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Episode 4 · 3 years ago

Ep.#4 Pets

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

This episode, Our esteemed hosts talk about the non-human members of our families. What are the guys' feelings on pets? They discuss the animals they have loved and/or hated over the years, some of the lessons learned along the way, and even a bloody finale to the lives of two hamsters in the throes of passion. Yeah, it gets weird.
Also on the docket: What are the little things in life that really get under our skin? We go from pets to the pettiest of pet peeves, in a cute play on words that honestly confused a couple of listeners in this week’s Selling Out Sound Off. And finally, Nate’s Notes exhumes the corpse of Worcester MA’s 90s-era local music scene, specifically the beloved and deeply missed all-ages venue known as the Espresso Bar.

2:10-Fur babies and their “parents”
6:57-Nate’s history of Cats and other critters
10:20-Dave’s Karmic fate is a dog
14:08-Smaller beasts and harsh lessons learned
19:30-Nate sympathizes with crazy cat people.
21:20-less cuddly beasts that slither and flap about
26:19-parolees and labradoodles (and pit bulls)
35:06-Selling Out Sound-off (pet peeves)
47:20-Nate’s Notes

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...on the back of their cars like paws,like my, my children have four paws or whatever, and I see this kind of stuffand I hate being the nay saying, Willi Nilly jerk off whowas like these motherfuckers. What are you doing? You know, but that's me, I see this stuff and itdrives me insane. I I gets an animal, it's a frigking dog and I own a dog.You know that I have a dog rightright, an I don't like my dog, exactly I don'tlike the little thing it bothers the hell out of me barks and everything itmakes a mess. I got the darn thing in September and just now, it's finallypotty trained just now, wow that was a poop filled half a year or whatever Ohboy, inbelievable, just going wherever it wanted and and like I, I waswondering how do I train this thing, because it's not like the old dayswhere you smack it with a rolled up newspaper, because if you did that thefur parents or whatever, what do they call the for baby parents or what Idon't know, an psychopaths S, Gon psychoists, nut jobs, okay, they'll beup up your ass, like hey man, you can't Spank your dog, you know and what I,what I kinda took to was your famous thing. When we were kids, you alwaysdid this wonderful, Morgan, Freeman, impersonation yeah. I do it to my dog, sometimes likethe scene from seven and don't come out, stay away from that ow go l get outthere. I do that voice and my dog just looks at me. Like you know, Te Fitle,California stay way, Fr, wait a Minte all come in there, but yeah. I man,people put their animals in clothing. They buy them excessories, they dophoto shoots, they buy them birthday, cakes and I am all four people caringabout you know animals again, I don't I don't. I mean it's true. I just gon to behonest here, but you know, if that's your thing, you're not hurting anybodymore power to yet, but that is just weird weird. No, I I understand, Ithink, for the potty training thing I wonder sometimes it's like. Could theymake some kind of a a diaper or something for animals e? Ifsomeone has a pet monkey, you always see it walking around in a diaper, andI don't know it's like, I think, a dog though, or a cat. I I'm more familiarwith cats, but a cat. If you put a Digronat, I don't think it would work'cause. I think it oud spend the whole time trying to tear the thing off h. SoI don't know how that would W. I don't know if there's an answer to thequestion I other than I've always had cats. Like I said right. Cats are a loteasier because if you put a litter box in front of Hem, their instinct is todig and Shit and cover it and with dogs. They just don't have that instinctsthey just they shit and they they at best they'lleat it. So, oh Goyeah, that's e ood as it gets they do make pants for dogs. Isaw that on a new story. Yeawell, I guess some kid as a joke,with his girlfriend did a diagram like w dogs, wear pants on two legs or fourlegs and there's actually a company that will sell like I shouldn't evenreally call I pants it's more like ate of those things the fishermen wear liket e little rubber H. I don't even know waiters, aters andJumpu whatever you want to call it and just to keep your dog clean when itgoes for a walk if it's like muddy outside or whatever, but I don't knowman, it's just too much for me. It really is. I can't I can't get into themind of those people. I can't understand. My mother is one of thosepeople yeah yeah. I know I always remember that, like I remember your D,your mother had the dog that would say mamma. She had some hope, yeah Y, atrained it same mamma, the smartest dog I ever seen is trippy really trippy andwhen we say it would speak and say mamma, it would more like it was morelike a growl yeah, which I will not do. Okay, I was going to say I'm not goingto do that on radiathough. I just didthank you very much and went for thedead. That was a pretty cool dog, well trained dog. But again I I I caredabout that dog, probably more than any other animal on my entire life, an n,the history of of owning pets, but still I'm not getting a BUMPA sticker,not doing it. I don't know mean I I've...

...had a veritable menagerie of animalsover the thirty nine years. I've spent on this planet then right right, myparents, like I've, said we're cat people I' never had a dog. When I was akid but of lots of cats, like my folks, would take in a stray that was hangingout in our yard and then often that cat would have kittens and we'd usually endup just keeping the KITTENS and eventually my folks would start gettingthe cats fixed, but then sometimes we'd taken another stray A. I don't mean tomake it sound, like my house, with some crazy gress cat lady hoveled Lard withfelines, but we lived in a pretty Woodsy, nosuperpopulated area of a quiet, fairly rural town. So my the house wasn't tiny,it wasn't huge, but it was big enough to to howotall those cats. You knowyou've been there and you let 'em outside it's not like you're, allacting your living room or something they were roaming free. Yes, my myfolks were big on the philosophy that, like outdoor cats, maybe their livescould potentially be shorter R, roaming in the woods or on to roads, but atleast they had a fuller life. They way seemed happy hunting, rodents orwhatever they do. You know so natural selection eating or destroyed, orsomething by Y. U know, forces greater than themselves, it was meant to beyeah man I mean yeah. I don't know, I think my my cats. Now we have one thatgoes in and out, but h for the most part, they're all indoor. Now 'cause,we've lost a few and it's I don't know you'r question for you na yeah you wejust talked about your youth with your parents, owning all the cats. How manycats do you own now is an adult. We have four cats right now, four R and H,but that's just the beginning. Right now we have oh Jesus yeah. Oh mygoodness, man Um we're actually down a little bit. We've had a point whereyeah we have. We have four cats. Three ferrets at one point were down to one.We had a couple of rabbits: WE'VE END TH in a dog we have a dog and he'sa nice lazy dog and really easy. I don't like rambuntious, Barky, sort ofdogs and Max our dog is, is pretty chill he's a Bassett Hound, Englishbulldog mix, so he's he's lazy. A his biggest problem is that he drools a lotbut other than that he's pretty gummy yeah but um. But the big thing is thatwe have four horses right now, ND and h about five years ago, I moved in withmy girlfriend Carley and she's a pet person like me, but she's jacked, up tolike eleven great yeah, you know what's great, isthat when anybody who's Listeng to our show before when we we start the showand NA always talks about cleaning up after horselees or an animal, it'slegit you're not kidding. That's what you do. Absolutely man yeah my life isis full of of animals and animal feces and all that stuff, but h yeah.Fortunately I do. I do love the animals man. If, if it was you, I don't thinkyou could. I don't think you could live with with someone like Carley. You knowshe' s, she's, a great girl, she's, ofs, Yah Asolatme, O he's dedicated to heranimals, and- and I I click with that, so it's good yeah animal people muststick with animal people, sure sure I think it's more important than religionin our relationship, honest with, like I I could totally you know. We talkedabout religion in the past and it's not really a a big thing for me, a th, my wife, but we both have toagree on our feeling on pets and even with the dog that we have now, it was more for my son because he wasterrified of dogs. I don't know where that came from. Maybe it was school,but he'd be riding his bike in the park and if a dog came within fifteen feet,he'd be paralyzed with fear well and I', say son. What are you doing he's like?They have vampire at teeth, Daddy, they're, going to bite me and stuck myblood. Oh all, I can think is yeah. You...

...must have heard that from a friend orwhatever. So I'm like I, I don't want him being like that around animals,because I mean what, if you ever have to defend yourself, you can't go to aneighbor's house or a friend's house if they have a pet and his aunt had a dog that she bought. Shedidn't want, and I said well, it's a small little thing: How bad could it be?Is Cute, it's a puppy and it's been a complete nother nightmare. But my myson now is is warm towards animals. He sees dogs he's not freaked out anymore.So as far as that's concerned mission accomplished good, but it's become mydog. No one else takes care of the fucking thing. Nobody somehow W O endedup. The guy ended up with the complete hundred percent responsibility, walkingand feeding it Showerin, the down you name it the whole nine yards and H. Ijust resent it. That's your circle of Hell, man, you somehow ane, maybethat's, maybe that's Carma, maybe w. We think that we've ended up in such acomfortable place after years of of messing up our lives, but you aredealing with your Carma of having to deal with the dog. You know you now youmight be on to something there, because the history in my life of pets isn'tvery good. It really isn't. I I one of my firstmemories of a pet that I had was when I was a kid. My mom bought a kitten andit would never respond to anything. You do like a little click, satin or snap,your fingers and it wouldn't do Jack Shit and at the time I was watching alot of kids in the hall on the Comedy Channel and they had this skin aboutthe lowpars rang umber that one yep guslanding outside a house just yellingLopez, loes yeah, to no avail. I know you're in there lowpes Lo pet, and so Idecided to call the cat lopens a because it didn't answer to anythingand one day Lopez. Wasn't there and I said to my mom, I like what happened toLoapa and she said Wy. I left the door open, I don't know what happened thereand we never saw it again. Don't Lo ther yelling, for it, no no thatst,that's completely pointless and then in my early twenties was it. I was livingup in Maine and I was not living the healthiest lifestyle as far as h,imbibing things and chemicals and whatnot- and I don't know if youremember, but I had a fish tank yeah. Oh yeah, nice dirty fish, nink. Well,the thing was, it was filty and every stoner thinks all heaven. Fish is greatman and you start think it's trippy whatever and I would watch the fishthis is before I was filthy. I noticed one an just Pooh and the other one justeat the poon and not to myself what filthy dirty little fucking things Ijust gave up on him and to the point when I left man and I moved, the waterwas completely utterly green and you couldn't see anything in the tank untillike a little pair of lips. Whe just hit the glass I ano yeah, exactly likeHoly Shit, they're still alive and a few of them ere still alive. So I I Idon't want to come off is like I'm some kind of animal abuser letter orsomething I'm not. I not an abuser. o Pets mean I was as young and stupid,but maybe that's why now I'm stuck with this fucking dog yeah Karma KarmaBitchman. It is. It truly is yeah m an those those little animals and thingsin cages like in addition to cats, when it was, we had a long line of randomcaged animals from fiddler, crabs and fish to lizards and eventually hamsterscats live awhile and their death can be pretty traumatic for kids. Luicik would do a bit where hementioned how pets can be a useful tool in teaching kids about mortality. He'dsay like so. You know what happened to the Goldfish yeah. Well. Well, grandma,now SOS grandmother died. You know they were at least a little prepped, but thelittle animals are good 'cause. You don't have time to get super attachedand they're, not really cudly or as individual with their own discerniblepersonalities. So duat one point my...

...brother and I each had a hamster in theshared cage and all was well until one night we got home and we found a bloodymess where the hamsters had been Um. I heard at the time- and I don't know ifthis s just bullshit- this was Preinternet when you heard somethingfrom someone and you just accepted it not like now y. You read somethingonline once and just accept it. There Y H, exacl, but but I heard at the timethat, if Hamster's mate, the female can then become homicidal and actually killher mate, like a fucking pringmantist Y, who knew really wow. But anyway myhamster was a female and Steve. My brothers was a male and we came in alittle late to interrupt the post coital blood bash. Yet we determinedforensically was that my hamster had apparently chewed off the head of hishamster and then she must have choked to death on the bits of bone and furand brain or whatever. So me, Oly, Yow, me and Steve wereshocked, but as young boys, I think we were more like o gross beain outbutagain the little animals Garner less sentimental connection and by then wehad a lot of little animals that were buried in little shoe boxes or whateverin the backyard. So it was yeah. It was less traumatic than like. If that hadhappened with a cat or somethig. I really don't know how to respond. Tothat. To be honest, we I really don't it's like insane yeah it was. It wasgross. It was weird one of them ate the other one's head off and then choked onhis fucking brains or whatever, like that's just crazy, yeah man. I mean wewere my brother's four years older than me, but I was probably only I don. Imight have been ten at the time, but Um yeah it was. It was fucked up ase alittle bit more than goldfish grandma yeah yeah. No, that's wo like if youfound Grandma strawn across the yard- and you know an axe murderer. Layingnext to her. I don't know. I ' really don't know. As crazy yeah, that's aweird one, but the things you learn with petsmen yeah, I guess so. You knowI had apparently seen enough bloody horror movies by that point where I wasprepared conditioned yes, so yeahanyway. So how about your parentswere never the kind of people then, who would like rush out and buy you a newpet? So one of them died. Yeah like no NOP, You'e Goin, no learn right, yeah,not really. I mean we definitely had a lot of them over the ears but yeah. Iwasn't like. Oh my God. We have to hurry up and satisfytheir. You know or satiate their pain with the death ofthis last one they weren't really like Yeh. I would you yeah, I I may be aheartless prick when it comes to animals. When it comes to my kid right.I I wouldn't want him to know if something happened to them dog, so I'dhave to go. Rush out and find e do is yeah. My Da has like a little brownspot on his back, so I'd have to like paint him I'd be one of those guys. I reallywould because I I wouldn't want him to face the heart break of losing the pet,and I don't know how long dogs last, I think it's like thirteen fourteen yearsthing depends on the brod but yeah yeah. Hopefully you know this dog lives slucky enough to live that long. My someonee eatin his teems and can handlethat kind of stuff so and he's also an indoor dog. You would discuss earlierhow you know letting the pets outside was natural in your family, then, and now, and for me I can't dothat for a couple of reasons, one of which I'm afraid of like fleas andticks and and Don' o all that kind of stuff. So I got callers on my dog and IK I use the shampoo, but I'm afraid if I leave him outside, I don't know he'sgoing. Ta Get riddled with bugs or some kind of like worm or something and the other thing is he just takes off.He finally learned where to go to the bathroom, but still, if you don't havea caller on him, he's Gone H. he'll fucking, ski dadtle man, there'sbeen a couple of times where I've had to Chasein down the street and my fatass. My tedies are jumping and bouncing and slapping me in the chin. Well, I'mchasing this stupid fucking Mutt down...

...the road into traffic. Oh Man, Oh Dude,Oh yeah! Again! This is all for my Kidk 'cause. If it was me, I'd be like sealator, asshole survival of the fittest, aszle. Yes, so long! Your food was hereand you were takin care of here. You want to go, run away and leave it allbehind. Be My guest go, join the circus Yeu Mu Ir enjoy. You know, but oh boythat was o yeah tuhed UN yeah. I wouldn't recommend P ownership, ontanybody and they say like older people, it's good for them S, something Yup!You believe this definitey dud animals make me happy. I feel I feel like theolder I get the more. I relate to animals an less to other people yeah, but wh wwen. They lick you doesthat drive you nots, Relli in Mace Hoy eat to eat your food you', not one ofthose people who shares like a utensil with in Oor you. No, no, I mean our the cats. Our cats are good. They don'tgo after our food and UM. The Dog may beg, and sometimes my girl's son Willwanna feed him and at's. Okay he's not awful. He just whines. He doesn't goafter your Shit, you know, but dude. I can actually see why people becomecrazy cat people in their old age and you know, live among some herd of catsand the neighbors a'll talk shit about 'em, I'm I'm almost at the point whereI'm relating more to the Cat lady in less to those judgmental neighbors, I'mlike those guys are Hassholes. You know, maybe maybe that judgmental nature isWy she's she's relating more to the cats. I I like 'em, I like the animalsman, I fear, leaving your tribe Natah on't, now leaving humanity behind. Ifeel like if there's something like reincarnation. I want to come back as aspoiled house cat. They they live of good fucking life man, I never likeCassor DIKS Youl be la you'll, be laying down they come and start neadingon your belly. I'm Goin t get the fuck off me Du I'm watching TV see, I think, that's cute. I like itwhen they do that Shit. I I don't know we have a cat that that that licks ourface and it's the thing with cats man, it's not like a dog where it's allslobbery, like a cat licksit just feels kindo like a little sandpaper e lickand it's it's cute and he's likes giving your Kissis man anywayhow m h whow much peanut butter you got in your cabinet, somewhod yeah! I don't go that far man sh, youknow and we're only talking about cudly and the cute things we bee talkingabout cats and horses and dogs. I remember AAs a teenager. There was aguy who who I knew, who had like a Bat Eah and like a python. He has like oneof those. I want to be a fucking, vampire, tip, offg, yeah yeah. I didn'twant to give M byone name one. First Name and nobody knew wher, you go. Youdid the dog growl earlier from Ye. You Ust di the name drop so you're, takingcare of all the dirty work here, but yeah, but it was fucking disgusting forone. You know you got flies up there who wants a bat. He dedicated a room toa bat. It was Fellon Guano thank Thankyou as Ventura. Now I know w aBAPPOOP is called MHM, but I mean I don't know man, that's some wacky Shit,those kind of people- and you mentioned the ferrets Aparente to me stink yeahthey stick. Why would you want that? Yet I mean you get their scent glandsremoved, but they still have a little odor. I mean the ferrets I'm they'recute in they're they're entertaining, but one is enough. We had three at onepoint and one is definitely enough and um we thought of Hem as like, like anovelty pet or something like back back in the date. Like, Oh look, I get aferret, I'm cool yeah. They used to be illegal in Massachusetts, Foroh. Really,okay, th! You Go R. Like D D, you see the jude walking around with a snake R,with an Iguana nd you're like D wh. Why are you walking around with that? Likeis a boom box yeah, it's an attention. Getter yeah, like Oh, I'm cool man, I'mcarrying a fucking, whatever you know, creepy animal after Mei like bring itback into your house, your fucking nut jobs, or I don't know, but I I guessit's o. You know what I forget about a...

...pet here. I can't believe my son had aturtle, a water turtle, very ghose things. No, they shouldn' exist. Theyshould not be allowed to exist. They do nothing yeah turtles. I don't Kn W I'veI've caught hem in the past in my yard and W LD. I don't think I've everbought a turtle. I don't I don't know. I think it's weird to buy the turtleunless it's Ome really like exotic cool looking turtle but Um, I don't know youcan usually find depending on where you live. I don't know where we grew up.You could find hem everywhere so well. I suggested reading my son's name on iton the belly, with a sharpy and sending it free, and my wife is like whet. Whywould you do that? I'm like when I was a kid: that's what we used to do. Yeah you BA exancle rule you'd, write yourknee on yeah on on the bottom on the shell. Is that cruel or or wrong? No,it doesn't hurt it don't know it's like. I thought, Yeah Yeah. I gave a turtleAtat too. You know I wasn't like drawing like a picture of an anchor onit and we're like a tribal barbe wire it as just like Dave set it for em,we'll find it again later. Weit's, like you, were doing the whole. The TAG andrelease thing to monitor, like like scientists, do you know en they tagsthe ear of some kind of whatever water buff yeah? If it ever wanders INA toxicwaste, it grows to be like five hundred feet in size and destroys he city I'll,be like. Oh, that's the one my names on it sho a look at that yeah. Look atthat IES. It slowly eats us all and just stands there like a fucking, Moron Yeah Turtles. I like the relation todinosaurs, because my kid is super anytime. Anything on is on T v aboutanimals. My kid is glued to it. He he hewas really fascinated too, with likepaleantology, dinos and so turtles to me, we're kind of cool. I guess in thatrespect. They look like preistor yeah, exactly like those kind of things thatwoull survive millions and millions of years, and you know for being the brain,the size of fucking. You Know Pinky fingernail for cryingout loud. They got no brain, but they still make it man yea they've survived.Somehow the species has persisted Asyet, which we probably will not and so dropsto all the tortugas out there, Eco job dudes yeah, I mean yeah. I I don't knowman, but once this dog I will no never have another pet again yeah. My Dog's name is Bonga Boonda Boonga yegive Bonga a sho he's behind me right now and he's been surprisingly quietand good. That is good, because again you mention how your dog just kindolike sits. There an jewels, my dog is the rambuntious sword. I mentione hejust runs away on a whim, but if someone he hears a noise outside or thephone we're going to ring, he'd Freak, the fuck out yeah and a dog like, I said, never been hugeinto dogs, but back in two thousand and eight I was, I was in the middle of astate prison sentence and I got parolled to this halfway house and theywere trying this thing out. Where they'd have a few of US trained helperdogs, you know for like blind people or people w o couldn't really get aroundher yeah right yeah. Sometimes the dog would end up being too old or toostubborn to learn a lot of skills, but as long as shot it no as ASL old yewler.No, as long as the dog was well behaved enough, you could still be used as atherapy dog to go to like old folks homes or whatever to just bringpeople's spirits up, and you know they could pet it and you bring the dog overfor a while and Um. But but animals can be really good for people that are oldor whatever, like we've said so anyway, this guy came in interviewed each of uswho wanted to get involved and I've never been a huge dog person, but Iagreed to be a a backup trainer where, if the dog's primary trainer needed abreak or whatever, I would take the dog for a while and continue the trainingand Um th, we had a few dogs in the...

...house. One of Hem was a Labra doodle.You Eve heard of a Labra doodle before sure yeah, it's a mix between theLabrador and a poodle and um thmokin breeds nothing ru o breed dogs, andthey make no sense. I know I knowwell, I guess it's. The dog can't breathebecause I breeded him with this or whatever, or this dog can't fucking,weird yeah. I continue Iwa O O. NO! No! No! I was that breed, particularly alabraduodal. I guess it's good for a helper dog 'cause. Sometimes the crossbreeding is ends up beneficial 'cause. The poodle's hair is different thanmost dogs. It's hypoallergenic like the people that are allergic to pet dander,like poodles hair, doesn't really do you know it doesn't set off those allerwhateverallergies or it doesn't Shid right Ye. I don't believe poodle. Sheexact, which is big for me, because I hate going over to someone's house likeI couldn't go over your house 'cause, I'm going to walk out looking like aYetdi, yes, there's not enough. Lint rollers in theworld o take care of that. As long as you know, you try to you, try to cleanup after them, but there's only you now so much you can do but yeah B, but thedog that that we worked with what the labradutlsomebody else worked with. We worked with this dog that ended up being oldand stubborn and ended being kind of a failure, but the labradoodle which hadall this potential and was a pretty attentive good dog, was being trainedby this guy who basically just treated him like a pet, which is no good forfor a helper dog like you, meanyou need to be strict and many people see a dog,especially after being incarcerated. For a few years and you you want tospoil it and play with it, you know you've been locked up with a bunch ofSmelly, dudes and you know getting shived an shit. You you're, like Oh cuddly dog, so yeahthank Christ. So it was a good idea, the the Um Parolis and pit bulls orwhatever the well. We you know Dogsbut uh, but the it fell apart in theexecution. Ultimately, you know it didn't end up working out so um, butyou know I got to I got to have a pet. We ended up keeping one of them. Therewas a one, the last dog they tried to bring us. They were like look. We knowthis one isn't going to be great, but if you you know, we don't know what todo with it. So if you guys want to train it, if you end up Wantin to keepit, you can have it so this last dog ended up becoming like our halfwayhouse mascot. He was a a pit, bull boxer mix and dude. That dog was thesweetest dog, the the woman that ran the house to this day. I think I'mfriends with her own facebook and she still has this dog and he's 's prettycool. His name was diesel, but um but yeah. It was never a dog person, butthat was probably a big step in me. Getting Cooler with dogs was that thatwhole period. Well, I remember one time you lived in a house, a had pit bulls,Theng came over slosh drunk and I came in the front door and the fucking pitbull just came at me and I put my arm up and I was lucky. I was wiing like abaggy, the weter sweated, but like? U Like a hacky sack person would wear.What do you call those like Poncho type thing? Ponsho you go. Thank you verymuch and the thing fucking bit in my arm and luckily because the thing wasbaggy it only bit through that and it Bholes in it. I remember- and I was sococked, I'm like H, yeah. This is funny and you're. Like Oh fuck, you know'cause, you knew this thing could do saoris damage and potentially kill meand I'm not big on pit bulls after that really yeah. That was scary. Man Likethat that that's that apartment, that whole situation was, is a story foranother day like that. There's a lot of crazy shit that went down at thatapartment. But yes, that was it was a. There were two pit bulls at that placeand that one that jumped at you, you w. You were very lucky because my roommate,whose dog it was grabbed the dog's collar in mid air, and that probablyalso helps you not die like like...

...between the baggy sweater and hergrabbing, the dog's collar as it jumped. That was what saved you 'cause. Thatdog would ave mouled you. You know it was Oh yeah, pretty terrifying, but Umyeah yeah, but Ol. I do I love pit bull like y Dave almost died. Alove animals,an lovely nate, lovely on almost killed my friend a RA, carry on it's all andhow they're raised man. You know it's. It really is. I think you know pitpullsget a bad rep 'cause, there's like assholes that'll, train 'em to to fightother dogs and tear things apart, but if but pitbulls can be awesome man,it's like, I don't know. As someone who's been the like, the type of GuyWhos who's had his reputation precede him over the years. I I G I sympathizedwith pit bulls. They just get a bad rap man, you know. Well, then you know youjust inspired me to ask a question and o before I do. Do you have anythingelse? You really want to add on the subject o read about the clothes, theSE EAH e're, we're good. I think I think e okay, cock, fighting, Yaernay, nay, nay,chickens. Well, Y H, I'm just I'm not about cruelty to animals. I I hatechickens. I I worked with some I or I worked at this organic farm where weraised a bunch of meatbirds and I hated ther. I could go off on that, but I'mnot GOINGTA 'cause we're closing out the segment but h yeah yeah. So so asmuch as I'd like to say, yea kill all the fucking chickens. I still thinkit's cruel to like have hem fight for your entertainment. You know, I don'tknow yeah well, I only have a few rules in lifepersonally and and it's like don't be a racist, don't hurt kids and one of them,even though I don't care for them as don't her animals Ye, mainly becausethey're, you know innocent for the most part, innocent creatures that can'tdefend themselves but, more importantly, the people that do that tend to grow upto become Jeffrey, Damer Yeah. So there you go and that doesn't for thisepisode's main topic. We can to take a quick commercial break and when wereturn the selling out sound off, are you in the market for a great pairof headbones? Let me suggest what I use the regent from sudiodtcom. The regionis a premium on AIRMODEL, with impeccable clarity in the instrumentaltones and well balanced sound with twenty four hours of active batterylife and twenty days of standby life. The regon is a perfect companion, bu ahome or on the God. The combination of high polished metal and Mat surfacesand bodies, the vision of Scandinavian Design Sudio, wants to revolutionizethe way people see headphones, not just as a technevice, but also as anaccessory sudio provides a product that matches the quality of even the highestrated headphones in the market, corvraction of the cost, and theyalways provide free worldwide shipping and right now, fans at the shocan savefifteen percent off of all of their products by using codes selling out atChecko. That's right, fifteen percent doesn't get any better than that. I'mwearing my pair of regents right now, and I can tell you they are the bestparent headtones I have ever owned. So why wait SHAP sudiodocom today, rlani'm Mugel and were POA Bodcat werethe podcast that tells you stories about what people have done while drunkwell, also giving you some facts about boo, boos and the bizarre and theplaces where these stories take place. We also have a weekly contest where youtell us where the Si am so join us Fer, some drinking learning and laughing canlisten on eetunes stitcher, spotify, Google play and anywhere else. You getyour Podgot Finus, all mine, a twitter instogram and facebook at Gopulsapodcast and send us your oun families in Aniton. You CA, also email, yourStoriestoposta cogtest, a Gemail dotcom, Odaaninfirmarymediasir, SIRP,Jersursurg, everybody time for the selling out sound off every episode Ilike to ask. Ah The listeners and our followers on twinter a question thistime around. I thought it'd be a little...

...bit cute. You want to know why I saidwould do an an episode on pets. Let me ask people about their pet peeves. Didyou get that you know, or were you confused by it? No! No at first, whenyou mentioned it, I thought you were asking pet peeves about YEAA, but no, II see what you were doing there. I had someone else asked me the same thing:they were like hey. What's the next episode and like pets, so do you haveany pet peeves and they said about pets, and I said no just in general, but you have the floor. Do you have any petpees before we get into theas winter comments? My goodness, I have al Boy.Well, my pet peeves they're, all petty pet peeves, which I guess is the point.I guess I just talked about how how cute ow we trying to getpathetic. Icame off and I just came up petty o that leaves yeah an he just took thecake. I guess what a you got A. I guess you could call me a grammar Nazi, but Imostly get annoyed with people's misuse of the English language. I mean I havetoo many to mention when it comes to how slang has made it cool to speaklike an incoherent Moron but um. I think one of the things that reallybugs me is when people say mischievious instead of mischievous, there's no oldletter in there. That makes the e sound like it would be spelled V. I o USinstead of Vo us when you sa mischievous, that bothers me, but rePetty Butyou, just yeah you just wonl, totally earn that but d you can. Youcan get anything into the dictionary if enough idiots start using a word wrong.Like did you know, there's a second definition for literally now that whereit means literally the opposite of what the first definition is, it's likeliterally Antonym, figuratively, second definition figuratively. So I get mineblt. So I guess that's that's another pet peve, the literally thing, but butthe one just quickly. The one thing that really bugs me that isn't grammarelated is when I hold the door open for someone and they don't say. Thankyou, though, that pisses me off sometimes I'll actually say you'rewelcome really loudly, so they defoly hear it, which is a bitchy thing to do.But I guess that's you know. That's me, I guess that's I think pet peeves arebasically. These are the things that make us act all bitchy. It's like youknow, that's what the pet peeve is. What would a cool pet peeve be like? Oh,I hate wwhat. I hate when I drop my beer when I'm getting banged on mymotorcycle or it really bugs me when I'm doing my guitar Solo and somechicks underwhere. I hits me in the face or gets hung up on my guitar yeah.I hate that I'm sure mcjacger must have said that at least eight hundred timesin his career man, fucking Pante's flying up heren Te,dumb nos man us well, I remember less Claypool one time threatened to stop ashow because someone threw a tshirt or something laying on his base. Sothere's there's grievances there. You know you the moment. You say tosomebody: What are your pet peeves? The way you responded is the way that Irespond and everybody else does. I goes. Oh man, everybody has a laundry listright. You know there and there's only a couple: we're GOIN O each name. Doyou have antye other ones? You want to bring up off the top of you head, orcan I just quickly say something here? Of course I have some pet peeves thattotally have to do with the shady places. My attic lifestyle brought mejust quickly in a prison cell when you want to take a ship, it's commoncourtesy, to wait until tear time when the doors are open, so you're alone. Inthere you know your sally is out playing cards or whatever, butoccasionally it happens. Where you have to go and the doors are shut and you'relocked in there with with your selly, so there are specifics in this areathat I'm pretty picky about. First of all, hang up a shitsheet man. Everydecent cell has at least one bedsheet, that's designated the Shih Yo, hang itfrom the edge of your bunk to like coathookd or whatever, and it justlike. You know it hangs up in front of. But you know, if you don't know how todo that or you're just way too...

...comfortable, dropping a duce in frontof others that tends to get on my nerves. You know also Curti Ish,courtesy flesh, please that is jus good manners. I've had roommates so politethat if they have to Fart they'll actually sit on the toilet and hitflush as they fart 'cause. The the jet engine, suction of of a jailhouseshitter, actually pulls the smell out of your ass. It's amazing, O o. YetSOMIN, as I knows, was right, but some assoles will fill the ball up and wipebefore they think to flush and that's an awkward fight to have, but itfucking happens. Man Like many a stinky cellmate has been banged out for theirass odors or if they don't shower frequently enough, when you don't havemuch you hold on to the things that you have very tightner and that includespeace of mind in a non stinky room. So you know people, you know. Pepeeves area lot more serious in in Jos. you know those yeah. Those are some seriousinfractions, but since you just brought it up, I guess we can inform thelisteners out there that our next episode will be in fact y about Prisian,so they're going to get many more stories along those live e, huns em,but those those are legit. Grievances Nate, I I've, never experienced thosein particular were shitsheets, but I could only imagine mine are a little less egregious. Iguess wherein. If someone has a sticker on their cat Om, like O, say you buy ahabit, Lidge or something, and it's got the size with the gold sticker on thebrim. That says seven and a quarter and like the price tag underneath and theydon't take it off. Did they learn nothing from like the nineties withCris Cross wearing their pants backwards? Orst stupid fashioned thingsthat have existed through the ages. I don't care that you had is new. It'snot cool to me that you left a stick around to me just Gett, O and stoop him,so stop doing that. It's just dumb the other thing and I no longer usefacebook. I gave up on face book, but this sapplies to all sociamedia. If youtake a photo with somebody, don't do the two finger salute. You don't evenknow what that means. You put the two fingers in the air or the other thingthat drives me. Crazy is pointing at the person. Next to you, we get it you're in the photo with theperson you'n't eat to point at them. You ere standing right next to them. Why are you fucking doing now? I don'tUnderstan, I just it. indrives me nuts, I don't get you know. SELPIES is awhole. The whole thing, the Internet bob Y me but duck face and all thatshit duct, Oh yeah, but still the whole o. look at me, two fingers W. does thatmean peace, their backwards? Does that mean victory? Does that mean I'm afucking Massodush bag, which I am led to believe who knows, but anyway ait? Iwant to read some some comments that I got online. The first one is from thelovely and talented Carla, as we know, from the GOPOSTAL podcast and inrelation to yours a little bit. She hates the fact when people put toiletpaper rolls on the wrong way. She even sent me a diagram where the theoverrole is right. The underrole is bad number one. Pet peeve is e wholetoilepaper role thing. I guess it just drive her insame with Carla H, yeah.Well, I never paid attention to toile paper rolld. As long as you put one onUnhappy Eis Simpl, you know I am very simpl. Itdoesn't have to be. You know anything complex here over under just leave iton the roll. I was like white man exactly another one of her pet peevesis when people go in the exit or exit the entrance at Targin theirerules. For reason she even said we are as civilized people, so don't go in thewrong ways. If social contract othe fuckers yea, you go social contract andheron twitter. What Ave we got here, I'm looking at these. I didn't writethem down, so I'm actually on the Internet. Right now at blockbuster, cast, wrote, textingand talking at the movies. I think that...

...was white comedy in this universe.Noone likes that at MN underscore froggy, rot enjoying a relaxingpieceful beautiful summer day outside only to have the neighbors mow theirlawn and run their a hundred plus desible leaf blower for two obnoxioushours. Definitely, that's! U Ome privileged stuff right there. They don't live in the in the hood T,it's not gunshots and and it bulls barking they're, like my neighborslandscapers, are too loud, W yeah right, 's perfectly vallag. Still, you knowright the you know they do not live in the middle of the sate luxury problem.They call it. Yes, exactly at J J sash, I'm going tosay his his name is Justa Doombot, which is pretty cool, oblivious peopleblocking the aisles at the supermarket. I don't enjoy watching you take tenminutes to pick out the best deal on pickl Yo. Now you ever experienced man.I E tons of gripes about h grocery stores, but you know, do I know thoseright the moment you said I'm like Oh fuck Y, I'm not going to let you startYouou o Sr go a zero supervision wrote. I hate it with every fibere of my beingwhen I'm talking to someone as they say my name for emphasis like Joe, youwouldn't believe it or they say it when they are upset with me. Like Fine Joe, I hear for me wh when I was a Kir. Asalways, when you get the R first and mid an o Yo Mo, you knew you're in deepshit. You always like. Oh fucks Sho said David Andrew. You know you're inbig trouble. Allright a I am DB journey. It really bugs me when people don'tknow the difference between North and south. Like we live south of Melbourne-and I know people who say I'm going down to the city this weekend, noyou're going up to the city, those silly fluckers that really that thatnever bothers me Ehaus. I had no sense of direction the same way. I really don't, but I guess to end thisthing properly. Speaking of directions at most okaos pod wrote no turn signal.I lose my Shin Yep traffic, Road Ridge, that's a big one, you know, and ifanybody else you know you guys want to join another conversation, you canalways follow us. ontwator at selling out, show or reach out to us, with ourGEMAL account selling out, show at GMAL DOTCOM, all right, we'm going to haveanother commercial break and when we return nakes notes day from the sellingout show here n to tell you about. Spankluponloom is a multi award.Rinning Moverikan used by professionals in the adult film industry, spok isavailable. An hybrid, pure Silicol, natural and Pik spoke is made with thehighest al the ingredients and is non staning hypoelogenic and cleans withease an hands. Your love like with spon right now, spunklube, is by three getone free. There's no excuse not to give it a try, punkle high and Brodic for anaffordable price, Isit Mug ludod com today- and you can thank me later- let's enstay frinzy motor speed, WanWatch Main Crean infecteds Plean Tarbol, plaza seal ofli compedition in hisdemastating Aspen Drago, rolling, thunder car ands crank up thesixteen bow madness in his overblown and deadly ow Tomow Maxi Watch the bigBo ranbange down the MOL page sprend and interect Mahem with five Wednesdaymay had tohead Negg ANA roaring down the Pul list of death every Wednesday,while the inectricityhold. Now it's it's, it's professor friends, iyooan Tefriend they io show fesofrene show a fen. They I show tn that show if youlike, Indi, comics and also like...

...pudcasts, please try. The professorfrenzy show find the show in itune search and facebook episodes tweededout on at Professor Frenzy on twitter. Thank you formarymediaddorlv in time for nate. No. So when I was a teenager in Dudley MassMassachusetts, there weren't a whole lot of options for a teenager beyondsmoking pot and going to bond fire parties, which is totally fun. Don'tget me wrong. I holdheartedly recommend both but h. There wasn't much of anightlife to speak of and we had to drive to worcester or even Boston to gosee our favorite bands when they came around. Fortunately, I grew up in acertain time in the nineties when theyre existed, an oasis for kids thatwere under eighteen, but still wanted to go bounce around in a Mashpit tosome great and sometimes not so great local and often national acts thatstill played the small club circuit. I'm talking about the espresso bar onJane Street in Worcester Massachusetts every weekend I would go see hardcorebands and look up to these guys like my own circle of rock stars. Even if theywere from right down the street, they were on stage they were kind of coal.It also turned out to be an accessible place to play out once we startedjamming out and making bands of our own, which kind of dispelled that rock staraspect of the performers. For me, once I saw behind the curtain how thesausage was made, you picked the metaphor. I think that's a good thing,though it's it's. It's not good to put people on pedestals. In fact, that'skind of the point of hardcore music in general. These guys were no frills,just dudes getting shit off their chests using the instruments as toolsto do that they usually weren't virtuosos by any means. So when Istarted playing with some of the bands that I listene to like opening for them,or whatever it did a lot to level the playing field to lower those walls thatkeep kid from thinking that they can do the thing that their heroes do afterplaying a handful of shows there, we got pretty close with staff in the castof regular attendes, many of whom I still stay in touch with the owner ofthe ASPRESSO Bar Eric Spencer. Really good guy did a lot to not only book USregularly there but used his connections to Getus, gigs elsewhereand often to play, shows with acts we normally wouldn't have. We eventuallygot so comfortable there that it felt like seeing a show in my own livingroom. I mean I slept there more than once. So when t e National Act that Iwas a fan of came through, I was pretty much guaranteed to hang out with themor at least meet them, and the place was small and intimate enough whereyou're literally inches from the band as they were shouting in your face andyou'd be shouting right along with them. I remember the electric Helfire Clubplayed. I was super into industrial got stuff and had everything that theelectric healfire club had recorded at the time so after they played. I wassmoking, a joint with the singer, Thomas Thorn, who also used to playwith my life with e thrillkill culd, but I digress like it was no big dealsomemo going to join it with him. I offered him a line of crystal. Don'tlook at me like I'm. Some kind of Redneck meth wasn't at his currentepidemic status, yet we would sniff it to dance longer at raves back then, butanyway, I offer him the line and he says cool man, I'm so sick of coke.Usually people are offering me co and he did the line and I remember Dui,remember feeling a feeling of satisfaction when the meth burned hissinuses and he went there. It is then, maybe maybe not the most wholesomestory of wistful Noo, but I treasure...

...that little memory you know- and I haveEREC expenser and the Espetsife Arto thank for it. I played there over theyears in three different bands again feeling so comfortable there that thereweren't, even gitters after a few shows you know when you went on stage. Theclub became became kind of a scene of its own you'd, see the same faces everyweek. whicster's music scene was thriving at the time, mostly due to theEspresso Bar, but there was also Ralphs, Sir Morgan's cove, the palladium, allof which are still around in one form or another. You know shout out to myold friend, head Kissener, who now owns the cove, but curiously the scenekindof died when the ebar closed yeah. You still see local bands playing inthe papers, but the clubs are mostly twenty one plus and the Ebar was allages. Kids keep a scene alive. I was probably fifteen the first time I wentthere and I had heard of it before that from kids cooler than me playing atwenty one. Plus venue is more or less performing background music for peopleas they drink unless you've already built up a following, but it's hard tobuild up, build up a following. You know nowadays, kids go to shows tocheck out bands. I've noticed that the older people get the less excited theyget about that prospect. We used to just pop in to see who was there if theband that was plain a any good at most, it was a six dollar cover charge, butbefore long we were just able to walk in whenever and the place was prettymuch, always at least partially filled with kids ind their chain wallets andJinkos. It was the nineties. After all, it was a vibrant scene and I'm glad itwas part of it. I mean you did you remember we y. We were in one of thebands I talked about. You Know Yeah Yeah. We we had some good times there.You know- and you know my my first memory when you talk about the Ebar wasin Eric in particular and you're right. He was a really cool cat was one of ourshows. We played his ban Malassa three thousand and you were. You were goingto play n NAKP, you remember this and we had. We had to have a conversationwith thim because we didn't want to be a restrat and he had to look into thelegality of it and he he told us, Hey, listen is fite of nats naked becauseyouv covered your. You Know Your Dong with the Bays Y. Just don't touch eachother right like don't. Don't do anything lewd like that and it's okay,it's not technically porn or whatever, and you played the show in yourbirthday sinth right so yeah we were pretty wild absolut tere's a lot ofparties there, man there's a lot of good times a lot of stuff that maybeshouldn't have happened. H Lot, O ass. When I think of the Ebar Iknow you said, oh its an all ages club and is great n SS in itself alsowonderful and true, but man ind. I fucking do a lot of drugs and et a lotof pussy because of the EB. Absolutely you you know it was. It was an awesomeplace. It was, I feel, like we were fortunate to grow up in that time.'cause you don't see hat anymore man, it's it's a shame. I used to say when Iwas younger, like going to shows that are twenty one plus or whatever mayhave been all right, because there were less like annoying kids bouncing aroundor whatever, and- and you know it's like B, but playing the show you wantto play to the kids. Like that's the one thing I noticed you want to playshows 'cause 'cause when you'replying the twenty one plus crowds people aremore interested in just drinking at the bar, like I said, you're just kind oflike background music and the drinking and yeah you're, almost annoying them.Sometimes they're almost like. I can't hear my friend talking 'cause there'ssome band playing, but I don't know man that scene was very special and yeahyeah totally AAn I mean you're right, kids have the energy, you know they'rereally there for the music and they're all hopped up on KAFE UP YEP ER wasn'tyeah, they didn't even serve Booz there I mean I'm not saying kids didn't drinkin the parking lot or so an r you know flaskin or whatever, but for the mostpart it was yeah. Kids were just hopped up on Caffeine and Um back then youcould smoke inside. I remember it was...

...like it was cool going on stage. You'dsmoke, Butt and N be allowed to do that. Nowadays, it's like a lot of people.are't aren't too hip on the smoking thing, but as a smoker, it was like. Iappreciated that you know something you feel kindof cool, like feeln, likeslashd, with a cigarette hanging out in your mouth, smoking playing a show, buth yeah. I don't know you also mentioned the National AC. I still have eric gaveme the contract because I loved his being clug Yeah Clus was great and hegave me the yeah. He gave me the contract for the e Br for when theyplayed ther Ig. Like you mentioned, beating the bands and stuff I wassupernervous H. I was there with our good friend, Andy Jones, and I was wellI mean I was fucking wasted, but anyway I still had it framed. I still own itto this day. It's a cool thing: anthe autographed, CD cover from Neil Faan,so yeah a lot of good times, legged memories and a lot of memories that getwashed away because uh I was fucked on we're pretty sloppy there I mean, I'msure, there's a lot more memories that I would have if I were Oh yeah hoppy,but but the ones I have. I definitely treasure I still play shows I play Ummostly now and playing like restaurants and, U sometimes festival Ar Iano, butlittle festivals or things like that where it's like outdoorsy plan at aGazebo at some farmers' market or playing at a restaurant, but the UM Idon't know back. Then there were clubs. You felt like y. You had a chance toplay with some o like. If you were into hardcore bans, you could open for someof your. You know the bands you were really into and Um. This sounds reallynineties and the band got Kinda less credible as they went on. But in thebeginning, the band ancubous back in the nineties. They played the Espressobar before they had any record out yet, or they might have had an ep out orsomething but rig, but we it's funny 'cause we were booked to headline thisone Friday night or whatever. Eric Spencer gets a call from the manager ofthis band incubus this new band, who happened to be in town and had a nightoff because they had they were touring opening for like three eleven orsomebody. So they had a night off on their tour and wanted to just play alocal club just to to do something. Hen Y, so Eric said. Look you can play here.You can play at the eppressor Bar, but we have the headlinng slot alreadypromised to aband. So they said. That's fine! Well, we'll play an opening spot.So the first time we played with incubus they opened for us and Um. Wewe became fast friends with those guys and as they got more and more popular,they Um. You know we play with them and of course we were opening for them bythat point. But we end we ended up getting to fill in on the last leg of atour with them. They called US and said: Hey. The Opening Act has dropped offthis tour. So if you guys Wan to play a handful of dates up and down the eastcoast, you guys can come, and so you know some of my best memories sprangfrom the connections made at the expressor bar and Um. I just I don'tthink enough can be said about its value to those of us that grew up inthe nineties and were into either hardcare music punk music. Imean there was so much you know there was. There was a pretty vibrant sceneback then and Um right, and I am eternally grateful for for that and soright on brother right. Also Igbut, you ready to rap this bad boy up. You gotanything else you want to say. I think I think we've set a mouth Fullo, myfriend yeah. I mean you tease next episode already, so that's GOINGTO bespoile it. It is going to be a good one to be talking about Prisan, we've ind obeen doing this thing where wou do like a heavy topic light topic, so it's evenodds. So this one was pets and going from pets to prison right yeah. We knowhow to do it over here. It's selling out you got to give an imple ofbreather in between those. U...

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