Frustration Unlimited

FU Podcast - s01 e15 - April 7, 2021 - LIVE - FULL EPISODE

April 08, 2021 Devin G Ewart
Frustration Unlimited
FU Podcast - s01 e15 - April 7, 2021 - LIVE - FULL EPISODE
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Frustration Unlimited
FU Podcast - s01 e15 - April 7, 2021 - LIVE - FULL EPISODE
Apr 08, 2021
Devin G Ewart
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[Music] [Music] now [Music] [Music] so [Music] it [Music] in a world full of chaos we are your outlet to voice your frustrations the world's first interactive podcast where the audience can become a guest of the show presenting your hosts devin g ewert and [Music] patrick [Music] there we are yes now wow we're official yeah we're in love alive we're all live and also live yeah live alive for something sorry it's always something yeah always always something always i think this this small room is like um responsible for half of the consumption of the grid probably probably with all the electronics and everything else in here and tvs and things that yep decided not to work uh-huh so it's still doesn't it's not working um which part what that oh um don't worry wait you got two remotes how do you get two no i don't have two remotes the remote oh the other remote you got one man so go to the other one go to the amazon one the one over yeah and then hit dismiss so that thing will shut up that's what happens when you don't turn on the tvs in uh a month yeah it says uh where's your internet connection um well we have it it's just not connected to it right so what you got in the local news there uh patrick well uh after i get my screen back off of uh zoom there okay holy [ __ ] your face just lit up whatever you just did what oh that's because the screams right there right right in your face in my yeah in my face it's all good all right so uh local news um you want to do weather first go ahead no i don't want to what the hell jack put that back up there man what are you doing because it's jacking with the camera oh is it yeah look it'll see a a round object and it'll try to focus on it and so it's trying to pull focus on the helmet meanwhile your ass is out of focus oh are you eating on the job you know this is unacceptable if this was you know what everybody would be fired everybody knows i'm buffalo fan so it doesn't really no we couldn't tell by your [ __ ] hat right and your chair and your microphone and yeah okay oh and the squares behind you yeah you know couldn't tell at all and the what the squares the sound dampening squares oh that aren't technically squares that we found out after the hard way yeah okay so uh and weather and weather support some rain friday i thought it was raining like all week no it's raining friday in dallas that's [ __ ] exciting that's it wait didn't you say it's supposed to hail or something something like that bigger than 40 miles an hour all that [ __ ] crap that's awesome yeah so that's the weather okay now uh in local news the uh with the uh former dallas police officer uh that was uh charged with uh capital murder charges murder for hire or something like that uh basically he was a hired hit man yeah what they were basically trying to throw at him yeah he uh uh judged one murder though it was like two i think yeah it was two it was two murders uh they were trying to get them for capital murderer or something like that uh so anyway judge rules there's no probable cause to hold the dallas officer or ex-dallas officer um even uh even the prosecution said that the defense of course the defense would say it too and then the judge said it so so why did they end up uh throwing it out no i don't think there was enough evidence so and and what was the initial evidence that you uh cell phone cell phone or was it was it some convicted convict or drug dealer cell phone and uh some uh convicted convict that was the one that basically uh ratted this guy out yep okay so how did this cell hit so that store like no operator or not really um so so the dallas police yeah his employer uh believed a convicted killer uh more than the employee and had he been in with the force for quite some time yeah i think i think he's been there i don't know that makes it even worse it's like being here it's almost like they were trying to get rid of him you know what i mean like oh yeah yeah for that long and yeah they're going to believe a convicted felon or whatever over an actual uniformed officer that's right yep yeah it almost sounds like he had a target on his back that's what that sounds like yeah everybody's got a target on their back everybody so well speaking of targets on their back um i don't know if you heard this but uh this how do i even put this john deere backhoe driver decided to put two kids ages 11 and 7 inside the bucket of the backhoe and now he is getting lit up with all sorts of charges and stuff because apparently they uh fell out of the bucket and then got run over um talk about some crazy like i can't believe this is happening type thing um but yeah so he has gotten basically the the book thrown at him which i mean obviously what were the charges um would you like me to play the clip sure why not all right here we go two children died in denton county after being dumped out of the front bucket of a backhoe and being run over april 3 highway patrol troopers were called to the home just west of roanoke and they believe several children and adults were riding on various moving parts of a john deere backhoe when the bucket dumped the people inside out an 11-year-old boy and seven-year-old girl died two other children were taken to a local trauma center and one adult was taken to the hospital the driver of the backhoe was then arrested for two counts of manslaughter three counts of endangering a child and one count of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon katie johnston for cbsn dfw wow yeah so uh it looks like it was started out as like you know just having a good time to uh now he's getting a whole bunch of charges um damn and he's being charged in denton county denton county yeah those are gonna stick yeah i was just gonna say i mean with all those charges what can they i mean what is actually gonna stick but then again to your point it's denton county so probably all of them yeah they all will they all stick yeah all of that's pretty sad but i haven't i have nothing on that man yeah it's kind of like one of those bizarre weird stories but you know it's like with all the you know i know man speechless yeah it's just kind of one of those things i can't wrap my head around it i mean why the hell would you let your kids right it's like i almost blamed the parents because the parents were the ones that let let this happen you know yeah i would shouldn't they be on some kind of a charge too like for letting this happen or you know no it's the person that committed the act yeah but it's not like where's the intent it's like it was purposeful right it's not like he intended yeah it was an accident yeah but the kids shouldn't even be in there anyway well and who brought the kids over [Music] again they didn't drive again the parents did the driver of right the vehicle the vehicle shouldn't have let the kids in it just reminds me of like some of the dumb [ __ ] we used to do when we were little kids you know we were a little bit smarter i think yeah i know [Music] yeah i know but i mean i can remember like we were too afraid we were too afraid to do anything stupid something uh something stupid like that because we were afraid that we were good you know get our get our asses beat right well i mean look at all those youtube videos and stuff too where like people are taking backhoes you've seen them where they like tie rope to them and they spin them around like a lake or whatever yep and it's like okay that's probably the reason why this happened they're like hey what else can we do with a backhoe just like one of my neighbors down the street i drove home one day and i saw him in an office chair with a leaf blower gas powered one right spinning around 100 miles an hour in a circle and i'm just like going now this guy is like either my age or a little bit older and i'm like you [ __ ] know better right you know what's gonna happen nothing good can come from this you know what i mean yep i know but yeah it just it it's yeah it's to your point uh leslie yeah it is sad it's really sad okay so what uh yeah god damn crap man yeah we do um i mean we could talk about speaking of uh you know children and stuff there's a lot of stories that we have unfortunately that deal with them especially locally i don't know what the hell is going on here locally but uh whatever it is needs to [ __ ] stop like well it's just not here it's everywhere it may be everywhere but these three stories that we have are all local and they're all like they all have to do it like you know depression and and anxiety and and that sort of thing you know what i mean it's like um i mean with with the exception of the backhoe thing i don't think depression or anything like that had anything to do that was just stupidity no that was just an accident yeah that was just a straight-up accident yeah but you know the uh the teens who left the note um you know when they committed the murder of their entire family and then they decided uh that the twins or whatever to off themselves you know um it just goes to show like you know they were talking about the guns and how easy it was to access and basically what they were saying is they lied on the application well the current gun laws and everything else if you lie on an application there's no like no penalty you know what i mean like you're not gonna go to jail you're not gonna get a hundred thousand dollar fine or whatever like that so that was basically what was addressed in their uh note um that they used was the fact that you know how easy and and and to get these guns and obtain them yeah kind of like this isn't that kind of like what uh biden's son did too yeah he basically got he lied he lied and got a i mean like yeah perfect example but apparently they said the last couple shootings was the same exact thing they lied on the application and that's how they legally got these guns right so yes something definitely needs to be done and i think you actually addressed that in our national news segment so um i should probably move this story further down but yeah and then speaking of another oh yeah about about baden yeah you want to go ahead and go into it sure okay uh where's it at okay biden to announce new executive actions on guns so is there anything related to what we talked about that is a question he's just gonna sign an executive order banning guns banning guns or manning what just banning guns and uh including ghost guns is it all guns or just ghost guns all guns yeah that ain't gonna [ __ ] happen no i don't think so either i it's just i don't know you know just what i'm lost because speechless i can't help it yeah like i am today seriously so i'm not i haven't followed the story but i'm not 100 certain but uh is the ghost guns is that basically like 3d printed guns yeah i think yeah i think so i think those are the uh are these guns where you basically buy all the different parts elsewhere and then you kind of assemble it yourself kind of a dui yeah something something like that yeah so yeah that's kind of uh yeah it's just i mean dude it's something every day oh yeah i mean look at our news stories i mean this thing is full yeah i know and it's it's ridiculous it you know i mean it's like a kid i mean you know always getting in trouble always doing this always doing that something oh well stamp speaking of somebody that always seems to be getting into trouble this is a good segue by the way cuomo which just leads into your next story and how um should i play the clip or do you want to talk about it yeah i'll play clip all right we'll play the clip and then we'll talk about it let's go from there a ninth woman is accusing new york governor andrew cuomo of sexual misconduct she claims cuomo grabbed her face and kissed her cheek in a highly sexual manner while touring her flood-damaged home back in 2017. brightness is live in brooklyn with the latest hi brian dana good morning well sherry ville is a married mother of three children who says governor cuomo hit on her and acted in a quote overtly sexual and highly inappropriate manner while the governor was surveying flood damage at her home back in 2017. now ville says cuomo called her beautiful and made her very uncomfortable and kissed her twice first he kissed her on both cheeks inside her home and then as this photo shows cuomo kissed her when they were outside he then laying down on top of me and while still holding one of my hands he forcibly grabbed my face with his other big hand and kissed my cheek again in a very aggressive manner i felt like i was being manhandled now days later the governor sent a signed photograph of their meeting to vill a staff member called to specifically invite her to an event hosted by cuomo and then he sent a letter addressed to vil but not her family the governor's lawyer rita glavin says the letter was sent to more than 30 people and that it's common for staffers to contact constituents after events glavin referenced photos showing the governor hugging and kissing other people during that same visit to her community which cuomo says is his way of greeting people he said that's what italians do yeah i mean that's so what are your thoughts on that because uh that is kind of what italians do and i mean there is a photo don't get me wrong but context is everything if if he's like he did in the governor thing where he's kissing the side of a cheek whatever i mean it's hard to tell from that photo from that uh you know that cell phone what are your what are your thoughts what do you think on that i mean [Laughter] okay so we all know that uh italians they they do that yeah they do that they do they're very yeah and in fact not just italians but a lot of europeans do that they're very huggy kissy type thing and if you're you know um not familiar with that type of um culture then it might be a culture shock but all these people that that i've seen and stuff and everything so far it just go to they haven't traveled they haven't been to europe everybody does that in fact one of my best friends his wife she's indian but uh they're from england the first thing they do kiss left cheek kiss the right cheek oh am i gonna be like oh my god she's making sexual advances right right you know what i mean it's like i just i kind of but to the point that's how many people everybody is just so damn sensitive right i mean i'm not on cuomo's side right you know i mean i'm just not you're not a homosexual like uh no kayla over there no no um no i'm not on cuomo's side no no no but you know everybody god i am just totally speechless i really am i mean the song watching thing that's a little bit different 17 has came out against watson there's only been what nine against kayla has a great point but did he grab her vajayjay okay referring to trump now right but did he no he did he no he didn't do we have audio clip oh we actually have audio clip of trump saying to grab him in the yeah no don't what we do there is there's actual audio clip you want me to know i was gonna say no don't don't pull it don't play it don't play it don't say the word don't no man okay the great point no man don't do it she said don't talk about her cuomo she's a homosexual just well i don't i'm not gonna talk like literally this story is going on i'm looking over there i'm not talking about her cuomo did you did you but did you though yeah all right in light a lot of news lighter news yeah hey uh did you know what what did i know what did you know that the ranger set a new a new pandemic era attendance record wait it's the first and only game what kind of [ __ ] are you trying to sell me hey i got it i set a record of one of 38 238 people packed into that uh building or stadium so what is the percentage of them that had kobe i don't and how many of those are gonna leave i don't know man infected like a mother i have no idea i don't know i don't know but anyway uh three uh three thousand thirty eight thousand two hundred thirty eight fans attended the home opener of the rangers and only about 25 000 fans attended the super bowl well that was because there was restrictions on the super bowl they opened buzzer [ __ ] up yeah there was restrictions on super bowl they opened up uh ranger stadium remember it's free for all abbott said that the covet is cured we conquered it remember everything's open at 100 no we didn't oh my god that's what he wants us to [ __ ] believe oh my god all right i mean that's what he said i think they lost they did lose you did mention that in the last podcast that they lost yeah thank you for no they lost uh did they lose uh whatever lose what they lost uh yeah they lost the home opener yeah that's what you said in the last podcast i did were you here i think so huh they no they they lost to toronto on monday i think yeah yeah yeah we did a podcast on monday and we talked about it and he said that they lost yeah it's all good so uh speaking of news do you hear about these off-duty correctional officers who ran over people at taco bell really yeah what happened apparently they can get the order right oh my god no i'm just playing um no they uh they i actually have a clip on this somebody actually uh live stream it so you're probably gonna be seeing this for the first time uh on this podcast but uh without further ado here we go [Music] [Applause] [Music] all right disclaimer just about to get graphic [Applause] ow yeah that's um left me speechless again everything is leaving me speechless i know because it's all stupid everything is it's stupid god yeah i i literally can't believe it's like and you you know you're an officer so you should be held up to a higher standard like just you're in your car get the [ __ ] out of the situation leave like something bothers you like why i just i can't wrap my head around it man oh my god yeah oh [ __ ] okay all right well um oh yeah and tiger was going 40 miles over the speed limit yeah weren't they saying he was doing that's why i had that's why he crashed wasn't he doing like 80 miles an hour 80 plus miles an hour when he crashed that suv yep it's weird that it took him that long to come out with that you know what yeah but there was no there was nothing in his blood so but that yeah i guess you know they did they did test they did test on them and and everything and there's nothing so my question is how much money do you think he paid them to make sure that that blood test came back i didn't think he had any you don't think he had any no given what do i know not a [ __ ] thing this is true facts did you hear me eat my prop yeah i heard it so i know uh the last podcast we uh we talked about dmx and like his outlook and um apparently the outlook is not doing so well he's undergoing a brain function test and uh while he remains on life support so it's had a lot of artists a lot of superstars including uh including including lebron um that you know basically hoping that he recovers and uh you know he grew up listening to him kind of like a lot of us had um and so it's not looking good for old dmx yep drugs it's bad and i don't know if you know about this but uh jimmy houston's wife had to bring in your uh brain aneurysm and she's in oak city uh hospital who's wife jimmy houston's who the hell's jimmy houston jimmy houston is a you know that famous fisher fisher guy which famous fisher guy the guy with the blonde hair man if you saw him if you saw him you would yeah yeah you would you would know him only person that comes to mind right now is bob ross bob ross he was a painter i know oh my god i can't get anything who has coveted people who's got covered what who has covered who oh dmx yeah dmx that's right i forgot oh okay he also on top of his uh medical stay and being in a coma he also has covet so yeah thank you for that yeah that's pretty sad what's next oh yeah china sends more jets and taiwan says it will fight to the end if uh there's a war yeah it's uh interesting uh that was gonna save that one for later because oh really there's more military stuff that goes along with it so oh is there yeah that's kind of more of a military strategy segment type yeah and then i kind of i have them all kind of grouped together right but yeah the carnival cruise line threatens to remove the ships from the u.s ports and sell elsewhere they don't want to but because of the restrictions and because of the covid and because uh they've pulled all of their um not appointments what are they um bookings uh till the end of june so they're thinking about maybe just packing up and [ __ ] heading elsewhere yeah real good for the economy real good part of the economy for where here yeah for all the ports is that sarcastic yes it was sarcasm okay well hell i didn't know because i mean i'm thinking to myself okay that that's a well no that's one of the one things i wanted to do like once damn covey and everything was gone like i wanted to get the [ __ ] out of here and i don't want to travel in a damn tube you know if i do is that an airplane yeah it's an airplane um and i figured like a metal tube yeah it's a big metal tube i'd rather be in a big metal vessel yeah the ocean yeah plus i can go to more places you know kind of thing um yeah that is true yeah whereas the airplane just kind of flies in one place and you're dropped off and you gotta get a hotel and you have to worry about all that [ __ ] well at least with the cruise line you don't have to worry about getting hotel room your hotel room is there right built in all right hold on product placement oh jesus that would be dr pepper fox that's good for all you uh non-video listening to the podcast all right so i got a clip for you this probably will give everybody nightmares so i'm gonna warn you now okay so do a disclaimer then disclaimer this disclaimer is um is this gonna make me say like oh my god what the hell are you playing possibly what the hell are you playing all right so since it's uh in another language we'll we'll go ahead and talk i actually thought that was kayla that's why i turned okay go ahead look at this could you imagine walking in a grocery store [Music] be like hey are you gonna pay for that [ __ ] oh yeah hey did you see uh did you see conscious uh comment up there good dr pepper boycott coke oh yeah all right so is the the uh cultural culture boycotting coke now too well you can't boycott coat because uh there's a picture of trump in his new mar-a-lago place and he's sitting there got a little bottle of coke hidden behind his little telephone oh so if you got a boycott coke you're gonna have to boycott your little boy there too that's not mine not yours i'm just saying anybody's anybody who's boycotting coke you're gonna have to boycott trump trump too yeah i hate to say it yeah but that thing looked nasty man dude can you imagine that [ __ ] it's my support animal i'll take one of those [ __ ] on a plane man god could you imagine that [ __ ] would take up two seats no i would have to sit up if it was my former employer could you like about i had to sit up front why would you have to sit up front because there's more room up front than there is in between the seats you know so did you just see how like he climbed up those shelves like just [Music] like it was no problem i was like i would be struggling just to get to the program god i'm tired jesus [ __ ] this is a lot of work oh my god forget about it i ain't getting to the top of that right so i know i know we've had a placement oh god lone cedar cabins in arkansas they're not paying for our product placement and they should they should they really should we'll like do a whole damn star and gabe go ahead pick up we'll even film we'll bring all these cameras and we'll film we'll do a commercial for you we'll do a commercial spot and everything what the hell why the hell why not yeah they're cool people yeah they are they're nice they're fun to hang out with they are so russia is uh testing a nuclear torpedo in the arctic that has the power to trigger radioactive tsunamis off the u.s coast so remember last podcast when i showed you all the bases that were basically um all on top of canada in the arctic right going all the way from alaska all the way to freaking god knows where um now we know why now we know why they're building up all of this stuff and remember that one submarine that i i i put a picture up and then it had that black hole next to it where they clearly blew something up was it yellow no it wasn't a yellow submarine [Laughter] nice tie-in though with the beatles i got you yeah yeah okay um go ahead sorry actually i have squirrel i got my uh my hands on some uh video so check this out that's somebody filming a uh looks like a train to carry all of the russian military vehicles armory and everything else [Music] on that footage so i figured i'd uh cool post that yeah so there's uh i don't know what's going on with russia but they're they seem to be doing a lot um more so than probably ever in the last 30 40 years um especially i mean we got photos of them testing we got pictures we got you know uh different bases that they've set up um it's kind of creepy kind of scary at the same time yeah i think we were fearing more back in the 60s you know with the cuban missile crisis and everything else than we are now and we have way more information now and way more photos and way more video and everything else now than we did back then yeah i know and not even from the intel from just normal people well it's like it's like we said on monday we're going to brush into the north and china to the south yeah are we going to have china the south what what's china taking over the south we talked about it on monday when they were buying land land down there close to the rio grande now near uh laughlin laflin air force base right laughlin isn't that by san antonio i thought laughlin was uh by real grand hold on i'm trying to remember which base is by san antonio um because there was one that was right there too yeah let me check i'll check oh you're good go go ahead go to the next story i'll check all right i know where that'll be like getting the camera off of me all right so in uh science news for all you uh mass coals out there and you all know who you are did you say mask holes or [ __ ] well both okay mass goals are people that are [ __ ] about masks so it's a one and the same there's a ucf study shows mass yeah i got it ventilation uh stop covid spread better than social distancing there is actual scientific proof now for all you people that say oh there's no proof that nothing's been proven that mask dude this that and the other now you can argue with science and we supplied the link so you can go argue with them right all right so let's find out it's down uh it's down at del rio so it's pretty close to rio grande so what's the air force base that's by san antonio now that's going to drive me nuts uh lachlan lac no lakeland is out west i think out at lubbock damn now you got me all sorts of confused because i was only there for like three or four months so i can't remember yeah it's a it's uh the rio grande okay okay so lachlan i think lachlan is over [Music] uh what you call it this will be your uh geography segment yeah everybody learn something we all want you to learn something today lachlan is uh yep that's uh what you call it is that the one by san antonio yeah island yeah lachlan what was the other one that you were saying laughlin laughlin why the they sound so [ __ ] similar yeah no wonder i got them [ __ ] confused now i'm curious i'm curious to see what the hell is up by uh lubbock what the level was it don't tell me another why the hell they name all these that's confusing as [ __ ] yeah i know uh there is one out there at lubbock i can't bliss is in el paso uh air force base in lubbock yeah because i mean i i want to know now so all right well you look that up yeah you do that this story will be uh pretty interesting to you a new protein that could prevent alzheimer's discovered at alzheimer's that's what i said oh that's free uh it's reece race yeah race like reese's pieces us reese air force base out there at lubbock yeah that's it okay so we're good we're done with geography now we're done with our geography lesson for today yeah so uh to add more geography chemists at the university of alberta have made a discovery that could pave the way for new therapeutic treatments for neurodegenerative diseases including alzheimer's alzheimer's alzheimer's old-timers is that better alzheimer's alzheimer's alzheimer's the protein is called cd33 and there are two forms of it researchers have found the long versions of the protein increases the susceptible susceptibility to alzheimer's and the short version of it decreases the odds of getting the disease so yeah apparently sign me up for that we need to pay attention to cd 33 and uh the latest developments in that protein um because yeah sign me up for that yeah definitely so we'll be watching that we'll be paying attention to that we're that's going to be uh kind of on our radar right now yeah yeah since uh my family is uh how you say that susceptible to alzheimer's yeah didn't your mother father no my dad your dad your dad dad had dementia dementia gotcha dad had to mention going uh uh progressive it was advancing progressively into alzheimer's and yeah so does it start out in dementia and then it goes yeah it starts out in dementia i have a uncle i have an uncle and i have an aunt right now and basically that's what uh kathy's um kathy's dad passed away of was alzheimer's uh-huh yeah uncle james yeah um everybody has uncle james um and my uncle right now uncle joe out in east texas he's not doing very well i'm assuming i haven't i haven't talked to the family out there but from last time i talked to a cousin he just there that's it he was just there so you know my grandmother passed away grandma martin passed away from alzheimer's and and everything so it's pretty big on the martin side man that's it that's it and then of course what you know know what i'm saying so wasn't a calamity based on um yeah calamity was based on dad right so it's based on like the alzheimer's and everything else yeah alzheimer's alzheimer's alzheimer's also marshall alzheimer's that is a nasty nasty nasty nasty disease i swear to god i don't ever i don't even either i don't ever want i don't ever want to suffer from alzheimer's or even dementia i've instructed my kids what i want and of course they're not going to do it but you yeah what's their names again dementia is the name of a group of brain disorders that make it hard to remember think clearly make decisions or even control your emotions this is coming from caleb by the way yeah alzheimer's disease is one of the disorders but there are many types and causes of dementia well i have to i have to say it for the people that aren't visually watching it so right i have to say who it came from and what it is so that um they can follow along right yeah so thank you for that clarification well instead of doing our geography i should have just asked jessica since she said lachlan is in san antonio i mean just she's over here on my side on my page well tell her get her ass over to the right page jessica go over to the right page tom if you're there okay never mind uh tommy if you're there uh jessica if you're there go to over to the right page on there you go it's scrolling across the bottom yeah the fu page restoration.unlimited.podcast on facebook yeah it's really easy to find because it's all over my page just click it and also um i just looked at our website where you go to frustrationunlimited.com podcast yeah um twitch like it's showing our live actual feed oh yeah yeah on our website which i that's pretty awesome it is so i don't know if you can actually you just supposedly you can comment from our actual website too so when in a pinch if you don't want to log into facebook you can actually log into our facebook page actually you don't even need a login you just need to go to it so um yeah i'll go ahead just go to it just go to it say what's up [ __ ] just go to it okay so uh so in in more science news because now we have a whole science segment there's been a lot of stuff going on today in science wonderful world of science there's a lot of [ __ ] going on i never did like science you didn't like science i didn't like science in high school i failed it yeah no i didn't well i didn't fail it i passed it like with the c did you yeah [Laughter] i just i just didn't have no interest so there's strong evidence now for a new force of nature and what we mean by force is you have gravity obviously you have electromagnetism you have strong and weak forces you have gravity yes gravity you know what that is really so like if i take this and i throw it at your [ __ ] head it'll hit me in the head it'll hit you in the head like damn gravity's a [ __ ] and you see this that will go up against your cheek no that's all right man look at kayla over there acting cool yeah look at this she's like hollywood so i got glasses on you're not gonna hit me she thinks she's hollywood over there oh not even in the light she's not even in the studio lights yeah i know she should get over here and sit down too is she gonna wear those damn glasses right cool go ahead and pull up a gesture here yeah come on pull up the guest chair let's uh it's like if i'm not in the studio let's have a chat i can't be on camera let's have a chat right now with your mirror glasses right there [Music] where the hell are you going uh i'm just standing up i'm putting my coat on because you got a cold in here oh sorry it's all right i try to chill it like whenever we got the podcast going cause we got all these electric devices and everything else i'm like yeah well it's okay hey you know what it's kind of nice standing up yeah yeah i should try it every once in a while well here i got something that's going to blow your mind what oh you can see my gut all right well yeah i kind of look at that gut check this out watch this okay what this is science oh my god really again science yeah man we're on the science subject check this out look at this it's disappearing that's called refractory my friends science isn't it amazing yeah it's great screw you bill night that's great it's great it's great okay great it's great yeah oh um remember when we were talking about finland and remember all the uh not volcanoes but all the uh there was like 17 000 earthquakes in one week and then eventually they had an earthquake yeah check this out really yeah i thought you could just pick some of it up with your hand i mean you could try i'll video it no no not me i won't do that no okay so uh there's been there's been quite a few in l.a shaking la oh yeah there's more earthquakes or are they pretty uh i think they're running between four three so they're like well anywhere between three and a half to maybe four or five or whatever but it looks like there's there's quite a bit going um going along um uh the uh san andreas sandra's yeah fault line fault yep so you can't blame trump because it's san andreas fault no you can blame newsome you can blame newsome and pelosi and isn't schumer no shimmers from new york so yeah i can't blame her and yeah so yep so in uh business eventually california is going to be just thinking of you know to saw a couple yeah yeah california's gonna cut it away it's gonna cut itself off yeah it's gonna be like that hopefully yeah china's china wants china get a hold of everything you know california is going unless it becomes its own island out there by catalina you know so all right go ahead wait catalina yeah because catalina island is an island of its own outside of san diego i know it just reminded me of uh the catalina why mixer no oh good god really i was waiting every time everyone every time i would hear catalina island i always think of the catalina y mixer i thought it was that [ __ ] brown catalina that would have made you thought of no i always started the catalina wine mixer but i did have a 1973 pontiac catalina [ __ ] brown or fry brown fried brown yeah from right here man so yeah but um anyway um all right so what's uh what else is going on well uh kayla sent me some news story but i'm not about to put it on there because it's uh yeah is it disturbing it's very disturbing the the world we're living in is this is the whole reason why we have this podcast because the world we live in is so [ __ ] frustrating and so aggravating and so it's beyond help like it's beyond yes i know that yeah i know that it's and it's it's and it was actually so lena who's going to be in in as a guest on friday i told her i go there's two options and this is what i give like with guests to come in we can either do an interview where we discuss like your life and all that sort of stuff we ask you know questions that the audience is going to want to hear or we can do what we did last monday with andy where we talk about the news and then we just kind of expand on our experiences and how that relates and she's like oh my god the news is so depressing blah blah and i'm like then let's not talk about the news i was like well that makes it easy choice for me then what we're going to talk about on friday yeah but no to her point and like to your point and this is i mean it's always something it is it's always something it's happened daily and it's all [ __ ] that you're just like why i know i mean you could tell us better than that i mean maybe not you or you let's talk about the show of intro you want to yeah go ahead what you got on that nothing how the [ __ ] are we going to talk about it you don't got nothing on it i ain't got no no nothing man all i know is that he needs to be convicted yeah he does but more importantly and then him being convicted is his sentence i know hold on that's the key part of placement this [ __ ] guy hold on product placement what the hell is that no man they cancel coke didn't they cancel uh cancel culture whatever the hell they are they cancel coke and delta and atlanta and everybody hey you know what they didn't cancel but frustration unlimited i dare them to come to me or come to us [ __ ] them so uh you know what i'm telling you man it's so funny i want you know what i want one of them to come on my podcast or come on our podcast sorry it's okay come on our podcast and [ __ ] tell us that we're counseling you well [ __ ] you all right because i'm not uh i'm not dealing i'm not dealing with [ __ ] like that you know well i would even tell me i would even tell them to meet me at the [ __ ] quick trip the qt yeah meet me at q2 man as long as i get my [ __ ] tall ass red bull and drink it and everything give me your gun forget about this take care of everyone oh yeah i gotta have my yeah i gotta have the jerky too right here this is what i'll be eating talking to cancel yeah i'll be eating jerky drinking a red bull and whatever and talk to to cancel culture people and tell them well no it's funny because you mentioned god you had a you had a well i don't know i don't know if i could say it on the air jesus christ man so yeah that's what's going on i can't say y'all [ __ ] how about that [Laughter] pieces of [ __ ] so how tell me how you really okay pam i know no red bull i know i know i know we're talking about the cancel culture i gotta have a i gotta have a red bull and get my to help him get those frustrations out yeah look at it this is his creative outlet this is what gets his anxiety and his stress and everything that's been sitting on his shoulders out hell i mean i even took a xanax before this [ __ ] oh jesus yeah it's okay yeah it's okay it's all right not really but i would really like to meet some of them i don't give a [ __ ] oh i mean i will just oh god so in case you all didn't know uh i hate to cancel culture he hates the cancel culture but he kind of got set off a little bit earlier today and it's kind of been it's been festering all day so i was like hey save for the podcast and you know what i hate i hate stupid [ __ ] people they can't drive oh dude tell them about your [ __ ] experience oh my god yeah you gotta you gotta tell me okay okay gotta talk about it okay okay yeah i'll tell it in story mode like in a calm voice what was not like many it was yesterday it was a cool calm night no i'm not going to say that go ahead tell the [ __ ] so i was sitting at red light right people in front of me right people behind me yep excuse me of course yeah it's usually what happens of course me i still have my damn florida plates oh and people and of course people assume that i'm from [ __ ] florida god and uh i hear this horn i mean he just laid down on the [ __ ] horn i go what the [ __ ] what the hell man so anyway i turn underneath the bridge i turn underneath the bridge and i get in the right lane and another car pulls up to me and it was like a little beat up [ __ ] osmobil or whatever and i'm not going to tell you what kind of what person or what color he was that was in that osmo bill nope not doing that and i already did no i didn't i did without no i did not i didn't say what color what color the person was but anyway i had my window rolled down just driving my minding my own business you know and everything not drinking a red bull pam and uh when i turned to my left i saw a guy pointing a gun at me a [ __ ] gun and if i had one i'll be pointing right back so what happens in the texas i was literally thinking about this after you told me the story i was like so what happens in this situation so if you pull a gun in retaliation to somebody else pulling a gun and you pull a trigger yeah your life was literally in danger but who's gonna prove who pulled first you know what i mean yeah and like at the end of the day the guy might be dead whatever and you might be alive i would be hurt yeah the guy would be dead right i mean that's i don't want to kill nobody man no i get it but like if somebody points a gun at my [ __ ] head i'm gonna assume that they're gonna try to kill me so then it's a fight or flight you know what i mean yeah i know me i don't know i know i mean it was scary as [ __ ] it really was i mean i was expecting i would kayla says she take her smart pills again it doesn't it doesn't matter she's so [ __ ] smart and sexy god hurts me i didn't say that do you want to what i can't hear you you're gonna have to come up here and tell me i can't hear you oh rusty rusty says it's national squirt gun month maybe he was just trying to squirt you down no really it's national let's grow way to come in there and clinch oh my god no that was a real freaking drink you sure didn't pop out a flag and said no that was no that was no elmer fudd [ __ ] i'm serious man all right i believe you i [ __ ] wasn't there but you know what i it i mean i was expecting my you know my heart my anxiety just yeah shoot screw it straight up man and just you know really fast but it just it was just funny i just slowly turned my head and i saw it i kind of just nudged my head turned back and just kept driving no you did it yeah you looked at him he went oh yeah what the [ __ ] what the [ __ ] [ __ ] which that's like you know the universal like you know well that is the universal thing you know i remember somebody or somebody does something stupid you're like yeah you just go yeah because you know they can't hear you so like it's just gotta what the [ __ ] for it yes exactly right right whatever i mean it was just i mean after that it was just it started you told me that story then i'm like damn now i need to start keeping a gun in my car cause well it's just i mean you know [ __ ] points a gun at me it's gonna be the last thing he ever did yeah yeah all kayla has to do is just get in the car with them and sing to them and i said please get out please get out that's a good one that was that was good that was good they would vacate the vehicle that's what i said please stop please stop please stop okay you're not gonna stop i'm leaving all right [ __ ] the middle of the intersection cars still rolling [ __ ] bye [Laughter] so if anybody try to get in your car and you're in the car with kayla all you gotta get all you gotta do is just have her sing seeing justin bieber or seeing adele or something oh jesus oh speaking of which we better shut this off right oh wait you turned it back on man there we go okay i thought that was funny oh i don't know how this is related but you're getting a crossbow congratulations crossbow how the hell is that going to work hold on hold on yeah pull that big ass thing pull that big ass thing and put it over the driver's door window and [ __ ] and hey aaron if or a ron if you know anybody that needs uh what is aaron here hey a-ron he's rusty rudder sorry you don't know his code name he flies under the radar so rusty rudder that's my boy oh he's he's on actually youtube where's commenting on youtube i don't know where the hell julian is oh julian's been m.i.a we'll have to like hey hey you know what we should get him on the show hey julian yeah julian julian in in his hard look yeah oh my god his profile picture which you've reamed his ass for he looks high you're like dude you look high in your picture he's like because i was i think no he i think he said i think i was that's okay whatever it's all good yep aaron i think we need to get you in here on the podcast too i know he'd be like scared as hell everybody is scared as hell to come in until they get here and then after the first you know 10 15 minutes whatever then all of a sudden they're like dude i had so much [ __ ] fun blah blah blah and i'm like right yeah just the cameras are kind of you know hidden so you don't really see them it's not like they're glaring in your face um so it's yeah it's a lot easier and it's like it's just like having a conversation with you know obviously a bunch of high-tech [ __ ] right cameras mics and everything but at the end of the day it's like if you look at your friends you look at who you're talking to it's just like just having a conversation it's just just happens to be recorded yeah just happens to be in front of you know a lot of people so is kimberly here i don't even know if kimberly's here yeah i haven't heard that name in like a while yeah how's she been she she's been ain't got the vid does she no she'll be all right okay i think she's been busy with her office and number two that's awesome yeah so and i don't know i mean i haven't i haven't uh i haven't so speaking of jobs and being busy and everything else um one in four people plan to bolt their job after the uh post pandemic so after the whole covid and everything that one in four people are just like i'm done i'm out and then one in three said they would look for a new job if their work made them come in the office full time so from a hiring perspective and from people that are trying to employ people yeah yeah y'all gotta it's not business as usual it's not the same way it used to be pre um pandemic that it's gonna be after pandemic and what was interesting is um a lot of the uh you know the workforce and stuff is is millennials and of course their perception oh and did you see that yeah i saw it all right that was crazy uh their perception and what's important to them is vastly different between like what's important for you and what's important for me so let me ask you so what as far as the job market what is important to you benefits see benefits is important 401 is important you know that's uh that's how i look at it and of course you know and of course to uh millennials you know it's all about the money but they don't get they don't get anything i mean they don't get the benefits they don't get to the 401k they don't get the the short long-term disability they don't i mean they don't get none of it you know i mean what the [ __ ] are they gonna do when they get sick well and the thing is is it's it's funny because oh yeah that's right they want it all given to them they don't want to work for it but no that's too much to ask for i know you're not a millennial kayla actually what was i actually heard that by the way what was really surprising because like me i thought she thought i was just looking at her i thought you were right too because i thought it was all about the dollars and cents right but actually it is about all the dollars no no no what it was the eighty percent of what the millennials thought was important was um i don't think they know what's important hold on career growth yeah i mean no that's [ __ ] that's logical i mean because well yeah it is it is logical it's not about the money and that's what that's one of the reasons why i pulled this story because to your point and to my point i thought it was just it was going to be solely about the money and everything else no they want to have something that they can have growth longevity and uh man i i really honestly i can't hate on that because yeah every company every company you as an employee you are replaceable and you are i'm sorry because i've been up at the upper echelon you are you are all replaceable i don't care how skilled and how crafty and how whatever the [ __ ] you think you are like you can be replaced tomorrow okay i'm your boss you're my employee i can walk in devon you know what it's just not working out you you did a great you you're doing a great job you're doing this you're doing that and everything held dude you're showing up before me that's cool but you know what you're fired well i mean you know why you're fired why am i fired because i don't like the way you look well you know i've i've actually cut your [ __ ] hair [Laughter] oh it's i'm here in texas about to higher up the fire you're right you're absolutely whatever the hell they want absolutely and i've literally walked into a job and it mind you it was a contract job which was like you know i've already had my company and all this other stuff and the guy was like so and mind you this guy's 20 years older than me he goes um so what do you want to do with your life and i'm like i look at him and i'm going you know i'm doing the work that you're supposed to do and um right i know and i'm pretty sure i'm making more than you doing the job that you're supposed to be doing they hired me to fill your shoes um so i'm going to keep on doing what i do which is taking over stupid people's jobs like yours right yeah what is what is there to say people don't understand that they need to become a value to their company that they work for and that's true but also at the same time i mean i like his other comment too people don't want to work they're lazy you are absolute [ __ ] lutely right and that's what the the ongoing joke is with millennials because they don't want to work they don't they don't want it they don't they think everything needs to be just handed to them oh here you go you know what and what's really what's really sad is that i mean somebody some of these millennials some of these people they need to uh go back to um the time well especially the time that i grew up back in the 70s uh 70s and half of the 80s and uh see how we really you know i'm saying all right let me let me address aaron's thought let me let me put it back up on the screen because i'm going to go into deep deep detail on this uh people don't understand that they need to become a value to their company that they work for so to aaron's point yes 20 years ago you as a employee were a valuable commodity for that company you either made or broke that company but the biggest problem is it's all about numbers and cents if you cost that company a hundred thousand two hundred thousand and they can hire three of you to do the same job for less sorry you're gone i don't give a [ __ ] what your value what your what your commitment to the company is it doesn't matter because at the end of the day when you're talking big fortune 10 fortune 5 companies there's a price on your head and there are algorithms and i can show you those algorithms that show you what you cost as an employee by healthcare by salary then you become to a point where you are no longer and i guarantee my cousins that um work in hr can vouch and i have other companies information that i could prove and show this that once you become a certain part over that threshold you become no longer an asset you end up costing the company money because of your insurance claims because of your health and because of your salary then it becomes a point where you cost the company more than you make and generate and you're not in that threshold of um level of people then you're just basically you're gone you're dismissed not unless you're in a union well yeah and that's probably why amazon is fighting so hard to get rid of unions well amazon not not get rid of but not even have unions that would be the best thing to me that would be the best thing for amazon if they were union why is that well with uh with everything that they agree to or whatever it's almost it's almost guaran it's it's guaranteed what's guaranteed pay raises pay raises be guaranteed health care be guaranteed vision dental short term long term disability 401 insurance and how much you got to pay that that union well it really depends it really depends how much you would have to pay the union mm-hmm yeah well it depends on what your pay back it depends on what's the negotiated rate it depends on the company my last uh my life your point about what you said about uh health care and you know all that stuff the last time it's dependent on the negotiated rate yeah the the the last um the last union dude that i had and they they i mean they go they go by one percent um my union or the former union i was in that went by one percent and my last union was uh what was it uh it was like 41 yeah 41 in a month yeah that's not bad no it's not bad i mean i never really honestly i never really needed the union um only just because you know i mean so uh aaron says he's talking smaller establishments uh i'm all about the independent companies local mom and pop uh but yes big companies you're just a number yeah that's true when i left when i left mine or when i retired from mine i know that i was just a uh i was just an employee number that's all i was and we used to we used to be like people you know what i'm saying yeah i mean to well here's the messed up part so that's all i'm gonna say about that with these these companies um so when you as an employee have these innovative and creative ideas which you know i obviously have and i've done this with every company i've been with the major corpse take the idea and they don't want to no no let me finish what i'm finished let me finish what i'm trying to say is they want whatever it costs for that implementation or that idea they want threefold so if that idea costs the company a hundred thousand dollars they want to see a three hundred thousand dollar in um return on their investment or roi so no legally yes they can take your idea but more importantly they won't take your idea unless they can prove or you can prove that they're gonna make you know three times the investment at the higher corporation level um so that was a biggest part of my challenge was is is proving how much you know of course i was in charge of data and charged a number so trying to prove this is how much we're going to earn if we do this you know what i mean it's it's like too many variables and i don't have a crystal ball and it's a bunch of [ __ ] it really is at the end of the day it's like you can keep doing what you're doing and you know for a fact based on your history that that's exactly what you're gonna earn or you could try something different and maybe have different results that are probably going to be better if not substantially better which in this case they were tenfold better than what they were because what they were doing is they were limiting their sales to a sales team in a small sales market i was opening it up to an entire global market and opening it up to an open market which means anybody like you and i could basically buy in but the problem with that is how do you prove that how do you prove what those numbers are going to be when you take something that's very limited you can't yeah you can't and that was a that was what the hardest thing was trying to prove my point to a [ __ ] billion multi-billion dollar company that the way you've been doing business is wrong and it this is the way you need to do business you need to open yourself to an entire market to anybody dude it's like it's literally like pounding your [ __ ] head against a wall and that's when i was just like look if you guys aren't gonna listen there's plenty of people that will i did that a lot at uh my old job was it just pounding your head against the [ __ ] wall yeah i did that i did that quite a bit because i mean you know just but it's okay quit burping whoo i heard that oh yeah really mr fry muncher what you haven't heard me eat fries tonight no not only did we hear you we [ __ ] saw you oh wait wait as he's eating more [Laughter] this [ __ ] guy yeah yeah well i mean i get what you know i get what you're saying man you know uh-huh and i mean oh yeah kayla no she's not there nevermind nope so i don't know where kayla gets these stories but there's some of the [ __ ] most horrific stories oh she's right there she's right there oh hi beautiful i know i know that what were oh okay well thank you for sharing okay so okay so kayla yeah kayla yeah taylor went potty this is breaking news okay so your your mom your mom your mother yours yours stop mocking me man like a little [ __ ] 10 year old don't okay so your mother really okay so her mother i mean your mother patty works at kroger and she's in the union she is in the union she's in to me she's in the is she happy that she's in that union or is she miserable because their unions suck i can't hear you like to come over here and talk she what she probably if she wasn't a part of the union she would have got fired a long time ago that's what she said yeah that's me too and i mean yeah we know i know for a fact [Laughter] i'm not hot-headed this [ __ ] i'm not hot-headed no i'm not okay we ain't [ __ ] cool-headed either what oh yeah did you just microphone you [ __ ] dick i did it on purpose i know you did with your little low profile [ __ ] dunk right no i mean oh she gets her raises on time so it's good having the union yeah yeah so she so she gets it she gets her rate in the union she gets her raises she yeah she gets her raises on her anniversary and on the contractual date yeah other than that you don't get raises i don't know so you know so i'm gonna go from my standpoint because you know obviously you came from a union background um oh yeah 35 years of it so i come from mostly contract work so part of the contracts is that they have to give you raises they have to do the health and medical so it's almost like the contracts are almost like a union where they have to be bound by these contracts and these agreements or whatever and um kind of like similar with you with the with the unions huh because they fight for the employee right yeah yeah some of them they fought for the employees some others well that's they act like they could fight for the employee but is actually for the company well yeah what do you mean with the company or with the union for the company they could still be the union right but the union fights for the company got you no what the union will fight for the employee yeah we got that part but be in favor of the company so do whatever at the same time i've seen that happen right right right right i've seen it i've seen it happen and can i talk about that uh no well there's still two out of everybody in that room uh-huh that time that i had to because the company got me first before the union and no i can't talk about it because there's still two people there's two still two people alive three y'all that are passed out everybody doesn't know how to talk about things without you know you could talk about things without well being specific there's a reason there's a reason why i'm not talking about it you don't have to mention names you don't have to give specifics you can give generalizations you can give ideas and constructs okay so and i'll have okay yeah without having i'll say it you don't have to say company names you don't have to say everybody knows no that's an assumption no everybody knows they can't prove it everybody can prove you didn't give a date in time that's true okay that's why do you think i say the stuff that i say because a can't be proven b unless i give you dates times and or names huh but that's an assumption that's not you can't prove that that's the employer he's talking there's no proof unless you give enough evidence that that oh okay okay so i can tell you what happened to you and this is this is what happened it was on a thanksgiving day oh [ __ ] you gave times okay he didn't say what year could've been when you're five two thousand shut up shut up 2010 i'm trying to help you it's 2010. this [ __ ] guy i'm trying to help you fly under the [ __ ] radar you're just i am not a crash right dude i'm telling you i'm telling you i am not flying under the radar yeah [ __ ] clearly no even if i didn't say anything about it uh-huh i would not be flying under the [ __ ] radar because people know who yeah my former employer is yeah well they can assume and they can guess and they could assuming a guess no they would be [ __ ] 100 right i'm [ __ ] trying to help you i know i know you are i know you are i know yeah so [ __ ] but if you didn't put any time yeah sorry the supervisor the supervisor that that initially wrote it up wrote up what happened and everything on that day that particular day yeah because i mean yeah because we were we were working the last flight i was i was low on seniority on that day so it was the other so was the other guy that was law on the seniority it wasn't the the aircraft wasn't very full right at that time so just unload the aircraft that's it big no big deal it was a [ __ ] terminator anyway okay terminator means last stop okay i was like terminator coming out that's it no no that's how i explain the terminators okay okay so it was a terminator anyway and and the supervisor may he rest in uh and you know he kept saying come on man just just throw them out just throw the freight just throw the bags come on i mean it's only 35 of them and the guy in the bin just kept just kept bitching and complaining i kept telling them dude just calm down calm down and he came out and he started he started cussing out the he started cussing out the soup soup wasn't gonna put up with it he wrote it up and then when it and then it went to uh let's see he got in trouble the partner that i was with he got in trouble and then went went uh to um went to the labor yeah went to labor and they wanted a hearing a safety not a safety but a uh i guess it would be a system hearing and then it had to go through arbitration and they got and and the company itself the company itself got me before the union got me i mean i would have got i i would have some things that i would different if they would have gotten you first who the union yeah things that probably would have been different would have been more in your favor versus more in the company's favor if they would it would if they were trying to get it in in in in the other guy's favor ah never so you know i mean it is what it is it is what it is 11 years ago 12 years ago who gives a [ __ ] i mean it it's you know like i said i mean two of them were two of them are gone and like i said rest in peace right but you know the other one is i think still the director of stations i think because at the time he was a manager of labor in the company so sometimes it's good sometimes it's good to have the union on your side on yeah on your side i mean you're going to have them eating away because you pay union dues whether you're whether you're right or wrong they're going to do whatever they can to you know to keep you on because it's it's their job you know what's weird is like all the jobs and all the companies and stuff that i've worked for i've never really experienced unions um you'd love it hold on but whenever i went this was uh i was still in college i was an intern for this company called wik media services which is actually kind of laid the foundation of what i'm doing today um and at the time they paid me 12 an hour as an intern so they've paid pretty [ __ ] well right um in fact they even flew me to um detroit auto show which me ew detroit yeah no dude we were literally told don't stop at certain lights don't yeah just run them just run them run them and apparently they went the year before and uh they had uh over 15 dollars worth of equipment stolen and so um part of like me being with them like we had to get to where we needed to go and just make sure all the equipment and [ __ ] that we had was you know one get one getting stolen um but yeah it was really cool because um you know i got to go to obviously the detroit auto show i got to see a lot of underground um gm's autonomous vehicle what are we pointing at no just keep going okay and um and so doing so that was the first time i ever experienced a labor intensive like area and uh these two guys were carrying a extension cord and i was like going why are y'all carrying why does it take two guys to take an extension cord and then come to find out that um it was some labor reunion thing where they had to took two people to do it damn near everything and i was like really because i was like i could do this in half the time for um by myself i don't need [ __ ] 15 people there was a lot of stuff what oh snap what the hell just happened don't say anything dude okay sorry you distracted me and of course i had to now you just dropped oh that's awesome um so yeah did you hear about the biden uh plan calls for 100 billion in uh ev consumer rebates no no i don't even have a clue about that i don't even know where he came up with that well it's part of his whole stimulus thing oh yeah yeah he's uh you know that whole trillion dollar um revitalization some kind of thing that he's trying to oh yeah by the way um that reminds me um the u.s is broke now u.s is broke yeah we're broke we've been broke what the hell you there's nothing new no we have money now we have money until you know until what happened no until you know so the biden administration's 174 billion dollar proposal to boost electric vehicles calls for 100 billion in new consumer rebates and 15 billion to build the 500 000 new electric vehicle charging stations according to transportation department sent uh to the congressional uh staff and seen by routers yeah so let me ask you this if if you were given an incentive to buy an electric vehicle would you would you trade your uh nobody's asking you kayla chill the [ __ ] out would i we already know your [ __ ] answer i buy would i buy an electric yeah electric vehicle if you were given uh incentive and if so and actually let me put this back out to the audience if y'all were given an incentive to buy an electric vehicle how much of an incentive would you need no there's not there's not because i already i was already looking into electric vehicles a while back and they said there was no no they got rid of it trump got rid of it blame your uh your other guy that's not my president ain't my president either hey my president i mean i voted for him once made that mistake well you know didn't do it twice nobody knew man nobody i didn't do it twice i don't i don't repeat my mistakes i make them once and that's it nobody nobody knew nobody knew all right nobody knew okay hold on somebody else besides a [ __ ] politician in there going back because i'm tired politicians [ __ ] politics i [ __ ] hate that [ __ ] so um why you talk about it all day no i don't that's you that's not me shut the [ __ ] up you're always republican this and oh yeah that's the [ __ ] democrats oh yeah yeah well he dropped fast yeah we did what the [ __ ] i don't know people hated us yeah whatever i think we got heated when we were talking about unions all of a sudden it went [ __ ] through the roof okay we're going to talk about unions again yeah we're going to talk about unions so uh this electric vehicle cool [ __ ] but no seriously like with the electrical vehicles um what would it take to incentivize you to actually purchase one to get one to own one to operate one what would it take because i know you gotta you gotta vehicle and it's a yoda which we know will last for damn near air forever oh yeah i will so what is it going to take to convert you into an eevee electric vehicle owner well one give me the car for free well that [ __ ] ain't happening well that's my incentive that's the incentive i won give me the car for free and i will trade the camry and uh to get money off of that yeah i'd do that that's it that now if they didn't want to do that they didn't want to do that they can stick their electric car up their ass and i'll keep polluting the air well [ __ ] congratulations thank you for being uh i'm honest i'm honest we're sniffing i haven't sniffed the whole thing yeah you do it after and before whatever god it kills me my eardrums literally rupture again whenever you do have it sound like a sports car when it is a smart sports car oh didn't they already try that with speakers and stuff and try to make it yeah they tried uh yeah so kayla's just so we know uh have it sound like a sports car when it's a sports car well here's the thing they're already faster than most sports cars and you're looking at million dollar cars that are slower than these electric vehicles so to your point the only thing you're going to hear is that tires melting as i [Music] that hurt bye felicia that hurt and yeah she's right that's stupid why do you think okay just so you know i did i'm not are we going to start talking about your prius no it's going to talk about the mercedes you know what every time i hear the prius oh jesus or hear about the prius or whatever i think about i think about uh the good guys with uh mark wahlberg and uh what's his face yeah will ferrell right yeah the red prius where you know all the um all the homeless people they sleep and now they sleep in the prius what did you do my prius we had sex at the prius you need to just like just just watch the movie man it's kind of like don't worry that was my single days calm down oh my god i was talking about a movie and that's the good guys but anyway um what uh what what was i gonna say um i don't know um um whatever i can't think of it now all right you texting no never speaking of priuses what about it check this out watch the last car wait for it prius [Laughter] product placement oh yeah no i think for me like honestly because i was looking into the solar cells i was looking into the electric vehicle market because i was like you know what this was before the whole mishap with the broken pipes and everything else with the electricity out for three and a half days which oh by the way come to find this out right when your power goes out for three and a half days uh-huh your [ __ ] smoke detectors no matter what battery they say they have that supposedly last 10 years or whatever which is the new code um they don't [ __ ] last and uh my 300 smoke detectors which i have two of they're done they're done and here's the [ __ ] up part so uh one link in your infinite wisdom with your amazon [ __ ] smoke detectors and um yeah with your no external battery and no way to replace a battery i'm literally throwing six hundred dollars in the trash so you're gonna throw those away well i can't [ __ ] do anything with them they're all what about if they're all internal batteries yeah but what if what if uh they're chargeable they're not chargeable oh that's the whole [ __ ] point that's why like i came home today just fyi like backstory came home today and i kept hearing a beeping noise and i'm going what the [ __ ] but luckily and not luckily at the same time these one link um smoke detectors um they flash a color because they have leds and stuff in them right they flash a color when they beep so i knew which one it was based on the color but even before i even walked up to it they normally have a color ring or whatever right so this particular one didn't have a color ring so i was like okay almost certain this is the problem but then after we're standing underneath it it beeped and i'm like yep sure enough and then after further research i was like are you kidding me like there's no battery to swap out so i basically have to take this 300 device and throw it in the garbage i was like mind blown yeah i was like who [ __ ] [ __ ] like that like you know it's funny funny because it kind of relates to the ev story and it's like what happens with the batteries in the evs right you take it out you get throw the whole [ __ ] car away like what the like literally that's well funny that i pulled that story yeah if that battery did go if that battery on the car did go out and everything i'll throw the i'll i would throw the car away and get another one what you can do with that battery because it's gonna be sitting in a landfill somewhere it's gonna be destroying and depleting and hurting the uh environment now you're starting to sound like a millionaire i am not a millennial i said you're starting to sound like one i didn't say that i know starting to sound like i had to you know let the audience know [ __ ] okay you're not a millennial you're trying to i'm not saying that you're trying to pull me into that bucket oh my god don't make me throw something at i'm you kidding no man i'm not no i'm not saying that you're that you are a millennial i'm saying god yeah i'm just i don't know man you know i mean think about it so these kids it's it's these kids now they are gonna end up taking care of us that's [ __ ] scary it is so do you think the millennials do you think they're uh do you think they would join a union or no if offered do you think they know enough about the union well you know what uh if you don't have a choice yeah if you get with the company if you don't like a bernie lena bena you could use the battery as the object to throw at each other really okay elena you know why do you think i was looking around this studio for the [ __ ] i was like i know it's here somewhere okay yeah you'll see that friday i'm sure yeah friday i'll be throwing [ __ ] at him yeah like a bernie like a bernie kayla what does that mean oh my god now he's gonna no now he's gonna like yeah see jesus that [ __ ] would hurt dude these things are no joke this is like get hit with a [ __ ] brick yeah i know i know okay back to the question about the millennials being part of the year yeah in some companies you have no choice but to be in the union why i thought it was like no pretty you have no choice wow but to be in a union but those aren't texas the airlines are one of them the railroad is one of them and then you got and then you got the automakers automakers i knew yeah i learned that from detroit which goes back to that story i was talking about and then you probably and then you probably have like you know the grocery chains like kroger and all that crap yeah well some of them are lena said you can use them like frisbees no don't even do it looks like a damn ufo like a [ __ ] ufo see you know what we can like put all of our put all of our uh led lights before uh lana gets here on friday yeah and then and then have the like dude this [ __ ] place the smoke this thing will have a spaceship yeah i know maybe hadleigh can help us with these damn led lights yeah maybe and then have the fog machine going up and have all the lasers going everywhere and then you know we can have we can play ufo with those damn smoke detectors flying through the studio yeah lena can have one i can have one and they'll probably end up crashing together [ __ ] it [Laughter] oh my god we can do that but we need to have we we need to have those those leds up we do by friday before she gets you know before she gets here because i mean it would be cool that would be cool you know and i wouldn't remember where the leds are because i found yeah i know where they're at and yeah because it would be blue in here uh-huh yep it would be blue it's a calming yeah it's a calming color it is blue you know right so we should do red hey kayla is she not talking to me she's she's she looked over kayla is she not talking to me she said what like three times four times there you go hey uh what's your favorite color what's your favorite color oh god okay we need to go we need to get see if everybody loves my girl see see if if everybody looks on my side see look you see blue everywhere it's a sea of blue you know blue cup blue cat blue chair bluetooth chair yep blue blue blue behind me [ __ ] and look at look at my buffalo bills blue it's got some red in there bro yeah but i don't pay attention to the red i don't know i just don't like i just don't like red man you know yeah i get it yeah i i just i i can't take oh wait i can't take red they're gonna swap my straws out i i really can't so anyway what are you doing i gotta swap my straws out to blue to red oh god [Laughter] really you gotta you want to irritate me with the red have you walked in the studio right now this side is all red and that side's all blue hell yeah this is like gang warfare it's the bloods versus crips [Laughter] but blue is more blue is more calming and red is fire i know we breathe fire i know and that's i mean that's that's the airy sign too is uh fire aries do we know any ares are you an area really really are you aries do we know any aries my birthday's next thursday man [ __ ] i don't pay attention to that and i am a [ __ ] aries oh you're a [ __ ] aries she's a gemini gemini and and cancer cancer she cancer and gemini i mean she can't make up her mom yeah she's a woman she can't make up she can't make up her mind where she wants to be one day she's a gemini one the other day she's a kid what benefits her most that day yeah just kidding hey kayla you're cool as [ __ ] okay see i'm on her good side well i'm glad somebody is hey kayla am i on your good side okay cool who's what doug avery who zack avery who's zach avery i don't know you tell me zack avery do you know what zack avery is he it is he a indie actor from dallas is it from dallas where is he from okay yeah he's what zachary horowitz sounds jewish i heard about that what i heard about that hey can you send can you send me that yeah send me that link because i haven't heard about that send it to uh dumbass here [ __ ] you [ __ ] face god [ __ ] waffle oh i got you you got me on my own [ __ ] words wait what was my other words i don't know i mean they were my words that you [ __ ] wrote down [ __ ] and i'm using them hold on hold on [ __ ] short [ __ ] [ __ ] was that one that was one yeah yeah okay i remember we're both eating you [ __ ] biscuit oh [ __ ] i forgot that one okay exactly avery arrested uh 227 uh yeah i heard about that posies game yeah on the ponzi ponzi scheme [ __ ] oh yeah dallas police had something on the ponzi scheme too yeah in the south central uh section or whatever yeah i saw something about that there was like a bunch of them too yeah all right who's here wave your hands so we know who's here everybody waits like you just don't care yeah wave your hands up come on come on come on come on come on wave your hands we want to see who's here come on now come on should have done that earlier when we had like damn near 50 [ __ ] listeners look at that what kayla kayla well we know kayla's here yeah we know we can see you physically like right there come on now come on now come on people come on come on all right fine whatever way to participate people yeah we're going to be doing a giveaway here soon and oh yeah we all better be paying attention yeah y'all need to pay attention because it will be because the giveaway monetarily yeah oh look elena lina say what's up lina oh is that what she wants on her uh thing right lena bena yep oh there she is okay all right and that's a profile picture which [ __ ] was like pulling teeth to ask her to pull three photos that we could use for the intro well which you got the intro another there's one picture that's not very clear so is that the crowd the crowd yeah yeah the crowd and if she said if she has anything um she was doing dishes lena we needed you to send a higher resolution picture yeah send a higher resolution picture or something or something all right actually i got a video of lena whenever i visited her i think it was what the hell was that place and fly around and she was like devin's in the building she said she was in the middle she was in the middle in the middle of what that's what i was wondering i'm guessing middle of dishes you okay there yeah i had to readjust readjust yeah just say lena just send um send it uh to either me or devon or just send it to the uh frustration unlimited yeah i do yeah the gmail and then i'll get it and i'll because i think i'll make up the um let's call it i'll make up the um intro intro big words i know they come they complicate things but big words big words like intro oh yeah you know what you know what i gotta tell you the story all right tell me okay i was at work right and and me and uh me and another guy um we look we uh we loaded a midland flight right uh-huh what's that oh we loaded it uh-huh yeah we unloaded or loaded the midland flight right and uh and you know i did everything i was supposed to do i did all the webbing inside the bin and all that and then of course you know when the plane got the midland midland you know soup calls and says you know hey all the you know everything fell backwards on top of the door where they weren't able to open the door and um you know my first instinct was wayne you know yeah so you can get the door open it's okay so anyway we uh me and uh me and the me and the partner we went to uh the supervisor's office and the supervisor he started you're falling asleep oh yeah sorry sorry no that's okay you're a point to this story yeah you can follow me that's fine you can fall asleep i don't care that's fine at least i didn't go yeah i know you could still fall asleep but that's fine because you'll be you'll end up hearing the whole story anyway uh later when you go through this clip i will hurry the [ __ ] up with a story [Laughter] we're talking about big words man i know like so it reminded me of that anyway we go to the soup's office go to the soup's office soups soup is cussing us out you know back in the old days right when you know soups could do that when they could do it and we weren't getting offended and everything and then we cussed right back and oh so this wasn't a canceled culture in nature no nature no this was i think this was like a 2008 nine somewhere in there and so oh i'm talking about okay anyway um so the supervisor just looked at me and said this is atrocious i said um oh that's kayla's favorite word this is atrocious it's atrocious everything it's all atrocious and i looked at the soup kayla's word for that is atrocious nutritious atrocious atrocious i know it is yeah and he said you know he kept saying that it's atrocious and everything and i just kind of looked at the soup and i said isn't that kind of a kind of a too big of a word coming from a supervisor and he looked at me just get the [ __ ] out you know everything and the other guy goes me too he goes yeah but y'all get the [ __ ] out you know what everything is so yeah every time they use big words i would always say isn't that kind of a big word for a supervisor piss them off i said it to a manager i said it isn't that word isn't that a big word i said that too i said that to a manager too and he just kind of looked at me he goes i know big words i go say one and he's kind of looking around so okay you don't know what i'll just go do my job and come back and see if you thought of one you know so anyway yeah that that was my story for the big word thing atrocious atrocious yeah there's good memories on that one i like that one yeah i i did because i mean you should have seen his face his face turned red oh my god it's funny you mentioned that word because immediately the first thought i can't came into my head was kayla oh yeah and she uses the word nutritious we were talking one night and i was like wait what did you just say you know one of those like louisiana things that she was like bound and determined that that's the correct way to say it yeah and pronounce it and i'm like yep that's that's exactly it atrocious so from here on out that's what it's been called atrocious nutritious is her phone is her favorite movie uh polka guys yes which in fact we need to watch poker guys i love it i need to have that everything okay do i need to call an ambulance ambulance i need to get that book like you have so i can write down all the damn words and [ __ ] sound clips of her saying different things because yeah they have their own [ __ ] language yeah they do yeah yeah they do so how do you say paramedic see she said that perfectly fine well that's normal there it is here it is and poltergeist nice play poker guys poltergeist poltergeist do what too many syllables too many syllables oh so is that they think is that why y'all call it polka guys in louisiana too many syllables it's the same [ __ ] three syllables save any syllables [Laughter] right oh man i hate to be the bearer of bad news there were zero syllables saved yeah oh geez all right well all right well it's been a pleasure we are right at 159 51 52 53 84 845 56 all right bam two out there we're out of two hours all right okay all right everybody we appreciate you tuning in and look forward to uh seeing you um friday friday where lena bina will be in the studio and everything's gonna be uh cray cray we appreciate you tuning in and if uh this guy over here has anything to say no well thank you for that no i don't have anything for those words words of encouragement uh words of encouragement uh don't let nobody [ __ ] with you word that's that yeah that's words of encouragement all right amen y'all have a good night see ya