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Episode 14 · 4 years ago

Ep.#14 Holiday Treason

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We talk turkey with guest host Reggie Hemingway of Chris and Reggie's Cosmic Treadmill! Get ready for holiday horror stories involving racist relatives, terrible traditions, godawful gifts and miserable memories. Well aren't we just the jolliest bunch of assholes this side of the nuthouse!? Plus: why reaction videos are repugnant and remembering the legendary voice of Stan Lee.
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...one of the things I wanted to reveal here. But they would get loaded beyond belief, Dave. They were talking blindingly drunk and they would absolutely torture all of the children of the family until tears, until there was tears, screaming and I and they would be physical torture, they would be and it's not. It does probably sounds worse than it does. A lot of like tickle torture or just constantly poking, constantly annoying. It became the kind of situation where eventually Thanksgiving something more or less disbanded because no one could stand it anymore. But I did want to tell one quick story about a time that I brought a friend of mine to Thanksgiving and he he was, and still is to this day, a black guy, and that's when I found out that my aunt and uncle were horribly racist. Oh Shit, so it was got. It was kind a thing that never came up in the past, but suddenly, when confronted with the reality of it, they had nothing but racist jokes. It sell for the entire thing. So that was a pleasant Thanksgiving for me for sure. As you can imagine, in Reggie's household they went from tickling to racism really fast, really fast. But I will say that now I go to thanks you em a goat my wife's families home where they have a normal thanksgiving, and I realized that it can be a pleasant holiday. Wow. So tickling on the he's like hey, here's some Turkey, here's some tickling, and the tickling was torture. And this how last of how long? How old were you until this? This ceased, oh, I think seventeen. Essentially, as soon as you know, I was no longer had to be at home. I everyone stopped, and my cousins also. We talked about all the time like how traumatic it was, you know, because you know it's I you know they're are worse stories, familial stories, I'm sure, but it was just non stop. It was just so it made the whole thing so unpleasant, so embarrassing for myself and my cousins to see our mother's so blisteringly drunk. Whole thing was was very, very not, not a good time. And then four years after that, like when I stopped going, I moved out. You know, I had my own apartment. I would just had to take the four days off and I was loving life. I get a Turkey Sandwich right, turn on twilight, soone or whatever. Yeah, the best, best week in of the year. I was like this is great, but now I love family. You would everyone. I want you to know that we can, all, you know, love family. Turned ourselves around and our hearts can grow three sizes that day. No, sincere thanks to your wife's family for turning that frown upside out. That's right. Yeah, what about you, Dave? With what are your thanksgiving? You come from the land of Thanksgiving, of course. Oh Yeah, New England, right. I mean I don't know what it's funny because when I think about my adult life as a whole, I feel like the evolution of it has gone from Boukowski to Brady. We're in. I was much like your mom or the other members of your family, where I use Thanksgiving is an excuse just to get lit and goofy and stupid. No tickling. It was a lot of hands on activity during Thanksgiving, but now I take it kind of seriously, like I like having a nice Turkey. I like having a nice meal, even though I don't really have a big family anymore, but I do have a six year old sons. I want him to enjoy the holidays and everything. So, and I don't drink. I if you told me, hey, man, have a beer on thanks getting me. Look, no, no, I'll have a DR pepper. I am perfectly fine. So that's just it's weird, you know, in retrospect to see how that is changed over the years. But I got to admit Thanksgiving is my absolute favorite holiday. And you want to know why? I can be as lazy as I want to be all day. I'm not responsible for anything. Well, I mean, I guess I have to show up and eat and lay around and watch football or whatever, but there's no better day than one that you can just show up and be fed and be contented and fat and, yeah, nothing's expected of you. I don't really have to show up with a gift, you know if it's true? Yeah, you know, I can volunteer to do the dishes out of the kindness of my own heart, but really, you know, that's the worst thing that can happen to me on Thanksgiving right. So there's no if it is to bring a dish, no or right? Not, not...

...anymore because, again, I don't really have a big family thanksgiving. It's really just me, my wife and my kid now. So right, if I'm bringing a dish, it's just like Hey, I'm showing up with gummy worms. Exactly. Yeah, you just take your taking a dish down from your own cabinet and putting it on the tables. The essentially. Yes, you know, we used to have very large thanksgivings when I was a kid and it was really a good time. A lot of great memories there, and that was all thanks to my grandmother, my Nan, who had passed away in two thousand and after she had passed the family kind of dissipated. Everybody, you don't, married off here and they went to much like you, you know, went to their wives families or whatever the case may be. So all of that went away and the holidays were really the time of year that I always see my aunts and uncles and cousins, and now I'm at a point my life where I can honestly say I haven't seen them in ten years, fifteen years. So you know, that's how it goes. You know what they say, the coincidence of being family. WHO gives a crap. Anyway, that's actually now what they said, it's what you said, that's what I say. So something else I want to add them about the drunken thing is is funny that you mentioned how people are getting lit at your thanksgiving. I had a drunken uncle and he was always wasted, didn't matter if it's a holiday or not, uncle Jim, and he wasn't a blood relative, he was married to my aunt, and one of the worst memories I have, I guess, of Thanksgiving is how he would always kind of Mosey into Thanksgiving dinner and try to plant a big sloppy wet one on my mom. Oh boy, Oh yeah, it was gross man, and my mother would always resist in like turn her face or whatever. But yeah, but here's the thing. Is My wife's name, my wife, my mother's name, is Sherry or Sheryl, and he always called her shush as a nickname, and I was wondering, is that in fact a nickname or more of like a command? HMM, you know, more like Shit, I want to plant the wet one idea. Yeah, exactly. This guy was just fucking creep is a way to the Max, and I guess in a way it's like a blessing that we don't have family thanksgivings anymore, because I don't have to deal with him, or I haven't seen him again and God knows how long. And Oh man, you see, you see, I mean, this is, this is, this is what I'm talking about. This is the reality of you know, the everywhere remembers it funly because you stuffed yourself stupid, but when you think of the untoward people you have to deal with a lot of times over at my wife's for example, though, but my mother in law, she gets probably as drunk as my mother ever did, but she just doesn't become like crazy, like you know, he doesn't get like torturous. Let me just give you a quick example. Day One time, my aunt and my mother got so drunk that they put stockings on their heads and came up to where the kids were hanging out and like try to scare us, HMM, and when we told them to get the hell out of there, they fought with us to the point where everyone was crying by the end. Like this is this was this was a Thanksgiving memory. You know what I mean like, why did this even happen? What is going on? You know what I mean? Why or why are my parents going insane? Now? That's my memory of thanksgiving. We use verbally, sparring with a grown person who had a stocking on their head. It wasn't like physical. It got physical. It did get physical, as a matter of fact. I remember. I remember my mom like swiped at me and sliced a big Gash in my arm. It was a scene, I'm telling you. There's also there was also the time that my cousin drank two bottles of boons before the food was even sold, HMM, but even served, and so that she could knock out and not deal with the torture that coming in later on. When you drinking at high class booze like that, you know bad things are bound to happen. It's true. Yeah, you go, you're going to go straight to night night land and that'll be the end of it. So, anyway, that's that is the story of the first Thanksgiving and every of it ever in America. You know right. What about like Mason's Thanksgiving Day parade? You ever watched that as a kid? You have any fond memories of anything like that or anything. Well, I'm, you know, personally, Dave, I'm not really I think parades...

...went out with like the dawn of the twentieth century. I never understood the attraction. I do remember my parents right. I stually think it wasn't even my parents. I think it was friends of my parents took me with their kids and my brother and we hated it. We couldn't see anything, we were cold as Ow. It would be on television like probably like every you know, ninety percent of the homes in America. They watch it, but you know, it's just as it's not holding. It's not doing a lot for me. Over in my wife's family they also watch the dog show. Oh Yeah, so what about? What about? Why? What about of crap? But Anyway, well, I'm a real pale about it, let me tell you. Are In fact a pill. There's no argument for me there. I mean, as a kid I like seeing the spider man balloon and I like waiting to see it and I know it was like a fleeting moment and it was only in television for like two seconds. Still I'd be like, Oh, how cool is that? A giant spider man floating through the streets? In New York and to this day with my son, I wait for the spider man balloon and it can be agony. Like you said. You know, it's a little archaic, the whole idea of Garids. First you gotta watch the nine rug rats balloons, then you gotta watch some Broadway, some Broadway played idiots put on their thing and then, you know, some other nonsense. It's fat although I didn't once go to see the balloons getting inflated. That was kind of cool. The night before were Oh yeah, yeah, you can go to the upper west side and go like, go see them just getting in this yard as a lot they get inflated and it's just it's got a cool on like a mechanical level of how they got to handle it. So also, they used to show King Kong every year on Thanksgiving on television. So I used to watch that a I like that a lot. You didn't watch the endless loop of Christmas story on TBS, which starts, I believe, on Thanksgiving? Yeah, but you know that that only started in like the last gotten, probably now fifteen, twenty years, but not not when I was a kid. You know, there was no tbs, there was no tbs what I was a lad boy. Yeah, to walk six feet through this snow dome to school. We had the rabbity. Is You understand? Yeah, it was the Ordin days. Oh, yeah, hell yeah. So that's a King Kong was my best memory of thanksgiving. Well, that's pretty as a cool memory. King Kong. I like that. It's up there with my spider man balloon. And you just mentioned to you know, thanksgiving, and it sounds I sound so old saying this. I feel like everything on me is just turn white. But it's true how Christmas is permeating culture. Earlier in earlier, my God, Dude, Halloween is over, Christmas begins and it fucking pisses me off. I saw something on TV. I can't I don't remember the channel, but they were saying they were having their month long run up to Christmas. Basically, that was no member he like. So not not only are we spending the whole month of November well, you know, gearing up a Christmas, but now they've decided Christmas begins on December one. It's not. It's at the end of the month, folks, you know what I mean. We they are actually three weeks in December where there is no Christmas that were allowed to do that, but apparently not got to start as early as we could. Well, Reggie, you know the old saying, if you can't beat him, join them, and I'm about to do just that by letting the listeners know Tis the season for selling out savings by visiting our Plethora of partners. Check Out Northland Vapor Company. At Northland vaporcom, use code selling out nineteen for nineteen percent off all of the vaping supplies you will ever need. Highly recommend trying their e juice. It's a personal favorite of mine. Some of you may not know this, but Santa isn't able to slide down the chimney without spunk lube. They can be found at spunk lubecom makes for a great stocking stuffer and a more intimate Christmas, if you know what I mean. Right now they have a great deal. By three, get one free. You can save ten percent over at Biobid Acom, using code selling out. Trust me when I say their bid days make for a great gift idea, and the non electric slimmage will change the way that you do number two, and last but not least, if you're in the market for some high quality headphones, visit studiocom and, with code selling out, you say...

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I think it is still one of my favorites. It's truly a gripping scary movie and I would still watch that. I did. I did date a girl once for five years who used to put on the cell soul Christmas orchestra album every year beginning in Christmas, like beginning on December first. It's definitely the worst Christmas album ever. And you know Christmas music is horrible, as you know. So that made that was unpleasant. I didn't like that, but you know, I got over it. The only tortious event that you had to basically go through that would be that would be the Christmas downer. Was the cell soul Christmas orchestra album played over and over and over again, every every day until Christmas. Well, you couldn't run away fast enough from your family on Thanksgiving. So now you spend it with your wife's family. But what about Christmas? You split the time with that or how do you manage that? We got to split it. Yeah, it's also there's a coordination with my sister and brother in law, but then they have kids and they have to split with those that family. So essentially every other year, I we do Christmas Day on the day at my wife. Now Christmas at my wife's is a whole other thing. Dave, I don't know if you want to get into that. It's it's takes days. It takes about four days to have Christmas really because because everybody in the family wants to host it. So the kids make out like bandit's any child in the vicinity basically gets for Christmases in a row and the way they do presents. Now let me ask you, Dave. How did you Christmas Morn MMM at the Scholt's house? Okay, creep you creeping down to the tree mom and dad, or awake or whatever. How does I have that? How did that look for you? How did that go? I'd be waking excited and I go wake up my mom and she be pissed and I woke her up and she begrudgingly get up and stroll over to the couch while I toar everything open, and that was pretty much it. I'd say. Presents are unwrapped and open and probably broken within fifteen to twenty yeah, absolutely less. Let's not'll be that by the on side, you know, it's sweaters are cast aside, toys are already out making noise. That's the way I felt. Most families did Christmas. The way, the way by wife's family does Christmas, and they do this over days, is they get all the gifts and and they sit in a circle and they open one gift per person, one at a time, and I'm not kidding you what I tell you right now. It takes a minimum of three fucking hours to wow. It takes forever. It's unbelievable. You know, everyone's got a Hunah. Yeah, you know, they gotta like talk about it. That I got to tell the story. It's a give me a break, what is going on here? I'm expecting like someone to pop up with a camera, like one of those ignition flashes. Is I smile, show me o socks. Yeah, you know, like between every gift. Yeah, every single gifts got to have its own special moment. And I mean some of them, you know, where they really don't deserve a special moment. So I'm say do it over there, but you know, they know, they do not skimp on the pomp and circumstance, so bless their hearts, I do enjoy it over there too. Yeah, see, like my Thanksgiving and Christmas has again post Post Nana, since she passed away, and pretty much been chewing screws. You know, it's like, like you said, sitting around a circle, like oh, everything like that for us is a shred the fucking paper. Oh, look what you got, put it in a pile and continue. So to sit around and appreciate everything. I mean I also know some people that have like celebration tables with cookies and candies, and I mean my friend's mom is like insane about it. It's like a thing for her and she maintains it for like an entire month for when people come over so they can have snacks. What's that? Why? That's I mean, I guess maintaining a candy dish.

I got no problem with that. But why make it it by making a holiday thing? Make that an all year around thing? Oh, she kind of does, but still, like any ready to go. Yeah, she kind of does. This woman she's really intense with like having visitors and stuff, but I mean Christmas is like a whole new level for her, with decorations and everything like that. And you know, my family was never one to put bulbs on the House, a really wreaths on the doors or anything as special like that. So when I see someone else kind of decking out their house and going Cuckoo, I like how it's called them cuckoos if there's something wrong with them. But still, really it's like they go on the extra mile. I always find it kind of weird. You know. Yeah, well, you get a tree, I assume, though. Yeah, yeah, we'd have natural trees when I was a kid, but I am so over that. Is has to be artificial. And, and here's the other thing I find odd is when I was a little bit younger, I would think an offcolored tree, like they still like white ones and stuff. I thought those were so ghetto. But now I have a white Christmas tree. Oh God, I don't have that. My wife would ever go for it. But I do cover it like a pink aluminum. Why not? Man, Hey, this is twenty one century, buddy. But know, we hanging on two trees. Yeah, don't get too cozy with them. We won't have them a lot longer. You don't believe me now, this is true. This is true, but I mean it was like one of those things where we you go, Oh, who the heck would have a white tree? I mean, you brought a pink wine. But I mean, wait, has been around for a long time, right, right, right. And then I went over someone's house and its like beautifully decorated. Man, I had never admired a Christmas tree more, and had like Purple Bulbs on it. It was just stunning. Look like it was out of a Martha Stewart magazine or something. So, yeah, you got, you've got caught up and now you are yourself. Yeah, but my yeah, but mine looks nothing like that. I assume I down there, you know, just you, your wife and your son. Essentially it's you. Your wife gives you a moist shoe tree and you give her a hearty handshake, and then your son opens a pile of gifts that you know towers over him by several feet. I mean that's usually how it is a most families. The adults don't get a lot out of it. You know what I mean? Oh, no, I'm a cheery son of a bitch. I'm yeah, you wouldn't believe it. I'm such a miserable bastard most of the time, but when it comes to these holidays I really try to pick it up a little bit for my kids Sake, you know, because my Christmas is as a kid. We're pretty miserable. I do have yeah, I do have the memories of mannach around. I know you, you and I would some without like you get and Yang Rain and Yang Baby. Yeah, exactly. And that's the thing is, I don't have a lot of I have a few trace memories that might be happy, but my overall majority of memories are fucking God awful. Yeah, I'll tell you a couple stories I guess what one is far less worse than the last one. I'll tell I'm not trying to be a bummer, like you mentioned earlier in the show, but they might as well be told. When year, I was probably like fifteen or sixteen years old, and at this point in time my mother lived above my grandmother's house. We had an apartment, she had a you know, to family home, and I was talking to a girl on the phone, trying to be cool girl. I really liked school and I'm totally shitting on my family on the phone. And this is the mid S. and let me tell you this. You might know where it's going after I explain this, but you remember the phones that had the antenna that the the middle of you pull up, you those old school cordless phones, and I'm like, yeah, I'm at my uncle's. are a bunch of rednecks, fucking hunters, losers. Can't stand them next to you know, call waiting. It just come out. I get a little beep. I'm like, who, hold on one second, call waiting. I click over. It's my aunt on the phone. She says hey, Dave, I'm downstairs. The kids are playing with some walkie talkies. And we can hear everything you're saying and we're not pretty pleased with you right now. Why don't you come downstairs and Oh no, oh no, it is rice. And I had to go downstairs after I had to hang up with the girl, of course, like my tail between my legs, going downstairs and look at my uncle's in the face and just like hi, Hey, yeah, I just called you guys a fucking rednecks. Yeah, sorry about that, I'm just trying to get late. Just tell him be like, listen, I'm just from I'll say whatever I have to say to get, you know, some kind of attention from a lady. They would understood that. Yeah, I think they kind...

...of did. They is funny. They're cool guys now and everything. By the time you know it's you didn't understand them because you're teenager. You want to be artistic and cool. Them into music. I'm not into fucking shooting stuff. Course, now you love shooting stuff. No, I've never shot a gun in my life. I doubt I ever will. I hope, I hope you don't. I hope you never have to. The only thing I'm keen on is shooting myself in the foot. That's about it. Hey. The second story is it's about my dad, because my dad was a really bad alcoholic. I'm a strange for my father. I haven't spoken to him really in years. There's even a span of sixteen years where he didn't talk at all. There was no communication, wow. And one of the reasons was on Christmas one year I got this Alvin in the chipmunks plastic tent reeked a plastic but I love the damn thing. I was so happy that morning. I'm like cool, I got my own play space in here. This is great, and it was made out of like little PVC pipes and everything. And that night he got wicked drunk and he assaulted my mother and he was choking her in the kitchen, right, whoa. Yeah, so I'm playing my Alvin in the chipmunks ten I hear my mom started screaming, so I go running into the kitchen down the hallway and he's holding her head out the window. She's like cropped up in a chairs if he's going to toss throughout the window. So I mean I'm like, I don't know, eight years old or something, and I freaked out. I'm like what am I going to do? I ran back to the living room with a Christmas tree. My tent was. I stopped on the tent and I ripped it and I got one of the pipes out and went running back and I proceeded to whack, whack and crack my dad an oh yeah, until he finally let go of my mom and he turned around angry. He didn't hit me or anything. He's looked at me with this like evil, like drunken look, any SOT and stormed off and did whatever, but I was left with the shambles of this fucking Alvin and the chipmunks ten I was so happy receiving from Santa, you know how many hours before, and I mean I'm not trying to be, you know, Debbie Downer here or anything, because one of the benefits is, Oh yeah, I am proficient, you know, wielding plastic. Now I'm like a Ninja. And the plus side is that did spare you the undoubted ribbing you would have gotten from your friends for having an album in the chipmunks. True, textually, would have been like there were way many. Yes, there were cooler ones to have. This is true. I can't, I can't argue with that, but get down they'll kid down the blocks. Got The GIG. One is like, Oh, let's go play at the Alba the chipmunks one where I was just happy to have one man. I right up. A little playhouse is a good time for a kid, I agree day, and it can also be a valuable weapon in times of need. Apparently, apparently, so that would that was good. Thank you, Alvin Simon and Theodore. Yes, I where. The worst thing is my kid likes Alvin and the chipmunks now and every time I see it I think of that damn incident. I think of that tent and I gat what could have been. What could have been tent. Maybe you can forge new memories to a suage the to take away the old. Have you looked at the new movie, the movies of the come out of the CGI? I have not. I can't say yeah about it, that I'll raise any good feelings here that you had towards off of the chipmunks all together. Not only they horrible, but the chipmunks look like nightmares. So Yeah, look, take a look at that and you will be cured of your Christmas malady, I promise you. You know what, you could be a doctor, you bauld say this has been Dr Hemingway. Yeah, he's my therapist. Let me write your prescription. Watch rush all live action. Alvin and the chipmunks. is any one of them? I think there are three or four. Oh Geez, I didn't don't even know. I have no idea, but I might take you up on that. Who knows? Who knows? Now I get another question for you. We went from transformers as a kid. Are you the kind of person now who appreciates undy's and socks or those a highlight of Christmas gifts for you? What do you like to receive? I mean, frankly, what I really like to receive you, though I can get no more really for space reasons, are graphic novels and comic books. I Live I love to just keep getting more and more books. Like I said, I have this podcast where we talked about com book history every week and that's really is the bulk of the things I get...

...are related to that these days, either books about comics history or books of comics. But you know, frankly, when you really when you get to our age day or around, you know, our age group or whatever, getting gifts, it's, you know, it's all. I don't like it, but you know, this is really nothing I want or need that badly. So it's really all about seeing the Kiddos and there from them lighting up and remembering a time before you knew that the world was a piece of crap. So you're a doctor and a politician, basically. Yeah, that's what I just just to see the light, the eyes glow of the children as a over there. It really is. I mean, I'll be honest, it's crazy because I'm not even a huge lover of children, but this is there, this is their time. You know what I mean. The Christmas season to me is really all about the kids that if you try to make it about anything else, you pretty much suck. You know what I mean. Don't. Yeah, don't try to make it about your Santa Con or. You know about that thing in New York there, the Santa Con? What a dresses Santa and go up third AMU and get drunk and like Oh, they'd up committing assaults and nonsense, like yeah, I've heard of this, yes, yes, yes, so don't, don't make it about your whatever the hell your your dinner. It's all about the kids ripping the crap out of wrapping paper, eyes glowing with wonder at trinkets that they're crying like an hour later because they broke it. That is the essence of the American Christmas right there. So I cry. I cry my kid break shit. Yeah, because I'm probably more than eat. I do because I get shitty gifts. I've always really gotten in my adult life, have gotten shitty gifts. I mean I'm a comic Book Fan to you know this, and people like Oh, Dave's a combook fan. What do you what are we going to get them? And I remember one year girlfriend of mine got me like a I think it was a girlfriend, it doesn't matter, but the ghostwriter movie just came out and she get me like the ghostwriter movie gift set or something. They came with like a ghostwriter and Cyclopedia and I'm like, I don't even like ghost rider, but you're a huge Nicholas cage fans. No, no, not, none of it, none of it. And they're like well, you like comics, so here you go. This's got to be cool, right. I mean this is the fucking worst. Another year someone got me a leather jacket that was a motorcycle jacket that was too small, and that reminds me of the scene in Wayne's world when he got the spice rack. Yeah, Oh, no, a gun rack, that's what it was, right, that's right, gun rack. I stand correct. It was like, I don't even own a gun, let alone many guns that would necessitate an entire rack. You don't have a motorcycle. What are you wait? I don't want a motorcycle. The thing was too small and it was explained to me, Oh, that's the Italian style, as if that was going to sell me. I fucking having a leathern jacket. I never wanted. So. Now, if anybody asks me, what can I get you for a gift, I always suggest a half price books gift card because for me that's like my zen, that's where I'm happy. Is just kind of prowling the bins. You know, I mean, I don't. I mean, I hear you. I'm on that same level. I'd I'll just give me a gift card to BNN or even midtown comics, and you have done a great service. I guess my thing is like I get shitty gifts to but I don't care anymore. Like last year, for example, for some reason that I don't really understand, my motherin law gave all of the adult children, my wife, myself, my sister and brother in law. gave us three to fourty towels a piece. Why? I don't know. We don't know. Some of them said London on them, some of them didn't. We don't know what that meant. We don't know whether that was like a message from the beyond or something. But you know, at like, what are we? What are we doing? Then I threw him out. I don't give a crap, but I get crappy gifts. But I guess now I'm not as invested. I'm more into the ambience, you know what I mean, the overall feel of it. So I'm don't get too cranky about it. No, I hear you. I am actually dreading the whole Santa Talk. Oh yeah, I don't know how many wanted that right? I don't know. That's the thing. I have no idea, because this is it to that age. I'm telling you, it's all out there. Well, I mean my kids only six. He's not on the Internet, but I mean kids in school. That's what I'm saying, though.

You know, to be the information gets out there a lot earlier than I used to. Yeah, true, yeah, you got me there, I mean, but I just don't know when that comes up, what am I going to do, because this is a role that I enjoy playing. You know, this is this is the kind of in the worst thing is you're fucking lion to you kid, just so bad. I mean here like Hey, kid, there's this fucking, you know, magical dude that lives in the North Pole, and I mean who. It's funny in hindsight, how could anybody ever believe this shit? But it's fun to see that they're so amazed by this and they can't wait for Santa to come leaving out the cookies and the carrots for the reindeer. It's a lovely thing. I want to punch myself in the face for even saying that, but it's true. It's true and, like you said, it's just great to see the kids happy. So God knows when that finally happens, only time in life that they'll ever believe something like that with so much you know, veracity, you know, to bean like where when you're a kid you're sort of closer to the magic of life. You know they possibilities of what it can be, mainly because you don't know what the Hell's about anyway. So, yeah, you can't. But I would do is that if your son comes to you and says, Dad, some kids at school said Santa Claus isn't real. What's that about? Tell them they don't know if the hell they're talking about. I'm Santa Claus, I'm dead. That reason they don't. They don't know he's real. It is. That's my job. They don't have to worry about it. I do that every year for all the children of the earth, and that's in you'll be a hero. Oh fuck no, no, because no, for one it means I actually have some ambition in my life and I actually do shit, which is an absolute don't even a worst lie. But I mean the thing is is, like maybe he sat asking, well, why aren't we flooded with mail? I'd be like, Oh, my elves answer all. My Mail will wear your elves. You just can't see them. I mean, that's just you just going down the wrong past, buddy. It's true. You, you, you are just uncovering another nest of lies. Yeah, you tell one lie leads to another. He Oh, brother, you're in trouble up to your ears and whatever they hell, the songs when as a kid. But but you know what I mean, I don't know. I just I don't know how to deal with it. I don't know when I'm going to have to. Hopefully it's later, but I don't want him to be the kid that isn't cool either, who still believes in Santa an age thirteen. Yeah, I was lucky to have an older brother to tell me when I was about, Oh, I'd say, no older than eight, probably seven or eight. You're a fucking baby if you still believe in Santa Claus. Oh Wow. So that that cured me of that pretty and that handled it for my parents. Arants, I guess as well. But I guess you don't have that, you know, same ability right there. So you can have to figure it out. Yeah, I don't. He has no siblings to ruins holidays or life in general for him, right. So, yeah, I mean, just wait and see. It's like anything in life, is enjoy it while you have it and try to make the most of it, which I will. And again when you got crummy holiday memories when you're a kid, the best thing in life that you can do is a dad or for anybody else, is provide good memories for them. I think that's a great way to put it to day. That's I would agree with your hundred percent. Just do the best you can and make sure keep it on the positive tip, just like TLC kept it on the smooth tip. You do. You do that for the positive tip and that's the best you can. You know if it's going to be all about the memories. So just just make sure there are as few crummy ones as there can be. And listeners out there. In lieu of sending Reggie crappy teas for Christmas, you can send him salt and pepper albums at Insert address here. Yeah, exactly, always willing to take more salt and pepper. Thank you very much. Here you go. All right, I think that's it for Christmas. You got anything else you want to add? You know you are missing a couple of holidays in their day and don't one to yeah, you know, fuck them. fucking want to call him out, but all right, there out there were all. There are other ones that get celebrated and like what? What? When does you want to talk about to? Well, you got you got Honnaka get celebrated around around the same year, which is true, true. I guess you're right, a much lesser holiday. Now that's a holiday for me. It involved going over to my grandmother's and lighting the Manua, which was just a chance...

...to handle fire. Okay, that was that was a huge thing. But they were very cheap. And also Haneke isn't traditionally a big presence day. It's become that just to compete with Christmas. But my grandparents who, like I said, we're already phenomenally cheap, and they were, you know, they would give I think there was some something you would get like, I forget what it was. You got like tenpennies the first day and then by the eighth day you got twenty. I don't know, whatever it is. I came out with a dollar. Okay. And then, of course there's a Quanza, which is someone newer in the Pantheon but has definitely gained its you know, it's stature, it's rightful position in the soulstice, winter solstice holidays. Okay. And then you got Rama down comes up not too long after that. So and you got Chinese New Year. You don't even talk about that. So I'm a terrible guy. You must know this about me. Now I only want to talk about the most capitalist, corrupt, you know, Christmas thing. I mean it was. It's like weird to me because I'm not a religious person, right, and my wife will try to do this to me and my son and she'll always be like, well, you know, Christmas is about Jesus, and we're like yeah, so, anyway, transformers. MMM. So it's weird for me to think there are people celebrating things for religious reasons. Right, it does happen in some places in this world, although I will you know, you'll feel better to know that America, a capitalist America, western style capitalism has taken over everything so uniformly that all of those holidays are somewhat tainted by the need to purchase gifts and give them to each other. Yes, so it's it's basically all shades of Christmas, and God bless us everyone. Yeah, well, I apologize, Hanka. I Apologize For saying Fuck You Ramadan Klan's. I'm sorry. So if anybody out there celebrates those, you know what, I apologize for that, even though I don't know wherever. I heard it must have been years ago, but someone called Hanakah chuck a con or something. That's a good one. Yeah, but it was like a happy check, a con day or exactly. That sticks in my head and I won't want apologize for that. Everything else, I'm sorry that it's stuck to it. So all right. So thank you. Thank you, Reggie. You just educated me. You Open up the world to me, new place. Glad to do it, a thrill to do it. Hopefully people can write in and tell Dave how to celebrate those fine holidays that we mentioned. Yes, I can. Christmas. Yeah, yes, I from Christmas. Yes, I actually know. It's funny. I thought you going to say like Easter are or you know whatever. Right least. I was like you might need a little help. So yeah, if you got at any other holiday idea? Yeah, Dave, you might be. I think you might be missing a few. I was gonna say fuck them to all of them, sort of Anna. But yes, if you ever do want to reach out to me at the selling out show, you can find us on twitter at selling out show or send us an email at Gmail selling out show. We make it easy, peasy, lemon squeezy. So yes, all right, what do you say? We take a quick commercial break and we come back. We'll have a little bit of a selling out sound off all right. One day ends one's Day frenzy motor speed, where watch me, green infected splint turbo blast the seals off the competition and is devastating. Aspen Dragon ruling thundercarns. Crank up the sixteen foul madness in his overblown and deadly L Camino Mexica. Watch the fake boys rampage down the full page spreads and in direct mayheam with five Wednesday man head to head, nick in neck, roaring down the poll list of deaths every Wednesday while the electricity holds out. It's it's it's the professor friends show. It's a show past the friends, a show past friends.

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...which is from my good pal from the Bat pod, Bill Beer, and he wrote. You know, Bill Oh yeah, bills a peach, build fucking peach. But this is this is weird. He went to a girlfriend's house years ago. The whole family was there and their tradition was mixing mash potatoes and stuffing together before it served, and you wrote it's wrong on so many levels, and that made me wonder what was really wrong about that. That's so bad actually, to be honest with you. I mean, that's gonna Happen on the plate anyway. True, you know, it's like, yeah, those two things, they could. They're kind of some about to go starches. I think I could handle that, some pad coast starches. I just don't know if it was like one of those things where it's, like you mentioned, you wife, Stanley, sitting in a circle with a passing around the bowls like and now I put seen some stuff fink or something, and mixing it up that way. I don't really know what was so odd about it. And even ritualistic kind of right, blending it right. Well, he had to. They also put milk in it. I don't know what was going on with that. So I don't know if he's a flavor. That bothered him. The mixing that bothered him. I'm not really quite sure, but hey, you know what, thanks bill for reaching out. We love you for it, but absolutely would enthusiasts. These guys are kind of cracked me up from time to time. They really I guess it's all implied in their name. These fucking guys love Wood. They're from Canada. So so, Hey, a you wrote, showed up in my inlaws, walked in and saw a fake Christmas tree. He wrote two thousand and three. So he's giving us a timeline here. Drop seven swears, toss their gifts into the fire and spit on their cat while list to say they aren't welcome in my house anytime soon. What up to the Canadian boliteness that's so's touted there? What happened there? Apparently, when it comes to wood, there is no joking around. Right, I do think it is a national crime to have a fake Christmas tree. I got mean, you're literally you might as well just go spit in the prime minister's face. As far as I'm concerned, it's pretty much the land of Maple Syrup and trees, right. What is it about? Yeah, but we're just talking with the White Christmas tree. You said you would might have it a pink one. I wouldn't do it. That would do that in Canada, though. I wouldn't pull that crap in Canada. You know, get shot. You know you're in America. We can do that, maybe, probably in parts of Brazil, but in Canada it's got it. It's got to be a fur a care to be here to do a pine tree. It's got to be a douglas fur buddy. You know, let's come on, Guy, you got to get yourself a good tree a. You know, you're basically saying Canadians are better than us and everything. I think that's pretty much true when you when you get around, and they deserve the best when it comes to Christmas. None of that synthetic shit, and they live in room no wayjse A. Pretty much. Yeah, that's that's pretty much what I'm getting back. Okay, Kate, from the ignorance was bliss podcast, wrote. My fatherin law and I had a disagreement around appropriate behavior in my home. That's not good, which resulted in me kicking him out on Christmas morning. Well, he stood. Yeah, we stood in the driveway for two hours discussing things, after which he agreed to behave. So a happy ending. But yeah, wow, happy Christmas. Yikes. I want to thank everybody who took the time to respond to that sweet and give us your your horror stories here. I can't say. I guess. In response to Kates reply, I don't know. I don't know how I deal with that. You know, we supposed to be Christmas is supposed to be happy. You have someone disrupting your home, I don't know if I'd have the patience to be out in the driveway with them for two hours right trying to hash it out. I think it'd be pretty much, especially Christmas morning when it's time to get to you know, presents. Let's get let's get to the action here. I'm not trying to stand outside with somebody, but it is just a day, day, after all. Yeah, true, true, I I can only see myself, I think, in life as a whole, standing outside for two hours to get laid. Yeah, not to resolve an argument. Like to me that the I don't know, the end is not worth the means. You know what I mean? I don't see it, but hey,...

...you don't. Nate isn't here this episode. I mentioned that at the beginning and we normally fill up this time with nate's notes. So, in lieu of that, I would like to rant a little bit. Would you permit me to do so? Please do, please do. Shit. Recently it was announced at toy story for was going to be released. My Kid love toy story at a certain age, so I've watched all of them. I enjoy them thoroughly. But recently, scrolling through the socials, of course, I see some fat fuck on Youtube who has a reaction video for the toy story for teaser trailer. First off, stop at people. I'm both ends here, because teaser trailers are nothing. They are ridiculous. How people get excited over these things is beyond me. The Toy story for when, I don't know if you saw it, but it's basically just the characters holding hands in slow motion to a song for like a minute and a half. The second thing is, who the fuck makes a reaction video to this shit? And this this is why it bothers me so bad. Just because this toy story in the title. That's something my kid would watch right it because my kid is addicted to Youtube. He loves youtube. He watches and I think I've talked before about this, how it drives me up a fucking wall that people are making tons of money by opening toys and blind bags and everything else, but just by having toy story in the tail, you'll be linked to those kinds of videos. MMM. And I don't want him to see some fat Schmuck who basically looks like me go, Oh my God, did you see buzz light year? He was smiling. Who Cares? Have you ever watching these reaction videos? I have seen some of the reaction videos. I mean we're talking about the lowest part of entertainment, you know, watching someone else reacting to something. A teaser? Why? It's not even a full trailer. I mean, and I'm with you on that too, there are too many pre film teasers. And I mean, you know, like the movies come out. You know, two years ahead of time you're getting a trailer and I'm just like, I can't get excited about this now. You know what I mean, like come back to me when you have some more and but closer to the release date. So it's really not it's people get to worked out. It's just anything to make their voices heard and if anything we've learned, I think, in modern era, is how little we need to hear each other's voices. Yeah, and Youtube is just a fucking worst. I Hate Youtube. I hate you. There's so much content on youtube the world does not need. Now again, the teaser trailer's one thing that they showed you a clip from the movie or something. The other thing we all know about trailers is if you see a good trailer, guess what, you probably saw the best parts of the movie already. Oh Yeah, you really don't need to go see the movie. There's nothing there that's going to surprise you. You basically get to see the good shit for free in a minute and and a half on your television set. But to be Oh, I must post a video reacting to this is just I want to come to your house with my Alvin and the chipmunk's plastic pipe in hand and whip your ass man. Yeah, that is that is lames cell. Let the kids have their fun and you know, just think about do it's anyone care about? Where your reaction video? No, don't. You skip it to yourself. That's fine. It's a lot of good content out there. I mentioned your show in particular, cosmic treadmill, and it kind of bothers me as someone who's also produces content, that the world is just full of this shit. Yeah, well, it's frustrating right here. Thanks me angry. So so they're and I guess to close the show, I would not be a good comic book fan if I didn't mention the passing of Stanlee. This show, of course, is recorded in advance, so the news dropped yesterday, even though, of course, this won't be released for a little while now. But I did want to say it was a sad thing to hear terrible news. One of those things where you know it was coming. You...

...just knew it with his condition, but when you finally find out, I got to be honest, I cried a little bit. A forty year old shed a few tears. No, I'm serious, man, because this guy. It's allowed this guy, and it's not even his stories. I'll be the first who admit I'm not the biggest fan of his scripts. It was more about, for me, mainly his voice. I first remember meeting Stan when he would narrate my favorite cartoon as a kid. You Credible hard hull cartoon and that voice. To me it's like the Voice of God and even this day, if I try to imagine what like God would sound like. To me, he would sound like Stanley, sound like this believers. Yeah, face front and everything else. And you know it's so that that voice to me, just iconic in his role as ambassador to comics. You're going to have people debate the whole Funky flashman thing. I know, basically, was he just more rits and dazzled rather than what he actually created? And to those I say it doesn't matter. It's my answer that is yes, he was that and all of it. He was all of those things. That and he really was a true ambassador to comics for a time there, for a couple of decades, his name, he was synonymous with comics. The landscape of comic books would not look anything the way it looks today, if it would even existed without his work in the industry. And Yeah, it's a real loss. I like you say, it wasn't like a we got blindsided, but he was out there doing his thing up until the last second. So it wasn't like he had like a long convalescence. He's been in the public eye ever, pretty much all the time. Stanley moving shaken baby, and you know, God bless him for it. And it's for me it was like losing a grandfather. Is something meaning. It's weird to feel that way because I never met him right and of course social media was flooded with pictures of people with Stanley, and I look at some of them, my kind of felt bad because he looked good and it look happy to be taking the photo. Not Always, though, you're right, some of them add not all the time, but hey, there's a lot out there. There's a lot, I got to say. There's a lot of Stanley content out there. Oh, yeah, be seen, I'm sure, and so that'll bit. That'll be interesting to find out about the secret writings and, you know, the mind of Stanley. But it's it's too bad, and you know it just a little bit over a year after his wife passed away. Yeah, yeah, well, sad day for comics and he's choking me up right now. The same about yeah, me see that. I do have a hot after all, I do have a soul. Stanley brought it out of me. So there you go. The gifts just keep on giving for what he provided for the world. So I'll I'll Miss Stanley, his presence if nothing else. So, yes, eggs, so, hey, all right, hey, that does it for this episode of the selling out show. Reggie, I want to thank you a bunch for stepping up and well for nate this time out. Very much for having me. A big fan of the show. Glad to be here. Thank you so much. I appreciate the fact that you like me. Sure you're sure? You're like, yeah, I don't know. I don't know if a fully commit to that. Yeah, yeah, kind of guys, I said, I like this. You're part of the shows. That's yeah, you know what, I'll take it. I'll take were right anyway. I am Dave. That is Reggie, and this has been selling out. Infirmary media. Security threats are everywhere, but with excitity x Fi. You're notified of threats to...

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