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FU Podcast - s01 e19 - April 16, 2021 - Harrison Ostrow & Beccah Scheffer

April 30, 2021 http://www.FrustrationUnlimited.com Season 1 Episode 19
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FU Podcast - s01 e19 - April 16, 2021 - Harrison Ostrow & Beccah Scheffer
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FU Podcast - s01 e19 - April 16, 2021 - Harrison Ostrow & Beccah Scheffer
Apr 30, 2021 Season 1 Episode 19
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FU Podcast - s01 e19 - April 16, 2021 - LIVE in Studio with: Harrison Ostrow & Beccah Scheffer

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Coming from the great state of TEXAS, This Podcast Is For People Of The World Who Are Frustrated With All The Issues Going On In Our World Regardless Of Any Affiliation....
Come join us, unlike any other podcast we interact with viewers/listeners.  Feel free to contact us via email and we will definitely get back to you within 24 hrs. PROMISE!  

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FU Podcast - s01 e19 - April 16, 2021 - LIVE in Studio with: Harrison Ostrow & Beccah Scheffer

To interact with our LIVE show’s and be our guest please go to: https://www.facebook.com/Frustration.Unlimited.Podcast

Check out our website www.FrustrationUnlimited.com for all of our social media links as well as past shows. Listen to ALL of our shows via Spotify, Apple Music, iHeart, Pandora, Amazon Alexa, Deezer and almost every Podcast Platform!!! Check out our FU Store for all our ahhhmazing merchandise.
To be a guest on our show LIVE in studio, please visit the Booking portion of our website on FrustrationUnlimited.com.

Coming from the great state of TEXAS, This Podcast Is For People Of The World Who Are Frustrated With All The Issues Going On In Our World Regardless Of Any Affiliation....
Come join us, unlike any other podcast we interact with viewers/listeners.  Feel free to contact us via email and we will definitely get back to you within 24 hrs. PROMISE!  

#letitout, #podcast, #podcasting, #spotify, #podcasts, #podcastlife, #podcaster, #youtube, #comedy, #itunes, #podcasters, #applepodcasts, #podcastshow, #interview, #newpodcast, #spotifypodcast, #applepodcast, #repost, #soundcloud, #radioshow, #dgemedia, #life, #follow, #movies, #funny, #live, #instagram, #film, #podcastlove, #media, #podcastinglife, #podcastaddict, #podcasthost, #coronavirus, #news, #FrustrationUnlimited, #DevinGEwart, #WPatrickMartin, #like4like, #followme, #likeforlike, #follow4follow, #followforfollow, #l4l, #f4f, #lifestyle

[Music] so [Music] in a world full of chaos two [ __ ] with microphones manage to grab your attention for a split second before you change the channel but they are your outlet to voice your frustrations the world's first interactive podcast that was in fact checked by the way where the audience could become a guest of the show for whatever reason you choose to do that is beyond me but presenting your hosts devin g ewert and patrick martin [Music] and we are live what's happening everybody happy friday happy friday y'all everybody else said hello before i did yeah man you're slacking no they could they cut him before i did you got to speak up oh dude are you guys are you going to start your [ __ ] already it's a good way to start off the show right yeah yeah yeah cut off the [ __ ] host that's fine whatever all right it's all good yeah yeah that's fine that's all right all right so uh who are y'all my name's like harrison ford oh my name's becca like becca yeah that's good that's good that's good and um you got anything what you got what you got uh what you got so tell me about yourselves what industry uh you're in and uh what do you wanna do when you grow up oh [ __ ] oh well i work at verizon um awesome assistant sales manager at verizon right now i worked at t-mobile for two and a half years prior to that assistant manager there as well left exactly at one year as an assistant manager so that was good but um wait a minute how is that good hey you know it's just something that happened it's just a thing that kind of happened but it's all good i just want to build stuff that's what i want to do any random stuff or anything in between i want to make everything everything if it's something that you have to use your hands to make i want to make it i like technology like you make swords sometimes yeah i've made a sword oh i work on my car a lot or do you one of those i mean part of that is it breaks a lot but yeah there's a lot of choices too you know yeah yeah nice i'll throw it over to becca for a minute though oh my gosh yeah go ahead hello i'm just an administrative assistant right now but i'd like to be some kind of counselor right now i'm in college trying to figure it out i'm sure there's a lot of people out there that need to be counseled yeah and i'm sure there's a lot of people out there trying to figure it out too yeah you all share something in common right yeah yeah so all right so what do you think about guns what do i think about god yeah let's just go right into it or just jump right into it who cares oh um i think they should all be elite no get rid of them you're in the wrong damn state brother i think um i think it's in a good a pretty good spot right now honestly um i don't know how i feel about where we're going with it on either side but um i like to shoot them i like to know how to shoot them did you hear what they just announced is official today yes no it's not official today yet i think unofficially i think the word is it is i think it's still got to pass the senate senate yeah i think why does it make it sound like it's official they do that every time someone well they do yeah i just want to start caring because i said it was official well i'd be careful about that now how about this okay what's turning around on you guys um oh oh oh oh okay what flip it reverse it talk to me about your fourth amendment right worth the midnight yeah talk to me about it mr history because i'm sure you guys can tell me all day about the second let's hear about the fourth uh go to devon now seven what you got yeah devon i got nothing all right i pull you over i'm a police officer all right go ahead i ask you i walk up to the car license insurance you know all that stuff i almost said registration they don't give up i mean they don't it's on your windshield here yeah they care but it's on your way yeah it's on the windshield but i pull you over i ask you how fast were you going what do you respond i don't know what your radar say i was going well you know that's better than what most people would do which is tell them how fast i'll just tell them i don't know i forgot okay there's a better answer though better answer what is the better am i required to answer any of your questions yeah you got to go you got to give one of those you're going to be one of those that guy that i see on the news that gets his window busted okay wait wait the window's going to be rolled down because my tent's illegal but dude i got actually a funny story about that so i actually got pulled over once i was on the toll way like 80 miles an hour state troopers going the opposite direction and all sudden i'm just chilling whatever and that same damn state trooper lights me up and i'm like going you're going the other way i know i'm like he's like uh sir i need you to roll down your window and i'm like okay i mean it's already down he goes no i need you to roll down the passenger window and i was like okay so i wrote it down he goes i need you to stop and i'm like what the [ __ ] what are we playing simon says does red light go so yeah he pulls out this machine puts it on there and he's like your uh window tint is illegal blah blah blah i was like you mean to tell me you went all the way out of your way did a double back to come pull me over to tell me my window tint was a slow day hey you should tell them you should tell them that their window tent is illegal too yeah yeah you should oh i was like okay hey no i agree with you though i agree with your joke yeah well you know is it illegally tenant now isn't it yes yes oh my god well not illegally no but i should have i should have said hey for a reference let's use your window yeah let me roll it down and if mine's higher than yours then you're good if mine's lower than yours we'll play high low like we're on like price is right there you go and i'll be like price is wrong [ __ ] you don't hear me laughing oh man you are now i it's am now parker what's your opinion what's my opinion yeah yeah i mean my opinion i mean it's simple okay you know i just try to make things simple i just do what the officer asked me to do that's what they want you to do yes i know that yeah i know that so if you want you to jump in a car i have a i have a i have a cousin i have a cousin there's a dip [Laughter] before we get away from it too much the exact same scenario you're gonna walk away with a higher ticket than i am every time well if i go through evelyn and my cousin's dogs yeah i know but if my cousin stops me i won't i won't get nothing but how many other police officers are there in the state of texas that aren't your cousin yeah yeah i know that's too bad all five hundred thousand of my my cousins that'd be so that'd be a little curious that that major yeah going on yeah so i mean maybe in arkansas yeah or is it no no no no no no no no no no you know sit out on the front porch play [ __ ] banjo and you near me yeah so i mean my my cousin now then uh abilene he's a deputy okay yeah and then my other one he's actually married to my cousin jennifer and jennifer um she's a probation officer out there well that's better and yeah that's a little bit better but i mean i would just i would just do what they asked me to do and that's it just to keep it simple but like to move even more further into that that can work out for you but that isn't how it is for a lot of people they're going to end up walking away with something even worse or putting into a situation to where they can end up dead because of some as police officers aren't getting the rights like you know i guess accountability put on to them right well that's the biggest thing right now is the accountability yeah yeah yeah it is and i think that's why all these rights and everything else is happening is because nobody's being held accountable and it's like well we talked about a couple podcasts a while ago was the fact that you know um they do all this stuff and you know it only takes one bad cop or whatever right but the thing is it's the turd in the freaking punch bowl scenario yeah there's one turd in the punch bowl but it ruins the whole damn punch bowl well and even beyond that the city i can throw like yeah three or four little baby roosts in there oh goodness gracious yeah so a baby took a [ __ ] in the punch bowl and a little bit of guacamole in there too we'll never look at guacamole he's going to the daycare and he's picking it up oh my god oh my god but so yeah that's i mean that's my deal is that i just do what they ask what they ask and you know just deal with the consequences and that's what i was too like it's how i am usually but i think it's a matter of like he's saying it's better to just like just shut them down like don't no no no no not even shut them down to an extent yes shut them down but like exhaust your rights but don't be an [ __ ] about it like right and don't let them walk over your rights you know because a lot of times they'll say things that are like they're getting you to give up your rights to an extent but that even sound you know in an average scenario that's a little bit extreme but it's not that extreme is definitely there right and um the main thing is just like what may seem like normal conversation is them trying to figure out another reason to cite you or another reason to search your car or yeah you know that probable cause you got to have it yeah that happened to me in fort worth yeah yeah marijuana in your car is not probable cause anymore since hemp is legal in texas fun fact that's good good to know that's good did you hear like the there was a guy that was killed um posted by six uh detention officers in allen yeah because of marijuana and then they basically said in plano plano's like you know what we're not even gonna like bother this we don't want to repeat this same scenario i'm like all right well how about the rest of the damn state yeah like plano's legal like legal legal no no no but they're just gonna they're not gonna take it to jail and do all that stuff like that they might get a ticket yeah you might get a ticket yeah it's not gonna be something where they're gonna put you in jail and you know do all well isn't it like under two grams in dallas now that they won't they won't that's a myth it matters your skin color yeah unfortunately yeah i wasn't gonna bring skin color into it but it's a real thing yeah i understand well then reverse racism isn't is another thing too because i've had that happen yeah my heart goes out to you truly yeah yeah they're leaving me speechless here kayla says uh because plano has bigger drugs to worry about that's yes absolutely they got to worry about uh heroin and everything else yeah i kind of like oregon uh lena says uh two i think oregon made the right decision two ounces or more or less i guess that's two ounces or less is we'll get you a ticket plano right well that's so technically um two ounces or less is so two misdemeanor class b uh and then after that it becomes a felony gotcha yeah and any amount of wax cart whatever it is edibles that's a felony because it's concentrated and this is your educational uh programming sponsorship i had no i had no phobia i i had no clue that was intentional save it for the podcast yeah yeah savory podcast yeah yeah okay so no no you go what well i've been talking a lot you go you go okay so uh do you have so many questions i know you two got me you two coming speechless and i'm pretty sure everybody is thinking oh my god sprouty is uh speechless oh wow okay so all right um who'd you vote for in the election what do you think i voted for you didn't vote did you i did vote you did vote who do you vote for a person that's the answer that i'm going to give as well so what that's that's my answer as well a person a person yeah i believe so at least yeah i was going to vote for a grapefruit who would you vote for a person potentially a lizard person elizabeth yeah i think they're all lizard people but yeah uh-huh yeah you know who i voted for oh i know who you voted for who you told me who you voted for i think it was do you want me to say it yeah out loud you can say it but i did i i voted for me your right arm my right arm now you're being the smartest a better smart ass than a dumbass yeah right right right right in the comments kayla says uh probably biden i'm guessing why would you guess that oh my gosh she just guessed kayla is my girlfriend your girlfriend his girlfriend his girlfriend heard her name in the podcast thank you yes oh somebody gave us an angry face oh that was kayla thanks kayla yeah talk to me about tom who's tom tom is the one that called us two [ __ ] with the mocks okay why you would want to interact with the show and it's not fact checked yeah i love that fact we fact check yeah we fact check everything all our stories and everything are double triple fact check yeah yeah trust me because i ain't trying to put out sometimes sometimes republicans we don't fact check we don't care i mean we know that you just submitted we know that we are yeah some of the stories she pulls i go and look at the domain and i go i'm like first of all it says it's a wordpress site the credibility just went out the window and it says built by wordpress yeah hey devon uh check your messages brought to you by squarespace check your messages uh tell devin to check his messages except for tater tots except for tater tots don't get me started on tater tots i had to eat some tater tots that night in your honor what did everybody do they're good they were good yeah they were yes that's a great podcast gotta run uh if you're going down uh have fun and then uh tomorrow night we'll see you at marty b's right saturday yeah marty's take it easy lina yeah okay so what does everybody think when uh you hear their tater tots what immediately comes to your mind other than tater tots sonic deliciousness sonic okay is the best thing like texas has ever brought okay wait really before whataburger isn't good it's overpriced it's overpriced it's overpriced but it is good but so sonic sonic's overpriced sonic is overpriced and it's not very good what the hell is price right then dollar menu yeah no nothing's priced yeah but but sonic i mean sonic didn't used to be overpriced no i agree ask me anything about sonic anything i don't remember i mean 1957 if i'm not mistaken somebody first oh you've been doing your research i worked at sonic for three and a half years um damn bro yeah first job all right so a sonic and two telecom companies assistant manager at all three store managers just work too much so i'm waiting for that so at least it's sonic you actually made stuff what are you making in the telecom industry people happy and resetting passwords reset passwords and fix people's problems right right that's the job well i mean you know teaching old people how to use a fingerprint scanner or face id that's huge oh that's you patrick no it's not me i know how to use all that [ __ ] yeah that's why i had to get a new phone yesterday okay no his phone was messed up yeah i see two people told you oh yeah that's right you're the one yeah i told you see what the i mean i would walk in and say hey it's me again rookie all-star says uh fact check that uh sonic comment okay rookie all-star i'll do it right now who's rookie all-star hey rookie all-star that's what you guys are for yeah google that way y'all magic hat before sonic but i don't really the magic magic 1953 pulling corn dogs out of their house all right time out product placement oh jesus that would be dr pepper y'all for the audio listeners the ones that can't visually see yeah that's true top hat drive in before sonic hey you're close on the hat thanks i was close on the year close on the top hat was it top hat drive in top hat driving that's what it was how do the hell do you go from that dumb name to sonic what you're saying that's a good one that's a good question sonic has been got me on that one i don't know my history buff don't you know your fast food history i don't know the fast food history i know all the other history okay that's true i know a lot of it so what do you think about the alamo i don't know much about the alamo you didn't remember it i was homeschooled there's blocks of history missing for me really yeah who who is the fir the very first if you ask me who the very first u.s president was i'm gonna scream at the top of my lungs because you probably don't know who that is anyway i'm not even gonna give you the pleasure of me saying it how did you get into the united states well uh there was a bag a really dark tunnel and i don't really remember much else i was three nice wow okay i was born in harris hospital in uh fort worth really nothing to do with the name though yeah harris methodist i think i worked at the hospital oh you worked there yeah volunteered in there did you uh deliver baby he was a no no he was well he was a uh when he worked there he was a candy stopper no i don't even know what do you know what the cam do you know what candy stuffers are someone enlighten me go ahead enlighten us wow okay there are candy stoppers in hospitals back in the day they used to be like uh a volunteer you know um have you seen uh if uh kiss me if you can with uh dicaprio and uh long time ago don't really remember very much of it okay um what let's see anyway they were candy stoppers okay they helped out the nurses they helped out the not the doctors i think i can guess with the information i have already what is it something to do with illegal prescription medication no okay i was wrong no yeah you were no they no they helped out they they just helped out i mean like push push people uh push people in their wheelchairs you know like they push people over right push them right out the window that's fun to do yeah but i mean that's what they were you know so i don't even know how i got on candy oh yeah i called him one uh candy striper yeah so anyway go ahead what were you saying he was born and yeah i was pouring hairs oh that's what yeah yeah and then you said and then you said i volunteered you volunteered as a candy striper no not as a candy striper your skirt and everything nope okay man in your time they had war skirts and stuff but uh my time nurses didn't wear nose actually they did in my in in my time yeah in your time not in my time i'm saying my time they didn't in my time yeah yeah do the cameras kind of just go to whoever's talking no we have a board that does that so okay board switches based on who's talking okay cool okay so me and devin will be quiet for a second and it'll switch over to y'all all they have to do is talk i don't know how to do that hey do i what do i do what do i say you're killing it there you go yeah yeah killed it for a second all right go ahead how many hours do you work in a week uh right now none okay podcast before prior i was working uh 40 hours a week 40 hours a week yeah good unfortunately the contract that i had they couldn't pay overtime and because of the budget restrictions they're like you can't do if you do any overtime we have to have it pre-approved and i'm not going that's a lot getting my little crystal ball and let me uh tell you when in the week i'm gonna be overtime yeah yeah it was it was always a a headache and plus uh we had to keep track of everything we did so as far as like in the telecom industry yeah you can only imagine oh you know what the best part is that we owned all like seven towers in downtown dallas and uh our internet sucked yeah and i'm like how are we launching 5g we i can't even get signal inside the building what the [ __ ] it's all fake it's all fake the pink one's 5g we'll just say that the pink ones 5g pink one's fine i mean the the blue company was was 5g before everybody else that's why when they like started e is [ __ ] who i don't even know they're working on seven g not six seven i was like what the [ __ ] happened to six hopped right over it like yeah we just said screw it with six we're just gonna go to seven skip it all right number seven you know yeah lucky number seven exactly should be interesting though because uh with the starlink and stuff that they uh are networking and i just saw the specs they're going to launch like 30 to 40 000 satellites and basically they're going to use lasers instead of wires to communicate because obviously light travels faster than you know through a cable um and so the need to have bases on land is going to be you know few and far between um and then of course the speed and latency and stuff because they're lower in orbit um that the latency stuff is going to be really low so it's going to be interesting because telecom is going to they're gonna have to do some catching up yeah no and that's something that i've actually been like hyper aware of ever since like the sprint t-mobile merger like they're gonna they're gonna be behind for a long like probably two or three years minimum yeah right now but um as soon as that's like really started to finalize like verizon and att are going to be behind if they don't start doing something right because they've got two networks you know yeah so uh brandon park brandon what is that pattern pattern padrin no brandon padren yeah you know brandon okay 5g cause okay listen so this time last year roughly maybe a little bit you know further back march february last year whenever they started to turn on the 5g towers they accidentally had the switch on the towers switched to covid instead of 5g as soon as they fixed that like it should have fixed everything but now it's starting to spread so well covert yeah but all because of 5g yeah yeah 5g causes coven it gets into your like cells and stuff and rearranging oh my god false fake information this is this is what my boss was telling me not to talk about and for a good reason and devon just think these two will be taking care of us as we get older i was watching a like little youtube video about that about how like elderly care is just getting more and more just down the drain down the drain oh yeah no i know i know because i mean i've always told my kids that that if i got like really sick because alzheimer's running in the family if i got really sick i always tell my kids just to just get a gun and just put a boat in my head because well that's uh that's homicide oh my god yeah just so you know that's cool you have to have a gun in your hand and then it's self-defense okay well then i can tell them that i'll put the gun in my hand yeah yeah there you go and don't leave them for if you have the gun in your hand but no yeah this is this whole story is just kind of losing it's losing its traction brandon again in the comments says i see thought you was wrong this guy knows what he's talking about referring to you hey dr harrison fauci present harrison [Laughter] okay um you said you felt bad for my generation with technology why do you say that no i didn't say with technology okay i didn't feel i didn't feel bad for y'all's generation in technology okay i feel bad in y'all's generation and my kids generation because [ __ ] is just to keep getting worse and worse and worse and worse and worse why do you think we said we didn't want kids well you know well you never did say why you just said well well that's why that's why thank you for saving it for the podcast yeah okay so i mean i get it i get one that you know y'all wouldn't want kids you know because of you you don't want to put them through the same [ __ ] that y'all are going through i get it or worse well it's well well especially with the generational just curses that everyone lives it's just it's just going to keep going unless somebody breaks the chain so like might as well give you time just to like break the chain because people just keep you know add links on instead of actually fixing things right right well i mean i'm just saying that you know i feel sorry for you know my kids y'all the the the my generation's right in the middle we say [ __ ] both y'all i don't know yeah you all get to have the good parts yeah you probably paid five cents for this house you had the chance to pay a penny for a house come on now yeah what's y'all okay because you feel bad for our generation what's your opinion on health care what's your opinion on like the government kind of coming in hour-long conversations okay on health care health care i've always looked at it i've always looked at it as okay if you want healthcare okay let me start over he's gonna say if you want healthcare don't be poor and it does nothing but you know piss you off more vain bulging [ __ ] up i see those things popping out really yeah they did while you were doing that a little bit a little bit a little bit okay so healthcare okay so healthcare thank you healthcare um i was i was raised of course i was raised in the 70s and the 80s and i was raised 18 or 19. okay [Music] okay now healthcare i always grew up did y'all use sticks was it uh combustion engines or horses did you invent the term horsepower did you make the wheels [Music] okay healthcare no i want to hear that okay healthcare healthcare always i always believed in health yeah i always believe in health but but okay with me being with me being in the same industry as long as i was and everything my thing my thing was for the people which industry if if you want it and i've taught my kids this if you want it go out and earn it that's it hold on hold on we didn't ask to live we didn't ask to live i don't need to earn the right for me to have well health because i didn't ask to live you didn't love me please okay okay you didn't let me finish okay okay you take too damn long yeah let's go i fall asleep five times already oh man i'm thinking i took four retirement naps already i respect you you're thinking about your words brandon i'm thinking about my words and how to put them of course okay okay you're gonna be a counselor so you i know like you know this is just working with special people [Laughter] brandon says health care is a human right i agree with you brandon nice to meet you and i was getting i i and i was getting to that some things have changed something has changed since i mean since i started thinking that to now yeah you know what i'm saying that okay well yeah maybe we need universal healthcare maybe we need that you know and all that and and and keep every try to keep everybody healthy but but the the the insurance companies they don't give a [ __ ] right they really don't well and that's the best that's the reason and that's the thing is that i mean the first thing you you walk into a hospital you walk into the er or something like that and first of all do you have insurance okay well that'll classify you as you know okay well this guy okay well uh are they where he doesn't have insurance so we're gonna put him at the back of the line even though that he's having a heart attack yeah you know but of course with me i have i have insurance right now so i'm at the front of the line but with with my with my health issues i'm always at the front of the line right you know what i'm saying because i have because you know i've i've had i've had the heart attack i've had the you know the hardcore anxiety and all that right but with people that in texas they if you're having a life-threatening emergency the hospitals can't turn you away right it's against it's against the law the law yeah but that check afterwards is going to put you even to more of a debt and into more of that and that's like and technically technically if you're in debt with hospital bills and everything like that and they try to put it on your credit report they can't or if they do here's super they can't get off they can't do that they they can't do that they can't believe it because there's a loophole they can send it to a collection agency yep in a collection agency there but then when you dispute it ninety-nine percent of the time it gets it falls off because it because it goes it goes all the way it goes back to hipaa right you know what i'm saying yeah yeah go ahead go ahead prove it fight it yeah you're asking me to prove it no i'm talking about the health care the i mean um collections oh yeah yeah yeah yeah they're going to because because they have to prove their case can i respond to one of the comments yeah go ahead uh kayla said yes but you're living so contribute like others but not everybody has the physical and or mental capacity to do so and that's one of the main reasons why healthcare should be seen as a human right rather than something you work for yeah i agree with that and plus just with like the mental health crisis in general like up until quite recently mental health was not even really considered as like a thing that people should like have a right to be like like prescribed and like treated so there's all these people that's contributing to you know the homeless population and there's these the crazies and like or whatever else the crazies when really they just need a place to go that's actually going to treat them like a human being and treat them with like some kind of sense of like you could contribute to the society you're not gone because they are just cast away as you're just gone to a certain extent your age too matters if you're older elderly they're just like ah they had a good life we'll just kind of put them into the wayside you know i think and i think for the main part it is like because i like agree with you to where it's like especially if you have some kind of like you know underlying health concern like my dad got a liver transplant the reason he was able to do that was because like because of his condition he was skyrocketed to the top but there she just needs to be more resources so we're not spread thin that's the issue is that we are spread thin there needs to be more money there needs to be more people there needs to be more locations so to the money aspect there needs to be less money there needs to be less concern of the big people making money the biggest and this is something that none of y'all have hit on and this is the most important factor there needs to be regulation on the cost structure exactly because that's where the rich are getting richer because they know oh well i can just jack the price of an epipen to two thousand dollars a pin and only the rich they'll be able to afford it or people with really super high health care uh premiums and everything else but guess what else that creates the health care plan and everything else to go expensive to pay for that super expensive happy pin it's all it's all relative if you regulate the price then the price of the overall health care and everything else the price the doctor the price of everything else goes down the problem is there's no [ __ ] regulation right there's nobody regulating the prices on anything i should be able to get if i have um achilles rupture which is what i had if i if i go to uh harris since you brought that up right that price should be the same as if i went to presbyterian over there yep and then it should be the same as if i went to denton regional or whatever it is this week um yeah yeah oh even then i feel like maybe even just price gouging yeah where it's like some people like i think and then like that can get very sticky it's like price gouging towards if you're in a certain like you know what's the pay frame like you should be like paying a certain amount if you're in certain pay frame over here you should be paying a certain amount and just kind of match it it's like taxes but you know how taxes should be right right right kayla says not the poor or the wealthy that suffer it's the medians well that's true because the poor actually it's the middle class that suffers yeah the middle class suffers yeah which is the majority it is every yeah everybody suffers in a relative manner well yeah everybody does but i mean jet this weekend yeah exactly i'm gonna buy one this weekend well you worked in the airline industry you have connects matchbox yeah matchbox hey if you guys ever see any hot wheels miatas i need it i would never i i would never buy a jet i'm gonna i don't freaking name one now right i'll just hop on southwest it's a whole lot cheaper american you don't like spirit yeah like spirit i've never been on spirit i've been on spirit i think i've only been on southwest actually and i've only been once yeah but did you die well how how was your experience with the southwest yeah i slept most of it good it's the best time yeah turbulence puts me to sleep i like that it was just from here to colorado too i haven't traveled them that much so that was about what hour 20 two hours i think two really i think so two hours to i think so i'm not sure you went to denver to denver yeah yeah yeah because that's all well actually they go to colorado springs and steamboat now so they just keep adding and adding and adding so i now have no more comments about southwest in fairness kayla no europe i have a lot different you're in the health field we agree the median is the one that suffers or the middle class is the one that suffers the poor obviously they have uh they can get it for free and then the rich obviously they can afford it yeah so we're we're in agreement so i don't know where you're getting this uh guess my opinion is different yeah if kim is here like to see your opinion if kim was here she was here earlier how was she yeah and if uh kimberly's here i'd like to see uh her opinion on that too it's uh switchel so what the hell is that it's really good so it's um you can witches or gnomes provide it yeah because that's what it tastes like that's why it's here uh switchel you can make it with apple cider vinegar and like honey and some fruit and then you put in a little bit of you know just whatever you want you just let it firm it in the fridge for a little bit and then you strain it oh ginger you put ginger in it no it's a culture permanent so that has alcohol on it no i don't know it's like you could like my my mom and i had my attention and then we lost it i know you can put something in it like every every day i'm like mom and we're gonna put something in this it's time put some sugar in there it'll ferment literally okay so we talked about healthcare yep talked about police police which we sort i mean we we kind of did yeah but i mean healthcare you know we talked about guns yeah did we talk about guns yeah briefly that was the beginning we started right now hey who did 911 no that's dangerous dangerous topic that is dangerous especially for him in the airline yeah no especially for me whether we talk about it on the podcast or off i'd love to hear that honestly okay what do you think get banned you'll probably get taken off yeah for real yeah you did take it off youtube oh i will say about 9 11. oh my goodness yes you know what i'm going to say glaze it like a donut just glaze over it all i'm going to say which is going to be the 20th year by the way mm-hmm this year wow 20 years i know 20 years wow wow we all even alive during 9 11. i don't remember yes you were yes oh okay yes i was like a few months old three months old i was like two or three oh yeah september my birthday is april april 1st april fool's oh oh so you're an aries doesn't explain a lot my birthday was yesterday oh urinaries yeah you thought that energy happy birthday thank you did you really yeah i was like i felt it remind me of some other areas that i know really mm-hmm thanks buddy he's fun he's a good guy okay so 911 still waiting tic toc bush ran first ran his first you're gonna say too much hold on hold on but bush ran his first four years he ran his first four years his second or his uh his second term he didn't run he didn't run the country in his second term that's that's my thoughts okay hold on hold on that's my thoughts now really i don't think i don't think that bush i don't think that bush really knew anything about 9 11. okay okay and and there's a reason for that and i'm not going to tell you the reason all i'll write it down and i'll show you and you'll understand why yep okay oh i like your band oh thank you yeah it's nice so real diamonds anyway oh yeah that's it real fake that's it real fake [Laughter] bedazzled matches my little mercedes thing on my my car cute that's it so what is your thoughts i'm not going to speak on my thoughts but i i i think we're probably in pretty similar agreements i think it's a very touchy subject streaming i will say um i find it coincidental that the day before that happened um rumsfield gets on and you can pull the video youtube i don't know if i think it's still up i think it might be still up uh he got on announced the world that there's four trillion dollars missing ah missing a lot of money i i've lost a hundred dollars but not that makes me sad four trillion that makes me even more sad and then all sudden this happens and i'm like hmm coincidence i think not there we go kim responded i was sorry driving but social media is the way to go basic human right i agree yeah i agree don't text and drive yes you better be having that voice to speak or spoil the text yeah speech to text okay so talk to me about your car talking about cars in general cars in general okay i used uh i collect a lot of cars i've had a lot of cars in my in my day and night how many i have three right now okay you only saw one yeah um i think of all the cars that i had this one is obviously the best and fastest and funnest um the land rover i will never own another land rover ever again understandable i rolled that thing over three times not a single airbag went out off how were you after that i walked away from it but i mean the car looked like an easy egg like this yeah yeah the roof that was flying speeding uh no actually when you gotta exhaust your fourth your fifth amendment right come on training you know how they always say like accidents happen within like a half mile or whatever from your house yeah it literally was like a half mile from yeah where i was staying and like the the off-road tires just barely hit the um inside of a turn and it just caused the thing um and then jeep wrangler that was an awesome vehicle but then nothing beats the catalina yeah i know i know my 1973 pontiac catalina [ __ ] brown man 1973 1973 where's it at [ __ ] i don't know oh okay i wish i still had it belongs in a junkyard no i wish i still had it what's the best sport car sports car there's only one answer yeah my mercedes sitting out there it's sports and luxury got best of both worlds you can't have the best of both worlds if it's a true sports car right yeah you can mercedes figured it out that's fair yeah it's luxury until you something breaks and then it's like you can't let's do is you get an extended warranty so what do you say what do you say what's your favorite car what would you guess my favorite cars yeah of course of course yeah it's so easy okay but wait really let me talk to you about my miata oh okay okay so it's a 1992 oh production started in 89 first model year was 90. yeah um 90 to 93 was the first iteration it was still the first generation up to uh 99 well really so it was 90 to 97 for the model year for the n a miata the first generation uh mine has the best motor in it the 1.6 liter motor shout out zach for that one um it's uh mine happens to be done by yours truly it's supercharged so a little bit quicker than uh an average miata how it should have come what is the factory uh miata way like 2200 pounds yeah so 10 horsepower on your car versus 10 horsepower additional horsepower on my car is like 10 50. yeah but then we'll talk about gear ratio and gear ratio do you know your gear ratio i final drive for him but i know it's a seven speed okay yeah so it's yeah i can haul balls no i'm sure yours no doubt in my mind would beat my miata for example in a straight line if we were on a track and this is what every miata guy says every miata guy says bring it out to a track bring it out to a track and as soon as there's some turns hook it up i will go right past you any anything out handles them so y'all go out it's a go-kart hold on go out to anus and it's a straight line is that he's talking about he's talking about road course yeah of course okay sorry he doesn't know about amg and uh patronus uh the number one and that's a harry potter spell he's the number one uh f1 racer like undefeated mercedes but okay let me ask you something top three cars mercedes just so you know how much does your mercedes have to do with an f1 mercedes though they're the same car they're this just mine's got a convertible okay okay the convertible do you have uh rollover protection yes yeah i do yeah yeah um it's pretty ingenious how they did it so they didn't want to have an a-frame uh-huh like most uh convertibles have an a-frame right uh my 300 zx that i have downstairs you have a 300 cx see i told you i was like he's going to be interested in my other car yeah stop the podcast we're looking at the trampolines grab the vlogging camera can i tell them the price yeah go ahead i forgot what price it was can i tell them i forgot you can get it out of my damn garage so that i can actually use my garage um i'd sell for 2 500 bucks right oh yeah i was going to say 3 000 but yeah i'm just like i'm just yeah i've had over 350 responses i've listed it pulled it listen pulled it just can't let it go well no it's just people oh people flake like crazy yeah car industry or car community is just so fresh flake flake flake yeah um oh kayla says i can talk cars yes you can that's one thing i love about you oh she says the uh camaro 2ss i think it's just a camaro ss isn't it no it's uh is there a 2ss i'm not very familiar with this camaro 2 liter it's got a whole bunch of bells and whistles and stuff too it's one step below the ltz i believe which is the corvette yeah it's basically a detuned corvette engine which basically my car is a detuned one of the higher end amgs and stuff right why they sell it at a lower rate but then you go tune it get a stage two and it's open back up what'd you say no babe i had one i don't know but yeah anyway the uh three hundred dollars yeah it normally does that sometimes as long as that's not what the viewers did i see something about a billion people hacked on facebook yeah did that happen it was iphone users yeah what the [ __ ] i haven't had a chance to follow the story or anything but it was it was like eight 500 million the other day but now they're saying it's over a billion people yeah yeah i don't like going they have access to you know how everything's linked to facebook yeah they have access to all that yeah it's just real like this [ __ ] they should go down on a [ __ ] fiery inferno all right well you know what we can bring uh myspace back i'm down with myspace myspace was fun my space was fun i liked my space and the custom customization you could do whereas facebook's the same [ __ ] yeah i know i mean you can play music on facebook i mean on uh myspace well yeah he had band pages and stuff like that oh yeah i mean you technically do on facebook but there's no yeah but an interactive like aspect of it i'm sure yeah but i mean facebook is like monitored by you know zuckerberg well not owned by i know he's operated he was sued i remember that oh yeah yeah well who was sued zuckerberg by the winkle bosses the wiggle vosses yeah 75 million that sounds like a villain that sounds like a villain it does so does zuckerberg yeah zuckerberg is a villain you hear that suck there is no good guy i'll start calling you zuck all right so you won't mind yeah you will he'll probably like block me on everything now so what's your uh social media preference facebook is it yeah but i'm biased towards facebook because when facebook started was when i was first getting into social media you know yeah um i i've got a lot of experience like managing like facebook pages and whatnot um look up actually don't i'm not going to say the name of the page right now but i've got a doctor who fan page with 70 000 followers wow thing that i made when i was like 14 so almost 10 years 14 or 16 i don't remember for sure yeah but oh yeah a lot of that's kind of what got me into web design and stuff was one of my uh the girl i was dating her brother was like 13 or 14 and he built this entire website and i was like dude you did what he's like yeah i built this check it out i was like how the hell do you know how to do this internet bro yeah yeah yeah yeah see i'm right in between those two age groups you know what i mean it's like it's crazy see all the [ __ ] getting one thing that i can like i can say for certain i will hear almo any day that i have at least five customers at work and sometimes it's slow that doesn't happen but any day that i have at least five customers at work probably three out of five of them will apologize for not knowing better you know for they'll apologize for having to come into the store and talk to us you know and it's sometimes it's really simple easy stuff to me yeah usually it is sometimes it's really simple easy stuff to everybody like literally just turning the phone back on was his easy stuff his was out of his hands he would have had to speak with a representative regardless and then him coming into the store to me made it for her but uh two out of the five yeah yeah and i did say i was sorry for coming in right well and that's the thing though i try to say every time every time an uh an older person because it's it's usually people 60s and up are our main clientele yeah um they'll be like i'm sorry you know and i'll tell them like dude don't worry about it like this stuff who learned yeah that's why i'm here there's stuff that you know from company and i'm gonna have a job exactly yeah um there's stuff that they did whenever they were my age that they could run circles around me on you know and a lot of that stuff could still be relevant today you know um growing up with more tools like working with your hands working with your hands yeah which i love to do yeah absolutely so yeah so uh your miata what uh what stuff have you done yourself you said you did some of it yourself or so it's naturally aspirated 1.6 liter four-cylinder uh from the factory um i have a jackson racing m45 supercharger kit on it uh it's got a standalone ecu because it's so old you can't you can't really tune the ecu you can use like piggybacks or band-aids i don't know if you're familiar with those terms um yeah with the 93 300 z they were able to run a pc and then they could go in and change everything right exactly it was the craziest yet coolest thing i've ever seen right like dude you just literally shut down an entire cylinder like that exactly awesome yeah and um i'm relatively capable with like the tuning part but if i'm doing like a big modification i'm contacting my tuner you know um but yeah beyond that it's like full bolt-ons and stuff so that's cool suspension tires things like that um of course an exhaust i tried to do something relatively quiet too so you can still hear the wine from the supercharger yeah which is the best sound on the planet any superchargers wine i don't know blow off valve on a turbo it's good it's good too it's good yeah that's one thing i'm kind of pissed off that they don't have but everything i've read with the with the mercedes is that the way the turbo system works is that the one spools the other right so instead of a blow-off valve which releases it's a recirculating valve yeah it's recirculating so that way you don't ever have boost lag it's just instant it's as right as you want it it's like boom it's there in your face right right so i was like well that's the benefit of twin turbo yeah i want to have the i want to have the sound kind of cool i've thought a lot about uh because a supercharger has a lot more of a cap than a turbo does um for example with a supercharger if you want to run more boost it's not just changing some settings in the software it's changing physical hardware like the pulleys so it's different ratios and whatnot um so i've thought about going to a turbocharger since it's now been demoted from daily driver promoted to race car you know um so yeah i think that's gonna be the next step is turbocharging it and running 14 pounds until the engine blows yeah and then eventually building a motor and running 20 pounds you know just ridiculous stuff but yeah that's the way i mean turbos is and it's funny because a lot of manufacturers and stuff just stayed away from turbos for years for a long time yeah gm was really big on superchargers but they didn't really mess with turbos which i find ironic you know that mercedes and a couple of these other manufacturers have been running turbos for years right that's a big thing in american cars is a supercharger on a v8 uh charger on a four cylinder you know if either one right um it's not often the other way around where it's a supercharger on a four-cylinder for example in my case and turbochargers on a v8 you know steers a front-wheel drive rear wheel drive rear-wheel drive of course yeah i was gonna say you'd be eating some tires front wheels so my parents had a pontiac grand prix gtp uh-huh so it had a six-cylinder but it had the supercharger on it mm-hmm and that thing those are fantastic front-wheel drive oh dude i used to take that thing it was a sleeper i took it yeah street races and mom and dad if you're listening uh turn off your headphones mute the audio you go go get a glass of water so i used to take that to uh the street races and uh it we oh my god it was so funny and it got to the point where like i tried to race like uh there was a rx7 uh which i love those love they are exciting um dude i've already seen your race he's like i ain't racing he's like i'm not playing with it he goes i'm not i've already seen you tear up a corvette i was like all right fair enough i was like [ __ ] and it was funny because i had a trailer hitch on the back too yeah like what kind of car are you thinking taking out to the street racing right trailer hits and whoop your ass oh yeah that was i love those little sleeper type cars so brandon my buddy yeah yeah my friend boy uh he asked about what about social media and censorship sorry i didn't mean to change this no no i think it's good he asked that why y'all were talking about that so what do you think what do you think about social yeah it's hard to get these comments in because by the time we get about something like it's like then we're we're on something else already and then yeah it's sorry no so censorship in uh social media right i'd like to hear somebody else touch on it first oh my god let's see you touch on it devin i feel like you've got opinions on it yeah i definitely do i think it's uh i mean i told you about the whole youtube thing right oh actually no i don't think i even i thought so we we had a shoot this morning um and i was talking to um what is tommy's like what the producer actor writer writer director he's everything yeah he's everything he's everything in his stuff he was the one that did the voiceover in the in the very beginning so we just did it because we're like hey and he you know we had a script and everything i was like no don't do the script like make it your own like just have fun with it so he and he knew about the podcast and everything else but um yeah he was uh i was telling him about how the beginning of our intro we have a music bed in there right that we own the rights to we paid for it and everything else well every time we play it on youtube they [ __ ] flag it really every time and so i have to go through all the different [ __ ] steps to get it on show them the license right and i'm like does it sound like another song is it like umg competition they say it's flagged because of so and so um which is the same exact license and everything we have so i give them the license to purchase date and the artist and all that sort of [ __ ] show them that we paid it and but i have to do this every [ __ ] time and with eight platforms uh i have to do it at least three times for each podcast so it just it gets and i told them the last time i go look if i have to send you another [ __ ] email because you guys can't get your heads out of your asses and y'all can't figure out to put that license into a database and tie it to the music bed so that when it flags it reads that the database has a license on file and you can't figure that [ __ ] out the [ __ ] is wrong with you youtube yeah i heard youtube is like really just like restricting and constricting in general like it's just very it's like imploding i think yeah like it's i've seen so many podcasters one of the guys i follow um philip defranco uh you know i've been following him since he was like a boy a boy yeah and had like 30 followers and you know of course he got hired by disney and he's done you know huge things but he's having the same issues with certain stories he talks about that are getting demonetized getting flagged and all this and he's like he's he's frustrated as hell with right with them as well i mean he's having to do it i think every content creator is yeah yeah it's just like ah it's it's horrible like the the restrictions and [ __ ] and even like in our case where we actually hold the license and but yet it's still happening yeah and it's still happening and because it's an automated system that's doing it exactly yeah i mean yeah if if you get flagged once you know what i mean they should they keep doing it i know but it should be the other way around right it's like if it was resolved the first time then why are we still doing this over and over and over and over again yeah so i told myself my letter said hey every time you do this 150 an hour and i go if it takes you longer than an hour guess what you're [ __ ] paying for it so i was like here's your documentation your legal documentation you've been served yeah any every time you do this afterwards this is like damn near like harassment right okay but let me ask you do you think that your attorney can beat youtube attorneys yeah okay i'd like to see it that's the sad part about it [ __ ] good lawyers especially when it comes to ip and intellectual property and right business yeah yep but i know youtube's got [ __ ] deep pockets and they'll just [ __ ] go away yeah kind of circling back a little bit um i think um when i read censorship i'm thinking like uh i'm trying to think like what can i touch on without well there's content censorship there's and then like freedom of speech censorship right i imagine that's probably what the question pertained to oh in terms of like kicking people off social medias right yeah right right are you talking about twitter twitter talking about okay parlor yeah those so go ahead go ahead no started no go ahead i want to see what other people think you already heard what i said well that was about youtube media censorship if you're invoking violence i think that you should be taken off right right that's covered under the first amendment right if it's an if it incites violence or in like just false well i mean that's just common sense right you would think you would think yeah yeah it's common sense i think they they should be allowed to speak unless it's hate speech or something that violates any of their constitutional rights or anything like that um but i think that if i absolutely agree yeah if it's hate speech or something like that then obviously it needs to be that [ __ ] needs to be flagged yeah that [ __ ] needs to be absolutely and that's what pisses me off about all these things that have happened um you know shootings and school shootings where they said oh well we knew about this mother he how you knew about this well i'm talking about it yeah they're 13 year old yeah and that's my whole point it's like you knew this you saw the social media you saw the patterns you saw like with the nsa and all this stuff going on like why the hell didn't you do anything you know what i mean you have the evidence because the only reason they're tracking us is so that they can advertise stuff to us that's all they care about you know i was in the advertising arm of like i did how do you feel do you sleep at night did you watch social media i will say this oh yeah i'm in the data field so i i trust me i could tell you some stuff to blow your [ __ ] mind [Laughter] let's just say yeah okay so let me just put it this way i'll i'm gonna play the good side of it first and then we'll play the bad side of it play the bad side first twist it up all right so the bad side is is um the powers to be know everything you're doing when you're doing it where you're doing it how often you're doing it and based on those patterns because they can basically use that to forecast what your next moves are where you are going to go what you're going to go do next and all that sort of stuff we can predict you know based on all of the algorithms and everything else right um like how long you look at an ad or even if you're talking you're looking at your phone you're talking to somebody well the ads are served to basically it's called audience segmentation so we as ad service we're looking for um ads that are specific to you so if you two are watching the same show i want to serve you ads that are gear get you know generated and geared towards you and then i'm going to send you ads that are geared towards you so if you're all watching the same program on your phones you're going to get a completely different ad than she is which in theory like cool like give me ads that actually i give a [ __ ] about don't give me tampons and this that and the other that i don't give a [ __ ] right right but on the same on the same side i don't want to be told what to think you know and that's telling you to an extent though if that's all you're seeing if all you're seeing is shaving commercials or something like that you might if you see 10 shaving commercials over the next week you're more likely to shave your beard you know yeah little things like that but unless they have the good audience segmentation that knows that you're growing a beard and then they say well no he needs beer he needs the right beard club or something then again it flips on the other side i bet you i bet you i get an ad for it oh yeah guarantee it and then also the thing about that where it's like it's hard to argue with people who have been giving false information who have been living a false narrative because of things like that we're all truly just in our own little world here's what i say you can't argue with stupid you know i mean you can't argue with you know ignorance no right and that's why i see a lot of people on my facebook page and i'm just like going do you really do you really believe that [ __ ] that you have you fact checked yourself right think before you type yeah and that's oh my god and the problem is is that when people get into that mindset then everybody else kind of latches on and then everything that they say is like gospel and then they create a following of like-minded people that are completely misinformed right you know i'm just a certain person comes into mind but he was our faithful leader [Laughter] who who you think this is an owl who tried to run and lost who's it three times third time all right okay i know who it is enlighten us everybody in the room nope i'm not no we don't want to um get banned no we don't we don't want to happen we don't want to oh yeah kayla says this is the point of the cast voice it yeah all right uh tell us about 2020's biggest loser i already did point 2020's biggest loser who who's in 2021 who's that and 2024. yeah go ahead and throw that out there no he's going to 20 24 i think 2024 is going to be i think it's i think uh candace owens is going to throw her hat and ring the rock bro it's a rock that's what i was about to ask like what's your opinion about the rock though the rock all day okay before we get into the rock all day i forgot about dwayne johnson yeah the problem with the rock the problem with the rock running for president what is that is why do you say the rock all day because that's what that's how that's how the biggest loser of 2020 everybody's like because because he's not a politician yeah that worked out well that worked out so well yeah yeah velvet variance fuel rising but see yikes oh my god anyway uh squirrel yeah what was i gonna say the rock the rock dwayne johnson running you said you forgot about him running oh yeah i forgot about him running damn do i have to tell you i love that kayla she said i did his teeth he would be the best president with the best teeth yeah because you did them oh cool we do my teeth i have some cavities i don't have health insurance his mouth was like this big i was like i can tell who that is just by looking at his mouth without even having to see this part yeah [Laughter] and there's there's that one about the chicago about the chicago uh police killing a 13 year old oh yeah he lied about armed with the weapon but he technically did have a weapon he just dropped it really yeah i didn't see that they showed a security camera from yeah that's what they're showing is that what they're showing right now right here there it is uh sorry audience i know y'all can't see that but there's one the 13 year old that was uh shot lit up in chicago for uh and then the police said in the police report that he uh had a weapon but he had dropped it before he got shot he dropped it behind the fence right yeah okay what was i going to say uh god president rock you forgot about it okay so dwayne johnson and candace owens for 24. yeah do you think dwayne would be is he a republican or a democrat i don't know he's independent he's independent i think he's independent i think mcconaughey is independent too [ __ ] i'll vote for both of them hell yeah i would too mcconaughey for governor everything will be all right all right i just want to hear him speak all right ladies and gentlemen ladies and gentlemen we're gonna go ahead and all right all right all right all right all right all right okay okay if uh we're gonna say yeah if uh joe biden wasn't in the democratic presidential uh nominee and donald trump was not the republican presidential nominee who would you want it to be for 2020 um that were candidates out of people that were candidates i don't even think there was any that were i don't think there was anybody i don't think you i don't think anybody was for uh republican i like yeah nobody ran as for a republican right nobody else nobody did it was all okay let's go back to 2016 then from who's all trump oh let me get my magic time machine okay we could we could fix some things you know what at one time honestly at one time i did like mitt romney really yeah at one time yeah now i don't is it because he doesn't like daddy trump no that's not it i've seen i've seen him do i've seen him do some stuff that i just no now bernie uh i have to admit sorry my republican friends um i like what some of the stuff he represents and i like i like some of his stuff i like some of bernie's stuff um and that's uh basically it i didn't like anybody else i i don't feel like he would have gotten much done himself but his influence would have yeah like i don't think his policies would have gone through but he's fighting for some policies now right right so he's got the influence of stuff now and the whole caveat was why people didn't want to vote for him because they thought he was going to die before he [ __ ] finished the office but yeah but look who's in there now but baden but baden is if he dies before he finishes i'm not going to finish that because harris killed him right oh oh no comment because so what do you think about uh outboard remember okay if al gore had tried as hard as donald trump right to win the presidency he would have won the presidency i think the world would have been obviously a lot different a lot different i would have already had electric cars yeah absolutely now we're going to wait 20 years to [ __ ] get them it'll be like are you saying are you going back to the election of 2000 or i don't forget what year that was i think it was 2000 yeah are you going back to the election of bush and gore or are you going to 2016. i think he ran again didn't he no he didn't run again was it just bush and gore it was harris yeah well it was bush and gore in 2020. remember the lockbox in florida and all that [ __ ] no i don't know the lock box was locked box uh the put the ballot in the box and people were taking out the gore's bar or taking out the boxes that say gore's name on it or whatever was that in florida i think so and it was probably in florida yeah everything everything happens yeah any type of [ __ ] happens in florida yeah we look up florida man and any any word and you'll find a news headline for you yeah we're some weirdos yeah florida but no uh zombies almost you all actually they did because they had their uh they had that one dude eat basalts yeah was that was that in miami that was florida yeah well yeah that was florida but was it miami or was it where was it i don't remember where okay somewhere in [ __ ] florida and so yeah city is it relevant no it's not relevant i mean i would think that it would be in miami or jacksonville or somewhere like that but yeah yeah maybe even tampa i don't know but no gore was with gore it was gore and bush and 20. so are you talk are you talking about um in 2016 i don't think 9 11 would have happened if gore would have been president honestly do we think that we'd be smoking blunts right now of course president probably yeah probably been legal yeah been different different time different place okay so i don't know i think we should do a movie about it so here we go so here's the deal all right here's the deal wasn't there somebody that was doing that he was doing that all the time here's the deal oh it was it was biden the snl presidential debates were better than the actual ones by far ooh jim carrey's joe biden was so [ __ ] hilarious oh man those are some of the best kids they i'm so glad that they did that because i was like man snl had like died off for like the longest i think they got as many views as the actual debate probably somebody back check that out i was gonna say i think they might have gotten more because it was hilarious yeah they did especially year to date i guarantee that probably yeah right well yeah whatever kimberly says the year of the hanging chads miami-dade so i'm guessing it happened miami-dade florida well no she looks like it looks like she replied to kayla about the um to the 2ss or something like that why the 2ss the camaro or something i don't think you're looking at the right things i'm looking at timestamp 9 13 p.m i'm not gonna say anything more on the subject but to uh avoid incriminating myself but i saw an officer in louisville with ss boltz tattooed on his arm what really called him a [ __ ] too really wow oh she said no the campaign oh okay all right yeah yeah yeah i get that now the uh election of 2020. i mean uh the election of 2000 that's what she was saying yeah yeah it was in miami gotcha yeah so what's florida that [ __ ] up yeah florida's as usual you all like um regular fries or sweet potato fries oh it depends on sauce that's okay is sauce is mayo ketchup a good good fry sauce french fries or sweet potato french fries no no he likes amazing ketchup i like it today i thought of you and i would have caught a cheese would have been better oh wrong would have been so much better that's absolutely wrong nope there's some things that people can agree on but that's just wrong no no i didn't even answer the question oh yeah what's uh i guess depends on the sauce okay kayla says uh that's for crawfish the ketchup and uh mayonnaise you forgot the tabasco though kayla yeah gotta have together yeah you gotta throw tabasco and how's everybody feel about spicy food what's your definition of spicy food spicy how spicy spicy uh i finished the four horsemen challenge okay on man vs food in san antonio okay there's a youtube video go check it out i gotta check it out oh my god and i was like i live streamed it so i was like i can't beat you you can't [ __ ] out no not when people are watching from all over the united states watching this [ __ ] right they're like cheering me on and i'm like i have a challenge for you and it's a food challenge and i'll complete it with you the hell burger from rooster's roadhouse here in denton or decatur done i've already done burger challenge the hellburger what's that what's the hell burger what's in the hell burger spicy that tells me nothing you have to sign a waiver that's the same here spicy but nobody would even sit in the table surrounded yeah no absolutely when they cooked it they were gas masks yeah and they covered i think it's similar for this yeah yeah and they give you plastic gloves to eat them up i'm like wait a minute you're wearing like holed up brother my [ __ ] skin but i'm eating this i'm putting this did it burn you from the inside out i literally no [ __ ] i didn't eat for two days yeah and i thought i was gonna have the worst i'm like going i'm not looking for the bathroom i'm not looking for it if they burn you just gotta hold it as long as you can so it mixes with other stuff or something but yeah you would have been in there an hour and a half i had down a bottle an entire big bottle of pepto-bismol i've never drank oh my [ __ ] in my life and i'm literally like i didn't drink it all once mind you right i was sipping i think my one of my earliest memories sides were fighting yeah and i'm live here right thank you like oh no it was all the way it was all yeah yeah and i'm like going i can't do [ __ ] about this one of my oldest memories was a memory of my mom handing me an apple juice juice box uh-huh and the straw was stuck in some pepto-bismol i was [ __ ] pissed i was so mad i was so mad i wouldn't take it otherwise it was some kind of medicine that tasted like that i don't know if it was pepto-bismol but yeah yeah well it tastes like chalk basically but the pink flavor you know what i'm talking about the flavor frothy it's like frothy yes [Applause] maybe if it was cold it'd be better i think strawberry my grandfather my grandfather always thought that pepto-bismol just cured everything i think kayla lived on pepto seriously i mean yeah you're you know when it was when i uh i was nine years old and i got uh food poisoning on my birthday yeah and i remember that wow and i mean it was rough man and uh kathy was kathy took care of me until mom and dad came down there yeah um so my grandfather gave me pepto-bismol at nine and didn't work yeah he goes well give him some more it'll work some more well it didn't work the first time finish the bottle yeah just get some ginger ale bro just ginger ale no you can't kill gingers i i'll live up i'm not real you better watch out i'm feeling a cough coming hey never mind that's hilarious kayla said my mom used to hide it from me used to hide the pepto bismol for me she said i loved it as a kid kayla said i was like are you really my mom would have to counseling [Laughter] cough syrup cough syrup is the worst thing i loved cough syrup honestly it's got a lot what's wrong with it got a lot of alcohol in it it's got some other things in it too yeah robitussin robitussin has all alcohol dextromethorphan yeah i think i said that right yeah pretty sure i think so it sounds legit yeah it does how do you say the a version of tylenol acetaminophen yeah acetaminophen acetaminophen either yeah yeah that's either yeah either that's all i can take is um a centimetre i can't take any ibuprofen oh really yeah yeah so uh kayla and i we can do uh the liquid medicines doesn't bother us at all but can't do it none of her kids her kids literally her daughter just to get cough syrup like we had to pin her down yeah and just pour it in yeah and it was like even still she was like my fam never really did like medication like we just got we lived on a farm the farm just raised us i don't get sick i have some friends that swear that raw milk cures and prevents everything well you know they used to sell it at i think it was burris and uh you're from here right patrick yeah you remember burst yeah i i remember they used to sell actual whole milk and then they used to sell the milk what they had the little butter thing that was at the top you know what i'm talking about whatever um and then like we got it for years and years he used to love that [ __ ] and then they had they started putting a warning label on it oh really yeah i was like i don't give a [ __ ] your warning label i'll drink it anyway i know penegrin uh cures a lot of things too what is that finnergan what's that oh my gosh that's one of my favorite drugs yeah is it over the counter or prescription uh actually you have to get it in iv well i don't know obvious better than uh um what they're all dying from that like coke and stuff has been cut with and fentanyl but feminine that's what is that what you're trying to say but no no [Music] yeah i don't don't think so when you said well he said that that's what i thought okay that one and i was like going so wait what no penegrin finger grin is for uh penegrants for um um anti-nausea oh no okay yeah if zofran doesn't work then they give you uh they give you vinegar and vinegar right it burns going in for about like one or two seconds it still burns but it feels good it's like you're it's like you're instantly addicted to oh huh vinegar yeah and morphine yeah yeah haven't experienced it don't want i've been in a situation where i need to go i've i've had to experience it yeah i've i've experienced demerol and vinegar i prefer afghan black tar heroine personally [Music] well if we weren't banned before we probably will be now no but no you say that though actually like one of the reasons why i feel the legalization of all drugs in oregon is a good thing is clean medical grade morphine not necessarily harmful if you have clean needles you have a clean spot to do it you have people to watch over you let's clean drugs in general like if right clean you have regulation streets they had no regulations right so i'm i agree with you on that is if and especially now like so they're starting to talk about obviously legalizing weed marijuana and that sort of stuff but now they're also talking about cytosilobin which is you know mushrooms and stuff philosophy yeah that's it i am a firm believer that that should like that could really replace a lot of just like daily like antidepressants anxieties things like i'm in like a psychology class we had to do a critique over an article and like that was the main thing is like well it was mainly like focusing on people with trauma who have been diagnosed with like some kind of like advanced staged cancer that they were dying and had other stuff going on so they're trying to see if it would like reduce their anxiety and their stress and so they gave them like low dosages and like with every like study and circumstance there's been some kind of improvement and that's the same kind of thing with even just like lsd in general where it's like it's like a dogs have way more power than really like well in my thoughts yeah they do so i i came from the medical industry when i was in in college and and that sort of thing and 1800s or 1900s that would be i don't even remember what year no that's me man two thousand roaring twenties last ones or these ones uh it was two thousand so uh and i worked for two one of the largest in texas and then the other one was a so i worked for two different companies okay one was one of the largest medical providers in texas the other one was uh injections and diagnostic that's their specialty but the reason why i left and as i can't do this anymore um because i was a marketing director for them at like literally still in college right i beat out people that um had phds and masters and all that sort of stuff for this job it was really high-end but i was impressive thank you um and i had a whole team and everything of of marketing and sales and um and i just i couldn't do it because i realized like one day i showed up the office and they're like well yeah see that person up there and i'm like yeah like yeah we're gonna make 275 thousand dollars off that person like see that person over there like we're gonna make about 180 000 i'm like going so everybody in here has a [ __ ] price on their head and like you don't look at these people that's sales in general though and it's kind of disgusting it is and i was like dude i feel like i'm selling my soul to the devil yeah and so like i literally left there and went to the exact polar opposite of there which i managed six different gnc's um which is you know herbal you know um supplements and that sort of stuff and man i got dude i was 215 pounds solid [ __ ] muscle um oh we got comments coming in yeah can i respond to kayla's uh hold on yeah uh more access to proper drug education i agree he says uh less opiate overdoses yes right could be monitored and regulated um and then kayla says i had someone very dear to me die of drugs therefore not a fan of making all drugs legal i feel like making all drugs legally i i guess building on that a little bit more than i did was is kind of key to the subject um making all drugs legal to where you can get help instead of being concerned about being punished right right arrested right failed in that sort of can help prevent a lot of and then instead of punishment is what exactly saying and i agree to that extent too if he would have had somebody to treat him and somebody to help him versus somebody that's going to punish him because of the addiction and everything else i mean that's that's where this whole society and everything even look in the law enforcement you look at the medical industry the whole [ __ ] industry all all of it needs to be overhauled it's all [ __ ] it's [ __ ] you know what's really sad is and i hate so when i was uh in real estate i had this uh this she was a double major um what is the highest the highest honor you can get um valedictorian uh yeah yeah yeah uh double valedictorian and um and super smart right and she would always be like well why are you reading why are you reinventing the wheel and i'm like and and i just you know i just like oh yeah you're right you know i shouldn't do that and i just go on carry on right going like what you said earlier about just adding on adding on never really fixing it to begin with so you're adding on more [ __ ] to something that's already sucks and something's already shitty um so i always like that statement bothered me and then as i got older i was like well who the hell says the wheels the best invention who the hell is saying that's the best way look at maglev there's no wheels flying cars well flying around that don't exist okay we're trying that's why we're trying not yet but see the thing with the maglev is it's never touching the ground whereas flying anything is gonna have to touch the ground at some point yeah maglev doesn't so that just goes to show the creed and so yeah that that mentality and that thought process of you know if it ain't broke don't fix it type of thing but what if it was broke you just didn't realize it's broke you just kept on its business as usual and you kept on doing the same thing because yeah that's the only thing you knew yep and that's a lot of yeah a lot of what we live day to day is that yeah and and that's to me i'm i've always been the type of person that was like well let's do it right the first time so we're not having to redo it 55 000 times yeah or we're not adding on to something that's already failing um what we got here uh kayla says i agree but you have to want to you have to want help to get help to an extent but at the same time if um if it's treatment rather than punishment you're more liable to get help even if you don't think you need it you don't want it then otherwise and also the people that are administering it to you they're helping you they're right they're giving you the dosage enough to get you past the withdrawals and all that sort of stuff but they're not giving you to the overdose point to where you don't know how much you're ingesting and you don't know the quality and the consistency of it and that's why you overdose because you don't have regulation right so once again you don't have any control you don't have it's laced or it's laced you don't know what that's one of the most common things is it overdoses whenever fentanyl is laced that was getting all going back to that i mean there could be that that's one of the things that's been going around a lot um especially here in mexico uh coming into you know the united states is stuff that's laced with fentanyl so brandon says making safe havens accessible to the people who need it to provide harm reduction care we are playing grabbing our hand we'll keep our clothes on yeah not until we're streaming to pornhub yeah okay only fans probably fans okay okay i have something right yeah okay nicotine uh-huh have you ever nicotine is a hell of a drug yeah nicotine is a healthy absorption of a drug okay so have you ever had i i don't know if any of y'all had a uh ever had a uh nicotine withdrawal yeah absolutely you have yeah i quit from i've smoked cigarettes from 13 until vaping was a thing yeah uh oh i want to go i would have got my ass kicked i was trying to make myself look cool in front of my brother and his friend yeah um and now we're here but um last year i at the start of the covent pandemic up until this january i was nicotine free for the first time since i was 12. good and plan to go back towards that soon but i need yeah let's do it so that's the biggest thing is just do it you know so if you had a nicotine withdrawal how did you feel anxious stressed um less in control okay i would say um i mean even this podcast had probably hit this 10 15 20 times yeah you probably have i was gonna say we've seen it yeah we seen that it looked cool on camera uh earlier today when we did the fog machine yeah no [ __ ] no but okay i had a um i quit and i had a nicotine withdrawal and when i had the withdrawal my whole body went numb i never had a serious withdrawal like that well it did i don't want to say it went all numb but you know how you know how your foot goes to sleep and you get the needles a little bit like that yeah like that um and everything so it i mean it's like it just went started started in my foot or in my feet and then we just went straight up my whole body right so my whole body was like that that sounds like it might be a lack of insulin well no i am pre-diabetic but really but i mean this this happened i mean this happened like 20 years ago yeah this happened like 20 years ago so anyway that i mean i was just wondering if you had to ever have a nicotine withdrawal but less physical more mental i think in my scenarios with it um when do you find yourself uh wanting to smoke the most that's the main issue with vaping is that you can usually do it whenever like i couldn't light up a cigarette right now but you don't mind the vape yeah so that's the issue is that it's a constant thing um it's kind of the mentality of why people don't buy uh cartons of cigarettes because they they have it readily accessible then they'll smoke more exactly and if they don't have it you know what i mean so then you make it to where it like tastes nice and then it feels good when it goes in like then there you go then you're like ah it's a treat ooh candy candy that's what like my friends used to say would you joke be like it's my coffee and my vape that's my lunch and i'm like that's no not okay not at all no it's not it's not at all one of the the the main way beyond just not working for the initial three weeks of the pandemic that was why i basically what happened was we'd gone on a trip right before everything was shut down day we got back was the day that everything got shut down and uh i left my vape at her house and i was like [ __ ] it let's leave it there i got some nicotine gum and went from there and the biggest thing was honestly the oral fixation having something going that sounds so awkward yeah yeah it was the best thing i'm just going to go all the way in with it and just say exactly what i was going to say yeah it's this right here so you could right so you could have went somewhere and got like hey kayla time stamp that i actually had a whole art like project that was called oral fixation where i made like zines and then i made a book like off of oral fixation you should explain what a zine is does anybody know what a zine is what is the scene no it's not a [ __ ] clue it's like a comic book but it's just like a little like pamphlet and you can put all your art into it and you can distribute to where it's like super easy and it's supposed to just be like very kind of underground but like you know like what is the word for it that's an m it's what don't worry about it i was sorry i thought i was trying to remember a word it's like momentary or something so what helped me a little bit was i had cinnamon sticks yeah yeah that that helped i think i think with vaping as opposed to smoking um and fun fact i've been a part of a lot of vaping related studies people who vape and smoke because at the time i vaped and i smoked cigarettes when i was going to the bar all the time um but mostly i've done a lot of studies for like vaping in particular and the main issue with vaping is just the nicotine raising your blood pressure hypertension etc but um the big thing with vaping versus cigarettes is the flavor so i think that's why nicotine gum worked better than say patches or any of the other alternatives was that there was still a flavor every time i was getting that nick buzz you know yeah but the nicotine gum it tastes like six month old spearmint gum one thing i figured out really quickly was um different brands made a huge impact and making sure that you weren't like i thought okay let's do four milligrams because i vape a lot you know um but that was just way too much as soon as i switched to the two way easier so just making sure you have the right dosage and a flavor that you like was one of the biggest things and i bought other normal packs of gum to mix in with it you know to kind of slowly wean myself off i think i'm gonna pick up a pack of nicotine gum and some some five gum when i leave here yeah get some uh get some spearmint gum yeah whatever yeah get it going uh let's see kayla says there's eight times more 13 in some cases than cigarettes she said right it was on dr phil today there's a uh well i'm glad i know what you watched today dr phil dr phil i would say the biggest thing i learned being involved in a lot of vaping studies from nationwide things to even just my doctor testing my lung capacity um before after during with all of those um i think the biggest thing is there's a huge amount of misinformation with vaping and it's not the end-all-be-all safe way to ingest nicotine but it's not as dangerous as a lot of people would have what about popcorn lung that's not a thing at all yeah not a thing at all i don't i'm not even going to touch on that one but you're talking about misinformation right right um i think i i think i'd be i think in the past i would have been able to touch on that better than i could now i don't think i'm i don't think the information is fresh enough for me to properly educate on popcorn lung okay but um okay any more questions patrick nope how do you like your answers that's fine yeah it's good that's good it's all right all right all right all right all right all right all right it's only five he says what three right it says three yeah all right all right all right [Music] it's the last one you gotta yeah yep have you guys seen uh borat too yes wait unbelievable yes that was good unbelievable who is america is amazing i was turned on to these very very recently my dad would never let us watch uh borat when i was a kid so i didn't watch it when it first came out too how long ago was how long was it how long ago was that when you were a kid what couple years hey yesterday yesterday three or four of them you know i followed him back when he was ali g oh really which was when he was his like he had this gangster persona yeah he does some amazing personas he does man and he yeah when he gets in the character it's like you can't you think it's another person have we heard about dogecoin oh yeah oh my heart's broken my heart's broken patrick have y'all heard about deuce coin go ahead the first time i bought it was december 28th of last year it was less than a penny at the time it's up around 35 40 cents right now um and then i was really holding on to it for a little while from january through to like march but then i bought a car so i sold it all when i was just sitting at five cents for a really long time and now it's at 35 40 cents and well i would keep holding on to it i don't have it now oh yeah no i know you didn't get that memo he just said no i told it i brought my focus i brought my stuff over here i know i brought my let me see my stuff up there i know he's looking at his that's why i'm giving him [ __ ] hand me the phone let me see yeah see but the thing is i mean i put in i put in a hundred yeah yeah so i bought in at uh thirteen thirty ten kayla eight hundred ninety seven of us went on a vacation let's just put it all in you want me to sell it you said no i don't want you to sell it because that thing got that thing got up to four uh or i think it tapped 47 cents yeah i know nobody knows anything about blockchain and uh cryptocurrency and how to start one uh please hit me up on my this the gentleman have you all heard about dogecoin is who i think it is i think it's one of my buddies he knows we need to have a conversation yeah we should get him on here next time i'm here too or even him on his own because yeah he wants to yeah you got an idea that's going to just it's going to kill both it probably even rival bitcoin yeah that bad i think so that's a bold statement no it's a true statement and i can yeah yeah ndas will be be uh placed out yep a requirement definitely that would be i mean it would be so badass oh god yeah you know it as soon as that [ __ ] even even the fragment anybody hears that in the entertainment business oh yeah don't buy yeah and then once one buys it then all of them elon elon would jump into it too oh god yeah that wouldn't be a far drive to have a little conversation shake his hand with elon yep you know so yep but anyway so you got any questions would you ever own a tesla hell yeah would you ever own a tesla goal yeah oh okay what about you absolutely yeah definitely um i drove one of the first hybrid vehicles which one was that i don't want to say the pre-prius the pre-prius the yeah you know what's funny so my buddy who is the biggest car guy and like he's probably i don't know if he's listening but he tunes in every once in a while yeah um runs a car show right uh-huh and he said to me the other day goes dude you know of all the cars you had and i was like yeah yes the best one was a prius i go what the [ __ ] did you just like i literally was like i was record record you say that again goodness gracious i mean this guy's got muscle cars and hot rods and harley's and you just i was like what would you do but you know what uh yeah what was his reasoning uh he just said reliable like never had any maintenance never had any problems wrong the one problem i had with it i drove it 280 000 miles how many times did you replace the battery none none zero you know how many times i replace the brakes how many zero really one time when i went to sell it yeah one you know that's more than zero i don't know well it's only because i sold it yeah understandable but you know uh you know how much it cost me to replace those brakes this is no [ __ ] it's the funniest [ __ ] thing ever sixty nine dollars nineteen dollars oh wow and uh that's amazing and i only did it because i was selling the vehicle right it didn't need to be done right just did it just do it and then the other thing i did was the uh serpentine belt right mm-hmm i went to order this thing right i'm not even bullshitting you the belt was this big it literally looked like a vacuum belt yeah like for a [ __ ] vacuum cleaner i was like going oh are you serious and so i looked online and said uh it's gonna take me uh you know it's gonna it says it takes about an hour to two hours to install this and i go mom start a start a timer start a timer like what i was like i'm gonna install this and see if i can do it less than an hour i came back in there in less than two minutes i was like mom things installed she goes down these people are wrong what you said you are wrong your mom yeah damn it devon damn it devon you got something to your damn card damn it [ __ ] [ __ ] the the car that i bought very very recently is a 2012 mini cooper s 1.6 liter as well as the miata 4-cylinder um turbocharged motor i bought that because i kept on trying to work on the miata as my daily i'd be i'd get off work at four more problems and then we'll ever have i'm like this will take me two hours no yeah that's what everybody says good good so far i'll say that but um apparently the most common issue that i can run in that i'm likely to take a new engine [Laughter] that's if that's my buddy yeah about the yeah it's not a gas and go car it's definitely not a gas and go car you have to do your maintenance on it but uh the issue with the miata was i would be like okay this job realistically is going to take me two hours and then i break something or i'm missing a part or that's yeah wait do you own a home yeah yeah yeah this this project well listen i'm 23. i'm never going to own a home where's our family hey you say that i made a goal when i was i said i'm gonna buy a house before i was 25 i bought it when i was 24. but they were like five cents when you bought a house oh my they're like 35 cents now with chewing gum chewing gum and baling wire no actually i got a hell of a deal in this house funny i got a story about this house too originally i wanted to buy this house and then i actually went through the tour guide or whatever um open house and then um they told me the price i said [ __ ] that i ain't paying that walk out bye i'm like my but then i was interested in a house that's further down yeah um and i went to go look at that house and i was actually gonna put an offer on it and when i was coming back i noticed this house had a bunch of signs on the window and i'm like what the [ __ ] are those signs so i get out of the car and then uh said that the house is going up for auction on sunday and i like ask my parents hey what's today and they're like sunday and i'm like oh [ __ ] we got till midnight to buy a month [ __ ] house yeah wow so talk about buying something on a whim on a whim right right luckily it already works so basically they wanted uh god i want to say 290 something for this house and then i got it for 134 because it went through [ __ ] auction i was just like patience it's like 40 things come from those who wait yeah yeah and then they just uh gave me an updated um estimate of the house so i was like all right 300 000 equity that's not bad but then your taxes are more that's the part that sucks about it what your taxes are more expensive if the house is valued more yeah do you guys believe in ghosts yeah this [ __ ] place is haunted i don't know if you've seen the first podcast yeah i oh and we're gonna by the way we're gonna have a fortune or a um palm reader right palm reader uh tarot card and then we also having a uh ghost whisperer coming she can be here for that i'll wait outside i'll wait outside i'll wait outside you're right outside i don't believe in any of that horse [ __ ] all right so we're going to need okay we're going to need another microphone in and another set of headphones well i have another set of headphones we're good well what you don't how come you don't believe in the uh he'll believe after science [ __ ] but it's the world's so big in the world yeah well aliens are real yes ghosts no okay wait wait hold on okay okay universe well i was just gonna say like wait a minute you believe in aliens absolutely don't believe in you in uh [ __ ] ghosts i think that people's brains are really like powerful and they just kind of create it exactly if you believe in ghosts you're going to believe in ghosts you're going to find something that like you know no i actually have a story to go with it yeah i'm skeptical let me just say i pissed off a ghost okay because i was a little kid and i didn't believe and i was going to [ __ ] talk taught the ghost i thought that was a smart idea what he does is if they're listening to this podcast they can vouch for it go ahead what you can say do you believe in afterlife no i believe it just ends i think i think so okay yeah makes me sad what's that that you don't believe in the afterlife yeah you don't believe in the afterlife you don't believe that you go somewhere else you just believe your body just melts and dies and that's it yep what about your soul don't believe in a soul honestly like the by definition i don't believe in a soul what is your definition of a soul i don't remember what the definition is but no there's like the so like a spiritual like a spiritual version of your existence right um just let me ask you one step deeper yeah i can tell you a story do you think we live in a simulation i don't think so no i'm surprised being technical i don't know enough to say though that's something i'm not educated enough on i'm going to say start youtubing um that actually elon believe it or not yeah no he believes it yeah and the stuff that i've seen and read and researched it's like especially with the computer background that i have and obviously dealing with data and stuff like that there are glitches and there are certain scenarios that are too coincidental right what i'm saying unexplainable unexplainable right i'm going back to the ufos and stuff and in fact before you came here they just uh pentagon just announced that they're they're looking at this footage and they think it's authentic the new footage that just came out right triangle did you see that the triangle no but i've seen over the last year or so they've released information regarding slowly i think they're slowly kind of just easing us into it because you know what's happening in june right trump's becoming president again probably according to some people what's happening yeah what's happening in june they're about they're going to release oh yeah all of the document we're talking millions of documents and i've been researching yeah we've had this discussion and argument whatever um i've been researching this literally since i was a little kid since i and i on the podcast one of the first podcasts um when i had marissa on um we we had gotten onto that subject and um you know i had with a group of people we saw when i was like seven years old these like fireball looking things in the sky yeah we called um uh was it what's the air force base carswell called carswell we called the national weather service we called all of the different air force bases actually call carswell called all the other bases yeah um and to see if there was anything that was going on that night and there was nothing so it was just kind of like okay and that kind of got me interested and then when i was in college i started pulling down and i think i have cd some of those cds i have are guaranteed are either classified or no longer um but i pulled nasa footage of actual from the space station and from international international space station and from the actual space shuttle and from satellites shooting down an earth of different [ __ ] happening does anybody in this room believe the moon moon landing was a hoax this is this is a good one [Laughter] well at the time i believe without a [ __ ] doubt it was a hoax really yep okay what about you because i know technology and i know they ain't no goddamn way in hell they [ __ ] had enough technology to [ __ ] back then to send a man and land and come back that's the key that's key van allen radiation belt get the [ __ ] out of here why haven't we done it since ding ding ding ding ding ding look at spacex look at all this [ __ ] and billions and trillions of dollars that are getting spent they still haven't landed on the [ __ ] moon i bet you we do soon i bet we go back soon i bet we do go back i'll bet should we go back oh so that means you believe that we do so my dad's dad my grandad um worked on apollo 1 designed a good majority of the space suit namely the zippers and the space boots yeah so i'm pretty confident yeah yeah yeah they designed it to go up in orbit that's it not going into space not to go it's not radiation proof it ain't going to be able to go through van allen radiation belt i think i think we're going to go to mars before we go back to the moon i don't think so um and i only say that because elon's been talking about like let's just do it again yeah here recently yeah i'd love to see it yeah oh yes there you go elon actually just won the one the ability to get people on the moon teaming with nasa yes sir kayla says not a hoax to me wow okay i've done enough movie sets i'm just saying yeah have you seen um the when the mythbusters addressed it yeah yeah the flag they did the flag thing they did they tried lighting vacuum and the vacuum yeah yeah yeah they did a lot of stuff but then there there's other people that have shot holes in there right right so it's kind of like hard to know yeah it's hard to know and at the end of the day when my watch has more computing power than the whole [ __ ] space shuttle there's a [ __ ] problem well you say that but at the same time it had more it has by far more computing power than the cars on the road at the time as well yeah but then you compare tesla to it yeah yeah yeah which oh by the way is in space somewhere floating around yeah right up allegedly allegedly i think the country's gone into the moon as well or gone on to the moon like after the like we had russia yeah so it's like if it's hoaxes you look pissed as you said russia russia russia's man was russian i think uh china had or did they i think it was in there but i didn't know about people yeah i'm trying to remember i remember when they sent um my thing is okay the monk i'm going to prep monkeys i'm not a nuclear engineer i'm not a physicist but i'm a common sense you said nuclear correctly and george w bush couldn't do that so you're already winning in my book nuclear nuclear come on george you can say it right nuclear so going back to the miata yeah like how i'm gonna preference this with the diato yeah so you have a thing called weight to horsepower ratio right right your miata can only hold so much fuel correct right it can probably get you 300 miles or so right with a tank of gas naturally aspirated yes 270 don't not supercharged so you're limited by tank size tank volume and then obviously the capacity in your engine and all that sort of stuff and right ratios not to go too technical go technical as you want okay now then you have a space shuttle right which carries rocket fuel which carries boosters and it carries you know all this [ __ ] so once again you have a weight to horsepower ratio right the more weight you put on the more thrust you have to to push it right so you keep adding more fuel you're going to need more thrust thus another rocket right the booster in order to propel it the amount of fuel burned versus the power necessary to make up for that weight right is negligible no because you put more fuel in then you're gonna need another you need more boost to lift that right right but and it is exponential because it's good the more weight you add then it becomes a certain point because you have a coefficiency of drag right so then you put more weight but not in space or drag but you got to get to space that's right this is where i'm going right right you still have things limit you like drag well here's the deal i don't know if you ever watched videos or know about rocket propulsion and that sort of stuff but once it gets in you know once it launches then it sheds the booster rockets and all that stuff right because to your point they don't really need it anymore because right you're not traveling you know you've got gravity right or no gravity sorry um but then you get to your destination right space shuttle on the moon then you land on a lunar module right we're in the space shuttle is what just floating around with a [ __ ] leash [Laughter] well there's a thing called orbit right but the thing is orbit is kind of a leash to an extent yeah it is i'm just joking right no no no i know so somehow you got to get this orbital thing uh-huh orbital thing pod yeah back into the space shuttle and then you got to get that space shuttle needs to have enough fuel to send you all the way back to earth without a booster because the boosters are gone one sixth of the gravity though still you still gotta have boo you still gotta have power to propel you it's like it's like on the moon now the space shuttle is a naturally aspirated 90 horsepower miata okay and then whenever it's launching from the from the earth it's a supercharged beautiful 140 horsepower miata all right huge huge numbers absolutely tremendous but here's the thing you still have the radiation belt you still have some of those things you have to you know contend with right you have the earth's rotation and you have four of it and you have all of these other you know mathematical equations and stuff that have to be formulated plus what about anomalies because even in data there's always going to be anomalies right so the probability from back then with the equipment we had just saying okay if you were able to buy a ticket to the moon tomorrow would you would you do it tomorrow a reasonable length same as the price to new york honestly no he wouldn't no i have no desire to go there i'd like to i'd like to i imagine looking down i mean i'd do it just to say that i did it right that's why i've done a lot of majority of the [ __ ] that i've done is just to say hey i [ __ ] did it right but i mean kayla's right what don't need power to propel you down unless you don't believe in gravity still need power you have to have direction well otherwise you just i'm sure you i can i can tell from the conversation that we've had that you guys are intelligent enough to agree with me the earth is flat right oh my god [ __ ] turn this guy out of here now that was a joke because that was a joke i was hoping that was oh your face went down so fast you're like oh [ __ ] oh [ __ ] throw the mic there's a window right there no so um you know it's funny you say that so i had a buddy that came into town uh we actually went to college and stuff together and uh kind of kept in touch whatever and he was in town and we hung out we were at uh actually we were at uh what the [ __ ] is the name of that that place we were supposed to go the other night patrick what in addison that place we're supposed to go the other night sherlock's right was it sherlock's yeah so i mean i went to sherlock's we had a a couple drinks and he was just like dude the [ __ ] earth is flat and i'm like oh hell nah no i was in a lot of flat earth groups on facebook just for the entertainment oh my god so was i they're gone now though they're all gone deleted constantly but yeah it was just and then he was trying to tell me he's like well how do you know gravity exists and he started going to that whole thing and i'm just like it's like jesus [ __ ] like you know something you know he goes right here theory right it hasn't been proven and i'm like going technically he's right he is the shittiest there's no ground to stand on argument no no and it's funny because like i literally have this image ingrained in my head when we flew from la to australia and we were far enough out that i could literally see part of the continent and i could see the curvature right and i'm like [ __ ] fly right goddamn airplane see the world right then they did the whole ocean thing i don't know if you saw that where they uh had it with the lasers with the laser and then they had the the height chart or whatever were shot on the uh from where the guy was with the laser to where they were the the um and they could see the curvature of the earth yeah i'm just like god there's really you're still fighting that it's those idiots i don't even comment on that [ __ ] we touched on some of the best topics tonight we did good topics and there wasn't a moment of silence the whole time no that there wasn't yeah that's usually how this podcast works yeah i talk about the most random [ __ ] but there's usually not but next time i mean if y'all come back i i do have i do have something that yeah yeah what the [ __ ] was this note that got shared around that i didn't even get nothing oh nothing nothing devin oh y'all are coming against me you already know okay so but we definitely love i would i can't speak for her but i would love to come back sometime all right kim yeah kim says my issue is how many people do you expect to keep a secret over 400 000 people worked on apollo program 20 000 companies between family and friends that's over a million people really i think the argument to be made would be there were only a handful of people that actually went to the moon i think that's what devin's argument would be it's a worthless argument but no i'm joking no no no no i mean having worked for military company the left hand never knows what the right hand's doing right only no i'm being serious i i hate to yeah i know i mean i i'm yeah and then she says since when has that many people kept a secret she doesn't you've i love you girl but you obviously haven't worked for the military because uh only the people at the top look at snowden only the people at the top know what the [ __ ] going on and all the peons and everybody that are ill doing all of the grunt work have no clue because they don't need they're on a need to know basis they don't need to know what the hell the higher ups and stuff are seeing right and man there's been so many secrets that have look at ufos look at unidentified at the pentagon you don't think how many millions of people knew about that how many organizations uh let's see air force uh pentagon uh the navy uh army looks like kim got up going on thank you kim i needed that fuel yeah thanks kimberly just like yeah so to your point you don't have a point [Laughter] jaw dropped spike [Laughter] no i mean we've been lying she's probably sitting there laughing at you right now uh roswell yeah yeah do you believe in roswell i believe in roswell i do too because i actually we actually met some of the people that were in the base where the bodies were um and area 61. what kind of 51 which bodies areas what kind of bodies it's area 61. uh bodies that were not of this world let's put that i like that that's hot i do you believe that there's aliens among us oh yeah definitely i feel like we all have like that's like why like not having a soul doesn't really make sense because i feel like even when your universe like it's kind of you've ever seen adventure time anymore no i haven't seen i don't think i have what baby was that it's a show or a show it's like it's a kid's cartoon i honestly really recommend it now you really lost me i recommend it a cartoon is it a cartoon that like shows on saturday mornings like they used to all the looney tunes and all that kayla said the same thing i said they are the only that need to know yeah like what i said you're on a need to know basis and they don't know how many hands in the cookie jars yeah yeah how many hands is another good thing that's that's exactly why but i mean this people when you have incidents like snowden who leak information that has been hidden and we've been lied to and how many other people covered that up but it took one person to leak it you know what i mean true yet another person you know for another person and another person in june it's going to be interesting hey kayla for your birthday and then uh biden's gonna you know he's gonna come out with some off-the-wall [ __ ] he's already doing some off-the-wall [ __ ] yeah he is i don't know what's going on with this whole russia incident you see what's going on so he pulled all of our us uh was it ambassadors or something in russia and then uh russian russia did the exact same thing they pulled all the us oh that was there they basically kicked them out wow so it's kind of like a pissing contest yeah that's further what uh hold on the soviets would not have allowed us to be the first they would have debunked so your logic is the military can keep except at area 51 lol uh kayla says us would never be successful in anything if everyone knows everything damn right well i mean the two's right so the two's right no killing um what's her name kayla but she's missing the whole point kim love your death again i'm referencing with this the whole reason why we had to fabricate it was so that we could be the first that's the whole point it was a power move it was a power move exactly it was once again that we just talked about pissing contests who's dick's bigger i've always wanted to say this live on air mine's about two inches rock hard from the ground oh my god oh sh which wouldn't let me say that when i live streamed oh we're on twitch though rip your twitch account sprouty you forgot my name i didn't forget your name uh um time stamp that for me please yeah uh okay timestamp stamp again i didn't forget a lot of times i didn't forget kimberly's name either kim i'm just busting your chops you're awesome it makes some good uh engagement yeah okay one more question and [Music] yeah you all need to go right what time you'll need anytime before like 11 as long as we get there so we're good for a minute okay okay one last question okay the soviets would have uh flushed it out if it was a conspiracy how how could they prove it i don't know exactly kim how could they uh approve it how can they prove it and while you're writing i'm gonna ask some questions right quick okay so i asked y'all earlier if y'all believed like in an afterlife okay so okay if you asked me she didn't respond what about you yeah we need your answer yeah we need your answer too because i wanna i want you your input too yeah i definitely believe in reincarnation just reincarnation um i definitely there's some kind of higher power i don't believe in god i don't think that that's that's just kind of too much simple of an issue that's too simple of a solution to what's going on that's just too simple it's not just one dude if anything it would be a whole bunch of gods it's kind of putting things together but definitely like energy can be neither created nor destroyed so where does it go everywhere and like you can't like look at me and tell me that if you don't like whenever you pick up something do you not think oh where did this come from like if whenever you have an interest of course it's your cultural of course it's how you raise whatever but even then there's that deep rooted thing that kind of telling you oh go towards that car go towards that that that pretty sunset there's something in you that you've done it before at least that's how it is with me like i have deja vu moments like every other day okay so it's like and i mean he knows my greatest fear is drowning mm-hmm understandable okay that's my that's my greatest fear and i i mean have you ever had a close encounter that's it i hate to burst your bubble but i have one thing that will blow your um your first part out of the water you said you made the statement that no one person can be in charge every single company one person is in charge they're called the ceo so why would you say no one person can be in charge when every company well every because it's not even then that's too simple of a thing even though that's not a simple thing yes it is because all those executives who are like like all right it's not they don't count but it's still inclusive but it's still in influence and influencing him it's still influencing him it's still i just doesn't make sense or her whichever one um i was talking about kind of building on they're building on her point using your point yeah um there's a ceo for walmart there's a ceo for tesla correct there's a god for this there's a god for that i think that's her argument so you're saying there's more than one god i mean i think that there's just beings like there's right it's just it's ceos there's aspects of life this is not just humans hold on this is not just in humans this is actually a nature too there will always be an alpha alpha can also be the ceo it's one that everybody realizes that is the leader of the pack pack mentality in in wolves in ants there's always a queen who's in charge of and bees there's always a queen that's in charge of right you know what i'm saying so there's always the one chosen one whether it be a guy or a girl um that is the supreme leader that dictates everything that's below them so to your point the hive is nothing without the queen they'll all die literally without the king without the queen it's more of a direction than at that point like it's evolution it's survivability okay i did work in a medical yeah i don't think i can state all of what i've stated and then try to pretend i don't believe in evolution okay you did throw off the flat earth and you know yeah yeah right off again uh read uh kim's comments right quick you know and i'm respond to her or whatever okay uh the soviets call us out on everything and they would have especially called us out on that one who does the hell to say they didn't did they they did call us out they did call us out they did i think they did they did yes but i and that's one of the i don't know why they tried to go i was two years old i don't remember to prove that you couldn't yeah yeah okay back to what you know you're talking about about becca god she has a name i know what's up i was just doing this i was just doing it here's the deal okay so here's the deal i come on man i come on man i she said read the comment about that i believe in god i do okay because i would again i was raised that way now before you know i lost mom i lost dad i had to collapse long last 20 years had a heart attack right 2017 due to stress right i was when i was on that table and i started slipping it just seemed like that i i entered into this big white dome okay and i mean this is this is what i saw and i saw mom on the other side okay like they're waiting like she was waiting for me and of course you know every time i got in trouble when i was a little kid he would she would do this well what she was doing was she was standing there smiling and was doing this saying no it's not your time and then when she went like that that's when i woke up right in the middle of the catheter the cardiac catheterization and with them putting the stent in to my heart well i believe in this situation like i don't know what the theory is but it's like the world is kind it's kind of the same thing with the simulation it's kind of the same thing with that like that area to where the world is kind of being made for you the things that you're kind of making are for you so when you had that kind of spiritual whatever it was like like you know situation it's because of how you were raised if like god like you have you're going to heaven and your your mom's in heaven welcome you in but it wasn't your time so you came back so it's that kind of thing to where it's like it reinforces the idea that you've like had pushed onto you throughout your whole childhood and then now it's even more real for you and it's that same kind of thing that i've had to where it's like i have memories of deja vu moments where it's like reinforces my idea that like i'm being reincarnated and i look around and like that's what makes me want to live yeah and that goes back to me with my with my big big fear of drowning and what i did in high school was i wrote my junior theme on titanic okay there you go so let me ask you i'm curious you said something about um deja vu makes you think of um your past life or whatever how does that relate i'm just curious like your thought process on that it's more of just like i be doing things and i'm like i did this before like every single time like i did this this is the same thing it actually did yeah i'm like it's just too it's too specific and it's too constant so what happens when you have that feeling like any goosebumps anything anything like anything happen visually auditorially just or you just sit there and just think about it it's more of a very kind of like oh that happened like just kind of like a thing i put into my brain i'm like i've been here before and i guess there is kind of an error around it because it just feels it's stag or like stale air if that makes sense because you've already lived it before right i'm just curious because like some people get goosebumps some people have like it's like a visual type thing some people have like auditorial like it's something it's like ringing or something that goes like me personally it's like and i've had this a lot lately i'd say probably in the last year um where it's like just visions and then like goosebumps like like i have right now just talking about it but it's so weird because like a lot of my innovations and a lot of the stuff that i've come up with it's been like because i can't sleep first of all because if it's on my head like i just i can't shut it off but there's been times where like i'm doing something but then like a visual will pop up and it may not be what i'm doing that necessarily deja vu but an image or a something like just happens and i'm just like what's your intuition too it's like that part of your brain where it's like come it's turning on you're like you gotta think about this for a second like you haven't been you gotta think about it it's like the most yeah right that has nothing to do with what i'm doing at all that's what's so weird women's intuition oh yeah oh yeah it's a lot better than guys intuition so you know you need to watch out so i do be knowing things i do be seeing things yeah so i mean women's intuition is way stronger than ours right you know i'm saying i had a conversation with a person about that on average yeah so and after she told me that i mean i yeah i went hell yeah y'all do you know so but anyway i was just wondering because i mean you know it's just that's what i just saw when right i definitely think it's real i think it's real for you and i think my thing is real and i think your thing is real and i think your thing is real well it's just like it's an interpretation and everybody's experience is going to be different so what you experienced and you and i could do the same exact thing but entirely different exactly i do this all the time with photography like i go with a group of people and i'll take a picture and then i'll show it to them and they'll be like where in the [ __ ] where is this and i'm like where did you take it i'm like right here and they're like going yeah and i was like yeah because my you know interpretation and my you know what i take away from it's different than you know perspective is reality that's yeah yeah that's true yep we should probably call it so we can make it to our function yeah you need to go you don't need to go to your everybody watching on facebook youtube twitch make sure to like the post help us reach out to other people and uh tune in next time yeah that would be good we appreciate you guys thank you for coming in pleasure to have you on the show great uh subject matter and talking about everything and all things and 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