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Episode 17 · 3 years ago

Ep.#17 Memory Lane

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

"We sure have lived some crazy lives. Wouldn't it be great if we wrote a book?"
"Nah, I'm too lazy for that. Let's start a podcast!"
On this episode we take a trip down memory lane and revisit some moments from 2018. This is a great place for new listeners to check out what we do here at Selling Out and for the regulars to get a good laugh.
Not bad for a couple of guys who technically should be dead. CLICK PLAY!
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Hey, I'm andy. If you don't know me, it's probably because I'm not famous, but I did start a men scrimming company called Harry's. The idea for Harry's came out of a frustrating experience I had buying razor blades. Most brands were overpriced, overdesigned and out of touch. At Harry's, our approach is simple. Here's our secret. We make sharp, durable blades and sell them at honest prices for as low as two dollars each. We care about quality so much that we do some crazy things, like by a world class German blade factory. Obsessing over every detail means we're confident in offering a hundred percent quality guarantee. Millions of guys have already made the switch to Harry's, so thank you if you're one of them, and if you're not, we hope you give us a try. With this special offer, get a hairy starter set with a five blade razor, weighted handle, Shave Gel and a travel cover, all for just three bucks, plus free shipping. Just go to Harry'SCOM and enter five thousand to check out. That's Harry'Scom Code five thousand. Enjoy infirmary media do you remember as kids we would be like walking through the woods and sometimes you just happen upon a couple like pages, ripped up and dirty from like a porn magazine. R and it was always like this doing on the train track. Yeah, it is this over here. It was like a treasure in the woods. If you happened upon it, was like, Whoa, how fucking gross is it that we were picking that up? Will Wow, check this out like some Hobo. Yeah, there's probably masturbating to it, like last night. Yeah, I don't think I ever even thought of that. Like, how horrible was I'm picking that up? It's like a peatree dish on a page. Or is there like some kind of like Easter bunny or something, some kind of like mythical creature? Yeah, that just drops random porno pages in the middle of nowhere. The children defines the Johnny Apple seed of corns, just kind of sprinkling it around. You were now to dig to this selling out podcast. What it does is beaches into your brain chemically and locate your happiest memory chemically and then knocks on that emotion and releases it chemically and then it keeps your happy, happy. Hello, hello, hello, and thank you for tuning into the selling out show. I'm one of your host David Schultz, and I want to start off with a little bit of history about our humble little program it was created after I had a shocking revelation that I may have become pretty tame. I imagine how a conversation would go, given the chance to speak to my younger self. Rather quickly, the answer became clear. He would call me a sellout. You gave up on the dream man. Could that be true, and, if so, is it necessarily a bad thing? After all, I am a graduate from the School of hard knocks and have spent most of my life traveling the path of most resistance. Isn't it already an accomplishment just to be able to live and tell the tale? I like to think so. I called on my longtime friend, Nick Gore Zinski to join me on this project. There isn't much we have an experience, good and bad, during our adventures, and this show would be the perfect place to discuss an imperfect world. If you're the kind of person who's candle burned from both ends and feel lucky to be among the living, our podcast is probably for you. All this being said, I'm on vacation, so what we've prepared for you isn't the best of, or rather a compilation or sampler of clips. Our episodes are quite ECLECTIC, with topics that include religion, cults, Nostalgia, mental health, prison, dating, fear, drugs, time travel...

...and so much more. So be sure to hit up our back catalog. We're proud members of the infirmary media network, which can be found at infirmary dot org, and our show can be found on major podcast providers such as Itunes, spotify, stitcher and iheartradio. Now I pass the mic to nate, who's going to take you on a journey through this selling out Juke box. Don't worry, I won't leave without saying goodbye. So, without further ado, take it away, Amigo Sabby. Thanks Dave. Hey, guys, it's nate and I'm kind of here to walk with you back down memory lane, as it were. Our first clip is from all the way back in episode one, when the world of this podcast was new in everything seemed possible, the Holcyon Days of youth, Huh. Anyway, doesn't get much more nostalgic than this, a news clip involving a man who's been victimized over and over. So he decides to set up security cameras outside his house. And while I he's blessed with evidence of the crimes being committed against him, the local news gets involved. The culprits. Images broadcast on TV all over and now, apparently, even online. Hell, we found it. The world's change in folks. It's harder to get away with doing your dirty work. Everywhere you go you have to assume you're being watched. To some people this is a violation of privacy. To others it provides a sense of security and as long as you're not doing anything wrong, who cares if you always being watched? Right? Me, personally, I think that's like saying who cares? If I don't have freedom of speech, I've got nothing to say anyway. Wow, this got deep fast. Anyway, one thing that's for sure. The subject of our first clip is a man who is tired of being shit on. I think we can all relate to that. I Love News. You love it. It's always bad news, right, yeah, news called the bad news, the bad news bears. It's always bad. Each of the news of the got Fu, Fu, fuck, fuck, fucking. Then then they showed like the last two minutes. Someone saved a cat from a tree and you go on and then they go awesome's Dad, you go fu fuck, fuck, fuck, fuck. So in my travels is scouring the Internet for kind of fun stuff, I came across this story from coat seven on Youtube about a jogger in Knob Hill, New Mexico, who has a serious case of the runs. Let's listen in Wellman caught on security camera. We're leaving herself next to a house and knob hill, and it's not the first time. Newinton access of it is Porta Blissa, Colorado, has too hard to believe video and dug and shelley. At first the man who lives in at home thought maybe it was a homeless person, maybe it was a one time accident when a security cameras caught the same young one or pooping right next to his house. Yet again, it was time to hand a video to us. I like that. It was time to hand the video to us. Yeah, after he's used it for his personal pleasure before times than we probably cared to admit. You know, how long did he have it before he decides to give it to the news? He's like, I'm done with this. Yeah, it's served his purpose, if you know what I mean. It's Easter Sunday. A young woman on her morning run. She makes a turn jogging towards this alley. Then a security camera catches this, drops her pants and let's go, but her shorts back up without any wipe, nothing else. The man who lives at the home did not want his face on camera and wants us to call him bobby. I bet you his real name is bobby. He's couldn't think of anything better at the time. I'm probably man. This is malicious feakle distribution, malicious fecal distribution. Nate, that's it. That's a mouthful, that's a I don't know, that's that's horrible that you just said that. The term malicious fecal distribution and mouthful in the same sense. I'm just copying with Bobby said it was. I didn't come up with that. I'm not smart enough to come up with that. Bobby. You throw you through mouthful in there. Oh yeah, I like how it's malicious though, like compared to what is he like? A good natured fecal yeah, just accidental. She still distribute people...

...distribus. Sorry about that. Spontaneous fecal distribution. This was fucking she's come back multiple times, at least four times. Bobby says he has no idea who she is and why his home has become her personal toilet. Bobby says she always strikes on weekend mornings. In fact, his security cameras caught her once again this past Saturday. So I guess even even these dump runners, he's even malicious fecal people, whatever wot to call them, get a case of the Monday's to the point where they they can only strike on the weekend. Huh? They let loose on the weekends, they let their hair down and shit in the yards. Well, I guess she's easy to find. Yeah, everybody's working for the weekend. Yo, you got that right. I saw this little blond girl running down the street and I was like, Oh my God, that's that's got to be her. Unsure, bobby left his home and did some errands. When he came back, the evidence was there. This is calculated. Look, Look, look, I'm dropping my pants as I'm running. He's hoping this story makes whoever the culprit is stop once and for all. If it happens again, I want to run out there with a hose and hoser down and say bad human. I like how Bobby's response to dealing with this is probably the way he deals with all of life's issues. He's like, I didn't get that raise I wanted, so I sprayed my boss down and tone lash him as if he was a dog. Bad human. Yeah, bad boss, barb bad, bad, come get you one. Now Bobby has not called police and made a complaint. He says he's not sure if police will take this seriously. We reached out to APD. It's possible if this woman is caught, she could be charged with a misdemeanor for public nuisance or disorderly conduct. Imagine you get the luck, and I mentioned this to you in the past, like you meet a girl in a bar and she's really hot. She's out of your league. Well, for some reason she's interested in you and you're like, Oh wow, man, what's going on here? And then I'm like she must lead like a secret double life. Then makes her available to a guy of your caliber and for you you like wow, this is girl's great but then she turns out to be the secret KNOB. He'll poop runner, no KNOB, he'll poop runner in New Mexico and you like fuck. You know, I thought I was onto something here. This is going to be a great life, I was going to have a gonna get married, but she just likes to defecate in people's lawns on the weekends and nobody's perfect. Yeah, he said, do you still going to bring her home to mom? I'm you got to be careful. She might do something on the lawn. We don't know. I don't know. Is that a deal breaker? You know, I for me, kind of it isn't. Yeah, twenty years ago maybe not, but now, yeah, I don't know. Maybe bobby might be into this, might be a this might be a romantic story. In the end it'll turn out bobby's found the love of his life, just you, and that's such a sweet story to tell your kids some day. How did you how did you and Mommy meet? Well, she was shitting in my yard and I hosed her down. You know the rest of his history. This is just a weird news stories actually from I didn't say this from the jump, but this is from like five years ago. So I wonder. I haven't seen any updates online. Where are they now? Exactly? We need an update. We need an update. We need to know where she ever caught. Is She going too hiding? You she liked the UNIBOMBER, living in a cabin up in the wood, somewhere seemingly normal. We don't know. So if anybody out there here's more stories like that, make sure you send them into us. We'd like to cover them on the show and we get some more stuff we're going to talk about. But first a word from our fake sponsor. This is crack rock cocaine. It isn't glamorous or cool kids stuff. It's the most addictive kind of cocaine and it can kill you. It's really bad. Is Nobody knows how much it takes, so every time you use it you risk dying. It isn't worth it. Look, everybody wants to be cool, but doing it with crack isn't just wrong,...

...could be dead wrong. All right, everybody, I hope you listen to Peewee, follow his life lessons there and make sure you stay off the crack. Yes, always listen to Poo. Always listen to pe we especially when it's about crack. Okay, all right, guys. I hope everyone paid attention to that Heartfelt Image from pee wee Herman, most likely a condition of his probation back in the day. But, but, yeah, speaking of the correctional system, this podcast has been no stranger to the topic. You know, Dave and I have a colorful history of substance abuse and criminal activity which for the most part has faded with age, but I for one didn't make it out without a pretty lengthy criminal record. This next bit from our fifth episode is about how people get by in jail, for the most part in entrepreneurial way, in a place where the official jobs rarely pay at all. You know you can work in the kitchen serving food or in the laundry washing uniforms and bed sheets, but the only payment you get in there is maybe some extra food, you know, or just something to do to get you out of yourself. A lot of these prisoners are homeless and penniless when they go in in a man will often lose weight if he's just eating the three quote meals the jails serve. So the Hustle is alive and well on the blocks, and it's not all just about Jack in the new guy for his sneakers. There are a lot of ways to make money that don't you know, aren't over the counter, so to speak. You are there. They're under the table sort of jobs as as in you got people that are good artists and will draw a portrait of, you know, another inmates kid or something like it, like say, Hey, I have this photo of my son, can you draw a nice portrait of him? And that stuff's worth money in there. Man, the barter system is alive and well in prisons. Like people will do your laundry for you by hands, because you send your your clothes to the laundry service in prison. It's sometimes comes out stained and gross, like I don't trust my laundry being sent in and washed with everyone else's stuff. For some reason it just always comes back gross and and really wrinkly into say, I don't know. And so there are people on the blocks that will hand wash your stuff and in their cells and it kills time for them, like because your board and there a lot of prison is just, you know, not finding ways to kill boredom. So these people are washing clothes, Huh, and then they get paid for it. You might you know when and and the way they get paid for it. They say, okay, every shirt I wash I charge a candy bar or a couple Romans soups or whatever you know. They they're they're pay paid in canteen items, the items you buy, although I am super paranoid. Oh Yeah, about candy now, like when I was a kid. Is, if you said here's some candy, I be like yeah, great, let me's fucking eating. The reason now? Yeah, exactly, the old not the wives tales with the urban legends, right. MM. There's razors, is fucking cyanide is. I saw a news report now that there's like ecstasy pills or whatever, but the police of warning people watch out for the candies that may appear to be some kind of Halloween treat, will make you trip your balls. Dude. Nobody is giving away free fucking ecstasy, the fucking people. So, unfortunately, some lessons in jail are harder than others. Often a person goes in for the first time as a Braddy kid, and enough time will temper and mold you, so as you get older you'll notice your behavior has changed. Of course this is true in all of life,...

...but certain scenarios, especially places where the normal rule and law are supplanted with a more animal code of like Social Darwinism. Like prison, for example. Things just have to be learned quickly or things can get really uncomfortable quickly. Also from episode five, this next clip is when I told this little story about how just not minding your own business can put you in a pretty difficult situation when I first went in. Okay, so I my first my first sentence of serving a year, and I happen to come in the same day as this Lebanese dude. It's not not a racist thing, I'm just saying it to make it easier to identify him as the story goes on. So I'm new in, this little Lebanese dude who's a few years younger than me, happens to strike up a conversation at the bullpen and that court with me, and turns out he's in there because some underage girl is accusing him of like grabbing her tits or something not so wholesome, you know. And okay, yeah, of course he swears he's innocent or whatever. For some reason he's just telling me the story, despite that being like a charge that can get you fucked up or or force you to check into protective custody when you're in there. I mean, you know, a charge like that. You know, you shouldn't be talking about that because people don't want to hear that they're sharing a block with with a diddler or, you know, a rapist or as the biggest. No, no, right, yeah, that's a big one, that snitching stuff like that. So so anyway that I get locked up, I get out of court, they bring me to the jail. They put us in separate units. So I didn't see the kid for a while. So like eight months later I'm in this comfortable block, I'm working in the kitchen, I've gotten to know a lot of people, I'm in the Groove, you know. I got my routine down and one one day the Lebanese kid is moved onto our block and he's gotten comfortable in jail too. So He's all loud and being this young thug type WHO CAUSES A lot of commotion, talking a lot of Shit, and he's just an irritating presence on the block. So the the group I tended to hang around with that at the time just mostly happened to be big white dudes, probably, you know, probably affiliated with groups I don't agree with, but I was young and I had heard that you stay with your own race, etc. Is My first time in. So they weren't like overt Notzi skinheads or anything, just a bunch of solid white dudes, they called them, and they were cool with me because I was white too. They call them solid. Well, I was like the thing, like you know, hey, man, you're solid, you're cool. Yeah, you solid white dude, your your so, you, you, you know. It's like yeah, basically your stand up dude whatever. So okay. Yeah, and I mean there's a so sort of code in there where, like I said, if you have a shady charge like a sex crime or hurting a kid or a snitch or whatever, it says so on your paperwork, and then there would be a valid reason to force someone out of the block and into protective custody. So one of these big white dudes I knew actually said one day what, like I wish we had a reason to check that Lebanese kid into pc because he's so loud and annoying. Like I wish we had some valid reason, because they weren't going to just do it for no reason, because the Lebanese kid was as affiliated with a gang to and you can't just attack some gang member without a valid reason or you're going to start a gang more in there, you know. But I knew that the kid was in there for allegedly touching and underage girl. and rather than mind your own business, you know, as I've learned to do in the meantime, I was all caught up in the energy of these tough dude saying fuck this kid, we need a reason to get him off the block, and so I said. So I go, Hey, if you guys, emphasis on you guys, check,...

...check his paperwork. I hear he's got like a diddler charge, like a touch in an underage girl charge. So I expected these guys to be all psyched and to start making moves. Well, what I didn't know at that young age is that what these guys wanted more than anything was like entertainment. And since I was the one who was putting the you know, touching kid jacket on the guy, like I'm the one that's calling him a diddler or whatever, they wanted me to go check the kid in like personal fuck. And I didn't even really care enough about the situation to like fight the kid or confront him. I was just some young assholes. Should have kept my mouth shut and right. Yeah, but totally. Yeah, I thought those big dudes wanted a reason to check the kid in, but instead now they're looking at me like, Dude, you're accusing him of this, then it's you who goes and handles it. And for them it's just all entertainment. They all get to watch the shit go down him. So it does make sense. I mean, I was the one who said something. I was I was just trying to be a little pussy and keep my hands clean at the time. Yeah, but now it's turning to glad eater, you know. So now I had to go to the kid and be like hey, man, you gotta go, you know. And of course the kid wanted to fight, to stand up for himself and try to regain some honor. And from a minute I was nervous that somehow that charge was maybe somehow off his record now or something, and and I'd have to deal with issues with his gang or something for calling this kid a skin or when he wasn't. And but when we were alone, right before he took his first swing at me in the mob closet or whatever, he kind of whispered in this pathetic voice, dude, why'd you have to say anything so I knew. Yeah, I knew it was valid and, despite him being this loud mouth, like pest on the block, I actually felt a little bad, like I don't know the whole story. Maybe he didn't really touch the girl and she was just, you know, a bitch. It was like talking to I don't know, and I betrayed his trust. Even though, you know, the kid has a diddler charge, I still felt I'm still somebody who, how is so fucking weird. Man, this is like it's a terrible comparison, but it's like high school. You trying to fit in with a certain click. Yep, you know, and you think you're doing something to appease that click and they turn it on you and you're not like one of them anymore. You just like a fucking lab run. Yeah, I was a crash dummy. They call that, like a crash dummy when they yeah, yes, fucked up, they can send some dude to go do some shit and entertain them and fight crazy. Yeah, it's I was a crash dummy, but I do. So how this fight go down? You? You said you're in a mop closet. Yeah, he whispered to you, like why the fuck you betray me and then you guys just start swinging. Yeah, basically he swung at me and I mean I yeah, I still I had to fucking hit the kid. I mean I really only connected like three or four times before the people started saying, like the guards are coming and whatnot. And and I have a longer reach than the kid and I was definitely connecting with his face when he was more just kind of glancing off me with his you know, just I didn't even have marks on me and everyone, everyone ended up scattering and when the guards did their next like scheduled count, they happen to notice this kid had, you know, his face was all swollen and they took him to the infirmary and he never ended up coming back to the block and he apparently never snitched on me either for doing it. And, most importantly, perhaps I never had issues with the gang, so presumably I wasn't wrong about all this shit, you know. But yeah, but that was a big early lesson for yeah, you never did that again. No, I stay out of the Shit, you know, after that, I mean some people live for that, some people go in there and it's they call it wreck. I'm getting wreck like recreation, like...

I'm going to go get some wreck, I'm going to go like start a fight with this dude, and they enjoy but to me, I want to do my time easily. I want to be in there get it done as quick as possible and anything that upsets my little routine, it fucks you ship. Dude. You get into this routine when you're locked up where you learn what to do in the morning, what to do, you know, in between Chow to fill your time, and the whole point of the day is how do I fill my day and get this day over with so I can start the next one and kill that day. And next thing you know, the time is pretty much flying by. Like I said before that prison time is like the fastest increment of time. It seems to fly by. Next thing you know you're turning around. You're like wow, that month just flew by, and that's great when you're in there, but when you get a little older or you've you know, you're realizing you're you spent however many years in there, you start realizing, wow, I'm just trying to kill my life and get it over with. You're not appreciating your life, you're just trying to kill the time. And Yeah, and that is the real punishment in there. It's that they're stealing life from you. They're stealing like they take you away from the things that you enjoy and you just have to get through it. And so I learned at some point that you don't stop living when you're in there, like I had to learn that. Like, look, I have to still laugh, I I have to still enjoy myself in here I'll go crazy. Sure, we all know vaping saves lives, but now I want to save you some money. Visit Northland vaporscom probably made in North Dakota. Northland vapors line of elquids contain no artificial sweeteners, are dike tone free and won't gunk up your coils. Whether you're quitting smoking or an experienced vapor northland carries a variety of flavors and hardware, making it a onestop shop for all your vaping needs. Northland believes quality doesn't need to be costly, and right now you can use code selling out nineteen and save nineteen percent off. There already amazing prices. So what are you waiting for? Get your head into the clouds and shop online at Northland vaporcom or visit their locations in more head and the MIDGE MINNESOTA. Some products contain nicotine, adults only. So we've heard about dark places that exist where animal type behavior is present in men. Kind of scary to some people, I suppose. Well, what about the creatures of the night, the ones from our nightmares and from the silver screen? Is it possible to become awarewolf is, like canthropy, based on some form of reality? Anton lavay seemed to think so, but his method of bringing out our inner beast is questionable at best. Just for reference, this was from our fear episode and, so as not to confuse the new listener, there is a callback in this to an earlier discussion in which Dave mentioned seeing a terrifying apparition of the planters peanut man in his grandmother's basement as a kid and it kind of scarred him. So we mentioned it in the clip, so I'd be remiss if I didn't mention it here. When we were younger it was a lot more of religion censoring stuff and and it's gotten a little easier as we've gotten older. But Anyway, my point is I did a lot of reading of like different philosophies that weren't Christianity, and one of which I got into Anton Lavey, who is like the founder of this branch of Satanism, the Church of Satan, and all this. You know, and may you didn't mention you wore a lot of black. Yeah, Dude, if it in, I was it was my it was my duty to read ant on the way. But but anyway, there was...

...an interesting chapter in one of his books, this book, the I think it was the devil's notebook, one of his books. It wasn't the Satanic Bibles, this other one he wrote, but there was a chapter on like anthrapy, which is the changing into a Werewolf, which obviously is a silly thing. It's science fiction or her but he made an interesting point. He said to get as close as you can to changing into an animal, basically, you take one of these primal emotions, or whatever you want to call it, like fear, he said, specifically go to a place where it causes fear and you whether it's you know, you walk by this cemetery that always scared you as a kid, or or the haunted house that we mentioned earlier, the basement where you saw Mr peanut dancing around. Go go somewhere like that that causes this primal level of fear, and hopefully you've got one that it's almost intolerable how scary it is. You go there and then you achieve orgasm, whether you bring somebody with you and you have sex, you masturbate, whatever it is, and I'm masturbating in my name is basement, Mr Fuck. Maybe Mr Peanut will give you a handy or something. He's watching me, that know. But the the point of it all is that the combination of those two, those are as primal as we can get as humans in this day and age. Fear and sex, you know, and if you come he said that when you achieve that point, like theoretically, you're as close as as close as you can be to animal level. And I don't know, it was an interesting topic. Is An interesting thing. I never tried it because, yeah, I'm not in the habit of Jerkinoff in a cemetery, but you never know, might be something to check out. I'm not going to suggest it to our listeners, but if if you try it, you know right all many body's inspired enough to become a werewolf. Yeah, manor something. It was those crazy people, the the furries at like each other or something, cause players Sherman, and maybe they try something like that. But yeah, I think I'm cool with my normal saggy human form that are just kind of bitching about ten minutes ago. Yeah, man, if you're going to do this, invest in some razors first, because if you're awarewelf, I guess they got kind of Harry. Yeah, and bail. You might want some bail money and the ready because you know, yeah, it's cemetery. Is something. You know someone who was to leave flowers on bubby's grave and they see you and before you know it scoop scoop. Yep, we're grown UPS now, we plan ahead. So yeah, a little bail money, some razors, yea. And Elvis was another incredibly well respected musical icon who for some reason gets a pass historically, despite his pension, for criminally young girls. He met and started, quote, dating his wife Priscilla, when she was only fourteen. Elvis was a drugged up gun toting a Feba file, but yet he's second only to Jesus Christ in many households across Merica to this day. Are you trying to tell me this velvet painting I have here the king is actually a painting of a child molester. What's next? Accident? Tell me that our Kelly don't know how to use a potty. Is that right? Okay, so we've now discussed public defecation used as a weapon. We've heard about life on the inside of prison walls. We've even learned how to become a werewolf, or at least how to pick up a really hard to explain sex offender charge. Anyway. Finally, we come full circle right where we started. A couple guys making fun of something on TV. Our last clip is from our funny box episode in in it, we learn about the personal lives of a troubled couple who...

...are out their dirty laundry on daytime television, I assume, interspersed originally with commercials for ambulance chasing, lawyers and online universities. We also learned that Dave has a low bar for what he will watch on television. What's next, Dave? We're going to discuss a morty Povich paternity test episode. Is that show even on anymore? Is Anybody even listening to me whatever? Let's hear about Davante and his little shirts and is extremely patient significant other as they go on national television to try to fix their relationship with the help of a judge who doesn't know them for Shit. Is it America? Awesome? All right, there's a wide variety of port shows on TV. I tend to avoid them like the plague. I mean, I can't understand how anybody would want their public business being on TV, especially I think you all kind of go in expecting you're going to lose. See just look like a fucking asshole to begin with. But are you familiar with divorce court at all? I mean, I'm sure I've heard of it, but there's so many, like you mentioned, so many court shows, I'm not sure that I've seen that one in particular. But okay. Well, here on divorce court we get judge Perkins, who takes on cases where couples are on the verge of calling it quits. I had it all the other day, and this particular proceedings had a young woman named Christie complaining that her boyfriend, Devante, is a dead beat, and I kind of want to share it with the world. I don't want to suffer alone. Okay. So so what do you say we listen in a little bit on this case, sounds good. Good Day, Ladies and Gentlemen, here today with Christy Jemison and Devante Daniels. Miss Jemison, you are done through, sick of it, tired, you've had enough. Miss Daniels, Mr Daniels, you think you can save it, so that's what you're here to do. I'm going to start with you, Miss Demonson. Why don't you tell me a little bit about your relationship and why we're here today? Well, we had today because I broke up with devante. Basically, I took care of him for throwing the heavy is. Devante is a liar. Yea Cheetah, he a bum. All he did was mooch off me the whole relationship. Jesus, tell us how you really feel, Miss Jamison. Yeah, those are some strong words for sure, but me, I gonna I got to say something here. Buddy, hat Chimachi, she's a looker. Uh Yeah, UH, yeah, not bad. You know, she's pretty hot. I let her denigrate me all day long. Hey, I don't know she's Your Cup of tea, but she's right for me. I think she's most people's Cup of tea. Yeah, she's she's a houghty. Yeah, she talks a little funny. She's got some braces in there whatever. But yeah, totally look fast that, Mama. and to describe Davante a little bit, just so everybody out there can kind of visualize it, he's got pink dreads, a pink shirt and he has a tattooed eyebrow. But we're about to learn that he's actually a go get. H MMMM. He lie about sending resumes to job. I'd take the same box. Nothing. So, who are you sending jobs to? I'd sack the history on the Internet. Nothing. Then lies, John. I'm old school. I'm not that text heavy. Im out and go hand them to the jobs myself. Nay, I can respect this. I mean he wants to show off his weares and person, but I a little curious as to who even accepts walkins anymore. I know, yeah, man it. This guy is definitely an analog job applicant. I mean I kind of identify with that. I'm not tech savvy either, but from the picture missus Jamison Paints of this dude, I don't I don't know if he's motivated enough to be out delivering resumes by hand. Do you know when he could just do it? From the comfort of his own home online. Know this is Ya true? I don't know true. I mean, I'm just I'm still kind of wondering what kind of job you just walk in and give you resume for Strip club bouncer. I know even the if I really donalds wants you to ply online, you know exactly right. We're the fuck is he going? I don't get it. I have a feeling he's not telling us a truth.

His looks, however, MMM, may make it hard to score when he walks through the door. Absolutely when I met him he didn't look like that. What do you look like? He look normal, like a normal dude, you know, normal, no shirt on, with the picture it all. Verry is normal dude. And this dude. How much did it cost you to become that dude? Over twenty five hundred? Twenty five hundred dollars, yes, and like when you're seventy. You know how that's gone subtle out. I'm all right with that. I'm all right with how, because that's fifty years from now. Yeah, that's a long time. I got some time to regret that later. Are you ever concerned that your physical appearance will somehow hinder your ability to become employed. No, because I am employed at the moment. What are you doing? I work for a very important motor company. I'm I think the word little is what got me about the whole description of him back in the like. Look at him with his normal little shirt on it. It sounds downright adorable, you know, you think so. Yeah, what what happened to our normal little dude with his normal little shirt? It's just he's a dude. Just a little shame. What happened, you know? Well, what about the tattoos? Oh, dude, I mean, I don't know what she calls him. You know, she says he used to be like normals, a relative term. I don't know that. Yeah, face tattoos are kind of I don't know, I don't know if that's worth the twenty five hundred. You know, it the yeah, I'll say this old man. What's wrong with living in the now? You know, he says got some time to regret that later. You know, it's like at least he's aware. It's never too early to start regretting. You know. Yeah, face tattoos, neck tattoos. Regret is the gift that keeps on giving, you know. Yeah, I got fifty years. I fifty years to go before I start feeling like shit. Yeah, well, by then, who cares anyway? You're sagging, everything's drooping. You know whatever, it's no big deal. The thing I kind of found funny here about the guy is that when they asked what he does for a living, HMM, he says, I work for a very important motor and it's like like motor company. But he pauses as if he's like searching for an industry in his mind is like, what can I say here? Dude, what the Fueh? I know what the fuck is a motor company. Either it's really bad at lying or he just has no idea what kind of jobs exist. You know, he's like, I work at a motor company. Yeah, he's gonna say like a bad fitters or something. Yeah, exactly, but but it just didn't sound like Regal enough. It didn't carry enough away. so He's just like motor company and Motor Company. What do you guys do there? Company Motors? Yeah, we work with motors. Hey Go had a job? Where do you? Like? A job? Myself to make sure she got up to go to her job. So we both didn't have jobs. You mean to tell you, tell me it took you all day to get it for that. Ah, it took you all day to get her to work. No, I did not get her to work. I just make sure she went. I didn't even get paid for that. I did a like volunteer status out of the goodness of my heart. Well, maybe he didn't have a car before he started working for the motor hmm company here, you know. But but you know what I'm gonna tell you, man, I kind of again, I kind of respect that. Yeah, he's finally being honest. And you know, she looks fairly high maintenance here, so who knows, maybe it was like an assembly line gig or something. Yeah, getting her ready for work. I mean, I really but seriously, that is a legitimate job. I will stand by him on that. I am with you, Davante, all the way. You don't want to do nothing like I'll go to work, leave him a whole in list of stuff to do. I get home, the house dirty, him and his friends around been bumps, having a bump fist. There might be a chip bag or two lying around next to the consoles, yes, but no more than that. Consoles. Is that? Yeah, is that connected to your home theater equipment. I think he has such a like an intimate relationship with video games. M He came up with a pet name for his playstation or something, console. Yeah, it's fancy, sounds like it's got a form of French, the language I love. Really,...

...it's like going to target. You call it targe. He's got the consoles in this stupid that it took me thrown the half yes over last like okay, I gotta do something about this, like he gotta go. Well, better late than never, I guess. Yeah, totally, man. Ladies, the moment, you're living room is littered with empty funding bags. You know what she got here. You either run or you reside with the fact you know. Don't come three and a half years later, seeing you're stupid. She belittles me and she gets possessive at town. It's more of the belittling when her coming home. Give me an example of her, of what she's done. When I come home in a Choy, when she comes home in a tour isn't done. First thing you do is say, Oh, what you in? Do you and do none all day. You just bummy, extra bummy. You Ain't got none going this and that. That's all I heard every day when she come home. She's always fussing pick this up, clean this up, and I asked for a little help. I just ask for a little help, if she could just help me, maybe vacuum or something like that. This chick sounds lazy as fuck. I think he should just get out of there. You know she's not. He take his chip bags and run. Yeah, is going? I'm fucking up. I don't know, man, you don't listen. For my personal experience. He's Lucky, Oh, absolutely lucky, that he did not get pelted with the rolling pin. They I have welts on my buttocks the size of pancakes. Okay, Oh yeah, man. So this guy, you know, listen, a few, I don't know, bad words toss his way. is nothing absolutely compared to the punishment I get at home. Oh my God, man, I don't want to see most people, but I know a lot of people who would would die to be in this. Dudes, you know, last three years of whatever. Yeah, totally. I mean again, she's a fucking smoke ball. Yeah, but one. So you can put up with anything here. And here's the thing, man, he is putting out his last plea yes, right up now. So you want her back? I want her back. Yes, give me your best turn around and tell her, woman something. Do you mind? I know, go out it, Christ you have all you not done with him, and I'm sorry for everything I did and I want you back. Will you take the Kid Bay one last time. I'M gonna change. Man, your Honna what Dang? Merely, I was just a little boy when we make. I'm now a full grown man. I'm now a full grown man. See, see, that's why he can't wear the little shirts anymore. He's grown. Don't let the stupid neon dreads and face tattoos fool you, dude. Dude, sounds like a soundcloud mumble rapper, but you know these he's grown. You know. Hey, he's out of the Oshkosh bagosh phase, especially first film. But my guess. You know this guy's a poet. He really is. Despite being bummy, he's truly found his honey and Devante, wherever you are out there right now. I salute shooting. For what exactly, I'm not entirely sure, but seeing this on TV amused me. I don't know that says about me is a human being, probably nothing good, but yet I was interested in this guy and I kind of want to know what's going on with him. So, you know what, in this spirited television, give him a Sitcom. Sounds good. Man. He looks like a modern day start dutey looks like little Yachti, this little soundcloud rapper, but on, on Crystal Meth, I don't know, I know really, I'm not familiar with it. I was going to say he looks like a malnourished Chuck Mosley or something. Yeah, that too, he does. That's a good point. Much like Davante, I'm actually looking for sympathy from our listeners, you know, because I need someone to take me away from daytime TV. Yeah, so if anybody out there has some activities for me to do, I welcome them. Yes, to keep me busy between the hours of I don't know, noon and too, because I never want to go through this again. Phone number for a support group or something so you can get off these daytime TV shift day from the selling out show. Here to tell you about spunk loub spunk loube is a multi award winning mom can't use by professionals in the adult film industry. Spunk is available in hybrid pure silicone, natural and pink. Spunk is made with the highest quality ingredients and is non stating, Hypo allergenic and cleans with ease. Enhance your love life with spun...

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