than you just can tell and and I went in and he gave me a really small part. And there was a part that was like it was actually probably like a racist caricature. Like kind of accent like this. I was able to do and I did the audition and people loved the. Addition. And I didn't get that party gave it to another kid on older kid, and I went into ask him about it alone. And he said he said to me, you know, in the been doing it twenty years the twenty years I've been doing this. You are the best natural actor that I've ever seen in this school. But last year, Mr. barren told me that you and Julie craft were quite a disruptive influence. Stowe? I'm going to give you a small part for this. And we're gonna see how how you do. We're going to see how you do. And I wish I could say that I told him to fuck off. And but I did the part, but I just never went out for another play. Really forget this. Yeah. I just didn't. I never went out for another play. Because I was just like fuck it. I don't need. This was with basketball. Really, I went to military school so differently. I was six foot seven really good at. Very military school. Our first game in Philadelphia. I half by halftime. I had scored more points by myself than the other team. Together, we go in the locker room. I'm feeling really good. Are you like seventeen and? I'm feeling really not cocky, but just like only this is fucking amazing. I want to let little copy. The coach comes in watch right up to me bucking slaps me. Now, he has not slaps me. And goes you should have twice as many points. And the whole second half of the game. I think I scored one point one one basket the whole rest of the season. I buck and sucked because I was terrified of the coach really bizarro. That's crazy. Although I'm not a coach. Fucked up. It seems not let's see people theater teacher having a conversation with me about having to give other people a turn. Yeah. But then she also was like you're going to be a huge star. Don't worry about it. She actually cheesy very strange if she was like. Maybe you don't need to go to college. You should just like go pursue it. I was like, I know my parents aren't gonna make me I have to go to college, but just start auditioning. If somebody tells my daughter that I'm dead. I believe I've told your daughter that I agree. She's told me told me that she wants to act, and I told her, no. And then she's asked me like, why don't you want me to act, and I said number one, I said, you're you're a young girl. You don't need to go into places where people will just stand there looking at you, judging you they're going to judge. How you look they're going to judge how you speak. They're going to judge move. Because she later. Yeah. Of course. But she owned shed your daughter's like your daughter's like my like like they're going to write their own. Yeah. Thing and your daughter's like, Amy sedaris level bunkers. She is to the best possible way to know. No, no. Compliment. I also just feel like to I told her she's like, she's like I wanna work, and I'm like if you wanna work, you're gonna wait till you're sixteen and you can get a job at in and out like you can do that kind of work because because I also to as as show business professional in making her a better actor she'll get more out of working at than she will going in his knee show. I mean. I mean, you look I'm like all for my parents made me work at California. They didn't make me, but I worked at California pizza kitchen. I worked all of those things. Yeah. You need to have those life experiences. And we're raising these like really precious children in this precious city of ours. But. I'm curious because I've had. Without going too much into it. But like I had some things with one of my kids where it's like been very triggering for me in terms of like I see behavior where I'm like fuck the darkness coming here. And. Is the fucking worst lake? You know, like, I don't know how because it is hereditary, and it is like something that. Do you know is passed along? And I had this conversation with my mom over the summer where I was like losing my shit. I'm like, I can't do this. Why though fuck did? I think I could have kids like fuck is wrong with me. And she was like. My lover. She's like well biz you know, they know a lot more now than they did even when you were little and you're going to do better, and you're going to bre- it's gonna be fine. Right. And I'm just curious what your your kids are a little bit older than my kids. Like, what your feel if you've had any of that like exiled if you've had any of those things where like like, even when I think maybe some of my kids behavior's, just like normal kid behavior. But because of my yes thing. You know, like freaking the fuck out. And then marks like, you gotta come down. Because I think number one that that I mean that's not like. I think that screaming at the sky, why the fuck did I ever think I could have kids is the most motherly expression in the world number one. I mean, because that's you are dealing with basically like the notion of I was thinking about it and kind of like biological terms of you're worried were still mammals, and we're still kind of weird apes, and you're worried about your kids getting eaten. Yeah. Yeah. And is a constant worry men. Don't have that worrisome much. They do kind of but not on the saying not like in the same level. I mean, it's it's the reason that like that you will go probably I'm assuming why is this house such fucking mess and your husband? No, I don't mean that. But no, no, no, no, no. And your husband will be like doesn't look so bad. I mean, that's what like art thing is. And it's the same kind of thing. It's like. I am so freaked out by the responsibility of these little lives that I have to look at every fucking detail. And why aren't you helping me look at all these details. And if we've missed any details are kids might be eaten by Tigers. You know, like, it's really good way of putting part of the reason why I've never wanted to have kids, especially the older, I get I'm like, I can't have kids. I'm Steve AG. Disaster. Can't imagine doing. I can barely take care of. It's also to the heart. If you're gonna do it, right? It's the hardest thing in the world. Why the fuck would it not be your people? Yeah. You're making the most complicated universe. Great. Yeah. Yeah. No. It's not. Your kids are going to be sociopath. And I tell my in this because I'm head that fear. But I tell myself in the same, and I would tell you the same thing because I think that we're similar in this way. We're doing just fine. I I like, I can I can tell you. I can and I don't say it much. But yeah, there's a carry a burden. I carry a burden that I didn't choose. But I carry it. And I've learned different ways to carry it. But and I'm I have to tell myself. I'm doing fine, right? I have an an I have made great progress. Right. I have. And that's why like therapy therapy therapy Ross progress trust in the process and just know that you're getting somewhere, you're making some headway and your own, you know, like your swimming. And that shark is getting further behind you every time you look like, we are we are lucky like we have, you know, the money to pay for therapists and stuff, but for people listening who are out there. Look, I'm not a doctor, but I do know that there are resources available. You have to do a little bit of online work to do. But every town there are clinics with sliding scale, citing skilled or scale clinics. And there are there are programs. And there's a lot of reading that you can do. And there's a lot of group therapy that you and I would just encourage anyone to lie in even like things. I mean things like Al-Anon for people who've like grown up in households with alcoholics, and like, even if you suffer from depression from that like, you know, being raised in that whatever those places can be like great resources as well. I don't actually I've never been to an alanon. But I, but I just know people. I'm not a doctor. I do know that it is helped and like over. Yeah. I've had friends that have gone to. Is it over owed? Oh. Which also it's not just for overeating can also be for. It's all like sort of food related, you know, eating issues that people have found nothing more terrifying. Than the first time. I went to therapy like driving there. I was like fucking terrified. And after the first session there was nothing. More addicting to me than there. Yeah. I was like oh my God. I can say anything to this person. And it's giving me results. I feel fucking amazing. I know I do think that one of the things that's so great about like we coming full circle on the social media vibes. But like one of the things that is so great is that there are these resources online community is that people can reach out. And I think even just like what you're run that got it really your thing. Like, yeah. About depression like went viral, and I was very surprised. Hostak? And I think it's it's worth saying, and then it's worth repeating and it's worth saying again, and again, and again, and again until this stigma if we can we need to like eliminate this stigma about talking about mental health about talking about depression and anxiety. And you know, all the things that like so many people go through not just you know, and dump the stoic. Macho bullshit just dump it too. Macho thing is going to kill kill. I mean, it already is just it's like, you know. One thing that I do one one of one of the progress things that I'm trying to make in my life. Now is that I do feel like my relationship with sadness over my life as as held me back. And I mean, and it had to in many ways because it did really feel like something that could swallow me and related a lot like people who have been bit by a dog, and they get it. They have a fear of dolls. And they're scared. And so they are they are aren't like. People in my life that I'm still nervous about because I just feel like I'm gonna get pulled into that fucking abyss into that sadness into that like into just that feeling of hopelessness and. And I would you know up until a few years ago. You know, the notion of let's go see that tear Jerker. I'd be like what why not fucking. Let's put nails in our feet. Like why why would that why don't we go somewhere to cry and be sad? And I and I've been trying to give myself permission to feel sadness because. You know, it's like if you if you not to be Mr. analogy, but like if you're if you are just going to cut out something in your diet, your there's other flavors that accompany that thing the chat out and in your emotional died. If you're going to say, I'm gonna avoid sadness, your walling yourself off from other things, and you are, and you really are letting fear kind of control. So I mean that that's a later step kind of issue. But certainly the first step is is is just telling everybody that would tell you to not pursue feeling better to fuck off just fun. Amen. We're no document. Twelve thirty. To the Conan. Well, that's no problem. You're welcome for this boost given able able to not talk job is talk show announcer type. I know I know I'm going to have to be quiet all day. People can find you on Twitter, just any Richard Richter. Yeah. Not just Andy Richter Andy Richter, Andy Richter, thanks for doing. Guys too. I was happy to do this. And I'm happy that you are open about your own struggle. Because I think that really does fuck and make a difference. I hope so I don't I don't like, you know, like. I'm not crazy. Like, I don't want to try out the particulars of my personal life. But I do feel like I do feel like I do feel like. Like, I said before it just struck me. How many people really how many people are afraid to go? Maybe I don't need to be so sad. Right. I never get more replies or emails or deems or just at replies than when we touch on mental illness, or when I do someone else's podcast. Yeah. Talk about mental illness and just be really open. I never get more replies. When we talk about that stuff, man. Well, it literally affects everyone. Or somebody that you love now. Alone out there. You're not we love you. All right. We believe in you pod listener. When we normally say take everything we say with a grain of salt. But I think we've had some really. Taking grain of salt. But you should also like take, you know. Take it and go and figure it out like you have the ability to do this. You can do stuff. I believe in you. But I believe in you. All right. Thanks for listening. And remember where no doctors. Show.

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Steve Agee has never seen An American Werewolf in London

Never Seen It

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Steve Agee has never seen An American Werewolf in London

"Hey, everybody, Kyle here, I wanna let you know very excited. We are doing a live show. Live show live, never seen it. And it's part of the New York comedy festival, which is super cool. So if you're around New York or your round Brooklyn on Saturday, November tenth at seven, thirty pm, we're going to be doing a live show. We're going to be acting out the scripts and we have Jean grey on the show who who did a an episode earlier, you may know gene and we have some super secret guests in very excited about. So if you wanna come to our live show or if you wanna tell some friends who are in New York, I would really appreciate that. The live show is, is Saturday November tenth. It's at seven thirty PM it's at union hall in Brooklyn. You can get tickets at NY, comedy festival dot com. Or you can go to our Twitter page and I'll have links on there or you can go to kylie's dot com slash never seen. It does anywhere. Just please, please come, please come. I love doing the live shows. I'd love for to go great, and we keep doing them and I'm super excited to be in the New York county. On November tenth. Hi, this is Candace, Lowry from persistence, persistence, a podcast where interview bad ass women who broken down barriers to really make a name for themselves. I'm talking to actors entrepreneurs and just women who know how to get stuff done and can help you learn how to get ahead. You can listen to persist her on apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcast. It was a good show in a world where every conversation is about what movie or TV show you just see. This is never seen it. Comedians, rewriting famous movies and TV shows they've never seen. Everybody. This is never seen it. I am your host. Kyle layers is the podcast where I have comedians, rewrite famous movies and TV shows they've never seen, and we read of their scripts for you here in studio today we are joined by Steve AG, Steve. Thank you for being here. Thanks, man. I'm excited to do this. We're talking a little bit before we got going about because we're going in Indian. We just got into talking about Indiana Jones, and so we're going to get back to that a little bit. Okay, good. And then you let me make sure we could elven scripts and everything. You have never seen American werewolf in London. I haven't seen a lot of moves in a lot of, yes, there was a whole bunch I had to choose from. Yeah. And so we're going to your script. We're going to talk a little bit about it. We're gonna I, we wanna do. We want to tease a game that we play. Oh, and we're also joined studio by Todd Sklar, Todd, you guys remember taught from Dunkirk the only episode ever at Brompton Meam from our podcast. What was the me? You got done Kirk than people started sending us. Gifts pretty good. I never. I appreciated that if the cool stuff ever felt where people are like, look what I made for your thing. I'm still not entirely sure how means work, but I liked it. I, I don't either I understand them. I don't get them back in mind day. They used to just be called photo shopped. You know, like Photoshop dick in your friends? Oh, yeah. I think it's just repetition. Yeah. What I mean, it's funny because a repetition eventually, it's just a a viral Photoshop. Yes, that's what it means. I guess behind it all. Yep. Just to sell more copies of Photoshop. Ceiling belts thing I learned in in school was photo-shy would not disagree with you. I spent a lot of time. Playing around with Photoshop, and then the school offered free classes and I now I can do it and I make these posters for the show. That's favorite thing it. It's the only thing I've applied from college that that's the only thing I've applied from college. The only thing I applied from high school is typing. I took typing in high school and it was the turned out to be the greatest class I ever took. I'm so jealous right now. My I didn't have typing in high school or Photoshop college. Only thirty four. I think I just took the wrong classes. Maybe I think typing with me have been done by the night was not a very good student. We have definitely. I spent a lot of time not school. I knew you when you were done thinking of going to school? Oh, yes. In college, thinking of there was a given point of just like, why are we even doing this anymore? I had Mavis beacon. I remember maybe this beacon was typing thing, and it was all about having your hands properly in the home row. Oh yes. Jack salad. Emma salad. A s g f a s g f j k l semicolon space. Yes. SDF j. a. d. f. asked, if you got a great thing, I did take that class. Do you remember this all we had to do is remind you of some letters of Val. Typewriter in front of me. Just like cold. Got me there. That was good. Analog computers. Yeah. Yeah. We're gonna trail Oregon. Trail. It was truly, I think I was too young to be tricking my friends into getting syphilis. But there we were. It's incredible how many disease I know about only because of the Oregon trail. I played instead of a school dance one time. I think like all right choice a mixer or something in eighth grade, maybe old apples and you'd go play on there and then they're like, you can either be at the dance in they're smart in there, or, you know, you can go to the computer lab. My friend wants turn down going over to this girl's house. Well, when her parents were away, she called him and tell her parents were out of town in wanted to ask if you wanted to come over and he turned her down to stay home and watch Dr. Hard to get. This will never be on again, man we had when I was in high school, I had a friend convinced me to go the first time I'd ever been to a stand up comedy show. I bailed on going to court warming dance with the girl to go to. Last the guy Mercedes' Hawkins. And I, I didn't go to it to instead go to a stand up show, and it was Mitch Hedberg like three weeks, but fails away John. Oh, wow. This couldn't have this girl still alive to this day. Probably still. Down for you. Now, this whole thing when I turned her down to go see, you're watching on your computer. That's good. Yeah. Oh, no, it a Smart Choice it in. That's that's a very hindsight choice. All right. So we're going to tease the game that we play on the podcast called guests when movie trailer caused data's describing having had only heard something movie. We got a, I don't know if what is it's got to be a bit that there's no title for it at this point. Yeah, but it it really kills it. When you try and tweet out a description of the episode and all your games are six hundred letters long. You should honestly think about having your dad. Like commentary style, watching entire movie with a Mike and do the. With the second half of the next Infinity war movie. So be like he's never seen a single marvel movie and then take him to the the summation of forty movies coming together and just have my dad even come alive. We'll try and get theater-like see if the vista I'll have caught wa- files, dad, this move amazed because then there's three hundred hours of movies he hasn't. He doesn't know what Thor is. Now you could do it at the downtown independent. That'd be so fun. I love that place. Yeah, but that's kind of where I'm I think it'd be fun or my. The running thing is the last time I went to movie theater was a Space Jam. Space Jam is coming out. He doesn't get any better than this. A lot of people. I mean, the new Space Jam was just like confirmed was Ryan Kugler directing it. Oh, really? And LeBron James said, never saw space. June never saw Space Jam. It's not going to hate cartoons in live action movies. Oh, yeah. So never saw who framed Roger rabbit. That's the only one that that's good. You should watch that one's not like you think it is? It's a good, good. I won't even watch that Paula Abdul, music video. Yeah. Oh, man. I don't even watch Geico commercials. So I think we're going to build a something because it's fun something with him. He's just too he's. Yeah, that's a gold mine. So here's today's guess what movie trailer caused as describing. We're just going to give a few seconds. I haven't edited this one. Yes, we might have some noise. Okay. So she finally made it. The dream place. We'll get back to it at the end. Tennessee that all the times of being on this podcast and listeners party has my favorite thing is his okay beforehand every time. Like that's my favorite thing ever. He just he's para himself to do is the best setting by the way, is that teaser from the very beginning of his watching the trail, beginning of the trailer birthright already in the dream place? Yeah, so we will. We'll get back to it here at the end. We got a a jam packed episode of of stuff to do. So let's let's talk about an American werewolf in London. Never saw. Never saw it. We'll go ahead and we're going to, you can cast it up here. Let me cast though. Oh, I wrote down all the parts. You know. Just I remember. Okay. So I will do the main part and Kyle. If you will be the cab driver cabdriver. Tide. Will you be the child easy, Kyle woman woman, Todd guard, one. Kyle guard to love it. Todd b. Queen Elizabeth. Yes, I get to do my wonderful British accent, truly love when a massive spoiler is landed in the casting. Prince, charles. And I will be news, anchor, one and. Todd, b. news, anchor to whole. All right. Let's grab some instruments. Oh, yeah. Shake. This is a big. Oh, I love those things. Intersex. Now I'll just do shake. I can't read and do more things. Micron hasn't been by my mouth from, I'll be thunder. Sticking. What's this tambourine. Mini tam. All right. We ready ready? All right. Exterior Heathrow airport, early evening travelers bustle in and out of the busy terminal off camera. We hear a voice, yell, taxi, a cab pulls up and stops. We reveal Michael j. FOX dressed as his character from teen wolf standing curbside. In fact, it is his character from teen wolf interior taxi, continuous, Michael. J. FOX jumps in. Hello. Can you please take me to London shifting governor anywhere specific in London? Actually, yes. Let me find the address. He starts digging through his his bag as the cap holes away and out onto the highway. Is it always this cold and gloomy here? Indeed, it is. This is England after all exterior London bridge night. We see the cab driving across the bridge into downtown London, England interior cab, continue. Louis. Would you look at that look at what it's the full moon. You gotta be kidding me? What is the problem? Exterior cap containing as a cab drives along the busy London streets. We hear a gun roll, scream, come from inside the cab. Drivers starts to swerve out of control. People run to jump out of the way of it as it jumps onto the sidewalk and then crashes into big band after a beat, the cab bursts into flames from inside the fiery wreckage. Michael j. FOX emerges full teen will form. He addresses a crowd of British onlookers. Oh, sorry about that tower folks. I have a medical condition. He howls it and bolts off into the night nearby. A woman stands on the street corner. Looking at the fiery scene, a small child holds her hand. In his other hand, he holds a string fast into a balloon mom. What was that an a maverick and darling the child? Let's go of the string of the balloon Flintoff. Into the night signifying the child. Of his reality is shattered. From this day forward, he will question everything and trust. Nobody you'll most likely end up in a string of failed relationships and probably. Addicted to hard drugs. Exterior Buckingham Palace later, two guards stand. Watch outside the queen's castle. Just another boring night on the job. A Richmond. Yes. I'm in well soliciting. You've never done. Once when I was twelve years old, I snuck into my parents room with a cricket bat while they were sleeping. Suddenly, teen wolf runs up. Excuse me, having a conversation in without learning teen, we'll slash star to throat with once swipe of his paw. He didn't jumps over the gate with ease and disappears into the palace. Oh my God. Rich man to lays on the ground slowly bleeding out, guard guard, one kneels at his side and cradles him in his arms Richmond struggles to speak, but he's slowly losing consciousness. Quick. What did you. Your parents, I must know guard twos is roll into the back of his head as he gurgles his last breath of air. Kreis Richmond plays. What did you do? Your parents? Did you kill them with a cricket? Bats. Interior Buckingham, Palace continue continuous. We see Queen Elizabeth's sitting on the couch, eating corn dog and chasing it down with delicious. Dr. A delicious Dr Pepper. She's watching project runway. Fuck you high claim. Just then the door busts open. Teen will fronts in. I beg you pot. I'm trying to watch the telly. I'm sorry, your majesty. I, I really am, but it's it's a full moon and I must feast on the blood of mortal man. Fuck USO. Oh, like I said, I'm sorry. He loves his at the clean. She jumps off the couch and hops up on the wall and runs across it like carryanne moss in the opening scene of the matrix. Teen wolf is disoriented by her speed and agility. The Queen lands on the floor behind teen wolf, and she kicks him in the back of the head. He stumbles forward spins around and takes a swipe at her with his powerful hairy clawed hand. The que- stops his hand with hers effortlessly. She bends his thumb, backward breaking it, the teen will screams, oh my God. You fucking bitch fucking with the wrong person. Boy, the Queen pulls up her skirt revealing. She has a large knife strapped. She pulls it out of the strap in stabs team wolf in the stomach. Anymore. Team wolf teen will falls to the floor just in Prince, Charles comes running into the room. Okay. I thought I heard screaming he notices the bloody where will on the floor and faints we zoom in on his crotch is a puddle of piss grows underneath him interior London General Hospital. The next day we are close up on a pair of closed is as they slowly open, we pull back to reveal. It's Michael j. FOX. Now back in his human form laying in a hospital bed off camera. We hear a voice, well, look who's awake. He looks over to see its Queen Elizabeth carrying flowers. Oh, what happened? You gave us all quite scare. Oh, no. Did I guess Mike? Oh, you tend into a well. We'll last night and tried to kill me. Fuck. I'm sorry. It just happens. You know, every time there's a full moon, don't worry. I get you do share right to it away. Wolf in college. I think the real question here is, why is there an American where we can. Oh yeah, I almost forgot. Elton, John is recording a new album, and he flew me out to record some hand claps. Yeah, I guess it is pretty cool. Isn't it? Well, if you need a ride, I'm heading back to the castle on Elton studios on the way. Oh, I wouldn't be too much trouble how heavens. No, it's the least I could do after all. I did stab you in the stomach and break your thumb. Well, let's get the fuck outta here. Hospitals give me the creeps as they walk out of the room. We pan up to the television on the wall. There's a local news broadcast underway authorities, say the structural damage to Big Ben is so bad. They're going to have to tear down the two hundred year old landmark sad news. Indeed, Michael, in other news, Prince Charles apparently got spooked last night fainted and pissed himself again. They both laugh. Exterior London. Later, we see an aerial shot of Michael j. FOX on the back of Queen Elizabeth's motorcycle with his arms around our ways as they zip off into the into the setting sun back in time by Huey Lewis and the news starts to play as we fade out. Is that pretty much like the actual I would like to say is the only person who had seen American Monday, and that is one hundred times better. Good movie. Don't get me wrong, but that was easily a better adaptation. My God. I love the song. It's crates on. I don't know how much are we allowed to play other songs. I think if anybody would be okay with it Hueys down, it's a free podcast. I think you can, and we'd already reference news. Yeah, yeah. What an interesting music video. Oh, this is a good music video. All of his music videos are eighty interests running around, appear jumping on various boats appear. Is that true? Yeah. And now he's on a boat drinking a coffee. Okay. I'm turning my dad. Okay. Okay. The news is nowhere to be found. That I have never what I've never gotten about. I haven't seen any. Is this have to do with the American werewolf in Paris? Is this a CIs a sequel? I actually, I mean, this is embarrassing to say, but one of the one of the downsides to being a child of the nineties. I saw the sequel American parents first, and that is not a good movie. That is a very unfortunate thing that happened, but this is like a classic it is, but I I, this is also not a popular comment, but I think that the movies that this movie inspired her a lot better than this movie like you wouldn't have Beetlejuice or you wouldn't have any Edgar right movies if there wasn't American from London, but the movie itself doesn't quite hold up as much as I would like personally, especially to what we just read that. I like anything that has the the Queen just be like a complete, like like a militant bad ass is. So she's the Queen. She's the Queen? Yeah, I don't know what the Kingsman movies are about, but I like to think maybe probably about that. They definitely should be. So we're, we were saying that there's a lot you haven't a lot has missed. Do you, what do you do? You keep up with then? We're like an onslaught of TV and all the source of. Do you keep up with anything? Is there anything you're watching week to week? Yeah, I'm currently watching better. Call Saul. Okay. But I haven't seen any of like Handmaid's tale or black. Mirror. I just do. You don't have TV also, I, I have apple TV, so I, I usually am renting or yeah, I bought better call saw, but it's a lot of net flicks some I feel like immediately I'm behind hundreds of hours on things to. Yeah, to get into something. Yeah, for sure. And and even stuff you want to see that you're excited about it. She's like I have time to watch stuff that like five years ago, I would be like waiting months for it to come out like tip in the date. And now it's like there's things that like I am so glad that they exist in the world that I haven't watched them like three years ago. No sense. Yeah, I couldn't believe specifically with better call Saul. This seems like they're rushing into because breaking bad is just as good as it gets for me. I loved it so much and so good. I can't believe they're rushing into this prequel. I hope it's not like a money, grab type, which didn't strike me as something that that Vince Gilligan would do. Right. And then I watched it and I was like, oh, this is incredible and different. Yeah, it was such a. It's such an interesting and I'm I'm a little bit behind and they also kind of have to rush into it because these are all older people. Surgeons l. so interesting. It's like the guy who plays Mike is like getting really old, so they got kinda do this. And he's supposed to be six or seven years younger at the beginning of the call saw the he was at the end of breaking. Yeah, that was a pre I've never seen better call. So I didn't realize that was a prequel. It is. That's odd. It's the origin story of what's also something had lots of times when there's just a straight up origin story. I'm just like, what do we need this? I kind of don't mind. They're not being once I, yeah, I can just trust that they existed in the world before the, but this is so good. So good. All the I I couldn't believe it. I couldn't. It is. And this is show a show. My parents watch is my dad has seen. He c- he watched breaking bad once we showed them how to get to it on net flicks and those things. To it. He was like, oh, your mom. And I started watching breaking bad and then two weeks later, he's like, yeah, that was pretty good. And I was like, you watch all of it, and I just started rewatching it because of better call saw. I'm like, oh, I wanna kinda see some trying to time it out. 'cause I don't think he shows up until season two of breaking bad. Oh, yeah, sure of it. I, I just finished season one and he's not an. Yeah, it sometime in season. Two shows up when they start you what? A great, what? A great character. What a fun thing to see comedians do to that makes me so happy. Josh Vadim's on the best. So Joe DeRosa. Oh yeah. Yeah, that's true. That's really good call. I, I always think about this when we because because you've been in a lot of TV shows, do you watch the stuff that you've been in. I'll watch a little bit of it and then I have to turn it off because I really feel weird. I feel so fake watch. I'm like, I can tell that I'm acting like, I don't like watching. It's such a an an. And then what about like like when you write something or when you you act in something you're done with it for so long before you see it? Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. In a lot of times you'll watch it and not even fucking remember. Yeah, doing it. That's awesome. Is that better than like an immediate turnaround of like, I just did this. I don't mind that. Yeah, I, in fact, I'm on the season for of superstores starts tonight, and I was in this episode and and we shot it like two months ago and I remember nothing about it. And so I was like, well, I'll tweet about it. But if I supposed to tweet that, I think I may only have like one line. I think I'm in a little bit of like a small scene, and then I went back and found the script and I'm like, well, I'm in a whole bunch of this shit. I don't remember doing any of it. I smoke too much. We also be a weird way to tweeden and then you may get cut out of it and you're like, everyone check this out and then everyone's like, why? Yeah. When we premiered there was an actress who got cut of the movie, and it was like last minute like week before we premier. And he tweeted here, and I felt so. No, is truly for him. We'll be a premier. Oh yes. Go watch a whole movie. He has nothing to do with and just enjoy movie. You know. Not much, don't do much acting or anything. I always put. I struggled to suspend my disbelief. I know the person. Oh, yeah, yeah, like that. Yes, absolutely. Even, I like the someone like Bob Odenkirk is like the right amount of distance where I can, and he's so good. I get. We keep them better. Call Saul. Yeah, but that's like, you know, he's I'm not friends with him, but it's someone I've met and that's at least the perfect amount of distance where I can be like, well, you can still just completely disappear into this thing. Yeah. It other people that I, if I really know you and it's more dramatic thing, it's hard for me sometimes drew drum for sure. Like if I see my comedy friends in something, I can totally appreciate it and get lost in it. But yeah, when I see them in like a drama, it's like really bizarre. And that's always weird because my favorite things are comedians in dramatic roles. Oh, yeah, sure. Almost like almost like groundhog day. I mean, I know groundhog days funny, but I always it's more to me. It's like Silla heavier thing with more weight or like the room in show. Yeah. Like these. These actors was speaking of breaking bad Bill Burr. What a dream role where it's like, do you want to come on and fall on a pile of money on the on the fan. But like. Do a part in the show on TV. Yeah, Todd, have you seen. I don't even know if my biggest never seen. Okay. Yeah. I mean he, there's an upset where he literally sleeps on a pile of money with Lavelle Crawford. It's just a couple of comedians in the scene sleeping on a pile of money and like what a dream time deal. What there's this. I'm going to champion this on the show. The new season of Fargo, which I love the show. Margot tremendous is taking place in Kansas City which worm from like they're doing doing city mob release, and Chris rock is playing a mob boss. Really anyone this show knows anything. I wanna die on the show. I want to be extra and I wanted to just kill me on the show. I'll come on and tell you what Kansas City is like. Because you know, I'm sure you can't Google it and find out way more than I put key in peel in the first two, they just give them lines. I'm no, I'm no key or peel decent ears kill me in the show. Ozark killing me on the shopping. I made a movie in the Ozarks and I felt the same way from being around there. It's just like. Just like I should get to come down there. I'm like direct to seeing this or or even just beyond high. But like I know people let me be who gets shot in the diner to prompt I for fifteen years, have been telling my agents and managers. Just to get me on one of those like line or. Yes. I guess where the show opens on my dead face on the ground as they pull the the corner pools, pulls the blanket over my dead body. I don't care. That's all I want is to just be. I don't care, Chris rock. Does you have to be in the scene just anything to let me die under the western auto building sign in downtown San and let me prompt. You know what? Let me just be someone who dies that. No one cares about, I'm going to have to be what prompts a change in the plot. Are they? Are they doing like seventies mob can sit here like present day? No, like seventies. He's mobs of because it's Fargo so that I forgot Kansas City was a huge mob sort of everyone. Not Chevron, like no one has told that story. It's only a good town for that stolen. You hear about it. Represents the Kansas City. It's where where the richest of the rich who didn't want to be involved in day to day would just stay pipeline to Vegas. Biggest thing you could not have happened without Kansas City. Right boy, just in Vegas last weekend. What a fucking disaster. It's so I was there for the first time last week you that was your first there for this. Life is beautiful. As doing stand up at this music festival, we know what they were you there. I was there Thursday through Sunday. Yeah, the same five was there I was there at. Sorry, that was the twenty-first twenty-six. Did you make to Ellis Island? Ellis Island? Yeah. No, that's that's New York? No, the karaoke plays. I was talking about. No, because we were there so late every night, and then it was just twenty four hours though. Yeah, I know this the best place that everybody who's listening to this island karaoke, it's one of the shittiest casino signing day off the strip like only one St. though, and I was telling him like the last time I was there. I saw a guy who offered me and my friend acid, and we turn it down said, all right, I'll just do it all. Then just did three hits the acid, four hours later he's song comes on and he's seeing highway Helga ACDC and like you could tell like thirteen fourteen seconds into singing this guy thought he was in the song in hell, started freaking out, literally pulled a knife on the karaoke jockey. The k. j. she tackled him down. Bartender, came over, disarmed him. They wrestled around and then like just like buddies. They just kind of like, got up brushed himself off, didn't kick them out. Let them finish. The song didn't kick out the guy with a knife Tootsie confiscated or knife, but there was no penalty. Forty did let them finish the song and there's. Drinking. I was like, that's a real. That bar is the best bar in America. It's incredible. I hit a, I thought, Vegas just so Intr I it's, I was there and kind of like a fantasy world. You know, if you're there and they're like doing tone jokes at a music festival. So I don't think I saw Las Vegas. I left a hotel and walk to a hotel all inclusive music festival. You know what I mean? That could be anywhere. I've it being in Vegas, didn't have much going on except for walking down Fremont. I think it was the covered LED lights with one hundred dollars. You can zip line thirty feet looks fun. Really, it was just very, I was funny. I was like, I was saying that hotel that the movie, the hangover shot in Caesar's and not those parts. The ones with that they golden nugget plaza, oh, all the light bulbs straight above them in the park and pickup. And I didn't think it was the one from the hangover, but then I saw all they sold Richards from the hangover. This was like going to any of the gift shots. That's that's really funny. If you go in any of the gift shops and Caesar's palace, there are tons of Zach galifianakis with the little baby. Yeah, yeah. And he's the only one like they don't have with Bradley Whitford on over a two day race. It's all that's great. It's, I don't know. Vegas didn't seem like a real world to me. I decided never been there. Seemed so bizarre and interesting in and there's weird battling Austin bands from different eras and the discrepancy of street performer quality was insane. Oh, yeah. Also this Saturday, this past Saturday night playing live on free month's street for free, right on one of those little stages on the side of the street. Yeah, rat nine with special guests. Sebastian, Bach of skid row. Songs or doing skid row song skid row song. Fuck, yes, that's awesome. Yeah, that he didn't. He, he broke somebody's face and didn't do any jail time. Right. Not get Saturday. I don't know. Yeah, he's the one. You threw a bottle at some guy. Some guy threw bottle at him. He caught it like matrix down through it back at the guy, but miss it hit a girl in front of him like face. I think Ansell roles killed a guy like ran Rover, mission box, mash lady's face, but that's the eighties, right? I don't know some sort of like disclaimer that we don't. Saying that. I don't know, definitely kill the. I do remember the how a candidate, maybe this is what the Fargo season is about. Well, that'd be incredible, rose, kill the Kansas City. Royals. Mascot is a lion with a crown on named slugger and one time he with a hotdog cannon shot. Someone in the eye and blinded them. Legitimately a court case that was like Kyle versus slugger, and it has like nine hours to go. Fargo's looking for like a b plot, like a beast, or maybe it's this modern day influence of maybe slugger finds the hotdog cannon briefcase. Someone gets fed some pigs. Mascot bloopers very, underrated I, there was one where like the Philadelphia Phillies mascot, like broke his ankle. He was on rollerblades, getting dragged by. He was bleeding like, but doing it like a jet ski style with ATV, and they're like, dragging him around the diamond, and he broke his ankle and then they kept dragging him. He's getting dragged around. But also he has this because the mascot faces on his giant smiling. Notice guys. So good. So good. Scott bloopers are great. They're, they're up there with people. Fainting at weddings I get into. I always remember, I heard this one story about pretty sure Scott ads who I think is just the funniest boast of and when he was in the second city and it might not have been him. But how is told me at them using the sex city main stage around that time where it's like everyone who was on thirty rock was on the second city main stage, and he pushed very hard to do this one in between act, which they do. If he has been between the larger things, they do quick sketches that are ten seconds, two thirds. So people can change clothes. And he, he pushed very hard to do this one thing and everyone's like it's not gonna work, and he pushed very hard to do his second work. He pushed and pushed me finally, got dues thing. He came out and he pushed a member what you'd like TV on a cart like they would have in school the audiovisual, right? He pushed it out and he was like, everybody. You know, I, I'm going to this. I want to get something. I understand if you wanna leave when I show it to you. When I tell you this, we'll give you a full refund. We understand the if you wanna stay here we were. We're going to watch. I just have to tell you guys, the president United States has been shot and killed. He's doing totally serious police here, so good. And so if you're in, if you're an audience, you're like, of course this and he's like, Bill Clinton. And he's like the prisoner's been shot and killed. We're going to watch the news here if you want to stay and watch the news of, that's fine. We have phones if you need to call your family. That's fine. They said, we'll give you a full refund, call your out and then he turned it on, and it was just sports bloopers. How I read it. I think it was in that second city book everyone left. No one was happy that he did it. People are like booing and he just stood on stage and watched sports bloopers. That's amazing. Family like the little insane. I cannot. I love that as a pitched so many. I cannot just can't fathom now that the outrage that would happen would be. It wouldn't be individ chapter in a book about a theater. Career, twitter. Yeah. And like I don't really remember if it was him, but for some reason how it is in my head and if it wasn't him, I'm sorry. I just used his name as an example, but he was so funny. Well, we have some, we got some movie stuff and some some other scripts and stuff we want to get to. We have you we so quickly talked about Indiana Jones free gone because I've never seen any of the Indiana Jones and is crazy. So I don't know what it is about it. That's kept me from ever watching them. I like Harrison. Ford. I think Spielberg made them right. Do you make all of them? He who saw them eight. Indirect, all okay. But he directed him, you know, three is trying to think who did three or no, he did one and two. And then three I think, might be Lawrence Casten or not. No, I'm thinking of a Star Wars. Yeah, we did directory. I don't think it's Bill Berg's. I feel like it's too close to think it's Spielberg Camden. I, that's my favorite movie. Seminal movie. I'm gonna pulled up right now and we'll see who did it that that's like I mean, Sean Connery is hard to pick a favorite Sean Connery role, but that is for me is. Raise lost ark temple doom last crusade in kingdom, the Christmas coal, and he's directing the untitled. Fourth one is not as bad as people make it out to defend that movies on a good movie, but it's not that bad. All I know better than like national treasure any of the mummy. Movies. So I want to get to. We have a fan script of Indiana Jones. Oh, I actually one time for a live show did Indiana Jones, and so we're gonna read two of those how well we got. We got two of our our sort of like parlour games here. Okay, play. We got a couple Indiana Jones scripts from excited. I only skimmed this fan script, but it's is I, it was funny. So the first game we have is we, we, we do a game sometimes where we go through a lot of trivia from an IMDB page. And you guess what movie it's, oh, I love it. But I found one specific fact that was so insane and so fun like someone typed this out because he's user us. So instead I have, I have three different facts for three different movies that are specific and we'll see if you, I think there enough information to get it from my one. So I'm going to tell you this this, this trivia fact, and he told me movies from all right. Number one. This is the only best picture nominee in history to have just two letters in the title. It's tough. I can. I'll give you some clues, give some clues to letters. I say is tooth since two thousand pie is that wasn't a best picture nominee good. You're very. I heard actual rose actually ran him over with a car. No, it was. It was Sebastian Bach. It's a cartoon. That's that's gonna leave me because I've never, I don't watch cartoon movie. It's up. Oh, that's good. Okay. You're up story on this podcast. I haven't. All right. I don't wanna. Can we do that or is that a bad idea right now? It's about, okay. Well, it's my favorite thing ever get a blowjob. It was called down. The when I was in college in Columbia, tie or went to college in university of Missouri. Okay. I took mushrooms with some friends and was the first time I've ever done mushrooms and really like anything like that. Like I'd gotten high. Gun hallucinogenic or anything like that opening for the first time to the point where like. This thing happens in this, we'll do a very like abridged version of the story. So these were two people I was friends with, but not like high like super close with just some. They were waiting bouncers at the comedy club. I was a reservation est at. Yeah, colds called deja-vu. Okay. And so that sounds like a strip club people would call all the time and be a coup thinking. It's a strip club coming through. Who's going up tonight? MBA Greg. Well, okay, but it is chain of strip clubs? Yeah. What am I ex girlfriends in high school worked at deja-vu a different story in comedy for over twenty years, mid Missouri. Turn off your cell phones. Because of office party cards on the table if you like the show. So we take these drugs and and I don't really know what it's gonna. I have no clue what's going to happen. You nervous. I was super nervous. What a great movement. It takes a long time to kick in. And so after eventually kicks in and I start like I kicked in while it was like petting a dog. I was like, this is, you know? So it's like, okay, so we decide we'll go see a movie or something, and we look, this is like, you know, you look on the newspaper because we're in Colombia, and you see, and we're like, well, up is a cartoon. That'll be good. We just think it'll be colorful. We're not expecting any emotional toil or anything like that. And we, we all like pile on the car to go see up in theaters on mushrooms. We have one sober person with us who had seen up who was like very excited for this meltdown. So cruel. So so she's like, yeah, let's go, it will be great. Now, it's funny. There's a funny bird. The balloons are colorful. You guys like that. We go all the way to the theater. We getting tickets to theaters like insane because I'm just like money's a concept. We all agree on, like, I can't pay for a movie ticket while this is happening and we get in the theater and without like talking to each other, we all just split up if we all just like sitting alone. Oh, this is like a summer in Missouri, and I start just talking to some kid and I'm just like, I'm like, what's what's up? Man? You like Pokemon t. And I'm like, I realized after a minute I am too far from this kid to be talking to him like he is like fifteen seats for me. It's not like he's at some. There's a certain distance that can be to talk to a kid that's not yours. You have to just be in an elevator with them Reseda. So then this kid's mom sits on the other side of him to be tween an shield human shield. And so I start some movie starts and I start like losing my mind, like just frying. I mean, it's it's and I'm like, I'm like, I can't take it. I put my sunglasses on. I take my sunglass off. I put him. I can't take it. I'm freaking out. And I eventually just like get. So mostly overwhelmed that I stand up and start screaming about how the movie is like the emotional truth at the core of our being and how you there for this. I wish afterwards. I mean it's true about that man. Yeah. This is a lot. This is everyone needs to, and I was like everyone. This movies, the truth, and I'm yelling at him, yelling on mealy. And then the next thing you know, my sober friend is ushering me out of a movie theater for she has to be like, she tells she goes that the movie hadn't started yet. That was a commercial. So. So. Hit such like an emotional reaction to a commercial. We can't control there. It was a disaster. It was like, I was like, put that movie. So sad. She's like, we didn't see. We'll see that was a commercial. The gets the concession stand commercials. Right. Dancing candy bar and had a complete meltdown forum, eight theater in Columbia, Missouri. I, I have a friend in the nineties. They rerelease Disney's Fantasia. Oh yeah, back into the theaters. And so him in a couple of his friends decided to take mushrooms and go see Fantasia. And so I took the mushrooms about an hour hour and a half before the movie ago, they get their tickets and go into the theater, sit down in the movie starts, and they don't re- what they don't realize is they've gone into the wrong theatre and they are now sitting through misery. Which is not even animated, no, the whole movie, not even realizing, but my friend said he was balling. Terrified. I can't think of movie with more first person camera shots of the villain. Oh, God specifically? Yeah, Debbie, Hawera and like the scariest most imposing villain. That's also realistic and grounded. Yeah. He said it was horrible. I said it was just. A nightmare. I can't even know that movie that will scar so Fantasia scares me. Yeah, it's a scary movie. Scary. And then I can't imagine the switch word is becomes like one of the scariest performances of all time. You know. Oh my God, I would freak out so yeah, up only best picture nominee with two. In fact, I've not seen most animated movie pretty good. A lot of the twice stories. None of the Shrek. Shrek is such a good sense. I've never seen any of the Shrek none of the prestige Shrek none of the good Shrek. Okay. Next next, this trivia fact, there's there's no way you're gonna guess us one spill give you hint that we've already talked about this. This movie briefly came up ready in the conversation today. Here's an IMDB fact by this movie I found so funny in this movie, the good guys in the movie use Google and the bad guys use your who. Wow, that is a very interesting. And so weird. We have talked about it already visited here or out there for like a half second, Todd set, man. What movies I've talked about already Beetlejuice. No, they don't use Google net. Let's let's lobby for Beetlejuice. Re-release edit in Google us somehow. It's actually Google Google three times to use it to make it work. I haven't seen Beetlejuice, but I know that you. I don't know. I don't either is national treasure. Oh, and then this last one is the reason I did this. I saw this. I'm DB trivia and I laughed. This was you can vote on whether or not they're relevant. And this one was like eight hundred. Eight hundred said this is relevant. This is the second time that January Jones has been cast in something that takes place in nineteen sixty two opposite in actor with a pork based name clear first time was madman opposite Jon Hamm, and then this movie. Kevin bacon, right? It's gotta be Kevin Vegas Kevin, but what is it. Oh, but what is it. After NewSouth seven that takes place in nineteen sixty two. Boy. Kevin. Network paid is x. men first class. Yeah, that's a good one. That's a really good one. Couldn't believe that fact. I. Is the best poor faster. And I was like, well, we got the ham. We got the bake in. That's incredible, incredible that someone did that and wrote that down and everyone was like, oh, yes, trivia, can I tell you? I'll give you a piece of trivia and you try and tell me what movie definitely by the way the trivia is wrong. But, and this is so weird. I'll tell the story later, but. In fact, I saw this piece of trivia the night before doing Doug loves movies at UCB one night, and he is in the trivia, it says, Doug Benson's favorite movie. And when. And I just randomly thought the night before doing it. And so the next night on stage I said, hey, I saw your favorite movie last night, and he said something is like, no, I told him this. I told him this. He's like, that's not my favorite movie. That's horrible. Maybe love that. I love it. Somebody added that here. That's phenomenal. Okay. Oh, so this is what someone claimed to be Doug's favorite movie, and there's no way fast times in ridgemont high. No, I'm not going to, but you're actually in the kind of same vein American graffiti. That it almost for Healy American graffiti x. to, yes, it's your duty to really? Yes, wait is over. Graffiti set. You're in the same realm as fast times. I feel like that's the only. Yeah, yes. Like, you know, then you're living like days and confused. Crazy. Somebody from that movie was like, oh, you know how? We're going to get people to get excited about this. I to be trivia duck, but that's it from nineteen eighty or something. And. I love American graffiti I do too, and I never seen American graffiti to. And so one night I saw that it was on that flex. I'm like, I'm going to watch American graffiti to as watching it. I'm like, this is fucking horrible because it's three timelines, take place in three different decades or not three to for decades, but it's three quarters timelines. So one of them is in like hippie, San Francisco. So it's all shot like that kind of psychedelic film stock, and then there's one of the guys is in Vietnam. So it's shot like a documentary style. It's fucking. Well, that's from it. Oh, I'm just allergic multiple timelines. I've such bad allergies today. So it's just fucking horrible. But so I was on IMDB going, is this how did this move? Even get made? And I'm looking through trivia and I come across Doug Benson's favorite movies, amazing. They could hide it in there. That's outstanding. I love that. Nothing could sound less in the vein of the classic original, then making American graffiti to have three different American graffiti is very simple. Yeah. Yeah. And it's so it's such good storytelling of just it. That sounds so much different. It's fucking horrible. Really missed the Mark. All right. So we so we have to this is always fun to do. We do. We have fans Cendant scripts, and so we're going to do to Indiana Jones scripts to close out the episode today. One of them I have never seen Indiana Jones and I'll go grab the scripts. We've got to do. You're dead the trailer that's a will end in. All right. Thanks. What a, what do I know what she was in the dream sequence and then so we'll do. I have never seen it and then we will do a fan who has also never seen it who sent. And so let me grab these scriptural nice outs doesn't spoil Indiana Jones for you though. All right, we'll do. Mine's not as good as theirs sold in mind. I. All of them that I have not seen any of the Indiana Jones movies the first character. So I think this one only has. Three characters, no for so I'll do the stage directions here. And then who would like to be Indiana. Steve, you could be Indiana Todd, you'll be hat voi- hat, boy, boy, I'll be greedy and then Steve, you can also be bad bone, wait until you talk to yourself a lot. Okay. If you are Todd, will you be bad bone as well? All right. And I think that's everybody. This is my Indiana Jones script. In the interior sacred Mayan origin or wherever you get the picture temple, we're in a cave slash temple slash pyramid, full treasure in stalactites stalagmites painted on the walls of the cave paintings that are clearly just stereotypes, put up there by rich white guy in the seventies to mimic ancient runs into our here hero Indiana Jones, a rugged somehow. Clean-shaven, man, he's an archaeologist, I think, and you can tell he's an archaeologist by how he carries a whip into gun argue, archaeologist tools. He literally smirks at the camera after every line to show off his good looks alongside him is his sidekick, a young boy in a baseball cap who's named hat boy, wow, Indiana, I can't believe he crash landed here right by the cave, holding the ten commandments are something that we need to get tough crash. We're lucky. We survived. Yeah, I'm not very good at flying. Please. You may have seen news. So what are we looking for here? We need to find the ark of the grail of the skull before the Nazis to Nazis Bad Jesus Christ Happel, yes, Nazis or bad. Okay. Maybe the ark of the grail of the skull is through here in this giant opening with a natural pedestal with something on it and happily walk through the giant opening in the cave as they walk in a gun as place to Indiana's chest, it's greedy and Nazi foot soldier. He's like a regular foot soldier, but he has a green pepper frog head Indiana. Indiana's calm despite the gun being pointed at him. Greedy says something in German Raina music that is inconsequential and not from anything else is playing in the room. Yes, Griego. As the matter as a matter of fact, I was just going to see your boss tell Hitler that I've got his money is too late. You should have paid him when you had the chance Hitler's put a price on your head so large that every bounty hunter and wherever we are will be looking for you. I'm lucky. I found you first Indiana's extremely relaxed. Yeah, but this time I've got his money if you give it to me, I might forget. I saw you Indiana's casually and confidently nonchalant. He slowly runs his hand down to his gun. I don't have it with me Hitler's done with you. He has no time for smugglers who dropped their shipments. At the first sign of an Nazi car Indiana's hand is no gripping the gun is conversation purely a distraction. At this point, even I get boarded sometimes you think I had a choice. You can tell that to Hitler. He may only take your Indiana Jones plane over. My dead body. That's the idea I've been looking forward to this for a long time. Yeah, I bet you have Indiana pulls the trigger and shoots and kills greedy. He clearly shot I the entire room freezes Indiana. Indiana looks over and hat boys tied up by gun by title by who was wearing a bunch of bones. This is bad bone. He's standing guarding the ark of the grill of the skull, which is Indiana Jones wants bad bone laughs maniacally. Oh, my bad, no, Todd, your bad bone. You will never get the ark of the grill of the skull. I am going to kill your sidekick, bad bone. Does some generic ceremony thing and pulls hat boys heart out of his chest. Ouch. Behead Boone eats boys heart, damn it. Indiana starts to run over to save half point, but he steps on the rake and that flies up and hits him in the food. Rakes. Why did have to be rakes Ponant so awful that they literally melts hat boy's face off. Ouch. My face, no hat boy. Now now now I'll have to cast Shiloh booth. Everyone screams at once. No, a beat. Everyone just sort of staying in their Indian remembers. He has a gun. He shoots bad bone. Hitler walks in Indiana, shoots him before he can say anything. It might say. Having a, that'd be funny. L. o. l. Indiana makes his way to the ark of the girl, the skull. He takes a beating realizes, it might be a trap. He needs something as a counterweight. He looks up. He gruesomely cuts off half boy's head and lifts it up. It'll do. You thinks we'll shit. Maybe I could've cut off bad guys head instead of my friend. He shrugs, he takes a breath and then removes the ark of the girl, the skull and puts the severed head in its place. This seems okay. Then suddenly click, he's triggered the tramp. Fuck a wall moves. In a giant boulder starts rolling towards Indiana. It's gonna crush him, but rather than running the same direction as the boulder, which would be absolutely stupid. Indiana just moves perpendicular to the boulder, and it rolls by he's all fine, and he killed Hitler earlier cut to black. Nice. That's a great movie right there for off. I feel like I knew a lot about it. I feel like there was a lot more. The second one is the worst one of the three, and you really nailed that one on the head. So that's good. Okay. Yeah, would ya I? I don't know what happens. I know the ball. I know the heart pulling out of the chest. Yeah, the ball. I'm looking at a second one stuff. Okay. I think there's not season one of them. There's not all of them. Okay. Yeah, yeah. Well, there we go. Good common theme. We're role in Indiana Jones part to hear, oh, shit. This one, we're not going to Delhi doll, go into Penn Kat palace isn't I just had dumb fun and wanted to do the scene from Star Wars. Now, obviously, and you got to d'or sorry to Harrison Ford for making fun of his plane crash, but which one he's got a multiple. If you keep surviving. This is such an aside, but what life Harrison Ford is live. Oh, tremendous. You guys ever see when David Blaine doesn't magic trick for them? Yes, so crazy. Fuck out of my get the fuck out of his house. It's a card appear in like an orange and it ruins Harrison Ford's day. That's incredible. Clearly stone. Yeah. Get the fuck out of the fuck out. Okay. So we have a a second the fan script here also Indiana Jones, which was sent to us by Chrissy boy. And so we will go ahead and this is Indiana Jones in the cursed. Ruby. My father was Mr. boy, Komi crummy. To. We have sidekick guy, Indiana Jones, British woman and wise, oh, he has characters descriptions up here at the top is incredible. So characters, Indiana Jones, Steven one, Indiana Jones. It again. April cannon, right? Smart, classically, beautiful British woman who calls Indiana Jones on his shit and always gets the last word in when they do their witty exchanges, which means Indiana Jones love, which makes Indiana Jones love her, but not want to admit it because he's still a guy who's uncomfortable expressing vulnerability freely. It's the Kate Capshaw all do that. I was the British. Mom in script earlier psychic guy who doesn't really want to be an adventure and scares easy and isn't as handsome as Indiana Jones. That sounds like a head boy to me. This is all time character named for me. Why snake. Who wants to wise. Snake, you'd be wondering why snake is such a good backtrack word. Why snake in bad bones should have a spin movie, Tacoma, God. Yeah, I'd watch Wisey in the bones that sounds like a Stephen. Malcolm asong. Okay, and I'll do. I'll get our stage directions here. This is Indiana Jones in the cursed. Ruby just sounds like one to have this could be a real movie exterior day rickety old bridge Indiana Jones. British woman inside kit guy stand on the side of a rickety bridge intending to cross Indiana Jones tentatively takes a step onto the first old plank which snaps and falls into the canyons hungry Ma will. That's that it was nice knowing you Indiana Jones and YouTube British woman. He sweaty shakes both of their hands. If you need me, I'll be back at the village. So I kick guy turns and tries to leave. But Indiana Jones is still on the bridge, reaches behind him in palm sidekick, guys, head with his wrist. One hundred and eighty degrees rerouting him back to his original position by Indiana Jones's side me got turned around like a freaking u-turn. I hope you have a plan. We crossed the bridge satisfied? Nope. At me to the list of women, you can't satisfy Indiana Jones. Silence is louder than the streaks of those Nazi face. Melting goes from one of the movies, but that's gonna Lingga. Jones is narrow on the thick ropes of the rickety bridge. Those ropes. Look, pretty strong sidekick, had British woman, look at each other with concern faces, smash cut to wide shot of rickety bridge with the three of them hanging upside down, hands and feet locked inching along like little monkeys. I'm scared Indiana Jones. I'm very scared. Can we please go back to the village now if we leave now we can catch Lasco at that weird bar populated entirely by angry and Burley sword, carrying men wearing only and puffy MC, hammer, pants, stop wanting and start praying. We don't go back without that cursed ruby, you know, I really want you boys in your cursed rubies. The three reached the middle of the rickety bridge when a wise snake slithers along with thick rope and approaches Indiana Jones his hand. Oh, this is a real snake. It's talking snake. Yeah, makes why did have to be snakes. Come on Jones. Don't let us down now. Concha this fear of yours? No, I'm not going to shake the rope and try to make the snake fall down. Don't do it. I am good, grew up and trying, not even my line next, don't do it Indiana Jones. You might make us fall down instead of this snake, Indiana Jones closes his eyes and concentration. Snakes friends. He thinks snakes or I make or friends the camera gets in tight on his scrunched is as a single tier slips out his strong adventure I and inches down his cheek when it gets halfway kind of like how they're halfway across the bridge wise snake enters frame and licks the tier from his seat, then waits patiently for him to open his eyes you. But I hate you. To you safe. But today is a day for reconciliation. Gee, I mean Mr. snake. I'm clearly about to explain what I mean. Can you give your brother second, Indiana Jones? My kind in adventures, the lakes of you have been at war for thousands of reptilians. One thousand today saying has been fourth. Hold that on this day, the tier of adventure will soak the forked tongue of anti adventure. Our war will finally come to an end. But what about those? Cursed rubies? I really want forget about the rubies. This is more important than rubies Indiana Jones chicks thick rope, and the wise snake falls into the with the fading. His psychic guy in British woman returned from bracing themselves and looked Indiana Jones expectantly Indiana Jones whips, his head back to them with a grin ruby time baby. Oh, this should have been going when the snake with the thing. I think about that from the top. I was just like to say that that also much like your script was definitely better than Indiana Jones to create. Choice should produce that of it was nice monkey. It is. It's fun to think of the snake just being like, I'm sentient. So why don't we could get along? Oh yeah. We'll Chrissy boy related to Pepsi. Boy, I feel like I remember that from a from a pass show of yours. Oh, boy, I think Justin cousins, not for legal reasons. No. Fair enough. So we've come to the end here. And what we're going to do is we're going to wrap up with guess what movie trailer titles as describing having Joe never having heard of the movie the bus. And so I, if we remember we, she has. She's finally there in the dream place in the dream place. There's gotta be pausing here because this is way too long. The clip. Bogan let it go. Okay. So she finally made it. The dream place. She can't believe she's there. He's got a gun. Himbal before she can get out of the car. Looks like another car hits them. People are talking on the phone. It will be just like in the movies. Says a movie. Bizarre place. She doesn't know where she was going. Blue lights, red lights, unfinished rooms. Everyone seems to have a secret. Everyone is whispering. People freaking out people to call them. The day is getting stranger. The. Yeah, no, I'll watch that movie. What was that? Is that a, does this current or is this old? Let me I'll even tell you give you a decade here. I think it is early two, thousands. I mean, there aren't any guns in eternal sunshine and spotless mind within the first. We've done that one. That was like strange days. No. Yeah, too. Early two thousands. Is that a. That car crashed that threw me off. You can ask, oh. He'll Vanilla Sky, no, but we're living in the right tone. I don't. I'm not. I don't get regional sky Spanish version. Yes. No, it isn't. So the, I'll tell you the place that she's glad she finally is, is Los Angeles. Mojo and drive it is Mojo. Wow, wow. David, Liz, that's incredible. Yeah. This lead. It's so bizarre, but the trailer is so bizarre it. The moving sofa trailer was less weird in the movie is maybe I'll watch it. That's a never seen for you. Never seen love to watch somebody. Try to write Molin Dr. Actually sounds like your dad recited that today's vid Lynch and David Lynch just made the road face screenplay face. I like where you're going with this. I think I'll make a move. Right? Do my meditation. Yeah. Oh, thank you guys. Thanks Steve for about American werewolf in London. You bet. My pleasure. And if you want to let everyone know where to find you or some stuff, you got going find me on Instagram and all the social networking platforms at at Steve g. Great. Yeah, you can find me at at Colonel Sklar an I for once can actually plug something on this podcast. My last movie all the time we had. Thank you. No, my last movie. Awful. Nice is finally available on Amazon prime. So if you're a member, you can enjoy ten percent off at whole foods on special sale items and watch awful. Nice for free delightful. There you go. Let's really, we needed to drive some business. One gram. Awful. 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Ep. 655: Deep Dry Hug with Steve Agee

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Ep. 655: Deep Dry Hug with Steve Agee

"Give little time for the child within you don't be afraid to be young and free under the locks and throw away the keys and take off issues and sex and run you. It's Jordan Jesse go Jesse Thorn. America's Radio Sweetheart Jordan Morris, boy detective, how are your friend? Well, I just wanted to say welcome home. To you welcome to you Jesse. Welcome to your tier second podcast hall. Mobile home to the listeners. A welcome home to. Brian. Our producer. And Yeah just welcome. Welcome. Welcome to everybody if you're within earshot welcome home. Can I can I kind of piggyback off that Jordan? Do you mind? You know. I mean. I don't love it when you steal my thunder I don't love it. I don't love it. But Because because because we're home because home is where the heart is home is where you can really be you if you feel like. You, you have to steal my thunder. Allow it. Because we're home welcome home I hate stealing anyone's thunder only. I've ever done. It was when I briefly stole the thunder from dot. You kidnapped and entitled or Erotic Male Strip Review. But again briefly. Okay. I just wanted to see what they had and then I let them go. Okay. All right. All right Fellas I know you can't show the crank on stage but. So, just whip it out here for me in this van and. I'll let you get back I just WanNa say piggybacking on what you said Jordan right? You said welcome home welcome home I just WanNa say to the audience to you. To our guests on the program to Brian our producer. To My dog who's In a pile of sweat shirts in the corner of my closet. I WANNA. Say. MIKASA AS SU-CASA international I like that that's that's how a Spaniard would say right my home. Is. Your home. Can I tell you why I'm so inspired to say Welcome home and I might start saying at the top of every episode. You can tell me I mean I just assumed it's because I'm wearing sweat pants, but go ahead. So. There's a couple of places in my life that I've heard welcome home. You know apart from my home. All Garden. Olive. Garden. That's when you hear your family. If you try and sleep in an olive garden. Trust me yeah too much too many breadsticks. One time I thought I was family. Test out right there on the floor I got sleepy from the chicken parm. Welcome home they say to you as you're entering burning man welcome home. Okay. Here's the person. There's the steam punk. Ballerina Goblin that checks your ticket. Okay. They'd say welcome home right. They say it to you before you go in the Magic Castle, the members only Magic Club in Hollywood listen as you're entering the you know secret. The secret door, they say welcome home well, members only that's a stretch I would say members. Right, friends of members people invited by members. And large groups of employees from. Country Club in Orange County that's based exclusively on our experience going to see our friend Matt Ricardo there Very, very drunk and very, very blonde. And if there's anybody that you want to be seated near during a performance. It's the employees of an Orange County country club just great. Great. Great observers yeah. Okay. So there's two places. Welcome. You Know Burning Man The Magic Castle and so I think kind of what links these two things is like you know these are kind of like you're in the know type places and like you know these are places outside of normal society where you can let your freak flag fly right? Like sort of olive garden type places. Like a real olive, Garden. And so but and I, absolutely see the importance and the appeal of that. You know it's Nice it's nice to know that you can go somewhere and be with European. These are my people you know this isn't my you know this is my chosen family. These are my people I've only felt that way one time in my life Jordan okay and it wasn't in my family of origin it's not in my family of choice now. was briefly kidnapped the thunder from down under. Sure these people in their athletic peanut I. This this week I. I saw welcome home in a third place. Yeah. So, now it's been burning man number one. The Magic Castle number two. And, it is now on the door of Carl's junior. Welcome home. The fucking house. How's that Western Bacon cheeseburger without judgment you are home. These are your P-. These are these are people who prefer Chris cut fries to regular fries even though the regular fries are pretty good people who are hardee's east of the rockies right. I wonder if you're welcoming new home to Hardee's if we have any listeners, please go to your local hearts and let us know if they've added welcome home to the door if and gloomy add this. If we have any listeners, let us know because we've been presuming we've been going forward I mean assumption that we do not. Rights Yeah if we have listeners, we will do our best to improve the show. Perhaps by introducing things such as content or format. All right don't go nuts. Talking about a regular segment with the thunder from down under where they just rub their. Our guest on the program. Is Stand up finally stand up comic podcast. Right a gifted photographer, an art school graduate way. Probably, best known as the sidekick on Diablo Cody's talk show Steve Edgy Oh. Wow. Where did you come up with that? I know your Credit Steve That's a deep cut man. You know what I didn't I didn't know I. Guess I unlike Jesse, don't have the. Knowledge of your resume that maybe I should. Oh, you shouldn't it never aired. What was your? What was your I didn't know you did this tell tell us about what you did what were your sidekick duties? She. Pitched an idea for a talk show. I believe it was. AMC and We shot a pilot and It was really fun and it was based on she did a web series of interviews from. Her airstream that was parked in her. On her property and so she pitched based on that and We did a pilot and somehow Jesse knows about it. Jesse, were you the guy at AMC who act this? Yeah, I did. You did it. You said it was no turn Washington spies. That's why you were. That's why your accent. Welcome Home Jesse yeah welcome home. What were wait so so you're you like sat on the couch next to her you like. Did you do any band leading? No I don't this was so long ago I there was no band. There was like a pre taped musical opening and then i. it was just a half hour shows well, but it wasn't in the airstream. No, it was not. It was in a studio somewhere not think that's probably why it didn't go. Yeah I think it lost the charm outside of the airstream I'd love to guys I, know this is a cliche but God I'd love to have an airstream. I would to Oh my God me too I mean they're so cool and so beautiful could live Matthew mcconaughey. Hey or someone who sells fusion tacos, Portland. Shake Fusion tacos. I'm selling brisket tacos. Barbecue brisket Tacos out of my airstream. Yeah. Has a ring to it. Doesn't it sounds good. Steve I. saw you briefly in the kind of teaser trailer for the suicide squad. It was really exciting. Yeah. It's GONNA be Awesome I. I'm I'm really excited that. They finally showed something I mean. It's not going to be out until August of next year but I was really really excited that you know they had enough footage to release. A pretty decent sized behind the scenes. Little teaser. If you I don't know I mean this stuff is probably very protected by Warner brothers, but I am totally. Yeah Town AG. WHO GIVES? Release, the AG cut. Yeah Where you can see king sharks. Much. So you're acting in this kind of like apparatus right? Well, it was very weird. It wasn't really motion capture it was. Reference? Because King Shark is fully. CG. But. I mean there's no similarities between a human other than arms and legs. So it was really pointless to do motion capture so. I would just stand there and they would act to me and they're going to you know. Cut Me out and put in a you know a computer generated shark man, but they got you to do this. Yeah. Mo Cap Process because of your sinuous grace. 'cause I was tall. And willing to wear a fifty pound chess piece. Weird Bicycle, helmet. With a little, you know Balsa Wood frame of a shark head on it. Is Really Weird. I mean none of this. It's all in that behind the scenes stuff that was released I. Mean you're willing to do that. I've paid two hundred dollars an hour to do that. Hey to find someone on craigslist. Wow. Let me know next time I. Can Hook you up. This is interesting. Jordan Jesse. Go Fun fact for for the folks keeping track at home Steve AG, you'll be playing King Shark in an upcoming film and John Economists Oh Yeah Oh. Cool. Okay. Great. A dual role, an actual where you can seem me Steve AG in the skin. Wow. Pretty good reflected in the skin. Is it a very shiny skin? No, it's my normal well. I mean it's really white and so it's a little bit shiny. Got It. I was watching the Harley. Quinn. Show over there on HBO Max. It's very funny show the everything people say is true about that show it's really good. King Shark also in that voiced by run funches, Ronald funches. Yeah. Who has also been on this show. And it got me thinking like, are we number one destination the number one podcast destination for people who have played King Shark so far I think you are. So, this is interesting so i. I kind of Google King Shark on film. And we're we're missing one were missing one King Shark. On the Flash TV show which I A seen a few of watch regularly. His voice is done by David. Hater do you know who? David? Hater I have seen a few episodes of that just because I wanted to see what their king shark was like he's Terrifying, he's Probably, like twenty feet tall. Years will be years will be smaller and more lovable. Yeah. Yeah. Sort of like an amoeba level yes. Yes. For sure for sure. Yeah David Hater very interesting career. He is a the you know celebrated voiceover actor does a solid snake and most of the metal gear solid games although I think they replaced him with Kiefer Sutherland for the last one. Oh Yeah. You're right but he also is like just like a screen writer, he wrote like X. Men to no way. So anyway. David. Hater. Interesting Guy David Hater come on Jayjay go please we need the king shark hat trick is that a nor you guys are in show business I'm in public radio Is Better normal career crossover to be writing blockbuster films and also doing voices on the flash? No I don't think. So I think this guy legitimately has kind of an amazing weird career like I know that like Nat Faxon has written some movies. You know what I mean. He's got an Oscar for it and Jim Rash. Yeah guys is no joke but he's writing. Movies that are like directly comparable to the kind of acting work that he does. You know. Charming. Funny snuggled toothed movies. You know what I mean. To wait he wrote he wrote that one with the George Clooney. The descendants descendants. Yeah. That's not snuggle to. Yeah. Everybody's got perfect pearly whites in that. The dental the dental work in this movie. But I'm a I'm impressed to learn that this king shark is. Is that he writing X. Men movies. Solid snake good job. Pretty impressive. Sure. That's a beloved video game character. Our friend Sam is a spiderman. Movies. Is He writing? You know what? I mean? Yes. Sam Riegel right next movie God. Damn it. They get about window when to go. Anyway. So yeah if anybody out there knows hater. We, know he's got the fucking Mike to do a podcast absolutely decade doesn't just have a it's got gotTa Fuck annointment. You know he's got annoyment. Know, he's got annoyment. Yeah he's got that foam padding all over. He's got office with Foam padding. So. Yeah. Now I'm now I'm the hater. Skew fucking shock mount. What haters about What's he was he drinking warm. Yeah. Eating Green Apples. That's thing. Is that a voiceover trick I didn't know that that is a thing in voice over they'll have like green apples. But does something. Look it up. Brian keeps the keeps the doctor away I guess it reminds you what apple's are less good. I think it keeps your mouth from getting dried out. Yeah. Maybe I think they're pretty filled with moisture last I had one. Sticking supposed to keep the mucus. There you go. Yeah. Yeah. You mean mucus. That's the enemy of the voiceover actor. I under SORTA like lex Luther and Superman. Yes exactly. What King Shark and super void. Steve I, always kind of like checking in with you where you are in your video game journey I, think, sometimes you're on them sometimes, you're awesome. Obviously living in very. Very. Video. Game Heavy Times. I'm Kai which I found myself wondering. How is doing during all this? Well I started early on I jumped on that animal crossing. Sure. Sure. Yeah, which is pretty much. Know Fallen by the wayside and I I just spent a few weeks playing ghost of Sushi. Playstation which was incredible. I called Nick Wagner a coward for not playing Seco- backstab. Playing that instead. So go and call you a coward to even though I don't understand what I'm talking about anyway let's coward. Great. mccower. You like he was a you liked it. It was a good. He loved to I. Think I'm I'm I'm mad at it because it's similar to a game that I think is harder. So I'm I turned to my nose up at it, but maybe I shouldn't have. Give it a shot. What else are you gonNA do. Here's the thing Steve fucking nothing. It I'm not GONNA do. Shit. Yeah sure I might as well do that. Hey, you guys. have. You guys been playing a lot of baseball mogul twenty eighteen. Twenty nineteen baby, they fixed all the bugs. You've mentioned this a couple times on the show Jesse. What is I forget what the what it's not a baseball game. It's like a baseball management and game, oh my God. Yeah. No baseball game would be to action packed for me Georgia. Sure. You don't need that. You're just like trade guys and signed free agents Oh my God it's. It's Like. You pretending your bill. Up. Are they real baseball guys or is it like in? Baseball Stars for the s where they make up kind of fakey sounding American names, it's mostly real baseball guys. But, the Ninja black socks are in their from baseball stars they threw in. This on a video game system or do you play with like? Cards. Like solitaire like magic together. You played in Microsoft Windows my friend Microsoft Windows. ooh Nice Nice. Oh S. Click Click. That's the sound of that game. I've been trying to get my daughter to play this game with me. A called all star baseball. And like I really I'm just really pushing for any of my children. To like. Sports generally and baseball specifically just so that I can not feel like I am a bad person or parent when I'm watching a sporting event Does that make sense like if if you can rope your children into it, then you're taking care of them and thus your parenting and being a good person. Whereas, if you just do it while they hurt themselves in the next room. then. You're bad parents, right right. Sure. While they're all there while they're in the other room scarfing down tide pods. Yeah. Have you taken them to an actual baseball game? Yeah. A baseball game is been the most successful sporting event. I've taken my children to I've taken them to a couple of basketball things. Because a football is. Football is not going to going to a football game is not gonNA convince anyone to like football going to football game sucks. Yeah. And I I say that as somebody who enjoys watching football on television but going to a football game, you're so far away nothing exciting. It's nothing exciting about it like all the things that make it good on TV make it bad in real life right You're not wearing a shirt. You've got the team logo body painted on your on your torso. A, you don't have. You don't have to do that Jesse, did you think that was like required for entrance Geno vague make you do that Jordan now you've ever been to a professional football game boy it's it's it's been a while honestly. So maybe the maybe the rules have changed. Yeah I mean you maybe you didn't notice that was the rules because that we because you happen to have gone during that one year when you always had your shirt off in Los, Angeles Rams, body painted on your torso. Yeah Khaki you honestly now that you say that it does at that actually lines up perfectly. So that was junior year I think right? Yeah. My my rams year you never forget your rams. You're right. Everybody's got that Ramseyer Ramseyer but I I've taken them to a couple of basketball games. I gone gone to a few. We went to an LA sparks game, which is the WNBA team, and we went to a UCLA women's basketball game, and we went to a Harlem globetrotters game and Fun So. Here's the thing Steve No not fun as. The Harlem Globetrotter Harlem globetrotters game was impressively not fun. I went as a kid loved it. I know I was so excited to go Steve. WNBA game and the Ucla Women's basketball game. We're both pretty fun for me. and. I. Loved that I bought tickets to each of them for like eight dollars Any any professional sporting event I can go to eight dollars I'm in it sounds great to me spend all the rest of money on hotdogs. But the the thing that you forget about a basketball game if you're not regular regular basketball game attendee and I'm not I'm not a I'm not a millionaire. is. It is just assaultive like the level of of intensity of noise and lack blinking lights that goes on during a basketball game is so exhausting and for my kids, you know this is true for a lot of little kids like they're so easily censor since orally overwhelmed like they basically just like started crying. Ten minutes in until. At halftime or just before. You was the Harlem globetrotters less game less fun because you are concerned at why no one was helping, scooby? Doo. You know I'll tell you what I'll tell you why it was less fine. It's always more fun when your team is in the game and has a shot at winning and I'm a fourth generation general's fan. No. Right your day your day. You know it's a family thing. Your Dad was one. His Dad was one. You know my mom's from Washington DC and right right. You know how it is. You know how it is the globetrotters game it was it horrible but. Kids were not interested in the basketball tricks they kind of like the mascot. But. They weren't interested in the goofy stuff that the players were doing and also it is a very odd mix of acting goofy and just regular basketball playing. Yeah. It's like it's an archaic thing like obviously it's something that they figured out in nineteen forty four and have been doing for the past sixty five years. But it's just you can never tell, is this going to be one of the parts where they don't really play basketball or where they kind of really play basketball and it makes the kind of really playing basketball pretty dull and then but there's only so many times that you can do the goofy not basketball things. And they have to play an entire basketball game. It's it really like a full length game. They play an entire basketball game and I think. Part of the time at least one of the teams is trying to win well, just like kate like occasionally they have a ladder. And then there's that whole quarter where they just answer questions about what it was like being trapped on Gilligan's island. To hear that I would actually I, would I'm curious. It's just like like one guy is like fifty, five short and portly. And that guy's just a guy that they can't fire for some reason he's got something on somebody he's curly Joe's nephew. He's a good kid he's he's meadow lark Tangerine. And that's in that family there their first name is the same. And their last names are all different. Different citrus metal, our. Lemon lime. What was the last? Here's a question for you guys. What was the last leg arena scale? Event that you went to and double points for it not being like the beyond a concert or going to see youtube or something. But. Like have you guys been in the past ten years to like a motocross or? You know what I mean like one of those things that happens or like cattle show. I I actually just a quick tangent. I have never been to like an arena music show. I've never seen like. You Know Billy Joel Dodger Stadium. It's something I've actually Kinda, liked to do I. Think I get the impression that maybe though suck but I think I, kind of like grew up in a in a kind of a little zone of rock and roll where like you wanted to see people in the smallest room possible because that was like more credible. Sure. So I think I have like just this ingrained prejudiced against you know arena shows because that's not like fucking where the real. Man. But I. Yeah. But I feel like I've kind of gotten over that night I would I would I would love to see Billy Joel at dodger stadium were that were that to be safe at some point I think I might have never been to one of those kind of concerts myself. I went to see aerosmith in middle school but that was one of those outdoor amphitheater type deals you know like a five thousand seater did you have to time travel the see those guys in middle? Thirteen year old Steven Tyler. onstage, you saw him say maybe I should try a scarf and the rest is history. But like I've definitely been to the monster truck rally, I went to that one time. Yeah. Me Too. I've been to to rolling stones arena shows one in nineteen, eighty eight with guns, N. roses opening for them, low guns and roses, and living color opening for them. Wild Bill. That's a that is the most one, thousand, nine, hundred, Eighty, eight bill of all time, and then again around one, thousand, nine, hundred, five at the the Rosebowl. Is it is it fun to see like a band that huge space that huge? It's not bad it's. It's it's pretty fun. I gotTA would send. It's it's not bad. Yeah I. Bet I. Bet there's an energy, but there's a fucking energy where you're nuts you know I feel a big turning point came in my life. Is. I spent you know my teens and twenties going to rap concerts in clubs. Where you like? You jump up and down the whole time and. Rap along and. Call and response all those kinds of things right? It's sort of like the rap equivalent of the the punk rock shows that you are going to Jordan maybe. Less. Less Mosh pit violence more threat of someone pulling a gun at some point. And we're in San. Francisco where you're seeing these rap shows what club in San Francisco they independent in San? Francisco Maritime Hall Oh. Yeah. Those were those were all those were all ages. Mrs Is mostly starting when I was eighteen. Okay. Not Bottom of the hill. I went to a few at the bottom of the hill. Absolutely. I. Went to a few at the bottom of the hill club. Good Club. I like that place bottom man Vitamin Hills, fun of Shit but. Then, there was like a long period where I was really not going to anything and then. Like maybe a year ago a year and a half ago Theresa and I went to see Van Morrison. Who at the time was just a regular asshole. It's not. Right she's. and. But like I love Van Morrison. Fan. Morrison it's like the thing that my that my father and stepmother always agreed on you know my stepmother's from Belfast where Van Morrison's from and. Wow, you know this is very, very important to me and I I love Van Morrison's music and. So when I heard he was going to play. He was at the will turn theater, which is you know like a like a twenty five hundred seat type deal. I was like Treasa is it okay if I just by us? Van, Morris had tickets even though they probably cost four hundred dollars or something. And she was like. Yeah And Treason I. went to that and Man I. Love. Sit in a chair concerts. The best. I realize now that. I was pursuing the like passionate intensity of you know seeing the the wake up show reunion concert. At Ruby Skye in San. Francisco. Where where a tribe called quest had a surprise reunion and everyone was pushing each other in your bathing sweat and all that. But I can't do that anymore and now I'm just like, yeah I just WanNa Watch an old guy singing jazz standards and I'm not obliged to leave my chair. It's so great when you go to a theater to see a show and there's all these seats. And the opening act plays in everyone's sitting down and then the main act comes out. And then there's a fucking moment where everyone stands up and you're just like, God damn it. Really. WE'RE GONNA get down for this wine. On. Me and a friend of Jordan, Jesse, go. Benjamin. From the greatest generation and and so forth went to see Rafael CDC last year and Rafael. CDC of course, the the main singer in Tony Tony Tony among many other. Among. Many other achievements and I love Rafael. CDC More than anything and I'm like this is going to be great. This is a show for my. This is your show for for people my age and also ten years older than me. It's GonNa. Be You know it's GonNa be like Suited and booted everybody is going to be looking like a million dollars like wearing church close every lady in this thing is going to be wearing heels and I am just going to sit down in a chair and enjoy as he sings anniversary and a bunch of women scream. We got to this club and there was no chairs. No, there was no chairs I'm like you know chairs at show for forty five year olds nobody was opening up the pit fucking posers. I know. Ladies and Feather Boas weren't I. I remember going to. See Courtney Barnett a couple years ago. Great Show fucking fucking rules if you ever get a chance to. See Courtney Barnett live dammit that rocked so hard. And I remember leaving I turned to the friends I was and I said, well, that was a good length. No I was happy that it wasn't too long. I'm like well, sometimes sometimes they do they fucking jam during the encore. encore. was like, yeah, that's great. I'm browbeat by ten. I am so ready for what I am thinking of as the Jimmy Pardo period in my life. Named after our mutual friend Jimmy Pardo. Which is where I go to tons of concerts there all sit downs in theaters that I bought the tickets for a fifteen dollars on stubhub. And it's all elderly people like I'm only going to see a but I but I'm loving that I am so ready for and I'm also ready. This is a difference between my style. And and there's I'm ready to be a jazz guy like you know how sometimes your parents will be like I'd love to see some live jazz. I'm ready. I'm ready to just one day. Say to my wife honey why don't we go up to see some live Jazz Baked Potato Yeah? Yeah. The. Baked. Potato. Go. It's great. Yeah. I should. I. Should set you up I should do you an email with my Stepdad Brad. I'd love. Your wood breath thinks about those horns do you I mean if you ever want to talk to somebody who has an opinion about live jazz venues? He's your guy. You know I would love to be I I would love to get to the point of security within myself and enjoyment and appreciation of the arts where I say to somebody. You know it's a great place to see live music new? Orleans. Not There yet not quite but I'm getting there I'm close. I want to be that I want that for myself and my family. New Orleans. Live. Music. A, Love live music. Try the been. yays loves ZYDECO. Anything, washboard yeah you. You. You love a live concert where the watch more guys at the front of the stage and everybody else's moved back. So you could pay attention to the WASHBOARD. Yeah. You don't WanNa miss the Solo I did see that last time I was in New Orleans a live show where the washboard guy was fucking easily star and everybody else was just there supporting him. It was pretty amazing. Wow and I tried the been yeas and you know what they were. Great. Pretty. Good. Yeah. Our lives are going to be great when there's public life again, Shoes please not soon enough how you see people writing on social media. A man that the handshake is dead. You know or like one no people I never gonNA leave the house again. All I'M GONNA. Do is shake hands with people. Yeah. Like I have an erection right now just thinking about shake hands. Wow, it's like all I want at all is to shake hands walk through a crowded marketplace of some kind I desperately. Want to hug just a big deep dry. Hell steepen dry I, like him bleep. Dry Steve Right now. I'd take a wet hug. Oh, sure. I. Just got off a waterslide. You know you know what? Even I'd take at this point I'd take a fucking mafia death, kiss. I, I would love I would love to be touched into feel the warmth of a human. So much I would take the mafia death, kiss. Even. Be Worth at knowing that someday. A Guy's GonNa come for me and kill me with a hammer in my sleep. My only human contact has been with some goddamn medic shoving of fucking. Up My nose. That's the closest thing I've come to human contact and six months decent dry though. I know you like it. I. Know You like a diva dry was deep and dry. Yeah. Well, let's take a break. So we can think about hugs we'll be back in just a second on Jordan Jesse go. It's Jordan Jesse go I'M JESSE THORN AMERICA'S RADIO SWEETHEART. Jordan Morris. Boy Detective Steve AG Cova Golden Boy. Lookout Tom Hanks. Sorry Idris Elba address the Rock who. Do you have any context on that Steve or no I just. I. Like everybody else I'm a victim of this I have not had covert but. I'm staying in this house so I don't die from it. Good call. Good call you know I try. I try to live. When something. Happens to you like you go on a little walk. Have you heard about this heave? Walking yeah. I haven't done it much lately. Well, be careful 'cause Dr She's GonNa come with his Jack. Booted thugs. The government now requires you to go for a little fucking walk because apparently we live in communist Germany. Jesus fucking FAO. G Mecca me go on, a walk I don't have to find want to. She called my house, the other day no way, and that's how he talks. says. Hi. It's Dr Chee. I said. You why are you calling me? Don't you have to fight this global pandemic? Go for a little fucking walk around the neighborhood. I mean you to go for a little fucking walk. It's me doctor. You have to how do you get your number? I gave it to him at a party, but that was pre covert. Mistake. Yeah and I was pretty hammered. Looking good though. You know. Does. He looks good for age especially now I, know I know I don't like the man because he's you know forcing everybody go on these dumb little fucking walks but I will have to admit he looks like he could be one of the thunder from down under. To call something back from earlier in the show I. Think he was in the thunder from down under in between the in between the Clinton and Obama Administration's. Lab Mix that lines up time timeline wise. Yeah. He called me said, why are you from little dark? What are you going to fucking walk with your dog bring some poop bags. He says fucking walk but he says poop bags not shipping. Yeah, he's a weird guy. He's a weird Guy Kinda Weirdo that may passes a law that says you have to go on a little fucking. Yeah. It's just a new a podcast and wave to your neighbor. That's what fun is now. Don't talk to them retard door they could get too close. But really you just want to give them a dry. Hug. Dry Deep. Dry. Hug. anyway momentous occasions segment of the show Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah two, zero, six, nine, eight, four for fun JJ. Go at maximum fun. Dot Org. Here's an example of such a call. Hey Jordan, Jesse This happened like an hour ago. But I'm just I'm just getting again. So I'm I'm hiking in the mountains. And I saw a an American Pie Martin which are super rare and super cute little weasels that kind of like like the dressed up as squirrels and it was my first time ever seen one and I'm alone and I didn't have anybody to tell me I mean you know what I mean and and super excited and that's it. Okay. Well, the show by. fucking call right good energy good energy on that too very good vibes coming off that Pine Marten call. What's I? Where are the ADIRONDACKS? I. Know that there are mountains but I I I don't even know where where did it begin looking for them? The northeast right in the New York state right sounds about right. Make sense I don't know you're the you're the mountain expert I'm more of Pine Marten Guy Oh yeah. I wonder if she was tempted to capture payment, I think I would be. It sounds pretty cute. When love to capture in Tame, that I'd probably if I was going to hike the adirondacks I, probably have one of those long handle butterfly nets just in case I saw pine Marten. Or a you know a classic Comic Strip Bank Robber. He can also catch one of those in A. Net. Yeah I'd love to catch a bank robber just once they always allude your grasp so slippery. You know why? BECAUSE THEY GREECE UP? That's true. Like thunder from down under. Something we talked about earlier in the show. That'd be. That'd that'd be a fun movie the thunder from down under dare club closes and they have to do a heist and there are a bunch of hunks and they like. To like go through like air ducts and stuff. Hey listeners hit us up on social. Does that sound like a good movie? If. So tag you're out there Jack Warner Yeah Mike Ovitz Tag Mike Ovitz tell them I've got an idea at Ovitz Hashtag Greece up. You'll know what it means smoke. Mike Ovitz dead. I don't know I. was just a huge referenced during David Letterman's NBC years. Iacovou still alive seventy three years old and living in the adirondacks living in Iran. CATCH CATCHING WEASELS Steve you've been on the show a few times before. So I don't I don't mean to be presumptuous and explaining to you what our show is is basically a podcast version. Of the Robert Altman film, the player Oh I like that we sort of satirize inside show business. Stuff like eating at Spago I used to live in an apartment. My first apartment in Los Angeles was right behind the old spago up their next to the old tower records. The old SPAGO old spago does he ever treat yourself never went in once I lived there. Here's. I Yeah I guess I, knowing that like you know your I l. a. apartment is usually just a real a real piece of shit and I imagine. I don't mean to presume that your apartment was a real peace shed Steve but. It was a real piece of Shit Jordan Giorno. Well, there you go. I guess I should assume more even if it makes an ass out of you and me. To like live in the shadow of the like thing that is used as A. Joke about opulence is probably a real weird fuck you to have to experience every day. I went to Spago once and there was Wolfgang fucking puck. Knows that true? Sure talking to talking to celebrities at a at their table Man and I'm like come over here Volpi. Forfeit. No recognition. Nothing Dick do you. Think. He doesn't like being called Woolsey. I just wanted a long deep dry, hug. From the man who invented putting Barbecue Chicken on pizza. Yeah. Yeah. Is that him I think so you think that's right. It is no. Yeah. And is now. Long Volpi, can I ask you guys a question now? Steve Yeah you're you spent a Lotta time Joshua Tree, the sultan see points east of Los Angeles Yeah. You love the the Baron nightmare scape I do. Of those places I did yes. Would you go on a hike like a long hike and also would you go on a hike where it was just you? Oh. Yeah. I was doing like the I seventy days of this pandemic I was hiking until like really hot out there. What, what do you see when you're out there? Is it just desolate baronness or? You see goat every now and then. They got any Martin's you'll see rabbits you see rabbits no Martin's Some roadrunners. Yeah. I saw I was driving down the street right here in the city of Los Angeles I saw bunny rabbit. I said to myself. That's living the pretty amazing. You know what? I mean CNN bunny rabbit right there. Oh, you were. I thought you were envying I thought you were envying the bunnies life no bunnies have terrible. Scared of everything. Yeah and. And their teeth never stopped growing. Frequent fucking from what I understand. Yeah Yeah that's true. They do fuck it up. They do. Love it. Bunny Rabbit knows how to lay some pipe shot US adorable widow pipe. Going to get up in the Madore able widow guts. To. Hear waste. Your doctor G I can tell. Doctor and an Easter bunny outfit you're wearing trick me nice try chassis yeah. Stig another call. I got A. Momentous occasion for you I was driving to get groceries the other day. This is a part of town mostly strip malls and industrialized. Dear how about those crickets? From now on, we're only taking calls that feature in. Atmospheric soundscape yeah. Please call us from the first part of the pirates of the Caribbean ride. I would love to get a call. I don't know if Disneyland's open yet it is probably unsafe but. If you're fine being unsafe. Go and call us from the first part of the pirates of the Caribbean ride. We'll send you a magnet or something i. don't know we got magnets. Who gives a WHO gives a fuck will find a magnet to send you know make one, make a magnet send to somebody who calls us from the ride. I probably got one upstairs that says hearst castle cross it out and right in Jordan. Jesse go. Great Great. Should we have a castle probably? What have we done to deserve a castle? Some merit system. Okay. Sorry. Brian go ahead and press play. This is a part of town mostly strip malls and industrial arts a place where idear has absolutely no place being. Yet right off the side of the road. motherfucking deer standing there and it kind of looks at me and gives me this look like, yeah, I'm about to do it. And so it runs right out in the road. And so I break for him. Dude behind me honking his horn like get the fuck out of the way. and. so he like speeds up to go around me on the right doesn't see the deer almost hits it swerves little bit everybody's fine we come up to the next. Stop Light. And you kind of looks at me gives me the finger guns shoe. Drives off and what do I see dangling in the rear end of his car? Couple of brass truck nuts. Truck testicles. So that was pretty momentous. Figure guys might like to know. Thanks. This guy took one of those off classes. Yes, because he knows that you need to tell the story, you have to have a capper and then you have to have a moment of reflection. In the moment and reflection is the not the truck rice right the capper is the finger guns and then the moment of reflection is at the end of the day. We're all just a some brass truck nut right Dang dangling dangling from this fucking crazy blue chevy we're all going around on. What I call the earth. It's crazy. Fucking Blue Chevy. Man. All just dangling off the back. Sorry. Dan Kennedy. We know your tricks now. Yeah. We know it's all about the truck nets a fun wildlife theme to the calls this week. Good Job Brian Finding. thematically linked momentous occasion. That's a lot of fun. It's like I always say you know nature finds a way right? You do always say that it's true right before shit went crazy Jurassic Park constantly saying that you know what the other thing I always say is. You're going to need a bigger boat rights. You do say that a lot. I. Do you know Anna Friends with two small boats? Can I say and you also say here comes a close encounters of the third kind. That famous line. that. Have you seen the movie close encounters of the third kind Jordan I have. Yeah. Great. Really, cool I hadn't saving until like a year ago I. Like yeah this is exactly my kind of boring movie that's Great Dreyfuss is really funny in it. I don't know I feel like I you. You're a May I forget often how funny Richard Dreyfuss is when he's like flipping the fuck out, he's career I didn't even. So Richard Dreyfuss is like exactly in the heart of the category of people who were famous when I was a child and adolescent but for the life of me, I couldn't figure out why? And it's I hadn't seen jaws or close encounters. and. You see those in you're like well, obviously, Richard Dreyfuss is America's greatest movie star. This guy's amazing. Whereas my first experience with Richard Dreyfuss was. What the fuck is this crippen Dorf tribe Guy Miss Fuck is Mr Hall and. Why do I give a shit about that? Seems like a pretty shitty open to me. But I. don't I don't know if that's because he's something that you understand better when you're an adult or simply because I hadn't seen those two movies. Yeah I. Don't know I. Think I. Think I had seen those as a kid and I think I liked I think I liked Dreyfuss. He had like a horse racing movie that I watched. Demanded, my parents rent a lot and. Yeah. What is that called? It's Anyway Richard Dreyfuss horse racing movie I don't. Look the ESTA Lamont, the movie. Anyway I'm sure that was like. A grownup eighties comedy, but for some reason, I disliked ride. Let it ride. There you go. The Dude just funny when he freaks out because he starts with like a lot of Oh and what about Bob I liked what about Bob to as a kid? So I think I he's great and what about Bob? So so yeah, he's very funny. A lot of freaking out in that Yeah I love it. When he freaks out HBO Max has a like selected by AMC category on it. Yeah I. Think IT'S But. Thank you. That's unnecessary for me to correct you there. You're what you're saying anyway. And I I I'm I'm excited about this category and I watch a movie that starred Dom deluise. And Dom deluise I remember I could not have been more baffled by Dom deluise as a child. Like what is this man and it was obvious he was famous because he had parts for a famous person in the muppet movie or whatever. Right? But I couldn't figure out what is this guy's deal? Now all I WANNA do is watch dom deluise. That it's. Kind of like celebrity when you're a kid like someone, you've never seen them in anything but when you see them for the first time, people are treating them like a celebrity. So you assume that they're famous your Bernie. Is Usually the Monaco. The muppets are excited to see this guy how was always like what is what's good about Burt Reynolds and then it's because I didn't see. It's because see smokey and the bandit until I was an adult and I saw smoking in abandoned I'm like Oh. What's good about burt? Reynolds is everything in the world is the greatest thing in history just wandering around chewing gum in it's the greatest chit ever and slapping. Dom deluise. Yeah. Being, a little mean to Sally Field Okay let's take one more call. Hello Jordan Hello Jessie logo. This is Tony from Vancouver, British Columbia calling in with a momentous occasion. The project that I have been working on for the last year or so has finally been announced and has finally been revealed to the world and I'm very excited to be able to start telling people that I adapted and drew the artwork together with Natalie. Reese? For the bubble graphic novel. This is fantastic. I mean I have been a Jordan Jesse go listener for a very long time. So guys Jordan. Has, been, a real guide damned treat to be able to be a part of this every page every panel has been an absolute delight. So thank you so much for bringing me on to be a part of this this announcement made. Maybe a week or so ago at this point. So maybe a wondering Oh, why Tony? Why are you being? So Tardy in a calling with this occasion, and the answer is that I have been busy with another momentous occasion, my partner and I mean mostly she but you know I was there to have been busy bringing a newborn child into the world. And in between then and now he's been busy converting my waking hours into light enjoy. So. Jesse, hope this all satisfy as an excuse for not calling in sooner. Love you guys love the podcast hope to talk to you chose. Come on Tony what is this year? One of the show your mementos occasion is you had your first child come on. That ten years ago it was mainly the comic book. That's the primary one we haven't had that before. Me Dr Chief. I to the world. So what are you going to walk around the block and you can look in the window of his story? You don't really WANNA. Make comfortable. Hey wait a minute dr a mask, the Easter Buddy. With me the whole time. On the laws share my distinctive Easter bunny voice. I didn't. A. Very slight difference. To Lay. Samaritans. What about some? Oh. Fuzzy. Whittled pipe. It's up for preorder now. the whole graphic novel. That's the Great Tony Cliff, the creator of the Delilah Dirk series, which is a pretty fantastic. Series, of graphic novels for graphic novel fans and also maybe older kids Yeah and he he was he was nice enough to. yeah. Be The be the guy for the for the bubble graphic novel I wrote the script with Sarah Morgan we talked. A. Little bit about this last week. Natalie raced the colors and boy. He. was he was he was a swell Guy I. Think you know I mean in addition to being a really brilliant artist, you know has listened to this show for a long time. So I think he kind of like you know understands. Things that we think are funny. So Yeah it was great I feel like I did not have to have any like. Sense of humor discussions with him at all while we were doing this, it was like Pete just got everything were you surprised Jordan that? So many of the crowd scenes had booster golden. Them. I I mean I, I was delighted at first but then concerned we were gonNA run up against copyright issues. Steve. You've got an with Warner brothers as king sharply tell them not to sue. US. All right. I'll talk to him. He's asked cater to say something. Steve What are the top three acting choices that you make when you're playing. I presume King Shark is some kind of. Sharp man with crown. No. No crown is just implied that he's royalty I guess. Guy. By the name implied by choices. Yeah, what kind of choices you're making is open her eyes closed right? RUN OR WALK Deep Voice or. Voice Right. Easter Bunny or Dr Fau gene. Shock. David, hater. Super Boy. Yeah speak. Hey. We can preorder the bubble graphic novel. A lot of people have been not a lot of is some people on social media have been. Telling me that their local indie bookstores are pre ordering. It's actually made a note of the ones I've heard about fear in northern Virginia. You can give the people at one one more page books, a call Washington DC politics and prose and Salt Lake City the king's English bookshop. Yeah. So definitely if you can't get it from your local bookstore but if you like shopping on Amazon, it's up there now and you can pre-order it. Politics and prose as a dope bookstore been to that bookstore before. Yeah. They're. That's why they're there reordering bubbled now preorder they're bad boy preorder the bad boy makes it be listen I know you're you're out there you're probably your first priority was five preorder. Second. Second Priority Cyber Truck. Truck for me Lon mosque if you have a little bit leftover Pres de Listen your. You're. You're you're cash doesn't mean a lot to Moscow? But Priori a book is a really big deal for the book. So if you can please do it, it's it's really really good I've seen it. Tony's a fucking genius and the baby will the baby will be a genius as well. You know what? People have cellular telephones. Yeah. Why not call your local bookstore while you're out on your little fucking walk yet that's a great thing to do on your little fucking. Bullshit wash. Yeah get on your Yelp to type in India bookstore, call them up and then yeah there's another good thing about doing that. If enough people call a hey, like they say to themselves effort this fucking bubble things seems like it's going to be huge. I'm going to order a couple extra copies and then they do and then people can buy it. So that's helpful. Anyway do it while you're on your done little walk fucking baby. My dead makes art. Are You specifically being Tony's baby now Tony's baby. Yeah. Congratulations Tony. It's yeah. Children are wonderful. If you ask me, they're our future. And the past if we ask time traveler booster gold. Jerk from the future. Jj Go at maximum fund or two, zero, six, nine, eight, four, four fund. We'll be back in just a second on Jesse go. 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The original one is the premise is burt reynolds is in jail and he organizes football team in the jail. and there's a great part where burned at Peters is really funny. There's a few racist parts, of course, seventies and homophobic parts of course seventies. But mostly it's there's no jokes. Burt Reynolds wandering around chewing gum Yep and that is pretty great. I've been meaning to see gator I've never seen gator and I think he fights gator in it. That sounds good. There's no way fights gator in it. I think he probably is called gator. Steve. No. He Guards A. Dude. Man That'd be a real disappointment you buy a ticket to a movie called GATOR. Guy. Biggest Somebody doesn't jump offense. To pop your tires if you drive in this ways, Rog does exit only all right. I googled I googled gator. I got a Lotta pictures of a U. T. V. Crossover vehicle looks like something maybe like a groundskeeper uses but also the poster, for Burt, Reynolds to Tagline of witches meet the by US baddest good old boy. And he's hugging he's hugging a Bikini Babe. Jordan were you a gator at the lake in in mission if? There was a there's a there's a manmade members only lake near where I grew up. For summer operated the gate where people. Went in and out anyway. Anyway. fucking good story. Working doing that they got they got little boats. Boats paddle boats. You can take a junior lifeguard class which I did. A lot of fun. Yeah you there's concerts you can see like. You know it's where you'll see like a temptations, but there's none of the original temptations sure. They do They do those kinds of conflict I opened the door for. Joan Osborne once when she was coming into do her concert. ooh Yeah, we're talking that was. Osborne. fucking. Osbourne Ozzie's Z's sister. Hates. Bites the head off a bat during every performance. Right after what if God was one of us? Can Snacks on a bat. I. And I watched a couple months ago I watched my vhs copy of. The documentary standing in the shadows of motown about the funk brothers the the motown house band or one of the motown house bands. and. It was. It's an important. They're incredibly important in charming dudes and there was a lot of musical performances in it and you know maybe the movie was a little bit. Of, baby baby boomer Corny but. The one thing that I. took. Home From It is Joan Osborne is in it a lot. and honestly, she's fucking great. She sings great. She seems super cool. I was like I guess Joan Osborne just totally delivers on the promise of her hit song. What if God was one of us? Yeah. She was on week. I heard her on weekend edition today. She's got new music. Really. Yeah. She can really blow. I mean she was really she. You know not all these people really carried off their motown covers in this movie and she really did good for her Joe Osborn there you have it. It's all the bats. They say a voiceover actors have to eat a green apple. Motown covers you gotta snack on a bat got us. Talking about some stuff from earlier in the show. Steve have. You got have you got anything of note going on that our audience should know about well. I did just shoot an episode of Superstore this past week. happening. There back in production and a being very safe. So. Not GonNA lie. It was a massive anxiety attack. The first couple of hours being on a set I believe it but they're they're running it really well and So I think. That starts mid October. So keep an eye on. Them? Very funny show very funny television program and I I am not on I'm not on the ground myself but I've heard many people compliment your instagram photography as soon as I get on that on the ground. Facebook oh so you went I watched that but social dilemma and deleted my facebook I haven't watched that, but I hear that it'll make you do it roof? Yes. Yeah. I've actually got a little I got a little plan to get on the Graham actually I've got a little let's. Alto. Might get on the Graham here pretty soon. Nice out. Say This I'm on the Graham. and. I'm GonNa Tell Ya. EIJI. Number One recommended follow That can't be true number one. Number one overall. And I to put this on a thank you. Thank you number three I hear there's an account where it's just videos of cats doing that thing where they go. Probably Alan follow that thing number two is a dog named Willy. At City Willie. This dog. Somebody, some listener you know judge hydrogen listeners something said, you should follow my dog on instagram and I'm like come on. You know. Like at least tell me about someone else's dog. That's good. Right you're just plugging your own dog to me and I looked at the dog. And it's at the greatest dog in the history of the World City Willie fully delivers city. Willie. But the God, the dog is just cute. It's not a gifted artist like our Steve eiji Steve AG is a legitimately wonderful photographer. Who Posts beautiful photographs all the time Oh. Thank you. and. Really. A more interesting and aesthetically appreciate -able than some. Professional Photographers fulltime professional photographer Steven occasional professional photographer trying to get their who who I follow on instagram Steve's a really gifted photographer and The really beautiful I and also an interesting lifestyle that allows him to photograph interesting stuff. Thanks man very kind of you I mean it. Jordan in just heard that I've lived I've heard it. Could, be bullshit. Well. You'll have to get on the ground getting on the. Out The. Graham. We Jordan are you still here? All I can hear is the Easter Bunny. Our producer is Brian Sunny D. Fernandez. 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SLEEPY DIZZY

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59:50 min | 1 year ago

SLEEPY DIZZY

"Hey, there, we're no doctors listeners before we get into this week's episode. I want to let you know that our entire back catalogue of episodes in new episodes. All completely ad free, as well as extended episodes and bonus content. You can't find anywhere else or all on Stitcher premium head over to Stitcher, premium dot com and enter the code star burns for a free thirty day trial. That's S. T. A. R. B. U. R N S. Check it out. Thanks. I am Dan done the host of what we're drinking with Dan done a show that mixes history, culture, politics, famous people in booze and strains it through the cognitive mesh of my saddled gray matter. Join me each week is I take a lighthearted stroll through the consequential role that alcohol is played through the ages, and how it shaped key moments in history, quite literally changing the world. For instance, did you know the Thomas Jefferson started the first US wine company in Virginia with investments, from George Washington? Ben franklin. It's true. And if you're wondering who's winery sits across the street from Jefferson's estate today. Here's a hint. What's our Inge, president and has a very good brain? And the best people. Also tell you about new stuff to drink trends, recipes and other things that are good to know and they'll chat up celebrities along with the movers and shakers of the adult beverage world. And since this is a show about alcohol. I'd like to remind you that drinking can cause memory loss, or even worse memory loss. Right. Plugging my show, it's called. What we're drinking with Dan done. It's fun. I promise. So come on pull up a bar stool. And let's kick it. Starving. Recording. I still haven't figured out why it sounds echoey to me. I'm recording today which is Tuesday, June eighteenth. It's about two PM here in California, Los Angeles. I'm in my apartment once again, recording on logic pro x. Which is an upgraded version of the one I'm use to recording on. And I still haven't figured out. The voice presets. I'm using one called narration. So it shouldn't sound echoey. Echo echo echo. Well, whatever. Got to get through this, y'all. Well, I would plug my coming. Appearance on drunk history. But it's tonight. And so, by the time this drops, it will be out there. You can probably find it on the comedy, central website, the new season of drunk history starts tonight. So I think it'll be up on their website. Or if you have cable, I don't have cable anymore. I just use everything on apple TV in the internet. But if you have cable, I'm sure comedy central will rerun the hell out of it. So keep a lookout some great people in tonight's episode. It's myself that I'm great. Sorry, I am still coughing because I haven't tried the the what do you call it? Montel Lucas sewed Saad, whatever it's called. I think I'm going to start at this week to actually kind of excited. But yeah, tonight's episode of drunk history. I am in one of the episodes. Colin Hanks is in another episode Taryn Kilim is in another episode Sara rue. That's funny. I've done like three or four episodes of drunk history. And I think this is my favorite one, the one that airs tonight. It's about a guy named Phoenix cage. No Fini's gauge. I talk about this dude story on this podcast because it is medical related. There was a guy in, I think the eighteen hundreds, I think it was eighteen hundreds. He was working on a railroad crew. They were laying railroad tracks. And he was using this big metal pole like a metal rod to pack down some gun powder, because they were blasting away some rocks. And the gun powder exploded and shot the metal rod, which was probably like. You know, it was two inches in diameter. It was big. It wasn't like a thin. Little nail. Went up through his cheek bone up through his cheek right under his left eye and then out the top of his head. This gigantic like four rod, and, and he was fine. God here that, that's my. Water heater. Hate that noise. But anyway, yeah fin finance. Gauge or watch this comedy, central drunk history episode I played finished gauge, but this poll went right through his fricking head like in his face in the top of his head and it didn't kill him. I don't even think it knocked him unconscious. He went to the hospital on just like fuck, this guy should be dead. But he famously is studied in like I believe it's psychology classes. The way that the due to this accident completely even though it didn't ensure him physically other than like fucked up his destroyed his left eye and left a hole in his head and which eventually filled in, but. Other than that, it really psychologically, changed like his it changed his personality. And that's why they study him in like psychology classes. Because it damaged part of his brain that totally made him go from, like a mild mannered dude to just this like. Come on. Let's go out and get laid you guys. Let's get some drinks like just crazy animal. So that's the episode tonight of drunk history. Still up, so of American Princess. You can get him on IT tunes. Or again, if you have cable, you can watch lifetime network Sunday nights. I think this last episode was four. I think that was my biggest episode was episode for this last one is a good one show. I think is doing well it's, it's funny. Based on my friend Jamie's actual life working and living at a renaissance fair. That is so crazy to me. Shrinking ice coffee. I'm really about to start back on Kito and going to the gym. So I'm really just going to town eating junk, because I know that in the next couple days, it's going to end. So let's update. I think the last episode I mentioned that I had gotten my tooth pulled out finally after a year or so of putting it off my I think it's called the number two molar because it's made out of human shit just kidding. But I do think it is called the number two like they get they give your teeth name. So the doctors know which to, oh, it's the number eleven and they know to look at. There was my upper molar in the very back on the right on my right side. And I as you know, I had a. Root canal and I neglected to get my permanent crown put on 'cause I was waiting until the new year too, until my dental insurance reset, I had more money. And in the time that I had waited the tooth had just deteriorated lost the temporary crowns. It was just a whole mess. And they're like, we have no choice but to pull that tooth out, we'll probably have to do a bone graft to grow new bone, where the tooth was so that we can do in a dental implant, basically fake tooth back there. And I believe the last episode, I was talking about having an out and I add to a week ago from this past Friday a week before this past Friday. So I think I recorded the podcast let's he Friday, Saturday Sunday like four days after I'd had the tooth pulled and my biggest worry was getting dry socket. And when I talked to you guys on day, four or five, I still had no dry socket. You know, it was I was that was right in, like the dangers unusually it's like four or five days in when you can get a dry socket. Still, no dry saga. I think definitely in the clear. This past Thursday. I went no. Yes. Last Thursday, I went in. In had a follow up appointment with my doctor. She said everything looked great. She took the stitches out which was weird because they don't numb you for that they just go in the cut the sutures, and then get this little pincher thing, and just pull them out right through your gums kind of take it kind of hurts. But kind of tickles more. There's a tiny little bit of blood because it's going out of your gums. She did that just a couple minutes. She said the bone graft looked like it took, and everything looked great. Got my tongue tongue back there. Right now. It feels weird. Just like this extra stretch of gum or there used to be a tooth, but it's also like a crater in there. It's filling in slowly, but it has to heal from the inside out. Obviously, doesn't heal on the top. And then fill in. So it's just slowly gonna fill back in. Feels weird. I've constantly rinse it out. Because when I eat food will get stuck in there. Even though I'm not eating eating on that side of my mouth. Because there are still some tenderness like I can't chew on that side a feels weird brushing over there. But yeah, that was that's where I'm at now, I guess, I just wait. Until the bone graft is taken full effect in strong, and then. Probably the beginning of. Sorry tired who'd be getting a next year. I'll get a. A new tooth put in there. God. I'm glad I got this out of the way what, what a stupid thing for me to put off for so long. Just really putting my health at risk. You know, risking infections and stuff doing that. But what are you going to do? And then tomorrow Wednesday, ten AM I'm going in and having to fillings, put in. Because when I was in there last week for my follow up in having the stitches taken out. She's like, all right. Well, we'll make some appointments to get the other stuff done. Like let's just start right now. I go, I don't wanna put should off anymore. Let me. And here's what I deal you to have done because there's another tooth. It was an old root canal that this was from years ago. And. On the bottom. It's a molar on the bottom left side, and I had a root canal, the day after thanksgiving like it was an emergency root canal. I just started hurting on thanksgiving. Couldn't eat, so bombed, I got to thanksgiving dinner, and my to hurt, so bad, I was in absolute hell. And it was a long weekend. This was a Thursday and it's like, oh my God. Every Dennis's out of town for the weekend. I didn't know what to do and I actually found a dentist who is like it wasn't. I don't think it was Thursday or Friday. That they could see me. But that weekend I went into this dentist in Culver city, and she like. Did have root canal. It was amazing. She was terrific. And then they were putting on the temporary. And I was like let me be honest. I don't have a lot. I, I don't even think I'd dental insurance at the time I was like let me be honest. I don't have a lot of money. Hopefully, you know, I've been working a lot this year. So hopefully in January my sag insurance will have kicked in. She's like, well, then I'm going to give you a really solid. Temporary crown. Like she's like I'm really fill everything in. In a looks weird. It's not like a white, you know. Credit doesn't look like to just looks like silver or like. Almost but it's not, shiny silver is this gray just cap on my to like she really covered everything up. And this has been a few years, and I've just left it like I have not touched this tooth or done anything to it. There's no pain, there's no infection. It's just dare my doctor says, I will most likely have to have the tooth pulled but it's not even one hundred percent. But last week, she's like all right. Let's figure out, you know, we gotta do deep cleaning on your gums. Some Perrow Donal gum issues I need to fix and she's like, in, you know, we do have cavities like three or four cavities I have to fill. And so when I was leaving last week as like lemme start making appointments, I wanna start with cavities because I don't want anymore root canals. I don't want anymore tooth extractions. I wanna be as preventative as I can. I'm going to come in now regularly, whatever it is once or twice a year and get cleanings. I don't wanna have to deal with this shit anymore. This was ridiculous in my own fault. So I go above the deep cleanings above the cleanings above this other two that we have to deal with. I let's start with the fillings, because that's where the root canal issues, start, you get a cavity and let it go too long in the cavity, gets bigger and gets deeper, and then eventually gets to the root of your tooth and infects it. And then you're fucked. You have to get a root canal. So let's start next week. So tomorrow, I'm going in and having to cavities none. And I'm actually excited to do it. I'm glad I'm, I'm actually I feel optimistic and like kind of excited that I'm taking care shit. And I got a ride this high while I still have it. You know, before I get depressed and just go back to the old. I don't wanna do it this week. We'll just we'll just do it next week. I Don I wanna get I don't want to get to that point again. And if I do I wanna have the majority of the shit taken care of. So we're taking care of the two. More critical cavities next week. And then who knows probably the week after that, I'll do the other cavity or to whatever it is. So that's, that's where I am with my mouth. My doctor against that. She'd do the podcast. I just got I just got a follow up make that happen. Hey guys, have you thought about talking to somebody, but you're unsure of where to actually start? Well, guess what better help makes it easy to connect with a licensed, professional counselor carrying professionals specializing in the issues that you wanna talk about join better help and get help at your own time. And at your own pace. Schedule secure video and phone sessions or text your therapist world wide worldwide and you can start communicating under twenty four hours. That's pretty awesome. If you're listening to this podcast, which as you're listening to this ad, I'm assuming you are, you know how much. Much I stress the importance of mental health is and talking to people, and how it's changed my life. So this is really a great deal and it's truly an affordable option. And we're no doctors podcast listeners. Get ten percent off your first month with this count code doctors. That's right, if you've been wanting to talk you can get started right now at HTTP, Colin forward slash forward slash better. Health dot com slash doctors. That's better help dot com slash doctors. Get going. So there's that now what I really wanna talk about. Oh my God, is my weekend on Catalina island for my friends, Shawn's wedding. God, you guys. I can't even I don't even know where to start with us. I know I mentioned that I was going to wedding was a little concerned about seasickness because, as you all know, couple of things I have vertigo, which is an inner ear disturbance. And so a lot of my problems are motion generated like una plane or on a boat which I hadn't been on a long time. So as very nervous about seasickness, and maybe I'll get. Some DRAM or those wrist bands that you wear with a little bead in them, that pushes on a pressure point in your wrist that it's the pressure point for nausea. Or maybe I'll get some of those year patches. So, regardless, I was super nervous about just taking an hour long boat ride. It's not even really what is about by all by all definitions. It is about, but it's a fairy. It's not like you're taking a cruise or something, it's like you go to this harbor two hundred and fifty people pile onto a boat and just fairies you over, and it's such a short distance, and it's so cheap that tons of people go over to Catalina just for the day. So you're just on a packed boat. It's not one of those ferries that where you can take your car on, which I think, is really cool. It's this big, you know, cattle, we're just cattle going over to Catalina. So as really worried about that getting seasick and. Though, and it's because of my vertigo, but also, you know, you know, if your listener that I my biggest fear in the world is throwing up. So not only in my worried about my vertigo. I'm worried about my vertigo and inner ear issue, causing seasickness that's gonna make me throw up. So. When I took my mom to the doctor a few days before my trip to Catalina. She managed to talker. Dr into writing me, a prescription. For scopolamine SCO Palomino or scopolamine, those ear patches, you put it behind your Pat. You're hugh. Put it behind your patch. You put this a little patch behind your ears on the soft tissue right in front of the bone behind your ear. And it's got some medication that soaks in a just keeps you balanced, and keeps you from getting seasick, my mom sweared by them when I was younger, and we used to go to Catalina a lot, my mom sweared by these patch. She's like they work great. She's like, we'll get the doctor to write a prescription. So I should've known, there was a problem when my mom's like, hey, can you give Steve prescription? He's going the Catalina doesn't wanna get seasick. Can you give him a prescription for the scopolamine? And his reaction was weird. It was like, oh. They still that's still need a prescription for those. That's weird. He's like okay, and so he went to his computer and looked it up and then wrote out a prescription. Does on a Monday? This is actually last Monday. And so the next day Tuesday when I come back to LA, I drop off my prescription at CVS and the drive through. They're like, when you want to pick these up. I was like, oh, maybe tonight or tomorrow, Wednesday I'm in no hurry. I just have to have them before Friday. Like, okay and usually when I drop off prescriptions when they are ready. I get a text message like it's all the time. I never really noticed this until afterwards. But never got a text message from them. So Wednesday comes I'm talking on the phone to my mother and she's like. Hey, did you get your ear patches and I go, oh, I dropped him off. Thanks for reminding me, I'll go back and pick them up today or forgot Thursday. Finally, it's a day before I'm supposed to go on this boat ride. I'm a little bit nervous. End of the day Thursday ago in drive up to the drive through at CVS and they're like, picking up or dropping off I go on picking up. Like, what are you, picking up? What's your name data birth? Tell them and guys looking in the computers. Like we don't have a prescription for you. That's weird because I definitely dropped off a prescription on Tuesday, three days ago. They said it would be ready at the end of the day on Tuesday. He's looking, he's like, oh for those ear patches. Yeah. Yeah. That's the I need those for boat trip tomorrow. He has. Yeah. They don't make those anymore. Just heart sank, and I just got re my heartbeat started pounding. And I was like, oh, God, I'm getting on this boat tomorrow. And now I don't have this shit. So. Yeah. I didn't didn't have. I don't know. I should look that up right now. But. Parallelly whatever he prescribed. I know they still make your patches because I saw people wearing them. But I don't whatever he prescribed. Which is what my mom told him to subscribe me, they don't make anymore. So I went into the drug store and into the pharmacy and. In like the section for, like earplugs in ear drops. And I dropped that section. They had these wrist bands these, like. It was like wristbands, you'd wear to like play sports tennis or something. But, like right in the middle, there's a little bead. Like the size of the ball bearing. There is fans are pretty tight because it has push the beat down on the pressure point in the middle. Your wrist. That is pressure point apparently, for nausea, they use these patches after people have surgery because in Asia makes you nauseous, sometimes. And so I got those and I went home and immediately was looking online. I was like, oh, let's deal with these do they work. I'm I gotta look up reviews and. They had so, so reviews a lot of people were like, yeah. These are good for mild seasickness. But if you're in, like big waves and stuff, it might not help. So I was just like that. I just started checking the weather like wha what's the waves like? What's the waves like? What's the waves like here's our title? I can't find my notes cool Steve. All right. Down here. So I, I was really nervous. And so. All night. I couldn't sleep. They're all night. I couldn't sleep because I was so nervous. And I was on the first boat out in the morning out of San Pedro. Which means it was an eight thirty ferry ride to the island eight thirty AM, and I picked that one because generally the waves are the swells are smaller in the water smoother in the morning usually towards the after news when wind picks up and things in the waves get blown out, and the just the waters more choppy, at least with my experience in the past. And that's why booked the first boat out in the morning. So I. In order to get down there. And this is not a close by destination the ferry in. And so I had to get up at six AM, and I fell asleep around three AM I think I even woke up at one point to go to the bathroom. So I'm like at this point running on three hours of sleep. When I go down there. We should just disaster. So I go I got on this boat and I'm really tired. So tired, though, that I barely even aware of the waves. And and it was pretty smooth. I got to admit and. Yeah, it was smooth water, but it's still the ocean. So it's not like glass like on a lake. They're still swells. The boat is swaying, and if I had, like tried to read a book or something, I most definitely would have gotten motion sickness. But, you know, they say to look at the horizon line, because that stays flat and it really helps and it did I was a little like off put by the swing. But I was totally fine. So I thought. Delicious. And so I get to the island. It's only an hour. So it's not even that bad. Get there. And I didn't even check into my hotel, and they're like. I just wanted to get on early and get this over with get there in the hotels like you can't check until two. It is now like ten AM. So I'm just like, well can I leave my suitcase behind the desk and there? Yeah. And so I just took off with my camera bag. You can see I posted some photos from Catalina in the wedding and stuff on my Instagram at Steve AG. But I go out and I'm walking in the clouds finally, broken up. And it's sunny and I am not using any sunscreen. Oh, that's it wasn't even super sunny. It was just that little hazy. So I just didn't even think to put on the sunscreen which as we all know the UV race still go through the. The marine layer and everything. So I'm out walking around taking photos, my friend, Mike. Who's there for the wedding calls me he's like you here yet, I'm like, yeah. So we start walking around and I'm just like out all day in the sun. And the, my friend James, we run into him. And he's like, hey, let's go guys let's get an early dinner, so it was like four we go to this place, and I get fish and chips, and I'm honestly, not a fish eater. I'm not a seafood guy. I find most fish tastes fishy. It's fascinating to me how people can eat like salmon, and trout and just most fish in to me all tastes really fishy and gross. I can eat like white fish type stuff or fishing ships, which is what I got at this restaurant like, okay, I'm gonna get some fish and chips and. It was just a restaurant that only serves seafood knows like right on the water. So we're sitting out there. Having a really good time. Great conversation me and Mike in James in his girlfriend, Jen. And then we finish eating and I am super God damn tired at this point. I'm like, guys, I have to go back to my hotel and taken up. I'm running on three hours of sleep, and it's really starting to hit me. So I go back to my hotel room. And I lay down in bed. And if you've been listening since the beginning, you've heard, you heard busy, and I talk about something called disembarkment syndrome. There's also a French name for which is like mild, disembarkment or something. Which is the sensation that you're still moving even after you get off a boat or plane or out of a car, usually. It's when you're Jesus. If if you're on a longer trip, like if I'm on a really long plane ride, and it's kind of turbulent. I've had many times where I get my hotel if I'll sit down in a chair just solid sitting there, I will still feel like I'm in a plane that's moving. It's for those of you who have never had congratulations, because it's really it's, and it's not a nauseous feeling. It doesn't make you feel nauseous like it's not like motion sickness. It's just it just feels like you're moving. And I remember the first time it happened was when I. I flew to New York for comedy fest. No, I. Yeah. It was for comedy festival. I stayed at my friend, MRIs apartment near Times Square, and I just got off a five hour flight and put my stuff down in their spare room and sitting in their living room. And this is in high-rise. We're like. A couple hundred feet above the like we're like, you know, I'm like the twentieth floor of this building. Like we're way up there. I'm sitting on the couch and we're talking a keep feeling like. If you've ever been in a building one of those weird, like like poorly built buildings and a truck drives by and you can feel the vibration. I kept feeling that. And I was like, do you guys feel like what is that? Is that trucks, going by or like subway underground, like what are you talking about? I'm like I can feel the couch shaking. And they're like my friends said, stay on. She's like, I don't feel anything in so this was the first experience. And then when I went to bed that, I felt the floor shaking, I was like this is really weird. It's just a really unsettling feeling so anyway. I go to my room my hotel room, and I lay down on the bed. And sure enough, I have disembarkment syndrome, some people caught sea-legs whatever you wanna call it. Actually, there are two different things mouth disembarkment is thing. That's a little more serious lasts longer. So might not have been mouth, this argument. It might have been sea legs. But whatever it was I am laying in my bed. And as soon as I closed my eyes, it feels like the bed is swaying, like just a gentle sway on the ocean. Like I'm on a cruise ship or something. And there's like heavy waves in fuck. No, and was making really hard for me to sleep so tired, and Finally, I found a position that lay in which was like kind of propped up a little bit, but not too much, and like half like three-quarters turned onto my side. And I managed to just kind of sorry, just kind of sleep off and on. Shit. I have to pause this for one second. And now I'm back. So I'm sleeping like off and on. And it's just not a good, solid sleep. Finally, after about an hour, I go to sit up. The room is fucking spinning I've full-blown vertigo and I have to kind of lay back into my original position because it's usually. The only thing that will stop me from feeling like I'm spinning is going back to where I was just before it happened. So I get back in my original position in fine. I still feel like the bed is moving, but the room's not spinning at this point. So when I get vertigo like that, where it's like the room is actually spinning. I have to slowly. I want to get up because at this point I also have to go to the bathroom, but I can't stand. So I have to over a period of like fifteen twenty minutes, slowly sit up like put another pillow behind me and just inch up slowly slowly as my body gets used to it. And then finally, I'm sitting up straight. And if I'm sitting up straight looking straight ahead. I'm okay. I still feel a little lightheaded. But if the second, I try and like look down at my feet or look up at the ceiling. I get the spins in. So I get up I go to the bathroom just looking straight ahead, the whole time. Then I go sit in a chair on the other side of the room because I don't wanna lay back down, and I'm just fucked. I am fucked. I am depressed now. I'm scared because I'm like, I'm not in my fucking apartment, there's nothing worse than getting sick or having something fucked up happen to you. When you're on vacation, when you're in a place where you don't know your surroundings for the most part. So I'm now, just panicking and dizzy and. It also starts to hit me that. Oh. I have not had any water today. This is a full on result of dehydration. I just started doing the math. I'm like I've been walking around in the sun. It really was a perfect storm of everything it was, I was walking around in the sun had maybe a couple sips of water before he got on the boat in the morning. Was walking around in the sun had only three hours sleep which I feel like if I had been better rested, this probably wouldn't have happened, but it's the exhaustion it's the lack of water and who knows what it's just the sun. So I'm like, I got to start drinking water. And so I just luckily I had a bottle water in my bag. Pull it out. And I just start shocking and finally, my friends, who a lot of friends at the wedding who are texting me. Hey man, you come into this party night where you wanna meet up in walk over there together? And I'm just I once I get vertigo on this kind of level. I resigned to the fact that I'm fucked for the rest of the night. And so I canceled all plans. So I'm texting people going I cannot make it. And it's. For me. It's just second nature. At this point, there was a period of time where I would have been super embarrassed and making up excuses, like, oh, I got a there's an emergency at home. So I'm kind of on the phone. I can't I'll try and make it but go on with Albie. At this point. It's just such second nature that I'm like, Nope. I have fallen vertigo you guys. I think I'm dehydrated I had no water. No sleep in is all come together in a perfect storm in it's fucked me. I go. I'm done for the night have fun in. It's not I'm not embarrassed by it. It's purely my fault. So different. People are texting Megally. Hey heard you're not feeling good or you okay? I'm just like, Yep. This happens to me once in a while. Enjoy your evening, I just need to hydrate and sleep it off. Which is true. So I started just drinking a ton of water and I wasn't really noticing a lot of change in the way I was feeling. And so I started getting really scared. One point is like this is fucked. I. I would actually like to sleep some more, but I'm afraid to lay back down because then getting up can be a whole issue for me. And when I start getting scared like that, about health stuff. I've had this in the past, like, if I smoked too much pot, and I get really paranoid. I just want to talk to somebody. I need somebody to talk me down, and just keep me preoccupied with conversation. And but at this point all my friends are at this party. So I can't talk to anyone like I'm not gonna call my mom. I don't want her to worry. So family is out of the question. I don't want my family fucking worrying about me. So I. My friend, Ken who is great. But I don't know that. Well, I mean we're friendly. I've done this podcast. We've met a few times. He's been he's called me a few times. I owed him a return phone call. So I was just like. Fug. It Ken is going to be on the receiving end of this. Of my neurosis and my paranoia in my fear right now. So I call kid and immediately right off the bat. I'm just taking taking care of the return phone, call part in the business of like, yeah, I'm going to be coming out. I want to do this convention that you're working with. And and, and then he's just like so what else is new. I just unload, I'm like, I'm in a hotel room in fucking Catalina island, and I am freaking out, and I have fucking dehydration and. As I am. You know, I'm at a loss. I don't know what to do this foreign place. But I you know, I'm drinking water. I'm trying to hydrate and. Luckily he pointed out, and I never really even thought about this. Even though I kinda always knew this is the case, you know dehydrated and I needed electrolytes and Kim's like, oh, he's like you can drink all the water you want now. He's like your depleted of electrolytes. You need more than water. You need like Gatorade, or pedialyte you need stuff with electrolytes in. Oh, that's why I'm not fucking feeling any better right away. I'm like I've been drinking tons of water for the past hour and feel marginally better. And he told me about his, you know, he was at DisneyWorld, and he got dehydrated was the same thing. So I was like, all right. I'm going to. I'm gonna get some pedialyte luckily half a block away from my hotel was Vons supermarket that was open till midnight. And so I'm very gingerly standing up. I have my ear buds, and I don't even think can new I was walking to the store, but I was in the hospital. It was in hospital. I was in my hotel when it was first talking to him. And then. As we're talking. I just make my way out the door and I'm just holding the hand railings and I'm walking down getting my footing, and I'm okay as long as I'm still looking straight ahead and or to the side. It's looking up and down. So, like watching my feet is kind of an issue just a little off balance in a get to the store. And then I'm not ready to go in and buy stuff yet. So there's a bench on the sidewalk out in front of this. Von storing Catalina. And I just sit on this bench and I talked to Ken for like an hour and a half two hours. Well, he doesn't even realize he's just talking me down out of full-on fucking panic and. Because in my head, I'm going to all the dark places like maybe it's a fucking brain tumor. It's pushing on something like maybe this is more than just e hydration. So I'm sitting there and I'm still drinking water and I'm talking to him. And. And then I get up. And I'm like, hey, I walk into the store. I'm like, hey, I'm about to pay. I just picked up like bananas and a few bottles pedialyte. Some other snack stuff and to pay for this call you back. So I by, like a bunch of great pedialyte. I love pedialyte by the way in apparently, it's a lot better for you than Gatorade. It's not a salty or whatever or sugary as Gatorade is they give it to babies a lot when babies get diarrhea and get dehydrated because diarrhea or being sick. In fact, the one time I got dehydration was in the emergency room. The doctor was like you know, we can. We can give you an IV with some fluids of everything you need right now. He's like that's going to be expensive. He's like you will see that in your Bill and he's like, or you could just leave here and go to the drug store or supermarket, and get pedialyte and do the exact same thing. And that's what I did, and ever since, you know, anytime I get. Dehydrated an super aware of it. I I'll get pedialyte if I have access to it. But a lot of times in the past. I just drink water. Not thinking that, oh, I'm not getting the electrolyte. So I did that. And I went back out and sat on the bench again and it actually kinda just felt nice to be outside. A nice summer evening. And just have my friend talking down. And I was just chugging pedialyte ate a banana. And honestly after chugging that I deal by the time I finished that first pedialyte I felt noticeably different like. Oh, wow. This is amazing. So. About eleven pm up to my hotel, sorry. Back up to my hotel and. Finished. I think another thing appeal I had to go to the bathroom like a racehorse. It was crazy. And then. Got off the phone, and then I took a Benadryl. Benadryl for me has been a lifesaver. Took a Benadryl in laid down, and I was fine fell asleep. And then slept for probably eleven hours, ten or eleven hours woke up the next day, next day felt great, so it was definitely dehydration. Mixed with the lack of sleep. I think that really didn't help, you know, which is why I take Benadryl when when I get dizzy like this, because I can sleep shit off. And I think just the rest really helps me. I love Benadryl. Although sometimes when I take Benadryl the next day, I get what I call a Benadryl hangover where I feel just groggy. And like. No, I'm not don't have vertigo right now, but I'm still a little light headed dizzy just because of the Benadryl, but it's a different kind of dizzy and. More like a sleepy dizzy? Is that the title sleepy dizzy that might be better than? What the way what's the waves like? Yeah. Sleepy dizzy. So, yeah, and then the next day everyone's like, well, we really miss you last night. How you feeling. Hey, man. Are you? Okay. Or people who I didn't inform about my. Dehydration. We're coming up to me, like, hey, man. Mike said you were sick. Are you? Okay. The crazy thing is Mike who my friend, Mike, who is also a when we when needed this fish place, the guy who had been walking around for the afternoon with when we were leaving. I wasn't feeling dizzy, but we were leaving these like, man, I gotta go back to my tell I'm feeling. Really? Dizzy. And so he was having the same issues as I was a little more controllable, but he was dizzy as well. And he said, his nap helped a little, but he went to that, you know, rehearsal dinner party and said afterwards he was feeling dizzy again, so he's like what did we both come in contact with? It was like. I think Mike might have been dehydrated to anyway. And then the wedding that day was great. This reception was amazing is big famous building on Catalina island called the casino. And I think it used to be an actual casino, but the whole bottom floor now is a movie theater. In this was built in probably like the twenties or thirties, and it's incredible. It's all art deco. And like the paintings murals on the ceiling are just insane. And then there's a ballroom at the top. Like a three hundred sixty degree almost three hundred sixty degree like the ocean Avalon the town, and it's the same. It's all art deco. The, you know, the ballroom from the shining or something. And that was worth the trip. Just just hang out in that ballroom. It was really awesome and beautiful wedding. Then again next day, I had a I boat out, you know, ticket as I get outta here and again earlier, it'll be smoother. And my friend eve was on the same boat with me eve, who's been on this podcast eve, Dastmaltchan Dave's wife. She was on the same boat and. Start to head out. It's a little bit rougher than the boat. I came in on and I'm like, really, feeling it had my little armbands on site. And it was super cloudy and gray. So I couldn't really focus on anything on the horizon, and I was like Jesus Christ. I'm starting to feel shitty and then I get up to go get a coke from the bar. Having trouble standing there because the boat is rocking so much. And then I go back and. It's like, well, this coke will settle my stomach, which had did a little bit. But eve had taken a dramamine. And. It's not called non-drug. There's drilling me regular dramamine, which knocks you the fuck out. It's like Benadryl. And then there's dramamine less drowsy. It's not called non drowsy. It's drumming, less drowsy and. She'd offered it to me before we got on the boat. And I know I should be fine. And then, you know fifteen minutes into the boat trip is like, hey, can I have one of those pills, and she hands me the bottle? And I look at the ingredients. And like the main ingredient is Mechanising, which is also some sometimes called anti Vert, and it's a thing that is often prescribed actually for vertigo, anti Vert. Some people take it daily to prevent vertigo. And I have history with anti when I first went to see a doctor because of my vertigo. He's like, I'll prescribe you some anti Vert. I didn't know that that was basically dramamine. But he's like, here's some anti Vert. And I went home and took it and gave me vertigo. I don't know if it's coincidence, or actually 'cause my vertigo, but I took an anti Vert within an hour. The room was spinning. And so I've avoided anti Vert. And she gave me those pills, and I looked at it, and I was like, I'm not even gonna attempt this right now. I sorry. So I just. You know, bit the bullet and we started having a conversation. There was a woman sitting behind us who's like from Catalina, and we were talking about how there are no chain restaurants, or there's a Starbucks or anything on the island and got in this, you know, conversation with this woman and just the conversation took my mind off the rocking. The boat. Totally felt better. I was fine once I just engage in conversation kept my mind busy. And. Yeah. Knowing back, and I feel fine. No plans to get on another fucking boat in the rest of my life. It was so funny when I was leaving Catalino like, you know, my family had a cabin there when I was a little kid they sold it when I was fourteen but I spent many a summer on Catalina island. And it was always like, yeah, probably go back there in as I was boarding the boat my head. I'm like, I am most likely never fucking coming back to this. I'd rather get on a plane and fly somewhere like Hawaii, which also is a nicer island, but like. And if I do go back to Catalina I will take a helicopter helicopter scare the living shit out of me. Because there are so many helicopter crashes. It's way, less safe. Than in an airplane. You constantly hear of like. Especially in the military. There's a lot of military helicopter crashes like today in Libya, fifteen marines were killed in a helicopter, helicopter crashes you here. I feel like you hear more of than. Plane crashes. So I I'm fifty and I've never been on a helicopter, although as very close to booking one I was looking into it leading up to this wedding, but it didn't happen. However, I, I know people that for that wedding did fly on helicopters were it was great. It took fifteen minutes. I was like. He dick. So if I do back, it will be by helicopter. It's such an it's giant island. It's like twenty eight miles long eight miles wide as wise, but there's really just the one main town Avalon there's another one called two harbors. But like this is where all the tourists go and it's tiny and you really can't experience almost everything there is to do on Catalina in one day, which I noticed a lot of people on the boat had no luggage. And I was like, oh, these people are just coming out for one day. That's amazing. So there's that. I can't believe I literally just talked to hold our on. Another episode of dehydration. Guys, drink your water. I say as I take another drink of iced coffee. Hydrate. Hydrate. Well, I think that's gonna be it, man. Holy cow. We really did it. I'm going to see my dentist tomorrow, and I'm going to try and set up a time when we can do the podcast. Hopefully it'll be my next week that would be RAD and she can tell you all how shitty my teeth and gums are. Man. Yeah. I have I went to breakfast with my friend, Chris. There's food and stuff stuck in my crater my tooth crater. So weird. I try not to think of the fact that I have this whole in my head, but any every now and then my tongue touches, I'm like gross. This is a hole in my head. I wanted to hurry up and fill in there like, yeah, we can't do this bone. We can't put in the. The the to the, the fake tooth for like six months, four to six months to wait for that bone graft to take take hold, by the way, my sinuses feel a lot better. Since his tooth has been out for, you know, ten days not one hundred percent, but noticeably different for the first up until a few days ago, I still noticing some issues but I think the. The antibiotics finally knocked it out. They gave me Zee Pac which you take for five days and then stays in your system, another five days, by the way, I didn't talk about this. Let me talk about this really quick. That really fucked up my stomach. I think last time I talked to you, I'd said that. Yeah, my stomach was fucked up in even after I had stopped taking it because it still in my system. It was still fucking with me, like, really bad stomach problems stomach and but problems if you know what I mean. Really relying on my probiotics and charcoal tablets and yogurt bananas. Anything I could do to regulate my stomach. I hate antibiotics and that was just the mild ask z pack. You know. I'm glad they didn't give here take this for ten days. I'd still be taking the. But yeah, I'm glad all that's over happy to be home. It was a beautiful wedding. You can look at my Instagram for pictures. Thank you for listening. Although I will admit that while I was dealing with this, and sitting on that fucking bench in front of a vaughn's feeling. Really? Dizzy. In my head. I just kept going well on the bright side. I'm definitely going to have something to talk about for the next podcast. So there's that thank you guys for listening. I hope you have a great rest of your week and a great weekend, and I've stopped posting CDC flu map stuff because it's not updating anymore. I think they're out of the blue, and so they during the summer months, if I remember correctly, they don't break update their flu map. So the last update was may eighth or something like that may fifteenth some like it's been over a month and they haven't updated it. So you probably won't see me post anymore. Flu map updates until fall. But that's a good thing. All right, stay healthy. And thanks for listening. We'll talk to you next week. Bye. A podcast network.

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Ep. 660: JC Pineapples with Blaire Erskine

Jesse, Jordan, GO!

1:08:14 hr | 3 months ago

Ep. 660: JC Pineapples with Blaire Erskine

"Give little time for the child within you don't be afraid to be young and free under the locks and throw away the keys and take off issues and sex and run you Jordan Jesse go. Jesse Thorn America's Radio Sweetheart I'm Jordan. I have entered the target Husk. I have entered. Experienced and The target Husk. Target, UK do you do you not know about the target Husk? Jesse this is all the rage. I participated at summer camp. Operation Target Husk. which was when we made corn off the COB this is totally different. Okay. So maybe this is it doesn't have anything to do with target potatoes peeled absolutely nothing. So you know we talked a couple months back when our Buddy Steve AG was on about about the murder kroger he got to visit the murder Kroger when he was working in Atlanta Atlanta Georgia. Yes. and. I feel like our in L. A. are equivalent of the murder. Kroger for a few years now has been the target husk on Santa Monica in Western they started building target, and then the city said that the permits were wrong or something and so this. Quarter finished target has been sitting there for I think six or seven years the target Husky. So long I mean this is not a part of Los Angeles that I drive past often but for those who drive past this part of Los Angeles, it has become an obsession to the point where I a person who lives ten miles away knows a lot about it. It looks like four years just been in a state that looks like it's a place that Spiderman would have a climactic fight. There's a lot of life at girders exposed girders in rafters and like a half of a target logo. So you kind of know what it's going to be a lot of things doc to hold onto. Sure. Yeah. With those, you know how he has those funny to to peace clause at the end of his Oh. Yeah. Wavy arms and a lot of things gwen stacy to get impaled upon. It's interesting that he could design those crazy arms couldn't put thumbs on the end. Yeah. Yeah. So there's two there's two things that are crazy about it One is that you spend years and years and years dealing with looking at this semi-finished, target. The other is you have to deal with the promise of ICEES, undelivered. What happens to a dream deferred Jordan well. Hold I'll get to that. Okay so As we've discussed on this program target has ICEES. Yes. You're better than slurpy because they're fluffier. So you know this Husky has been sitting there and it's it's just been a fucking bummer been an eyesore this kind of weird reminder of how you know. A lot of the cool neighborhoods stuff is leaving l. a. and there's just this. You know all these kind of corporate monstrosities and like well, here's one of these monstrosities but you can't even like you know I, get how a targets bad for a neighborhood in some ways but also its target who doesn't love a target if you're going to have a target in your neighborhood. Writing all the other businesses out of business right at the very least you want to be able to get plastic bins whenever you need. Yes been yes. Storage bins should be available to you and they should cost three, ninety eight. So for years, this Husky has just been sitting and you know like I have not been you know obviously because of you know this stuff that's going on a I have not been the World Series Baseball's World Series Baseball's world series I have not been driving. Past the target. Husk. So it's been out of my mind out of sight outta mind. Sure you're thinking about Icees I'm sure but you're you're associating them with other places that have icies like the merry go round in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park sure and most roller rinks. Certain Bowling Alley or better roller rinks some have slush puppies, Shero yeah. Puppies, the poor man's icy. So I guess something happened with the permits. The city fathers were able to make a deal with I'm guessing a crime family and now. I. Just saw a tweet that the target Husk is opening this weekend family of different colors of goblins the Osborne's. The famous yeah for the money from Odds Corp was funneled in. Yeah with a subsidiary from a shit. What's the other Evil Company in the Marvel Universe? I forget anyway core lex. That's the I don't listen I. Don't want to be this. Let's not fucking do this. Okay. Let's not fucking do this. He Jordan I don't mean to get satirical but how about trump inc okay nice assia. Thank you. Ultimate. Book? Super. Villain. Yeah. I'd call him carrot man. Okay hold on man I'm not above making fun of a man's long skinny pointy penis. Oh. You're talking about the. Okay I thought it was a skin thing. Yeah. I'M GONNA to with Caraman now no, I'd never make fun of the color of a man skin. So today was the opening day of target Husk and as you know as all of our lives are kind of empty right now mine is empty and I'm like. Well, how often do you get a chance to go to the opening of a? Of A noteworthy target. So I just got back from just a beautiful trip to the most pristine target. I got a dozen eggs for a dollar seventy nine. Wow. I used a fucking perfect bathroom and that now this is not just a normal target just describe you know kind of how this thing looks. You know just a year of Medium Star Wars, Guy. So you know the death star right. Sure that's The round guy, the ranch lasers. So if a normal targeted a death star, this target is star killer base. This is a three pronged fucking mega destroyer of target. It looks like not to name another. La. Landmark but it looks like the getty it seems like it was designed after the Art Museum? The Getty. So it's a huge target with surprisingly little gallery space. And a disappointing collection and a pretty good restaurant. Yeah. Beautiful Garden. And this thing it did not disappoint hey Jordan I gotta go target I got pick up some busts soon classical terrorists at the getty who wants to look at that some World War One propaganda posters. Fun thing you can see at the at the Gaddi beautiful grounds nice view taking a train up there. And I know we're talking about Isis but I, think, a lot of people will be thinking in their heads hasn't the target stack barb and largely replaced by an instore starbucks. And yes. This has happened. So I mean when you say get icy at target I'm Mike. When's the last time? You seen an icy machine at a target? This the HUSK. fucking icy machine. Yes and in store starbucks best of both worlds Oh my God. Get One little fucking egg bites and wash it down with an icy who Water protein in both those anyways I'm flying the energy in there was. Electric bordering on sexual I have not this kind of community excitement I mean the world series is going nobody can go to it, but there's this kind of same. Hey. Look at us. We're all doing it. We're all in this together I honestly I I feel I feel high I. Feel like I'm fucking ganked out of my mind on Coke just because I have in the target Husk and got a tube of toothpaste in a bag of floss picks trying to floss this year it's kind of my thing and A. Twelve eggs for a dollar seventy nine everything's GonNa be Okay Jesse everything's GonNa be okay and for the at home listener Jordan, I'm never once seen you costs play. We've gone to COMECON performed COMECON. You weren't caused playing there but right now you're wearing head to toe from your flat brim baseball cap to your big. Thick soled sneakers head to Toe Mossy Mo-. I just I had to nothing. But Mossy Mo the official brand of target maybe ten years ago. All Mossy Mo-. Love that. Should we introduce our asked find out how much Mossy Moshi? Yes Okay goodfellow in company. Are you happy with that Jordan ten years ago I don't want to last time you've seen a Mossy Mo-, thing it's fun to say Maasim Oh no, it's so Nice. I am. I. Am I'm having a nice time with Moscow. goodfellow and company is much less fund. Yeah. So detail right sexier though it is sex year but look good fellas got company coming over. I'm going to be honest with you Jordan when you're around, we don't need to bump up the sexiness. It's already almost too sexy. That's true and then we start talking about those claws on doctor, octopus ooh ooh. Man? Alive. Junk junk junk girder, girder, girder, girder girder squeeze my head Daddy. Okay. Let's introduce our part of the sinister sixty nine if you know what I. Are spider-man. Shows. Over Our guest on the program is an Atlanta based comic and writer. Based in Atlanta but let's face it. She's the Internet's Darling. She makes videos and post them on twitter. They're very funny and people love them including me. Please welcome to the program Blair. How're you? My God hello and wonderful Jordan. Are you sure the target Husker's and a kmart? Because? KMART HAS ICEES to. Wow and it's easy to get confused lots of Sexual Energy and a K Mart as well. The case stands for goals. Kinky Galls, K. Marts, tight titan muscular data mutate gotta be small No I am dead. I am dead dead certain dead to rights I was in target we'll accept that. I would never make that mistake. What are some of the? What would you say Blair we we don't have a ton of K. marts out on the west coast anymore. What would you say or some of the top qualities of Kmart? I mean if we say that the top qualities target or getting an icy or a plastic bin or some mossy mouth. What headed to the K.. Mart for I feel like K. marts you walk and you immediately know you are surrounded by your people fellow. freaks everyone's a freak at Kmart because you could go to target. There's a K. Mart around there's a target within a three mile radius and we've made the choice consciously to go to Kmart and instead. So I would say the camaraderie as a benefit of Gamer. With a came. I'll say this Blair to quote degrade rap group Houdini. What I like about freaks is that they're really good lovers well, of course, and that's what we say accuser That's. That's like at the Sam's Club hard to get in a but kmart. You sounded bragging when you said he didn't have them on the west coast anymore. I don't know if we even have many here anymore to be honest with you I think they're sadly phasing out is it possible that K. Mart doesn't exist anymore and that's why I haven't seen a kmart in a long time. So I wanted to backtrack myself for routed up the other still here allegedly listen when I do go K. Mart all that comes up is target like a like three headdresses to the nearest. Kmart directly across the street from me for years, and it just closed down this year and turned into a ensured temporary although I don't know a like Britney Spears Memorabilia. Museum excuse me that opened up like a month before cove covert and it's just been sitting there being a hot pink building. That's the size of a kmart with Britney Spears on the side. It's a real bummer. Oh, it's still there. Yeah, it's still there it hasn't become anything else. It's they painted the whole building pink in like you know a giant snake era Britney is on the side. And Nobody's in there. Do. You think it's toxic in there. Be as Brittany, and their free Brittany. She's trapped. You could be a hero trapped in a former K. Mart. Spirit Halloween Blair have you had to have you been to the murder? Kroger. We mentioned the murder croker and that's an thing. It is in Atlanta. Thank you We take such pride. Yeah, I've been I bend to the murder Kroger when it was around yeah it was great. It had plenty of parking. That's what I loved about. The murder. Kroger. Personally never experienced murder there myself though many people have a bummer Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. You want it to be you but it can't always be yeah they got rid of that and I guess constructed a new one in its place and we'll see what happens there. I mean I I could be the verse at the numerator Kroger are think you can do that I believe in you are meaningless they let your friendly neighborhood Spiderman in their first Jesus Christ when it's still just a bunch of girders. Around up there are you suggesting Spiderman is going to be killed at the murder Kroger I'm suggesting that Spiderman moved to Atlanta, Oh yeah, tell. It was cool their. Industry. Yeah right, he worked wants to work for an adult swim show. Spiderman move to Atlanta because of the entertainment tax credits. Right. Spiderman in Tyler Perry out there at the moment. He has a patch on the back of his outfit that says made in Georgia Oh Spiderman lead. Blair and Jesse. I am curious we mentioned spirit Halloween came up. I'll ask Blair I. This is our this I. Guess this is our Halloween episode. We didn't do spooky nicknames. We probably should have been spooky nicknaming maybe we can do it in the next segment if we decided to idea. Blair, are you a Halloween person? Are you finding ways to celebrate I? I like to know I was just going to pretend to be a halloween I like the idea of Halloween. I like the idea of Halloween and I wished I could be a halloween person but I just find myself I'm not good at creating costumes or being creative in that respect, and then I get self conscious and I stay at home because they go to sleep early sometimes But I lake respects other Halloween people I'm not anti Halloween and I like the candy kid what's Your top Halloween Candy? Would you say? reecey cups. Yeah. Research I don't what do you guys say because I say reading cups and I think that's wrong. I'm saying that loud and he gets wrong is wrong but it's way more fun. I mean I really strongly support it ups. Yeah. It's lows off the tongue. Yeah. Yeah. Reecey cups I like those are mad at down to target to get some reecey cups in. Moscow. Everything I own as Moscow and I have been saying must cmo for my entire life you say. Massimino that's wrong. You guys say Stasi or Stasi. Tough. It feels like a trash. Mark Eko. There you go. I know what you're talking about Blair about the. Like I, think my biggest problem with Halloween. Other than you know like I as a lifelong non drinker by the time I had stopped trick or treating there wasn't that much to do like most of most of Halloween activities are like. About Bacchanalia that I'm not going to participate in necessarily but the real reason that I'm a little uncomfortable Halloween I think. Is that. I hate, and this is something that's come up over and over and over again with my three children during the pandemic I hate projects. Like creative projects. Like my worst nightmare is to make something out of something. And that's all. Halloween is I feel like like unless you go onto Amazon and buy one of those inflatable dinosaur costumes you're locked into a fucking spending a month trying to find the right jumpsuit for your. Fucking ghostbusters outfit or whatever, and that is my worst nightmare I was going to ask Jesse your kids strike me as the types that would be super into Halloween are they do they wanna do something crazy this year I mean I'm not on this show to Brag but we do have a pretty wild Halloween plan in place. Okay. Okay. We're GONNA start at our house get super hammered pre-game in yeah. Yeah. You GotTa Pre game a little bit kids gotTA learn how to pre game you gotta lay down a base so you spend less money at the bar. The kids have a variety of costumes planned as always. One of the big problems with children is that. As. Soon as you get them a costume, they thought of a new thing they want to be So I generally don't pay attention to what they want to be for Halloween until a couple days before Halloween smart because I'm not putting the pieces together and I'm also not interested in buying a long series of costumes. My youngest wants to be a ghost pirate I. Know that that seems doable at solid at the end of the day they're all. Just be that kind of robot with where it's just a box over your head. Yeah. That's a classic So we're starting at my house, and then we're going to trick or treat over our side fence. In case our neighbors have any candy and case. Yeah. We haven't run this by neighbors. And then we're GONNA go to this three year old name as May's house. I don't know if we've cleared this with asthma as parents, but we're going to ask them for candy. Then we're going go to Elliott Kayla's house and ask him his wife Danielle for candy. We're going to go home and go to sleep. It sounds Nice because you can't because of the baseball's world series you can't just go door to door trick or treating this year different worlds. So it was like, what can we do besides just go to Elliott's house like Elliott is on the list because my son and Elliott son are quarantine friends they both desperately needed someone to socialize whether and we decided to. Open our open our social window to one other family. But besides that, there's nothing. So Frankie, my three royalty demanded we visit as May. And and our neighbors sometimes, they'll leave us a loaf of bread that they made. You know on the fence. So we figured they're probably good for it. Can they stick some stick some chocolate chips or something in the breath seems likely like an brad he made a great sourdot and he said well, and he'd they're relatively new neighbors and he said I'm microbiologist I said, well, that explains it. This guy knows what he's doing. This guy knows a little something about bugs you. Got I so jealous that your kids live in a neighborhood where you could go trick or treating I grew up in the middle of nowhere and so my mom had to drive me to houses that were each twenty minutes apart and two of them are related to me, and so I never got. Growing and they knew we were coming. How middle of nowhere did you grow up I? Grew up on a dirt road on Assad farm and there was just grass sod farm is a farm that grows dirt. It's. Exactly and we're going with that and yet I was every the closest houses were all twenty minutes away. We were just kind of It's kind of scary now that I think about it was A. A drew up in a house that you probably wouldn't want to go inside. If you're driving down this dirt road, you'd be like that's haunted as fogged and keep going. And really dark there are no street lights. So I wanted to like walk door to door and get candy from Nice neighbors but it was just my grandma betty. How far was it to the nearest you know mainstream like a law right? Where did he go to the? You know what I mean. They go to the barbeque. Went Twenty minutes away? It was twenty minutes away from everything Yeah. There's this. There's a small town nearby and my mom's friend owned it, and that's where we'd get a haircut and then the Walmart was forty minutes away. So everything was very far very far away. Yeah. When you were getting driven to your grandma's house the trick or treat where you wearing a were you wearing costumes I absolutely was yeah. That's the thing when you're a kid, your parents are my parents can have decided for me like I was a native American one year and everyone thought I was share. and I didn't do. That what I would go share unless you want to be canceled. Out Sorry. I know I. Know this is I had to happen sometime. I, had to cancel shared just to be safe. Let's cancel meatloaf that they did together. MEATLOAF. Still Alive I think he is canceled but I'm not sure. Okay. He seems like he would be he has. Cancelled, fives, I was a cat I just the normal stuff for Halloween I was a Barney a couple of years we use the costume. The cat is I'm sorry that's far. You're canceled Jesus fucking Chris Sorry. You were Barney for a series of years six seventh and eighth grade. I was Barney for like I would say from five to seven years old I. Was Bernie and I loved it one time in college. I went to a pretty wild party as sexy Barney. How is that different from regular Barney There's a there's a whole Canada, the Crotch one testicle was hanging down. I didn't actually do that guys I google. Morny. Because I couldn't remember what the Lady Barney was named. Dinosaurs. Biba. Baby Bop BEBOP BEBOP my God. That's the Salinas. BEBOP was A. shredder henchman from Ninja Turtles and DJ rate. The yellow one say bj. Okay. Okay. J only appeared on the show and starting in nineteen ninety-three So little later in the show Blair years and Kids I don't have cuts. No Jesse maybe you'll be able to tell us is Barney still a thing is there like a CGI Barney where he skateboards or something blessedly? No. One. Of the only things that is not still around because Barney Barney hit. Jordan you and I are a little too old to have watched Barney in our own childhoods, Blair maybe you're in the appropriate age group I'm not sure. But my younger brothers who are seven and fourteen years younger than me. they they were bardy appropriate age especially my my seven years younger brother John and Barney is truly Truly, execrable I. Mean it was worse than my Morphin Power Rangers which is horrible. Like. It really difficult redefines. How awful thing you can get a child to watch. It was really rough I mean I've watched. I've watched a lot of popul-. which is terrible but it's not nearly as bad as Barney. What is it for us at the? Is it the dancing? Is it the song the spontaneous song but is at it's it looks like. It's produced by a local community theater group. Is. Just. PROFOUNDLY IN A. Dispute Party is awful. Are you are you alert? Are you learn anything or are you learning how to count or what the vowels are? Yes you're learning a lot. I I learned how to make a guitar out of the Kleenex Box. Cool that's useful. Exactly. Barney likes many different food such as fruits and vegetables, but his main favourite is a peanut butter and Jelly. Sandwich. With a glass of milk. That's classic who doesn't like that. One of the character details of Barney in in what I'm going to say, that's one of the top five details of. Available. About Barney in the Barney Wikipedia Page said he likes many different foods such as fruits and vegetables, but his favourite is a peanut butter jelly sandwich with a glass of milk right so flare were you were you sound like you? Maybe you were you were a Barney Kid I was a barn cat and his favorite Brad has pumpernickel. Fred. So he has a whole songs like you should update that wicky the does it not mention pumpernickel under lucky in? No it says that he likes to quote things as being super-duper. Oh, that's that's neither here nor there whose theme song is Barney is a dinosaur whose tune is based on Yankee doodle. It Goes Barney is a dinosaur from my imagination. Something something something something that is something. It's a cold take but bardy fucking. Okay. Lol Al Al.. Did. You Blair did you have to did you have to travel a long way to go to school? Yeah I'd said, well, so it was again twenty minutes away but the bus I the first stop on the bus, and so I had to lake my grandma drove the bus actually Sushi would pick me up on the school bus and then I had to sit there as we picked every other kid at the school I had really tiny school and then I'd go to school. And then I was the last stop on the way home. So I felt like I. Mean it was like an hour ride was that good or bad to know the bus driver? It was fun. My grandma was now that I think about it, she would do stuff that think she I mean anyone would be fired for now, which was like she would stop the bus on the side of the road and tell a scary story sometimes I don't know why she did that. Oh I immediately found for some reason. My mind immediately went to she would stop the bus on side of the road, a climate and take. Just. Featuring grandma being like, sorry guys. You can lead a horse to water but I had one that did oh, actually. I was after my grandma's stopped she retired from bus shaving mess laverne takeover, Ms Libourne. With very often stop on a dirt road on of road and go, and so the the weeds and P and we just sat there in the bus and she trusted us to do that for earn fans dope because Ms Laverne knows how to party. Yeah she's dead. You know you can give you what did she die of I who knows right in and tell us I don't know I'll have my mom but. Yeah, she would do that allows you had an overactive bladder and she was mad every day God bless her how many total students at the school I don't know how many students had sixty four people graduating class. So that's not too tiny. No, it's not Anna Green Gables. Picturing one busload for the entire. We had you know buses we had busses but it was pretty. It was pretty small. We all knew each other was this in Georgia Yeah. It's in a place called Georgia. It's near planes where Jimmy Carter resides and it's from and will always be oh, was Jimmy Carter like a big you ever see Jimmy Carter around yeah he's still around and he yeah, he was very active in the community he. Ride. His bike around and his security detail at follow him. On their, tricycle. I heard. He got cancelled after that did with share. People. Forget people forget. Did you start doing like drama and theater stuff in school is that what got you into creativity or did that come later? Yeah. It it a drama in high school and then studied theatre in college because that was a dumb ass and then. Jokes on you. And Yeah as Drama in high school or some sport and I wasn't a didn't love sports. So it was drama for me and Yeah I guess let's got me into that. That might never ending need for validation are unfamiliar. Myself fully self validating. When. You look back do you have a role that you look back on as being like that? Was it that was the peak of my high school theater career. Do But I. I. Sorry you pause to, you could have just said, no, you gotta made a meal of it. So sorry I forgot. Away was okay. L. Guide groped tracks. Now this is so bad I. Don't know why and it wasn't even that long ago. God okay. So yeah and when I clay and my senior year is when I play competition and I won best actress and best play like we went to state it was very exciting but the rule I want for was a Holocaust survivor. In the play I never saw another butterfly, which is about children in a concentration camp. and. Yeah. and. I only come ever GonNa say that again actually. I just sit I haven't thought about this and so long I don't know why we chose that play. I'm always blown away by why? Because you're in high school you're just unless whatever you were a child actor or something this is the first like. Performing, you're doing why We voiced Shakespeare and Holocaust dramas onto thirteen and fourteen year olds make them do something about a high school? You know like bye bye. Birdie. Bye Bye. Birdie's great. You know maybe get some of them have to be gangsters but like, yeah, the fact that you you make someone who has never been on stage before do that kind of like intense dramatic work seems. Wrong if you want to do dramatic stuff should do stage productions of degrassi episodes. and. I could never get into Degrassi there too many characters. Like brain than. These degrassi was on television I was too old when grassy started but degrassi junior high which had preceded grassy. WAS ON. Daytime. Public television. When I was a kid and I watched a fair amount of degrassi junior high and in direct contrast to my much beloved voyage of the Mimi. I fucking hated your degrassi. Could not figure out what the appeal of it was and I think it's because it was a soap opera and I was watching it one episode at a time. Like I wasn't picking up because it was only when I was homesick. So. Yeah. I feel like I. Feel like my memories are haunted by Grassi junior high again before show I believe it did that's so weird that they wouldn't why didn't you just call it to and then the next Degrassi Degrassi high yeah and Weird Weird so strange that before any of these was degrassi babies. Little Drake they literally, they literally went completely sequentially I actually I have to say I didn't discover it until I was in college and I had broadband but I did like degrassi parents fucking. Shorter episodes. My only memory of Degrassi was like being a kid and turning it on for a few minutes and thinking it was saved by the bell and then being confused someone would like get caught. Owning. Mike what happened to this show? Oh. What's the other one? It's the okay. This. Is Not about a friendship bracelets sale gone awry. This is someone lost a baby likes what had a miscarriage? Terrible accident that's all. Thirty minutes I can never yeah there's so much going on that show is that show salon about that show still doing something? I imagine so. All those Canadian television shows are still running I. Think. littlest Hobo. Today's special. Things, they just run forever candidate. It ended in two thousand fifteen. DEGRASSI plan. Out Vertigo, Seton, new for a reboot rebooting. Drake decided to become a rapper. Up at it. Yeah. That's the exact day. What we're your big city experiences when you grow up twenty minutes from the barber shop, what counted is the big city and when did you go for what reasons? So America's I guess would be that would be it didn't have 'em. Also Albany was the closest big city with a mall and America's had a walmart and so in highschool. Law Mart was like where you would go because it's all you had. You would. We would go to America's and get light cheese fries at sonic, and then we would go just walk around Walmart Hours Oh America's there is this this club for teenagers called JC pineapples it was a Christian club. Messier AC pineapples it sounds like Jesus Christ if you can believe that. Christian club Jordan Jesus. Christ is the son of God in that religion. It sounds like it sounds like it would be a clothing optional resort for like, Buffet Fan. You, you go down to JC pineapples when you want to see another sunburned banned book your wife. I? Mean that's basically it was. God. I mean there was fucking happening and said JC pineapples for sure. Yeah and your parents did not have to be there for any of it because there is this guy at the door and You know he went your parents, drop you off and kind of like them, and they just fully trusted this man and then you're just inside and it was lawless it was like. Oh what was the average age of JC Pineapple Attendee Ono I would say thirteen years old to seven eighteen I mean there are definitely twenty, two, twenty, three year old creeps JC penney apples and the man outside as well. The bouncer if you will and Yeah. But I would say average aides it would be for fourteen fourteen. What was going what was going on in their give us a picture we walk through the door we show we show our ID to prove that we're underage. The the creep L. outside raises the velvet. Rope. You Walk, and you could go to the Bar, get a soda or a juice drink, and they always had This was like during the height of my space and there are like a bunch of my space sort of hardcore scream oh bans like around the area and and one of them always be JC pineapples playing show and people would be dancing getting finger and then so you would do do those things. With your friends. For a while and then you know after I would say an hour and a half your parents pick you up and You know you do it all again, the next the next week and it was very, it was dark and JC pineapples they had strobe lights though and Just. It was it. was very like, have you been to a wet seal? Because it was, it might have just been a let's. And this is really funny. It's I mean again I think I think what we're discovering is here there's you know a little bit of an age gap. So we kind of have different pop culture references. So when I was in high school, I was not getting finger to scream I was getting a finger to swing revival. A little bit of a different different vibe with what was going on and music than I'm actually older than Jordan. So I, I was getting fingered to swing original. Servicemen where they just got out the just come home and. They were here. The the Brown Derby? Was All ages before eight o'clock. In there and? We used to love them in uniform back pressure. Show some respect. Welcome the boys back with a nice. Finger Sailor milk your prostate. You take you take the two fingers you're saluting with. And that's the story behind that classic photo. Right. Pine. So. was there a cover charge? Yes ten dollars. So. Thank you your parents could get in free if you accepted Christ like there. No No. No. That's not how Christianity works at all. Familiar we're the SCREAMA bands. Christian. Screama Baynes allegedly, yeah. I mean they were like past your kids or the kids of the the strong. The strong man that would go to high schools in rip up a phone books. Did you did you guys have? The. High School at a Carnival in the nineteen twenty. I grew up in wayside. High School's. Point you guys in raccoon coats would pile into a foam. In your paid to bits to see a mermaid, it was just a monkey sewn to a trout. God No this is awful. I is this just happened to me I have to sign up for better help. So these men would come to school. And we all had to go to the Jehmu an assembly and they would and I went to public school. Again, the seems like something that should not have happened but they would talk to us about the importance of accepting Christ into our hearts and not doing drugs and this was like a double team thing and then they would they would they are very strong. They're wearing like like wife beaters really tight Blake spandex shed and they would I guess. I don't know why he did this they would. They would rip phone books have. Just, straight down the middle and we were like. You know and then we got saved that day. So. Powerful. Brother. And now, a band where one guy sings in one screen. You guys didn't have the strong man. They were called this strong men what the? I'm just GONNA RECAP. Over at home listener. Right at your public. Highschool. Christians. Strong men would come in singlets. And tear phone books in half in the name of Christ you're correct. I think we've all had that happen. That's a universal experience right coming of age like I need report the school because. Okay. All right. Well, did you. Go Stout, and on the go Saudi, their ghost out was a drunk driving awareness thing and the sheriff would come to the school dressed as the grim reaper. I've I I vaguely remember something like. The I I do remember like an assembly where certain students were cast to play drunk driving victim. But did they pull them out because they they cloaked us out like they would let you know that you were chosen the day before and the grim reaper would come the next day just randomly and he would pick you out of the classroom and then they would do your makeup. They would put like stage makeup on your face to make you look data's fog, and then you had to go back inside the classroom and no, one can talk to you for the rest of the day. You're supposed to be dead, and then if you were one of the dead ones at the simply you had to read a statistic and then your friends will come up to you a guest. I would be pretty sad if you died and that was ghost out and you got a cup. Wow can athletic cup. Had nothing to do with it yet? No but I still have my ghost DOT Cup. Go style happens and you're not gonNa take away from me. I'm questioning everything we we had a something like this but I don't think it had the element of a elected official coming in. The grim reaper and pulling kids out of Class I. Think it was just a skit. Man It would be awesome if elected officials in the city of San Francisco. Just just supervisor Tom Yano. Dressed up as the fucking grim reaper and showed up. Gay Stand up comedian Tommy. Dangling earring wearing San Francisco, supervisor, and eventual. Mayoral candidate just dressed as the grim reaper. You know who I knew in high the closest I have to this is I had kind of an extra curricular mentor who is in this thing called the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence. Are you familiar with this? Absolutely not. It's a bunch of drag queens dressed up as nuns, but they're only sort of drag queens. It's game and dresses, nuns I mean they're they're their gender bending obviously but they're not all like drag Queens avocation thing just some of them just think it's funny to dress up as a non a lot of them have giant beards and stuff. But this Guy Huntley he was the pope pretty good. Yeah. He was called Pope I'm trying to look up what his weight is. Pope is called. because. He had a special pope name pope dementia the last and they would come to your school alias Paypal Smi her. It was just like an assembly. Did they talk about you know not playing around in abandoned fridges and stuff? We this was like we had this thing where on on weekends we would go to a matinee. Art Movie and he was one of the sort of teachers of it and so yeah, it was it was him in this other guy and then we would have charcuterie sounds like fun afternoon. Yeah. It was fucking great. We got free opera ticket sometimes to basically the same. JC PINEAP- was JC pineapples, tropical themed Fisher. was there a pope fair also? Tone have its own no. Definitely yeah. It had A. Neon Palm Tree like wall hangings yet lots of lots of palm tree decor I. Feel like the logo was just have you ever been to out the willies that's another thing I'm probably making up it's like a CPA Gresh John in Panama City Florida and it's just a pineapple is justified apple and he looks like he's stoned out of his mind I feel like it was something like that I mean there was a pineapple involved obviously if you wanted to buy drugs at JC pineapples 'cause you yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Absolutely could top three top three. Jason. Pipe. Three. God well, adderall Vida and. Standard. Cocaine. Standard Coax. 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It's Jordan Jesse go I'M JESSE THORN AMERICA'S RADIO SWEETHEART Jordan Moros I'm doing a pal nickname. Fuck their Jesse Thorn. Halloween. America's Radio Sweden. You had a good one chambered. was. Ready. And Blair Skin Ghost of JC pineapples. Spooky meaning I'm changing mine to Giorgio Lantern. Clever, knits. Okay. Sorry. Guys I just got. I just got. The names of the different. Sisters. Perpetual indulgence there. In alphabetical order there's a list of them from sister abby abnormal all the way to sisters Jacques Lhamo. Solid here's sugar. But of course, you got sugar but on their gotta have sugar but on their sister Maple Syrup just maple syrup just maple syrup some of them have like sister Maudlin Mascara one. But then there's also just you know sister Camille Leon. The less. Creative but hey, who who am I to judge? I've never been part of any kind of. Gender, Bending People Organization. So what Do your thing sister betty taste. Well, self rising I. Mean I think that's about a penis no why I don't see Steve. You're projecting Jesse. Sometimes cigar is just a cigar. Okay. They organized the original. San Francisco Castro Halloween Party. Now, a little bit of history there legendary Castro Halloween parties. Yeah. Many many many. Gay Rights Marches Real Heroes. Sisters at the perpetual indulgence. I can understand how you'd be upset if you were. Serious Catholic. Somewhat blasphemous. When something momentous happens to you two, zero, six, nine, eight, four, four fun is the telephone number to call. You can also send us a voicemail at Jj go at maximum fund dot Org for our segment. Momentous occasions. Here is one such occasion. Hate Pardon Jesse and guests I'm going to guess Lisa, Hanna Wall and Sunny D.. I'm calling in with a moment of James was just rocking my dog. taking them out to the bathroom and listening to Jordan Jesse Go. Jesse started telling a story about his friend who get Nordstrom that I live in. One of the busiest streets in Seattle and. I couldn't hear Jesse Story. So I was trying to turn the volume up on my phone and somehow hit the correct combination to. Call the police and my emergency context and On my phone So I had to the police. Let them know I'm okay my parents no I'm okay. Now I figured I should play you guys know that I'm okay and now I'm very scared to just the volume on my phone I. Love you goodbye. That's great. Yeah. I think probably the hardest part of that was explaining the podcast to the police. Doesn't really I. Mean it's from before podcasts had to have a primitive very podcast onepointoh thing. It's it's not why are we talking? It's Kinda what people make fun of when they make fun of podcasts. Well, it's pretty good I mean I kind like it out I initially I listened to it because there weren't any other options, but then I came to kind of be fond of them and I I got used to listening to it. So now I do listen to a lot of I. Don't know I guess what you would call good podcasts but I I still listen to this one sounds like a cry for help Louise Daley She's. She's She's clearly unmet taker. Take her and. Let's take one more call. Hey, Jordan Jesse and guest. This is Ben in Indianapolis Indiana. Calling with a momentous occasion. I just got my. First Tattoo. and well, it is. Not a picture of your faces. It is nevertheless a momentous in special tattooed to me. It is to remind me that life is worth living a year and a half ago. was a very, very bad depression, suicidal ideation, all of that and as I was working with my psychiatrist. To try to get medication figured out he told me. I want you to look forward to anything. They will help you get going. It doesn't matter how stupid it is a favorite podcast or whatever. I said. Really, doesn't matter how stupid the podcast is and he said, no. This is a profoundly stupid podcast. and. He got a little annoyed with me and said, yeah, whatever gets you through the morning. And so as stupid as your podcast can be I, want to say that there were so many weeks there where looking forward. To Your podcast coming out was one of those things that kept me going no matter how stupid it seemed on the surface. So. Thank you for that and anybody out there who is. In the same place no, it's okay. If that is the thing that's keeping you going looking forward to Jordan and Jesse and. Inevitably Steve AG or whoever. And also know that it is worth going on because the world would be worse off. In it so Thank you guys for all the laughs and. Everything. So I wasn't really paying attention to that call but sister flach Alina `Grande God. Sister Flach Alina Guerande was initially inducted by Cardinal. Anal receptive. A plume of white smoke. Over JC pineapples. Have Chosen. Thank you for the call. Really, glad to hear caller that you. 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Steve Agee, Matt Belknap and Open Mike Eagle guest

Doug Loves Movies

1:08:30 hr | 5 months ago

Steve Agee, Matt Belknap and Open Mike Eagle guest

"The. Candy Wrapper Srini babies. In Team. Walls. A. Everybody. My name is Doug I love movies. This is Douglas Movies coming to you once again from the muck with another homes alone edition it Sunday August thirtieth we did it fuck you August twenty twenty. And my guess. So excited about this I got to rearrange some stuff though because I'd like to do it in alphabetical order and we have a last minute addition. My guest today are Steve, Ag Maddow nap and open Mike Eagle. Woo. I Tell us. Hey, Doug does your themes on? Say You hate sticky seats? Yeah you know the theme song was recorded. Over a decade ago back when. There were still some pornographic theater. Okay. Okay. I was wondering what? Theaters do not care for the sticky seats. Y-. You don't. That's not as much issue these days no. Theme Song. What's that? Who made the theme song? You don't know know after all these years. Mike Furman sometimes yeah I can hardwick. Hardened firm I reached out to them they were. That's how long ago. This was they were a team. Yeah and I said guys you I do this theme song for free and they're like. No problem? Just GonNa make sure to put words in there that people will ask you about for the rest of your life. Off a surprise. Because because people don't understand. You don't understand what they're saying when it says. Thirty ads. Oh Yeah thirty ads in popcorn kernels in his teeth. It's like it goes fast and people it's hard to. Hard to figure it out. Thank you for your question Let's meet my guests individually and alphabetically starting with Steve AG Hello Hi man longtime last time. I saw you was in Atlanta. That's true. That's the first thing I was going to bring up is the last time we spoke on on this program you're not allowed to say which part you were playing in suicide suicide, which part. Exactly as it turns out. So, tell us now. It's the it's a King Shark. I'm king is King Shark onset I basically was doing what Sean Gunn did with. Rockets. I was. Mostly the performance grabbing cooper swoops in and takes. Around the booth for twenty minutes much like Bradley. Cooper. Some other assholes going to step in and. Work for a day and get all the king's shark credit. But. This you know who's doing the voice? I actually don't know. Interesting. Bi. So there's that and then I play a character an actual live action character named John Economists who's in the actual. Original. Comic series. What's his deal area? Are you not allowed to say? It well, in the comic books he is the. I believe he's the original I could be wrong but I, think he is the original warden for Belle reve prison. which is where where they're all based out of for the you know all these super villains or housed a home, but it's something. It's something Kinda different now in the movie. Maybe. Ask. Nice try man who are really really loose talk in, and then we already came to dead end. Look. But. We also are not going to see the film until when. Almost a year next August August twenty, twenty one. I I want to say August six I think is the release date. Well I'm excited for it and We also have never had a chance you and I to discuss that we are both voices of Blobby Weirdos in Justin Roy lynes squash game trevor. The universe but that's right and I only just recently. was able to hear are here and CR are actual performances. Well, you know I don't have video game stuff at home and I certainly don't have the you know VR headset and all that business and. So. I just finally one day just on me, there's There's Just. Go on Youtube and and just show the whole game. That's how I saw it. I decided what? You after a while I finally had to start fast forwarding because I tried to watch it naturally and I just got tired of waiting for my hard. So. But once, I, got to my part it's just. The trouble is that the guy playing isn't terrible at it. So so a lot of the lines that I said, I. Still Haven't heard right because I've got just got you know either play the game or watch somebody play the game and have them just stand around and not accomplish anything because there's so much stuff that Justin had a say it's there when the person's like failing to move onto what they're supposed to do next. Well, you should put that out to your listeners anybody who has the game and is playing it or has played it to. You know make a recording of All the Doug Benson. Parts. Of This Was, a squash game I have to I. Don't know what that is. It's a weird town in thing what is that? The name of his his gaming company squad squash games. And it's you know it's in line with all of this silly words he's always making up. Thought, it was just an adjective everybody knew except me so it's good to know that. Terry didn't know either I was I'm glad you ask because I was too afraid to ask I. Feel like I'm GonNa be asking a lot of questions. There's going to be my position. While Appreciate you being here and it's strange that some of the last name Eagle would be third alphabetically but that's how the actress count. Matt BELKNAP is here Hey. Matt had Gaza going. It's going great. We had a little bit of Snafu today the reason your guest I mean, you're always welcome to be a guest, of course, 'cause. We're the only reason I would ever listen to never not funny. Near you were here as a the role of producer today and we had a issue with our the email link that we have to send out to people Casper van Dien was going to be here. Who is the actor? Of course most famous for playing Johnny Rico and Starship Troopers You know he i. hope he's not just sitting somewhere wondering. Where we are. Thinking of us like bugs and thinking only could. We don't WanNa get mad at us. He's in cats. But he's very nice actor. He did were you there when he did Douglas Movies at meltdown comics one time I don't think. So I think I would remember that because the very strikingly handsome man so I can't imagine forgetting seeing him in person. Yeah Ryan was I mean? You're right. You're right. You Got Rid Ryan Ryan was there and I assume maybe not probably by Yeah. I, think he was on with Rosa Salazar and I want to say comedian may be maybe can read on that one but anyway. He was a great guest, Super Nice Didn't mind how hot it was Dan Comic Student Mind the crickets. was really pleasant experience. It doesn't pay bugs. Role. Eddie also watch watch me all my other friends you know smoke weed. Behind the. Out Behind. The. Comic Book Store in front of Fire Station. It was it was great. Times. He has a movie and that's part of why coaxed him into doing. This is because he's got a movie. Opens on Tuesday, by opens I don't know what that means some some theaters and on. Dry. Gains. not sure about on demand. Because they're really theater really opening Crazy. Yes. It's called the second. The second. So. There's plug. Co... Appel. Now, what have you been to? He has never not funny been have you and Jimmy part of been. cranking out episodes during this whole thing. Yes, we have We actually are doing episodes a week now mostly because Jimmy's bored at home and has nothing else to do. We added a third episode week and that's are. Paying subscribers we have like a a premium thing that that the hardcore fans do so yeah. We've been pretty busy and. Definitely didn't think we would still be doing this in August but here we are. Right. I, know we're all like, oh, we'll do these zoom shows for a couple of months that'll. Get us to the next phase. Thank. You for jumping in. And of course, all the questions I have for Casper, I'm going to ask you go right ahead. I'm I'm ready ready for that. I don't even have any questions for him just. Meyer really like. bought. Who's your favorite Busey? Gary as always Gary Yeah and. Also joining us today. With I believe a new album coming out soon, it's open, Mike Eagle Yeah you believe right? It doesn't come out until October though, but it's one of those memory test for me the title, it's an May. What else? Oh, trauma and divorce is still things that don't don't go together birthday at all. It's one of those three word tests like I took it super high me where. Like. Cab Avocado brick. That's coming out on what date October sixteenth. I know you feel weird about promoting it right now but. Yeah man everybody's going through shit and I, made a album about my shit I was going through before the world fell apart. So it's a little strange to. You know first of all, I'm trying to sell it which is weird. And then you know I'm trying to. Promote it during a time when everybody's fucking depressed though I don't know. There's a little strange the moment you know. Year you know what you put into your music could soothe people or Inspire people and. So. Many different ways I think that music is the one thing where I think every musician should be making music right now and just putting it out whether it's whether they're getting rich off it or not just That's I. Think The music's the one thing that. You can really just make people feel better every everything else and even some music obviously lyrically music's could be music upset people but. You know what I mean I just think. Like Lady Gaga was like I'm not going to put out my album. It's like well why why not? Like? Yeah you're not going to distract the world that much with your. FA-. Now, that's not what she means. Though see my abi making this altruism, which means like all the stores are broken. Sushi doesn't want to miss out on that extra five hundred grand. Did she a? Vinyl stores were still open and all that sort of sort of. That's the tricky part of like what's going on with movies. Now, it's just a giant chess game because every movie that you know they're doing the research and figuring out loud. which ways it could do best for us in these circumstances why doesn't everybody just do gold vod route I don't understand why they don't do that why they don't. Sell through Roku or whatever. They'll because these blockbuster movies. Especially Christopher Nolan tenant but these movies in general. It's all about the big screen like the all the experience experience. Yeah and it's just like and the thing is is they can get they get the double hit with the you know if you haven't theaters and then Vod then they're getting money for the same movie twice. going straight severe Jeez, really cutting into to their point of like it's. It's insane. How far off putting movies I mean like I feel like suicide squad too isn't really actually done. So it's not such a big deal a year from now like the fast and serious. Number nine. You know that was supposed to come out like in April and now it's coming out next year. It's it's just sitting there. It's completely done. We, could be enjoying. It would love to seon I I. I'm so bombed when I was bummed when tenant you know was pushed because I you know of course, it'd be better to see it in the theater but I got nothing going on I'm just Doing, nothing you know what? I you know what I noticed. Steve. So the world was already shady, but then like everything got. Markedly shittier wants Jordan documentary ended like the day. The day after people were riding in the streets. Oh. My God how good was that? It was the best to gave us the reason to live for a few weeks. It was great. Good. I wanted just bring back to the show not that I ever really did it regularly but I think it's really interesting now that areas weekend box office reports. And I have the results for this this particular weekend. Theaters that are. Yeah well, it turns out. There's like over I think over two thousand screens. Wow. A lot of its I guess is drive INS but. You know. Not, not. More than twenty percent I don't think. I. Know Number One was well, it was the the one big movie that came out. The new mutants. Theaters. Oh I would've said bill and. Oh no I'm talking about movies that are actually you know in a in theaters. It's bill and Ted's playing at drive INS. But yeah, I don't I think bill and Ted's drive INS Vod. Okay. I think this is talking about just domestic screens because there's a lot of places that have opened up enough in the theaters are just doing it at like fifty percent capacity, right? The empty seat between each group. But I still, I wouldn't and masks I'm not going to have not going to watch a movie in the theater with a mask on that's where I draw the line. This it. Yeah. I mean. I'll go anywhere else in the mask on I mean I believe in wearing masks I'm just not going to go. See a movie theater like feeling like I'm in the middle of unless the movies contagion. Then it'd be like an immersive experience, right? That's true. I just had a fucked up like they should have movie theaters set aside for people who have tested positive in their in their inner up about were they can just go. I'm sure the industry would love it. No be fucked up. Antibody Theater Yeah, just do have those they don't have to distance they can pack them in. Yeah I. Think they should also maybe some places that are looking into this I. think there should be more theater rentals where you just rent the theater and then you decide you know. which and how many people are going to be at your screen? Do. But again, that's like that's you know that's GonNa be rich people. And that's not going to be fair. So forget I ever suggested. I did think it was it was would have been possible to sell them at like twenty five percent capacity. With the way things are now like e see that at restaurants that people are sitting two tables apart like what's the difference? It's the same premise but maybe not though I don't know if you're in a theater, maybe the air conditioning is blowing germs into your face but it just I assume that that would be the first step that we would be there by now. But I guess the I'm glad they're being careful I. Just I there's so much money being lost. It's kind of insane. Yeah and that's the that's the big fight right now, people are mad at the governor of California for refusing to let you know things open back up and So they're like now there's this big push to the protests to try to get him out. Wow that is really an interesting thing all the things that are going on right now, and you're putting your energy into this Guy Wall let Disneyland opened up. Crazy I know people need to get back to work I completely get that but it it's gotta be. Safety I you know the new mutants like I said. Made seven million dollars that's considered the number wind. Wow. The office champ for the weekend and that movie is a You know one of the. One of the series of movies. Art of franchise. So it's like I. Bet you made. Fifty sixty million first weekend. Things were. Normal. Number two is unhinged, which was the number one movie last week. That's the The Russell Crowe. Is Mad about something. Baseball bat headlights or something like that. That's the one where there was a viral video of him going around like. Talking about his movie and like getting really Like aggressive about it did you see that? I didn't see any bat, but it does sound like. That would happen starts talking about his movie and then it goes on like starts getting really fucking aggressive. It's only got it so good. I gotTA check that out. And the rest is just like you know, spongebob on the run. All six made six, hundred and four grand is. The second. Spongebob. Movie. against. And then there's a movie called the personal history of David Copperfield. What that is made its art house movie. Then another movie that I am not familiar with called words on bathroom walls. Might. Not Be a movie might just be a series of images. Documentary. Done, baseball and jazz that's your walls. History of word some bathroom walls. So those both made like five, hundred, four, hundred, grand respectively. So it's. But, that's that's the box office report is uses so. Those are your choices like that. That's what you got, and then also what they've been doing it a lot of places for a few months now is like ghostbusters groundhog day jaws just okay. Showing the shit out of Classics Comfort, Movies Yeah Because, that's what they do it. The drive INS lot to driving's now are multiplexed. So like they've got to put together like four six double bills at each driving because that's the other thing that's driving still do which is amazing to me. Between our two movies. Yeah so too. The choices right now are so random my life I like looking at the drive in theaters just seeing the crazy double bills that they've been coming up with. trolls world tour and visible. Have you been I've been movie dug in the last few months. I went the other night to. They did a Amazon prime. did a series of driving events. At drive INS. To different drive ins in southern California and was curated by Michael Jordan, and a premise of it, and it started at the beginning of summer. But you know timing between perfect the premise of it is. You know. Lack films, but that's also they wanNA show popular ones. So already talked about this on this show last week. But like one of the movies they show is they showed is hook. which on the face of it seems to me like it's about white family. But there is Rubio. Right. The Lost Boys are ethnic mix and that's why it got. It got in there. That doesn't check either box. Film and it's not popular. While the popular part is arguable every time I imagine hook on stage the entire crowd chance move theon without. GENERATION MAY BE THE AD super into it but you know the night I went, they showed Elsie Deva choice between movies. So the night I went it was either girls trip or coming to. America. In since coming to America Two's coming out later this year that was put me in a mood to. Check that out so Me and my girlfriend went to the city of Industry Vineland drive in theater. And just stayed in our car. Twins. Saw Old movie that is way dirtier than I ever remembered it being I thought it was like a family comedy come to America Yeah Oh no the royal peanuts clean and. Dirty. Blow job right at the beginning. So Jerry Yeah and I also. Like vh one and Shit so like Doubt the fact that all of Eddie Murphy's slave women in the beginning all of his servants I should say are topless or or you get a good shot in there but and then they drop f bombs. Like. I think it's the debut of Samuel Jackson saying mother Fucker in. Wow, yeah with. Rob when he robbed McDowell's right. Yeah. Yeah. Rob Supplies and. An Akim, is really clever. He screws be mop end of his mop off so that you just has the stick you don't need reading in. The rest of that mob he goes over there pretty taking down on the help of this. His particular his assistant. ME. Play by our hall. It is so funny. How many parts those guys play in that movie? It was almost like they were at cranking the. Paramount playing all the. Every time shows up as a different character it will not move the story forward. Suddenly. They're just talking about boxing for fifteen minutes. Our shot got nothing to do with what's happening. It's just there for fun. It's fun. Okay. So what are we talking about? Why go around driving? This GOTCHA. All right. Well, we got to play some games been a lot of talk here. and. People come for the game. So let's let's get to that. We're going to start with one. It's brand new. It's called too fast. I'm furious. The title. Or you're not going to like this game. I'd. Go To you first Steve I'm GonNa ask you a fast and furious related multiple choice question. which the answer is one of these three things. Okay. The fast and the furious. Or Fast Five. Or, furious seven. Okay. Those are your three choices. Okay. The question if you get it wrong, then will move to Matt Belknap who gets a shot at it and if he gets it wrong then boy oh boy. Open, my ego gets that lucky point. And then we just moved from there. I personally get two points, wins the game. Okay. It's just the first game is kind of a warm up dunk. Don't put too much pressure on yourself. Steve AG. dwayne Johnson's first appearance. Sounds Five Cynthia. Franchise, was in fast five which I had this weird thing with my. Kerry. Sorry Keep hearing. Before the question is finished. is that your final answer? That is correct. That is correct I. I didn't realize, and of course you know I try not to plan these games for specific people. I didn't realize I'd have such A. Fast and furious aficionado on. Well, I will tell you because of this. The, the quarantine I've I took it upon myself early to start watching series like Harry Potter series and the fast and furious series movies I had never seen. So I've seen a lot of these movies now. Which? Do you have. Tablets. Fast Five. Favorite I. Think it is the most entertaining one and then what about in the Harry Potter I'm really bad with the names of those ones. Did you like them though? Yeah and I thought they got better to the kids got older and the the the subjects got darker. Oh. Yeah. I two just when we come off in quite company I, just I roam rate. Upset. At Me Buddy pull. As caban just turned it around, and then I feel like I feel like there's none better than that one. That's my favorite one I think so too I think they went back fell back into the trap of just trying to adapt every goddamn thing that happens exactly instead of taking some license, you're making it more of a interesting film. But they're all they all have stuff. They all have some value you know as long as Dhabi's not onscreen I'm pretty happy. The charge are of. It's so funny too. 'cause he's like so much in the second one in so annoying and then he disappears for many of the movies and then when he shows back up again, it's just a dye and make you feel sad that he's dying even though he never liked them. Totally yeah I mean I really like felt sad when he died I was like damn you because if George Jar died I there's no way. There's no way I would shut here. Probably not. In, cry over the e walks cry over. I mean I know only one I think only one e walk is really seen as dead. One sad or he's just limp on the ground. Try to move them and he. Yeah not. Like a puppy finding a dead. Now. So cute anymore. All No, but it's still kind of is okay. So It's still puppies so which? Will start with you. Go to you next Matt Steve's on the board one points you really got to. Get this and I'm pissed about that because I've seen like one or two of these movies but I knew the answer to that one. Just by like I could feel my way through that idea but this one. I'm sure. Go ahead. Which is the first? Fast and furious movie to be over two hours in length. Very first one was the fifth one seventh one. Saw the first one and I I. Don't remember it being overly long. So I'm I'M GONNA I'M GONNA go ahead and save the fifth one that seems like they would have gone all out on that. That is correct. Yes. Yeah. Yeah that one suddenly two hours, ten minutes and they just keep creeping like I think I think Calvin and Hobbes was like. It was three and a half hours. Next to the Irishman, they think. All right. So outta point, Steve Gotta point. Here we go. Mike. Here's never seen any of these movies now one. Feel like you might. You might be able to figure it out. We'll all heart on these. feels. It. Was the first. Fast and furious movie to be released in. I Max. Between the fast and furious. Fast five or furious seven. The fast and furious. You out of the gate they. Now. All be. Fast Five All can't be the. Or can they damage? Incorrect My heart is fucked up. Let's. Steve's. Name. The same theory as Mike I don't think it would be. Fast Five, three times in a row. So I'M GONNA. Go furious seven. That's incorrect. Man. I saw it on a fucking TV? So Matt this is yours to lose boy. Doug I'M GONNA. Say Fast Five. You'RE GONNA. Go with the one remaining answer. Say I know what I'm doing? I don't. Like even though I haven't seen those later movies having been the producer of your podcast for fourteen years I feel like it is exactly like you to just have the same answer three times in a row. So I was feeling it all all the way through it was feeling it's got to be fast five. All, right. Well you. Took that went down. Since. You know I don't WanNa play this game again ever. So I'M Just for fun. Tell you the other ones we had here which one had the tagline field the speed feel the rush. IS FOR ANYBODY HURRY Anybody Yeah. That's definitely sounds familiar. I. Think I was the first one I think the first one. I Say That one would a you? Because it was it was fast five. Ever I just said that. Broke my own rule. Now. This narrows down to two, which which movie was released exactly on the tenth anniversary of the original, fast and furious who at the fifth one of the seventh one. Ten, years later. Going to say fast five. I'm going to go seven. I've stained. I'm what I'm going to give the point. Also fast five. Which Movies Puerto Rico as a double Rio de? Janeiro. Five. Also five and then a guy named Matt Schultz is in multiple. Fast and furious furious movies. which. One of the three that we've been using in this game? Is He not in? Five or seven, probably fast five. I'M GONNA. Go out on a limb say fast five again. All Right Steve. You're all corrected. whizzy stunt guy an. Actual actor, he's actual actor who his character. For whatever he gets his arm really fucked up in the first one by some metal blade or something, and then he shows up again in five and he's got legos scarred sucked the farm and then I, forget how he manages to also get. I mean he doesn't show beginning till seven. So he he's out from through through six. Oh Wow. Yeah. He doesn't show up again until seven. Yeah it's weird. We'll. Get. It. Don't you won that game. Tell you. I'll tell you about your winnings I'll tell you about exactly what you one. After, these commercial messages. That that's an amazing teeth. Pretty good. We'll be right back. 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Does sound a little familiar to tell me how it works and I'll tell you if i. Had A couple of these Actually I think I might have been producing when the last time Mike was on. So Mike. Do you know this game? I don't think. Yes I don't i. I don't recall. Yeah it's. It's messed up. Paul Weird Algorithm because. IMDB. The Internet movie database has a function now. Where when you look up to cast of a movie. We'll click on the thing see all gives you a whole list and then hey, you want to refine that myth. Would you like to see these people listed in order of their popularity? A. Rather Kelly. Yeah. No no actor needs to find out about this. Cooking yourself up could be painful. Steve don't go near this thing. I mean, you know I mean if you have reasonable expectations also try not not that bad but for big stars can be quite jarring. Some of the supporting players in bit parts in their in their movie are are more popular today because I looked this thing up either yesterday or today. So it's like this is popular according to I m DB's. Algorithm. which is very strange and hard to figure out yet is this is based on their their proprietary star meter system right I. Think it somewhat is. I I don't know what? I don't know what boosts people up the most other than it does feel like. Being in the news in a big way, does make their star meter up in that makes them go up on on this thing is well. What if you're famous because you murdered a bunch of people in real life? Does it make star to go? A better does I think give your also in movies or TV. It's unfortunately most to the serial killers aren't really known until they get caught. I said unfortunately. Okay. So so here's how it works. I'll each of you'll get a chance to go first but Matt gets the first round. I'll name a movie and maggots the the first one to tell me who he thinks from that movie. would be the top billed person in the movie that's worth. The most points the name, the top person you get three points. So I can build to third bill one eight below that you don't get anything. And you can also share answers. And you can do all your math out loud. It's just a matter of sure everybody's locked in on someone. Yeah I. DO I have heard you play this game and and I just remembered there was like a director was in there. Are you doing the directors are still involved to or is it just cast? Directors can slip in but I, think in that case, it might have been because that director your play Cameo in in the movie. Oh. Right. Right. Yeah. I think you're right yeah or oh yeah. I think in fact also it was a cameo by a director who did not direct that movie right? Confusing because the like their rating was high because of their directing work. But they were a cameo in this movie. NCI. So you have to. Kind of think that way to sometimes it just card to do. It's so weird I was. Jeff. Tate, and I play this game on periscope every day where you know a movie trivia game and so I had to do some research on spies like us recently. Warm out that John Landis movie he'd gotten so out of hand with the Tassie Cameos by other directors, it is crazy how many directors have random little parts and especially considering how terrible that movie turned out. To have all these distinguished directors in there playing fucking. David Cronenberg and shit like that. Weird and it's a gag for nobody because not even people who are fans of directors especially back then tended to even know what they look like A. Okay so anyway. Here we go. And you know like I said feel free to talk your way through all of this It's a shared information game 'cause it's also something we could plan Internet. Assuming no one is cheating looking stuff up on there. There's no prizes. So so why cheat is what I say yet, there's still people who would. None of you guys though. Matt. Almost probably, Casper, that was close. Matt. I mean. Castro's of fun guest to have just because. When in your life? Do you get to just constantly refer to someone by the name Casper? Appropriately you never. It's just Okay. The. Movie. That is. Suicide Squad. Suicide. I. One Yes. Yes. Is the second one. Do they have like the cast list on IMDB? Already. Think so oh man. Okay. So looked at that but anyway, this is the first one so. Feelings can't get hurt by this Be. Heard Anyway. So I haven't seen this movie but I, you know I sort of have some clue as to WHO's in it. Seems like the obvious answer. Is Will Smith but knowing how the algorithm is a little bit fickle and weighted towards recent events. I feel like I have to think about that. There's Margot Robbie might be above him at this point. Who else is in it? Let me think about that too. Yeah, you know what? Because like what is Margot done recently, she had something going on this summer and she she was promoting something. I'll say I. I'm not going to. Come over. To Robbie. Alright. That's. That's what Matt's working with. What do you think? Mike. I'm I'm I'M GONNA I'M GONNA I'M GONNA put on a place to save Batman. Say Well, I'M GONNA go ahead and say we'll. Say, he's he's top billed according to the Weird Algorithm. Okay. I mean, they did just announce that. They're gonNA make bright to Oh. No, they didn't. I'm telling you no way. There's no way for putting man. I mean, maybe it's not as you know. Everything's kind of up in the air at this point. They intend to make a second. Jesus, they're also making that the the dramatic one hour fresh prince of Bel Air series that he's producing. Have you heard about that? No. Come on. Now that's actually that's net Israel. And nobody wants it but it's happening. Yeah I guess. It looks like it's basically what happened is like a film student made a trial got a trailer about like what if the fresh prince was like riverdale basically. And, then we'll Smith Saad and he went flew like wherever that guy was to meet him talk to him about it and then they partnered up. Will Smith is the busiest man in the world who somewhere somehow also always board. Don't understand it. was like yawning while learning how to shoot a gun Okay. So because he still learn new guns, they practice daily movie does your. What's your thought Steve? Well. I think based on Algorithms Matt's probably right with Margo I think maybe Just to be. Just to give a different answer i. I want to say Violet Davis but maybe also based on Algorithms I. I'll just go David Harbour. Okay. I'll. Aunt Jared Leno's in that to eighty nine. True. That's another you know. He could throw this shit off an major way not that I'm gonNA. Change my vote. Somebody, else wants to. All right. So Matt go with Margot Mike's sticking with will. Smith. And Steve. At Harbour? Glad you all dodge the bullet on jared leto. Because he came in seventh. ooh. Yeah. Third Place. Somebody's getting a point. Will. Smith Walk Okay. I'll take point I'll take point. Yeah. It's going to be our than the players has Coming in at number two. On credited but definitely their. Sister Ben. Affleck. Wow Man Fuck I. Forgot he was. Damn yeah he shows up and he's like, Hey, what's going on? vk. And Double. One three points. For Margot Robbie. Nice. Still Anybody's game. You don't know what? Movies I'm GonNa, throw you. Know how crazy. Could. Lose. Up. Next. NYC, Y'all you go. First it's time. To celebrate an anniversary of major milestone. The classic still. Purple Rain Oh. Okay okay. Yeah. Nine must be really like with A. This Should wouldn't this be rb is Okay. jeepers man so I mean. But the fact that you're ask it means there's a curveball in here somewhere. And I can't think I mean more days pretty but he wouldn't on. He's done nothing else in. Except, Jay and silent Bob or something. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA I'M GONNA, go ahead I'm GonNa take prints I'm going to take printed Oh okay I'm gonNA take prints. All right. Yeah. Steve. Jesus APPALACHIA Neha. was literally the only other name I play. I thought of Morris Day, and Princeton abalone of those I can't even think of a third or fourth person. Out I'll tell you this. I'm getting this getting this feeling like somebody who played one of his parents was famous. Day Work Yeah there's got to be real actors in it right like I just can't think of any of them Feel like his dad was somebody but I can't remember who the hell was. Yeah, probably someone who's still alive and working. So they would potentially be higher than prints. So Steve is that your final answer? Yes. Okay. All right. It's it's to be then. Y- like I could just I could take a complete shot in the dark and try to think of an actor. Who would have played like? Yeah, like his dad or something. Having No. Memory of WHO that would be but I think I'm just GONNA play it safe and say prince because I could say I can also say prints right Oh Yeah Yeah yeah okay. That's fair I. Mean I think. So let's go to Steve. Let's circle back. He's still WANNA stick in Bologna. Yeah. Just have a different answer. All right well, we just said you don't have to have a different. Reason, if for some reason, it's Appalachia this is going to be huge. I will say the other name that keeps coming to my head is Edward James Olmos, but I. Don't know why I think he would be in it but it seems like. Know he's doing origami. The amount of Doug, laughter on the on the Call Right now tells me he is not. Just I keep trying to figure out there was a party could even play. Yeah I don't know. Because it's Yeah. All right. Let's break it down. That's what I was trying to make it. There is any larger parts for you know people he will not have heard white or Hispanic. Lisa and Wendy. From Prince's band, they came at number seven eight. Number. Say. They've they shared a spot. They had to share bill because one person as. Covered one after the other and I'm not gonNA. Say which came first 'cause they're listening. I. Don't want him to feel bad. For sure it was. Wendy Wendy Melvoin. They're both very talented. I've seen him. Perform you know various. Situations and I think they're great also great. The Great Morris Day he came in at number six. Six I know shocking and then v I didn't even write it down but it's sad like kind of there is that. kind of girl white girl with the white hair who's kind of groupies trying to or she wants to saying she's trying to get in there but they kind of dismiss her as a character pretty quickly. and. Then fourth was the woman who plays Prince's mom. Now I can't think of as Olga somebody. Coming in third position. APPALACHIA. Oh Jeez on the. We go. Yeah. And then. Number two. Or Two points. Prince Right now. L. Shenanigans is going on, rented it who directed or Oh that's a good question directed by. What's that guy's name? Videos. Taught Guy who went on to direct a ton of movies I. Think he only directed instance follow up movie, and then that was the. Say Greg Noli or something like that. Anyway. Those gentleman who played prince's father. is abusive father. So we know where where his character against from. and. He was the star of a TV show in the seventies called the MoD squad. Oh Yeah and his name is Clarence Williams the third I see. Number One, I have no idea why? I don't even think he's alive. My God how he beat Prince. Movie We, Know Dad. Know. Continually. Beating them even now these. Let let up I mean maybe maybe he's alive I. Take that back. He must be must be something or Yeah. There must be some recent project. I I have no idea how he managed to pull it off but good for him. We have a really tight game here except for Steve. Met has five points. Mike has three and Steve has one. But fast. Five Vin Diesel. I think you get to go first this round though Steve. Exciting. I Clarence Williams a third is still alive. Thank goodness. Oh, good. That was a close one. Might as well. See what is most recent credit is right. filmography larence. Hundred, ten things these acted in. And the last thing he did was in two thousand, eighteen, a movie called American nightmares. Yeah. Is. It pulled him out of retirement for and against. The film. Steve. Is the lost boys great. which are remaking that I believe right in the work think that's-that's talk is that they're going to. Try to do it again. Good luck that's a classic. It's classic in terms of like. The tone of it and the visuals and stuff. I guess it's kind of scary in parts, but it could somebody could make a new one that. Allie. Takes it in a different way. Yeah. I feel like it doesn't hold up super. Well, it's it's very and very dated. Yeah you're right. It has a distinctive style to at Joel Schumacher style but But it's a it's Kinda corny. Yeah and he really didn't do Corey Haim any favors by decorating. Blow blow poster God. Did because rob lowe started in his previous movies sales fire. But it's a picture of rob. Lowe lifting shirt up like why would a twelve year old boy or what is Supposed to be, why would he have? Weird. Although on the other hand though he is a weird kid. Yeah well, I think it's Like Joel Schumacher definitely wanted to get a little bit of like in the eighties, you couldn't just make a movie about gay vampires, but he wanted to their some McKay vibes to the movies. So he just anything like the dude playing the saxophone on. Oiled up. It was just a little bit of Homo eroticism sprinkled on top of this standard Hollywood. A. That being said. What do you think Steve? WHO IS NUMBER ONE? God, for me, it's between two people. Between two people and this is based on Algorithm. So this is probably like what's current I like to think that. Williams and third hasn't been. Two years. So, I'll go with Kiefer Sutherland. The fugitive. That's right. Weirdly surprised that he will he's not the fugitive he's the guy chasing. The fugitive. Yes. which makes sense it makes perfect sense. But but I'm just sort of like why keep her? The guy's been wrongly accused. You seem like you're better than that than. You know what I mean Jack Bauer was about chasing wrongly accused. Tradespeople. People nobody knew was guilty. For even knew existed. What do you think? that. Yeah I keep her Sutherland seems like the obvious choice I'm trying to think if there's somebody in a small part. I can't remember any of the actresses like who I know there were. Tune my first first teenage crushes. o-. Okay. But you're not going with that. So you know the name, but you're not you're is it Jennifer Connelly in that many? No. Okay. We're. Crushing Jason Patric. Back Nope it was Roblo. Even the poster. Performances as that poster and the post also is is on the inside of the closet door, right? Here it's really wild. Yeah. Okay. So I think honestly, I was thinking Kiefer. Sutherland And I don't think Jason Patrick's done much recently. So I I feel like I can rule him out but then I kind of weirdly feel like this could be A trick question and that maybe. The Living Cory Cory Feldman. Might be might actually be Algorithm Mickley. The most relevant person in this moment, but I don't know why he would be. I'm just I'M GONNA. Say Feldman. Interesting labeled the living. Okay. So, Mike, you've heard yeah, man talk. I'm not good at this kind of stuff some I'm going to save money, which means I'm going to answer in the least interesting way. Possible. Also say Kiefer Sutherland. Okay. Let's see what does it tell you? My second would have been who was that Diane Waste? She's so good. She's still working lot. She's Yeah she's and she also for a while like remember on one of the law and order shows she had gained a lot of weight and now she's not she's Back Down to I was going to say normal but that's not that's not fair. Steve, who was your crush? Was Jamie Jamie. Gertz Jamie Gertz. Okay. Kurtz was the lost girl right we. Corey Games. A single mom try to make it work. but then she starts dating a vampire. Tales oldest time. By Gay Never Six Bill S Preston Esquires is in the movie. Alex Winter. That is correct. Yeah. That's right. Yeah. Now, there's a lot to choose from was the complicated one. Good. Answer though because of the new bill and Ted movie that he might be that the top answer. Too Bad thinking of all this now. I. Forgot he was in it and he's right on the poster. That's the you know the picture that poster and he's not. Two out of three of the people driving home from jeopardy. The one winner coming in at number six is the Mr Corey. Feldman Damn it all the way number six number five is Jason Patric. And then in a stunning turn at only four keefer south. Out of here, it's going to be. A number three's corey hayme. which is impressive because he's not with us full while. Number to the aforementioned Alex Winter. WHO barely speaks in las boys as I remember it. And Number One. Jamie Gertz. ooh. Wow I am doing. One Jamie wants doing right now to get number one spot show TV showers up. Thanks she must be. I did a movie with her Jeff Garland movie that that she was in. was that was like five years ago? Okay. So that maybe it's Just now catching on. Your Stars Arising Steve. You called the Dealing with idiots it was about a little little league parents. Oh I was hoping it took place in the casino. Dealing. With that means it map dome APPS are winner Oh? Hey. Wow. You did. Yeah. You took it down. It's great to have you back last minute edition. And and you one thing do you have anything that? You like to promote. what's funny. His two things I've been recently doing in in quarantine. I've been watching Superstore, which features Steve AG. So been enjoying Steve on that show a lot and I just started listening to open MIC Eagles podcast. What had happened was, which is about the great rap producer, Prince Paul. So check out those two things before those guys even get to. that. Well, that's just lovely. Shitty. I mean at checkout never not funny if you want to listen to a different comedy podcast when you're done with this one but But yeah. This one I finish this when it's almost over your close. So close to being done with it But yeah, not funny wherever get podcasts and then and then check out Mike's podcasts if you like ninety hop because it's great and and superstores super entertained my whole family I'm watching it with my kids and they love it. So Yeah Nice. Go. Blew it all and superstore they do actually. Yeah. It kind of goes over their heads I guess we save fuck a lot and they bleep bleep it. They really do. It's crazy I. Know I. Love that I love that they do that. but yeah, it's and there's there's definitely adult themes and topics but But there's there's one episode where there's like some just be very open abortion jokes flying around and I was like, okay this is cool. I get to explain to my eight year old son abortion is now. But he didn't ask you I think he just decided I'll figure that out later. Maybe what's a good portion? Well thank you matt. Open Mike Eagle. The new album is called three word. Second word and divorced getting closer to learning it. That's good. Man Third Time's a charm maybe animate trauma and divorce October sixteenth that'll be an all of the music things. Lobley. Of course. Steve. Ag Star Superstore. Alec Guinness of the next. Suicide Squad. Number talking multiple roles. What else anything else? No I think that's it. I. Mean Superstore actually starts up again in a couple of weeks. I'm scheduled to do a few more. So keep an eye out for that and then Squad next August. So they're like. Do some safe shooting that show somehow they are every from everything I've heard it sounds like. Really really safe. So it doesn't mean I'm not really fucking nervous but Yeah. It's GonNa be weird because it's GonNa like. Sets are already kind of you know tense because everybody's trying to. Work or whatever, and then have this on top tab that extra concern on top of it. Seems like a Bummer, but at least at least people will be working and. Making that show that that Mac and watch with his family despite all the bombs. Family fuck bombs exactly. I'm doing my first Internet standup headliner show and meet and greet at rush ticks dot COM X. Rush ticks dot com. To get your tickets. It's on Saturday October third at four twenty acidic time on special guests. It'll be fine. Speaking of special gas thank you. One more time to open Mike Eagle Steve AG and Casper Van Dien. I wanted to say the last line from I've been closing with last lines for movies and I want to say the last line from a starship troopers to end the show but it's so hard to find sometimes what the last line of the movie is just by asking the Internet. but I think it goes like this ready with the end theme Matt I am indeed. All right. I think it goes like this. We need you all service guarantees citizenship. Now. It's time. Viewing was made. Room. For you.

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Would You Let Your Annoying Cousin Crash Christmas? WITH GUEST MARY SOHN

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Would You Let Your Annoying Cousin Crash Christmas? WITH GUEST MARY SOHN

"Hey it's matt maher here. Aka matty and poodle aka jake anthony and we host the podcast. Ninety day gays huddle. I'm excited because christmas is here. Aren't you excited bah humbug. What's so great about christmas. I'm just going to get another boring straight looking sweater for my aunt. Jane well poodles scrooge. You tell your aunt. Jane get you best christmas ever on. Amc plus you will love it. Oh wow they got all my favorites elf. National lampoon's christmas vacation the year without a santa claus. And y'all amc pluses available on all your devices. Celebrate the best christmas ever anytime anywhere. Sign up today to amc plus dot com. Amc plus only the good stuff production. Would i kill my own baby to save village. I go back in time. And kill you what i take the promotion at work with strings attached. I eat muffins for the rest of my life. If it meant. I didn't have to go to. Would i have satan's child. Hello everyone is welcome to the each week we discussed new ethical questions ranging from historical decisions to relationship problems to brain busting moral choices. The questions can be complicated to discuss. But they're always fun to talk about because they force you to look deep deep deep with inside yourself. Will you like what you see. Mary known absolutely that confidence. That misplaced confidence swing way to start out the podcast with such sort of vigor. Well there's only one place to go and that is down. Oh i like to stroud our listeners. Know mary i mean i think everyone who listens to this. Podcast already knows who marry as but if you don't she's an actor. She's a comedian. She's a podcast stor and she's on the hit show superstore. Is that right. That's right right over. Overfull you have you done a guest star on superstore have not and that makes me feel very bad because it feels like everyone has well not everyone. You're looking at two other gals haven't even been colt. I think my superstar was in my head is because i just saw steve or someone steve ag superstar. And i just. I think they're ending right. Or is it a bio that they could both be ending. It's all ending. Well my apologies. When you said steve was like does she think. I look like steve. A yoki the demon worship. Well she is a big steve aoki's head and it's a huge compliment for me to say that you remind me of him so much and i know that. Don't i know it so mary. Thank you so much for coming on the show. This is we've been wanting to have you on for a very long time. Just you know and we just didn't get it was always like we have mary on this season. And then just the email number got sent and then all of a sudden it did get sent in here. You are and i have to say it may have been sent. I i feel like we have asked you before my wrong. No you definitely have. The timing was wrong. The time was right but the buildup is now overwhelming. People have been waiting for this so mary do. You have any little moral dilemmas that you need help with because we would love to help you kind of get to the bottom of something. That's plaguing your mind. yeah. I think. I've actually had a whole bunch of i got a couple if that's alright and maybe just hop off quake. Let's go get popcorn moral days. So this buttery one is. it's around. I got off of social media. That's not what this is about. But i have turned heavily to addiction to words with friends and a lot of times. They're i'm playing a lot of elders. But then i got a lot of young kid energy off of cia eleven and at one point. You're allowed to push like a sticker. You can step send a sticker so he played a pretty good move and then blast me with an emoji. That has like hands clapping into tears. Cry kind of like a. I got your bitch type of situation. Yeah yeah and i was like you know what i'm just going to beat him. And that's going to be enough. And that's all right that the proofs in the voting right and then day went by was like i should have said something. I should have set sticker back when i was done. Annihilating his ass. You know what i'm in. And what sticker would you have sent. Just because i'm trying to think of what your options may have been right nothing as retaliatory as a clapping laughing right. Maybe a thumbs up. Maybe like a really hard hitting thumbs up like how now yeah enough said that a scary just because of how subtle. It is terrifying. I have a quick question. Mary are you. Is this someone you know in real life or this is a stranger. You're engaging stranger of okay. I see so you're saying you have done it or was it best to have not let me ask this now as well. Are you playing a new game with chacho. One three four. What's his name one chacho. No i'm not and i almost wish. Wow is it i am. I am a grown woman. Lend me behave i. Because you didn't like what cha-cha was bringing out of you personally right right. His name's cha-cha and he's the best damn words with friends player. This what is it. What is her name greece member. She's like my name's jessica. And i'm the best dancer you guys know what i'm talking about. Oh yeah and she does her best work back. Oh god that would be a good. Come back to cha-cha. I hear you do your best work on your back but amanda mary cha-cha she thinks a young boy. Why not a hard hitting slam for him to. Yes doug no. I think it's best to you know. I don't think that you need to worry. You need to put any more weight on this than you already have. And it's actually maybe a little shocking. The amount of weight that you've put on so far of like youth you beat cha-cha one one you know when that's all cha-cha when one has to. He's the one with egg on his face. he's the one that say you the emoji and then got tripped and foul. You're eating his lunch. You're eating his lungs. And i was like well. Okay you are. But i think sometimes also the greatest sort of comeback is silence well or just single thumbs and then silence and then you talk about it on a podcast. Yes what if he listens does imagine. Wow chacho one one. If you're out there. Mary's coming for you but i understand the The the the addiction to games like words with friends you know. I a lot of spider solitaire. I don't know if you've gotten into spider solitaire. It's different kinds of solitaire. Play it alone. You play it alone. That's the same. Yeah that's the same thing that outta here but it is. It's it's you have two different. You have to get everything in the same suit so it's not like Black red black red. It's like everything has to be in the same suit. I don't know how to explain it to you. Just have to play. But it's a lot of fund. Okay it's a brain game. I don't have any games that i'm currently playing so i'm gonna i'm gonna get back on the train. 'cause i think that's good for your brain and then words of friends and i want to try spider solitaire but mary other dilemmas. Because you said you had an entire diary filled with about chacho one one. I'm not other times says well. That's another thing. There's so many. Weirdoes that send messages that like. I don't know when i wanted to see everyone's curious. They wanted to this. But it can show that you've seen it and so they're like why don't you respond and like kind of calling me out in a way that i'm like. Hey friend i came here for words with friends. Not the yeah. I came here for the words. Not the friends they you. I did not come here for friends. The other one was this one on. I'm somebody who does not like to have desire someone else. Like i don't let or i don't want to have to need that from someone else but my therapist let me know that that is human to want to be desired human. So if that is true would could you be flattered by someone desiring you that you detest yes. Cord be absolutely flattered in some ways. That's the best case scenario and sometimes those are the only people who desire you from my experience. What all the movies are written. That's what all the great movie love stories are all about. Oh no the. I detest you and then but maybe i love you. You're talking about that sort of detest. That's like i detest you so much. I wanna like grab you and kiss you. Well right is that now. Is that the kind of testing. You're talking about mary. You're talking about like a visceral like discussed like this person is a big game hunter. They're racist desiring. You like where are you meeting with that were there like desiring you the lurk among us maria what do you mean i just i. I have a bunch of questions here one okay. I'm i'm asking for myself. How do you know when someone desires you. And and and that's my big question. Yeah like so okay. So i mean it could be the way they look at you. It could be the vulgar things they whisper in your ear but are you talking about like ap bio fans kinda like slide in cheered em's and they're like hey like. I'm a bit with my big elephant. That i hunted. Do you want to like. Do you wanna chill sometime or you saying these are people in your life that are like hey mary like i know you you know yelled at me for my elephant. I think that we a lot in common. I realized i really misled this conversation. In a way. I i posed the question as if i related to it. I understand how you feel like. It's more because in my head you literally asked. There's a big game hunter. Who's after me. And i don't know what to do. That's literally it makes it sound like they're trying to shooter guys. This is why. I've come on the podcast. I'm endangered jimmy. Johns is on my ass. His debut jumanji. She's like these like the saw hunter guys after. I gotta catch me. Mary mall just hanging above. Someone's bed but i think your therapist is right there because sometimes we are conditioned. I think as women to think that like if someone desires us. It's like we've done something wrong. But i think it's okay because and also you feel gross like some like nasty person desires you. You can sometimes feel like you. It's i like that. I'm grows but i think it's actually i mean it's okay 'cause you should just let it go to your head. Yeah i mean you can't help. Who loves you right. You damn right and why block it help. Who desires you. I mean i guess yeah it can get a little iffy if you're thinking well what kind of people are be are attracted to me. Why is the certain person attracted to me but you know i don't know i know i have no. I have no thoughts on this. Actually it's very far like i. Desire is such a foreign word yeah. I don't really know why. I danielle steele that either. It does sound like a very mature woman's worth tire me. But are you saying like maria. And mary like you guys are like sort of like lurch like collecting over people on the internet and stuff are like are your. What do you mean well like. You don't have sort of like certain people that year like you desire. Saw no not even like fictional characters that i follow on instagram. No i mean prince eric. Yeah actually prints. Eric was. I really thought he was hot. When i was. I'm eric from the little mermaid mermaid okay. Pardon me part of some royal family. I didn't know about me. Is this part of a royal family. Did you like his hair for me. It was more at the time. It was the dark hair and light eyes. But then i later came to not trust. People with men with dark hair and light is why what happened. This thing interesting. Well a psychic told me not to trust him with dark hair and light eyes and did you encounter any girl man. no actually. I think it's kind of a rare. It's rare that's a rare combo into have like hair and bright like like glassy. Ice is like glassy. Blue ice is yeah that is. that's scary. This may be controversial. But leonardo di caprio in what's eating gilbert grape. What's eating this is definitely controversial. Yeah i don't wanna get out of trouble here but and you know who he probably reminds you of is chacho. That was definitely chacho. One one vives sat in the tub for too long got. Is that what happened. Yeah i can't believe. I said what's eating gilbert grape. Well this is good. You guys well. I'm glad we all have desire. I liked prince. Eric because i like to think of him with that open churton linen white billow in like a summer wedding. We're just like foregone the tied. But he's got a nice open chest and a linen suit. He did look good buttoned up. And you know. I'm not a prince. Eric like stan. I'm gonna just put that out there right now. Like i'm not you know. I kind of put that out there but i'm not like an erica. But when he was buttoned up at the end for his wedding he looked very good. He looked very put together. There is a trope Going back and thinking about all the sort of Objects of my desire growing up. When i was coming of age like almost all of them were young men in open peasant blouses. Do my god likened hocus pocus like you probably were like factory factory thing. And then there's there's hocus-pocus and then devon saw in casper and then the disney princess a lot of times that look and then of course there's like interview with the vampire. Ashore does the same sort of men with sort of long hair in frilly blouse. It did you like the prairie far and away. Five different blouse. I i think i've seen either. That's nicole in tom rain. Oh really fun. Oh i've got to watch this. Your screen just got bright like you saw heaven now from just quickly google that movie and what i'm seeing is nicole in a peasants blouse And she actually is more my type in this movie. Maybe because she's got that long hair you like that. I love nicole kidman. I really think she's so beautiful. Wow breaking news. Mary thank you for bringing in those little big ones. They're really you know something gives us something to chew on. And now we like to ask our guests to help us ask our listeners to rate and review and join our patriotic because they're tired of listening to us say it over and over again so if you wouldn't mind just in your own words taking a moment to sort of demand from our listeners that they review and check out our patriotic what are you doing. You're just sitting on the couch anyways. Go check out. The big ones support the patriot on like and subscribe over here on apple. Podcasts what are you doing. Get right was any of that right okay. So what we're gonna do. We're gonna take a quick break when we come back. We're going to get to our big one and we're going to see if we can get to the bottom of a big moral dilemma. Is john grills from the creepy podcast with breast christmas ever on. 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You've got it all a tree lights and even a bonus check on the way to pay for a new swimming pool. You're shocked when your wife's redneck cousin. Eddie shows up in his rv with his wife. Two kids and a rottweiler named snot any has lost his job is broke in his living in his rv. Should you light your cousin in law crash chris smith or do you put boundaries and. Send him packing. Wow this is a good one. It's this is from the hit. Movie national lampoon christmas vacation. It's a classic. You're over here being a hot dad just trying to spend christmas with your family. Yeah and here comes. Your junkie brother will often. It's it's not even like you know cousin-in-law a part that's the part that really gets ya but then again you know you do think they just showed up. There wasn't a phone call where it was like. Hey we're thinking about. Maybe they just showed up there on your front lawn. You turn away. I know it's super off the bat. Just before we get into the psychology behind all of this. Where are we at like. What's your first instinct. Oh i want immediately say there's a place called hotels dot com. You look on hotels dot com and find yourself a room interesting see. I'm under the impression that you just you. Just say okay. Especially because they're they've got their. Rv there I mean is. Are we still having that. They're going to sleep out in their rv. Yes but you know them right. These people are takers they are like no boundaries emotional vampires like they're going to be they all be the type of people that all the attention is going to be wrapped around them the week that they're they're right i think for me off the bat old amanda is like yes you can stay here like and i do pardon me does still feel this way that especially around holidays it's you've got to have the more the merrier sort of mentality but it's also like you know it's my christmas too i'm gonna make you a shirt that says that i i was youtube damn it it just says you know what on the front but it's so long in the back so it's really space yeah it's the seven up your shirt except member those commercials seven it was there was seven make seven up yours so then on the front of the shirt it said make seven and then on the back it says up yours up yours do you get it yeah thank you for asking. I want to make sure. Because i didn't get it for a long time. Honestly i didn't get why everyone thought it was so funny that it said up make seven up yours so you didn't know that up yours was sort of a non time or at the time well Innocent shoes innocent child. Well that's just really make me flesh to the coed naked shirts over being really What's that amber those years. The coed naked shirts. Okay that might have been a regional thing. Look for look it up. What region are you. Typing coed naked. I'm not gonna like i or maybe you will. You need to tap into that desire. It's just asking you to receive. I truly am shocked that you guys don't want you from again mary. I'm from champaign illinois. Oh my god so. I'm seeing coed naked beach volleyball. Sure it's twice as grand. Is that when you're talking about what i'm talking about. I'm just so surprised that kids at your school didn't wear those are they. Can you explain what these are. Yeah they're like novelty tease where there's like different sports over tennis. It'd be like cola dated tennis and then it'd be like it's in it's out it's over. I get it okay. So these are funny guys. Just funny guys for sure y'all's with bikinis on but i don't understand in the sand. It's twice as gran. What does that mean that. What what sexy about that. Like you have sex in the sand. And it's twice as grant. Because i don't know my right. I'm i'm don't pick up on a lot. I don't know how it could be interpreted a a different way right. I think so. This is co ed naked gulf. Never up never in and then coetzee could basketball get wicked lucky and score. Oh i like that was really too on the nose to make firefighting a hose. Get some wet. That's a bit on the no sats on the nose even for me co ed naked cheerleading. A good cheer will arouse the crowd Okay coed naked nursing your but is ours like that one. What does that mean. No don't go with naked nursing your but is ours is nursing. cohen. Nick and lacrosse rough. Tough in in the buff okay. That's not that fun that nurse when we really spoke to you. Maria highlight that one. You're but is ours. Well maybe santa will leave your co ed. A naked shirt on to me while. Thank you for opening my eyes to this. Wow i feel like edgy gal that you guys just met yeah mary. She's just one of those girls that wears the coed naked shirts. She's trouble just to get back to the dilemma. Now how are everyone's boundaries. Bad question why do you say that maria. Well i just. I'm i'm a people pleaser to ever feel out of place. I don't like anyone to feel like. I always want someone to be a good time. Always you know i'm someone that's constantly going like. Oh let's make sure. I'm very aware of people's like the energies people are are putting out there and so like if i pick up on something i very much want to make it okay for them and so that's kind of like i won't enjoy myself unless everyone else's enjoying themselves and so in order to do that i really i you know. I'll make sure. I'll put everyone else before me and i'm not talking about like day to day because a man is going to say. Well that's not true. You're selfish but listen. I was not going to say that thinking it but that's different from saying it but what i'm saying is it's like if someone were to show up at my door. I couldn't turn them away. It would be very hard for me to turn them away. Because i wouldn't want them to feel bad. I wanna i wanna ask if this resonates with you. I definitely feel that sometimes like on a group zoom with mixed company. If i notice somebody feels maybe a little left out. Or maybe they don't immediately. I'm like ask them a question. Exactly exactly yeah but also because we have been conditioned to do that. We are the ones that need to take the temperature. We are the one to like change. It include everyone is like what is it. Just our responsibility though. 'cause we're bonnet because it's like if you pick up on it then don't have the responsibility to then change it for the better. No that's the thing and maybe our therapists will tell us this linda. It's not not our ability. I actually just had this epiphany the other day. Because i was thinking about this transition hopefully knock on wood once we get the vaccine. Soon like we're going to have to start socializing again. And i was like kind of nervous about that just because i feel like i'm going to be rusty and there's been so conditioned like not going out and seeing people so i was like a little bit nervous but i thought like. Wow maybe i really tried to put like my own social enjoyment. I and that would probably end up making everyone have more fun because people i think can also sense when you're anxious about them having fun and it's not always good right point good point. What does that look like to you though. Amanda putting yourself. I in a social situation. Well maybe just like talking about what i feel like talking about and not worrying if people find it interesting. There's going to be a lot of you whole going. Clink clink clink clink. Everybody yeah. I have something to tell you. I watched a new movie. And everyone's like but honestly why not. Why don't you like that better than me. Trying to ask you about your pet turtle for forty five minutes. I did want i did. I sat next to the sky once and talked for like an hour about like i was asking him all these questions about the tiles pets and he didn't like it either four. That's the question. mary's it's like he's his eyes. Were darting around. Like how fast can i get out of this conversation. I have a follow up to just a follow up by jason. I have somebody in my life. actually. I think there's a lot of people in my life that really vent a lot to me and though i really like it feels very connective. I'm a safe place for them to do it. I feel like. I'm very sensitive to at these days that i cannot engage the way i used to wear a that sort of boundary lists taking in your like a receptacle for that venom or raw emotion. I can't match it right. Especially if i'm not super tight with that person it feels like big ask. I'm so with you on that. I feel like that's something you of grow out of. At a certain point. I feel like this whole quarantine. Experience has kind of expedited that because we're also like at our brink like we're already so like at capacity that having to deal with someone else's like drama when they're not like family or best friend is a lot thank you it is so shall we do a quick impromptu. Kinda saying how we would handle the situation if forced if if this was thrust upon us maybe we could practice like putting up a boundary with cousin. eddie okay. can i play cousin eddy. Yeah why don't you play cousin eddy. And then maybe mary and i can be like husband and wife. So do you feel you. Connect north clark or with his wife clark but you know maybe little change will change. Here's hark i love it. You are clark and i your little wife okay. All right so this is seen you just you come out and you see that i'm on your lawn. Okay oh hey sorry. I'm so sorry. I and seen early blasted off. No it was my fault. I should've i should've that. We were often running. But i didn't. I had to put up. I had to put up a gate. I'm so sorry. I put up a gate and then i opened the gate. All right. it's not gonna be the same. I'll tell you that much. She came there with a her action. All i know. I know action literally crying on. Start touching on something for me. Y'all it's me your cousin eddy. Oh eddie what did you. You didn't tell your coming well. We were driving down the five and we just thought we'd stop by. We said it's two days till christmas. My god why. Can't i just be with my family on christmas. And you know the kids are in love with you. Got the biggest house they here. They think it's just the best. Oh well are you. Are i think that would be just great. Thanks for asking are you. Where's the camping ground that year saying. Well that's so funny you to ask you're going to stay. We were thinking that because you've got such a big driveway here that we would just camp out right here in the driveway. I mean you got so much space here. I'm this is buckingham palace. As far as we're concerned you know it. It's really a busy time of year when no it. Can you believe you know. I just lost my job thirty here. That i know i know. But it's times like these when you really need family when you really need family by your side honey. What do you think so well. You know i'm here with my little wife and of course we want to share time with you. What we look do is meet up with me for lunch and then after we have our cold cut lunch. We we're going to have to spend on your way because we decided to keep the christmas small this year. But you're in your in laws in the window over there. And i i understand you know th this is. This is christmas and we'll just driving by and you know i don't understand we're just going to be out here in the driveway. Is such a full house. Eddie and you know to be honest. Your you and your family are a lot see. And you know we and and you and we'd love to have you some other time Why don't you call my assistant and wanna you tell her. When is good for you all because last time i checked family is family in family's supposed to be there for one. Another kid crying eddie. I know it's been really tough. And we want to be here for you and we also know that our bandwidth is pretty low right now so even if we were to have you me are not in a place where we could even be enjoyable. You bullshit your liars year liars. You know true eddie. Don't take personally we it's not you. You're one dirty. Want to go for christmas. Where do you want to go. How about a camping spot. And we'll pay for the fee for you to say so. Are we not allowed to see you on christmas. And then we'd love to come to you. Want christmas for two hours. All right and so hitting very well ten times. See you for a lifetime sometimes boundaries. Like you're an asshole. But i don't know what else do you do. I don't think you turn. You can turn them away. I don't think you can turn them away now. I get you can. But i'm talking about me. I don't think i can turn them away. I can i say you have to go find another campground because we don't you know we need our space but we will. You can definitely come here on christmas. Okay and can i ask you would you set boundaries before they came for that exchange. What do you mean. So if you're kind of bargaining like We'd love to have you come christmas day and here are a few rules of all right. I mean but why can't they just come for like a cup in and this is a problem with me. i understand that. But why can't they just you know because you're afraid that next year they're going to do the same thing. I think it's also like yeah. You're setting a precedent. But it's also like they're like i was saying like they're a lot and so if you're looking forward to a peaceful christmas and this is how i am too with holidays. I really am like oh. We're going to see all the family like anyone can come like i. That's the one time i really am. I'm bad at boundaries to trying to get better but like they're just going to suck all they're gonna make it hard. They're always bring drama with them. You know like family. They are so. I think for me. It's like also to be honest. They're being really rude because they're showing up here and they know what they're doing. That's the other thing because they're purposefully manipulating you. Because if they really wanted to come they could have called ahead of time and checked in with you but they did it and there's a reason why they did it. It's not because they're ignorant or anything it's because they know they're manipulating you to get what they want. But what about the kids there with the french. This is the wrench. Yeah because the kids are there in. It's like they see the house all in lights. And oh my gosh. This is beautiful and they they don't they. Don't get to spend christmas christmases like this. Then you just turn them away to prove a point. I get that they're being used as manipulation tools. Maria you are really cutting to the core. This feels like who could turn them away. No you can't. I don't think you can with the kids there. You can't and you can. You can pull the cousin aside and say you know. You can't be doing this. But i think that you can't do that to the kids because the parents put them in that position where you have to be the bigger person and say okay. Well let's not ruin these kids christmas. Yeah i agree. I think now that you through the kids and there. I wasn't thinking about that. And this is what comes up in the movie to the sweet little kids. And so i think you go you have to be a a communicator. And you have to say. Listen i've got to be honest. I'm a little bit upset that you just showed up here. And i feel put on the spot and i don't like that i'm gonna let you stay this time and we'll have a great christmas but this cannot happen again and i would never say this anyone but i'm pretending i would. Maybe i will one day and if it does you can't stay here and wouldn't it be nice if i could say things like that to people. And what if they showed up the next year. Then i'd say the same thing again. I think that's the perfect way to handle it. Honestly i mean you just with the kids there. That's what you would have to do. Well can i ask you this. So i learned that in order for a kid to feel safe and comfortable and loved at home like i just wanted to a quiz. How many minutes a day do you think that if you spend meaningful time one on one present time with a kid that that effect would last the full day. Ten minutes Meaningful time they would last the whole day in our great guesses. It's five minutes. You're kidding it's five minutes. I was blown away by that. And i was like. Oh i is there a way to spend meaningful time with those children without it looking like they have to stay at the house so now. Mary has scaled it back from lunch to five minutes of quality time. I'm a rambler so like if a parent is kinda like you know so apparent could be doing their own thing all day and then just for five minutes. They could sit with a kid and be like. Oh what are these stickers. You've got here you know. And then then they that would be enough. That's what the study show and that like that full engagement of the five minutes. I contact holding each other. That sort of contact is so much more impactful than like these having gauged hour long sessions with each other interesting like we're going to the play ground but i'm going to be on my phone right and they know you know what i mean. Yeah that makes a lot of sense. I think that's a good point And maybe you kind of site that study to eddie. And he'd get it that would that what would hit him. He'd go okay all right now. I get it. We're all going to be in the camper for five minutes. All get you all pilots camper and you all hug for five minutes. That's i don't know why other inlaws to everyone's their social. We do our final answers and i gotta be honest. I want you ladies to go first. Because i'm still thinking about this but like what are we letting eddie stay or not. I'm letting eddie stay. I'm but i'm giving a firm worded. I'm saying you know you can't stay in the part. You can't stay in in the driveway. You gotta go to the place the campground and then you can come on christmas. And then i'm also saying the thing of and you know you can't show up here announced but we like you said a man but we are going to have a nice christmas this year. But god help you if this happens again as god is my witness. This will not stand another year okay. I think i know what i'm gonna do. I'm gonna say you can stay for three days and then you gotta go to the campground but on the other not staying for three days staying for two weeks and you're never going to get rid of them maria. That's for you to what if these for two weeks and you're not gonna get rid of them. They can still stay though. Well i'm because i'm setting up. I'm not well you're right. You're right you're right. You're being a pushover. I know so. Mary what's your. What's your final decision. Yeah it's heartbreaking because there are children involved. But i'm going to wrap them up a real nice meal to heat up in the camper. I'll get. I'm talking about every appetizers full course things lots of like dry snacks. I'm like this is so cool of you. I you know what. I want to be inspired by mary to. I want to say sorry uncle eddie scam. I'm not responsible for your family's happy. Christmas is it for am i. is that bad. i don't know. I don't know it's hard because it's christmas. Yeah you're lucky. Thing is even if you did create a boundary and that feels so excited to have accomplished it just like never feels good and the person on the other side really often doesn't take it well so especially when there may be. I don't know what On eddie really has going on with him. But i think he might be some sort of like narcissist and you are also a narcissist. I think has clippers. Fault also seems like a narcisse. You're right i think so. It's kind of lose lose for everyone right. It's just the children who get the short end of the stick all the children but give one wins. Smiley face clapping. Okay an anti just last minute. I know we have to move onto the deer. Big i wanna last minute. Say i'm going to let them stay okay. I chickened out but if they come they come back again. God help them. We struggle okay so now. This is the time where we read a deer. Big which is a letter that comes in from one of our listeners. Okay guys. I have this moral dilemma with my now husband for. I have had this moral dilemma with my now husband for over a year. And i'm hoping you can assist. We are huge fans of the show outlander and we constantly bicker about the main character. Claire supposedly cheating on her husband. Frank whom she was married to the nineteen forties with a character. Hot jamie in the seventeen hundreds essentially if you time travel especially inadvertently is it still considered cheating to get an another relationship even if it is a strategic. Move to save your life. Can you technically have two different husbands in two different timelines and consider it moral. I say it isn't cheating. Given her circumstances my husband feels differently. It would act differently in her shoes. And i'm curious to know your thoughts help also with your podcast so glad. My love britney spears. We need to talk about britney letter to the alarmist letter to the web crawlers led her to the big ones. While someone got me to you guys that is that is so great. I love that. excuse me trajectory. Wow i gotta watch outlander. I wanna talk about desire. I hear that's like very erotic desire. How desire on design. And in. What way i just think it's kind of written for women although i think there's a lot of like Excuse me but gang rape scenes and stuff but it's all like that and that's for the women. No that's i don't know this is just the two things i've heard about outlander. Is that like women. Love it because it's kind of has like romance novel vibes and that there's also pardon me gangrene. Wow they're just straight are. There is not things that imply the just really is i. I'm sure it's i'm hoping it's like. pg thirteen. I don't know but this is fascinating. Dilemma i actually feel like we could do this for a whole episode lotion. I give my man. Well no i think we can maybe touch on it and then you use it for a full episode down the line if we think there's more to discuss but to me if you're time travelling there's so much going on. I don't really consider that cheating. I think it's i think it's cheating. Oh we'll don't think like if you're still you and you're still going back to your husband or whatever then you still have had this experience where you've cheated on. Your husband wasn't also get them out of sticky situations. Well according to her. She's saying this is it's a strategic move to save your life. I think is it. That's because then her husband is saying he would he would handle it differently. I mean it seems like it's like oh i could do this and then you know. Hey let me have my cake and eat it too into you. Know what if what is the partners. All agreed that it was okay. Yeah then that's cool but it's just you know you don't if someone's going. Hey i'm going to go back to the seventeen hundreds and you know they're seeing some guy there. You're going to be jealous right right. Amanda yes horace. But i'm also thinking like there's so much going on here and i'm not sure the infidelity is really the biggest concern like what is course time. Travel's the biggest concern well. This is what i'm saying. I think it's hard to really. I guess yes. This is the thing. If i had a time machine me. Amanda and i was like taking it to seventeen hundred the seventeen hundreds and like you know the blouse in the blouse boys that is cheating. That is wrong. Like there's no difference between Emmy like wandering to the local dive bar and bringing home. You know a blouse boy of lousy boy. But if i'm on some time travelling adventure one thing leads to another. It reminds me of the dilemma. We did where you're trapped on an island with another person and you don't think you're ever going to be rescued. And what did you guys say. Then then we should wait a year and then you're good to go when it was. I have a quick that goal. Follow up what about if the relationship wasn't sexual but it was really connective in a way that partners would be Well less the same people connected differently in the seventeen hundreds you know. I'm sure there's a lot more. I contact. talk by. Candlelight you know. The mead was flowing. And so i think there was a lot more. I that's hard because you you would see that you would have this connection You know it's best not to time travel if you're in a relationship thing tied travel pass twenty eight. That's so funny. I think that's really good advice. Because you gotta you know if you're gonna time travel you're gonna be tempted to cheat. Of course think of all think of you know because you won't you won't just fall in love with a person you'll fall in love with the idea of the person in the surrounding in this world in none of it's real. You know what i will say. Be careful because if you go back like pre penicillin and you get a venereal disease. You don't wanna come back and give that to your partner. Well that's absolutely true. Yeah thank you for thinking of that. Very concerned. I think i would have the hardest if it's like what if it wasn't even sexual but it was that they might partner had a giant crushed or really admired that person. I think that would be really difficult knowing like am. I not adding up as opposed to being like where two different people right. If it's like you know your partner goes back and falls in love with you. Know betsy. Ross or some you know someone someone of note and it like the yeah. There's this there's a woman that i saw what i went back and she was so up a store. You should see what she could do. I yes emotional affairs. I think are worse because then it's even like this the fact that they're not having sex has means they're fantasizing about it even more. Ooh you know. And i hate that idea of like someone like holding back. But they want to. But they're hold back. Don't hold back on my account. Hey you like better do no work it out like. I don't wanna know that you're thinking of doing me some favor by. Yeah let's say if you're having thoughts cut me loose nine to be here waiting for your ass. Yeah but to me in the context of what. I assume outlander is. It's sort of a loophole because that woman has so much going on. It's not it's too many secrets and she probably exit the marriage though. Yeah in kentucky control when she time travels or is it just kind of like a whole that she gets pulled into or something. Listen none of us have seen so we should not even go there. Okay but it is a show. I want to watch. It's just. I don't get a lot of alone time since quarantine head so i. I don't know what i'm going to get to it. You watch a lot of the same pros programs we we do. There's some middle ground that we agree on that we watch and there's a lot of overlap there but then it's kind of like you know the shows that the other person's not interested in you got to get in on your lunch break shorten and a second. Tv is kind of or a laptop in the bedroom his. Yeah we get to laptop in the bedroom. Of course. I don't wanna tv in the better. I'm scared i'm gonna be falling asleep every night like watching tv. Which i already do but on the couch at least yeah you know. It's like we don't really separate in the evenings to go watch separately. Yeah that's just not really heard of in my household that's fair. that's nice. Yeah that's not at all time for outlander you gotta get your own. Little accent creates space for you. I think so too. Maybe i'll start. We're waking up at five us. 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Here's Your New Diet - Happy Thanksgiving!

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Here's Your New Diet - Happy Thanksgiving!

"There's a new podcast app that delivers chilling crime stories straight to your mobile device everyday. They release a new episode that investigate the gruesome true acts of America's war Suo killers. And you can explore into the minds of psychopaths and murderers to get started finding download murder minute from the app store or visit murder minute dot com. That's M E R D R M. I N U T dot com to get your daily dose of true. Crime creeping delivered straight to your mobile device. Gouda show. Folks. It's your boy, Steve. Solo style. Once again. Chew. It's me solo, sir. No guests this week because I am still working. Still at superstore, obviously, I'll have next week off because thanksgiving. Hold on a second. Had. Fix my headphones. Yeah. Next week thanksgiving. I hope you will if you are in American celebrate thanksgiving happy thanksgiving. I think I'll still be able to get a podcast episode out. I'll record before thanksgiving. So shouldn't be a problem. I think I sound a little nasal e still. Up until about an hour ago. I thought it was sick. Last week. Some fires started in California. I'm not in any danger that are not super close to where I live. They're kind of more coastal and a little bit north. Probably, you know, by at least fifteen twenty miles. I would say the closest fire. Fire. Yeah. Probably twenty miles at the closest. The ones up in Calabasas. And they started I guess late Thursday night early Friday morning and holy shit. You guys the smoke. Even where I am. The the weather moves west te- east, and I'm a little south east of where the fires are an so. The wind is bringing all the the goddamn smoke and ashes. Don't where I am. It's a lot better today. But Saturday and Sunday and yesterday Monday, I'm recording this on Tuesday Saturday Sunday and Monday, especially Saturday and Sunday. Holy shit. It was so bad like the sky was. Brownish? It was like a Brown haze from the smoke when the sun said the whole sky was orange. It was crazy. But it also just smelled like smoke. And so my sinuses have been. Sneezing a lot and. Sniffling? I got the sniffle. You boy got this sniffles. But it was terrifying. I woke up. Friday Friday morning in when out to my car is just like. The smoke plume was so high in the air. It was terrifying. And then come to find out there's fire northern California as well. In the the ones down here were actually a couple of different fires, very close together. Who would go? Sorry. I'm also very tired because I got up like six this morning to work, and I just got home. But yeah, I had my friend's wedding this weekend, which was outdoors as a lot of weddings are but is outdoor sun Saturday and was probably the worst day for being outside around here. You could literally smell the smoke in the air and. Like anyone who was wearing black? You could literally literally see ashes falling onto their coats or dresses like I was sitting in my seat. My friend. Dave was sitting in front of me wearing a black jacket. The whole time. I could just see little specks of ash just floating down under his jacket. It was insane. So of course, my cough is no better this week. In fact, it's a little worse. I just I just did Netti pot a little while ago. Because today it was like, you know, when your sinuses. Get really dry. And they just sting like when you inhale air through your nose it just stings because it's so dry. I had that all day today. I couldn't wait to get home from shooting and. Do the old Netti pot? God bless than any pie. I did like an hour ago. And it's just now. Doesn't sting when I breathe anymore. Although I'm still a little nasal early. I thought I was sick. I was like, well, this is a it stings when I'm breathing. My throat's drives I'm coughing. I've just been working so much in in having really messed up power. So I'm probably sick. That's it. I'm sick. Did the Netti pot? I feel okay. No. I haven't really felt sick though. I'm I think I'm tired because of the hours I've been working and waking up and going to bed although that could definitely cause me to get sick. But I don't feel. You know, you don't you just feel sick and weak? I don't feel weak. I sound shitting my sinuses. Sound bad. I'm coughing. But that's because I'm inhaling tons of burnt houses and bushes and trees and. He's fires ridiculous. Juice ridiculous. Yeah. So I still have to go in and see the. The lung doctor the pulmonologist the pulmonary specialist could make an appointment this week because I'm working every day. Hopefully. Next week's thanksgiving Thursday. I know a lot of health care. Workers go out of town. It's it's a holiday be with your family, and you don't want to leave. You can't leave on Thursdays. You got to at least leave on Wednesday. So a lot of people just leave at the beginning of the week. So I'm hoping I can get in and see this person. Early next week like Monday or Tuesday. But if they're closed for the holidays have to wait another week. Dealing with this cough. And what else oh, I'm going to see. A trainer. Y'all. I am excited. I'm hiring a trainer. It's a guy who talked about this how I was nervous about seeing nutritionist. And starting a new diet. I'm now excited about it. I'm not bombed. I know it's going to be tough at first. But I've done it before. So it's not like. Like, I'm afraid of failing. I know I can do it. It's putting my mind to it and fucking doing it. Although maybe next week bad week start because things kidding. Here's you knew diet have happy thanksgiving. Title. Here's your new tie. It have a happy thanksgiving. Sorry, guys. It's ridiculous that I just write this stuff down in the middle of a recording. But. Is your new diet? Happy thanksgiving. But if I don't write it down. I. I will generally forget ninety percent of everything I talk about in this podcast right now. And and then you know, when I got upload it tomorrow for Starbucks audio for the the audio network that hosts this lovely podcasts that we've all been listening to they asked me for a description, and I'm like, I don't remember what I talked to talk to. I don't remember what I talked about. I don't want to sit and listen for to myself talk for an hour. So I have to write this stuff down like right away. Any who you don't care about that? I'm going to see a trainer that's where I was going with this. But yeah, I've, you know, I. The past few episodes of superstore that I've seen my cellphone on TV. I'm just like. This is a bummer. I'm just extremely overweight. Now, I've let it go. I'm just. I'm not in a good place. I don't feel great. And then when I see myself on TV, I generally try not to watch myself in general because I don't like to but. I like superstar. I think it's funny. I like my character side like to see how it turns out sometimes so I'll watch for a little bit. I see myself on TV, and I'm like fuck for those. You follow me on Instagram? And I don't mean the no docks podcast. Instagram. I mean, my personal at Steve AG Instagram. You'll notice it I almost never post photos of myself, which is crazy for for Instagram for social networking. Eighty percent of the people. I follow. For just posting photos of themselves. It's kind of annoying, but I get it. Whatever. But I I don't like posting first of all photography's my hobby. So I just like posting photos of things I take pictures of. And I think that's cool. And then, you know, I just don't like the way, you know, the past few years I've been looking. Had feeling I want to see this trainer slash nutritionist mainly for my own health. And how I feel rather than how I look, but that's just another perk. Yes, I've I've been you know, whenever I see myself. I'm just like thought. Some not checking myself out all day. I in my head. I'm I feel like I looked like I did when I was in my twenties. And I look and I'm like, Nope. You look like an old troll. Whatever. Some going to see this guy whose whole thing is he's a trainer he'll give you an exercise regimen. But it's. He's mainly fixing the way you eat which I'm excited about and I need to fix. I need to fix the way. I do the meal services. You know that I advertise on this podcast. But I don't do them every day. And when I'm not doing those it's just like back to. It's ten o'clock. I'm tired. I'm going to have a PB and J. And that's no good. That's that's not good for your metabolism right before bed. Also, I have the whole, you know, comfort food is the best most aptly named. Phrase comfort food because that's exactly what it is. You know, because I must also stand up comedian a lot of times I'll go do show sometimes the late show sometimes like eleven PM or go do show like on a week night. Haven't been doing lately as often because I'm working during the day, and it's just to exhaust thing. But every now, and then I just go on a spree of doing stand up, and it's like. I'll go to a show at eleven PM at the improv the laugh factory or somewhere in. And then. If I this dumb. But if I had. A really shitty show. Let's say nobody shows up because it's late on a weeknight which happens. Or it's bad crowd. Or just I'm like often I tank or whatever I have a bad show. I'll drive home feeling shitty. And I'll just be like. Fuck it. I'm gonna go to McDonalds. Fuck this. At least that will make me feel good for real it's comfort food. I'm like, I just need some fries. Some fucking fries. And it does make me feel. Sadly, it makes me feel fucking good. Just like after shitty show just showing down. Some piping hot. Mcdonald's fries. Are you kidding? Completely takes my mind off the shit show that I just did. But then I get home. Lay on the land the castle watched him TV before I got a better something and I'm like God. Why did I fucking do that? It's the middle of the fucking night. I'm gonna I'm gonna fucking pay for this. On the other side of that coin. Say I go to a show at the improv. It's packed Thursday night or something is packed. Because somebody else's there. So Sarah silverman's there, you know, and I'm doing a show with her and the place is packed for, you know, something like that. And it's great the energies great. The crowd is great. I'm firing on all four cylinders for once as you just like, really fun. Really good show. I'll be driving home. And go. You know, what I did real good? I deserve. I deserve to reward myself. I'll get some fucking fries. The fuck am. I think I have to try. I I really do need to retrain, my my fucking brain. And my I guess I need to retrain my emotions man because that's it's all revolves. I can be feeling great. Like, I'm going to reward myself or shitty. Got to make myself feel good with some food. My my rambling about I think I've rambled about this last week. So you get the picture. That's why I'm going to see see somebody next week. And I'm actually excited about it. I just want the skies to clear up as one that'd be winter. So there's not as many fires. I recorded last week recording episode of drunk history. Again. We I get like jeez. Four forty five in the morning because we had to drive away. I had to drive away up kind of north west to where the fires are right now. Shooting out in the hills. And. They were shooting all week up there, but we shot. My God my story on Wednesday. And the fire started the very next night, and they couldn't work anymore because it was they were fires were right where we had been shooting. So I don't think they got to finish out there week at least not up there. So. Sending out good vibes to. Everyone. I, and I know a few people that have houses out in these areas. Luckily, I feel like everyone I know who lives out in these areas have managed to avoid losing their houses. But my friend Carey. Her husband and kid live the Malibu area, and they were evacuated and worry how tell just watching the news was the fire raged all around their neighborhood. And they thought their house was going for sure. And then the next day her husband in a couple of other people. Got a boat. They got like a, you know, small motorboat and like went up the coast because you couldn't get in. Via car because all the roads were closed because of the fire. So they took a boat up to the beach in Malibu and got out and went to their house carries house was fine. But their neighbors house the people right across the street, totally lost their house. It's so weird. How that shit happens? One house will just be fine and directly next door just gone. Terrible. Let's actually do some emails. It's been twenty minutes me rambling about being fat. And. Living French fries. Maybe that's the episode. I'm fat and left French fries. No, not gonna do that. 'cause then every time. Scrolling through the podcast app and see that titles bummed me out. That's awesome. Good emails earlier not checked in such a while. Man. Yes. The lines. Also. Here's from a listener named Christopher the subject line is. Thank you. Says I'm not sure if you'll get this. But I just wanna thank you. I mean university student getting a Bs in psychology. And I just wrote a ten page essay completely based off of your episode broken index. And my professor loved it. So thanks for the inspiration of glad. Go ahead. We can inspire. You broke index. I don't even remember what that episode was about. I mean clearly. Clearly something to do with a broken, dick. We're now up to like, sixty episodes. We've done like over a year's worth of podcasting. I'm happy to say, I'm at a point where I don't remember a lot of the episodes, which is also shitty because you're going to start hearing me repeat goddamn stories that you've probably heard like two or more times. Hey, what's up everybody? 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Save money and save yourself a headache with simple contacts carry on Christopher also signed this Chris goes on. Also, if you if you're ever interested interested, I can't talk. I'm so goddamn tired. Also today, I went into work. Little I went into work this morning. I was running late. I was nervous. I had to stop and get coffee. Got to universal. I went to the base camp. Or my trailer is and. Into hair and makeup to get all made up early this morning in literally just sat around. I mean actors will tell you that. Fifty percent of acting as waiting today was a great example. I got there early this morning and did not even step foot onset until after lunch. Which was at twelve thirty. So it was over by one thirty. I didn't go to set til two PM. I can't complain though. I love what I do. But oh, I remember. I was going with us. I. Was literally only in two scenes in both scenes. I'm sleeping. So I'm like literally they just to get two quick shots of me sleeping on a bed. And then I came you know, there's a lot of waiting around to do that. For some reason waiting around makes me even more tired than if I'm actually working because I'm occupied preoccupied or whatever whatever shut up Steve finisher Email from Chris. Also, if you're ever interested, I grew up in a family of homeopaths have quite a story of have a story about what happens when PTSD? For those of you, not know that's post traumatic stress disorder is left untreated for four years. I'm actually in the process of putting together a Ted talk on it for next summer. Wow. That's awesome. I love TED talks. I could watch TED talks all day. Please. Drop us a line again. Ted. Called you. Ted, Chris, Chris or Christopher Christopher. Oh my gosh. I can't talk. When you do your get this, Ted talk together, do it, please. Let us know. Because I am kind of interested. I you know, speaking of PTSD. I just recently Google you're watching saving private Ryan. I love that movie. It's such a. Realistic, at least the war scenes are like very realistic porch. You know, portrayal of like the battle scenes as far as I know it looks horrifying. I love that movie. And then this probably days ago, I googled, I don't know what reminded me of this. But I do gold. Why was Tom Hanks handshaking? In saving private Ryan. They never touched on it. They just it's just a this. This underlying thing that's going on with him. And you know. Just another thing for him to worry about an addition to. Nazis and bombs and finding this needle in a haystack. It's like, you know, they never say anything, and I just assumed you had like Parkinson's or MS. Early stages. I looked it up. And there are some theories that it's his hand shaking was a symptom of early PTSD like it's just your body's way of dealing with the horror that it's going through this start shaking. So there's that. Oh boy. Just going off on tangents again. Thank you, Christopher Chris. For your Email and good luck with this tedtalk. Here's one from a person, I'm assuming a guy named Logan. I've only ever met guys with the name. So who knows who knows in this day and age Logan in the subject is terminal weaning. He steve. My name is Logan, and I'm an EMT in New York City, and I'm a long-time listener and big fan of both the show, and you're acting. We'll thank you Logan recently. I've received numerous EMS calls to oversee patients being removed from their ventilators. Jesus. I thought you might get. Well, weirded out by just the people are being removed from ventilators. But I thought you might get a kick. Out of the fact that this act is no known as terminal weaning. Be the good name for a band. I mean, it does sound a lot like weaned. But. I did not know that. Apparently, there's a name for everything. Of course, there's a name for. Disconnecting someone from a ventilator? Thanks for all the knowledge that your show passes onto the public. Keep up the good work. Logan, PS on a personal note shit. Oh. I read this before I blatantly say it out loud in case. It's something like. Horrible on a personal note. I've killed five people with karate and. It's a habit. I can't stop doing. Oh, Logan, writes PS personal note. I wanted to let you know that your photography is inspired a lot of what I've been shooting myself lately. I know it's a big unlikely asked, but if you had the time and or interests, please check out my Instagram at Logan Myers photo. Thanks. Well. There you go, folks. Check out at Logan Myers photo. If I remember I will check it out Logan. But thank you for your Email. We doing on time folks, thirty minutes, it's been thirty minutes. Eight PM folks for those of you who are wondering what I'm doing this PM on Tuesday. They have to have this all handed in tomorrow. So they can upload it. So in launch on Thursday, and I'm shooting tomorrow. So I have to record all this tonight. When really all I wanted to do is take some alka seltzer cold medicine or some Benadryl and. Sleep it off. Here's one from a listener named Jenny. The subject is. Oh my gosh. Itchy legs itchy legs. By the way. This is a problem back, you know, month or month or so ago when I went out to death valley in Vegas. I think the dry air my skin was gotta say just starting in yesterday. I think it's the dryness and the smoke smokes, not making my legs it, but it's it's cold. It's getting cold. So the Air's getting drying and. Yup. As I'm saying this my goddamn legs. So this will be topical. No pun intended. Stephen. I had the itchy legs. About three years ago. My lower legs and forum started issue had no more Arash except for irritated skin after intense scratching it would occur in the evenings. And at night, and sometimes in the early mornings, you that's when mine happens. It never seemed to bother me during the day. Yeah. Same here. Sometimes it would wake me up in the middle of the night. It was awful. I finally went to Matala gist, and she gave me a strong steroid cream for when that didn't work. She put me on two weeks worth of daily die. Flu. Can this is a little weird because die flu can is a medication for yeast infections. And it's usually only taken once. I had to have my liver. Enzymes tested before taking this drug for an extended period of time. But everything checked out just fine. A tick the dye flu can and the itching went away it hasn't bothered me since I hope you find a quick and easy solution to the overwhelming obnoxiousness of persistent itching. Thank you so much for the podcast. And I love seeing you on superstore, it's one of my favorite shows, keep up the awesome work, and oh, dear God, how many people tell you this? If you ever need, a vote, feel female co hosts let me know, I don't know shit. But I'm great at talking. Sincerely, jenny. Well, thank you, Jenny. I will keep that in mind. I'm glad you got your itchy legs. Taking care of of. I mean, it would help if I just put anything on them lotion or something do that. After this. Podcast. Recording is over. Literally, I am horizontal laying on my couch record. That's would be. It would be hilarious. If I just flat out fell asleep wise that would be great if I flat out sleep recording. This kind of drop the mic onto my chest. So still right by my mouth. And you just heard me I cert- snoring. But that's not going to happen. Here's another one. Call. It's from Jessica and the title is help for your itchy leg. The title the subject. Help for your itchy legs. Hey, see, Vanni roast reason episode. You mentioned that you were having problems issue legs after visiting death valley. I have the same problem especially during the dry winter months. The only thing I've found that helps is this. I vino baby eczema therapy moisturizing cream. She does give a link to. To the product and. It's a long one. But it's basically at Avino dot com slash products slash baby. Dash Exuma dash therapy. Dash moisturizing dash cream. I mean, that's basically that is what? It's this stuff is amazing. I think you should be able to find it in CVS or another local drugstore. You can also get it on Amazon, I have sensitive skin and XM. So I have to be careful what kinds lotions I use this stuff stops the issuing almost instantly for me. I have actually used that stuff. And it's awesome. I currently do not have any. I wish I did. I also sometimes used. There's an vino basically like. He's just called Avino anti. It's it's it's basically like Cala mine lotion what you would put on. Poison oak. That stuff works really for itchy skin to. I've had this problem for years. I know the feeling of waking up during the night scratching legs until they're bleeding. Sorry. So gross. I know in the summer months, it's not as bad. I can usually get away with just applying coconut oil the my legs after showering. I hope that helps thanks so much for the podcast that makes me makes my commute to work on the bus so much more enjoyable best wishes, Jessica, well, thank you. Jessica appreciate the Email. Glad you have found relief in Avino products. And thank you for the reminder. I will next time I go to CVS or WalMart or ride. I will look for that. I used to have somebody actually went through it all. Hilo? Here's one from a listener named Christine. I'm not laughing laughing if the subject, which is shove rub. Like, a long Email about masturbation. It is not though, Steve I love listening to your excellent show while I walked the streets for money as a male lady male MA, I'll lady with all this walking comes the chafing. You described in your last show. I think that's the one. Same with the itchy legs. I think that's the same podcast episode where I was in Vegas walking around. With all this walking comes the shaving. You described your last show? It's a serious problem. Why line of work, and I've taken to calling rub glide works really well. But it's best to use it as a preventative before walking. If you can't. Yep. I agree. I have some glide. And you definitely yeah. That's the thing. You have to put that stuff on. Preemptively? I bought my husband's some underwear called Saks essay ex for when he works outdoor events in warm. Climates sacks a regular boxer briefs with a bit of mesh inside to keep your apples from rolling out of the bag. He doesn't like talking about his balls. It's really weirded out. When I asked about the performance of these underwear when I can tell you is that he's stopped using so much glide, and I am constantly finding these underwear laundry. So I know they must do the trick sacks are well-made and pricey. But you might find something similar online from another company. Thanksgiving hearing your stories helps me and others feel less lonely and more connected while we listen. Cheers. Cricket. Okay. It's christine. The meals from Christine, I guess nickname is cricket. Cheers. Cricket will. Thank you. Cricket PS. Thank you sharing your thoughts on meditation and for having Tayo on your show. I emailed him. And he put me in touch with a teacher in my area. And I've been practicing vedic meditation for two months now, I'm sleeping better. And I'm feeling more calm in general. You're right. When you say this world would be a better place everyone practices. That's awesome. Cricket. I'm so stoked to hear that. In fact, I was gonna say something. And you just reminded me. I got an Email. From tale. My. Detention teacher and. Saying that since he's done this podcast. He's he's spoke with I think it was something like forty listeners forty people have about forty people. I think. I think that's right something like forty people have contacted him since we did this podcast about meditation. And not all in LA. In fact, mostly people outside of LA, but he has been able to put all these people in touch with meditation. Teachers and a lot of these people are still practicing. And I think that's incredible. So I'm glad you're doing that cricket. It really does make a huge huge difference. I think people in general who are high strung. Would. Benefit greatly from meditation. I think if what what am I talking about ending everyone would benefit from meditation? It's it's amazing really is amazing. So thank you. And again listeners if you want to go back and listen to my episode on meditation with my guest Tayo Burkhard. Spelled T H E, and there's a little. Boy, I'm bad with grammar, and spelling and everything it's a little slash over the I R over the e in THEO I thought it was the oh, I got an Email about him. But it's Tayo Tayo. Hey. Oh. Here's one. Laurie. Hey, Steve, I'll be in Beverly Hills for two weeks getting alternative treatment for Lyme. This is thing. I read this good use Chris again. Do you think I read this one about lines Z's? I believe it's a follow up. Hey, Steve, I'll be in Beverly Hills for two weeks giving an alternative treatment. For Lyme clinic is called infused Kelly Osbourne referenced inter buck, and she had great results treatment consists of two weeks, six hours a day of IV treatments. Wolf that's a lot of Ivy. Coupled with hyper barrack treatments and the system or stem cell therapy for the stem cell therapy. I don't know the exact science, but I know they suck out a small amount of my own fat reprogram its tell the lime bacteria die takes by regular middle aged chub and train it to be Terminator like soldiers get the shop. Any if you like the guests chat about Lyme. I'll be in Beverly Hills giving dates and stuff, I think is more of a personal Email, but. I may be out of town. Since it's the holidays and work is going to be stopping. But I would definitely be interested in hearing about this treatment. So keep me updated. And if I am in town, maybe we can make that happen. Thank you, Laurie. Is that right? Yes. Okay. Oh, we do time, folks. Forty five minutes, okay. Wrap this up suit. This is from someone named Jada subject line is never too young. Hi, I'm Jada CNA represent a CNA representing Texas. I'm going to college for nursing. So that's why mainly started listening. I'm eighteen and I've been listening since the very first episode, but I was recently. Listening to. The episode title. This amazing pig. This is amazing pig ass. Some some of these episodes titles would never know. This was medical podcast medical related podcast. I and I just wanted to say Steve made me laugh so hard. He said would be sad. If someone was listening to this podcast, and they were sixteen I canceled. I was seventeen when I first started listening. But thank God. I'm eighteen in college down. Anyways. I love the podcast you'll never fail to make me laugh out loud. No matter where I am at. I love Steve's laughing. I love busies emotion when she is telling her stories when you guys tell stories I imagine the whole thing in vivid color, anyway, thank you for making this podcast. You guys are both amazing. Have a great day and keep up the good work while Jada have great Dane great week to you as well. And. Keep up the good studies in school study hard. Study hard study hard Jada. Thank you for the Email. Hey, what's up guys? I'm talking street. So you know, what that means? It's holiday time. Yeah. That means it's time to start sending out those holiday cards, and I don't know about you. But it always means more to me personally, when I get a personalized card as opposed to one of those Janke off the shelf assembly line, greeting cards that we've all gotten and I'll put on the refrigerator for one week and then thrown away. So no matter where you'll be this holiday season. Whether it's skiing, the slopes or basking on a nice hot beach or just kicking it down at home with your loved ones. 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Besides I have other issues to like, sleep paralysis, scary, carpal, tunnel, painful and annoying an extra super itchy. I'd love to hear about these topics on your podcast all the best lots of love kit, Kat Chaka, cat what? Well, thank you, d or cat, Chaka cat, whatever. Whatever it is go by. As far as the vertigo, very sorry that you have to deal with that too. I would not wish really don't think. I would wish it on my worst enemy. It's so horrible. Why is not triggered by at least as far as I know by he humidity. Dehydration. Yes. That I mean, I always have a form of vertigo like always feeling a little bit dizzy. But when I'm dehydrated, it's it takes it up like ten notches to like the room is looks like it's spinning I've been really lucky with staying hydrated not being like put out of. Commission because of the spins. But I you know at any given day a little bit off balance. But yeah, dehydration about on and as far as the salt intake. I'm wondering if you I'm assuming you did get tested for manures disease. I test for that one time this nears disease. Try low salt diet. Which didn't really work. Also Jesus Christ. It's hard to quit salt, but I- salt this really do it for me. Okay. D or kit, Kat, thank you for the new rapid up. This. Okay. Two or trade. From someone Robin Robin with an eye and not a why it's called unconscious while flying Turkish Airlines, aka red wine and valium don't mix. Hey, Steve true story. Get sorry. Hey, Steve the story that gave told on this week's episode took me back to a very memorable flight in two thousand thirteen I was traveling Stamboel from Houston for my sister's wedding on Turkish Airlines never able to sleep on planes. So I had the genius idea. Drink a little bit of red wine with my dinner on the plane, and then a few hours later took value. Already know this is where this is go. I already know where this is going. This would ensure good sleep. I reasoned since it was an overnight flight. Sure enough I fell asleep easily, but then woke up about an hour to later after the cabin lights dimmed in most everyone was asleep. I was drenched in sweat. So I decided to get lavatory splash water on my face when I got there. It was occupied. So I stood waited apparently within moments past outstanding up into the header into the lavatory door and then hit the floor next thing. I know I am in the plane galley on my back staring up at the lights surrounded by people. Speaking in Turkish an older. Turkish woman was talking talking an older. Turkish woman was taking my pulse and barking orders at the flight attendants. I have no idea how long I was unconscious later on. I found out she was a doctor and after I passed out they had made an announcement asking. If there was a doctor on board. Fortunately, I was able to communicate enough to tell them where my sister and her fiance. Say were seated so they come to help as well. Besides a little bump on the head and some embarrassment. Everything was fine. But what a story and the moral of the story do not ever mix in value even in small amounts, especially on flight lead the pike. I. Can't begin. To tell you first of all thank you, Robin for that Email. Sorry you pass out on a plane. Very funny. But it's kind of funny 'cause I I know. So many people. Like, I know alarming amount of people who have had similar stories about taking a pill to fly. You know, and then mixing with booze and then having disastrous results puking passing out going crazy and just being drunk in. So many people, and it's offer mixing pills and booze. Don't do. It folks commit to one or the other. I just. Value, by the way, I used to love love value at a, sir. Hiccups at a prescription for it at one point. That stuff is amazing. To listen to me don't start taking it just because I said, it was amazing. Should really have a reason for taking it. But it was good. All right. Let's do one last one because been almost an hour. This is from I did read this one already. This is from someone Jennifer and subject line is stroke during sex at twenty years old. I saw that subject. I had to read it immediately and flag it. Hey, steve. My name is Jennifer and as a fellow hypochondriac. I love the podcast, and this is my first time riding in after listening to today's episode the cheese stroke. For those of you who haven't heard my friend, Gabe. Had like a migraine related to aged Gouda. He had a migraine mimic stroke. I wanted to share my personal stroke story with you. Because it's so rare interesting and scary. And my son nineteen years old. I was for the most part healthy minus the weight gain during pregnancy after I had my son my health quickly deteriorated within three months of giving birth. I woke up one night with excruciating pain in my abdomen. I went to the emergency room after hours of pain vomiting vomiting, due to the pain and was told my gallbladder needed to be removed right away. So the next day my call bladder roads removed in I was back to my normal life with my newborn son or so I thought about a month after my gallbladder was removed. I was all healed up and back to living my life my boyfriend at the time, and I were feeling frisky one day after our son had gone to bed. So as most couples do we snuck away to our bedroom and got busy sorry. If this is TMI, but it's an important part of the story. Please people if you right in there is no such thing. There's no such thing as TMI you can't share too much graphic medical details for future. People writing futures. However, I will say one thing I don't like is. If you're telling story. Talking if you're being negative towards people even we've had I've read somewhere, it's like, I had a nurse. She was real piece of shit like. You can say I didn't like my nurse. You're gonna have to call her a piece of shit. Because maybe she really wasn't a piece of shit. Maybe she was having a bad day. We all have bad. I've had bad days and said stuff that I regretted. So. Share all the graphic details of your medical stories. But just don't be mean to people. And I think we'll all be good. Okay. How about that? Anyway. Sorry. This is TMI, but is porn part of the story after about three minutes in lost all feeling alright. Side of my body, my face, my arm, everything I thought maybe my boyfriend being on top of me had pinched a nerve. So I pushed him off. I pushed him off me as it was a weird feeling. I stood up and started laughing. Uncontrollably. In my mind, I knew it was weird to be laughing. And I did not want to be laughing. But I could not control it. My body was just making me laugh. This scared me, I begin to dance around the room in fear naked because it felt like I had lost complete control of my body and for the life. I just could not make myself, stop laughing. This is Steve talking by the way, not in the Email. This is insane. To me. This is so fucking terrifying. To me sounds like something out of a horror movie. I tried to tell my boyfriend to help me but for the life. I just could not get the words out my boyfriend started to look at me like something might be wrong. And I remember him telling me, babe. This isn't funny. What are you doing? I had forgotten how to speak. I decided I would write note. So I ran out into the living room but ask naked because we had just been, you know, getting down I grabbed a piece of paper and pen and tried to write help. But I couldn't remember how to write. Jesus. This is terrifying. I knew in my mind what I needed to write. But I couldn't. But I could not get to translate to my body. I was able to scribble a couple of illegible letters. I did not know what to do. So as most twenty year olds would do I called my mom again. I couldn't get a coherent sentence out. Most of what I said on the phone was I can't I in grumbles that sound like I was trying to speak, but could not my mom told my boyfriend to take me to the emergency room. So in the car, we got so in the car, we got and headed straight to the emergency room. Once I was admitted I was accused of being on drugs. I've heard this about her this with other stories where people are fucked up from something. The nurses or doctors will go you're on drugs. Not cool. Once I was admitted as cues to being on drugs. I was young and healthy. So stroke was the last thing on anyone's mind, I was repeatedly asked by several nurses and doctors if I was on any drugs, and then I needed tell them the truth. I was not on drugs. I've never even smoked pot before God's sakes. They finally brought me in for C T skin and determined a minor stroke. None of the doctors were able to determine why I had a stroke, but I hadn't he'd had a stroke later. I found out that rare blood disease runs on my dad's side of the family called factor. Five Ledin Elliot d e n which is a blood clotting disorder, my dad's doctor friend thinks that following giving. Let me start that setting. My dad's doctor friend thinks that following giving birth and my gallbladder surgery mixed with having factor. Five leading caused a small blood clot to detach and pass the small hole. I have in my heart and go directly to my brain. I'm twenty nine now. And I'm so lucky to have not been affected in any way from my stroke and a huge advocate of knowing your family genetics in history as a way to stay proactive preventative in your own health as a way to stay proactive slash preventative in your own elf feel free to share my story on the pod. If you find interesting enough. Yeah, I was saving this story for the end. First of all, Jennifer. Thank you second. We'll glad you survived a stroke. Of those people listening. Who are new listeners have not heard a lot of the earlier episodes of the cast. Busy. I didn't up with our friend, rob Benedict. He's an actor musician. He was on a show called supernatural. He's in a band called Louden Swain. He had a stroke when he was like his early to mid forties. And it's chilling episode to listen to the title of that episode. If you wanna go back it's called face FA AC, and it's has nothing to do with anything other than strokes. So it's all about strokes. And I think very helpful episode. Listen to if you wanna go back and in its early on. I mean, like probably in the first. You know, ten ten to twelve episodes of of this podcast. My sinuses. So horrible. I don't feel sick. I'm not getting sick. Don't wanna get sick. Just have a few more days of shooting before thanksgiving vacation. But yes, Jennifer, thank you very much. That is terrifying story. I find the most interesting part of that is you're laughing. Dancing around. At is scary ash. It. I do weird things. When I think something bad is happening. And this is this goes back to the movie. There's a Bill Murray movie. What about Bob? Great movie, by the way, I think Frank Oz directed it. But it's Bill Murray and. Shit. No spacing. The other actor. But Bill Murray plays a hypochondriac effect that should be required. Listening to anyone who are should be required. Watching viewing to anyone who's a listener of this podcast because of hypochondria it's probably in the nine is made probably in the nineties. Mid to late nineties. It's called what about Bob and. Bilberry plays. I country named Bob. Any go Richard Dreyfuss? That's the other actor. He goes into Richard Dreyfuss who plays a psychiatrist psychologist, and he goes into see him for the first time because his previous psychologists quit. He just quit the business because he was so fucking over Bill Murray's character. So Bill goes into see Richard Dreyfuss. Richard Dreyfuss is like what's wrong. He just starts giving a list of. Symptoms. That is so funny. I get hot sweats cold sweats tingling in my hands tingling tingling my legs. None number lips dead. Lips? Like a nonstop list of shit. That alone is worth watching the movie the scene in Richard Dreyfuss office is one of the greatest scenes ever. But then he does a thing where he falls on the floor. I Dennis by with this so much. It's terrifying. Because this isn't a comedy. It's a movie it's a comedy. It's a funny scene showing ridiculous is, but I completely identify with it Bill Murray falls on the floor in his office starts like clutching at his chest. And just going. Richard Dreyfuss goes, Bob, what are you doing? He's like faking a heart attack. It's like. Are you having heart attack? Like, no, he goes if I fake it. I can't have it. Which? I think to a sane person who does not suffer from hypochondriac or is not. Just nuts. I think just normal person. That makes no sense to me. That makes perfect sense. If I fake it. I'm not having. If you're pretending to have a heart attack. You're not having a heart attack like. Oddly that makes perfect sense to me. Oh my God. Please go watch. What about Bob? It's so fucking funny. It's it's a great movie. Anyway, I think that's it. You guys it's been an hour three minutes, and that's minus advertisements. Pretty sure we'll have a new episode out by for thanksgiving. Thanksgiving's thursday. I think they'll have uploaded bef-, you know, by midnight. Like Wednesday night Thursday morning. So I'm going to record one. Hopefully, it will be out on thanksgiving. If not I just wanted to say, I hope you all have a great thanksgiving and get to spend it with your loved ones and. Stay healthy. Stay happy. Get yourself checked out folks. I'm out of my mind tired. I don't even know how to end us take everything I say with a grain of salt. Because we're no doctors by.

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The Story of Disneyland

Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher

1:10:04 hr | 2 years ago

The Story of Disneyland

"Folks. It's another month. It's twenty nineteen. I'm very excited to bring this episode. But before I do let me tell you about my upcoming live standup comedy dates San Francisco sketch fest. I am coming your way on Friday, January the twenty fifth Natasha Lazaro, and I will be at the marines memorial theatre in San Francisco, Friday, ten pm. We would love you to come. It'll be a big fun theater show then on the twenty six hundred alive hound tall podcast taping. So you can come see your favorite podcast live. The topic is how to be good at sex with Michael, Ian, black and he can lower Natasha muse Aparna non Churla and our guest Alison moon who wrote a really exciting book on sax. We're gonna discuss fisting. Then I ran comic is coming to cobb's comedy club on that evening that Saturday seven thirty also should be a lot of fun and Washington DC. I'm coming your way the last weekend in. January into the first weekend in February. And I am recording a live album of all crowd work. It's going to be a very fun exciting concept album. So come be a part of history. There's some other upcoming dates February fifteenth and sixteenth. I'm in the Cayman Islands at the Kabu came announce festival, but I doubt you're listening and the Cayman Islands, but if you're going come see me, I'll be an Aspen Colorado that we were opera house on the twenty second of February. There's other stuff coming up go to my website Moshe, Castro dot com. This week. We are discussing the happiest place on earth. Disneyland all of its secrets, it's architectural weirdnesses. And the man that is our expert this month. Well, he couldn't be a better expert on this topic. He just wrote the book on the subject, you may remember him from the beauty of LA episode. This guy loves LA. He loves kitsch. He is an adorable lover of all things odd about Southern Cal. -fornia are committed. Guests curb Ron Oehler Brady Elliott, Steve AG. It's a fun episode about a fun place. So stripe in let's go on haunted mansion ride into the dark angels. I know Daniels. I think it's of Disneyland. The how all this. In series. Academia. Learn besser. Cetera. Discussion series with your host Moshe casher. To our guests everyone. He is our expert are Disney, Dr Mr Chris Nichols. From Los Angeles magazine, put your hands together for him as he comes to the stage. And also are comedic guests. Brady Elliott, Steve AG and Kurt Ron Oehler. Here. They come here is Chris that's Chris people plotting because it takes a little while to get from the green room to hear. But oh, there's that beautiful book that you can't see if you're listening to the podcast. Hi, everyone. And welcome welcome. Welcome kurt. There's broad overweight. That's Kurt listen to that voice. What do you think? Pretty cool voice. Yeah. That is what I heard. I heard cool. It you said Kurt when I asked you to be on the podcast. You had some really aggressive words to say about Disney. What are your feelings about Disney and Disneyland you know, what I take it all back. They don't even know. I just think I think ABC's a great part of Disney. And I just want you know, that nothing bad to say about dizzy, I might have said it was started by an anti Semite. But you know, we'll find out if that's true or not I've heard that. And I'm interested to know Moshe is that true. Well, as the Jew on the panel, I can say I will say this as a Jew. I don't know about Disney, and we will find out soon, but as do many of your childhood heroes. You like you like, oh what a lovely person. Then you like do a Wikipedia. Search like raw doll supported the holocaust. Why is that true? It's really a fun. Or is that really true? Well, he didn't support the holocaust started it. He more than supported it. He undergrad that's real chocolate military. That was several Tena offensive and confusing doll buff. Yeah. Right. No Iran book. But what's anyway? Rundell was a had some anti-semitism issues that is that is true. That is true. The giant peach was actually a metaphor for clearing. The Jews supply. Plot. But Steve you are a very much pro Disneyland lover is that right? What's your experience? I grew up in southern California. I grew up in riverside about an hour away. That's the g by the way, everybody. This is voice from now on if you're listening. This is Steve Agee's voice voice. Thanks, much nicer skirt. I spent all my birthdays at Disneyland. Really? And all my friends. So I was there multiple times a year you spent all your birthdays growing up. Yeah. Yeah. Until what age when did you stop? Last year. Probably around twelve or thirteen. Oh, Where'd you became a man you? Everything we re contextualised within the framework of Judaism tonight that sort of. I met a narrative of tonight show. Yes. And Brighty Brady Elliott, ladies and gentlemen there. She is. Thank you. I I asked Chris is there a comedian that you know, that's like a real Disney land free straight freak for the land. And you the first name came to mind. Why is it is it true? Is it sweet? It's a little sweetness little sour. If you guys know what I mean? Okay. Guys what she says. If you know what? I mean, you fucking you cheer mother fuckers. No, I love Disneyland. I go with my friend. And who is telling Steve is sixty years old. We get high go. Whoa, cool. Yeah. Scandalous her my sister. Yeah. It's a yearly thing where did you find? This is this your mom. It's not my mom. It's like, so casual you know, that you have those kids used to call their mama their first name like the next level of that is like this is my buddy. This lady I go to. This one lady that I smoke weed with and we Disney also she gave birth to me and shit. Chris Chris Nichols. Ladies and gentlemen, the expert of all things southern California in Los Angeles. Thanks for being back on the show, and you just wrote a book on Disneyland. So I guess it's not even a there's no point in asking you what your relationship with Disneyland. Is you love it? I love it. I I was trying to remember my my early times there, you know. And I didn't really have a lot of specific memories about being a little kid. And then I found pictures of myself and all these places, and I found like we are off brand mascot. So I got to take pictures with like the the bad cat from Pinocchio. You know, they made a cost of the cat from Pinocchio. So and I never seen skull rock but picture myself at skull rock, so I guess they did. And so it made it made an impression on young on young baby. Chris, and I still love it so much do they still do knock off a mascot? So like if they run out of talent. I mean, if you're newly hired or something you have to like go into like bad cat Pinocchio for a while. They have it. They have a day. I understand where they bring out the the retired mask. Oh my God. That's the most depressing thing. This is crippled mascots wanting around Merlin from the sword in the stone comes out once a year that I actually do feel like I remember our shipping down Chippendale. Those are those are those aren't second straight. Are they harass me at breakfast for a good hour recently? So they're still there. Oh, yeah. Go ahead. The breakfast character buffet where you get the waffles. Look like Mickey Mouse, like wonderful experience as a kid as a child. I didn't brush my hair at all like. Like. Filthy. I didn't like to bay like it was a very big fight. And I had with this one lady that you smoke weed with. She's cool. She's cool. She like raising me. I lived with her and her husband. Oh, you call your dad. Her husband. Hey, mom's husband, can you drop me at soccer practice, so Chippendale. I don't know if it was chip. I don't know if it was Dale never get. Yeah. It's one of these Lexus. Galore brothers. No one knows. Jason. And chip or down come over today while I'm eating breakfast. I was like six and my parents were like holy shit. Chippendale are here. Like, we gotta take the roof store. Buoying out over the attach just going. Fuck. Fuck. Fuck. Fuck. Fuck. Jay, cool. Don't be door. It's chip. And Dale or Dale. Is one cool. One of them's cool one of them as a leather jacket and the other one's like a dork with a Hawaiian shirt, isn't that. Right. I. When is mama and one's like Joe. Yeah. What did you just ask me? If you're thinking about the chip how fucking dare you dude kind of fucking loser. Do you think I am? Go ahead. Brighty? So we were all opposing really excited, really nervous. 'cause Chipper Dale were there. They're all huddled around me and two four the flash Munaf chip or Dale like took a piece of my hair and the picture is like him holding up my hair going. In the phone. Put it because I had a Disney scrapbook whereas getting autographs and pictures, so we had to put this like humiliate. I'll bet cannot be in the training. His knee land you ever see a kid with fucked up hair. Like, you got a comment on that ship. Shave hygiene. Did it? Shame you into bathing. Yeah. A little bit. Then Chippendale did their job. The what those guys what they are. They really were rescue Rangers curve, a couple of people very cool Brighty that is how old were you? As like six is horrifying. I went bowling when I was like six, and I scored a thirteen that's bad and the guy behind the counter goes would happen to you drop the ball on your head, and it was so humiliating. I almost cry on my it was my whole family's death. So nobody heard it. It was just me. And with the bully. Better next time. Nobody I combed my hair. Did he laugh at himself or did? He just like let it be kind of an angry out is a good question. Was he enjoying it? Or just trying to be totally cruel to me. I don't remember it Chris. Let's let's go. Let's how Disneyland star you wrote a book on it. First of all how did that come together? Well, I did a tour along time ago for friends, and so I I knew a friend that had been crazy collection of stuff. So I collect during I like digging through stuff, and then all this old old old photos and old pictures of these places I had never seen before and heard about wrote the little guidebook to my friends through and then I've been doing say buildings for for a teenager. And what we discussed on the less puck on here. Pitcher on here. Yeah. Yeah. So I I like for those of you that don't know 'cause we're gonna haven't heard that episode. Chris very involved in saving the sort of iconic buildings of Los Angeles architecture, right? Mitch entry modern stuff. Fifty commercial hamburger stands and driving theaters and junk like that anyway, and you know, in this kind of fits into that world, you know, and so I always loved it. And then I been reading about history and architecture in LA, and then I got this call from tasha, and they said, hey, do you know, anybody that would be good for this project tonight? Immediately said, yes, I do and I spent two years working on it. We'll the books beautiful, and it also shows pick a lot of pictures of old Disneyland. But it also tells the story of correct, yeah. Yeah. I went to seventy different collections to find all this stuff. It stuff from the company archives and stuff from every great photojournalists that that went there in National Geographic in life magazine. And all these great classic golden age of photo journalism, and it's just beautiful. He did a really great job there. They're perfectionist Germans. So it's just really. Beautiful. Oh, we're back to raw doll. I guess. Okay. Yeah. They make great peach now. Okay. So let's start at the beginning. How did Disneyland come to be where we at Disney wise at this point, the let's say the years before Disneyland became an idea is Disney, a huge company already comes here with no money, and he lost his one thing he hit invented Oswald the lucky rabbit and off that and so he comes to live with uncle and his back room in Los feel. It is and starts a studio in the garage, you know, with with Spratt bullet and determination. Build a little studio. And then he invents Mickey Mouse. And of course, then of course, the Bill to studio and it's doing great. And then about fifteen years later, he's having a premier for Snow White over there in the miracle mile area at this great old movie theater. That's now replicated at California adventure. The it's called the Carthy circle. And along the traffic island the strip on the way to the theater, he built something called dwarf land. Like nineteen thirties thing like I woke twenty nineteen look door and everybody left up people like like like the seven doors, and he built a little cottages and little things were they actually little people that he had hired. They look in the pictures. I gotta say that sounds awesome. There is have you seen the vice device piece about the little person theme park in China. There is actually there's some little some some amusement park up in the mountains in China that all these little people with different kinds of dwarfism are there like it's kind of it's like simultaneously, very awful, obviously. But also kind of cool because they have their own little community where they're all living together. And it's super everybody's super feeling normative. And like so anyway, check out vice it's really cool. It's edgy journalism. It's like journalism, but in a different kind of like warlike on drugs way. Okay. They curse. Easily offended. I wouldn't go to that low. Yeah. Don't do it. No. It's on the edge for sure. Not like tonight's squeaky clean. Disneyland. Puckett's? Let's talk about the holocaust Chris now. Okay. So. Yeah. One of those all year long to build one of those come down and see the doors wiggle around and do their little thing. It was originally called dwarf d land. The saddest place on earth problems twenty years like he tried it. And then people would write letters and say, I wanna come to California and see the the home of Mickey Mouse. And I want to go to the Walt Disney studio. Let's go find he's it's just a bunch of warehouses. There's nothing happening here Mickey's not here. So they that was what he would write back to the kids. That's like more heartbreaking than your story. Mickey's not really actually just drawing so grow the fuck up and comb, your hair, your mother, fucker and. Also, the Jews owned the Bank. But I wanna do. So, you know, he thought people come here with nothing to see put up a little a little a little amusement somewhere. And and just volved over over fifteen twenty years already all heretical nothing. Nothing been built he just for fifty twenty years ruminated over the idea a place where Mickey lived or whatever that meant in Burbank next studio where the one thirty four freeway where the cone emission building in Burbank. There's actually a lot they're still never got built on. It's still just empty land injury did anything with this in the city of Burbank. They're making making blackish land. They're doing a whole theme park around blackish ABC merged with Disney black as ABC property. If you do the math. I think that the joke is not funny. Okay. So you're saying fifteen years after invented Mickey Mouse was when he got the idea for it. And then fifteen years. Mickey and then fifteen sixteen seventeen years after after work land. He had this this land trading city Burbank to allow it to be built there anything we don't want to squawking carnival. And we don't want people fall in the river. And we don't want this nonsense because if you think about what was before it is it's like, rotten, seaside, amusement parks, and beer and. Those guns that shoot the clowns, you know. And and it's it's not it's not it's not what he had in mind. But he couldn't nobody understood what this was. So there was no such thing as a modern amusement park before Europe. There are some very genteel par-three gets little miniatures, right? Like back at world in Paris, or whatever. Breathe Bill and things like that. Yeah. And that was not something that most Americans were familiar with right? But you know. He can convince the television networks or the banks or his own brother that it was a good idea to do this the banks. Yeah. I get it. One of the TV networks stood him up for the meeting city Burbank turned him down. There's a picture of his brother likes. What are you talking about when he's trying to he's like animatedly telling him? Oh, and it's going to have a castle on the brothers. Like what? No, what do you mean? And there wouldn't give him any money to do. So I mean at this point like how how powerful is Disney as a company that just like like another animation studio is actually a really big downturn. Because in World War Two they were making training films for the military. And then there was a strike, and then it was kind of a down period intelligence coming in and killing movie these newsmen training fills. Yeah. They're making war film every go back to World War Two. What are those Mickey? But. All right. Fuck you guys. Okay. So it was kind of a bleak time for the whole movie industry. That's like three D came out when like. When like white screen movies in color, and like come back to the movie theater television horrible. You wanna come see it in the theater, and so they were. They had this great back back catalogue of all the enemy that cartoons. But but they wouldn't let anybody have those unless they wanted to support Disneyland. Oh, so he was straight up obsessed though, he totally the buildings part because he had been it had been doing his head for so many years and the studios going not having a good good financial times. And he just thought to have the time to do this park. I have -bility build it and his brother gave them something like ten thousand dollars to build this park that would ultimately cost seventeen million dollars and that wasn't enough to do anything. So he threw a whole variety of of schemes you're selling his house and his insurance policy selling his name to the studio. He found and selling the rights to the animated films to television and starting TV show called Disneyland. The TV show called Disneyland predated the part by year. And it was like a commercial. It was like an hour. One commercial every week for a place that didn't exist. Place. It didn't exist. They were fake news. Can you if you're a kid in the fifties watching that and every week it's like it's coming? It's coming like a year of that, you know, and then finally opens and. You know, it's the craziest thing. Tell me about opening day wasn't that kind of an insane debacle. Well, I thought one of the tickets in the in the company archives, and I've seen a bunch of these like press preview day. So that's that's considered opening day. But there's a little box on some of them that just says how many people do you want to come with you on your and your ticket, and you could write one or two, but some people would write any number on it, you know. And so there were tens of thousands of people that weren't supposed to be there. The didn't work the asphalt was still kind of soft and that kind of thing, but by by the end of the summer, and by you know, by the next year it starts threes. We know we know now. What would the like rides? Well, the most fantasy land was in place jungle cruise is still there. There's a lot of fifty stuff still Disneyland. It's still intact jungle cruise story. Breida? Yes. Chippendale up out of the river, your air, still sucks and swam away. No. But would be a funny anecdote. Oh, the hurt from me. I'm sorry. Just trying to keep that Tippett memory. I was on the cruise, and you know, at this point. It's a little bit boring. Right. It's like oh. Or the cruise. Have you seen the backside of water? Oh that one the best picture it. Did. It was great. The backside of what that come on. You guys that one I believe in the end of the jungle cruise he says like thank you for coming on this cruise. Does this like whole? Thing at the end where he talks about the cruise, and you can say spiel were Jewish. Say spiel as going to say spiel, and then I just pick one. So I came motion. What what's correct Beal would be correct. But the most Jewish thing is spiel Burg you put those together. I mean, you've got captain. Okay. So at the end, he says nineteen forty two the the star year in in mid sentence. Couldn't like we were all half listening. We're like, wait. What did he just say about nineteen forty two being the best year? Basically. That's what what the sentence was. And so my friend Beth didn't going there since she was a kid when I was like, what are you talking about nineteen forty two being the best? And he said that's just what we're supposed to sing. What is it? Oh my God. What happened in forty two war? Skipper said that's what I'm supposed to say. Wow. That is crazy voice. Hit me to say. Do you have you do you have so many Disney stories the first one, I remember I was about ten or eleven you've been waiting in the pocket for me that question they had you on mushrooms or you want no mushroom. They had on. May the skipper of the juggle crew said what what's nineteen forty to take these mushrooms and you'll understand on main street. They had this like magic shop, and you could buy. The gum that turns your tongue black or whatever. And I bought a hand one of those electric, canned buzzers and. And I was wearing it all day around Disneyland at one point. I saw Mickey and he's taking photos with kids in like shaking hands. Ended up. I shook Mickey's hand the shit out of him. And I just heard from inside the hood fucker. And he started chasing me. Off is like I got promoted from being Dale for this bullshit. Our on him. Worry a great story. I wonder what you've done if you'd caught you. I don't know man scary. All right. So you got more. I'm gonna come back to you throughout the evening. Steve Martin famously worked in that true. That's right. Right. And he performed in the theater there. So describe with the Disneyland that was built in the very beginning. Well, how did it? How would it differ from what we have now? Well, I mean, they were certainly very obsessive about certain things. But then huge open tracts of land were still there. You know, the Matterhorn is is a dirty pile where what the dirt excavated from the from the rivers because dumped Tomorrowland has a couple of attraction if you things going on. But generally allow open space, you know, and the frontier land is like as open as a real desert not not a lot going on there. But you could ride on on a concert a wagon. You could write the rock sort of did this spinning around thing you where they were gonna top on you. And and then you could you. You take the new or the Thompson island was still there. But, you know, Disney progresses slowly, and if you knew attracted rather, and then nine bunch of tractions are added. But then by the crescendo, it's like building building building and by nineteen sixty seven when Walt is sixty six the chapter nine. To me, curt that's the store year six. Bucket. Get bent, Walt Disney. Here's the truth seeker know opinions on this a love ABC at. I'm really I'm just I just wanna find out. What's really happened? You know, you're busy land truth. Just if raising this like peeking, it's like, it's great. It's great. And then we'll dive than you know. Then what then it just kind of falls apart. Wait, really? Yeah. There's the company is the brother takes before we go there. What was the what did the peak? Look the peak was like get earned those mushroom stories. Cocktail readies because we're talking about. Okay. Pirates new Tomorrowland? Just space just really groovy great stuff. And then you've been able to stuff New York world's fair, which they had never done that before they built four attractions for the fair in New York. And when it was Doug Lincoln Lincoln, including small world, we need built those those were built independently Bilbo's in Burbank for the for the near for ship them to New York kept them there for two years and brought him back and and carousel progress. And these giant dinosaurs? That are still on the railroad. Now primeval world is called and all that stuff. You know, every like eating I read the story when Pixar with making new movies every movie they would try to conquer some technical thing. They couldn't do they couldn't do water. They couldn't do for every movie they would try to achieve some new thing. And that's kind of what was happening with the world's fair is a, you know, the Tiki room birds. But then like a year later, they got a full human. They had Lincoln, you know, the robot Lincoln, and that was a huge achievement in every one of them. Had some new like the Omni mover vehicle in the Honey mansion, or and and in the inner space and was like the idea was based on a ride vehicle for the New York world's fair. But it was like a never ending track constantly load and load and low people in what is called the Omni mover vehicle that you get in. When you go in the Honey mansion or you go into the Mr. toads wild ride, the never ending track of cars that was a big deal, and they invented that the roller coaster that goes around the you don't stop your car. The car's keep on coming. Whether you're getting it or not and that was invented by a completely incredible guy. That was my total secret weapon on this book named Bob Gurr, who's eighty seven years old and started there his Twenty-three designing cars, and he like, he's he's like a athlete mountain biker burning man guy. And ten really totally guy with the last name girl. I would never have. And he he's so cool. He was telling me. No, yeah. I had to get under the teacup rides while it was going to kind of check for check for check for things that need to be welded was running and he just like just the most active guy and at eighty seven I haven't buzzing, I'm buzzing the airport. My homemade glider speaking, Steve tell me a story of Disneyland on mushroom. I didn't do mushrooms, very stoned. Most of the time one time when my this was also a stone. But as a child, and this was back in the day when they didn't have a pass, it was a book of tickets, and you can probably touch on that more than more than I can't can they had looks like he could do more than touch on it. Oh, my God his iphone forward thinking that Walt Disney back van made an iphone case. How did he even know to do that word thing on me mover? That's crazy. They had these I don't know if they still have the sky buckets, the like, the aerial tram thing and me, and my friend probably twelve or thirteen or writing on the buckets, and they take you from one side of the park to the other. And you can look over the edge. My friend was the whole ride in these buckets spitting on people from like fifty feet up in the air. And that's why we don't ask about it probably is. And then we get to the other side, and we jump out of the bucket and some guy grabs my friend by the shoulder. He I'm Bob girl. Appreciate what's going burning, man. But now, I'm gonna kick your ass. He takes his ticket book and writes Geiss bidder on. So that everyone knows to watch. Cried for like half an hour because he had been marked as the skies Spitzer, this every story is about a staff member acting completely inappropriately. Friend was more inappropriate anymore abuse stories from the Disneyland staff. Thank you like now that we're talking about Chippendale. I do think I buried it. Because I have had this recurring dream about a bathroom tendon in this. Land is inappropriate. But there was never bathroom attendants disneyla- don't think so. I don't think so. It's like, Rick gipper guy. Yeah. Exactly. Harry man, not wearing pants, but wearing a white shirt like Chipper Dale have you ever been to Disneyland? I got a lot of questions until they're cleared up on not going what do you got through? So I just wanna know. I just wanna know what goes on kind of freaky shit you up to. But I do think we have to address like that is the one thing I do know about Disney's or that's a rumor that I've heard is any was like a big anti-semite that troop are you allowed to say having written a book called anybody who worked for him who said that to me. Okay. Folks, folks of the Jewish persuasion, and they've they've never said anything, by the way, I've mentioned that is what we liked to be called. That was very respectful. I am a folk of the do persuasion, and I say to you. I don't know if I've heard that about Disney over I don't know about Disney. Oh, wow. Clause. I don't know anything about it. It's not like coming in queues anybody. You know what I'm saying? But yeah, just thought we maybe would be getting into it. This being all about Disney what's all about Disneyland. And I know the truth is, even if you're virulent anti Semite if you and this is Tom lunatic rule, if you create a amusement park of enough joy that get that that the slate gets wiped clean on every import. Yeah. Actually as a people forgiven him for whatever he may have done because it's fun. They got dole whip they got all kinds of fun. Well, then I'm on board out. I'll take my daughter there. One of those little what do you call your little scrolling thing you put on the door. What I like Rowley? Listen folks of the Jewish suasion. I enjoyed Chris scrolling things you put on the door. And I was like an. I was one of those on main street on means if the doctor's office that seat of. Why did you put it out? The the the longshoremen's doc like come on. Come up. That's interesting. On the doctor's office. What a bizarre detail righty. Chris was there ever minora in pirates in the window Irving? Treasure room. There's a Ken the candelabra to know. It's. It's a used to be there when everything is on fire. Pictures. I screw this is like I did not know getting fucking ambush tonight. The Anti-Defamation League. Got it confirmed. Whether you got up in the audience, what do you say there was what? There was a minora while we settled it. Hold up. Put wanna hear this here? Are you? Are you all the way in the top? Oh shit. I can't do it. There wasn't. And they change things that right all the time at the part where burning. The facility of of a Menora. Tire. But then one day, it was just gone example. It was there, but they moved it. I don't know. Why? I'm so glad this disembodied voice with me. Agrees with me because I thinking I was crazy seriously. The whole scenes on fire, but the minora really sort of glows brightly burning. I do not air for this. They're like is. On fire. We need a doctor doctors house all the treasure. Chest pirates are full of guilt. Those terrible pirates. We got all these chocolate coins. It's gonna be me. Marada? Pirates one of the first rights pirates from that same Picquier like right right after world dies much after wall. Dive is. What do you guys think is the best ride the classic ride at Disneyland? Space mountain that. Yeah. What year space mountain made seventy seven. So that's post Disney, and that's dope. Bri. It is. The folks of the Jewish persuasion. Maybe like that drawings from from the mid sixties. I mean that they didn't they didn't find a backer for it until later. Space is dote because it's like fucking roller coaster in Dr Who would have thought about that. It's so great. It's in Kurt. It's in the fuck you would like it. I've been at DisneyWorld, right? Never I had ethics and boundaries Florida. Only. No, I haven't had a chance to go to Disneyland. I really have this. We are trying to have a gut, Dan perspective comedy. All right. Chose. Semitism. Comedy sewn? Gotta have something my name's Kirk Brown. I gotta come out hard against the nuts. Steve do you have any do you have any other stories? Other tales like that. Byron allen. Steve you with a girlfriend that Disney land. I wasn't actually trying to get there. You just said you had so many the beginning. I last time I went to Disneyland my girlfriend out there. Years ago. Disneyland. Yeah. That's how I remember it like in the parking before, you know, after at least you got a good day arrived just seem so happy. Wait. It wasn't like because you were fighting you knew. No, no. Tell the story of down to move off knows miserable. Hot day in the lines are just ridiculous it Disneyland and so expensive Chris what's up with that? The folks that have Daniel passes like to blame them. My sister here family of six or seven people all these passes and people after school. Let's go down Disneyland and grow I work with three days a week. She drives down the Anaheim and kind of pay. These pieces. Shit. It's Berman vermin when it's a hundred bucks to get one of these one of these phone cases ticket ticket Beth you treat it differently. That's interesting. What about what about the gangs? You know about the Disneyland gay a motorcycle. I just read also a really great piece on the ice. You guys. Poke law that it's so. We don't want your Pulitzer pitch. But. But. But what are they will? I think that case was like about. Taxes or protection money or something? You wanna come into to? And you go to pay us our protection, really gang. They have some sort of. I mean, an odd thing quite understand it they they take ownership of their little turf that they're in. And I think there was a charity like a charity motorcycle ri- they were trying to do. And I don't know they were trying to collect the big to enter the what the Vig mobster say about taxation, or like, you know. All right. You guys know the big thing somebody I've never heard the big eight the lady who knows about the minora big. Thank you. Supporting you wanna wants to like, yes. Every single. Yes. Sir minority. It's a wonderful place. A brighter. You never said what's your favorite ride? I would have to go with pirates because of the Manar. Like pirates cool in there. They have created when you. Pirate voice when you're like, you know, you haven't gone down the speed Colin crossbones talking before you go down the guy in the Kevin. Is he the one that's warning you or is it like now when when you go through the like the midst and there's the Saul. Maybe that's what she heard Trustor. Kim's? Man. Those pirates didn't know how to act tell you. I also like that you're in a restaurant you're behind the blue by. Cristo sandwiches and outdoor exactly know fireflies. Crickets, crickets, I love as a comedian. I love the sound of crickets. One of my favorites. Gone. They took that missed out recently what missed chemicals and. Michael, it's all you are such an apologist incredible. Perfect. What was roaming bromine? It's not a chemical. Occurring substance originally, originally, it was like on be. But that's a good joke. All right. Now, what about Doritos, do, you know about the Doritos connection? Disneyland helped invent the dorito that story about the CASA Fritos restaurants Fritos where they. Excess tortillas the end of the night, and despite them up talk with these on them and while out three does and. The custody restaurant had the coolest little critter. There's the little character mascot frito that look like a Bob's big boy and you put a quarter in 'em. And he'd say he'd call out to frame of the mount, hey, Klondike down another bag those delicious Fritos, and you get will come to a little song, and it would come to shoot like your panther goal. Wow. That is not the voice, I expect it to come out of the little mascot at the CASA de Fritos at nineteen sixty one other expecting some extreme racism right there. But instead of Klondike bring us, more tortilla chips. Cool. They were woke back. That's great. But they were woke do, you know about my next question here. I have a car that says racist hiring do you know about that nothing about that? There was a whole thing that that people were upset because this land wouldn't hire African American staffers. There side burn lane. Oh. Dot mustaches. No it was. I'm sure more. And then there was something weird because because they would hire Asian people, but not African American people, and it wasn't until there were some protests that occurred that Disneyland finally opened up their hiring of Martin Luther King on bass two hundred well. Well, Martin Luther King is never been used as a panacea for white racist stuff. Okay. We'll move on. How did Disney Disney convince people to show up in the versus how it become a hit? It was his show, and they build these big towers in the in the the orange groves before they turn anything down the first thing they built with these like radio transmission look in towers, and they had not stop motion. But what is it called? When you when you speed up the film? It's well, hyper lapse, hyper lapse, we'll call it that. That was invented by Bob girls. So they film the park coming coming coming up on the ground in. And so they would run that on the show. They would run wall with models of the year. We're going to go to a boat. It's gonna go through the jungle. It's going to be fantastic. And every week there'd be like a new like new cartoon about it or there'd be a. Model or there'd be a great story about with come in every week every week every week for a year. And then boom it appeared. It was real. What do you think is? I'm just thinking about Walt Disney like, here's a creative Mickey Mouse, and goofy and Donald Duck, and Yogi bear just kidding, just if you're listening everybody and thunder cats, and he man and see Ron man at arms. You know, what I'm saying stimpy? Fuck Rick Morty, all these things, right? No. Here's your he created all this entertainment to sort of media. And then also had a brain that was able to envision these rides. That were like, do you think he was like a fun genius? Like what what was the particular Q like most animators like I don't think Dan Harmon, you know, or whatever were like now create a creative roller coaster. I've got the perfect twenty. You know, what I mean recording this? Right now, the taking a photo he's talking shit. Rollercoaster. Sternly worded Email go on that. Ruler. I think that he's been in movie business for twenty five years, and he was kind of not as enthused about it. Maybe if used to be when he was twenty twenty one years old and doing it. And so he. Kind of left that to the people that were still running the studio started his own thing. Oh, he moved away from Disney animation wasn't involved with it lawn. So interesting, but he was poaching people from enemies to come over and work for Disneyland because it was all on the same property. So he could go in. One of the people in the book is great art one of my favorite artists. It was working on it and enrolling Crump. And he rolly Crump RO L. Why don't they mean people like that? Now, they used to have the coolest names that in like the fifties. Then we went into the Britney era, you know, the the Amy era, and then now it's all like name of people after like eighteen hundred I want Rowley Crump's in the world. You know what I mean? Although I will say I took my daughter to like a baby class today. Her first one first day like school ever. And there were all these the babies, and they were named all classics overlaid things like, you know, like, yeah. Just like exactly what you would imagine. And there was one baby named Kevin. Hey, Kevin getaway here come on. Come on over. I loved it. Anyway, I don't know what the Rowley head really Trump is sort of sorry to my mom knew someone named Fonda Dix. Really Crump and fun. Burlesque dancer. You ever heard of puns or? Primes onto discs. My brotherhood part of them did. Well, this is my brother had classmate named fat Kwach. Quat and Brent wind Bach new classmate named literally name kiddie porn. Really important. Yeah. It was tied name, and it was kiddie porn and intense. Anyway, back to roll econ crumples the studio and he had a boring job in between or something. They they Bill in this Bill in the space between between cells, and he was an animator like it. And when you are named rolly Crump, do you have to give a job interview at an animation studio or do they hire you? Your name's what? Yeah, you could start. Twirly mustache when you got the what do they call really mustache Mizzou's? That's right. His job. And so he was trying wanted to get out of it. So apparently anybody that wanted to put a little art show up in the library. And so walk into the library and saw his his crazy art show. Gimme that guy. And so he brought him over to the park. And he he helped us a major designer of it's a small world and all kinds of stuff. He's having a show on Saturday that oh he's still around Rowley still around. He's still rolling in bugger. We're going to do a show on Saturday Broglie girl. The satellite. Lille hamburger. Kerr crump. Settlers question question. That's how you do podcast interviewing right as you say questioned, and then you pose the question already doing that. Right. Wow. You're acting like a real Rowley clump right now. I've been busy. Disneyland. The you didn't answer what's your favorite. Right. You know? I don't know that I would have appreciated it as much as I do. Now. Almost everybody I interviewed for this put seems to have worked on it small world and appreciating each one of their talents as much as I do every artists that I just think that peak of Disneyland all worked on small world. And so I really I really love it. I think it's great. I wonder what the wonder if people are more because I feel like everyone's more cynical now because of the internet and also the melting ice caps and also the end of the world and pending and stuff I wonder if people are like less into it's a small world, like if you're just like here people in the cars, like get fucked or whatever go, it's such a sincere ri- if you've been on Naveh, Kurt. Yeah. They have the Florida version though, they don't do. It's totally different. It's real. It's all it's all just math and. Mostly man, I'll tell you. What do I is killer mosquitoes? Oh, actually, we shouldn't make fun of Florida. All right. Right to Florida. This is gonna come out like a month to anyway. Whatever this been a lot of fun awkward moments, Chris, but here's one here's one that. I'll put you. What's the worst right at Disney in your opinion? The worst. Gee whiz. Rolley? Well, ask them to cut off his tongue. Right. Land getting in. I don't I don't particularly care waiting in line to be frisked when I go Disneyland. There's a cop out. But okay. What about you? What do you think? It's not there anymore, but the Smith family Robinson house pretty suck pretty hard. Well, how do you feel about the Tarzan? I don't care about that either. What's what's up with? It giant tree is a was a three for the for the Swiss family Robinson. Oh, and then they made a Tarzan while they wanted to upgrade they want to update a little bit. Closer Robinson, just kind of outdated. Let's do Tarzan baby. No right to it. You just walk the ride. Threw it walk around. I imagine nation for him. I have to do his work because I'm a young woman. Steve Jewish but. That's something. It's cool as a woman of the folk of the folks of the female persuasion. See, what's your least favorite, right? Probably bobbing for apples and Mr. toad spit bucket. Bobbing for Apple's part of all the right? They don't do that. Remember that was a thing bobbing for apples. And I do remember so goes. I hall of presidents. Florida. They had one in the we have one president ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Geez. Christmas throwing down the gauntlet right now. Same Florida, mother fucker. That's bullshit. Kurt used a visit. Loved epcot. I thought it was a real place. You don't like Epcot. Why are you oughta curl? What do you? What do you not like about con? I like to other places are cool. What do you think of the Lou? You're a booster. Okay. So I think I've asked you all the questions that I wanted to. But I wanna know what what do you think? Like, what do you think the power of Disneyland is why do you think it the way that it did it is because of the sincerity of the happiest place on earth is the rides is the intellectual property. What do you think why do you look Disneyland so much? I I s he answers audience questions. I'm gonna come up and get some questions from you in a second as well. So raise your hand three-dimensional storytelling in and we're all do you get that? Or you have something all around you. And you you hear it see it, and you smell it, and you touch it. And it's just a real thing and the transport you to somewhere else and tells you compelling story for two or three or five minutes, and it's and it's it's more real, you know, this is vented its belief. You know, if you use real materials and use iron instead of plastic and you build things that are believable. Puts you in a different mindset, and you can transport yourself to the Caribbean or two main street or do, you know, whatever it is kind of interesting that he create. Unlike that answer, good answer. And it's interesting because did you have something on that? It's a good answer. Because it's like you're saying they created Disneyland. There was no sort of corollary to it at least in America. There's no there's no comparison, he basically invented the modern amusement park and yet the amusement park. Does. There aren't a lot of music perks really Meerer that kind of experience most amusement parks about extreme rides. And like you just go buy a big thing of like caramel corn? And then puke it up on the creepiest roller coaster, like why do you think people don't wanna adventures for why? Well, but I mean, like really extreme like six flags type of place. Why do you think is it that no one's been able to or why aren't there more places like that? I mean, if you think about what the places that are like that are there their colonial Williamsburg there. Henry Ford Deerfield village Santa land. Well, I mean, they're place yet, just reopening Santillan. It's like. Hang open athletic gymnasium. I don't understand that. At all. I mean, I don't understand that at all either say to be fair. Going in the Bubby ride. Now you bicycle your way down the track in the gym drives an hour in the mountains to go to gymnasium. I'll tell you who does stick long rolly Crump does with his buddy Klondike that dorito inventor. Do you know anything about children's fair? Yeah, you're right. Kurt was fucking funny. Funny names. Anything about children's fairyland and Oakland's even inspiration to because that's where I went when I was a kid as a young ferry. We had my birthday parties there as a little kid. Plastic. Yeah. It's a whole thing. That's based on like fairytales, and they will give you a key. And you put it into a lock and you turn the key. And then there's a recording of a story, and and they're still open. Yeah. But was it an inspiration business very much inspiration? So wall went there any like it so much hired away their their director at work for Disneyland. And she was there for like twenty years. It's also where he saw the car appel about no anti car. And that's how we hired this company up in Mountain View to do all the other other ride vehicles. Aero engineering is the company that made everything for the park. And so you could just buy off the shelf monorail above into the Monterey. But you can't buy off the shelf, Mr. lover about the towed car. I can't wait is this that you're doing your one man show girl going into the future. It's so this outfit of Mountainview made made these vehicle actually speaking above gir- burning man and the monorail. Visit true story, I think three years ago at burning man someone brought a monorail car, and they drove through the front gate, and I climbed I got the climb into it. And it's like it was like a decommissioned monorail that he purchased on the private market. Do you know anything about people being able to buy monorail cars was just a big auction of eight million dollars worth of Disneyland stuff that was taken out of the park somehow? Style way bucket. Oh, it was stolen stuff. Are there any questions from the audience front? I've heard a lot of stories about Disney jail. And I wanted to know if you had anything to say about that and also whether or not it was designed by Bob her. Steve probably been Halford. Disney jail. Have you ever been? No, do you know anything about it? Chris. Well, I have a friend that collects vintage clothing, and she owned a security jacket from the sixties and she wore it to the park, which is a big. No, no. And she was stopped and taken away and told that she needed to give it back. Oh, it's a Disney security jackets. Oh, wow. And they said, you know, this is property have to give it back, and she didn't want to get back in the and they threaten to call the PD, and and she gave it to them. But they don't they don't have a holding cell. They just have a security rest area a folk of the incarcerated for Swayze. We what about all these secrets of Disneyland. That people always talk about what are those secrets gee with their secret sauce. Ac- Brighty Turkey legs, Email, right? Oh my God writing. That's a rumor. That movie because it's way easier to get your hands on fresh cock e turkeys, America. It is wanted die. What's that wanted die? Seidl their World Health Day mental Health Day, by the way, everybody. There is a trait. I mean, the Lilly Belle train the train KOMO. So there's a there's a little luxuriance fake Victorian train car that you can ride. And if you get there early in the Astro nice, let ya, oh that's cool in the strain car, and there's like secret like buildings, and aren't there's also tunnels running underneath everything. Right. Those are Cape tunnels. That's only people with only in Florida why? Because of the lot of the here. Florida or apparently emptied from below. They're called utility doors. Fucking Florida man, of course over here. What's the deal with the secret? The restaurant that supreme court justices and other famous people get to go to I was there a couple of weeks ago club thirty three pirates and. I mean, it it got a big remodel it kind of feels like a. Like is if a fine historic hotel kept evolving like what it would look like today. But you know, they put a little three three on the coffee. That was weird on the foam of the coffee at the little. And then if you match them up, it's eight. Hells Angels or something like no hail. Nazi thing. I know that. Yeah. Definitely they used to love saying, that's what little. The restroom. There was little rolls of cotton. They were four how do you get into club thirty three like if I wanted to go. How would I practice typically UV via member? Yeah. Who's paying tens of thousands of dollars to be a member? But you know, the membership is always closed every ten years will open up for a while. So it costs tens of thousands of dollars. And you can't just do it willy nilly. You have to be they have to allow you. Yes. They're not accepting applications. I wasn't asking personally just trying to show you. Show you. Are there any other going here? Do you have any background on hidden Mickey's? And when they kind of came into presence in the park, it makes these are actually there's a bar in Silverlake the actually watch out for those. It's really intense. In the eighties. I did actually read about that. But it was like plates. I think there was a play place. It was the first one, and you know, just kind of cute little thing. Imagine here. People throw in. There's a cute little people Jin near. I was like Chris losses. Damn. Just three three circle. You know, you see it in the in the pavement, sometimes it and railings and cute. Feel like Christmas secret pick that is the most negative you've been to. Everything taught me about fucking Nikki's fuck out of here with bro. Mickens grow cute. It's cute. Another question here. How do you feel about Star Wars land being attached to Disneyland? I was real real worried. I realized that Preservationists I got I got really anxious, you know. But then I gotta give him a lot of credit 'cause they did a really nice job putting the train back. And and they added a few extra things, and it feels I don't know how they made it seem bigger because they trunk it by about a third, but the river seems bigger teams like it spreads out. I mean, what was it? Well, I mean, they took up the top of the rivers of America, and they took out the horsey area. I don't really know as much about this. I'm like clo- and stuff like. But like what what land? What does it taken over sort of paranormal? Series. Dog. Okay. Teen fourteen acres of land which was like a costume shop. What do they call it where they put the horse before they could bring him corral stables workshop area, float storage, and all that gut bulldozed into dirt. And like almost done. It's opening in the summer. The they're going to have to big attractions, and then a they're going to serve liquor for the first time in Disneyland really Cali. That special bar that great, right? Can't can't yet or. Is it true? That people have been decapitated on the thunder mountain. Thunder mountain. Oh. Under mountain, but at club thirty three there's a ritual that I participated. There have been some accidents. There's a whole Zine from the nineties called Disneyland Babylon, which is exclusively dedicated to horrible crimes and and. And what we need. Can you tell us any like what some juicy a story? One is the carousel of progress where you know, the circular theater spend, I know another circular theater, and you know, sometimes you get to get stuck in the little between area and get squished. Hostess young young lady. Hostess was she worked there? Yeah. She worked there and she didn't step out of the way quickly enough. And she got squished. Made it part of the ride. That's what that tyrod is singing about squishy, Trish. Miss tryst pirate. I don't have morality, but I love chocolate money. I was curious about the New Orleans square everywhere else. I haven't been in a while. But I remember like fantasy land cartoon land or something New Orleans seems weirdly specific where that came. Wall. Having achieved the so much could says well being well. You know, maybe it came from it came from pirates as being the big attraction there. But but I mean, it's. You know, it's it's an American history theme park. I mean, that's a big part of it was he wanted to have a history park. And and there was a plan for a revolutionary war area. Edison square. The Raleigh sort of additional history things like frontier land that never got built. Another question over here when I was younger. I got to go to Disney World, and oh my God. We ain't doing that. And we went on space mountain at DisneyWorld. It was for like a like a science like the the gifted kids got to do. Adulation? No need to mention that. Or a lot smarter than the other. That's not really germane to my question. But any rate. We got to go on space mountain with the lights on. And what we were told was that is called smart to understand that dark. Was your to are called ruining imagination. The. What they said was that ride? They take you to the top and everything after you start is all sin triple force. That's really we're one of the markets. Are there any other like engineering? Breakthroughs that Disneyland created well, we might use other life is an engineering breakthrough the Matterhorn the the first circular track real coaster where the wheels are on the side pointing out that I could call gurney. Could explain it to you. I don't really I don't really how it works. But that that was apparently a big breakthrough to have circular. Cylindrical track is that one of the most rare treats that you've ever heard about about this need to be able to do space mountain with the lights on it is pretty rare. I got to go to a party underneath Indiana Jones. That was weird. Wait what areas or? Harrison ford. Under his boot. Welcome back to war, Flint what? What do you mean? Shotley the shop down there that was kinda cool a friend of mine worked at Pixar eating at his birthday party underneath jobs. Pretty great. Well, more questions. Is it true that there's a basketball court the Matterhorn? I have seen a picture of it. If underneath it up. It's up in it somewhere. And this is three too. Yeah. All right. Do have taken me up there yet. Are there any the park next month? Get right up there. Any other questions from anybody in the one one last question here on the finish on? Whoa. The ego. To do worry book and bring it home with a thunderous. It's good to be hold on. I two is one of the smart kids. But in arts program that I was in the theater arts major and that I got this batboy. Okay. Better be good talked about it's a small world. But they only one who sees it as a super versus ride like doesn't western Europe have like a million dioramas, and like sub Saharan Africa's like one everyone has no, no. My my my wife gets upset when we go into America lands. She she thinks that's wrong that shouldn't be in there. And she gets really upset about the Christmas overlay when the whole world is utterly celebrating Christmas. She thinks, but no I mean, I think that gosh. By by real estate. I mean, I don't know. Maybe it's maybe it's equal. I guess I'd have to do the math on it this guy here too. You're saying also that the characters are kind of stereotypical and the western European actually in a weird way. I felt like they really leaned into one area of western Europe. Right. Kind of more northern Germanic area of western Europe. And yeah, doctor Dr character, and perhaps the doctor wasn't welcome in the small world time for you to go because I'm Belinda. Thank you very much. Oh, by the way, Chris nickel. You could do that. Got this book. It's called Walt Disney's Disneyland. It's beautiful. He actually has some copies it'll be selling out. And and if you are listening at home, you can get it where something like that get it on Amazon give applause for everybody here tonight. Righty Kerr Brown. Chris nichols. Thank you very much for coming out and see a Disneyland.

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Would You Rather with Steve Agee, Maddy and Kyle!

The Big Ones

19:00 min | 9 months ago

Would You Rather with Steve Agee, Maddy and Kyle!

"Food production hey everyone. It's Amanda of those back here with some good news as a little treat during this difficult time Maria and I are going to be releasing daily big ones through Friday. These are bonus episodes where we answer your dear big ones. We play a game of. Would you rather with our listeners? Or maybe Maria and I just kind of talk doing Improv or something. I don't know exactly what they're going to be. But I think if you like the podcast you're GonNa like these so make sure to email us your dear big ones at the big ones podcast at G. Mail DOT COM. And you'll be hearing our voices so much. You're going to be screaming. Got them out a year. Hello everyone and welcome to bonus episode. Today we have Steve. Ag and we have two guests here big ones listeners. Let's bring them in a manner that okay. Okay welcome Maddie cripe and Kyle Gray eighteen. Where are they mattie? Kyle Hi guys. They're on mute. I knew it bottom of your screen. Kyle setup he has a whole setup he must be professional sound man. He's a professional quarantine or high right. There we go. Mattie High Guy Got Mad he. Kyle's audio your little low attorney answer levels and you guys. I think he he bought equipment. He bought all that equipment just to be on the would you rather? I like Matty's setup behind her. It's very beautiful. Where are you? Where are you coming? Matty I'm in Central Oregon Lou like near sisters and bend okay Are you still living in Ashland Oregon awesome? You did the Shakespeare Festival. I went to the Shakespeare. Still you've played a mean Voglio. That's right in Kyle. Where are you? I'm in Tucson Arizona. Wow we're all over the West Right. You guys know Steve. Ag Right. I mean. What are you doing Marie? I'm trying to point to you but I get to. We all have different. Layouts you rely on my screen you're pointing at Mattie. Yeah you're pointing at no one online. Well thank you so much for being on what we're doing now is. I know we were putting these in the main episodes before. But now we're GONNA add these woody rathers as a bonus episode her So thanks for being on so we're going to just play a quick game of would you rather or did you ask them any more questions. Amanda like what they do or yes. Let's yeah like what are you guys. Do for a living not like our careers. Define US. But you could say like if you don't want to do for a living you could say your favorite hobby right While I was a ski instructor. Okay so that does define you. Yes and and that got shut down about a month ago so I've been doing pretty much. Nothing was Mount Hood. It was at Mount Bachelor band. Yeah wow the sister bachelor now bachelor party. Yeah Oh boy and Kyle. What's going on with your deal. What makes you tick? I'm a mechanical engineer? I work with a drones primarily and I also do ceramics on the side ooh dynamic. Are we talking military drones or like a recreational drones half-and-half really So some government. Work some You know just small. Businesses law used for various purposes He's been cagey. He can't really say yeah he can't say what how much for ceramic drone For Clay alone. It's probably at least ten case. Oh really what's the what's the discount? What's what's the Company discount if you use the codes of big one you get ten percent off at checkout good. That's in your recording. This right I gotcha their their their things to you. Guys recording your ends or go. I didn't tell them to. Oh okay well next time tell them but yeah. I should be getting it. 'cause he went. Well Yeah Kyle is but bad guys nudity. So Maria just real quick so when I upload the files to you in the past you've gotten the their files. Okay then we're on our guys. Are you ready for a quick game of would you rather yes now this okay? This one is going. These are going to be a lot of fun. So I'M GONNA. I'M NOT CONVINCED. Toll your face She has to say that all right Mattie Mattie this one's for you would you rather get caught singing in the mirror or spying on your crush horrible sinclair. Though I would say spying on my crush house how much spying like a my other house laws. It God God. I'm also a worse. Fear of getting caught somewhere. I'm not supposed to be okay. I guess singing in the air it would be but what if your it's your crushes mirror and you're out there so you get caught I don't like hiding. I guess I'd rather spe- out in the open Listen to this one is for. Kyle you ready. This is going to be hard. Would you rather kiss a jellyfish or step on a crab? That's not hard it is under. I don't want to really touch jellyfish anyways. Kissing them so yeah. I think I'd rather step on a crap Bingo. That's obvious Maria. I don't know I didn't know all right. This one's for Steve. Would you rather kiss a jellyfish or stepped on Maria? It's it's the same thing Steve. I promise you get Stung Maria. Would you rather kiss Marie? Our stuff on the ground. Sick Steve's and then I'll ask you Maria okay all right similar so stupid okay Steve. Would you rather come back to life as a lazy cat or an energetic dog? Energetic dog really think that dogs have energy because they're happy I don't feel I feel like laying around would be depressing. You don't like to just lay in the sun belly up that anyway cleaning. Try something different. Okay that's good okay Maria. Would you rather have a squishy marshmallow head or sticky popsicle stick legs a marshmallow head? Okay what sticky like sticky things and that would be really and I already have kind of popsicle stick legs. Craig Calls Them Star Wars delay because the electron lakes. You know there's someone that that's that plays an instrument in the Cantina or something that's all legs and then a little torso and they just like this like this. My legs were like this. Marie is like an electric. Like just a plug in electric plug. I'm an outlet okay. So matty this one's for you would you rather never have to work again or never have to sleep again. Am I her doctor or am I lay sie already? That's that's the I like boy My workout or no I feel like if I say never have to work again. I sound so lazy. I don't think so because you can still do what you want to do. It's just your you don't have to work for money technically if you love your job. You're not working anyway. That's what they say. They did. Love my skiing jobs so but I also didn't Make lots of money to begin with but I I would. I probably never have to work. I like I like sleeping too. Yeah I love sleep find ways to be productive. I think the only time I can shut off and not have to wear my mask Amancio. One for Kyle. Yeah okay so Okay Kyle would rather change a stinky diaper or cleanup BARF. Oh Jesus that's easy now. Is this human barbers like Animal Park. Because I have no issues. With like cat hairball same. I know I'm also the same. Yeah let's say it's human but say in Amanda it's a human. It's an adult diaper to. Oh that makes it a little harder. Yeah They WanNa kiss that Maria now. Don't you rather kissing adult diaper or step on? I guess I would probably go with E. R. I probably run to the hardware store and get a mop and just Ursa like Sawdust or something and just do it old school styles. I don't have to touch it or anything. But Yeah L. Diaper baby diapers. I'm not good with fair. That was a hard but that was that was really upsetting. Actually Amanda that ruined my day. Yeah so Amanda Amanda. This one's for you Abu. Would you rather sit with a resting lion for ten minutes or run across a hungry alligators? Bat Aback Oh lion one hundred percent hands down. That's ten minutes of like thinking. Are they going to wake up or not? Yeah but if they wake up they're probably not going to eat me. I don't think so because what if it's arresting hungry line the thing is it's an adult lion in an adult diaper then. Yes I'm not. I think the line would if especially if it's sleeping woke up it would still be a little bit disoriented so it would take a while to really look at me log me and then decided it wanted to eat me. Plus I think I could have more of a dynamic with the lion whereas the crocodile or alligator alley gallagher and it might be pissed at you for even thinking that it was a crock. Okay but we couldn't really connect is you'd have a lot in common with that alligator. Oh come on you. Bill slither slither. And you both have your sharp teeth. I do have sharp teeth. Okay Mattie yet would you would you are. Some of these are so ridiculous okay Would you rather? Would you rather sorry? Would you? Okay? Do you have a pet? I do I hope you can't hear her whining trying to know. What kind of pet is it a dog? All your ugly all right. Would you rather be able to fly or swim without needing to hold your breath? This is hard because I'm also really bad swimmer. But I've always wanted to fly probably swimming. I think that would be maybe a safer option. In case I ever get into a a drowning situation the ASS yes. It'd be good Steve. Fly hundred percent. Can I tell you? I've had an issue every time I if my entire life from a little kid until now any time. I have a dream where I'm flying. I don't fly like Superman where I'm in a laying on your stomach position. I fly like I'm standing up like a like Second Life member that game second life. No is that what they doing secondhand Kyle knows. Kyle you know second second life. I haven't played in it by about so every dream. I'm flying in the standing position and the whole time. I'm super embarrassed in the dream because I know how dumb it looks. I spend half the time trying to make myself lean forward but it doesn't work all right. This is the final round. And we're all going to have the same question and it's going to come from Amanda Okay. I've got it right here. Would you rather know the history of every object? You touched or be able to talk to animals kyle. Let's start with you. I think I'd rather be able to talk to animals. I think there's a Lotta history objects that I rather not know. Were they thin or done? So that's fair. What they've done murder weapons mattie. I think I agree. I can't think of. I'm sure there are some cool objects out there. Were that would be interesting but right now. I'm not like oh I wish I knew the history of that thing so probably talk to animals and then I could get my dog to tell me what's going on make it a lot easier. She has very specific. Needs Steve the the thing with touching an object knowing its history is it. I touch an object and shoes to know its history or I'm flooded with all this information like every single person that's touched this doorknob every icy so I think it's like at first you're flooded but then as you get used to it you learn to control it. Oh Yeah I'd rather talk to no question. Amanda I love antiquing and I think it would be really cool to. I love when I'm shopping. I also do touch everything you know. I can just imagine myself walking through the store and touch the lamp and I go and I look you fall onto a bunch of antiques and I go. I'll take it. I also think that I could become a detective and work for the FBI and help solve crimes and then out of that. I could get my own reality television show and I don't want my cats thinking about me. I think I'd be upset. Yeah I I kind of feel the same that I don't. I fear talking to animals because I kind of don't want to know what they have to say just because like the they'd probably be just like people in that like you know some of them would be cool but some of them you'd be like okay like Jesus stop like what if you found out. Pickles was racist. Well we screen. Oh my God you guys just a real quick side note I found pickles dad online. I was able to look at her pedigree certificate and I found her dad who had a picture online and he's he looks just like but he's like this beefy guy and he'd like comes from Russia. I don't know really freaked me out. It really freaked me up. He looks like Russian mob. Oh my gosh anyway. Well you guys thank you so much for being on this edition of would you rather with the big ones. I think year who any last words before closing thought. Yeah thanks for having US short notice. I'm glad I could hop on and I'm a huge fan of you. Guys on the PODCAST. Thank you join Atrium. That's right kyle. Thank you and review things US okay. So now we'll all say the big ones together so I'm going to say thanks so much for listening to and then we'll all say okay. Okay okay everyone. Thanks so much for listening to area pass.

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Steve Agee, David Dastmalchian, Amber Nash, Lucky Yates and Chad Daniels guest

Doug Loves Movies

1:11:05 hr | 1 year ago

Steve Agee, David Dastmalchian, Amber Nash, Lucky Yates and Chad Daniels guest

"Go ahead you. Hey Hey everybody a good news bad news. The bad news is that a chunk of this show went unrecorded due to a computer error but the good news is a lot of it did get recorded starting at the point where where I ask all my guess what the last movie they saw was so I'm going to try to recreate what you've missed first and then we'll go pick up the show from their make sense. I hope so my name is Doug. I love movies and Yangyang New comedy once again from one of my favorite venues to do this show when it gets recorded properly the variety he play house in Atlanta Georgia. It's Saturday September seven twenty and nineteen my girlfriend's birthday yeah and I'm sure the name tags are amazing so I didn't even let them show me. The name tags like we'll talk about that later. Doug plugs Tuesday nights timber tenth Douglas Movies is back. ECB Franklin in La and I'll tell you guys right now. It's GonNa be a good one tomorrow night. We're going to have the director and some of the stars of between two ferns the movie but you didn't hear it here for me. Saturday Saturday September fourteenth Douglas Movies back at Helium in Portland Oregon and then on Sunday. I'm doing stand up at the same venue you both of those shows are at four twenty and tickets are on sale now for twelve Christmas in New York City on December her first for all my dates and deeds and legs go to Douglas Movies Dot Com. I did a dugout to Jo peppis who couldn't be here <hes> today because he sick and then I made some genera disease jokes are probably inappropriate <hes> because there was a break out of it recently at a hotel in Atlanta and you know highlight to bring the local humor and then I said from the corrections department have been Tom Hanks is also a captain in forrest gump shrimp boat captain. I could argue that I met movies where Tom Hanks's a captain all the way through but also someone said to me he was a captain of all the prison guards in the Green Mile to which the corrections department says whatever over all I also mentioned I co produced a short <hes> that <hes> is in a competition in the Awesome Austin Texas festival fantastic fest SA- goto fantastic fest dot com slash bumper slash police. That's spelled P. O. L. Y. B. I. I U S if you WanNa Watch it and possibly vote for it so all of that happened I brought out my prizes which included a book that I got in Colorado about Colorado now a Doug Benson Pin from rock and pins and t shirt that drew Carey gave me that an audience member gave him at prices right. It was a real fun story. Sorry you guys missed out on that and that I brought out the guests lucky Yates Amber Nash David Dastmaltchan Steve. Ag and Chad Daniels crowd went crazy ever Nash of course you know as the voice of Pam on Archer the Voice of Dr Krieger Lucky Yates Gates is back for his second appearance. I thanked him for bringing Pam and we discussed how that's pretty much. The only reason I invited him back was just to get her there where it was all in good fun and then another first time or David Malchin whose name is difficult to pronounce but I got it. He's a great character actor who you've seen in the dark knight ant man Gotham and now he's is in Atlanta. I should say Ville shooting a movie that Steve. AG is also in but neither of them could really talk about it. It's <hes> <hes> they're not allowed to sign nondisclosure agreements but <hes> so that's another thing that I guess you can look it up on IMDB. If you WANNA see which characters they're playing and this movie that I'm not speaking of because they couldn't talk about it and Chad Daniels great comedian who's in town performing at the punchline in Atlanta. This is like the beginning of the Marc Maron podcast isn't it too much talking before getting to the meat of it it but it was a really fun show and I posted I'll be posting picks and clips <hes> well. I just made one video clip that was early early on in the show so that will also fill in part of the puzzle for you because it's you can see the name tags and so look for that stuff on instagram. Oh and I should say what the gas brought for the prize bag lucky bra a hat and some stickers Amber Bra <hes> some archer phone cases of book that her husband had dropped in the TUB. I forget which book it was so he could tweet me about it. Maybe <hes> Dave Dave just signed a twenty dollar Bill Steve. AG brought a Werewolf mask that he wears around the house that he's sharing with Dave in Fayetteville to scare Dave's the kid and Chad brought some some sort of walking tour guide of somewhere. I don't know this is why you have see doug loves movies in person because you never know when there's going to be a recording failure now. We're all caught up. Let's join this show in progress. I've always wanted to say that expression. I wish it was under better circumstances enjoy but first a question that I ask everybody before. The Games start with you. Chad was the last movie you saw Beverly Hills Cop all right Steve Way Way Way. I'm just kidding. What would you think Beverly Hills Cop will? I loved it growing up my daughter's fifteen now and at one time I was listening to delirious and she came out of her room and she was much younger and she asked me why donkey was swearing so oh I wanted to show her some other movies that Eddie Murphy was in and that was one because when they shoot people in Beverly Hills cop there's no blood but in PG movies now there. There's blood everywhere. It's weird to me. I know important a real fucking dad move on you guys but it is strange and the movie hold up for you though you like it. She did like it yeah. I thought it was just fine. There are scenes. I remember quoting as a as a boy that made me laugh still sure you gotTa love a gotTa love. Thank you gotta love a chase scene to this the neutron dance by the pointer sisters it's kind of odd choice during very violent chaotic chasing my favorite thing is when he gets thrown over the Buffet Victor Maitland's buffet. The stuntman is probably six seven three hundred and twenty pounds with like more hair. It's just the funniest shit because you're like that's for sure not him. Even my daughter said that WHO's that guy supposed to be a medium shot. It's like you can see everything everything. It's great all right Steve. Ag Beverly Hills Cop two one day before yesterday. I rented book smart. I'd never seen it before and it's incredible so funny funny pace shot so well. It's not doesn't look shoddy or like a dumb comedy. It's just a really well cast to yeah and the music also relentless music. It's got a lot of energy. Well good for you Steve. I want to go through and judge each of the movies that you say you saw a judge you based on what you say careful everybody. He has to be honest the last movie you watched all the way through in any format Dave Two nights ago wizard of Gore. What is that about got a magician who is a wizard of Gore actually killing people that he brings up on stage? Yeah I couldn't sleep sleep and I I like old. Schlocky Gore horror movies because our Steve Yeah <hes> Bark at the moon no it was it was good. I liked it. It was the the effects were pretty spaghetti look into was probably like nineteen seventy. I think the movie came out the look just straight up like paint that they bought it hardware store for blood and it was it was pretty awesome. I had a good time. Where did you was in my flicks now on my computer I found it on this is terrible? I do this too often. Those youtube like someone's uploaded a movie that you probably should have gotten somewhere else but I just I went on Youtube like a movie. You couldn't get somewhere else. You're probably right like it's on. VHS Right now at that awesome Saturday matinee shop in Burbank and that's about it like you can get it on video but it was my God. You're going to be so much better at this game than I am. I don't think I'M GONNA ask any questions about movies like that. Maybe we'll see amber two nights ago. It's going to seem weird but it's true. I watched not and T- presents Patrick Stewart in a Christmas Carol. I appreciate your honesty. Yeah it's great. He's my favorite scrooge this getting ready for the holidays early. There are countless scrooges to choose from there are his favorite Bill Murray count. Nobody I think he does but who was who is playing the scrooge in that version when he's the goose and Bill Murray crashes the stage at the end of scrooge who was actually playing skirted Jamie Jamie Jamie Farr was like a narrator DECAF. No it was who was it. Come on guys helped me here. He seemed Buddy Hackett. It was buddy buddy. The Job Beautiful Goose Buddy Hackett Sleepy flips the coin and then Bill Murray catches it in mid air. That's a great moment yeah so no bill Murray does not okay Dave as we head into the game portion of the show. Don't ask the audience to tell you the answer. Thank you sir. They will okay lucky your aquaman movie. Oh Oh with the Jason Momoa is again. No No. That's not he looking good. He's beautiful beautiful man. I think they really leaned into the hat is is not much else going on a lot of lot of dumb. Shit goes on and movie living but he looks damn good doing it. He's a he's a fish. No He's a man he's all of it. He's the ocean. Did you hear what he got paid no scale. Oh Ah really did it. Oh Shit you should just let me just give myself a point. Um So dumb but thank you all for watching movies. Keep it up. We'll lose popularity. This show is fucked and that was what I say. Turn it off burt. Oh we got name tags right here. Five Point City the capital. Hey Ami T. A. G. S. Yeah you can go out into the crowd if you mike just how someone someone to one to you like going on in their arm and looking at a dark art yeah. I just put microphones down during this parks. We're going to go to a commercial break anyway. We'll be right back. Today's show is brought. 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They have been best friends friends for twenty years and now they have a podcast for the only goal sees getting fired each and every week listening is Anthony and Greg Make Fun of current events there their producer and each other. I've known entity for a while. He I'm proud to say it was opening act for me. <hes> <hes> for I don't know how long of a period of time but the crowds sometimes didn't care for his you know edgy style style but it always cracked me up and I'm so happy to see that he's doing great and I'm looking forward to his comedy. Central TV. Show friendly chat getting called good talk but subscribe to the justice and Rosenthal Vanity Project to find out what happens and what they say each week about what's going on in the world. That's the Jessil Nick and Rosenthal Daily Project podcast back to the show all right. We're back. We did it congratulations. Everybody a relatively calm name tag selection process. I lucky wow two of the guests are wearing the name tags on their person. We'll start with you lucky. What do you got on there? I got a giant Simpson's Dona with with my face on it and it says Mandy what's that. What does it say? It's Mandy the Simpsons Mandy Cindy okay say Wallet on Mike. I'm playing for an okay. They read all the handwritten things so my doughnut. Apparently you did who you got amber. I got the Sean Shank Redemption emptions twenty-fifth anniversary just going to say this is a very sleek poster. Well made well done that is nice. The Guy Chad Daniels face on it didn't pick it interesting. I didn't okay what are you dave. The ship on the craftsmanship on this poster is really well achieved. I'm a big fan of the original which inspired it but I love this as well because it says Doug Doug Benson has a good ham on his shoulders is a good photo Jon Hamm and another one on his desk and it is a re air animator. Aaron Erin is pretty great good work to work. What do you got Steve while? I'm wearing a hat that I can't like really look anywhere but I I looking hat but also this caddyshack which I thought my chatty shack chatty. His name is Chad and the bottom it says we're all going to a and I'm the gopher looks like fucking that Golf Ball. I got my hand. I read what's on the back of here. Know what's on the back of their see. Say The word on Mike. We started doing the shithead thing a long time ago because we're trying to be more positive well. This is another person trying to get you to say the word for billfold all right. What are you GonNa Chad? I Have Anaconda and it says if you can't breathe you can't smoke and then there's a bunch of edibles tape do it. There's also also four glow sticks safety pins. What's that the workers? I don't know the safest Chris Giant snake poster I've ever seen and the snake is enjoying a big fatty as well so it's very very theme that poster. It's fun movie to watch when you're high. Hey how what does this come from. That's mind I went to get it when I was looking for posters. Most of them are sharing this table. No I guess not as you bring me my drink okay. If you need me to bring it back and forth. Thank you okay. We're GONNA play some games. Find a winner still so impressed over these nejm tags. There's so much creativity money will just wrote on a pool floating with a marker. Ah did source a picture of your head though most lifesize. It's really good man with two heads kind of look to it. Oh there you you go yeah. Cover your actual face with that. I like it great unnerving. Let's do this normally. I don't like people fuck around with their phones. During the show Matt somebody take a picture of that please all right and this first game. We're GONNA play is happening. Because the last time I was here in Atlanta last summer I went to see Taylor swift over at the Phil in corporate name Arena and so of course I am here thinking about that so let's play swift justice Taylor swift has a lot of songs on a lot of albums I and some of them are have titles that are also the title of a movie so I'm going to read the IMDB description of a movie V and all of you on stage on stage participants only get the guests as often as you like while I say the description and the first person and to get it right wins and if I get through the whole description and nobody's guessed it I'll give some extra clues until somebody arrives at the title of of a movie and a Taylor Swift Song. Are you ready for it is is one of her songs here. We go special agent Derek van in Beverly Hills Cop shake it off is the only song I know. He is out to get the man who killed his partner that narrows it down. She doesn't have a song called Turner and Hooch does she. Eh Special Agent Derek man is out to get the man who killed his partner but a case of mistaken identity too many man's. I know it's not a well written description identity Richard Greko no but I love it now. I love that guess it leads him him to Andy fiddler a salesman with too many questions and a knack of getting in vans way. What the hell movie is that and it's a Taylor swift song? Can I tell you that what the title of this saw Ogg and the movie was actually in that description. The title was in in the way uh-huh. What's that in the way no just guessing I know smart listen to you guessing while nobody else guesses? That's what what is it vengeance something venture murdered murder partner partner dead partner my dead pardon in my blue heaven my partner Awkward Salesman Eric Van de Charette Derek van man get in my dairyman man man and we're GonNa fuck like people can <hes> Turner into huge. Fuck it special agent. Derek is the man who killed his partner special agent. I'm just GONNA keep using in that center out to get a man though don't say the audience special agent partner what especially especial partner lies up here arguing that sentence van partner Dirk those out together the man who killed his algae man is correct. It's called the man Taylor has a song and a new album called demand and the man stars as Samuel Jackson is the title character and that fiddler Guy was played by the Great Eugene Levy. I sounded like he's dead the way I said but he's he's fine. I think it'd be better at this game. If you described what Taylor wrote the song about yeah about it wasn't about just any any man it was about the man okay all right so that Amer won that game the sea. It's like it's difficult not difficult at the same time. I think it's pretty hard I had you pick between seven words. This next game is called. How long did see people love this so it's really difficult but as long as you can make a guess you have shot at this? This is the price of right of a <hes> Douglas Movies Games twenty dollars two hours seventeen minutes. I'll name a thing and then each of you and this will go in order. All all all call on your we'll start with amber call anyone. I want you to answer where I want you to bid if you will because I'm GonNa say if thing and then you have to guess asked how long it is. I'm I'm in the thing is Arby's meets. No it's how long again amber is going to give us the. I guess how long is the combined running time of the film's featuring. Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan. Wow Okay so you have to discern. How many movies do you think they were in? You might and I WANNA say it out loud and then together it has to be just the two I mean other people can be in the movie movies that have both of them and it's not really a trick question then but then you have to name in minutes how long you think hardest part down to the minute Alan because ours have minute wow seven hours and we have already got audience member number agreeing and twelve minutes okay. Thank you twelve months all right. Let's go to lucky what do you think lucky. I'M GONNA go fourteen hours seventeen minutes now. It's totally a wrong answer screwing over. Why are you screwing people over? I honestly don't know how many any films those two are in together well. It sounds like you're thinking around ten. Can I change my answer. Yes six hours fifty nine minutes okay interesting so almost seven hours <music>. I'M GONNA go with that. One Lady in the audience would Amerson seven against the rules but it happened Steve. I mean sorry chat. Are we took off the hat. There was pointing to yourself. I called on you at that handle but his chance turn nego- with eight hours and two minutes. Why are you laughing like that? Did you hear that laugh. She goes SPA. That's what happens is people make noises sort of steer you guys away but <hes> <hes> we'll see if I'm right. You're going to eat shit lady. I hope it's eight exactly hey dug through fourteen seconds on there too. It's on you and I it is on you. Throw it because you can't you know you you gotta get it right without going over. Can you imagine if the seconds over okay so you're you're saying eight hours hours two minutes and fifteen seconds fourteen apologies. Thank God we fix that that would have been embarrassing. Goddamn at your fans are all over it fourteen duck Jesus well. I think what happens is I've always yelling at the audience. It's not not yell out but when they can just tell you tell me that I'm factually wrong. That's when that's when they get their shots in check this out David see some people started yelling out Steve. They will tell me if I've fucked up the order even so we're back to Steve Steve Thirty seven minutes no place to you. I don't know take backs. No take backs five hours and thirty minutes. I really liked it answer five <music> hours thirty minutes. I'll close to these together. Okay six wait. What did lucky saying like fourteen hours? Take I'm going to go with my fourteen hours. Wait which Oh oh yeah yeah six fifty nine I actually wrote it under Dave its name apologies for that David all right so Steve's going with what five hours thirty minutes thirty that's interesting because that's how long this episode is going to be so the guy came out to our house in Fayette the craziest thing one thing leads to another and I have a roach clip. I come downstairs. <hes> that would have been something to bring for the prize bag no way take years like you can't just leave the gas on and get somebody what else to come out and then talk about how much you love their wand the they might not be as school the Gasman. I'm going to be Harry Potter for for Halloween. Can I have your wand donned on retractable right. It is the best ones are all right David. You've got a lot of a lot of guesses here to contend with five hours in twenty nine minutes. You can't go over right. Oh you should guess yourself window the the closest. I thought it was the closest without going over for him. The minute he changed it. You guys five hours in one thousand nine hundred ninety five hours Ali team. There's a good game. Let's recap. I heard supportive laughter. Thank you for that. David says five five hours nineteen minutes Steve's five hours thirty minutes. Lucky says six hours fifty nine minutes. It's some of US call that seven hours close enough Amerson seven hours twelve minutes and that's all of them right okay. Can you tell us how many movies they together. I Oh yes I will so they were in sleep is in Seattle started the whole crazy mess one hour for forty five minutes long running around com. Yes exactly get this uh they were in. You've got mail one hour fifty nine minutes no way and the third and only other help it was three hour. Thanks Ryan joint is emotion job Cain. You know easily the best of those through a great movie love that movie. It's really it's such an odd movie and so great okay so that means that the total is five hours twenty six minutes. David said five hours nineteen minutes only seven minutes off the it was only four minutes over. Thanks guys brilliant warm my heart. They gave unlike to present you with the opportunity to eat a dona or to chuck it into the crowd. Sir Messy is Fox just trying to really turn it really hits them. Hands went over the bleachers hit. Somebody that doesn't want it. Oh I like it. I like it too nice man that Nice made in the front robot paper towel. This guy is so sake. My hand is a little wet. That guy is the one character in the muppets. That's he's got that we're little mustache and he has actually throws Fisher. The Sealand Chris Bury fish that guy remember Mapa capable and they're like how we're going to break into this place and he goes. I brought some paper towels else. Okay so at the end of two rounds. Nobody's GONNA lead but David gets to go first in our final game of the day the determining game of the day whoever wins this one is the winner. That's a winning winning wards David I in a game we call last Man Stanton. The this is a game where helps to know credits the actor famous actors and actresses. I'M GONNA go to the audience for pre pre-selected person from the crowd reached out to me on twitter and said I've got a great suggestion paper towels and we'll see what they have to say. We'll see if we like it or not. I like to play along in this game and the idea is we take turns saying movies that that person was in can't think of one year out but you can go to your lifeline once either to help you with title you're having trouble with or does suggest title that they've come up with on their own but only one time. Can you do that and if you are lifeline fails you you can phone a celebrity but we they all have to agree whether or not that person celebrity and you also have to get them to actually answer their phone. They'll probably go straight to voicemail. It seems a little lopsided with this panel for that one but that's already traumatized by this because he was solid Greg Fitzsimmons who called Nick Schwarzen- Bob Sagging nor McDonnell. He's calling everybody in his phone. Who Do you who you GONNA call goes? Oh ooh don't worry about it just so great at the game. It won't matter Okay Doug our first pre-selected individual is someone who goes by a L. E. V. E. R. Ovarian pronounced that right L. Varia and is that your first name. It's a gaming thing okay. Oliveria ooh sounds like lotion with Alabama area. What do you do for a living oliveria person? You do back end podcast stuff you posted that's the most fun part of the game the person that just puts it out there <hes> she mentioned it podcasts but stuff she does that too. I was interested sounded like that to me to say I thought they were all about parallel l. l. parking dairy which is what I'm going to say said about sex from how who wants a parallel partners backing in so we're back to her Oliveria. What's your suggestion for for today for our game? We already mentioned him Eugene Levy. Oh Wow okay here's great day and there are definitely some keys to Eugene Levy titles that if you unlock them he can come up with a few wait what's happening. You're only a little to early to do that her shit together okay. Get Your Shit together and he any okay okay so thank you very much which I'm still mad at you for the scale joke if she responded with hey anything she was quiet. It was checking the shoes. Okay just worked out great. Are you okay. Are you okay something for the people people come to see the show live all right. I'm going to get a second name. We're not gonNA just do gene Levy as much as I I'd love to do gene levy all by himself in a private room getting line. There's another person test the person's stuck their neck out or their twitter the handle out to me and said I've got a suggestion whereas Sam underscore Hudson to where you at dude sure not him lady and <hes> where where are you out again K. C. Oh there you are okay cool and nobody picture named name tank. Did they had a good one. Yeah I saw I saw it on the Internet today. Okay so what's your suggestion Jin. Someone was a little bit more known. I mean a million things but you know what I mean. Let's do some somebody a little bit more like the the star of movies area. What are you thinking Ethan Hawke? I don't know I think the Combo of Ethan Hawke and Eugene Levy could be okay. Wow audiences not down with that. Neither are the guests you're really crank out one and Margaret. I mean I'm I'm in. I'm in for an MRI all right. Let's this'll be I'm sorry. Why do you keep yelling now? Why are you yelling that out? I'm not asking you what you're yelling out. I'm saying why are you doing it. Yes I want another one all ask somebody for one and they'll politely answer. That's another one they don't like either right. Susan Serandon are just like what's happening winning right now I like to I answer to and I said. Why do I think they said I'm so pliant Liautaud? Normally I go vacation shouting all the time but where he from Tom you here okay shut up. It's called staycationing Asian now here at Susan's Oh I would die so have actor actress Chris came in the show and yelled out their own name. She's here to talk about. Jill Stein W maybe a real treat three going to say that there was somebody else who wrote to twitter that was really fired up said they had like several good suggestions but now I didn't in writing down because I thought these I to kill it to some today. Can you hear that person. Raise your hand if you tweeted at me and said I've got a suggestion for today did did you did you. Did you wrote to me Oh. You didn't say you got a bunch. We do have one. What's your name? What's your twitter name? S S what s spirits podcast so what kind of spirits are s spirits southern four four four four and alcohol spirits as spirits also southern spirits. Okay <hes> ooh blue's. Oh okay so went to suggest you don't now are you on southern spirits right now okay. What's your suggestion Brendon Frazier Create Brendan Fraser now? We got ourselves a shoot madge okay. Let's let's narrow it down a little those those three names. That's ridiculous so let's go raise your hand. If <music> asked for all three of these actors you can't think of any movies yeah. That's all you need is so wait Brendon frazier an Eugene Levy Yeah Suzy's no Susan's Randa. Uh No Louise. We'll see about that. I'm not clear which one she was yelling out. ditman walking don't want to know that was she was in that yes. We're not we're not. We're not using her name all right. We got those the three names yes Chad. Do we have to tell you what actor we think is in the movie this sale movie a shotgun this motherfucker here and see what it is. I mean I can tell you right now. None of them are in JFK. That helps you at all okay. That's probably the biggest cast of anything ever not as many as short shortcuts had more famous people in it you think okay the longest day had a lot of people but that's going way back yeah. It is few good men had way way back but there's a lot of people in that movie design a game. That's where we try to figure out what movie has more people in it and I'll get back to you with that doc but for today start with you Dave right you when the last game orga switched the order around so which were going before we were going so it'll go Dave Steve Chad me lucky amber good luck. Thanks you can do this amber out all right got artis off and no audience guesses. Please splash really nice Eugene Levy well Steve There goes my fucking one movie American Pie. Yes see what's going on there Air Jad going to any just kidding Jesus AH GATICA GATICA Ethan High. That's a hot yeah oh for even hawk. I'll do boyhood the waiting for Guffman waiting for Guffman lucky says waiting for Guffman. That's another also unlock some stuff amber a mighty wind fe what's have day armed and dangerous. Oh that's and Steve American Pie two still fucking pies the American by to Allah Mode American Pie to Chad Encino man. Oh Aw Shit said we're GONNA do it. If you're going to see no man that forces needed say Dudley do right do right with George of the giant well okay. I'll see your George of the jungle with college ties gone hang now. I got this hammer. What's the actual title College Skull tied the For your consideration? You airheads in another one with the phrase lone rangers for a second ago. You're yelling out. I'm pretty sure none of these people were in the lone ranger. I'm going to go with singles. Oh okay. What do you mean Oh okay? That's a great fucking answer Sir Doug. I just don't off the top way ahead. No which one of those people was in singles all of them what I don't think any of them were just say that shit with confidence little early okay okay. So what does that mean. You got to go you know because I thought Ethan Hawke was in singles. He's not Jalen. You're thinking of Matt Dillon. I was even on played a similar character in another. What about isn't he like a guy that was they thought he could shoot people but then he couldn't and I go to unite plus it and magnificent seven yes yeah? I guess I have to say that yeah police own you'll have to say yes or no or anything you don't have to say anything which one of these people would say anything that would have been a great but they're not in singles or say anything you were thinking of Reality Bites. That's one hundred percent. That's my answer lucky. I'M GONNA go with the mummy the best in show day before sunrise. Oh okay that's another are tricky one American pie three. Oh she'll fucking oh. Is there a titled Up that say American Wedding title good move but we'll see if anybody anybody does the mummy to yeah that's true. That was the correct answer great guess sometimes they don't know what the answer is right or not because this is still my training day. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA throw to my lifeline right here. Going aww lifeline only lifeline. What are you got the mummy three that wasn't even from my person? Oh really yeah okay okay good because that person's dumb what is that that's true at all. Is that true taking a guess. What is the Bourne identity identify what she's thrown in? I don't think I don't think that that's interesting. John Various ideas to bring a notepad you can just right on the paper towels. Guy Loves Payment Product X. Alright so lucky. Do you WANNA call somebody WanNa call John Benjamin Yeah he's got for me for burgers no vamp vamp for a second I love it. I think he'll pick up no. I'm so excited I've always wanted to get him on this show and so if we could just get his voice oh this is great. Does he have the funny outgoing <music> <music>. He's looking at it and not answering probably like why the fuck is lucky calling me. I love when he does that mean about John. You've disappointed Atlanta Georgia today. Pick up your phone all right. I'm done all right. Thank keep playing I don't I think I'm going to have to go to my life. Go to your lifeline fly okay. He says serendipity correct who's in that gene levies the guy that works in the store store and John Cusak Frank Threatens to be amount of doesn't help him sweet yeah he really needed to find Kate Beck and sale real bad. That's one of those movies serendipity when I watch it feels like a dream I never wanna have were you spend the entire time trying to find something and it's extremely frustrating. Wake up at the anyway job data before sunset can't keep those goddamn movies straight the kids in the Hall Brain Candy. Oh Navarette Alvarez Brendan Fraser Okay Cameo in there good deal <hes> Marinko loud here. There is a movie. We're Brennan Frazier. His Father Christopher Walken makes him go down into Jytte. Yes I don't know what it's called. Let me think please God damnit people love to help you. A new grows old. Come on man you got this. It's called fuck the movie. I don't think I'm GonNa have to any okay. Let's go to the lifeline. What do you got anything? Any blast from the past was a bunker movie. Yeah great thank you never gotten it yeah. At least you silverstone those down in that hunker he had stock in like apple and ship. I remember that movie. I just don't remember names. That's fair. Oh my turn which was another movie trying to think of that. I could just say that's what I would have said for that one. Oh here's a good one and he was in a movie called. I think it's called the American Brennan Frazier Okay Good. We got confirmation back to you. Ever Oh man I have nothing. They don't have my phone with me well. That's <music> how this works. You should be able to look it up on your phone. I can't call any. Ac you call from them. Ritzy who also won't talk to him. Yeah he should tyler and seashell answer people buoy no lucky and I don't get cast in other projects exciting <music> <music> <music> <tone> way. She's amber night aren't actually on archery throwing phone into a river she would've answered of it was my phone. It's probably true. It is your greener. Yes he'll get it both poignant. Mussina myrtle later explained what the purred job Oh yes the first burge Ethan Hawke no kidding yeah. He's the guy in stray raceway guarantee system for his house and then the people come and wanting Steve to use my lifeline okay. What do you got? Do you dazzle very nice. Sometimes I'M GONNA go with the purge to keep killing them after the first purge. What an asshole? What are you gonNA? Do Women have to call. You had a good game though I can't call successfully right. Oh Yeah Okay Great. I was just kidding. I don't have a celebrity who we ring a number. That'd be interesting play to call somebody else on the panel who here she comes cameras gutter foam. Can I call somebody else. who were you about because we're all excited about? Take this person might actually answer is calling mockery. I have his name calling on the phone. I want to ask him if there's a movie that nobody knows of that. One of these three people is in. That's a good way to set it up on yeah. So it's Brendon Frazier and here we go doc. Ca Canada speak eight numbers. Hello which is learning how to Work Folks Colin. The whose line is it anyway cast so so stucco. He's making a mockery of this game. You did not available now. He's unavailable. Thank you for trying. Confine sort of happens is people. Just try to get through to anybody yeah so Chad. You're you're done. I think got half a minute. I'm in like Flynn yeah in like the flea. How how can Chad was just going? How do I get a chance if you will? I did my my lifeline while she went and O'Kane Anuj ads out announced my answer though man Eugene Levy Co Stars Sam Jackson wow good wile hoping for that day really yeah those mascots. Oh okay okay. Thank you. Thank you teenage movie that premiered on that. It's a movie in which way Steve have to go to the phone. Didn't your lifeline help you. Yeah yeah assets it. Oh I can't a friend who do you. Sarasola might answer. Let's see who you can get. It's all about who time for not call somebody awesome here we go on fees. <music> Wii Gil Scott Heron is apparently her outgoing Whitey on the moon. This is Whitey on the moon over and over. I guess I'm out. I just got a text from call all and I can call him back. He's like what now why okay here. We go time zones in same as ours running it it takes them takes along the Samsung it sponsors hello hello. Is this call mockery. It is now on the podcast in front of a ton of people in Atlanta on on Doug loves movies and we are trying to come up with the movie movie your my lifeline. No other famous people would answer their phone for any of us so our last hope a movie that Ethan Thin Hawk or Eugene Levy or Brendon Frazier is in that isn't the first twenty that come to mind. I'm movie with Nathan Hawk or Levy yes or in Encino already been guest copyright pretty obscure. Oh well <hes> what was the one that you can get. It's about cannibals flash the television look it up. He's got a computer hand. You can look it up. If you've got a computer eighty be around. Oh Yeah Okay what was the first movie charitable directed it pay mechanical cheerleaders cheerleaders Ivan Reitman directed it Holocaust Cannibals Holocaust you the he's probably all of this you guys great. Hey good to talk to you. I was just with calling in Canada for two weeks so he's pretty sick Amee Florida Nice. How's the weather towns just talking to you just the sweating alone? Okay thank you gene Levy in Cannibal Hannibal Girls Cannibal well done on you. Just save the day yeah hi thanks tyler all right Dave animal girl back in of cannibals dead things the dead poet's society the law. I forgot about young and that's why I'm GonNa say explorers the camper. Oh I got nothing okay. David got one more show box. What's that Hawk can anybody nobody looked up the horror film regardless of what your R winner Dave everybody? It was all excited to try and call Judy greer ever not answer when I call it you stuff is Aaron Aaron Willis stuff Aaron animator come on up congratulations their sleeve right there for them sicker at ask ask ask gone yeah that would have scared the shit out of a five year old. There's so much great context mass that we didn't fill in the story earlier when I came downstairs. Steve were sitting there smoking pot with the guy the gas company with the guy with the gas company wearing that mask ask my son ran screaming to my wife who found him a good therapist. My wife Lucky Yates promote yourself what he got along. Come up and see us at Dad's garage. Theater just opened a new show out there called the wrath upon two. It was like traveling on the play. Come on yeah season. Eleven of Archer will premiere sometime next year. Thank you for being here. It was awesome. Dave Hi guys Oxford Comics here in Atlanta that awesome shop. I'll be there assigning the new comic book that I wrote called Count Crowley Reluctant Midnight Monster Hunter on Saturday October the twenty ninth so so please come and see me in by David Nelken yes. Ast Not Ma L. C. H. A. N. IF YOU WANNA look up on social media is that your next handle on it just gas mulch and I think is what does Malchin at ATM well. Thank you very much. Thanks for having me pleasure grandson winning your first time out Surreal Ethan Hawke Downhill from here right lucky. Did you win last year. No you could have said he did so yes Steve. Ag What's going on man not a lot. I may be in May or may not be any large budget movie that comes out in a year and a half to two years so got to stay tuned King Wolf Chad Daniels Hi hello. I'm going to be telling stories. In Cleveland September twelfth through Fourteenth Avenue Special on Amazon Prime called dad channels. If you WANNA check it out thank you you so much I will be returning to the comedy zone of Charlotte North Carolina with Douglas Movies on Saturday September hurt twenty-eight at four twenty and thank you to variety playhouse always a great place to go to all of you for coming out into lucky aides VER NASS gave messed garden Steve as aw thanks again to White Castle. 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Steve Agee - Stillwagons Run Deep

Dumb People Town

24:55 min | 2 years ago

Steve Agee - Stillwagons Run Deep

"There's a new podcast app that delivers chilling crime stories straight to your mobile device. Everyday. They release a new episode that investigate the gruesome true acts of America's war, sue killers, and you can explore into the minds of psychopaths and murderers to get started, finding download murder minute from the app store or visit murder minute dot com. That's m. e. r. d. r. m. I n. u. t. dot com to get your daily dose of true crime creeping delivered straight to your mobile device. Jay was fair. Bill, they lacked. Might be make good news breaking down. There's half. I stay on this day. Podcast. With Cobos Dan. Your body. Sit around. Town, hey, townies to a Minneapolis owed of dumb people. How you realize, gee. AG AG AG you are such a person that we just love and this comedy world and whatnot. And I love that you are. There are a few people that have just come. Seep into the Lewis show two things. One years. Every time we get someone's age, it's called guest the and we just hearken back to you and thank you. You're so great whenever we have a choice, a chance to guess the AG or anything that we're guests on the order of either I you the guests can choose to go first Tig or third. The only one who offered to go between the two of us. I, I want to go between you guys, so we're like, that's the dig slot. That's fun. I third guest the we're just building Lorient doing a shirt that says first tigger. Third, I think we need to do is show hall guest. Steve ages likeness on it and guest the and then give him no money from it. All right. Dan, Dan, Dan, Kirk, how are you? Buddy? Good. Are you excited about our upcoming live, dumb people to upcoming live, don't be towns. One all things. Comedy festival at the Papa podcast studio on October twenty fifth at Thursday. Right? I think it's right across from a stand up live if I'm the same complex. Yeah. Okay. Or two and two of the December. Tenth Largo. Live mixed about real. Understood in the commute. It's a long way to go. It's all about since about a form out commute. Brutal, it's rough. We are about to go do ages podcast after this. Literally, not even stand on your podcast is so we can do you have a podcast it's called, we're no doctors, and it's all about health and medical related issues. Kondracke hypochondriac can't wait to get into all contracts. So listen to this on that. But first we've got a great dump story about he's into us by our wonderful fans in Dan. You've got it. We haven't heard it. So let's get ready. Yes. This was sent in by Nick de ngelo any relationship, Beverly, no, I don't know. No little NICKY. The age. Story. Danish at Dr Nick five, one three. Hi, Dr. Nagy what's he say? Hey, everybody. Is he still alive in the Simpson? I. Right? Yeah, nobody dies. Mr. burns is still Ned Flanders wife died, right? Yes. She deserved horrible. All right. This takes place in Perry, oppa Lewis. That sounds like an Adam Sandler. It's not a place. They're all gonna laugh at you character. For that album. Perry. What was that characters paulie Chronopoulos. That was that character. So this is Perry. Apple is a man is facing charges for allegedly burning down his own home on Saturday. Now, sometimes a home home is where the fires tear down is it can be a domestic dispute. You and your house. That's what they should start. That should be HDTV show and know they always have like the part of those where that's demo day. Yeah, burn and it just get one member of the talking heads to be there. Sure. Now the great video when they're all like hanging on their backs while they're trying to play them. Yeah. According to police, the incident happened in the four hundred block of elm street in Harry, operas literally nightmare on elm street. Quite literally. Maybe if your neighbor, it's a dream come true. You're like, well, he's gone now. I mean by his own work, he's go to sleep. Go to sleep. Iran around nine twenty two pm. Okay. Around it's bedtime for Bentley nine twenty two, right. I mean, can you be more specific is really specific. I know when police arrived at the scene the homeless fully engulfed in flames officers noticed a man walking with a cooler and yelling. That's my house. Got big like igloo cooler. The sidewalk. Gaddi glue. If you have a yet, you'd be burning down your second home, is that the styrofoam one yetis are like the beautiful Rayleigh expands three hundred dollars, put ice in it and it'll last for two weeks. Where are you going that you need ice for? Sometimes. Okay. I think it's more than three hundred dollars. No. Yeah. That's three hundred. Just the like hundreds for the Cup. They have these great little wet dry packs. Like if you're on water near each whatever and those alone fifty dollars. That's just a small price. So he's got an igloo cooler. He's telling people it's lit like, you know, the, you know, the emoji or whatever it is of a little fire, emojis house, fires, fire yelling. That's my house. Several cans of beer were in the cooler. Okay. That he's saying that's mine. Like don't talk right. Mind, you guys got the invite. We're in the cooler and the man was said to be walking with quote, an unsteady gait drunk. Yeah. Yeah. Was you drunk? I don't know. I'm just telling you down. Drunk is a, it's a nice wet. It's nice way to say like Homer. Simpson is a cartoon is funny as a real person you're like, the man was later identified as and if I gave you each a million guesses, you'd never come up with this name even with hints. Is it going to sound like a super rich like wasp in? Sounds like he is his own brand of well, whiskey. Okay. Let's hear his name. Is pike still wagon. Hike. How do you like joining pike? I'm gonna have still way I'll have a pike still wagging. Neat. Okay. New here still wagons. Run deep. We usually there's poor that directly into your mouth. Instead neat, right? It's gonna put ice in your mouth. I, I'm gonna throw a giant cube down your throat hike. Still wagon is the pike still lagging aged pike, still wagons. What they wanted to call the Jason. Lee's band in almost fame is the name of a character. Paul Tompkins hasn't created. Yeah. Isn't that the name of the the car in vacation? Yeah. Pike's. Yeah, the home crew, the family trucks guy in an old western off, the rich officers noticed a strong smell of kerosene coming from still wagons cladding. Fucks you. When asked if he set the fire still wagon replied, I did not set the fire. My electrical box was sparking that box caused it. Okay. So clearly a guy who's like I need the insurance for this thing. Yeah, I guarantee you. He offered that up when someone didn't ask him. If he started the fire. Are you okay. Start that fire that box did it? Actually, I, if I'm him every interaction I ever have starts, even if you know me starts out with pike still waiting. Or every interaction does with that box. Did it sir. We're not even anywhere near box. Still wagon was detained while officers spoke with neighbors neighbor, Megan craft. Another drinks on the crafty stated, she observed still wagon go behind his home and grab what appeared to be a gas can. Then he allegedly poured the context contents of the suspected gas can on his car and vehicle the maybe the started out as a car fire ended up becoming a house fire, hey, can't bring a car to a house fire a few minutes in a few minutes later, the home was on fire and craft called nine one one in my mind took care of it. You have amendments, you also really let this all play out. Yeah, you know what I mean? Honey, come here. He's doing something nine. He's gonna wagons up to it again. One also like still lagging isn't a guy. You stop AG in the middle of what he's doing with a name, like still wagon. It's gotta be good to me. Like commercial, right? Yeah, yeah. Yeah. Name like still wicked fun to do your best with the name. Like still wagon? It's gotta be good. Would the name lex still wagging? It's gotta be good. I'm buying that. I saw like a barbecue saw. Sam, elliott. It's gotta be good forty years ago on this prairie. That's what I was gonna say, is that with a name like still wagon? It doesn't have to be good, but also don't you feel like he probably had family that we're like settlers or pioneer like did something. There's the way that wouldn't move, but he's a character that was unnamed in deadwood. Yeah, he's still lagging and they were like they accomplish something. And now now I guess. It'd be fucking still. They were the ones that eight everyone in the Donner party survive. What if it's just like just his his heritage is every still generation has burnt down something. Thank dan. In with dash in dash happy dash. Dish. Still it's gotta be and you just go, Meghan was like Ronnie. Get in here, watch him. He's gonna do it. Mike's burden his house. Forgetting that it's high experience has in the the guy comes in as pike still hours your name pike still way. And you aren't the fifth? Yeah, yeah. Pike's famous still wagon distill liquor. It's distilled on a wagon that doesn't. That's what keeps it fresh. It's like slightly racist. It comes out white. So you know, it's. Comes out white, pure. I love that few minutes later, the home with home homes on fire. That's when Megan decide to call nine one. Multiple neighbors said they heard still wagon shouting busting windows and pouring something from a can onto his home and his car Pike's Ilagan is what are your speedwagon was originally going to call themselves? Yes. What's he shouting that like I'm doing it. Mona key. All the words. I love it. Do, and then he just that's all. That's all Tainos in starts over the end. Singing this. Walk on down. Yes. I wanna fuck here. After a burn the house down. By car on fire. I thought you were going to mother. He's just singing and dancing. Crushing it, killing shirt off. I'd still Waggin. He'd probably a means tricky mean sees things the gambler pay Tani's. Have you ever looked at your credit card statement and been shocked the interest rate? You know, ridiculous. You know, you could actually roll all of your credit card debt into one monthly payment at a lower interest rate, fixed interest rate, which is amazing. Do you have this kind of all your credit cards are wildly huge interest rates and solid. Get it down. He could have to carry that balance. This is the way you're going to tell you exactly how do Dan. 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The only way to get that discount though is to go to light stream dot com. Slash d PT I'm going to spell it out l. i. g. h. t. s. t. r. e. a. m. dot com slash DP. Do not saying you're done. We know you know how to spell. No, no, I know how to spell. Alright. Subject to credit approval rate includes zero point, five, zero percent, auto pay discount terms and conditions apply and offers her subject to change without notice visit light stream dot com. Slash DP t for more information. So multiple neighbors said they heard and doing all this quote. He was just screaming like the hulk witness. Meghan said, he definitely he was dead. Based on a second. I don't ever think of the. This is like when and we said this on our other podcasts, who was it? Who did this Burg not Burger King, but someone did a commercial with Vander Holyfield talk about talk about man, Holyfield and the person at the register looked up to see that it was an Holyfield and wasn't like surprised that there was a heavyweight champion in there at Taco Bell. She made up to made his like most important feature that he was so tall like that. Now, Steve, you are six, six? Yeah, six, six g I would look like Steed agents, tall guy. Vanderhall Holyfield is five. Eleven six years is not even the tallest. Maybe one of the shortest heavyweight champions ever like Lennox. Lewis is six, six. So in our minds, they hit originally booked shack and then shack back down. The script. So he's like. Federal either. She's really small that so screaming like the hulk, yes, the hulk would wreak destruction. The thing about the hulk for me because was Lou rig. No, he was kind of quiet because he was well, even when he talked says, like hall, smash. Yes, it sounds like a lot of like screaming, although that is kind of how a drunk person could talk, burn this burn it. Bird. Screaming, though. You're right. It's more case. Yeah. If she'd been like yelling or smashing, things like hall cut early behind. It was like a void ING articles in his sentences like the whole. She said he was definitely messed up. Still wagon was arrested and charged with arson, recklessly endangering another person and disorderly conduct. I've no clue who the other person is. If there was somebody in the home. Oh God, I don't know. But I like the hulk has David banner, Bruce alter hikes, cow or whatever. Right? Altruistic Stephen fisker or something. Skirt. That was great. I'm not even lying. You've been approved for your load Mr.. Fisker. Thanks. I hope I don't go crazy or anything. By still neighbors say that just before the fire, this is my favorite part neighbors say that just before the fire still wagon was stumbling around the neighborhood. Allegedly drunk complaining about how no one listened to him. My favorite, the whole thing. Right. Can you hear that. System, don't set your house on fire. Just want to turn the heat up on him. Dad wasn't that a team, like you came on like a house on fire. Isn't that like a phrase that people use? I don't house on like a house on fire. I think it's a phrase. I wonder how barn burner became a sports really like gangbusters. Now came on like a house on fire, but what's barn burner is like a real like a wall sitting around waiting to see what's going to happen. Barn burner is like like these, say it in hockey, there was a guy who used to call hockey. Gus, Kyle in Saint Louis. We got a real barn burner. Why anybody you're right that it used to be like, hey, everybody come out. We're burning the Barnes. He he barn. Yeah, you really eaten up in the talk in your Saint Louis style at you have to say orders hoard Forster hard nerves past. It's a real Bain beer, new. Some tertre. Some around just the idea of him on like nobody listens to me. And then he said his house on fire and then left with is cooler full of beer to watch his barn burner. I guess he saved the thing that was most important to him for them now, the cooler there. All right. I'm gonna ask you guys now because we have to, we're going to play around of guests the AG. Hey. Yes. We've got. Do you want to go see age? I heard I'll go first. Okay. How old do you believe pike still waiting? Is will that name alone makes me picture of a prospector. So I'm going to go on the older side, say like sixty six. Like I got hit by lightning. It'd be great outdoors. Yes, Jason. I'm also going older fifty. Eight came into my head fifty eight s I? I think older too. I'm going to say seventy two. I wanted to go into the seventies. I was just like he's done with this. With this light. He's done with that. He's amazed. He's lived this long and I'm saying that at fifty eight guy. He's the guy that in his garage has a lot of like jars that are screwed into the ceiling. You know what I mean? Like the Dale their net, the lids are nail in the ceiling and he's screws the did you say Steve sixty? Six sixty six. And what did you say? Fifty eight fifty six fifty eight. He's attitude and maybe sixty six but fifteen anti. Definitely like fuck all you. People for not listening to me. I'm ready to seventy. Two is attitude is like no one. No one ever. Listen to me, right. I'm downsizing. Yeah. No one ever listened to me. Nobody I did. You can do this thing in LA called a bulky item. Pick up where you just. Yeah, I'm sure you do it everywhere where you just call in dance, the bulky. Yeah, it's for Friday. Now it's real. You kind of release all the junk in your trunk. I know. So it's this. You can contact the track for them to come get trashy, and you have to list all the things you're going to do. And so like there is this feeling. I don't know if you guys feel this way when you get rid of stuff. Thank you. It's been sitting good. So went all around the house yesterday and it was just getting like getting everything out in this bulky. I didn't pick up. It felt so good. So if that's what this guy is doing that I am fully on board. This is his own. I didn't call the right place. I'd just burned it anyway. Bulk out and pick up a phone to make the call. It's a it's a stuff purge. We'll get your answers in now townies because we have sixty six sixty six Jason fifty eight. I know I'm being ridiculous as I'd like to do a minis before we give this answer while everybody's still hanging around CVS have anything you want plug. Just the podcast. We're no doctors. I always say we're not doctors, doctors doctors, you nice dot, dot dot, and people even on some recent episodes of superstorm per store. Yeah, you're so fucking good. New girl to thanks man. H you're the best. Hey, we've got. We've got the live stuff that we've got coming up. You go super superstars dot com. We got new merch. We've got the new merchant at fluffy create doctrine. If you look up Trump people town, we've got the punch waterfall hats and punch waterfall Shirley. Got these six AM six pm is the three AM if day drinking t shirts, perfect. Maybe this guy was using some of that. He's twenty two. He's even wait harder than I was like when the fire started. Oh, yeah. We thought about it at four. And you know he was thinking Billy Joel at the time. I'm going to start this there and it's always because it's nine, twenty five. So we have, we have that and I really would love encourage people to join the drip, which is a great way to support this podcast and get awesome extra content, d dot, rip slash DP, join at any level and you get great perks and good stuff. So please check that out and do that right now. I just want to get up to five thousand over we should. We should tell everybody who sign up for that check the Facebook page, obviously, for all the content stuff that we do on this show. But also there'll be an update there for how to get your merch. We'll be Tom people where you can reach out for that stuff if you don't have that information already. But also if you wanna come to one of the live shows and you're of the level where you get to do that for free and do the meet-and-greet, they'll will be information there where you can send in. So we have your names to make sure you're on the list to come hang out with us and be alive time towns. It's get that AG right now got the age of the plugs for the crash. On her right now. So go to Daniel van Kirk dot com. I'm going to be in Phoenix and LA in Seattle and Bellingham, Washington Eugene, and Portland and San Francisco. If you go to Daniel van Kirk dot com, you can see one. I'm going to be at those cities. It's all the beginning of November. I would love to. We're in Austin, the seven to the tenth. Thank yes, let's do it. All right. Pike. Still wagon. Steve AG guesses that he is sixty six seventy to fifty eight. Here we got in the and the answer as the man who saved his cooler and his beer to watch his own house beyond on fire, because no one would listen to him is. Thirty two years. Thirty asshole. Gonna go low. And then I was like. To what a dummy have a right to be that mad. Yes, got many more homes most of mobile to burn. Yeah. So there you go. I mean, if you're old and the fire farmers shows up there, like we get hike, come on man, thirty two. They're like, what are you doing this for? This? Is your house sister Croshere homes to want to burn down. Don't fuck fucking house. All right. Is giving you shit shit. Well, I don't know if he owned it. He definitely burn it hike still lagging still still water water. One of the greatest names we've ever come across and he's on a mini guys. Thank you so much for listening and Otit. We gotta get back to work. Dum dum dum dum dum. Cigarette. Tau. Cleanest show.

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Snuffleupagus is Made of Snuff

The Librocube

33:46 min | 2 years ago

Snuffleupagus is Made of Snuff

"So. Making your way in the world today, take everything you. This comes to us from Jordan Maywood except we have Jordan. He's gonna tell you Jorda Maywood. Yes. Would may. Hello, this is pendulum. The possibility exists that if I were to actually listen to the liberal puke podcast featuring host Jordan may would, I could potentially enjoy a ringing endorsement, I guess, potentially enjoyed this episode which will start after the other half of by magical comedy. Duo teller gives us a countdown taking away teller. Hello, welcome to the liberal Cuba. Many MS Jordan would an I am v lackadaisical broke. You for this show is like a, if you will assure all of all the media, I have consumed. From movies to TV's two books, two games to internet's. You may not have consumed some of this media yourself. So I should warn that possibility because I could potentially, but there is by no means a guarantee spoil things for you. This is a spoiler warning at the top of the show like I do every single time for four hundred fifty. Eight plus a Soad's was gonna throw a plus at the end of that because there are special unnumbered episodes like your own, for example, fan expo episodes which are coming up, not too long. So that's exciting. I think leaves nothing really left to say other than the fact that I will now push five five minute timer button thing that will start a series of five, five minute timers, like this boy. Some things. Movie monologue. These movie exposure is the daily bugle. Thank you for that sponsorship. The first is the death of superman. What from twenty eighteen superman battles against an insurmountable phone names doomsday. So quite clearly pulled from the comics because I do believe superman was in the comics at one point, quote, unquote killed by doomsday. So I sort of a fascinating thing just in general, how do you take. The world's most powerful being and kill it. It's got to be sort of a tricky thing too. Right? Almost the I, I guess maybe not. You just send from space something even more powerful, bang, bang, boom, rating wise, joined this. I feel like this has been done before though. Am I crazy them looking at the end of the strange thing is I feel like I've seen something else about this before where superman was killed by doomsday, and I don't think it was the comics because as much as I do love comics Enam how you say in thirty I was sort of an in this came for every once in a while. Like I enjoy comics while reading them, but I always sort of two things happen. I feel like cheating on book books, which is my my one true love. And then I always just sort of end up coming back to book books and you know, that's that. Sort of thing. This wanted a little different in than a had. A lot of big names doing the voices. Jerry O'Connell doing superman Rebekah romaine doing Lois lane. Wait, aren't they married? Couple. Rainn Wilson doing lex Luther, which actually didn't even realize Rosero Dawson wonder woman Nathan Fillion as green lantern, which I feel like he's done that before could be wrong. I Jason Omar as Batman, finding me some Kevin Conroy or else I take marks off basically on that note of Mark's rating wise. I think I'd go like three and a half to four. It was good. If you're unfamiliar with my rating scale, three is four enjoyed while watching, but probably wouldn't watch again and you know it could potentially see myself wanting to revisit this, but not right now in my brain. Do I think that I would gain moving onto movie the second in American tale from nineteen eighty six? Yes. A classic. You might say, this is while emigrating to the United States young. Excuse me, are young Russian most get separated from his family and must relocate them while trying to survive in a new country. Yeah, story of Russian immigration to the United States. The one sort of caveat is, you know, it's a mess and mice are anthropomorphized, and so our cats and dogs in this is there. Yeah, I wonder if they ever introduced dogs is their dogs. Yeah, I'm looking at the poster for an American tail five goes west, which I, if I do recall was not as good and there are dogs on the cover of that or at least one dog. Anyways. MRs always makes fun of me because I would say that the the song that they sing in this makes me wanna cry. Like a how old I was when I saw this is born in eighty one. I don't know if I saw this right in eighty six, but at an age where there's some sad stuff in this, it's like a kid separated from their parents basically. And when you are a kid, oh, you know what? My parents got separated. I'm just realizing maybe it was no, no, that was later it was like in my teens. Yeah, anyways. So something about this, you know, used to really hit me tonight. I, I don't think I, I don't get hit me as hard this time maybe just because I was thinking of the funniness of me, the missiles, making fun of me because of that, which I in joy. I love a good ribbing, ribbing for my pleasure. Okay. And last but not least I'll of dogs also from twenty eighteen. Yes. West Anderson joints for the reason that I think I have seen every west Anderson movie for the reason that I enjoy his movies. Yeah, never had one that I didn't enjoy this included. Oh, a rating of five. Go an American tales, starring five or for vocal for. I don't know if. Lived up to my nostalgia factor. So we'll same as the first movie three and a half to four somewhere in there. I love dogs closer to a four. I would say. Stop motion dogs Foy odyssey, less Anderson expect. Television talk. Today's television. Talk sponsor is shives. Thank you for that sponsorship k. we're talking oranges, the new black. Season six, yes, season sex. That's sorta snuck up on me like, I didn't didn't hear anything about it. And I feel like the show maybe has slipped into that sort of idea where you kinda just don't know it's there. And then bam. It's like a Netflix is saying, hey, this is this is here again, you wanna you wanna. You watched all the other ones. Why not try this one? You might like it and I did, yeah, people I've heard like on podcast and not really in real life. I actually don't know if I know anyone who watches the show. They sort of pooh-poohed as being sort of Blache. Oh, but the I enjoy it. If you're unfamiliar with oranges, the new black, it's, you know, but you're women in prison and their daily struggles be at serious or comedic. It's sort of ranges from the two, which is what I appreciate in general when it comes to media. And I've said this million times probably more with serious stuff than with comedy, but but both and why I like dark comedy, I, if you're going to be one hundred percent serious one hundred percent of the time that's not life. So it takes me out of the experience and is boring today. You gotta throw in some last from time to time and maybe even vice versa. I think if you are going to have a comedy much more often, there's going to be obviously serious parts. It's not going to be with these option of like movies like airplane. Maybe it's not one laugh. Straight, laugh all the way through, although airplane fucking awesome movie. So maybe you can do it that way. All laughs one hundred percent of the time. Although there is the seriousness of a plane, you know, maybe crashing, you got that spoiler spoiler for airplane, if you haven't seen that movie from the seventies which I hope you have because that movie frigging six, five. Anyways, we're not here to talk about airplane were tiered to talk about. We're tiered to talk. It's tough about orange is the new black season. Six. This is the first season post the riots of the last season. That one I really enjoyed because it sort of took a show where it's women in prison and basically like got rid of guards for season. It almost felt like, and they're just like sort of the inmates running the asylum, sort of feel to it and that was fun. But now they're sort of living the consequences of that shit storm. I believe you would call it and they're all in, I guess, before they were in the minimum security wing of this prison and now they're in the maximum security were in. So let's kind of go. I wonder if this is where we'll just be now like, will we ever get back to the minimum security part or maybe you know what? I think this show could maybe benefit from actually so it's doesn't get stale. Not that I think it is maybe of both. Maybe you have a and b stories, different people losing different sort of scenarios. Maybe subtly the the effects of each wing of of the prison is affecting the other one, but there's no sort of outright interactions between the two. Sort of interesting idea. Yes. Okay. So you've got much meaner people I guess, is is sort of main thing was only thirteen. Why didn't I think it was more not, which makes sense if you're in maximum security to the main ones are sort of older women who are sort of running two of the blocks. I think there's three different blocks. There's there's one where we're like the old people in the crazy people are. I think it's Sebok anyways. It doesn't matter, but they call it Florida because it's like it's like all old people, and it's kinda nice, and they treat you better there than they do in the other two blocks there to box sort of hate each other. And there's a gang battling and one thing that they don't do in this, which I wonder if this exists IRO anywhere, there's no sort of race. There's not really any Ray there was more than minimum. Mhm security now that I think about no sort of race segregation, which is always something sort of here of in prison, which I don't know. Maybe that's true. I don't mean segregation, I don't mean segregation by the prison. I just mean like your was here that in prison, if you're black, you hang out with black people. If you're white, you hang out with white paper on, that's just sort of how it is, which is sad. Conan, the librarian. Don't you know that that's most. But banter today's book. Bencher sponsor is dibley brand meet like pious, thank you for that sponsorship. Okay. Today we are returning to my favorites of authors Mr. Terry project for a little book by the name of Nuff s. n. u. f. f. if you're unfamiliar snuff, I don't think they still make it. I wonder if they do, you may if you received sort of period pieces. I feel like in the old western ones you'd see it in fact a good, the bad and the ugly. I think ugly would often take snuff. It's stars. I know it's just tobacco shredded tobacco, and I don't know if there's any sort of process that differentiates from tobacco smoke, but basically you just put it in your nose in kind of snuff it up your nose, which is frigging weird. It's a seems like a weird thing to do like people would have snuff boxes where they would keep their stuff. And then every once in a while, take a little pension, put in a your nose and give a little snuff it up, snuff it up, which is maybe where you gotta think Snuffle up is probably doing a lot of stuff. He, he almost looks like he's made a stuff he's done so much snuff. Ooh, feary feary possible episode title. Let me just type it at here. Snuffle but guess is made of snuff. And what do you think of that as a title? Interesting who Kate, what was that. Anyway. Yes. Oh, shoot. I lost today. Close it. Stuff stuff. This came out in the thirty ninth novel of the discworld franchise. Its eighth story involving the city watch and that sort of interesting right there. If you're if you're not familiar with the discworld novels, there's obviously a lot of them and each of them sort of focuses on various different people that exist within this world within this discworld actually shouldn't say within, I should say with on because the world is literally a flatter. There's goddamn love it because it is a flat world riding on the back of four elephants which in turn are riding on the back of a giant turtle flying through space as you do. Yeah, anyways, as always saying this one involves a city watch, but the reason that's interesting is very, very rarely. This is when the very rare occurrences, this is not taking place in sort of the main city of this of this universe ANC more pork. I was of trouble on how people would say that ANC onc more pork, maybe hunk an k. h. I think that might be pronounced on like the gypped anyways. Yeah, takes place Erta in the countryside, Sam vines or Samuel von, or sir Samuel vines. If you prefer, he's sort of the leader of the city watch and he's gotta take vacation because his wife's making them and it's the sort of classic a guy who loves his work so much that the thought of vacation is very stressful to. So when he finds himself out in the countryside and things are seemingly going a little a legal, let's say he. Obviously quickly gets engaged with that. The legalities, oh, what's a hard word say, come in the form of a few things. The first is smuggling. Yeah, let's sort of dipping your toe in a legal stuff, but more and more we learn, it's a has to do with slavery and murder of goblins. This is fantasy and I guess the strictest sense in that there's dwarves in. There's there else really elves anyways, there's towards gnomes goblins goblins in this world are treated like shit real. Yeah, they're not even second class citizens, third class at dozens so much so that this like no other fantasy. I've read deals a lot with sensual beings being treated as commodities, obviously in the form of slavery. So touches on some some, some non funny issues obviously which for Terry Pracha if you again, if you've ever read a discworld. These are some of the very rare where books that I read where actually physically laugh out loud books are funny often, but actually laughing out loud. I find as is rare compared to say like a TV or movie. I no wonder why that is or video game as well. You never really. It's almost like the degree. Yeah, you know what? Maybe there's a direct correlation here. So when I'm reading a book, that's when I'm most sort of pulled in and engaged and. Then second would be video games. And then third would be movies and TV's, and there's a direct opposite correlation there that I'm more likely to laugh at TV and. Yeah, but then yeah, and then video games second, and then books last. Yeah, I think that's your. Are now video anyways, we're at a time, so Louise rating of easy. Five hundred five maybe six out of five. Love and just world in general. Jayme gibbon. Today's game, goblin or rather double movie. Monologue. Sponsor is bad, Bob sunscreen. Thank you for that sponsorship. Yes, I did finish a game because was still playing Noman sky up until yesterday. Did the atlas path got to the center of the galaxy kinda sorta kinda sort of you'll know what you mean if you did that. So because I devoted so much time to no man's sky, I didn't have a new game. I am just started though the wolfenstein old blood. So we'll have that next up. So so instead I watched shift on movies including this next movie, the Clapper from twenty seventeen. Fifteen minutes of fame disturbs the life of a man who works as a Clapper until vision apparently owner. This is an actual IRL term. The people who sort of sit in audiences in maybe talk shows, but probably more often in audiences of infomercials. 'cause they're paid to be there. Obviously, you're not just gonna sit there for a whole day while shows recorded you gotta. You gotta get some Chetta. It's revolves around that sort of life in particular Ed Helms playing Eddie crumble, and sort of how him appearing on some these. He sort of called out by a talk show and they sort of try to find him. And obviously, if you're famous for being one of these people, you're not going to get jobs because you're supposed to be just a sort of nor normal, Joe blow in these audiences, not a famous person, right? I guess definite dark comedy vibe. It's got some ups and downs rating wise go a solid. Three plus also has Amanda Siegfried safe Seefred who you probably recognize if he's are and she she's very good as well. Yeah. It's just a good, good kind of a dark comedy movie that s- moving onto the life and times of judge ROY bean. Yes. Haven't seen this in a while from nineteen seventy two starring none other than Mr. Paul Newman western, that is funny as well. Got some some funny moments in it. I if you like a western, if you like Paul Newman, you will like this. Can I give it a five? I don't know. I really do like it. This is probably my second or third viewing. It's a feel like a movie. I will dust off every couple of years. It's sort of a series of vignettes more than like one stories, kind of how you can look at it series of strange and funny occurrences over the course of the life of this judge, ROY bean character. Okay. Moving on to game night, watched this last night with the MRs very, very much liked lots of laughs, a group of friends who meet regularly litter. Larely for game nights, find themselves tangled on the real mystery. When the shady brother of one of them seemingly could not by dangerous gangsters yet your Jason Bateman you got your Rachel mcadams move. She was looking good in this. Oh, you know, what was the Kylie? Bunbury I, she was one of the actresses as well, very, very, per t- you get some big names on it. You got some volumes in it all in all. I had laughs and it sort of jumped back and forth between action and comedy. Well, I go solid four, two, five, yeah. Hey, why not? Last butts leasts? Yeah, I think of this batch silence from twenty sixteen it was long and it was pretty boring and. Seventeenth century to Portugalete Portuguese, Jesuit. Priests travel to Japan and attempt to locate their mentor is rumored to have committed apostasy and to propagate into propagate Catholicism. Yeah. This movie could easily have been solved. Of the problems of this movie out, maybe the movie. It's I, if people were just not religious. If just religion did not exist, all the atrocities that you witness in this movie in the name of religion would not have happened. It is depressing. It's sad, the futility of religion really, really hits me in the face, and it was interesting because I feel like I could have watched this movie when I was a younger man and just been like this sort of an interesting movie, but but now I know what this movie's trying to do. It's it's trying to make me think that the people who will do anything for Catholocism to bring it to others are our heroes and and their sacrifices are for the betterment of mankind. But no, all it made me think as. Why do you care so much? Just just given just just, you know what? If the choice between death and pain and the death of pain of others that you are causing to quite often, the example these in this is to other spit on a on a cross with Jesus on it or or more more often put your foot on a picture of Jesus. That's what the the Japanese people were making the Catholic people do in order to sort of denounce the religion, they would. They would do these sort of things like that. Anyways, do that, then you will no longer be tortured. Those who are being tortured because you won't do that one. That'd be tortured, like just do it who really. Cares. Made me made me angry is what I'm saying. Movie was, you know, there were two. Johnny. Got. Internet intercourse. I like totals today's internet's into sponsor summa. Summa. Thank you for that sponsorship. Okay. Got a lot of, I guess they're all podcast. Technically, technically, maybe the first one isn't, but it is the first one of course is comedians in cars getting coffee season, ten kinda sorta kinda sort of if you're unfamiliar with comedians in cars, can coffee, Jerry seinfeld's with comedians, quote, unquote in some cases will go out in a in a nice old car or maybe nice new car drive around, get a Cup of coffee. Just shoot the shit talk as if they were sitting and talking on a podcast. It is a podcast come on and it's now a net flicks. I don't know if they put all the old seasons from when it was just a internet based web series. I guess you call it. Yeah, and they're good. Hey, what more can you say really? Who did we have here? Kevin Hart. Oh, wait. No, that's season what she's nineteen. That's Zach galifianakis those great. Almost feel like there's there that Calvin Acas a lot of people, I guess, are very different people. So as I see them sit down just because they're both, comedians can sit and sort of have a talk people who are comedians, have such a an interesting sort of brain that's regardless of the type of comedian you are or how you are in real life. I feel like there's a shared connection that you could just sit down and talk, and that's why the show works. I guess Dave, Pell, Ellen Degeneres, Tracy Morgan, Brian Regan, Dana Carvey Assan men, height, Menashe Menasheh Neal, Brennan. John Mullany, Kate McKinnon out Baldwin comedian, and Jerry Lewis rest. In. Just rest in. Yeah, so a very, very good. If you haven't seen any of these, you can go back. She can find all the old ones. Okay. So moving on to lower. Oh, yeah. This is a new one. I just added listening to harm Italian and they had on a man by the name of Erin monkey. Who does a podcast about? Well, let me read a lower is an award winning critically acclaimed podcast, but true life, scary stories, lurks poses the darker side of history, exploring the creatures people in places of our wildest nightmares. Yeah, cool sounding, right. And I gotta say very, very good. I'm I don't know how many episodes of men ten yet somewhere around the double jets. Anyways of enjoyed every episode, Aaron Maki. Good host. He's got a pleasing voice on Akam tone talking about fucked up shit. So it's a good mix. A good juxtaposition Yemenite say, okay, another one, I just started a just added to my podcast listening ref, twat, beautiful stories from anonymous people. I always thought the show was just called beautiful an ominous anonymous, but maybe that's the full title with Chris gathered. Oh, I heard he just stopped his TV shows. Well, anyways, one phone call one hour. No names, no holds barred. It says on that. You're wolf posting for this podcast. Yeah. So a person will call in with some sort of story or interesting life or just random dude or do it at and. Chris gathered, we'll talk to them for one hour. The one that I sort of hopped on board with was a, they talked to, oh yeah. This ties in with orange is the new black, very, very well because they talked in two girl who was about to in the next couple. Excuse me in the next couple of weeks going to go to prison. She you had been involved in a bunch of drug stuff. Was arrested, tried convicted, and I, I guess it's normal quote, unquote that you just sort of go to prison like it happened in orange is the new black. Literally, the main quote, unquote character. She did her crimes and then like, had you know, weeks or months or whatever to prepare self and then just drove herself to prison sort of thing. Well, people drove her and that's what's happening to this girl. So we found out all, but the sort of crazy life she lived and what she's thinking about and and how she's going to or at least your plan to use. Is the time to better herself. So I was something which I think a lot of these stories do which is shine line on things and also give you hope for mankind is maybe how you could look at it and also Chris cowards, a funny, dude. So you're gonna have some comedy are old into their speaking of comedy who charted? So four hundred? Yes. Episode four hundred. Oh man. I remember when I hit my episode for hundred. I don't really. Oh wait. No, that's when I changed the name from the lackadaisical liberty regulus to simply the liberal cure bus. What I did on episode, four hundred or was it three fifty, four hundred anyways. Yeah. Cool up. Rely sack came back. She was if you're unfamiliar with the puck us, she was the former guest, sir. The co-hosts use a former co host. She left fortyish episodes ago. I guess it was. So she came back for the sort of special special app that was cool to see her in Howard gun. This guy, Steve g or Steve AG if you prefer, because I think that's correct who I love. He always comes on the hundred episodes apparently end other ones as well. And he has his own podcast. I used to do one called. But the I don't think he does that anymore. I know he doesn't new on about how he like sick all the time. I haven't checked it out yet, but he's just a funny dude in general. So to have those three to celebrate the four hundred episode was delightful, and I hope you listen to. Oh shit. Okay. I'm at a time as you heard. So the last one will do as honorable mentioned since the whole time thing, and I shouldn't even be talking right now. To be honest, I pause the timer, which is you're not supposed to do. I'm a rebel with a cause and the causes talking on a rule mentioned to never not funny with guests, Scott Offerman. Yes, yes. So God damn good folks. That leaves. The final thing say, which is always the final thing this hash say, which is it's nice to be nice to the nice. And done. Donovan done. I like Ron. This is the end of the show since your thank you for listening time to some things. And I do not mean, but you can like us off as book. You can follow Jordan, underscore Maywood onto Witter. You can subscribe and comment on items. Lastly, if you would like to contact the podcast, you can eat made Jordan dot may would g mail dot com. I would like to conclude that I am not a role bought and bad. I have. I've got a. 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DC Fandome: The Batman, Snyder Cut, The Suicide Squad, Black Adam, Shazam, Wonder Woman 1984 & More

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DC Fandome: The Batman, Snyder Cut, The Suicide Squad, Black Adam, Shazam, Wonder Woman 1984 & More

"Hello, everyone. Welcome to slash phone daily for Monday August Twenty Fourth Twenty Twenty on today's episode we're going to be talking about the latest film and TV news and that actually includes a big discussion about DC Phantom, which took place this past weekend and delivered a bunch of interesting news talk about my name is Ben Pearson on the senior writer at slash. Dot Com and I'm joined on today's episode by slash. Film. Weekend. Editor Brad. Omen Hey. That's me and writers why Tran Bui everyone and Chris Evangelista. Our guys, it's Monday We're basking in the glow of DC Fan Dome, which is something that I personally was dreading a little bit because it was a twenty four hour event I didn't really know exactly how this was gonna go. We just came off of COMECON at home, which was I think all of us agree a pretty disappointing experience but. What did you guys think about the way that DC how that compared to the? COMECON. At home experience we'll dive into all of the panels trailer discussions here in a little bit. But before we do that, let's just sort of go around the room and see what you thought about that Christmas are with you know like I'm right there with you I was reading this is on a Saturday it was I was not in the mood. For it but you know it turned out really well, it was really well produced. The I didn't watch everything obviously things I watched I enjoyed even like the acclamation panel, which was literally just nothing I just enjoyed washing it because James Wanted, Patrick Wilson were just having fun with it and the stuff that I saw was a lot more interesting than literally anything I saw I'd COMECON. So I have to give it up for for the DC fan. Dome. A never thought that we be saying that. Actually what do you think? I was pleasantly surprised by the whole thing I was in the same boat. As you guys I did not know what to think of the twenty four hour thing and I thought that was a weird gimmick that they're trying to do to pull more viewers in but you know they I think they kinda not that out of the part they. Managed to do what comic con at home was not able to do and kind of create or recreate that communal experience that I was really missing from comecon at home. That is one of the big. Important aspects of COMECON and various cons. By making it the twenty four hour sort of a limited time window thing and bringing people together and encouraging them to ask questions and talk about it and I think it created a buzz that wasn't really existent with comecon at home and and because they had the content to like Warner, brothers knew they had all this the candy for us waiting and were just things that people really excited for. So the combination of that and they definitely learned from become Kinda mistakes and made it more of an interactive more of just A. An Exclusive that just kind of something that you could gather around the water cooler for says. Yeah I think you're totally right about that to me it sort of felt like Well, we should say that I guess in the days leading up to it, they decided to that fan dome was so big that they wanted to split it into two different events and we talked about that on a previous to this podcast but I think that actually ended up being a really smart move for them because it it created that sense of community that you're talking about it was sort of like if you're on twitter dot. D. Fan Dome it sort of felt like everybody was sitting in Hall H. at Comic Con and like tweeting about the same stuff in like talking about the same stuff in it sort of dominated the conversation in a way that I didn't think anything from car home ever really had the chance to, and the fact that it was, you know whatever was eight or twelve hours of continuous content that people generally pretty. All of us anyway really cared about. and. Our readers and listeners really cared about I. think that helped out a lot Brad. What did you think about the comparison between the two thousand? Yeah. Pretty much feel the same way I was just impressed by how smooth it was. There didn't have any real glitches or anything like that. They stayed mostly on schedule they had just one big long stream planned and. Since, it was pure quarter delays between the big panels and they even had little inbetween like sketches in bits that were entertaining and amusing. You know allowed for more fan engagement to they had pictures of art that fans had done and costs play and. You'll even pet strep a superheroes mets cheesy but. It still allows the fans to engage in a way that makes them feel appreciated in seen by the rest of the fan community and. They, just plan it out really well with as far as reveals and putting all the footage online because they you know you know that they didn't do that. It was going to get pirated an end up online anyway. So it was great that everything ended up on. Youtube afterwards as far as the trailers in sneak peeks and the panels themselves were infinitely more entertaining than anything that comic con at home just a very. Well produced virtual convention. I. Hope other conventions that are coming up in the near future take heed follow suit. Yeah I totally agree and I think the one of the before we move on from this one of the real big reasons that I thought that this is really cool is what you guys have said, how how produced it was one of the aspects that this had that COMECON did not have this year was at comics sort of felt like a series of zoom events and this felt. The idea of DC fan dome is like. They were you know people were standing inside this virtual dome that he has Brad alluded to is like a little cheesy in like Jim. Lee. The WHO's like a head Honcho over at DC like a evidently designed the whole thing and there's You know. It's very obviously like people standing on green screens on stuff and just you know some Cgu CG wizardry going on. But it gave the whole thing a sense of place and a sense of separation from just people joining zoom calls and I thought that was a something that that sort of separate a bit helped it. Feel really produce also like during the QA sessions at during the panels and stuff they would occasionally cut in footage of you know behind the scenes shots from the making of the movies that they're talking about from previous movies you know. Linda Carter showed up briefly during the wonder woman nineteen eighty-four panel like while she was talking, they would just like show footage of her from the show you know from her original wonder woman show and little touches like that. Go a long way to making the whole thing feel like really professional instead of just like last-second thrown together. So yeah. All of us I think are. Fan Dome, which I never thought we would say. All right. Let's get into the trailers in the the convention stuff itself although the panels and all of that. So I the biggest one that. That happened was the last one which was the Batman. So Matt Reeves Movie. Is Only, Chris I think you covered this panel? Do you remember how far along in the production he said they were before they had to stop shooting due to the coronavirus I believe he said twenty five percent. Okay. So twenty five percent and they still manage to put together a trailer that I think all of us were pretty impressed by or maybe it was just I know I know some reservoir I haven't gotten the full reactions around the table. So let's go ahead and do that. Let's go around and ten tell people what you guys thought about the Batman trailer of Christmas. Man This this thing. Really impressed me I didn't even think they were going to have a trailer because again they haven't been shooting that much but. The fact that they were able to cut this together. And make it look. Really Cool. Really impressed me. You know I it. You know trailers are deceptive. They're made to sell you WanNa film and actually when I was doing the breakdown of the trailer which is. Calm you can serve start to see the scenes in the sense that this is really just like. Four scenes. They just picked from and they just kept reusing footage from those four scenes, but they made it work really well and. I was always going to see this movie, but the Shriller went from me being like. Another Batman movie to being like Oh. My God I really WanNa see this like immediately. Brad let's switch it up. What would you think? Yeah, I was totally impressed by this. I wasn't really sure what to expect I love raises director and I think that it was interesting casting simone like Robert Pattinson as Batman and the the whole whole vibe of this trailer is just much darker and seedier that expecting it feels like David fincher crime thriller and so far. Just the just feels less Polish than Christopher Nolan in a good way in a way where. Like you really feel the grit of Gotham but not in a way that it feels like it's digging into the same Moody Broody territory that Zack Snyder was. There's there's a much more grounded a feeling. It's almost like a happy medium between the two where it has you know the realistic nature of Christopher Nolan and the greenness of what we saw in the DC universe of Zach Snyder but in a way that is refreshingly. Realistic I guess you would say. A sheet do you think so I know that the some images of the trailer before it hits and I joined in on sort of? Making a poking fun ribbing slightly at the images of our pans in and looking very broody as you would expect her Batman star to be but I was blown away by the trailer as well. I was really excited. My Love, the the fincher sort of tone that this whole trailer takes and actually this is a an interesting take better heard from film critic. Hulk. WHO said that is not grim dark that he felt but more night. And I thought that was an interesting description of it because I feel like it the trailer itself fuels more not only fincher ask but kind of taps into that. Noir. Detective. has said that he is attempting to draw from. Yeah I totally. Agree with that I. thought that was very Not. Surprised because Matt, reeves is a great filmmaker and I've I've enjoyed almost everything that he's done that I've definitely actually everything that he's done that I've seen. So I'm not surprised that this looks good. I'm just surprised that it looks this good with this little footage and I love the the serial killer looking touches the just the the to the Batman notes and like the little codes and things ridler seems to be a big part of the story so. Yeah all that the stuff sort of came together. Really well for me Chris We're talking about the trailer I have to assume that everyone listening to has seen the trailer but I don't think I can make that assumption about everybody actually watching the panels of all the stuff that happened at DC fandom so. Without. A full blow by blow which people can just click on the link in the show notes and read everything that happened in the panel. Why don't you just go over a couple of things that that sort of stood out to you from the panel discussion? That you know centered on the Batman you know Matt Reeves is a very good speaker. I've never really listened to him speak at length before and just his enthusiasm for the project really stood out to me and a lot of you know I encourage her wonder read the right up. But a lot of what he said really resonated with me especially as someone who again I'm a little cynical about this I love Batman stuff baton was a big deal me when I was a kid I loved the Nolan films I like the. The pert films I don't really like this accent or films but I continue to you know enjoy Batman as a character, but a part of me has been like. Enough Enough Batman but a lot of stuff he said really. Resonate in the way that he's approaching the film You. Know he did throw around gritty and realism a little too much for me but he was talking about how they're trying to make this stand apart from every other version of Batman before One of the things that really thought was interesting was. There trying to make their Gotham city really just look unlike any Gotham we've seen, and also really unlike any real American city the Tim Burton Gotham is very it doesn't look like a real place, but you know it's very style is in the Joel Schumacher. Gotham is very stylized as well with neon and stuff like that, and then Nolan's Gotham seemed real because he didn't really try to hide the fact that it was basically just Chicago, in Pittsburgh you know there's a of Chicago and Pittsburgh landmarks you can constantly see in the background and Nolan's films and was saying they really wanted to avoid that with this. So like there's a scene where there's characters thicker to a place called Gotham Square and you might immediately think, oh, that's just must be time square but they they went out of their way to shoot this in the UK and London locations to make it does not really look like New York or look like time square look like something we'd recognize and I thought that was really neat idea to make to really make it stand out from the same old same old and then from there. He just you know there's he. Set A lot basically, but other things he I really liked that the bat suit is meant to look like it's cobbled together because it's supposed to be Batman built this from scratch you know the the Nolan suit, he just like found it like, oh, we just had this in storage and he painted a black and then the Burton suit looks very much you know manufactured but this is supposed to be. It's Batman in his second year of crimefighting. So He's been doing this a little while, but he still relatively new to it. So the costume sort of has this you know. Cobbled together look where he's still adapting it and he's still trying to figure out you know what the best possible suit would be and that ties into the movie to in that he said that a big part of the movie is about Batman figuring out really who he is you know this isn't origin story. It's not like odd. This is how Bruce Wayne Becomes Batman but he's not established yet either he sort of just sort of still learning the ropes and stuff like that really goes a long way to making the sound like it's not going to be the same old same old again, which is a big. A big selling point. So I remain pretty excited about this yet that last point is especially interesting because he talked a lot on during that panel discussion about the Wayne Family and how Bruce Wayne and Batman like the history of that family is going to be tied in with the history of corruption in Gotham and I think that's something that I've sort of wish that the Batman movies would would deal with especially in recent years. The idea of like Bruce Wayne, as this rich boy. Who who sort of like you know he has all of these these gifts of. Detection and his physical strength. He's gone through training and all of that kind of stuff but he's also aided by this tremendous wealth that his family has had. It sounds like this movie is going to be exploring the back story of maybe like health family got so wealthy or like what sort of dirty things they may have had to do to stay wealthy that I don't think we've really seen explored in other Batman media in a significant way maybe. In filmed media anyway I'm sure the comics have touched on that over the however many decades they've been around but real quick before we move on for Batman. Chris Bay Matt Reeves also talk a little bit about the TV show the. I. Think top Gotham PB or something that's for Hbo Max Right was there anything from that? Stood out to you. So when this news broke, a lot of us were like, is it really a good idea to make a show about cops right now just because everything that's going on and? A few of us were like, well, maybe they're corrupt cops and you confirm that, yes, it is going to be a show about corrupt cops and corruption in the Gotham police force. He also said it's going to be actually a Prequel of the movie because all the movie is set in. Batman year to the Gotham, pe show is actually set in year one when Batman is I starting to emerge and and the show is going to deal with how these corrupt. COPS deal. With a sudden appearance of this vigilante in their city and stuff like that. So to just made that sounds really cool and interesting. So you know as cynical as I may be I, I have to admit I really think the franchise or whatever you WanNa call right now is pretty good hands. I'm curious is there anything in Batmans s stores origins that might be important that we would see again that we've never seen before I do something that happened to his parents i. I don't know I. Hope they talk about his parents at some point in the movie at least once i WanNa know what happened to Bama's like how this guy become Batman what his parents do to screw this guy up. So Much I. Hope we find out. That have something with jewelry I duNNo. Eight that's great. Chris I think you're right though like beat for beat I think Batman panel like the way that Matt Reeves was talking about that is is more information dense. Any thing that I saw at at DC fandom. So I really encourage people if he did not watch that panel or even if you did maybe just to refresh yourself to to read that full right up because there's a ton of stuff in there and also check out Christmas break down of the Batman trailer, which has a bunch of clues in details of stuff you may miss the first time around. Okay. So let's move on to Black Adam. So Brad, this is one of the panels that I did not watch so. I'll I will be just like our listeners during this segment. So tell me what happened during the Black Adam panel. This is the movie that stars Dwayne Johnson, right? Yeah. So Dream Johnson's been attached to this black Adam movie for a long time and Black Adam essentially the best way to describe he's kind of like a villainous or anti hero version of him. He was granted the same powers by the wizard. Suzanne out just but it was five thousand years ago in this nation called conduct, which is similar to Egypt. But just the comic book version of it basically and a at the time actually years ago when Johnson decided to play like Adam, he was given the choice between whether or not he wanted to play his am or Black Adam. So this has been something that's been in the works for a while every couple years we hear doing Johnson? Say we think it's going to next year I think it's GONNA shoot next year. It seems like it's finally a more real thing because there finally a teaser that was released in the form of kind of a montage in history of black Adam with concept art that was created by Jim Lee from DC comics and boss logic who is a a famous kind of digital artist who creates a lot of? Posters like for A. Fan made ideas or like imagining certain actors in different roles and things like that. He's very, very popular on social media with the various Photoshop mockups that he does I, and so basically it's it's set up this idea of who black Adam is what the movie at. Basic core will be about our black Adam returns after the exile for five thousand years because the power he was given, it corrupted him and he became. More of a villain than a hero, even though he freed his own people who were slaves like he was and free this family. So when he comes back, it's now the modern era and the powers which is am have been passed onto an, but it doesn't seem like she's am as part of this movie and we don't really know what the plot is beyond. Black Adam. Coming back. But what we do know is that the movie will introduce the Justice Society of America in the form of four characters who are also part of this movie but we previously heard that no Centenario who is the honky romantic lead into all the boys I've loved before on Netflix is playing a character called atom smasher who basically has the powers of Atman he can. Grow and. Shrink. But he can basically turn himself to the size of like the Eiffel Tower, the Empire State. Building and whatnot, but also be seeing Hawk man. Doctor, fate, and cyclone as the other three members of Justice Society of America. And it's as far. I can tell bill be working with blackout of instead of fighting against him but again, it's tough to say because even though this introduced us to the characters that will be involved and Black Adam's history the overall plot is kept shroud of essentially for now. So right now, we have these little details to go on and a potential hint from Rian Johnson added at some point maybe there will be a meeting between black. Adam and Superman and whether or not. They're friends or enemies will We'll have to wait and see. So, this is one of the panels where. This took place Basically, they have not shot anything for this movie yet. They're still in the casting face and stuff like that. So given that you know this is one that didn't have didn't pack the punch as some of the other panels did being able to drop footage that people could get excited about what did you make of the panel overall Brad having having Washington you know guess are you more or less excited about black Adam having watching them having I mostly just intrigued you know 'cause I like the idea of Rian Johnson playing a superhero or in this case Black Adam has been an anti hero and also villain he's kind of all of these things at different times throughout DC. Comics. And I think the thing that intrigued me the most about what Brain Johnson said is that oftentimes you see. People with superpowers still fighting with restraint in some capacity and he's he's Black Adam as somebody who doesn't really follow those kind of rules and kind of his power just burst out you know without without any of those safeguards in place he said he delivers his own brand of black Adam Justice, and so I'm curious to see how a movie based around a character like this will work for audiences when you want to be. Cheering for your your protagonists and you WanNa be rooting for that menace if he's going to be kind of this power-hungry potentially not so great guy. I'm interested to see how that Erica dynamic plays out in an actual story the. Okay, let's move on to Zack Snyder's justice league. There is a a teaser trailer released for that, which is the the whole project is coming to Hbo Max Sometime in Twenty Twenty one and Snyder. Of course directed the twenty Seventeen Justice League movie just weedon had to come in during post production and sort of finish the project up after a Snyder status due to a family emergency, and we've been talking about the fallout ever sense because. This project has somehow become you know one of the most controversial things in in Superhero Movie History Really Warner media is actually investigating the production of the movie now years later because Ray Fisher who plays cyborg is has made all these public statements about potential abuses of power and stuff that happened on the set. So it's all very vague right now I'm very curious to see what comes of that what if anything comes of that because? I'm just very curious of what exactly everybody's talking mountain and how this may be possibly get any more controversial than it already already is senator released a new teaser for this movie and I wanted to we thought about it h. let's start with you this time. What did you make of this? This tease aren't. I think that says a lot right there. It's really a lot of footage. Well, let's let's I'll. I'll reserve my thoughts for just a second Brad. Let's go back around the circle. What did you think about this one? Honestly. I hated the trailer and it's not just because I'm tired of talking about Justice League or all the Hullaballoo around the release of Zach Snyder version of Justice League but it just feels like a real shitty trailer someone let. Zach Snyder. Edit the trailer to the version of Hallelujah that he used during that sexiness and watchmen. And it's just an assembly of all the scenes that we heard were cut from. Zach Snyder's original of Justice League not in any real stylish way or in an interesting way, and it doesn't make the movie look all that different from what we already saw in theatres just feels like an assembly of deleted scenes where they're trying to sell the BLU ray or something like that, and the fact that this is going to be cut into what was it for one hour installments just makes me roll my eyes even harder into the back of my head I just I I was just I was curious about this at the very least and this trailer just. Chris, what did you think about this trailer like h she I didn't watch the whole thing because I don't care. But I did see that that lead clip of it, which immediately made me embarrassed and I wanted to never see again I just. I don't WanNa turn with thing but there has never been a filmmaker and a film that's received more attention that didn't deserve it than Zach Snyder and Justice League I'm sorry I don't think Zach Center is like a bad filmmaker. He's an average filmmaker at best and to have. This much energy and time and effort devoted to him, and this movie in particular is just it's just exhausting our God and. I can't wait till. It comes out because hopefully that will. Knock on wood finally put this to rest but I'm sure it won't I'm sure it will be. Released the theatrical cut because it's going to be broken up. We want the movie version and go on the air cuts. Cats. Yeah I mean, I, sort of agree with you Brad I think vm Footage was just. underwhelming to me like I went into this with a full of. Like fully ready to be impressed and be surprised pleasantly surprised after being relatively exhausted with having talked about for so long but I just it felt like you said sort of like deleted scenes and just sort of like Sa- million almost like it felt like I was watching the movie that I saw in the theater three years ago and haven't really thought much about sense like. We've talked all about like the stuff surrounding it but like the actual justice, League movie, the content of it in the storyline of it in the beats and the jokes and whatever I haven't really given it much thought since then because I didn't really like it that much the first time around and I thought like, okay. Well, here's a chance for maybe an improvement like not. It doesn't have anything to do with my feelings about a Josh Weeden versus Zach Snyder or anything like that. Just like okay. Here's a story that I didn't really care that much about the first time maybe a a new twist on it will be an improvement but I think that this teaser really gave us much to to latch onto in that regard in like it didn't give me much hope in any way that. That, this will be a big improvement over the story that we saw the first time around. So I don't know I. Mean I guess it's it's just a teaser and Chris. trailer is a trailer and sometimes can be misleading and whatever so I I don't know. Really, what's a makeup at but? I guess what we're going to be talking about this for a while anyway because this movie doesn't get released until twenty, twenty one and yes. As you mentioned, it is going to be released in four one hour parts. So that was some of the big news the came out of the panel. We also know that Cyborg character is going to be more of the. He's going to be the heart of the movie in this cut which I thought he was sort of barely a character in the theatrical version. So I guess that's going to be a different one but differences. Ball. Yeah and Snyder also talked about how Ezra Miller version of the flash is going to. you know people are GonNa see a lot more of him, and the quote was that people are going to get to see more of his emotional arc. which I guess is good because he sort of was like a an exposition, a joke machine, the first time around so. I I don't know guys I'm I'm not thrilled with all the the panel was really weird and you can read my full right up on that It got a little uncomfortable at times because he brought on some like people who are clearly fans of his and they just had this conversation or it was like them falling all over him interesting like we love and support your work and your vision in him just sort of sitting there and like. You know. He had the sense of like I, appreciate what you're saying, but the optics of it were so strange. And for everybody at DC Phantom to be watching this that was one of those moments where I, almost wish there was something else going on where I could click over and just like get away from the craziness of what was happening there and then being of cringing. Peter wanted us to mention this because I think it was a big conversation big talking point all day sort of in the lead up to this panel. Chris you mentioned that the trailer leaks beforehand so Scott. Mendelson. Who is a friend of ours and a front of the sites and he's actually been a guest on Chris's twenty-first-century Spielberg podcasts. He's a writer at Forbes covers box office and stuff like that. He said So that trailer for the Snyder Justice League looks like the same movie lots of deleted scenes from the marketing campaign but otherwise looks like alternate takes of existing scenes that that was his tweet and then Zach Snyder quote tweeted that and said, you said you enjoyed the theatrical cut of justice. League like you. Enjoy your Saturday morning cartoons will this is made for grownups. So you're not in the demographic also cool of you to comment on a League teaser. So that sue tweet sparked this huge discussion of like basically while what how Lo- is Zack Snyder's thinking here to make a comment like this when this is just like a classic definition of classic instance of a cell phone like it's very easy for Zach Snyder a rich and powerful person in Hollywood to just sit silently not comment on something like this but instead he decided to save this movie is made for grownups. I have to I would be remiss with go around the circle real quick and just get your thoughts on this Chris I. Know this rub you especially the wrong way. So I guess I'll let you go first. What do you make this whole thing? I was just outraged but I, it's like personal Scott's comment was not even negative I mean yeah. I. Guess You could say maybe was sort of negative assay it looks the same but he wasn't like. Shit, and instead said in the past that he's actually wants to see the Snyder cut and presents to be like. By movies for grownups it's like dude what is wrong with like Scott Zach cider is getting literally everything he wants in this situation and it's still not good enough for him and it's like it was so drastic contrast hours later because right before the Batman Panel, the Batman trailer actually leaked and instead of Mary's being like don't comment on my league trailer he was he went on twitter and it was like thanks so much guys. You're going to see the real thing in a few minutes and it's like what a contrast between Matt Rees being like a class act about it and just being. This crybaby like get over it man you're getting what you want what else do you want at this point? So. Weird for him to the idea of saying that this movie is made for grownups is a joke that people would have made. Seven or eight years ago about a director talking about a grim darker version of a superhero movie and he's actually saying it like irony free right now in the Year of our Lord Twenty Twenty what the Hell is going on here. Did you see this? What do you make of the dust up surrounding? This has all this tweet I hated it and I don't want to give Zach. Snyder more airtime than he deserves because I think he's just being as sensitive overly aggressive. Bro. As only way, I can really describe it I just like. It's very immature way of responding to something that wasn't even an insult or even a criticism. It was just a comment that was observed with very observational comment that at goes a lot of what we were saying earlier and I just I don't know why he's so up in arms about this about something that he is already one basically over so you don't need to be Defensive Zach Snyder you have. A elision of a fans who will you know pile on every person? Who will a look the wrong way at you so just In a four hour version of Justice League that's come to Hbo Max Years, after, that the ethical version which he still credited for. So yeah. I'm I'm sort of at a loss for the Brady over these sort of final thoughts on this whole Zach Snyder situation. Zach Snyder took my foot roll up. told me. It was for grownups. So I'm very mad at him. Okay, let's move onto the `schisms sequel. As she. I did not watch this panel I assume this was one of those sort of like a frothy fun panels Zachary Levi, show up like who who is involved in. What did you see for this panel is only five minutes long and it was a well. Brought the as could be it was Zachary. Levi and his co co-stars including Asher Angel Jack Dillon Grazer meagan. Good Faith Herman and Adam Brody showing up the last minute to just joke about how they couldn't say anything and how their lips were sealed and Sinbad also showed up at crashed to crash the panel and make a big sort of joke about how a lot of people thought Sinbad starred in the original film and they were kind of making a gag about how he would appear in the second film. I'm not actually sure if that's true if those are just continuation of that sort of. That joke but. That was a whole back and forth and until. They revealed at the end of the very short five minute panel. That's the. Title for Suzanne to officially ZAM fury of the Gods which David Epstein Burke who also appeared on the panel confirmed he's also returning to direct this film. So that's that's the film it's called Shit Sam vary of the gods. Do we know anything about what that might mean a she? If you've read into that at all, we don't really know anything. No End Malino that the acronym Shem comes from the six immoral immortal elders who grant the character, his powers Solomon Hercules Atlas Zeus Achilles. Mercury does it have to do with the source of his powers? Does it have to do with Black Adam ends at a tie in? We do not know yet. So there are very very scant details on this but. That's Okay. All right. A small amount of information for a small panel it makes sense. Okay, so wonder woman nineteen eighty-four we we need to really get into the panel discussion itself because that one sort of. Pretty Frothy as well. There wasn't too much there Linda Carter like I mentioned dropped by and and there was a lot of mutual admiration from everybody. There were a couple of little details that might be worth reading. If you're a big wonder woman fan saw a link that in the show notes but they did release the second official trailer for one woman nineteen four and I wanted to know what you guys thought about that I guess I'll go first this time I. Really watched the original trailer for wonder woman. Nineteen. eighty-four right before this panel started and was like fully hyped and energize, I really really love that first trailer. So maybe it's just because I was sort of fresh off of viewing of that which I think is so well, edited and Paste and put together music is great and everything about it. I was just like hyped and this new trailer I think. Was a little bit of a step down for me I think mostly because of Kristen Wig, not her character which she plays Cheetah who's one of the villains in the movie? Not Her performance I should say but because of what actually happens at the end of the trailer where she physically transforms into like a Cheetah woman and A. Thought, the C. G. looked a little dodgy. You're sort of like a it took a little bit of the wind out of my sails because the first trailer doesn't show any of that at all and. I guess that that Cheetah, you know the the physical ization of Chris Renwick as Cheetah sort of reminded me of the very end of the I wonder woman where it's sort of turned into a little bit of a, CG. Massin. A little bit sort took a little bit of my wind out of the sales of of that of my love for that movie to like I still love that movie But I think that that's like widely viewed as one of its big faults is like the big finale and seeing this I'm like, Oh, no, are we in for another thing where like GonNa love most of the movie but really not like this one specific angle of it so. Those are my thoughts on the wonder woman nineteen eighty-four trailer Brad. What did you think about it? Yeah I definitely agree that this isn't as well cut as the previous trailer and a big part of it is just that orchestral eighties synth version of blue Monday just really gives that feeder a great pulse There's still a lot of great footage in this trailer I too had kind of a reaction to cheat it. That was kind of like a little boy I hope they have time to fix that before we get that movie in theaters which we should have plenty of time since theaters are not going to do so well But yeah. It kind of looked like. She came straight from from cats. And that's disappointing but you know I'm still very pumped for this movie. Everything else looks good I I kind of like how they're using the time period of the eighties too few. Will you know this? Story of greed essentially because Pedro. Pascal character match Florida's trying to know give people everything they've ever wanted in the eighties is time you know when everyone was very known for their you know crass consumerism men just wanting you know all audience worse things like sharper image catalogs and all nonsense So yeah, I'm still very much excited for this movie. I. I hope that we get to see it in theaters I you. Know I. Don't know if it's GONNA, end up getting delayed again or what's going to happen there. But still for this one Chris I know you like that first trailer, did you have a chance to check out the second one actually forgot to watch this but I remain excited for the film although now I'm a little nervous based on what you guys said but that other trailer was wonderful that there's a part where like. Wonder woman uses her lasso to to wrangle some lightning and deathly such like Stonier LSD imagery and I'm I'm all in on that just how silly that is like I really liked the I wonder woman despite the the ending, which was a little weak but I I'm looking forward to this. So I I hope it turns out. Well, Acu just did a big. Area I guess you just published your big set visit coverage for wonder woman nineteen eighty-four. I have to assume that you watch the trailer even though you weren't covering this panel of course, I lost his trailer my. You think about it minute twitter header is the image of Chris Pine wearing the American flag fanny pack. So that may go to show you how much I did like trailer So yes, I watched it and I. liked it it. It's not as good as the first trailer. It's very much a second trailer showing us a bunch of new footage and giving us a little bit more insight into the villains the Max Lord. Creek character given more of the spotlight as Cheetah which I liked. I kinda liked to see more of how Cheetahs dynamic worked into with with like with Wonderman and and Diana and talked about her motivations a little bit in the trailer to how she. Is Envious of Diana and sort of that God like. Ability, of wonder woman as well. So I like that insight and I was also little bits of on the fence about the Cheetah shot. It was it was just one single shot though so Hopefully. It'll be better but it it didn't came as a bit of a surprise bit surprising that they would be going with the full anther version because that's how I appears in the comics but Yeah. Hopefully, it's a little less digital technology and something a little better So Yup, I'm excited in the I'm just excited for the image of Chris Pine in that. American. Flag Danny. Ru quick before we move on from one woman as she i read your set visit stuff and I listen to you talk with Peter on I. Think it was Friday's episode of the podcast about your theories about what might happen stuff like that. The moment in this trailer where a Christian wigs character is talking about like I don't remember the exact line, but basically it she turns it into sort of like a conversation about the haves and the have nots like you know you've always had this and I've never had anything. does that surprise you or is that something that you sort of like a thought would be one of the themes of this movie from the stuff that you saw from your time, Melissa? That does not surprise me because Jenkins in the as it did talk about how Barbara Minerva is kind of that foil for Diana in that regard in that, she aspires have the godlike powers and aspires had the powers of the gods but I do think tying into that sort of class. And Social context is interesting and that's something that we didn't really make the connection during the visit. So I, think if they lean into that and bring the whole is good theme of the eighties into it as well. That'll be really interesting to see unfold. All Right Guy. So let's wrap up our conversation here today with I. Guess One of the most. Fun. Bits of footage in panel discussions that happened during DC fan dome and that was four James Guns, the suicide squad. So Brad, you're on suicide squad duty. What did you? What did you make of the the footage that they showed which wasn't really a trailer as much as what sort of like a Behind the scenes feature at of the filming of the film. Yeah. So the big thing that they announced first of all was they finally gave us the full list of cast members and who they were playing We knew everyone who is in the movie before, but there was a lot of speculation about the characters that were going to be in this movie and James Gunn has really dug deep in two old suicide squad comics to bring in some of the most obscure in weird characters into the fray There's there's almost I think there's actually over twenty characters here that are going to be in this movie, but James Gunn has said. Not to get to attach them because a lot of these characters are probably going to die and I I wouldn't be surprised if we see a lot of these characters dispatched in hilarious in gruesome ways almost in the same way that x horse was in. Deadpool two. But the other great roster here there's only four returning characters from the original suicide squad. We have Mugabe's Harley Quinn Jack Oranje as Captain Boomerang Kinderman as Rick Flag and Villa Davis as Amanda Waller who got the whole suicide squad together the first time. Now, we found out who everyone else's should I just run through the list real quick everybody else or yeah. All right. So Idris Elba's playing blood sport Johnson is playing peacemaker David. Sheehan is playing polka-dot man Michael Rooker splaying savant flew laborious javelin. Daniel Schorr is playing rat catcher to. Steve AG is the real quick rat catcher too so I from what I, what I'm guessing at that. There was an original rat catcher and this is either that character's daughter or protege who has taken over the mantle Gotcha okay. Steve AG is the physical onset version of King Shark confirm or say who is voicing king? Shark. Yet mailing mailing is playing Mongo Peter polly's playing thinker Alice Braga is Soria Pete Davidson is black guard. Nathan fillion is TDK Sean Gunn is weasel, and then if you care to aren't really on the suicide squad but have some role in the movie is one Dagoberto as playing President General Silvio Luna. Hawking coast playing major general swore as and storm. Reid is playing tyler who has blit Sports Dr. Interesting okay. So you actually did a whole separate article sort of breaking down the most of the hero or anti hero characters in that. So people want to know if they're like wait rat catcher with what are you talking about Oh cannot man what is this You actually have a whole we'll link to that in the show notes as well. So people can get sort of a primer on these characters. So yeah so many so many cool weird characters and you get an even better glimpse of them in. In the feature rats where some of the cast talks about them in also James Gunn style that he's bringing to the table which is very much in line with his gardens, the Galaxy Vibe, but maybe even weirder and possibly darker as well. Chris I know that there was this one moment in this feature at where King Shark that is like basically like ripping a person's head offer like eating a human being whole and you sort of lost your mind at that that image. So what did you think about this like behind the scenes feature at? I mean I was already interested in it because I'm a fan of James Gunn but this is looks delightful. It just look silly and violent and fought. It basically looks like everything we hoped the first one we would be, and then the I really turned out to be a garbage fire and I have much more faith in what James Gunn is doing here. I have much faith in the cast he has here So I'm very excited to see how this turns out and I'm glad that. You know if I were want after after the first suicide squad, I'd be like. Well, that's the end of that were never make another one of these goddamn things again. So I'm glad they were willing to give it a second go let someone like James. Gunn. Come in and do something interesting with it. It really feels like the difference between thor the dark world and Thor Ragnarok to me just you know if you WANNA put it in like a marble comparison just like the sort of. Like under lit sort of like a almost joyless first entry compared to something that just looks totally different on a total level and yeah, I'm I'm very excited to see what James Gunn does. It made me realize how much I've missed. James Gunn is a filmmaker because he had that whole thing where like his tweets got resurfaced in Disney fired him off guardians of the galaxy three and it's you know all of that stuff happened the pandemic hit and it's sort of like time has warped to such a degree where man it's been a while since we've seen a James Gunn movie and I just seeing him and his cast talk about. The way that he's approaching the story and how the stuff comes together in the suicide squad. Made me really happy that at least we're GonNa get to see something of his you know sometime relatively soon. She have you fully completed the transition of your twitter account from a normal hd account to a full on polkadot standing I on my way and I'm just GonNa say fuck it out. Man is going to become the runaway fan favorite character of this movie. I call it right now. I love him. I'm ready to die for him. I love cooking. And I'm so stoked for this movie I I think that this is one of my most displayed movies apart from wondering when eighteen nineteen eighty-four is just. So Kooky and bright and outside outside and fuels like James guns take on a seventies were exploitation movie and I just think that it's such a weird and fun Superhero movie that plays with the boundaries of that Sean Run just looked so fun guys I'm I'm really stoked I'm just excited for all the characters of all these be indeed characters. From the DC comics Pantheon that are coming into probably die soon but it just is so wacky I'm really excited. Well I. Think all of us can use a little wacky nece in our lives right now. So I think all of us are very excited for the suicide squad. So you can read more about that. You can read more about all of the movies that we talked about n some that we didn't there is some stuff from the flash and a few other panels that we covered some video game stuff that Warner brothers in DC released during the first DC fan dome maybe there's GonNa be a second one I don't know we'll see how what state the world is in a this time next year but in the meantime, go go. TO SLASH DOT COM, check out all of the stuff that we've been talking about and and more, and you can listen to this episode or I'm sorry this podcast published three times a week and you can subscribe to the show on Itunes Google podcasts overcast spotify, all popular podcast. APPS, and send your feedback questions, comments, and concerns to us at Peter Slash Home Dot Com make sure to leave your name General Geographic location case we mentioned your email on the air don't forget also to rate and review the podcast on itunes. Tell your friends spread the word. 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DBO: S.A.T.

The Big Ones

34:15 min | 9 months ago

DBO: S.A.T.

"The production data daily big ones edition of. Maybe we should say hello everyone and welcome to the daily your daily Big One. Okay Hey everyone and welcome to your daily big. I'm Amanda in this is Maria and for anyone who's just tuning in for the very first time. God forbid this is a special bonus episode. That's right during the quarantine the quarantine Our stay in quarantine. We've decided to add to the to the content the content creators. There's too much content out there and we thought will we can't beat them. We might as well join them in the right and maybe take them over like if we're basically we we don't have a dog in this fight unless we put our dogs in well. Yeah and we're hoping that. Our content sort of infects everyone else's content and so they all sort of go down together and finally sleep. I know I know I. Yeah so I want to tell you about a fun thing that I got to do yesterday. Yes well you know how I have all those lavender. Those lab that my mom gave me all those lavender's Aha well I'd There were so many of them that I kept some for myself but then I thought you know. I'm thinking it'd be nice if I made a little sign and put them out in some vases outside and I said hey help yourself to some lavender and nice and then I put a sign up in. It said it said you know. Help yourself you can make oils. So it's Cetera whatever and then laid it all out in. Amanda watching people walk by my kitchen window was like I was fishing. I was I watched I. I real- them in. I saw some of them. Take the bait. I saw some of them take a little nibble and walk away. I saw some of them. Just go you know. They dove right in but it was thrilling. Wow if anyone make any acknowledgement like a wave or something. They couldn't see me. I was I was peeping Laura and I was just up in my tower but I I mean really. I was just my eyes. Were locked on that. I'm trying to get a visual representation of this and so did you have it sitting on stairs urges on the sidewalk. And what do I had it on a ledge there we have like a little ledge like outside by the sidewalk. And I see and I put on meet a sign. I made it pretty like I put. I Made I purple lettering. You know because it's lavender of course and but also some black writing so people could see it. You know I mean it was just really beautifully done and all the lavender Gone No. There's still a little bit there. There was a lot of lavender but I put it in little bundles for people and I made it all nice and it was just. I mean to see people walk by and see them. It was almost like one of those prank shows. Where like they were going to pick up a dollar and I was going to reveal them in like how I used to Superglue quarters to the ground. Yeah it's exactly like the opposite of that because you should've tried to superglue the lavender. The Ledge. Yeah that's a good idea. Actually that's very nice of you must feel good to sort of interact with people even from afar it well. It feels good to Wa- to to watch people's behaviors in not in not be acknowledged myself. Yeah you are a voyeur. I really am. It's a great pleasure of mine these are bonus episodes. It's the bone zone that's right. I hope everyone enjoying them there. It's it's a noise to them and it's noise noise to me. It's nothing it's like having on What do you put on in the background? It's like having extra on in the background. Would Omar Extras been freaking me out lately right? Well I sent you okay. Because I don't I haven't watched extra since I was probably in highschool extra extra with Mario Lopez cracked. Oh No. Let's see the access. Hollywood Mar Nancy. Anyway it's been coming on because I've been watching the nightly news. Lester Holt and both Amanda is that even fared everyone else I know he can. He needs to stop taking all the the gigs from people Hold on I gotTA figure this out before you continue. Who Wear Mario Lopez Weekday weekend anchor? Two Thousand Eight Twenty nineteen he was on. Xtra and now Amanda. You're gonNA freak out now. He's a CO host of access. Hollywood well I wonder why jumped ship who? I'm sure you'll talk about it. In his memoir. I love to get the INSIDE SCOOP. Which speaking of inside scoop is not another show though? I think that's inside edition but I always see after. I watched the news at night while I'm eating dinner that I a little glimpse of extra that comes on and it just freaks me out extra will what is it. Freak you out about there just just like Bizarro News. Because they're not really talking about Hollywood gossip. It's all sorts of weird feel good human interest stories. Yeah and so. It's not even really gossip anymore. Now it's just like news but it's weird news delivered by Mario Lopez. What the people want. You wouldn't be on the air if it wasn't so I showed you the. The P the Instagram I share with you Mario Lopez and his like Gaggle of children watching I really you had to clarify. I didn't even know that. Was Mario Lopez. Well better have been. It was on as a cow. I think actually I don't even. I'm not even sure I could be spreading misinformation You know who I okay. Wait a minute hold on. He was married to Ali Landry. And WHO's Allie Landry? And is she Ali Landry? We know Ali Landry. She's like From legally blonde the actor ill. That's not who it is because that's who I thought it was like. Oh she's married to Hayes MacArthur. Who's a very handsome alley larder? Okay yes she's great. Whose injury does girl the doritos girl. What are you even talking about member? She was like the Doritos girl. Everyone couldn't shut up about RX. She's in a Doritos commercial out interesting but I thought she was married to Nicholas. But I think that's another God's Manasseh Shale Mr who's been Nestle Shea I don't know who she will miss a Manila and then she's miss teen. Usa Ninety Eight. So while Allie. Landry was the DORITOS girl she was Miss Teen USA. And listen to those Landry Vanessa. Shays on entertainment tonight which is not access. Hollywood or extra. Oh allie landry. Oh She's beautiful. Of course they wouldn't put her on. Tv She wouldn't she wouldn't Amanda. Oh yes I remember. She ate the Doritos at the laundromats who could forget. It's one of those things they talk about on the that. Vh1 show like. I love the nineties yes. Three does commercials Super Bowl. Ninety eight and then someone come up and they'd go when I go to the laundry. Bet I don't eat doritos like that. And then there'd be like yes. Oh here's Vanessa anyway. Let's get to some of our listeners. L. If everyone else is going to scrape the bottom of the barrel so are we. And that's what that's it is what it is it. Okay this is from Charles and this is This is a follow up. So I don't know if you remember Amanda but we got a message from Charles where he rainbow trolled us in. He said it was Sat Satin. Would I have satin member? Was He's the one who was talking about the fishing village. And there were there. Were someone who rainbow troll does for. They were saying they needed to move to a no. That was the muffins. Would I have muffins for the rest? This is Bazeley his brother wanted to have a child or something and they needed a surrogate and he was in. The brothers name was satin and he was like what I say. Yes yes I think I remember the solar they are. They have their own defense. Yes they're they're they feel like they're pinned against the wall and they're you know they want us to let let them go. We're holding them by the throat. But they also said in the email that they saw matt at Sketch Fest and we were once we realized it was all a farce. We said well. We don't even think you saw matt sketch best. Well why would you believe that? There's nothing to trust so Charles says I was getting ready for bed last night and had your podcast playing and behold you broke into my letter. I do want to point out that all the statements besides the prank portion are a hundred percent. True says the frank stor. Yeah I know I truly love your show which in turn has got me started on sperm cast. Oh Nice I love. I live up in northern California and my son and I did go see superego. During sketch fast well picks her picture. You're a liar. Either ticket stubs. I even told Matt at the meet-and-greet how much I love your show. Well okay so if anyone's ever said that to him. I hope you're not too upset about the trolling as Marie likes to call it. Just some harmless fun in these crazy times albeit it was written pre. Cove it if you're looking for call in fans to be on your show. I would love to participate all right Charles. The the the call has been heard. Let's see let's see because it's going to be harder for Charles to lie straight to our ears it's one thing for a rainbow troll to rainbow troll an email but horrible. Charles comes face to face of as via zoom. It sounds like a banshee. Cry when they try to live face to face it. Just how mel like like sirens call. You know what we should do. We should find a human lie detector. What's that I don't know you mean like a lie detector test? Well yeah they aren't. They're human too gifts and they Kim like tell like active. I guess turn is what I meant for Hugh. Well the ones that can tell. You're lying by the way you blink your body language. Yeah a body language expert. But that's okay so that's nice and you know everyone who trolls us. You know we love it. We're just it's it's you know you've got your your green hands in your long fingers but then you've got a beautiful rainbow there. That's horrible I used to collect. I don't know if I've ever said this on a podcast but I had a lot of dental issues as a child and so I used to go to the dentist and I used to have to get sick. One time I got seventeenth pulled out of time and because I was born with rows and rows of sharp teeth and so I decided to keep getting pulled out and so instead of having to theory. Lead me money for my teeth. The tooth fairy would leave me a troll doll for each tooth. I got pulled. Oh my God and I had a collection of probably forty troll dolls. When did you start knocking out the teeth by yourself to get dolls? I know we'll actually the trolls put me up to it. Because they said they needed friends. Yes troll dolls are so fun and you know you can quote me on that Well I think they're back in vogue. I don't know where my nar. The probably packed up my parent's garage. But I should. I should bust him out scattered around the House and see what Matt thinks. Yeah that'd be Nice Can I really quickly read a review from Canada? Yes please one of my top five. Podcasts is from cpt time plumb the depths of soul with two hilarious women in their cavalcade of guests as they explore moral quandaries in crack each other up. Thank you so much. That's really nice but is nice. Thank you so much and you guys please. Rate and review it really helps. I sent you an email. Amanda if you WanNa let me open it up right here okay. I see listener. Big One high ladies. Huge Fan of the POD. My dilemma has to do with my girlfriend's family. And how secluded they can be to the outside world me and my girlfriend have been dating for about four years in things have been great. Her younger sister is turning sixteen. This year you might think this is a big milestone. In someone's life may be getting your first job getting a driver's license or even your first boyfriend or girlfriend but for her. It won't be any of those things. I'll try and summarize as much as possible but it's elaborate. My girlfriend's sister Brooke is complicated to say the least. She tends to be very bossy bratty and pushes all her friends away very easily so much so that this current school year she felt as though she had no friend hated her first year of high school so much that she dropped out after three days of tenth. Grade. Oh Ho you know. Take a positive cook because Marty's coming in here to my Martin Hoping on the Mike I tell you we need you to clear up. Tortilla and painful bone wasn't that good better tortilla with peanut butter because I bought these tortillas from the local like a Vegan or gluten free vegan. Health food cafe by our house and they are kind of these gross coconut courtiers. But I realized that if you heat them up they turn into really delicious soft tortillas so we need you to clear something up because we have a listener Charles who emailed us and under the guise of needing a A moral dilemma solved. But really what we realized he was doing was what we call rainbow trolling. Which is he somehow had manipulated his question to get us to say what I have. Satan's child which is from our intro so people love to troll us and do that our listeners. To get you to say that you would or just to get us to not be able to understand to freak us out like one one listeners. That road in a problem with he lives on the coast and he lives in a bayside town and he said he had an issue with babies the bees and he was afraid they were going to kill vile aged on goal so he was trying to get us what I should. I kill baby babies to save my village. The violated man. Some people like to trick us didn't know that you guys were having such a good time in here all along. That's like some of our listeners. Thing is really great but this guy so we kind of took him to task because we said well. We can't believe anything you say. Now because you're a rainbow troll and one of the things. He was claiming now he's written back in to defend himself saying everything else I said in the email was true but something. He's claiming is that he and his son went to a superego. Show sketch best sketch fast. And he and he said that after the show he met you and he told you that he was a fan of the big ones will. That's bully and his name is Charles. Does that Ring Jimmy? A man in his son and did the man say I love the Big Ones I. Yeah I mean. That sounds vaguely familiar and believable. I think something like that is probably happened in some combination multiple times people come with their kids occasionally and then they often mentioned the big ones they do. Why don't you tell US promised meal? Tell Maria? Don't WanNa get as you already got a huge ego. But you repeal this man and do you think you could describe him by name. I was named Charles. I I do those shows. Everybody comes through kind of in a line and so do you think you would recognize him in the lineup. Possibly okay we had to create a lineup. Charles W we need you to do is to send us a picture of yourself. Okay that's Amanda and then what we're GONNA do is we're going to put a bunch of fake people like fake people and that's going to have to figure out who it is. Yeah that's Charles. Please send US Charles. Just send like as front facing photo of yourself okay. Maybe occasion. We went about his son. Their son was there. Picture you with your son and then find four thanks. Mari used for this. Thank you thank you okay. Well that'll be some good funds. Charles send us that picture. We'll see we'll see where the lies stop. Okay so back to this one. So she's okay so she dropped out after three days of her tenth grade. So this is back to the high score. The unhappy high schooler. Now she's being home schooled by doing an online school program for K. Through twelve with the help of her mother and by help I mean she sits with her mom and makes her figure out the answers with her work when she can't figure them out for herself. My mom is a stay at home mom so she has the time to help her. But it's her mom was a stay at home mom. But it's crazy that she does the work for her and on top of all of this. My girlfriend's sister has developed a dizziness. That won't go away for the past eight months. Her mom thought it was anything from allergies to a PH imbalance in her stomach or brain. But me and my girlfriend notes. Most likely depression and at the dizziness isn't real but a facade of her depression. You look saying disneyness dizziness. I hear it as Disneyness. Well what's the difference on the teacups? My girlfriend's sister and her mom spent twenty three point five hours a day in her bedroom. And my sister. My girlfriend's sister peasant left the House since last summer. She not even for family gatherings or holidays. She's always dizzy. It's hard to bring it up to her mom because she's very blind. How awful this is for the development of her daughter's mental state and ability to be a functioning adult in the future plus she's one million percent aiding to this behavior side notes. The father isn't in the picture. My girlfriend anything. It's borderline Munchausen. And I don't think she'll ever be normal now anyway. I'm a Patriot support. And I've been listening since episode four when I heard you both on. Pf T- spontaneous nation and haven't missed an episode sense where you've gotta check on the first three you keep making amazing content and producing amazing podcast. I'd love to hear your thoughts. Wow we wow it will. What blacks issue to me? The real dilemma here is like how involved a but it is like the wellbeing of a of a of a minor definitely so. I have a question. Has the daughter been taken to a doctor or to a psychologist? I don't know but I think that's definitely. I mean that's definitely something that should be. So the sisters depressed dropped out of high school and now is so busy all the time. She can't even engage with fan though this dizziness isn't real this dizziness in her head. I'm ninety five percent. Sure do you think so? I mean it could be vertigo but that can also be triggered by stress. Yeah it's it's it's I'm just like I just can't imagine that that just on top of her also hating school also being depressed also not being like just it. It has to all be connected. Yeah I think so I mean I think that you have to ask some more questions and figure out of. She's been taken to a doctor or psychiatrist or psychologist or therapist or something like to me needs to happen And I think it's something the girlfriend and you depending on your relationship needs to sit down and have a non-judgmental talk with the mom about. Yeah in if it's it's just difficult because if it is like a Munchausen thing and then like the mom doesn't WanNa do anything about it because she enjoys having the daughter there and you know poisoning. Her with her lies right. Go ahead no you go ahead. Well I just think like the sister like your this. Your girlfriend is close enough to the situation in that. It's her mom and her sister so she should definitely take some sort of action in trying to figure it out if it was like an aunt or something. I'd be like yeah that's crazy. New should bring it up. There's not much you could do but this is like this is like first degree kind of stuff. Yeah I agree so you need to the sister have a conversation with her sister and also her mom and just. I think you need to investigate a little bit further. Yeah I agree but let us know what happened but I think this is definitely very much mental thing in that this you know you. You guys should get ahead of it before this this teenage girl. You know Kinda gets any worse. Yeah and she might need some medication or something. She's does not already. Yeah I was thinking. Remember when Steve. Agee told that story about how he like mocked that man who is just reading his shirt. That's been kind of sitting with me and made me WanNa maybe want to come up with something sort of a protocol that we can all go back to because it's so easy to make assumptions and as we know assumptions make an ass out of me and out of you know out of you and me assumptions. Make an asset of you and me. I see when you assume you make an ass out of you and yes thank you. That is what I meant an asks you and assume me but anyway I I wanted to come up with some sort of acronym and basically I. I thought of one it's hold on. It's sat standardized academic test test. Is that what that stands for? I don't know probably but so basically when a situation arises where you feel like you need to say something and this can be when you see someone like the time. The Guy was leaning on your car that just flashed back into my mind. That was crazy. It was one of the craziest things that ever happened. Ever I know or the situation where Steve Thought that guy was making fun of him or used even in your own home like when when you think your partner says something insulting and you want to have a comeback okay. Yeah this is what I think you need to do. Sat you need to stop. The first step is to stop. Because you shouldn't say something right away and then the second step because we saw what happened to Steve. The second step is to ask. Okay so you can ask is like so you know what this is reminded me of is is when is in taxi driver when Robert De Niro look in the mirror and he stops and he looks and he goes you talking to me? That's exactly what it is okay. So then I'm GonNa just play out this situation. Where Steve? Ag? Okay the guy says what did he say to really. Or what was the Seriously ususally? Steve had practiced sat. He would've stopped asked. Are you making fun of me for wearing protective gear and then the next stop? The next step is to talk. He so general to talk. Just stop as just have a conversation will. Yeah but honestly I think this is GonNa really help me because then no matter what you say it's going to be more appropriate than what you were going to say so. Stop Okay. Let's do. Can we do a scenario in? Can I be all be someone you walk by me and say something out? Why don't we just try like meal eating on your car? Okay okay. I'm leaning on your car but in this scenario I have to be first to say something you well. That's the first you stop and then you ask so. I'll say so you're leaning on my car and I'm in my car so then I roll down my window and I go. Excuse me excuse me but instead of whatever thing you were going to say you stop first and then you think about it and you decide to inquire. Okay go ahead. So are you leaning on my car? Oh yes I am but sorry. I didn't realize there was anyone in here. Okay see puts me in a lot of different weird positions because a I actually have to start the conversation with like an inquisition and then I look like the dummy. Because then I'm the one that has to like put myself on the line and be vulnerable and go like hey. Are you sitting on my car? And then whatever they say they can weasel their way out of it and they never have to be held responsible for it because then they can just feel yes. Sorry but I still think it diffuses the situation so this is kind of in light of when you might yell at someone or reprimand someone or like kind of engage in a way like monitor someone else's behavior so here you be the guy on the car. Okay okay okay so I see leaning on my car and I'm so mad. I WANNA Honk my horn but before I do I stop. I roll down my window and I ask. Excuse me Sir. Are you aware that you're leaning on my car? God She's ass- I'm sorry. Oh and then I and then I say okay. He said sorry and now he's walking away. Have a great day. That's the talk okay. I think now I agree with all of this. I think that it's a little different when someone else's needs someone. Okay how about this? How about let's be a fake relationship? Okay so I'm your woman and you're making let's see like you're making a peanut butter and Jelly Sandwich for you and your husband for dinner okay. Okay and I'm the husband I walk up. Oh peanut butter peanut butter and Jelly again. Okay I'M GONNA say okay so I could say something like. Oh you make dinner you jerk but I'm GonNa Stop. I'm going to ask. What am I gonNA ask are you are you are you? What are you curious about like? What would you would assume that he's making a snide remark right? So are you making snide remarks at me and then I would say oh no sorry. I didn't mean for it to come across that way. I'd actually peanut. Butter and jelly sounds really good right no. He didn't say that that's not what he meant. Well you don't go peanut butter and Jelly sandwiches again. It's because he really wanted it. The other option would be instead of as a sit as it and is investigate. No that's maybe that's maybe better because I don't know I think it needs. I definitely I love where this is at. I think this is such a good idea to be able to check in with yourself. I just think it has a couple of kinks that need to be worked out because right now sat is coming across as very it seems to to to be very engaging like it's it's adding fuel to the fire. Maybe the I think it diffuses it. Are you making a snide? Are you being snide or no? It would be. Are you being accusatory? It's more like Oh did you say that because you don't want peanut butter and Jelly. Or what did you mean by that? Okay okay so maybe investigators better because you want to. Just you asking for clarification yes okay. Ram baby the listeners can just write in and say maybe give some examples where this try it at home tonight. Let's see if we can see if we owe me and you to. Oh No. Let's just see if we can if we can find a way to try this. It's kind of hard right now because we're not really out in the world but so next time someone says something to me and I'm going to have because we're both quick witted. Yeah so we we come back. We snap like a viper exactly but instead we have to calm. We have to call them that. Because you know who's there's only you and one other person in the room the only audience that's kitten that's cracking up is is yourself well. That's exactly right so it's just a way to kind of pause your impulses to attack but the thing is with me like with the guy leading on my car. I can't say anything because my thing isn't to like to like pounce on him. It's just to not say anything at all in and be like. Oh my God this is crazy I know well maybe this will help you in the other way. It will force you to speak up more. Yeah well I think is a good sat. Sit All right. Well guys will catch you on the flip side of another daily leaving area hey.

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Ive Been Prescribed a Star Wars Villain.

We're No Doctors

55:35 min | 1 year ago

Ive Been Prescribed a Star Wars Villain.

"Hey, there, we're no doctors listeners before we get into this week's episode. I want to let you know that our entire back catalogue of episodes in new episodes. All completely ad free, as well as extended episodes and bonus content. You can't find anywhere else or all on Stitcher premium head over to Stitcher, premium dot com and enter the code star burns for a free thirty day trial. That's S. T. A. R. B. U. R N S. Check it out. Thanks. What's up everybody on my God? Hold on. I'm recording on new I had to read, download all my software because my computer crashed awhile ago, and I took it into apple to the apple store, and it was beyond, you know, them fixing it at the genius bar. So I had to leave it with them and. Basically, my computer I may have talked about this. But basically, my computer was restarting itself, just out of the out of the hold on. I, I have the air purifier on hold on. I'm so unorganized. I am walking across the room. Right. All right. Sitting back down putting on my headphones. Oh, this is way better. So I had to leave my computer because it was just literally like clockwork every four minutes. It would just shut off and restart. And so I brought it in and they're like, well, okay, we're probably going to have to replace your logic board and some other stuff in the computer. Heavy backed it up. And I was like, I can't back it up. I tried. Few use apple. There's a thing called. Jesus. What the hell is it called? It's called. Time machine. Just for backing backing up your software and everything on your computer. So if it does crash. You can just reinstall everything to the way, it was before your computer crash. But. Hello. I think there's a. I think there's a little bit of echo on my voice echo, echo. I hear it. God. I'll try and fix that. Sorry. But you may just have to deal with it. Maybe not. Son of sh no off figure it out anyway as I'm recording this right now. There's some echo on my voice, and after I record the podcast. I will try and echo it. But yeah, they're like, did you back up your computer and is like I tried. But when I click on time machine to back it up, it says, you know. The backup will take twenty thirty minutes. And so I would start it and then boom, computer shuts off and restarts. So it was my computer couldn't stay on long enough for me to restart the computer. So they fixed my computer. They replaced bunch of shit, and I got the computer back. But like with nothing on it. So I had to reinstall you know, like light room and Photoshop and final cut final draft. Microsoft word. He's had to reinstall it, and some of the versions had newer versions and logic, which is what I used to record music in voice stuff, like auditions voice over, I dish ins and podcasts on my own computer. Logic is a new version out or a newer than what I used to record on. And so everything's a little off and I can't figure it all out. And so. There's apparently a little echo in my voice. There's a parent, a little echo in my now, now I really notice it, and it's starting to drive me. Crazy. Hello. Hello. Hello. Typing. Sorry, guys. How is your week? This is driving me crazy. Although I know. I know all I have to do is go back like click on the, the file and go back through the presets, and I can get normal. Any who it is? Monday, Tuesday, Tuesday, June fourth. All my God. It's word is. Yeah. This is six months, the end of this month. The year will be halfway over. I'm having my molar pulled this Friday come hell or high water. I'm just going to do it. They called me, and they're like, we need to get your pharmacy info, because you're going to have to get a. An antibiotic. And not alone made me wanna Congo. Hey, can we reschedule which I've done for forever? But I'm fairly certain. This is just really I I'm certain this tooth is really screwing up. A lot of my health right now. I'm sure it's got a lot to do with my sinus issues because that molars rate under my sinuses and. My eyes have been hurting. And I'm sure that's because of the sinus stuff, actually, I'm a lot better than I was last week. I had that cold and. It's just everything seems to have moved down into my chest. A little I have a coffee in the morning. I need to start taking this allergy medicine. Right here. A bunch of it, because I've never taken it 'cause I'm terrified because I have never heard of this shit until my doctor prescribed it. It's called get a load of this. It sounds like a deep sea fish monta, Lucas. M. O. N. T. E. L. U. K. A. S T. It's actually called monta Lucas Saad. It sounds like a Star Wars villain. I've been prescribed a Star Wars villain. Maybe that's the title of the show. Monta Lucas odd. What's that about? Does it does? Anyone out there? Take monta Lucas side. I, I wanna know I don't think I know too many people that. Take this shit. But the doctor seemed pretty certain things. I take it at night, because it will make you drowsy. I'm like great. But this is generic. Oh, I see. This is generic. Monta Luca Saad. A the great bounty hunter month Lucas, who's looking for Han solo. Have you seen him? It's generic singular S I N G U, L A. I'm gonna look this shit up right now. That's what this podcast is all about, right? For someone. Oh, Montel Lou kiss. Oh, the side stands for sodium. I think, oh, cool. Just what I need. Sodium. You know, in case I you know, my vertigo they say might be. Because of manures disease, veneer syndrome. Which you're supposed to pee on a low salt diet. If you've got manures so cool mind, Lucas sodium tablets, great that will really help my dizziness this, this already makes me not want to take this. I just haven't taken it because I'm paranoid of new medications. Monta Lucas belongs to a group of medications known as Leo Kettering. Receptor antagonists. What the fuck is going on with the medicine. It's us to prevent manage asthma symptoms. Oh, that's why it's good for my lungs and to relieve the symptoms of seasonal allergies shit, I probably should be taking this also known as seasonal allergic, Ryan rhinitis or hay fever, it works by blocking the effects of Leo Kettering. Nhs? Lou leukotrienes. Oh, I think it's coterie. Substance produced by the body in response to certain triggers that caused narrowing and swelling of the Airways in the lungs Malukus usually starts to work within one day, God damn it. I guess I'm gonna take some tonight. When used to prevent, and manage Osmo is important to understand that monologue has should not be used to relieve asthma attack. Once it has started people with asthma, should always have their fast acting asthma relief medication on hand, which I also have I have an inhaler. Your doctor may have suggested this medication for conditions other than the ones listed in these drugs. Let's see. Do not give this medication to anyone else even if they have the same symptoms as you it can be harmful for people to take this medication if their doctor has not prescribed it. Let's see what form does this medication. Come in each beige colored rounded square, film, coated tablet. Engraved with 'em ten. Geez. It sounds like a gun. Engraved with 'em. Ten on one side and plane. On the other side contains ten milligrams. Non medicinal ingredients cross Carmello sodium. Is only the words, sodium in this fucking medication low substituted. Hydroxy pro pill cellulose, magnesium stare rate. Mike. Rowe Selleck one hundred. Jesus is just so many chemicals in the shit. How should I use this for season? L'urgence Reina, rhinitis, the recommended dose of monoliths for adults. An adolescence fifteen years and older is one tablet taken once a day in the evening for asthma. Blah, blah, blah. Can be taken with food. I don't know if you guys can to hear my fricken neighbor having loud conversation. But I share can. Who should not take this medication? What if it just said, Steve AG? Who should not take us? Medical podcast. Hosts over six feet tall. Do not take this medication. If you are allergic to monta Lucas or any of the ingredients in this medication. Mina Lucas is the name of the fucking medication. Do not take this medication. If you're allergic to this medication is basically, what it just said fuck you. Oh, here's the good shit side effects. What side effects are possible with this medication? Okay, contact your doctor if you experience these side effects, and they are severe or bothersome, of course, they're going to be bothersome, what side effect is like. Oh, awesome. Awesome. I'm spitting my teeth out. That's not bothersome, pharmacists may be able to advise you on managing side effects. Okay. Domino or stomach pain. No about. Diarrhea sorry, dizziness. Yeah. See this sounds like it's gonna fuck up my. Vertigo fever. Headache, scaly itchy skin cool turning into of. Turn into. Fucking lizard, skin rash? Thirst. Weakness or unusual tiredness. Although most of the side, effects listed below don't happen very often they could lead to serious problems. If you do not check with your doctor or seek medical attention check with your doctors soon as possible any of the following side effects occur. Just fucking horrible aggressive behavior behavior, aggressive behavior, such as temper tantrums in children. Start holding my breath and kicking my feet hyperactivity pounding fast or irregular heartbeat persistent, or worsening flu like symptoms rash pins and needles numbness of the arms or legs IRA. Have that. Perfect joint pain and severe sinusitis. The sounds like my worst fucking nightmare, seeing things that are not there. Okay. I don't wanna take this shit. Seeing things that are not there and in parentheses. It says visual hallucinations. I think all this means that somebody actually took this. These, these defects mean some people took this initiate happened. And they were probably people who are like, I don't get side effects. I'll take this. What's the worst that could happen? Oh, I'm seeing fucking. Rats riding around on dragons great. Signs of clotting problems. I unusual nose bleeds bruising, blood in urine coughing blood bleeding, gums. Cuts that don't stop bleeding. Signs of depression. Poor concentration change changes in weight changes in sleep. Decreased interest. Inactivity, thoughts of suicide signs of lizard, liver lizard, problems signs of liver problems. I na vomiting, diarrhea loss of appetite weight loss, yellowing of the skin or whites of the eyes, dark, European pale. Stools tremor. Stop taking the medication and seek a media medication or immediate medical attention. If any of the following occur, breathing problems that continue to get worse. Seizures signs of a severe. Allergic reaction I dumb. No cramps difficulty, breathing, nausea and vomiting or swelling the face or throat. Some people may experience side effects other than those listed check with your doctor. If you notice any symptoms that worries that worries you while you're taking this medication. Anytime. What other drugs could interact with this medication? M I odor. Own don't know what that is a prep to don't know what that milk fissile. Primitivo quinine rifle. Butin Dabira Feb carbon pain Kappa sit. Abi Bozen tan. Barbituates. Azel. Antifungal. Cz. Saint John's wart. Jesus. Sofa nomad antibiotics. Oh, wait. I may wait for this because I have to take him -biotics later this week for my tooth. If you're taking these medications, speak with your doctor or pharmacist depending on your specific circumstances? Your doctor may want you to stop taking one of the medications change one of the medications to another change. How you are taking one or both on the medications or leave. Everything is is. Just don't ever. Don't ever Google anything to do with any kind of medication that you're taking. Shit. I'm trying to figure out. That we. So that's what I'm dealing with. I would like to know leaving the comments section when I post about this episode dropping if any of you have taken monta, Lucas sewed, or, or the actual singular. Let me know your experience. Because this sounds like a fucking nightmare. I want to take more medications. I was talking to a friend two days ago, who turns out. Also, as vertigo, and he went to Dr by the way, he went to. Dr sugarman for those of you who have been listening since the beginning. No. Dr sugarman is busies. Ear nose throat, doctor. And he went to Dr sugarman. Dr sugarman. Sent him to a guy who specializes in nears disease and he says it's been a huge game changer. He went in and his. He's, you know, doing shit for as manures. I think a lot of its diet related. I think it is low sodium stuff. So. Buddy says, it's, it's really been great. So I think I might go see Dr sugarman, and then try this other specialist out. It's very exciting guys. I need this. I in, in it's just been ongoing. So I'm pretty sure. I also need to see how many times have I said that in an episode I should see now just. Just. Because I should have been getting all this taking care of over the past few months. I've been out. Moms who's giving a lot better. Next Monday, I'm taking her to. To see her orthopedist for an updated. Visit. So my mom's birthday was this past Friday, the thirty first and. We ventured out of the house, me, and my sister, my cousin Victoria, who you know, from this podcast we went to Japanese restaurant than my mom really liked. And she's like you know what I wanna do for my birthday. She's like I want to go out to eat like, all right. I'll make that happen. And so. This was a huge step. You know, my mom hasn't been out of the house, very often since she hurt herself two and a half months ago. And she's always had to use the wheelchair. We keep wheelchair in the trunk of her car. And you, we've used the, the Walker to get her out of the house into into the car, and then once we get to wherever she's going to the doctor, whatever. We just get her out into the wheelchair. It's just easier and quicker to get her. But this time she everything with a Walker and she's moving around. Great with it. She still loving that walk in bath tub, for all those of you who have elderly, you know, parents. I mean naturally, everyone's parents are going to be more elderly than them. But I mean. Parents who are now at that age where they're having mobility issues and stuff. I can't recommend this enough. It's crazy. My mom is insane for this bathtub. She's going in say she loves it so much. And for her birthday, I got her, you know, we got our bunch of like bath oils and stuff like that for the bath tub, and I bought her a towel Larmer. I didn't even know that was thing. Really? But it's found it and I was like, oh, man. Thanks you like this because the house gets kind of cold. And so. It's just this little looks it looks like crock pot. Looks like this gigantic crock pot and you can put like to full size like big puffy, tau bath towels in there. And. Plugged it in and put it right next to that bathtub. And so when you get into the bathtub just before you get into the bath, you put your towels in their push the button, it turns on the towel warmer. It's like a ceramic pot basically. And they sit in there and then after like fifteen minutes kind of shuts itself off, but it stays warm. And then you get out of the bath take out your towel and boom you've got. You've got a warm town. My mom loved at she's like, oh my God. I feel like I'm in a spa. The crazy thing is I'll post a photo thing is the bath room isn't finished. It's literally just. They've gotten all the drywall put in the walls are now fixed all the fixtures are in. But and the tile is now down on the floor, but, like the sinks are not in the toilets not in the showers. It's just this tiled big room with tile floor and a big ass bat in the corner. And that's all there is a post a photo. It's a pretty cool tub, and she's stoked fills really fast and it drains really fast. So you're not just sitting there freezing. Plus, there's heat lamps in the bathroom. So I mean, my biggest fear is my mom getting pneumonia. That's why I didn't go home last week while I had this cold thing or whatever I was fighting I was just like. My mom's dealing with enough shit already. I don't wanna come home and be making her food and stuff and just somehow randomly get our sick. You know, she's still laying around a lot in bed. And I just so wouldn't be surprised for immune system's a little bit lower. Coffee. I love it. So I was just like I cannot afford to get my mom's sick. That's my for some reason. That's a huge fear. Now after after one of your parents dies, you really, really protective of the other one like. Constantly like do I do I feel sick? I wanna get my mom's sick. Is it warm enough upstairs? I don't I don't want her to get cold in the night. Make sure all the windows are closed before she goes to bed. I can't let her get sick. Once you get sick like if you had pneumonia hurried, it's fucked, I apparently someone was telling me, Whoopi Goldberg almost died, let me look that shit up. Like last week look that up. What the gold bird? Illness. Loops misspelled or new. Okay. This is what Goldberg turns to the view after Namone pneumonia. Okay, great. Okay. Let's see how this woman is. So she's on the view. She's a quote it says, I'm not there yet. But the only way it's going to get better as if I begin. So this is my beginning the coho said as she appeared in the studio after more than a month away. Month. Goldberg surprised coast. Joy bear Abby Huntsman Meghan. Mccain sunny, host, in and Navarra while bear told the audience that she hoped Goldberg would return to the show, the host left the table embrace gold, bringing a group hug after she appeared from backstage. All right. That's all I want to get to the actual domeless. She is she wanted her first public appearance to be on the show because she Mr. co-host that's great Kohlberg said that her double pneumonia and sepsis all. Double pneumonia, and sepsis diagnosis should act as a cautionary tale for everyone. You must really take care of yourself because there's little tiny stuff out there that kill you that you never think of. Later Goldberg said she didn't realize severity of illness, until she saw the x Ray of her lungs, which are doctor said he had never seen anything like it before. One thing you never in your whole entire life. Wanna hear is a doctor a perfect, a medical professional say the shit. I've never seen anything like this before, or wow. This is the worst case I've ever seen. I never want to be that person. I don't wanna be on the receiving end of that conversation when you look at an x rays. See your loans on the one he looked at there was a really good-looking lung and really clear, like I'm like, I'm alone. I'm reading quote from would-be, and then there was this other thing where you should be able to see the diaphragm it was nothing but white which meant there was stuff in there. Kohlberg explain. So this was like, really bad. Scariest moment was hearing. My doctor said to me, you do realize how close close to death. You're. She continued that was like, actually. No, I hadn't thought of it. He said, well, you need to think of it, you need to be really clear about what this is. She added that her prognosis was that she's not supposed to be here. But I got permission. Like, if you're you've double pneumonia, and your doctor's, like, don't go out. Don't go to the television studio, which by the way. Most talk show studios are freezing. I've done stuff at Conan a lot, and it is a freezing cold icebox studios. Letterman's was. I've never been to the Letterman show, but I have friends who performed and been cast and they said it's literally like the keep it in the forties. I get super cold and he liked to have it that way, so that people wouldn't like tune out or start to follow asleep because if you're in a warm room, you'll fall asleep, this is crazy. She had double pneumonia. Read more, what be reveal she almost died during battle at the Monja? Up and moving around, not as fast as I'd like to be. I am okay. We're moving around on a satellite. But I'm okay I'm not dead. So here's what happened. I had an ammonia and I was septic pneumonia, both lungs, which means they're fluid. There was all kinds of stuff going on. And yes, I came very close to leaving this earth. Good news. I didn't thank you for your good wishes and all the. No. How? It turns in this, I gotta talk to. I'm gonna Victoria, back my cousin Victoria. Send in Email me. I wanna start doing shit where I asked my cousin stuff like like stuff that you guys male in, like Email topics like I want you to talk about lupus. I want you to talk about Lyme does like if you have topics you want her to talk about Greenwich, she's still got another year of med school left. But it's the year where you're out in actually practicing in a hospital and you know. You know, she's pretty smart. She clearly knows more about this shit than I do. So if you have questions Email me at no docks podcast, g mail dot com. That's NO D, C S podcast. gmaiLcom with questions and stuff. And I can ask my cousin Victoria. I just wanna know type in. Why is? The mon. So deadly. Other it is for the. Elderly. I don't want to just keep talking about my shit own actually started looking shit up and discussing real shit on this podcast. Makes no Monja. So dangerous for old people that makes them more vulnerable to other problems. James Brown's caused a death was officially listed as congestive heart failure, but isn't ammonia head likely we his immune system in either aggravated underlying condition that causes heart fail. That's actually what my father's official cause of death was to congestive heart failure. As we all know he went in and it all started with his knee, but he was in hospital so much. He got pneumonia. He has lungs had fluid. Eventually got a oh. The staff infection you got Mersa as he had all sorts of shit going on. But. A lot of times, what eventually kills you as the stuff, all just like weakens, your heart. So, yeah, my dad died of congestive heart failure, but. Sure the Mugniyah the pneumonia didn't help sorry, this coffee's really indigestion. What causes pneumonia in the elderly. It's all I think of it now that I'm fifty. I get a cold I'm like. This is going to turn into keep wanting to say Mugniyah. I'm looking at it. Why do you spell it this way? P. N. E. U. Who knew Muno? Got a really bad case. Puno Mugniyah, by the way, our good friend, Dave Dastmaltchan. Been on this podcast multiple times with his multiple problems and drummer. Everything from. Take getting taking too much Emotiv and stuffing stopping up his bowels while he was in Italy. Dave came back from Budapest. Let's tweak. He flew in. He first of all you went for a week to Budapest had to do some preparation for a movie that he's working on. I don't know if we're allowed to talk about it, but he had fly fly there to do some camera tests, and stuff like that. And he had a cold before. He went is like. Got to get on this plane and I feel sick. He's like this sex. Yeah, you'll get there. It's not gonna be a lot of busy stuff. You know, just rest every time you get a chance, you know, take something and sleep, the whole way on the plane. You'll probably be a lot better by the time you come back. Tax. Do a couple times. Always Budapest news. Like, yeah. Just really stoked to be here in preoccupied with everything. So I'm not really feeling. Everything is much. Everything seems to be okay. I'm still I still feel a little sick, though. Then he texted me while he's just before he was boarding the plane, and he's like a photo where he's got that fucking ox, that mask on, you know, the, you know, the painters mass, you don't get other people sick. And he's like I'm getting on the plane. I'm so sick incredibly sick. I feel like I'm dying. Jesus dude, he's been sick so much this year. And so. Texas me when he and yeah. We text each other a lot. Dave is like my girlfriend. Gets back to LA this. I think Thursday. Straight from the airport right to the hospital. So texting back and forth. And he's like. I have no Monja. I've a lung infection. Any hosted a photo of him with the inhaling nebulizer. And he got some antibiotics and he's just been laying low. He flies a lot, though. I mean he's only been back for a week and he's already flying somewhere somewhere else later flying, too much, man. That that's not gonna help anything. Jesus. Oh, god. My cousin Victoria, just texted me. Video. I don't know if you guys couldn't hear it. So I'll just wait. So yeah, Dave had pneumonia. Did you gotta lay low man? That's like nothing to screw around with. In fact, Dave someone told me about Whoopi Goldberg. That's why we just looked that up folks. The monja. I had Monja when I was like, seventeen I was in the military school, and this was. Thirty three years ago. It's amazing. How far medicine has come medical technology's come just in thirty years. When I had to Monja luckily, I was young, I was strong. I had a really bad. I was in military school, which was a boarding school is the other side of the country from my parents and family. And so they sent me to the hospital, I had to get chest x rays and everything. They're like, yeah you have pneumonia. And so depend like a week a whole week. It wasn't like. Yeah. Just don't play football or anything this, this week and rests. It was like, no, you're staying in the infirmary. You're staying in the infirmary at school where we can keep an eye on you. So I was literally just in a bad for a week in the infirmary. As far as I remember, I was taking some general antibiotic and Lynn like two or three times a day. They would make me go into the bathroom close the doors and window and turn on the shower as hot as it would go and just sit there just sit in the bathroom for like half an hour inhaling steam, just cough up tons of junk out of my lung, but like. That was that was the treatment. You know, when I, I was sick a year and a half ago, I missed the live recording that we did in San Francisco, which you need Garoppolo. So it was just busy, but I got into the doctor and they're like you have like bronchitis that so bad, you're borderline pneumonia. You're very close having the Monja another couple days of you not coming in to see see a doctor you probably would have had pneumonia. But. Like even that was just exhausting. The mon. You guys. No, no. Thanks. Arthritis. My hands are not feeling by the way, the tingling in my hands. I put everything on mute, I've muted my computer, but I'm still getting. Alerts, like money phone. So annoying. I'm the old man. Now, I don't know how shit works. I need a youth to come in here and show me how to everything and. But yeah, I haven't had Tinguely hands. That's been good. My fingers haven't been Tinguely. I think I figured out a way to sleep where my arms not as bent as much, but like this shit in my left hand the. First knuckle on my middle finger still just hurts all the time. So let's review I need to see. See an allergist. Go into the N T. I need to see a. Boy, my brain is fried the orthopedist about my. My joints here. My finger. I think that will do it. And I just got to get this tooth out. I said it before I said this, I think last time but. I don't hate the dentist. I, I have a high pain threshold laying there and feeling that shit going on. My jaw like the tugging the drilling and all the smells of the your teeth being drilled that stuff doesn't bother me at all. It's literally just the vertigo. It's literally, the fact that I have to lay so far back in a chair like flat to sometimes inverted that it sets off my vertigo, and that's what keeps me from regularly wanting to go to the dentist. It's like this is going to be a fuck in horrible hour or so. Although my cousin Brad was like he's a dentist. And he's like that tooth will probably be out in like ten minutes count, the a tooth being pulled out is really fast. My big worry is also. Dry sockets. Took me a while. I remember dry sockets being horrible. When I had my wisdom teeth out a dry socket, upper. Maybe it was my lower. I read somewhere someone said, you don't get dry sockets in your upper teeth. That's gotta be bullshit. Right. It seems like. When you're standing and stuff, you'd be more likely to have your sockets fall out your blood clots fallout because just gravity alone. But I just remember after I had my wisdom teeth out, it was like one or two days later, I woke up in the middle of night, and just excruciating pain and turns out that my blood clotted fallen out all that's grossest thing of where it went. I probably swallowed it. And then they just went in and packed it with GAAS. Like why don't you just? Just go right to packing. These holes with guys when you take the teeth out, just in case. This is the limit the pro the probability of a dry socket to begin with. I also don't know how bad it will be just because that tooth is it was a it was a root canal. So there's no route in there anymore. Well, that doesn't matter. It's not the tooth part. It's the, the nerve endings around it. But my friend Shannon who I think, has been on this podcast. Shannon Woodward was on this podcast. And she talked about shedder was out last year and I remember she kept posting stuff online, like on her Instagram stories like. Fi. She's like, man. This hurts a lot more than I thought it would like it's been like almost a week. And it's still really hurts. And she went into her. Dennis Dennis, like yeah. You have dry sockets like how long has this hurt? She's like started really bad like four days ago, you've just been walking around with an open wound in your head and expose nerve endings. That's why it hurts. But I'm kind of shocked that she went that long with just being able to deal with it. And I have a high pain threshold, so maybe I can deal with too. I think we're almost done here. Next time you guys talked me hopefully, I don't have this goddamn molar. And hopefully, I come on my road to recovering from all this sinus issues. I do. Like to think that the sinus should is a result of the tooth once that's out, and I do Ana -biotics everything's gonna be fine. But I have been having, like sinus issues on the other sinus on the other side. That's not touching. So who knows? Sweating. I can hear my neighbor again. What is she doing? I hate having a hate having neighbors. It's the worst. I should just get van and live out of a van I follow all these people on Instagram who. Who, like us that hashtag van life for van living? One or two people like a couple or one person that's like, like an adventure, a lot of these, I started falling because they're also like travel Tigers. And so just look up the hashtag, I think it's called van life or van living. It's really amazing like these people get these VW vans, or these other types of, and they kind of transform ended just things that you can just live out of beds in the back and all the storage, and stoves, and it looks pretty cool, and they just travel around, really their only. Expenses are like gas and car insurance. Why do I keep getting notifications? And so, that's, that's kind of cool. Cellphone, but they don't have cable. They don't have rent. They don't have water and power. Gas natural gas gas company. Bills. That's just a dream not have. That's so much money. Maybe I should get a van. There's a guy who lives in a van I live in Los Angeles. I live in the hills, the Hollywood hills and right down at the bottom of the hills hill for me. There's a grocery store. I've lived up here for about ten years now. In no joke, the whole time I've lived up here. There's a guy who he has his van parked on the street next to the grocery store doesn't parked in the parking lot. But on the side street, right next to the parking lot is van is just always there and on street cleaning days, it's usually on the other side of the street. It's a big van, and it's got one of those not domes, but one of those raised roofs, that I think, has a bed in it or whatever. And it's a piece of junk like the paint's faded off it, but I've been here, ten years, and he has been living in that van the entire time and he hangs out. He hangs out around the store. I just always see him sitting in the chairs like on the patio where people eat. They have he's sitting there and. I don't know where he bathes stuff that I'm sure he uses the. God stop. Stop sending me. Notifications. I don't know where he showers, but I I'm fairly certain. He just uses the bathroom in the grocery store. I'm always curious to know these people story. But in case it's tragic, I'm always a frayed to ask them, like, hey. What's your deal? Always afraid to just be like, hey, why do you live in a van? Because I'm afraid the answer is going to be just real bummer. And I don't want to embarrass someone in case it is tragic story. There's a comedian. I knew who lived in van for like a couple years in LA had everything. Yeah. Like little microwave hot plate and a bed and just. Use public bathrooms and stuff. My, my whole thing knows where he shower. Can't always rely on your friends because sure once in a while you can come shower at my place. But it's like, hey man. I'm paying rent here. I pay rent, so I can use the shower. I don't want free loud. And it was all by choice. It wasn't like he had up had hard times. I think I think it was just like, hey, this is the cheapest way for me to live and it's working. All right. I don't think he lives in van anymore, though. But I'm curious to know this guy's story. I've talked about the guy. A starbucks. I go to over near West Hollywood. In fact, busy and I talked him because busy knows the guy's name. There's a homeless guy, quote, unquote, homeless guy who sits out in front of the Starbucks, like every day, and not he doesn't like stand by the wall, or sit by the he literally just sits cross legged on the ground about four feet in front of the door like you walk out. There's no way of missing him like he is like posted up front and center. So everyone else to look at him and respond to, and he sits there, and he asks everyone that comes out if they can spare some change or whatever and. Every now and then I give them money, but I'm so confused because he has a cell phone, and he doesn't hide it like I need to look homeless. So these people give me money. He's like, hey, got any change. Any looks down, and he's texting or you know checking Email on his phone. That's really weird. And then. And then I've also noticed he every now and then gets in or it gets out of a Lexus. He has a Lexus. It's not a nice new Lexus. It's an old one. But there's like a bunch of trash and stuff in it. So he definitely has a car to that. He drives, so I don't know. I I'm so curious about these people. Why do I keep getting alerts keep turning off messaging, I hope you guys don't hear that? But I'm hearing it and it's making me and say. Besseges preference. Place effects off there. We. What are you doing next door? She's TV is so loud. The shitty thing is with the walls in this place. They're so thin that I'm not talking loud. I'm talking. Norman I'm sure she can hear every word. I'm saying this place sucks. All right. I'm gonna end I'm gonna call it. Probably doing other fifteen minutes, though for. Stitcher premium. Making making a going to a wedding and two weeks. I gotta go on a boat at some point. So I'm like I'm looking into seasickness stuff. Maybe I'll talk about that for the last fifteen minutes. Anyway, guys. Thank you for listening this week. Hit me up with questions for my cousins, any medical related stuff. If you know about this, this medication Mata, Lucas side. The Star Wars villain than I'm supposed to take nightly. Let me know any of you have taken it. And if so, if you've had any side effects, or, or great success with its generic for singular. So if you take singular as well. Let me know very curious alright. So thank you for listening and a move onto Stitcher premium, but I really hope you guys have a great week. Have a great weekend. If you saw the flu map, the CDC flu map, you know, things are starting to look, really great out there, very, very stoked to be traveling around in a time, where the flu is diminishing quickly, our guys have a great day. Thanks for listening. We'll talk to you later. A podcast network.

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