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Episode 13 · 3 years ago

Ep.#13 Smorgasbord

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We present to you, the delightful podcast listener, diverse dollops of discussion! Topics include celebrating victories with cake frosting (1:34), seasonal depression (2:35), elections (5:35), gun control and cunnilingus (9:21), the evil that is Amazon's Alexa (14:27), savings card slavery (16:18), the Dallas church diddler (19:35), dealing with PTSD (29:57), slurps gone wrong (36:44), we talk vaping with Jason Bye from Northland Vapor Co. (40:13) and last but not least during Nate's Notes (53:14) we explore how musical tastes change with age, micheladas and evil Alexa returns to put us in the friend zone. Click play and enjoy a smorgasbord of sensational sound from your pals at Selling Out.
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...where you're at? I mean are you? Are you happy with where you're living? My friend or you? Just was a great question, which actually leasing to something I want to talk about. Sure, for I do. It is funny how you brought up the comparison there, because I did the same thing. I was like, do I want snow or I want a poisonous animal to bite me? Exactly sh it's for real, it really is. It's like you want warmer climates, you got to deal with a lot more shit. You know. You had mentioned a natural disasters and stuff, but there's a lot of crazy crap out there that can kill you. But again, I was nearly killed by an icicle in Massachusetts. So well, Hey, but as far as being in Texas, the weather's been great. Can't complain. I'm I'm I'm one of those people that says if I never seen in the flake of snow, I'll be happy. Yeah, yeah, and less on TV or in a movie or something. That's cool by me, but I really don't want to have to like clean it, yeah, or having deal with it. Yeah, totally, you know. And I spend some time in Mexico. Actually just got back from there this week. I had a little vacation, so that was nice. Mexico's a beautiful country. But how you asking me that question will leading to something I want to talk about. Is Living in Texas. The politics are a little rough. Yeah, I bet. Yeah, that Little Red Isssue. That's not that's that's the biper right there. That's the thing biting me my ankles, and you know I'm more of a liberal kind of guy in this is a red state. Yeah, so, when I got back from Mexico, they have something here which I participated in, called early voting, which I had never done before and I've got to say is really convenient. Excellent, excellent. Yeah, I've always heard of it. I don't I don't know how to go about it. I don't know anything in D do You have to like meet certain criteria to do it? What's up with early vote? Now? You just got to be registered in that's something I did the moment I moved here. Excellent, because I noticed that political climate, speaking of cold and Hot, and I was like, I don't know, man, I want to plant roots here and I got to have a voice because, to be honest with you, here in Texas is a big, big senator's race and we never this show early. Yeah, so I the winner will be revealed by the time, yeah, was out, because that's that's the whole Ted cruise bade to a roaric thing going on down. Yeah, Oh, yeah, that's get national headlines and everything, and as it should, absolutely because, I've said on record on my personal twitter account and everything, I try not to put too much politics on the selling out twitter account for those who follow us at selling out show. Um, I'm voting for Beto. I did vote for Beto and, regardless of if he wins or loses here, I feel like he could be the next president of the United States. Wow, that's I'm a big support. I love that guy. I think he's a really wellminded politician and it's rare to come by. Yeah, someone who wants to represent all people. But yeah, I'm totally for Beto. So fingers crossed and his podcast will be good Mojo. I hope so. Man Like. It's funny you mentioned the tight he's the type of guy that could bring things back together. It's like we are at such a chasm between us now and and and do you remember when when our great president was elected here and how he he actually had the balls to say, I want to bring the two sides together. I remember that. And and the the irony is that things are worse than ever and it's just disgusting. And Yeah, we won't, we won't get to sucked into politics. But, dude, November is approaching. These mid term elections are important and people, please get out and vote, and that's the only way I'm I don't know, I have a I don't have a lot of faith in the system, but I will do what I can. You know. Well, Hey, you know, I did mention this show will be released after the election. So we'll be like that, oh, yeah, sticker, you know, like if you're candidate and when? But you still driving around with the you know, yeah, Maundale sticker. Yeah, you know, you know what I mean. So it's like we're putting it out there now, but it's all a mute point. As far as I get out there and vote people, it's like did they did or they didn't? We have no influence over that whatsoever. I can only say my beliefs and hope people are like minded. Damn, yeah, you know. Well, maybe our MOJO is getting sent out to them now. US Talking about this is somehow reaching them in a subconscious way and they'll hear it and go out. I do live very close to power lines, so maybe the microphone is broadcasting to that way or something, or even just outer space. Yeah, there's people on another planet going at that. Guy Gets it. Yeah, I'm doing a weird remote viewing psychic energy shit over here. So trying to send out the weird, my weird Mojo to I see that. I really wish you'd put some clothes on when you did it. Yeah, well, you know, this is how it has to be done. Naked, slathered in oil, and you know, my head who down. Yeah, but hey, you know another thing is and I guess it's also relates to politics a little bit. Is it angered me. It's a whole thing with guns, guns, guns, guns, guns. It's all here in Texas. Oh my God, I bet it's like...

...protect your guns, you know, don't let anybody come and take your guns. It's like, who's coming for your shit? I know everyone's so paranoid that people want to come take their guns. It's like there's a difference between gun control and like actually coming and taking everyone's guns, dud and like. And that was the the the whole talking point back when Obama was president, when Hillary was running, it was always they're coming to take your guns, a tie, coming to take your guns and look at this. Nobody ever came to take your guns. People fucking yeah, people are fucking dying. Yeah, exactly, you know. But Hey, whether it's a school shootings or we recently had that bomber and now we had this Pissburg incident. That happened. It really it just drives me insane. And then this morning on Fox News and saw our report about father and McDonald's stops the silent and saves lives because he had a gun, which always falls into the narrative of you can only stop a bad guy with a gun if you have a good guy with a gun. Yeah, she's completely uttered bullshit. Yeah, if you've ever seen Boogie Knights, do you remember the Donut shop scene? Of course. Yeah, bad things happen, yeah, to people when they start whipping around fucking pistols like nobody's business. Exactly. It's just more possibility, more potential for things to go wrong, you know, when there's the more guns, the more potential for just like Kos and it did. Yeah, it's I don't know that whole good guy with a gun versus a bad guy with the gun. It's there's there's a difference between having like a pistol to protect your home. And like, again we're getting into all this politics, but like the yeah, the bump stocks and all and yeah, I'm going to stop myself before I get off on too much of a tangent, because I could go off forever on this ship. But it's yeah, man, nobody's coming to take your Goddamn Gun. Relax. Yeah. Well, that's the thing too, is I have a friend who is in the Marines, who's a very conservative person, and we're discussing shootings one day and I said, oh well, you have to ban guns that do this, and he was like, well, Dave, you don't understand how guns work, you've never shot a gun, you don't own a gun. Yeah, let me, let me see you down for a few minutes. And he did. He kind of educated me and I'm happy for that. I'm glad for that, but it's doesn't change my stance on pretty much what you just said, where you have a right to certain kinds of weapons, right, but this military shit, and you know, killing mass amounts of people and one sitting is just utter fucking bullshit. And even if you're a gun afficionado, you love them, all it is is a Dick Measuring contest right, because what difference does it make if you have this type or that type? is on the damn thing fucking shoots. Right, dude, if you're you're either the only justification for having is for a gun is, you know, hunting or Selfdefense or basically, like you said, just for fun, for a hobby, and in none of those cases do you need an automatic weapon. That just like blending around it like the the bump sucks. That's the worst gun sound effect I've ever heard. Well, this is coming from a obviously a non gun efficient. Isn't that the noise they make? I thought that was the Nice in me, but at something like that sounds like you're doing some kind of lung guests there. It's not quite the yeah, that's that's make love, not war. Baby. They call me the machine gun tongue. Oh, let's talk more about that, shall we? Well, put your shirt on first, me. Yeah, I get off my head. Oh Man. Yeah, no, I'm sorry, I'm not trying to make light of this or anything. It's just that. No, and I also understand the other side where they say, well, if you start making these laws, and it will right at the door to like you regulate everything, is slippery slope, slippery slope. But for me, if it hurts somebody, we're not talking about rap music right here or video games. are talking about the actual weapons that fucking hurt people and that is unnecessary and I mean it's fucking ridiculous. So yeah, so, yeah, I hope everybody went out and voted. Nate didn't want to get too far into it, but I did. Fuck it. No, Hey, I'm glad, I'm I get into it, man, listen, I'll go round around. I'm just for can I just I don't know, I have to stop myself for all end up talking the whole episode about the Shit. So, yeah, I know, I understand. What you mean is it's very, very easy just to kind of again go down those rabbit holes or different paths and never stop talking about especially if you feel strongly that something you know again shouldn't be the case, like people fucking dying. You lose hope. You know, I can understand why people don't feel like going out to vote. They feel like they're their vote doesn't matter because we had the numbers. But yet somehow we still got this asshole in and I don't know, and if and if nothing else, we've just learned how many ignorant fucking people we have in the country. Like there's still a number of people that support this dude, and and it's comics, it's it's a joke. I mean, how do you how do you defend the dude? I didn't tell you something right now, man, you know I enjoy the impassion play you just made to our listeners out there.

So you know, saying how many fucking numb skulls can the world be populated with it to allow this to happen? But you don't have a leg to stand on. MMM. You want to know why? Because I'm standing on my head and naked, covered in oil. That that is one of the reasons. Yes, but you have evil in your home. You know what that is. What's that Alex Sound? Don't say her name to loud man hills, she'll pipe in and to the conversation. How the fuck did you put one of those in your house? Because I like to be monitored by a big brother. And now, honestly, it's because, because my girlfriend bought it, and I don't know. We honestly, all we use it for is to say her name, obviously to get her started and we'll say, turn on the light, turn off the light. That's about all we use her for. You know what I mean? Like we don't. We don't take full advantage. It's basically just a verbal light switch at this point. And occasionally will will ask, like if we have a question or we want to hear a song, maybe we'll will use it, but for the most part it's just a light switch we use so we feel like we're in the future. It's just okay, turn on the light, turn off the light. It's like it's like a clapper, but with with our voice. Oh Wow, remember the clapper? Of course, Dude. I heard so much about those. The clapper. It was like it sounds great, but then every time people would like shut their door and it would go clump, clump, it would fucking the light. We go on or whatever. It's like, have you heard all the weird stories about I don't know, I don't. I like I said, I don't want to say her name because she's like right be she's right behind me. Yeah, and of watching you man say her name. She'll she'll say, how can I help you or whatever, and yeah, whatever, how can I kill you? Is what she's trying to say nate. Yeah, you know, I work with a guy years and years ago, this fucking dude, older gentleman, and he was sitting in the lunch room with us and talk about CBS, cads, the yeah, the shopper rewards, you know, right as any key chain. He's a yeah, I don't do those, man, and we're like why? He's like, it's a fucking conspiracy and they're out to get your information and they're going to sell to the highest bidder without your consent. And we would laughing all this fucking crazy son of a bitch. He was right. Absolutely. All these years later he was writing, it's hit such a grand scale. Yeah, that that me. Even now, if someone tries to call me on facebook, messenger, HMM, I get pissed, I get angry because I turn off the permissions for my camera, yeah, and for my microphone the moment that call is over. I don't like the fact that someone's listening to me or trying to just find out more about me. No, that's privacy, man, that's that's fucking violating every essence right of who I am. Yeah, so for you to have Alexa in the house, to me he's just outrageous, and I mentioned you. It's fucking Skynet, baby. I see you as a neural net process of a learning computer. Yeah, it's terminator days. Man, the AI. This is just the first form of AI. You know, it's in the because it learns. She Learns Shit, you know what I mean? And all these kind of they learn about you, just like how the Internet like sees what you're searching and they they, you know, tailor make their whatever they're recommending to you, because, based on what you've watched and all this, it's like what you were talking about, those cards with CVS. It's like they give you ten cents off of some shitty thing that you don't really need. You know, they are worms, right. And then what they have? The more you use it, they have a database on the things you buy. Yeah, and you're living it. You're in the cycle. You with a hamster in the wheel now, right, right. It's social experiment. We are we are the ones being being watched and monitored and we're in this weird experiment and it's creepy. Man, I don't know. I've been listening to a lot of like Elon Musk and everything and how he's he seems to think that we're in some kind of a simulation or or there's no way to know that we're not in a simulation. So like the Matrix or so. Yeah, basically, yeah, man, it's like there's basically no way to disprove the fact that we could be just brains in jars somewhere experiencing electrical impulses that feel like reality, but you know, they may not be. You never know, man. There's a way to test it. I know of a way. How's that? Right now, I want you to stand up, turn around and punch that fucking Alexa until it a smash into a hundred million fucking pieces. Yeah, if you can't do it, if it doesn't allow you to do it, you're in the fucking Matrix, man, but if you can, you are a free man. Dude, dude, that's what I would do. I'm not even joking. I would never allow that in my house and if I was you, I turn around right now and choke the life out of Alexa. Is that great? I just talked about gun violence, how terrible Republicans are, and I'm telling you to turn around it and kill an electronic device. Yeah, well, they they are monitoring us and controlling our lives. It's it's scary stuff, man. It's a weary...

...named. Yeah, break free. Yeah, I guess some my gossip for you. I have some news that my interests you. That actually relates to our very first episode. Ever, excellent, I love to hear it. You, do you want to hear this gossip, because I got the gossip, baby, I got the good stuff. Listen, hit me off, all right, hit shit. Well, he's the other thing I'm like saying as good stuff, is actually pretty terrible because it relates to church. As some people who have listened to that first episode will know that I go to church, but not really much, like Alexa, none of my own free will. Is something that my old lady makes me do and I allow what I say whatever it makes her happy. If we go to church, I sit there, I kind of look around, I think about Superman, because to me it's almost the same thing. The Guy can be talking about comic books, which would interest me more that theology of Superman, and you know it's all the same shit. Absolutely anyway, yeah, it's cool story way. We go to church on Sunday and we notice the preachers a little bit off and that there's people missing from the choir and one of the pastors is also not there. HMM. We find this strange and we also hear some yelling in the hallway and then the preacher comes up and he ends the service rather abruptly. MMM. So we end up leaving and as walking out we see one angry guy and some people trying to calm them down. And so I said to my old lady I go something is not right here, something is seriously wrong. You've got to do some digging, which she loves to do. She she can be a noisy person, God knows I love her, but she really likes to get the scoop. Sure. Anyway, turns out that that pastor who was missing was sleeping with a fifteen year old girl who is in the choir in the church and was caught earlier in the week and arrested. And that angry guy was her father, there to confront the preacher himself. Why? Apparently to make you know, a full on display in front of everybody, because rumor has it he may have known about it. Holy smokes. So. But but the that particular pastor wasn't there that day, though, so he couldn't confront him. Is that what you're saying? I'm trying. He's in he's in jail. He got locked up. Oh, he's officially he's already busted. Oh, he's already he was caught any act with the girl in the church and someone called the police. Wow, wow, so, wait, so it happened in the church. Yep, yeah, and inside the church. Now, my wife did mention to me, though. She goes, well, we still going to that church, and I'm like, what, are you out of you fucking mind? Like, no, they're talking about fucking values all the time. This this pastors on the stage talking about values. Yeah, man, and the only thing they care about is fucking production value, because they got to be on facebook. They take their video of their of the sermons and post them online. is in they get their big screen projecting their images and they're always so worried about that, right when they really should be worried about someone fucking did ling a fifteen year old girl. Yeah, and the fucking in the back. Wow, you know, it's shocking, but not surprising. The Guy shouldn't be fucking a fifteen year old girls. That's what it comes down to, man. You know, yeah, no matter how much smoke bomb you may think, she is. Yes, she's under a fifteen fucking years old, exactly, dude, you know. And it's just like insane. Yeah, I was like, I can't, I can't believe that Shit. H So, so my old lady's on the search now for a new place of her worship because I will not, yeah, go back here, and I mean again. I just sat there and fucking you know, twiddled my thumbs. Yeah, yeah, but to me it's just like, come on, man, yeah, fucking gross. Yep, YEP, don't support it anymore. You know, no fucking place. That's crazy, man. The funny thing was so the guy when he when he ended his sermon and whatever, he's like, well, I hope to see you all next Sunday and yeah, exit stage left, and I'm like, yeah, wow the hell that is all about? He hopes to see us? No, you will never see me again, you fucking I mean. Listen, I don't know if he knew about it or not. Right you know, there's some again, more gossip going on behind the scenes at my my wife is finding out about yeah, but even if he did or if he didn't, it doesn't matter. Anything that happens there, you should feel protected. You know, seriously, she's fifteen years old. She's still a kid. I know it's not like some people may think, well, it's more egregious when they're younger or whatever. No, it's. No, still a kid. Yeah, you should. And that father who was outside and they were trying to calm him down. I if I had known about that, I'd been like no, let me lead you in, man, let me lead you right Ang, go fucking knock that motherfucker on his ass. Seriously, dude, yeah, totally so. So it was a different priest or, pastor whatever, doing the service that morning that you heard about. There was the main guy, but his brother is also a pastor, okay, and his brother was the one who is guilty of the or accused or caught in the yeah, fuck you, I don't want to want to sound like a fucking Dick. Yeah, but the guy, he's a guy who is who's diddling. Wow, man, that's fuck yeah. You know, funny thing too, is I told my wife last night ago. You want to know what's going to happen...

...to him in jail? Let me, let me get nate on the horn with you. He's fucked. Yeah, it's not going to have a pleasant time, you know. I mean they'll either they'll either keep him in some kind of a protective custody scenario where, you know, he's he's not necessarily in as much danger like as he would be if they put him in pretty, you know, in general population. But those people, Dude, I will tell you one thing. Like I've worked in kitchen in jail and I know that if if it's the type of jail where people come to the Chow Hall, some jails they bring people's food to their blocks, into their cells and feed them there. But if you are going to the Chow Hall like that, we used to have a specific container of juice that we would make just for the PC's, the rats, the diddlers, the snitches, all those people, and you know, we may have added a cup of year into their juice every day. I mean, I'm not a I'm not saying it's right, but it's not right little kids either, you know what I mean, like they I don't know, it's there were definitely some some ways that, even when people were in protective custody, there are ways to get at them. So I don't know, here Ath and I'll say isn't right. Don't little kids folk. Yeah, that's a big lesson here. Don't fuck around with that Shit, you know, just don't, don't, don't. Well, here's something I also kind of feel a little bad about. Is, you know all those times I would sit there staring at stained glass or whatever, when I would see the two of them on stage. Yeah, I noticed that they were glanced at each other a little bit, but I never really said anything because in my mind I'm a terrible human being, like well, maybe there's something going on here. Why they giving each other those kind of looks? Huh and seriously. But my wife would already be so pissed at me because every time we'd go to church I'd always have to make like a snide comment about them accepting money and being tax free and Blah, blah, blah. Like she gets so fucking pissed at me. I'm like, and I've talked with the guy. He seemed like a nice guy. That's like, yeah, I'm it's probably just me and my fucking wild imagination, you know, run it away with things or whatever. So when I found out about that, I was like, Oh, you gonna be fucking kidding me? You like I was right. Yeah, I mean I was, well to an extent. Yeah, exactly. I went like full on in or whatever, but I'm like this guy, I don't know what's up with him looking at her like that. Yeah, laud and yeah, it turns out to be to be this. So, yeah, Jesus, people, Jesus is rot dry. Oh my God. So, yeah, that was my little gossip to share with you. And I know you know it's entertaining. Yeah, it's entertaining in a sick way. Just I just mean at this point I don't understand church at this day and age. I mean, no, no disrespect to your wife. I mean if if it brings her peace and her in her life to have that spiritual connection, I just even if you want to believe in God, that's fine, but these establishments of church and and where they have grownups and working with these kids and in these I don't know, it's like that power dynamic always seems to work out in US fuck up way where where a kid gets taken advantage of or the whatever it is. It just or even if you're an old person, it seems like churches out to take your money. Yep, you know, and in all fairness I get the whole community aspect. You want to start over community, you have you have faith yet, but least you're entitled of those. Yep. The same time, you have to feel safe and protected when you are in that community, and it seems like that is constantly being broken. That night. Act that promise that we are here for you, to protect you. Yes, let give our hand to you, and a lot of people are great, even in the Church that we attend. Listen, they weren't that guy. He was at one motherfucker, you know. But that's all it takes. It's all it takes, it's all you know. It's that old analogy that the one bad seed ruins the whole whole crop, right, the one bad apple, rather than whatever. So it's just fucking sucks, man, it sucks, and there's more and more bad apples. Man. You just see him so much, dude, it's insane. But yeah, so I don't know why this is not my local news. Wow, that concerns me a little bit. We had to find out about this because I guess it happened during the week and the father came to confront everybody. Yesterday was Sunday. Wow, so there's a little gap in time there and I haven't heard one little you know. Yeah, one peep. Well, here I am, Debbie Downer, you know, and you were talking about sad. I sees no depression, everything and I I'm ending our whole little free form could conversation here with diddler's. It's sad. It's sad for that girl. It's sad for anyone who believes, you know, in this establishment and wants, you know, wants to believe they're in a in a good a good environment and and supporting a Worthy House of God. But the thing is, the more people that are discovered, the better off we are, you know what I mean? So it in a way it's a...

...good thing that that he was discovered. It's just sad that it happened, you know. But silver linings, my friend. Yeah, yeah, sure, silver linings. You know. You get any other silver linings you want to talk about? Yeah, man. Well, speaking of, you know, being on a down or tip, I guess this whole episode is going to make people, you know, want to slip their wrists or whatever. WHOA, I'm just getting I just means it's that type time of year. Folks like I said, I get I'm in this funk. The weathers down. I just had a kind of neardeath experience the other day that made me, I don't know, it had weird effects on my psyche, like I was. I was in a pretty bad car accident last weekend and it was one of these where I was I was, I was going about I don't know, I want to say seventy, five eighty miles per hour on the highway and got into a an accident and I had I had been up for about a day and a half working and then I had to play at this festival with my band all day. So it was a very long, long day and I I probably shouldn't have been driving after so long, but I was on my way home and ended up ended up. Actually, whatever it was the heat in the car, because it was late at night, there was no lights on the highway. It was very that there's no one else on the highway. It's pitch black and all I see are those dotted lines going by me on the highway and it became this like hypnotic pattern and weld you to sleep. Dude. Next thing I know, imagine waking up in a collision and your car is flying and spinning and I didn't flip over, thank God, but I I was all over the road and smashing this and that. I Like I was did. It was terrifying and I don't recommend that as a way to wake up. No, and it was not a pleasant alarm clock. The sound of crumpling metal and it's it's not something to laugh about. I'm not trying to make jokes about it because it was terrifying and it's, you know, obviously there was a lot of a lot of you know, it's financial issues because of it and all that. Yeah, but it's just, I will tell you, man it in one way it made makes you kind of like appreciate your mortality, like you appreciate your you know, I'm looking at the wreck. After I got out of it. I walked out of this truck, you know, basically unscathed. I mean I had I didn't have any broken bones. It's been about a week now and I still have soreness in my hip, I'm having trouble walking. It's getting a little better now, and I you know, my shoulder, my wrists, I noticed we're real messed up because when the collision happened, the steering wheel was like jerked left and right, you know, and which kind of pulled my wrists kind of in odd directions. And needless to say, I've been a little shaken up this past we yeah, totally, and the worst of it though, like I said, the physical aspects haven't been they could have been a lot worse, but the mental issues have been just dude, I wake up to the every time I start to nod off, it's like I'll have a dream that I'm crash. It's almost like I'm a I'm afraid to nod off because, you know, the last time I it's like I woke up crashing. So it's like brings you right back. Yeah, I'm almost this that there's no sense of safety when I sleep and and it's almost like a weird form of PTSD where I'm like I keep dreaming about it and I don't know when I'm in the car and, say my girlfriend's driving and if she hits the brakes a little hard, I, you know, it just scares the shit. I don't know, it's weird. I feel it's you're right back, you know. Listen, we're lucky to have you, buddy. Thank you know, when you told me about what happened. He has like, Oh crap, you know, obviously I'm very concerned, but that's some scary stuff and it goes to learn you and everybody else out there. HMM, be careful. MMM, you're really got to be careful. I am my family. My grandmother was killed by someone who fell asleep at the wheel. I have a cousin of mine who died texting and driving back in two thousand and seven. Wow. So I know the seriousness involved here. Yeah, yeah, and I don't want to see anybody else, you know, go through what you went through. Unfortunately, people will. Yeah, because that's what happens. You work late, you were, you know, up doing this or whatever, you pounded some energy drinks, the effects wore off, Yep, and here you are cruising down the road and you just passed the fuck out. Like he said, it's very hypnotic. Yep, to just see the lights and everything else, or just a payment rolling in front of you is dangerous stuff, but I am thankful that you are right. Thanks, man, and I'm also great. I appreciate that and I'm also a very grateful that no one else was involved in the accident. It was so dude to so bizarre. I mean, that could have been twice as bad. You know, I could have been imagine if someone else was involved or I had hurt somebody, whatever it was. It was, you know, it was luckily, I mean a policeman showed up at...

...the scene and I thank God I wasn't intoxicated or anything because that, you know, that could have been a whole nightmare my my past. You know, I've got a lot of a lot of drugs and what out on my record from from years ago. I mean it's been years since I've had a record. But the point is the COP could have been a lot meaner and a lot you know, he was. He was pretty understanding. And the irony is I'm pretty critical of police and I had just posted this like nasty thing on facebook about cops are these overpaid assholes and this and that, because I had a dealing with the COP that that didn't go so well and it was again nothing. I didn't get any trouble or anything, but it was just one of these where you're talking to a cop and he treats you like dirt because he's a cop in you're not. And Anyway, I had this scenario where I wrote something on Facebook, some nasty thing about cops, and then, you know, see that day's later turns out, yeah, this cops really helped me and was was really understanding in Nice. So kudos to the Massachusetts state policeman. They were actually I never thought I'd hear myself say that, but neither you know. That's a that's a first. Well, okay, let me rephrase that. Kudos to that specific Massachusetts State Trooper. I don't even let me name. I think they you know, this kind of relates that we're talking about with the church stuff. Yeah, we're in. There's some good ones, there's some bad ones. Buddy, you know. I mean you just gotta, I don't know, see who you get absolutely. It's true, my friend, that was a rough situation. But yeah, I'm glad I'm here and I'm glad to be talking with you today. Thank our lucky stars. Nate is alive. Who who? And now he can talk to Alexa anytime he feels like and he's free to be mine controlled. So you survived just for that. Yeah, Yep, Congrat survived. I survived just in time for winter. Yeah, that to winter, riscum and baby all right man. Well, that was our what's been up with us? I guess it's kind of like a loose thing. We don't do that awful. Normally come at everybody with a topic, right, but we just want to talk about us. We are self serving this episode. You know, keep it a little any form. Yeah, there you go. Like I love that word free form. I loved I use it all the time for anything. Right, you want some coffee, here's some free form costs before you. I love free from coffee. Yeah, Yep, certain slipping now. I just tried to slurp because I promised a listener I would slurp on air. Is like an in joke, and I couldn't even do that. Thank you. Maybe took care of it. Yeah, I was purposely trying to slurp and I fucking failed, like many other things in my life. I'm your huckleberry. You are my huckleberry baby, and if anybody does have a topic that you want to hear us talk about, anything in particular or whatever. If I want to ask us a question, you can do that by contacting US via email, selling out show at GMAILCOM or following us on twitter at selling out show. So definitely do all of that. We're going to take a quick commercial break and when we come back, I had the opportunity to talk with the head of Business Development at Northland Vapor, Jason By, and he's going to give us the INS and outs on the baping industry. It's gonna be a very interesting conversation. Stay tuned for that. Video stores maybe all gone, with video rangers podcast still for business. Video Rangers podcast is a member of infirmary media and you can join US each week is we discuss only the finest rentalds movies like no retreat, no surrender, Teen Wolf to please, Academy for Citizens on patrol, the heavenly kid, meat balls, part two, cool as ice, Miami connection and a whole bunch of films that'll keep you up all night. Hey, kids, remember TV's very special episodes? Well, we got those in stocks, so meet us at the bike shop. For more information, search video rangers podcast on Facebook, twitter and instagram. Tune into the all new dueling decades, the game where you become a Retro Warrior and play along at home as the s and s fight it out over Earth's mightiest topics. I'm the S. am totally awesomeness will destroy the S on dueling decade. Sid Julian, the s will never beat the S, brother. Nope, not gonna happen, not tonight, not never. The S is gonna snap the s like a meat stick. Brother. Oh Yeah, I'm the Honorable Judge Cross and when you're in my cult room, baby, I'm gonna Judge you like Ryanhould. I'm here to up hold law and order, like my Rishka cockete. Julian, the S is gonna beat the s over the head with a piece of the egg grow crag. Listen to all the fun now for free at...

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He'd been working on vapes and working in vape shops for years and years when it all started, way back, probably two thousand and seven, two thousand and eight, and he just been working at so many different places and seen so much kind of turnover and mix it up juices and finding out what works that eventually he decided to go to Vapexpo with a large batch of some homemade nets and cream, and it's sold very well. So that incarnated the whole business idea and to the online store, which is now northland vaporcom. And you're a man who wears many hats within the company, isn't that right? Yeah, I started out here about a year and a half ago just doing sales, kind of on the phone, cold Callin, reaching out shops, Distros, that kind of thing, and eventually, over time I was filling more niches in the company than I guess I found myself to be more her bread round, me to be more useful than useless. So I just wear a lot of different hats, do a lot of different roles, mostly at stuff, running the website and a lot of marketing things to let's talk a bit about the elephant in the room, government regulations. What's the current stance they have on the industry and are they truly public enemy number one? I don't know that they're the public enemy and I don't know that's so much that it's the elephant in the room as it is the cat out of the bag. The industry is basically been very well at self regulating and, as you know, there's plenty of different companies and vendors and juices out there to try. Actually, just last Friday, I believe it was, might have been actually Wednesday, got leave the leader of the FDA met with a bunch of the top leaping companies and they're talking about regulation, and that's that's pretty rare to see where the government isn't just fighting the companies. Usually they're in bed with them, as we know. They they're working together and having a dialog is hopefully going to be a positive thing for the whole industry and the bape world is a whole. In your opinion, what's the future of vaping here in the United States? I do see that. I think it's going to be less of a dude cloud bro kind of ape niche thing going round. It's going to probably be more smaller pod Bay systems, more like the jewel that we see your nick base nick salt based systems, as it's just an easier analog for people to switch from smoking. M bigger setups and stuff I prefer, but it's obviously a little bit more complicated for the new be and so people don't want to deal with leaky tanks. They just want to buy something that gets them the knick fit and then they can move on right. You know, it seems like all the news outlets are trying to force a negative agenda when it comes to vaping. Do you see this and how do you feel about it? Yeah, absolutely. The misinformation me asthma about vaping out there is actually gotten worse. Recently read a study that from two thousand and thirteen to two thousand and sixteen. The misconception that vaping is as harmful as smoking has increased in the general public by like well over a quarter of a percent, or like twenty five percent, I should say. And it's just the the the dialog is kind of on vapors as whole. It's we should be more focused on promoting the harm reduction rather than saying it's safe, because it's truly a new technology. We don't understand the long term effects yet. But you know from the reports of people who switched from smoking to vaping, they are all everybody says they feel better their teeth or wider they you know, it's much safer than inhaling combustible smoke, which I think we can all agree is not a good idea totally. You know, I find it interesting that you just brought up whiter teeth, because that's the whole cosmetic aspect a lot of people don't really talk about too often. I mean, for me personally, I can testify I was a long time smoker and by switching over to vaping I breathe better, I have more energy and my quality of life is truly improved. Yeah, absolutely. It's just a seems like it's just a real good smoking cessation alternative and a good way to, you know,...

...quit the smokes and get on the vapes. Can you tell us about the culture of vaping, because most people worried that a trip into a vape shop requires a man Bun and a hefty encyclopedia to understand all the terminology being used. Yeah, I think that the niche promoted by the evenkline h h the video kind of was a trope. That was true maybe five years ago, but this day in age, I mean I see people coming into our brick and mortar shop all the time and they're just absolutely regular folks. It's how was that loud, tiny minority that makes the majority of people look like deb eggs by comparison. You know, I think he hit the nail on the head there too. We're in it is a large group of diverse and normal people. You Know Me, you your neighbors. It's not like you need some kind of secret membership card to meet with the Illuminati the moment that you walk through the front door. Absolutely, yeah, and it's definitely a thing where it's gone beyond the level of just kind of the hobbyist enthusiast now and it's definitely a thing for any person willing to give a shot at quitting smoking. Earlier in our conversation you would mentioned Nick Salts, which are proving to be quite popular. Can you explain to the listeners what Nick Salts are and how they differ from traditionally liquids? Yeah, so any liquid is got a what's called the free base nicotine in it and there generally have a bigger set up, higher wattage for more of a direct hit to lung, like you're breathing in the vapor going right to your lung as where the nicotine salts are a bit more of a concentrated base with the peg and vg where they use like a Benzo Benzetine. I'm saying it wrong, but it's like an acid that compounds and combines with the mixture, so you can have a higher concentration of nicotine at a lower wattage of device. So it's the more analog hit to a cigarette because it's a mouth too long hit versus a throat along. Got Ya. Now, something unique about your products at northland is that they're labeled with a burn on date and contain no artificial sweeteners. How did that come about? Yeah, that would be credit again to Brett. He's a pretty much been in the industry for so long and he knows exactly what he wants to consume. So he's made a really good product and come up with a good formulation that is good on coils and basically, you know, most people don't know a lot about steeping, which is like basically mix up your juice and you let it sit. So we figured well, why, while they're waiting around for your juice to steep, will just put the barn on date right on there and then that you know that it's already ready to go when you buy it. Yeah, because a lot of vapors out there very impatient and they want to vape it right out of the box or you know, the other thing is they don't realize that the process takes some time. Sometimes you get to let juice sit for a couple weeks. So that's a really great idea. Yeah, exactly. So it's like, well, if people don't understand that if you went a little longer, you can get a little bit, well, actually a lot of it, better flavor out of your juice. We just do it in advance, will mix it up, let it sit there and for a few months and then we'll get it out to your door and it's ready to go. Now what do you in the other fine folks at North and Vapor Company have coming down the Pike? Are there any new products we should be on the lookout for? We always like to keep that a little bit close to our chest. Right now we are concentrating on we just opened our second brick and mortar store in the midgie Minnesota, so we're focusing on the retail world. That seems to be surprisingly very popular. You think in this day and age bricks to clicks, as as they usually say, business is usually go from brick and mortar to online. We're kind of doing the opposite. We're going from online and going into the brick and mortar mode. You. I can see that, because you guys have an advantage with your pricing. A lot of people don't like brick and mortar because it tends to be more expensive than buying things online. But with you guys, it's all direct, so you keep the prices low the quality good, so you make it just as easy to come into the shop absolutely. Yeah, that's one of our main advantages is that we definitely make a quality product. We want to make it affordable to everybody, whether you're buying it online are you're coming in the door. Very cool and for any of our listeners in the Minnesota area, you can find their retail of shops in more ahead and by MIDGY. For everybody else, you can easily order the products at northland vaporcom. I highly recommend the Blue Rats. It is one of my favorite flavors. Chason, thank you again for coming on and educating us a little bit about vaping. It is appreciated, my friend. Thank you so much for having me on and you guys have yourself a good rest of the week and thanks for listening and having me. Very kind of Jason to take the time and speak with us about the vaping industry, government regulations and, of course, Nick Salts, which is something I was also more curious about. Now. Northland vapor is one of our partners and you'll hear the commercial that runs during our show. But just as a friendly reminder, you can save nineteen percent off of all their products by using code selling out nineteen at check out, and that's a pretty good deal, if I say so myself. Absolutely absolutely. Folks take advantage. Yeah, totally. That's a great thing about our partners. We're going to be talking about a couple more of them later in as a show progresses. 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...whereas I couldn't have cared less about that shit. I was the kid picking up a broom and pretending it was a guitar so I could rock out to whatever song was on the radio. Naturally, some of our changing tastes has to do with the popular music landscape of the time, especially as kids, children just kind of accept what they hear on the radio or TV, and as a child of the S, I was playing the broom along with like warrant and deaf leopard, but I also had taste for synthpop stuff like to petch mode and information society. Now, somewhere around age eleven or twelve, I was influenced by the changing popular music climate that replaced those bands with Nirvana and Alice and chains, etc. And once I had gotten my adolescent foot in the door of that grungy pseudo punk rock sensibility. I discovered all kinds of great bands, everyone from dinosaur junior and the Rawlins band to Primus and helmet. There was a lot of great music in the S for a teenager like me to sink my teeth into, and those were just the ones that were getting air play. Our Group of friends were pretty diverse in their tastes person to person, so, depending on whom I was hanging out with, the night soundtrack could be completely different. If I was with Scott we'd listen to my life with the thrill kill called or Kmfdm, a lot of the darker pounding industrial stuff. If I was with my friend Biff, it was no effects and facetoface, a lot of kind of melodic, high energy skate punk stuff. With Andy it could have been anything from Dr Dre or the far side to the pixies or a fixed twin. I got a good variety in those days and that's how I like it. I never understood people who only like to listen to like death metal or only listen to hiphop. Different Moods call for different soundtracks and I'm grateful for a lot of my friends who introduced me to music that I may not have heard otherwise. But this show is often about the way things are now in comparison to how they once were, and I've noticed that a lot of people kind of chill out about music the older they get. Maybe they still listen to the stuff they liked when they were young. Maybe they mellow out now and they listen to pop country bullshit as they get older. Many people I know barely even think about music anymore as adults. Whether life is just so busy they never have time to sit and absorb an album, or their priorities of just shifted and music doesn't really do much for them anymore. I don't know. For Myself, I know that's not the case. I will get moved by a powerful song. I can still put on headphones and get sucked into an album as a complete piece of immersive art. If anything, as I mentioned earlier, my tastes and appreciation have grown, while the digital revolution has decimated the music industry as we knew it. I have to say that I love the ease with which I can discover new songs and new artists nowadays, whereas back in the day you had to commit to buying a whole twenty dollar CD or whatever. Now you can simply browse for free and then hopefully support an artist by buying their album. But there's literally nothing keeping me from checking out a band beyond pushing a button in listening. I realize that this is far from new technology at this point, but dude, I am still in awe of how good we, as appreciators and seekers of new music, have it nowadays. But Anyway, the point of this when I started out today was how musical tastes change as we grow. The Internet has definitely been instrumental in finding new stuff, but I think there's a lot that goes into the equation. I feel like being someone who also likes to write music has made me appreciate a lot of stuff. You know, if you know how complicated a song is to play, there's a level of respect that adds to your opinion of it. I've mentioned in the past how I wasn't a big fan of death metal growing up, but I've grown to love it nowadays, largely due to how impressed I am by the speed and dexterity required to play it. Same goes for a lot of like prog rock bands like yes or King Crimson or even early genesis. Some real work goes into writing that stuff. Working with some friends in the past on creating electronic music has given me the same appreciation for hip hop producers or other electronic artist, and I don't think it's that hard to hear what's impressive about a lyricist like Kendrick Lamar or MF doom. I feel like it's a great time from music right now. There's so much out there, so much being created and so many innovators. I personally find it super exciting.

I discovered new artists almost daily, whether it's some kid in his room producing tracks or a tribe of Mongolian throat singers. And as varied as my tastes may have been back as a young man, Nowada is, I'm holy unrestricted by that juvenile issue of image that nonsensically keeps one from checking out something potentially cheesy or lame. As a pretentious kid, it's not uncommon to avoid a whole genre of music because it's not cool or whatever. That's a lot of babies in that puddle of discarded bath water. When you're old, there's really no point in calling something a guilty pleasure. If I like something now, I like it. I'm not worried about someone looking at me sideways for listening to an old Willie Nelson Song. I probably get more weird looks for driving around bumping pig destroyer and napalm death at my age. But again, at this point, who gives a shit? You know those guys with TV shows who go to weird countries and will literally eat anything. Like that Dude, Andrew Zimmer and, who would eat tarantula rectum tartar. That's a completely free way to be free to try anything and as a result, the potential for finding some amazing flavors is endless. Maybe Tarantula's rectum's are the best tasting thing on the planet. I'll never know, but Andrew Zimmern will. I want to be that way with music. Maybe the one song that tugs at my emotions more than any other is some random Ethiopian funk track that I've yet to discover. I want variety in my music and I hope it never stops bringing joy to my life. I know, Dave, you and I, you know, were really big music fans growing up and HMM and you've admitted that. You know you're it's not as big of a part of your life anymore, but but you still get you know, you've mentioned how your tastes have changed your voice. You've always been a fan in some way of bands like that, that dad rock genre, of like brand yeah and and Dan Fogelberg and things like that. It's you know, you still get enjoyment out of stuff like that, though, right. I mean that's like I famously recently went on a road trip, and I say famously because this was like a landmark thing for me, and I made a mixed CD. Okay, so now that it's funny how that sounds like old school. I made a mixed rather than center something else. But now everything you know is MP three, spotify, what have you. And it was Huey Lewis and the news greatest hits. Okay, that's why I took on the road to accompany me on a long trip. I wanted Huey Lewis and his smooth voice to fucking put my ass into high gear. That, as I you know, drove the highways and byways of America and yeah, I love all that Shit, like Hallin oates. Yep, you I think you just mentioned Phil Collins and Genesis and all that stuff. I'm really into like a lot of the s s music now, right. And Yeah, when I was younger I was a little bit more unique because I did like Dan Fogelberg and bread mix it with my faith. No more, right, which is a little bit, you know, unusual or whatever, but I yeah, I'm taste of change. But I'm more of a sports talk radio kind of guy now exactly, than a put on as, I don't know, kicking jam to vacuum kind of guy. Yeah, dude, like, but that's what I'm saying. It's like, I don't know what it is about aging. It's just I don't know if it's you know, you're, like I said, your priority shift when you're older. There's so much more that's important in your life. Like you've got family, you've got, you know, you got a whatever, you upkeep of your home, you've got, you know, you got to worry about bills. Music just doesn't seem as important, obviously, but some of us it's like, I don't know, I don't feel like. I don't feel like it's a look, yeah, man, I don't feel like it'll ever lose its its power, you know, and as kids you're passionate about things to a level that adults can't. Really I can't remember why I was, you know what I mean? There's so many things in life that I look back on it I'm like, why was I ever so worked up over that, or why was I? I don't know. There's a lot of questionable choices are questionable, like points in my life that I don't understand anymore. But my passion for music, it's still there and I it's great. Yeah, I mean I don't know, like the music to it's like it's always going to be there. I think we don't have a fear of losing it. Yeah, so for me it's like, Oh, I love, I hate. I'm talking about them quite a bit here and I have in the past. Faith, no more sure, king for a day full for a lifetime. Right. I'm going to two debates with people about how I think that that album is better than angel dust and it's one of my favorite records of all time. HMM. Yeah, I haven't listened to it months and months and months because I know when I do have that hankering,...

...it's there. It's available for me to listen to it and again, thank you to the Internet and everything else where in I gave away all my physical copies of my CDs and music years ago, right. So maybe that's like the conveni Ni as factor a little bit. And I feel the same way, as you know, about comic books, right where, something that's been a constant in my life. Yep, ever since I was a child. Who was something that picked me up and made me feel good. It brought me to a different place when times are bad, or even when times were good, it didn't matter. They were always there for me. They will always be there for me. Yeah, something I hold on to passionately, that fandom. But you know, I want to address a couple things that you brought up, showed your nate's know, it's real quick. In the beginning, you mentioned how people change their cells every seven months. Yeah, seven years, seven I'm sorry, seven years, seven months. We yeah, shedding. Yeah, shedding like cats. No, but you know, I'm kind of fun of that book. Bright Lights, Big City, yes, yeah, macame Magearn. Yeah, and he had brought up how, like his girlfriend had moved out of the apartment, but her dander is still left behind. It's like a constant reminder that she was once there too. So when you talk about shedding cells, that always comes into my brain and that's that's an excellent book. So if anybody out there is a book lover, definitely go check that out. It's not a long read either, so it's pretty quick reb very interesting story. The other thing to his tastes. Picky eater. You said you're not a picky eater. I am the pickiest fucking eater on the face of the earth. For example, I will not eat chicken that has bones in it. Wow, you're one of those guys. Yeah, yeah, I am. For example, if you handed me a word Tissri chicken, I be look, no, no, no, I don't give me a chicken leg. I will only eat the chicken breast, provided is fl Stoff to my satisfaction. HMM, if there's even a little bit of fat or like Chewy Nad yeah on it, you know, cartilage, whatever fuck it is, I will vomit. I cannot stay it. I've always been that way my whole life. I'm such a picky motherfucker it drives everybody in my life crazy. And tying back to the beginning of the episode, when I when I go to Mexico. Yeah, Oh, I insult everybody, because everybody wants you to eat right. That's their way, you know, to welcome you, yeah, into their home, into their family, into their lives. It's like a common thing to break red and I'm a fucking neurotic motherfucker in the corner like no, no, no, I'm good, I'm I just ate before I got here. Wow. Yeah, I can't, because some of the Shit, yeah, just isn't up to par with like crazy, fucking Yep, neurotic food mind. Yeah, you're not. You're not big on beans and things. Mexico's got a lot of beans, don't they like being yeah, no, no, I'm not being racist saying that, I just mean their food. They're Cuz you terrible motherfucker. No, no, no, you're not. No, I understand what you're trying to say, as a like rice and beans is be part of the yeah, yeah, Diet Right, and you're right. Now, I don't really have a problem with that. Oh, okay, you don't. Okay, no, I'll eat that in certain things. It's just yeah, I get real particular about it and I'm really hesitant to try stuff, yeah, which is kind of like to my detriment, because there's a drink that I absolutely love now. Yeah, for years I kept saying no to okay, that's called a Mitchellata, Huh, which is very popular in Mexico because its beer and it has like a Tahine, a spice in it. Yeah, a little bit of line. I hate line, but there's a little bit of lime. But I went to a restaurant one time and someone ordered it for me. Yeah, other in law, and there's like one of those situations where you just can't say no. Right, it wasn't cheap and they put it in front of you and had a fucking pickle in it. I mean every place you go is a little bit different, but the main key ingredients of what I just told you about the spice in the beer, and I've always been one of those guys were it's like beer. I don't drink much beer anymore, but even when I did, beer is find the way it is. Yeah, yeah, you know, pleasing a line in it or a lemon. I know you said no like lines, but yeah, yeah, exactly. It's like it's nothing needed to be added to it. And plus I was drinking more for effect, right, rather than taste. But man, that fucking date, he changed my world. No, Shit makes it really a lot of Mitchellatta. They're fucking delicious and actually came back from Mexico. They sell like these premade cups, like the spice around the rim, and it comes to like a because I think this of Worcestershire sauce that goes in it as well. Again, every place makes it slightly different. But I brought those home and I might not even use those from months and months and months because, again, I don't drink much anymore right. But when I, when I do, I'm so happy I have those because that's a drink that I can sit back and go, I'm not drinking, this is get fucking slashed. This taste really good. Very cool, man. Yeah, sorry, I'm so getting off a music right. Whatever dude I am talking about out there, I'm on the limb. I'm on that fucking cliff. All me back, nate. That's my shirt. That's this episode. The episode is all about just going with it. So I I feel more, to be honest, I feel more like talking about food and things to like what like talking about Mexican cuisine and and beverages, specifically. Like I it's not an alcoholic beverage, but I love...

...or Chata. Do you ever drink or CHATA's there? I have not. Have you heard of them down there? They're they're it's like a milky sort of drink, like it's Creamy, and I know you always love the milk, you know, but but it's rules. Yeah, but it's actually kind of like a it's almost got like a cinnamony flavor and it's kind of creamy. But I believe it's made out of rice. Technically, like it's actually like a rice beverage. But I don't know if you'd be into your kind of picky but no, no, I would not touch that with a ten foot pole. But A to our listeners. If you haven't tried or Chatta, try an or chat. That's a nice sweet drink and it's a it's kind of a dessert e drink and it's pretty good. But yeah, I'm very particular about my milk, nate, it has to be a certain temperature. Oh, I know you like the cold milk. Yeah, so I don't like mixing milk with alcohol because for me, back in my heyday of drinking, it was always like a recovery thing. Yes, drinking milk the following day to cope my stomach's right. You like, here's a white Russian. I'd be like no, yeah, yeah, it's wrong. Yeah, you don't heat up milk. I'm even the kind of guy when I come home from from this supermarket with milk. Yeah, I have to run to the fridge to make sure it maintains a certain kind of temperature called right, right, right. I'm afraid it's kind of like just not taste right, get that little cheesy yeah, taste. Yep, that sounds weird, but I'm fucking crazy about the Milkman, crazy about it. Yeah, and there's even a point in my life where I had read that Kevin Smith, the fame director, Comic Book Writer, he quit milk and he said he lost tons of weight. I stopped drinking milk for six fucking months. I didn't lose a goddamn pound. I swear I didn't lose and now I'm back to drinking it fucking full forest with my meals in the morning, at night. It doesn't fucking matter and I'm still the same weight. It does it's it's mute. Yep. So, yeah, wow, yeah, I love milk man. I don't know big fan got from music to milk here, I know. And your PAT cat. We're talking about shedding earlier, but you are you have some animal in you. We talked about cats every fucking episode because you are senior DNA. Yep, I love them. I feel like I was perhaps a cat in a past life and if not, I would love to come back as a cat, if there is something like reincarnations. But what that supposed? I'm sorry for interrupting. Not Interrupting you here. Turn around. Ask Alexa if you were ever a cat in your past life. Alexa, was I ever a cat in a past life? HMM, I don't know that one. She doesn't know that one. Yeah, Alexa, don't know Shit. Yeah, fucking idiot. Yeah, dummy. Yeah, fuck it, dumb and been great, she says. She was like, actually, you were, yeah, one thousand nine hundred and forty six. You were a tabby and your name was Mr Chubble pumps. You know that? Amen. fucking great. Now we know Alexa is fucking useless. Yeah, thanks for nothing. Yeah, turn on a light for me, would you? That's all she's good for. I'd maybe should use it as your therapist. Yeah, just talk, do your deepest secrets into Alexi. So some guy in Russia. I can hear you. Yeah, but anyway, back to music. Is Taste do change. Yours change in a weird way when you seem to almost get heavier the older you get. Well, people like me think the more traditional path and get mellowed out and, you know, or more into you. I think you called it Dad Rock. Yeah, man, yeah, I feel like that's a good term for it, Dad Rock. That s sort of yeah, whether it's Billy Joel or Dan Fogelberg or bread or fucking whatever it is, it's kind of yeah, Huey Lewis, you lose. Yeah, good example, but dude, Hue Lewis, Huey Lewis is in a class of his own, man, he's got a voice that sounds like no one else. You know what I mean? He's got he's got a very unique voice. Those guys could write a pop song, man. You gotta admit, like you know, it's there's a certain skill. It's not the most artistic. It's not like listening to a fucking you know, some Philip Glass or weird piece of contemporary classical, Weird Shit. You know like some yeah, it's, it's, it's pop music, but it's it's really well written pop music. You know, it's you may have to ask Alexa later if the Bass player is still alive, because in every fucking videos came smoking butts. Yes, that dude, this, the sunglasses in the cigarette right. Always, yeah, always, he could be like underwater. I think in like one of the videos, I think he had a cigarette hanging out of his mouth. I think I remember that. What a way to fucking live. How that's that's rock star. No one cares about the bass player, nate, you know, you know about this more than anybody. The base player, the loser of the band. Yeah, the famous kids in the hall skin, yeah, but everyone hates the bass player. No one ad us the bass player to the party after the show. Hey, what you guys doing after the show? Oh, nothing, okay. Well, this fucking Guy, I'll never forget him because he was just fucking chugging those down. It's a fucking chimney. Yeah, my father, who I can't stand, I hate his fucking guts,...

...but when I was a kid he would tell me a story. is like a friend of a friend thing, MMM, where he's like yeah, buddy and mine grew up with Huey Lewis and my dad was like a really fucking religious nut. I think I might even talking to yas how easy. Episode one is a matter of fact. You did how he was in a cult and everything else, and he was talking about how Huey Lewis would say, look, I can touch each tip of my finger, the tip of my thumb rather, with each one of my fingers, and he's like gorillas can't do that. That's why, that's why evolution is it real? And like, you fucking kidding me? This is a story. You tell me about Huey Lewis, how your friend grew up with Huey Lewis and you say Huey Lewis hasn't believe in evolution. Wow, wow, weird, right. Wow, that is weird. Yeah, so every time I listen to Huey Lewis, I dig the tunes, but I always think of that stupid fucking story. Thanks my fucking Batshit Crazy Dick of a dad. Wait, hold on one second, Alexa. Does Huey Lewis believe in evolution? Sorry, I don't know that one, you slip useless cunt. Sorry, chuck it out the window like Alexa. Can you fly? Whoo, see you later, motherfucker. Man. Yeah, I know, she's not much of a cohost now. She's terrible. I think this is her first and last appearance. Yeah, well, yeah, anyway, unless she gets her act together. Yeah, well, listen to Alexa. Or you have anything else to add before we start closing this bad boy up now? Man, I think I'm good. It's funny. When we were starting this episode I thought I was going to be a total Debbie Downer because I've been, like I said, in this funk. But but I feel pretty good, man, I philly. It's been a feel like it's been a positive experience. It's always good talking to you, man. You know, I do want to add something before we let all these fine furry folks go, and I want to talk a little bit about Biobadat, which can be fun. At biobdetcom. If you don't know what a Biday is, it's a new way to clean your up. 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I mean you always kind of make fun of it, right. Yeah, you hear the stories, you know, but what stories? What would you mean? You're heard the stories what happened on these bidays? Maybe I'm the only one here in stories. No, but like, I just mean, like you hear the stories from an old like or an old scene in a movie where someone from America goes to Europe and they're like what the hell is this and they you know, they getting sprayed with the water or they they think it's a water fountain their little kid. I don't know. I feel like there's one in drinking from it. I have no idea, I just I just really it's a clay right. There is a scene. There's a scene in the movie basketball. All right, TAK, favored of mine. Yeah, he's drinking. One of the characters is drinking from the Bidet. So I'm not. I did not do that. I do not endorse doing that. But the slim edge does come with a couple different features. 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