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Episode 48 · 1 year ago

Ep.#48 Soundwave Spirituality

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Hoo HA! We be talking words to fall in love with, the return of The Kids in the Hall on Amazon Prime, Dave has a doctor that makes him feel like crap, PLUS Nate tells us why music may be the true meaning of life.

Welcome Ti thee selling out show serewhat, it does T, is breaches,Indewa, brain chenically and o Keedyo happiest memory, chenically an dok onthat emotion, wetedit, Chemicalla and then t happy, Haphanlo, hello, hello and thankyou for tuning into the selling out show wherewere you screw up life at ourleisure. For Your listning pleasure, I am one of your host David Shils andover here by my side, is my good pal and partner in crime, N, Gorzinsky,nate how the hell are Ya. Well, I tell you I'm a hell of a lotbetter than I was this morning. When I got Oh yeah, you were in distress. Youtextod me h in some serious pain here, buddy yeah. I was afraid I wasn't goingto be able to to even record today, but I'm feeling better man 'cause. I was.It was one of those scenarios not to get too graphic but Emgana, okay,because it was one of those scenarios whereyou're sitting on the toilet, because you can't get off the toilet for morethan a few moments and but then having to vonmit into another receptacle. Atthe same time. So Y, you just need things to capture all the fluids comingout of your body and it's I fol God how dont body even decide what's going onhere. I I don't know man, I just Kinda white knuckled it and held on for theride, and I'm I'm feeling better now. So I'm grateful I'm feeling good and it'sa beautiful day outside so yeah e're we're doing a lot better than we werethis morning. I hope you Avrel, O I'm doing great. You look fine.Thankfully you look like you have a little spring in your steps. T youlittle skippd to Thelo and e get to the low you. You went skipping to a littleearlier. That was in the Lou all day, but I o all day. The main thing that'sgot me with this little spring in my step is copious amounts of THC, ND CBDhave been helping me respectively. Both of e can't go wrong, so can anywayot Ogo wrong right on dude? You know recently. Some words have fascinated meND. I don't know why. I M I'm forty one years old, I've seen these words manyplaces. Many times, but they got me thinking and I wanna I want to saythese words to you cau, like a free to you. Obviously, yes, my my friend hereand kind of do some free association. It wasreally hard for me to say I'mlike a shosiation but yeah, and when I say these to you just just tell me thefirst thing that comes to your mind, but I'm going to say both words. First,okay, okay, you're Afamanth, both I'm in sit in the ball. So there might be.You know a splt second, maybe three seconds who knows in between the words.So when I'm done saying the first word, don't yell at your response yet waituntil both words come out of my face. Okay. Okay first word is Yamica. Second,word is Orderbes HM. You want me to answer yea. Yes, now Youre Afra, toanswer okay, I would say: Um, Barmetzva, really yeah see that that makes a lot of sense,because if you were at abarment or Batmitsfa Thats gending on your genderlaskeepit gender neutral her, why not it's twenty twenty, but still there'llbe snacks. There there'll be some! You know he l, N DOS theyve gotto be orDers, but that's not the response that I was norly looking for and the onlyreason why I say this is because I'm I'm really smitten by these wordslately Nice, because they are spelled...

...completely different okay than the waythat you actually pronounce them. I agree: Yeah Yar, Armok, lkarmal key younow and that orders is like horrs dors, even an apostrophe in there, too meanit's like. If, if I was reading my kid a book and either those words appearedin the book, I'd be like Um, Rom, Burgundy, an anchorman where hejust reads everything exactly as it reads on the qe cards, so exactly ID belike Intheam, acool, Haowei, Yamaka. Sorry, my bad, the h yeah. Another word is colonel.Like colinal, you know colonels Colonel Mus, yeah Colonel Sa, exactly you're doing exactly what I wanted youto do. Yo come up with more examples. I was being very literal when I heardYamica and orders I thought of celebrations, and you know things thatinvolve both of those words but you're right. I don't clam it more abstractly.In looking at the words themselves, yeah, I guess so I mean I didn't reallyfully prepare you either I mean nwith the fuck. You know leftosorry, but Iwas coming from all these different perspectives here, but but I'm really,I don't know what it is, but I I'm romancing these pronunciations, I'm falling inlove with these words. It's almost like, if you were in high school and you gotthat worn exchange student and they weren't necessarily attractive, butthere they were from somewhere else, so they kindo had tan alert to them andyou're like Oh yeah. That's why hethe exchange student shereknows how to push all the right buttons. If you know what I mean, beby yeahhit's exotic exactlye. Yes, I was thinking that if, if the exchange student happened tobe Irish, then she could have a name like Chevin, where it's spelt like Siob Han Chvon. I spelt like Siab Han. So that's one of those words. You knowwhat I mean it should be yeah, see I'm getting real medal now. Yeah. I'm glad,though, th t you, you kind a like box it and is exotic, and then he even saidyou know Ireland and I'm just like swahilie. Like that's a the craziestplace. I could think someone could come from yeah. I'm thinking you know, I'mthinking small, I'm like Canada, that's I's exotic man, hey kind! Is it reallya still white people? You Know Ireland, Canada, there's still a bunch of yeahthat exotic you're racist, that's what you are yeah all right enough of all this I'm goingto go crack open some Chada CDs and she e Big News- has arrived and is droppedin her heads like a piano surpriseus on the street, one of our favorite. If notI mean, realistically, it is our favorite comedy. Troop of all time sureis coming back with some new television shows on Amazon, prime, and if youdon't know who this is by now, you must be living underneath a rock or youdon't have a telephone or the Internet, but is speaking of Canada like you didearlier thining it wasn't exotic the kids in the hall yeah. That is that'san exotic ship man they. Ah I tell you, I I like my my sketchcomedy Canadian little bit of Puteine, maybe maybe the French accent and inSrag you know yeah, those guys were definitely in Dreg. They didn't reallyhave French accents but UH. You know well wee gen on the character they playthat this is true. This is very true and we've been watching them fordecades. We've seen them perform live it's it's. I've mentioned in the past. When peopleaskd me who raised you, I I say Yah, Canadians and drag because I was alongand I'd come home and watch the kids in...

...the hall after school and Ye. God blessthe Comedy Channel Central now, but it was the comedy channel back there.Little inion world, littl, Rachiel, sweet, some higgins, boys in rbob yeahand the GROUVER, but it was really influential on on my humor and howrealistically, how I I kindof see the world. So it's I agree, it's somethingyou didn't expect, especially since I've I've read a book. I'd like to say, I read more, but Ididn't have only read one about the groom, the troop, the group, the thepoop and Um. I thought you MA. Ua only read one book ever look period. Yes,yes, IAVE. Only! No I've read to my credit. I've read at least two butOkbut yeah. You know it was kind of a surprise knowing that they are slightlymaturial and especially with their relationships with each other Ye. SoI've heard that I I imagine, the money bags must have also been knocking atthe door. Saying Hey we're going to pay you through the nose yeah to get back,I'm usually a good mo motivator to get people to to catch up some of theirdifferences, or at least you know, try to look the other way for a while yeah.I know I wish we could fight and someone would throw money at us. Yeahman pay us to get back together. I can't work with you anymore, nate, with reconcilable differences, visions,yeah, exactly something you know, but you know this whole thing is wonderfulnews. It's great news. I mean I am jazzed. I can't wait for it to come up,but I'm also slightly disappointed because the following day I go on my myphone just grolling through and all the news from every click bait site on theface of the whatever interwebs. U Kno, kids in the hall, returning the fivebest skits that you need to know H, fats about kids in the hall. Can youbelieve the kids in the hall are return, an I'm like where what holy, Co you'restuck in the algorithm, the algorithms got you stuck in a world of kids in thehall means and articles and online surveys. You know I get the same thingsurf like the recent Welli get the same thing with the recent reformation of M Rangl, which wasanother huge thing from our youth, but to keep it on kids in the home and YI'm getting I'm getting similar articles and recomendations and newsyeah feeds and whatnot. We should really be happy that they'reback into spotlight, but in the same time, I'm a little. I don't know kindof discouraged by it auslike when we were teenagers right and and YEUdiscovered, a new ban and you felt like maybe you and your little crew offriends were the only people who were into 'em. So they were yours. It'salmost like they belongd to you. They spoke your language, you know right and then they get a music videoor are they gointa hit single on the radio and suddenly they're hugesuperstars? And they don't belong to you anymore. They've blown up, I'm notsure to say that's. The same thing is happening here exactly, but for me it'slike where were all you mother, fuckers ten years ago, when I was dying to talk,you know the kids in the hall, a catches with Ther Jeeze, I'd, I'd loveto make a flying pig reference and Havn someone say. Yes, I get you. I've gotit. You know I'm with Tye man. It's I felt the same way. I went to seefaithno more a few years ago on one of their reunion tours and I just feltlike there. So many like young people at those shows that either we're tooyoung to have listeno fate, the more back in the day or or there's people that I know for afact these guys probably were. I don't know it just felt like the numbers haveinflated in over the years and back when it counted they probably weren'tsupporting them back. Then you know when they, when it would have made moreof a difference right and the kids in the hall were always a Col favorite.You know it wasn't just mean and you and like five other people who enjoyedthem obviously, but at the same time Ri t it's still like. I don't know you,you feel like something's being taken...

...away from your or your personalitiesbeing picked out a little bit when fucking, I don't know, happy vibes DiCom, all of a sudden pops up and says everything you need to know about dayfoly, and it's like what the fuck w w what's going on. You know, but hey, itis what it is, and you know it's funny. You brought up faith no more too,because it's another band at me and you just love to death and they are doing atour this summer, Yep with fucking corn with Co. I know coins little a a littlecheesymen. I mean I understand that this point, corn is probably achieve some kind of a legend statusthemselves. 'cause, it's been twenty someod years since they first, you knowrformed, but I mean to me: it still seems like corn doesn't have the theclout or they shouldn't have the cloud to or the legend like, Mathan Wo. Butexactly you know, that's me Wel. I bring it up because I'm hearing a lotabout Faith Tho more now where people are live. Oh can you believe themorders going back on tour, I'm like who the fuck? This is myaccounting. Why? What are you talking about when? Where did you come fromjust crunch the numbers and shut the fuck up? You N come on now you know,but it's just unbelievable. How yeah how the culture works. Pot, culturerather works in general and the moment something is announced the moment.Something might have any kind of heat attached to it. Wholly fucking Shitpeople clob on to it O, there's tons ofcontent created around it. You know it's not content, creatatiuntregargitation, but it's all content. It's all! That's all anything isnowadays it's like just create something that takes up space on theInternet. You know some kind of content, whether it's a video, an article, aquiz, something its content and that's what people get paid to do. It's acontent, creating culture wherein which is most people, don't get paid to do itThouna most people do it for free sure sure, but eventually they may createenough of a a reputation where somebody will pay them for Thoug. Now women iscontent, onomcreating, an wow who good for you chucklehead yea, have fun with all that fucking contactKlook at all our content, people. We create some content, man yeah, but youknow what we're not looking for for Click Bait, O Yo, like Oh Wepayyou,knoalote, we're going for quality, no or yeah. You know what no fuck that youknow. Let's do what they do. Let Cal e Tyeah remember Octo Mom Hereis what shelooks like fifteen years later, Licke here right now, if Youve ever listened to the showbefore you've probably heard me say my doctor is an absolute quick. She is a terrible physician, but myinsurance kinda sucks, so I'm limited on who I can and cannot see you o well,I had enough couldn't take it anymore. I startd a new search and I found a newdoctor and guess what Na I he is equally a Shitty as he old a a man.It's like an epidemic of Shitty doctors, I've Goyes! Yes, it is, and you knowhow does one truly gauge a doctor, you know: Is it their their manner in whichthey talk to you? Is it the level of care that you think they're providing,for example, if I was to ask you na what would make a good doctor? Well, Itell you: It's not mine. Okay, I think same boat, Ye h, whereas what I'msaying, I think, what makes I good versus bad doctor is a combination ofthings. It's it's partially the bedside manner, because yeah I've got mydoctor's. A piece of shit he's a condescending jerk like he he'. I feelslike he'd, be little he', sometim right, but Moya aside from that, though I'veI've found multiple cases where he doesn't know what he's talking aboutwhere. If I look things up, I see that he's been completely wrong about asituation and that's a big one. Yeah Yo...

...o he just brought up knowledge base y.You know how much this doctor knows. 'cause, you don't want to bemisdiagnosed right. I guess I should have said that is number one. I meanthe doctor, cand really be a big fat cut, but as long as they're they'retreating your problems properly, you know Youe Gotto, give Hem a little bitof slack because they know their shit right now. Well get this! I went to gosee this new fucking doctor because I got a sore wrist mm. Okay, a sore wristOka, my wrist looks normal and average. You would say right. He doesn't look oalarmingly Strane Oel the moment I get into the office. This doctor takesabout thirty to forty minutes. US telling me about my my weight problem.WHY MIND YOU EAH? He basically told him a big fat, fucking, Turd wo and I nevereven questioned or made one kind of remark about wanting to know anythingabout my wing caring about my weight. I might as well put on h the paperworkbefore I went in I like being fat. Yeah Y, don't worry about it, don't mentionit 'cause on! Yes, please don't mention it, but I mean literally Thi's fuckingguys like Okay David now he he's an Asian guy. Ohe's got a little bit onaccent o w at first, you think is good too. You know, I don't want to soundbad, but you might think he might have some some homeopathic remedies orsomething for me or some Kindo. You know, or you just see a lot ofdiscipline and a lot of masters from Tho. You know those parts of the world. Yes, thank you again y. You Save myBakin that, but but I mean he's Aser, but it's a positive stereotype at leastokaywe'll. Take it we'll take it. Okay, we'll stamp at boom, approved Ih, and Imean he's looking at me, he's touching me and the whole time, I'm trying tosay Yeah Yeah Oka. I appreciate that I understand I I could use to lose a fewpounds her da but Ma'a. My wrist is fucking. Kille everybody's wantpainmeds, that's what I want from the fucking guy. You know. No me the fuckup give me something to pop. I know he's not going to give me any opieidsor thing, but still maybe an injection or something help me out, but I meanjust on on. I he's like Oh yeah. Your sex life will get better if you losesome weight. Okay, thanks for telling me that, oh you know what else is goingto get better if you lose weight just about everything, okay, you're outlookon life, I'll, you be a shiny, happy person, I get ya and then I finallysaid doc dock my wrist, my wrist, Oh yeah, Ye Yeh, I'm going to refer! Youto a specialist for that, I'm like, Oh, my God, so I sat in the waiting room.Well then, I sat in here L, let you just lecture me about my girth RightteIEL Ethe Youre gnt be pashing the buck right. You know I oshyeahand he's theone calling me a pasaship. Can you believe t what a fucking? What what a fucking? Oh,my God, I couldn't believe it so here I am now step between a rock and a hardplace, because I can't go back to the old doctor. There's no way ind goingback there. I basically told their staff off anyway, 'c Se ye H, yeah andnow this new doctor, you wants to see me again a couple of weeks. Oh, Iforget the best part. He prescribed me weight loss, medication whats, I didn'ttake it foryour rist yeah, essentially for my fucking wrisk,but no because he wants me to lose weight in fucking. I'm like okay,prescribe it to me and then I I I didn't even want to get a filld, but mywife's like, oh well, just just get it 'cause with my insurance. It does suckthe the M medicine was free. s was the harm in that right and its stillsitting on my counter right now. I refuse to take it. I got nothing for mywrist W, but I got pills because I'm a Fabombladi did he didn't give youanything it didn't give you like non narcotic paynmeds anything oyjus. Tell me. I take Ip Profan and gosee the pain, special oldude yeah. So so much for all that you know,stereotypical healing power to him, yeah is fucking. Wen was all holistic.There was nothing western about Ismesal.

He actually told me he's like you, Ave,tri Tumerick, oh yeah, like yeah. I've had tumric before he's like. Oh that's,a great antinflammatorywit's. Also like a Soice, you put im like yea. What doyou want me to do? You know I mean fucking, guys feeling my my shoulderhe's like. Oh you eat too much pizza, I'm like yeah. You can tell that frommy shoulder, fucking jerk wh springle, some tumoric on my pizza, ass Ho. Whatthe fuck I mean, I mean literally like wh Ou, get hit by a car and e getbought in to see this guy he's Likeo. Yes, I see his brain leaking from hisear. T he's just too fat. That's the problem even seid to me.Yegoes, look at me, I'm fifty two years old, I look weig better than you do.Wow It's like! Let's just go here, fror a daily dose of low self esteem. Youknow, shame m! How is that sharket helpful man? That's a situation where Ithink, even if he had the knowledge to back it up and he was worth his pay.You know as far as knowledge goes, I tay Waitin, Tumrickyeah, hihis bedside manner has a bit moreweight in that Scenari. Not to you know, that's a bad pint. I guess but yeahyeah yeah say that to the fat guy who feels terrible about himself. He with the fuck. I mean he justbasically wante me to walk out of there and what just Ju start a five k. Whatwas I supposed to do? I don't get it like yeah this wacking guy he's givingyou a pill he's not like telling you some kind of exercise, regimen oranything where he really wants to like. Even if he bods concerned about yourweight he's not trying to get all invested like let's put toget thedisease. Just like here. Take a fucking pill. You know plan this dude doesn'tknow what he's doing you might as well. Just fockin. Give me some Efphedron andtold me to jerk off now. Is that time of the show we like to think ourpartners, some great companies that provide us with coupon cos to give toyou and hat's me and tats you as well NA MSR? I was just vaping, some C bdItis. What it is. It is what it is: IIN Otat y. It is a great thing, and one ofour partners is Alpine. Hem Youn Find Him Alpine dotcom. It's a one, stopshop for all your CB D need if you knew to C bd, never tried to affore a greatplace to start. If you're like me and e I've been taking it for a long time.Even better because you're going to love the prices compared to otherplaces and they get it all- I mean NA name a product name, anything vap, thelic we' got it Mus Muscle Rub got it capsules, gummiestinctures pet products, everything they have it Alland. If you go to AlpineHAMP DOT COM and use code selling out nineteen, you save nineteen percent. Wealso have spank Loub Sponlo, I'm telling you right now save my marriage,because I mean who really want to fuck a big fat piece of Shit. Like me, youknow thtat's what I should have shown the doctor. I should have went in thatoffice with spunk Lub and said, shut up doc. I know what I'm doing. This is howI lose weight by getting down my old lady thanks to spunk. They have a fewdifer virieties of nonstating award winning Lubergen and you can find themat spunk, Loub, otcom and last but not least, Northland Vapor. I am a hugevapor. I love it. It helped me quit smoking and let me Tell You north anvapor, great place, great people and actually care about what you areputting into your body, because all of their e liquids are dike, toned freeand there are no artificial sweeteners, which is also important for those whodid not know, and you can find them at Northland, vapor, dot com and yet again,if you use that code selling out nineteen, you can save nineteen percentoff your entire order and remember by visiting our sponsors, you weresupporting the show and for that we thank Youdodoorhelpbe in time for Nat.Now, no I'm a pretty heels, dug in kind...

...of atheist and sceptic in general. As ateenager, I did the usual exploring of religions that a lot of artsyhipsterish kids. Do I read a little on daoism. I got the bug of Agita, theTibetan book of the dead, The Satanic Bible and a couple of other things bylavay. I even ended up with a copy of dionetics at one point then, on and onwhat all of the searching brought me to was the fact that nobody really knowsanything more than anyone else about what happens when we die or if there'sanything more than this little bit of life, we get to live for maybe eightyyears, if we're lucky. Another thing I realized is that there's literallynever been any confirmed evidence of anything supernatural at all: no Gods,no ghosts, no angels, no magic, Noxandis nopsychics. I realize thatit's fairly evident that we really are just another type of opportunist lifeform that happend to spring up on the one rock in this solar system. That wasthe right distance from our star, nothing magical about it. It's just amatter of life was able to form here. So it did it's not. The conditions werepreset to accommodate us by some God who wanted to hook us up. It's justthat life could grow here, so it did as one would expect. I would even say it'salmost inevitable that life exists on other plaits. When you look at how manythousands of stars we can see from here, never mind the countless ones we can,all those stars have potential solar systems of planets orbinting aroundthem, which leads one to figure that there have to be a number of planetsdwelling in their own sort of sweet spot like earth finds itself in a spotwhere life can grow. Who knows if anything like US grows there, but whydoes that matter? We always think we're special when I first really acceptedthe premis that we really are just these finite life forms and chances arethere's nothing coming after we die. I struggled with some strange dread, afeeling of pointlessness the feeling that, what's the point of really doinganything when it will all end the same regardless, this feeling still pops upmore than I would like many people find solace and religions,because they mostly tell you that there is more after this, they tell you thatthis is just a waiting area before going to where it really getsinteresting, whether for good or for bad other people find a sense ofpurpose in raising children. Creating a life and helping it to prepare for thewild and potentially heat pointless journey ahead. Seeing that some part ofyourself lives on even in DNA form is a good way to feel like your time here,made some kind of difference, but those of us that can't imagine having kids ofour own and who also can't buy into some grown ups fairy tale explanationof reality, where it all makes some kind of cosmic sense. We often facesome serious existential crises. What really is the point about this now that life isn't so full of tryingto survive, hunting and gathering, while simultaneously looking out forpredators now that those things are taken out of the equation? Mostly, itcan leave a lot of time for stress and for questioning all these biggerconcepts. I think a lot of this is why...

...the street atdic lifestyle suited me.It's a modern form of that kind of survival. Instead of hunting for foodand watching for predators. I was hunting for my next fix, or some moneyand looking over my shoulder for the cops again, not a lot of time forexistential woes other than just normal addicts, depression, of course, whenthe drugs go away and the lifestyle goes back to somewhat normal, thegeneral onwe in Malay's return. I finally realized at some point, however,that I was born with my own coping technique. I'm talking about my lovefor music and an ability to create my own. I'm aware that nate's notes is, bydefinition, supposed to be a segment about music. As I was writing this, Iwas feeling as though I wasn't doing a lot of writing about music, buthonestly, this ultimately has everything to do with music. As I lookback the most memorable and happiest times in my life, music was usually at least a large partof the memory like I'll remember what song o record was playing at the time,but a lot of the best times were either at a show or playing music myselfwitnessing the power of live music with other folks like church goers allexperiencing the transcendent powers of music. Together, a good show can feellike a drug experience. It can feel magical whether it's the loud soundwaves messing with your molecules, some pleasant and powerful effect of thevibrations coming from the sound system. It could be a life changing experiencefor some of us. I'm aware that music isn't as important to everyone hell. Iknow people who prefer to drive in the car in silence ratherather than listentof music at all. But that's why I'm lucky. I've found something that givesmy life some semblance of meaning, and not only that, but I seem to even havethe ability to create it myself, which feels even more meaningful. A good songcan make you smile or tear up or fill you with energy. It's powerful stuff,but jamming with a few other people and finding a groove together is a rareexperience that not everyone gets to feel you each add your own thing to it,but it becomes more than just the sum of those parts. I've always thoughtthat finding some connection with another person was one of the thingsthat gives life, meaning it's nice to feel less alone. On this rock in space,even for a bit when you add the element of creativity and find yourself workingwith some other humans to create something that didn't previously exist,that's SOM, powerful stuff. I'm glad that throughout my life, I've been ableto find different people who share these interests, because it's allowedme to hold onto some sort of sense of purpose and meaning a sense I couldn'tfind in the common areas of religion or career or creating children. So whenthere's plenty of Vapid, silly pot music out there and while there aresome producers who treat writing music like a mathematical equation, where thecorrect answer is always a bunch of dollar signs, there are some of us forwhom music still holds a more sacred place and who see music, as the lastplace, to find anything like real magic. Well, I'm disappointed in you. I amterribly disappointed in you because you know at the end you brought up thatthere is magic, but at the onset of your peace you were saying you didn'tbelieve in magic. So where do you...

...really stand in the Hokis Tocus? Ithink magic has just changed indefinition the the way I understoodmagic. When I was younger, it doesn't exist, but I don't know how else to really define.I don't know. I guess that's as close as I'm goingto get is what I'm, whatI'm saying, I'm gointo start tossing t around all willy nilly like this coffee.I'm drinking right now is just pure magic baby, it's miraculous it's magic,any anytime, something's good from now on. I'm gint say that is fucking magic,magic. That's evidence of real magic rigd there right in my mouth. There ismagic in my mouth right now, but you know I it's funny that you, youbrought up the having people increating, of course, in kind of like bonding withpeople, because I don't think let's say I was abig bur. Backiraq fan, probably wouldn't have become friends yeah. We needed that common ground asyoungsters don't o bond over initially, and thenwe discovered other aspects of our personalities that we enjoyed andbecame even greater friends, but you so needed to to you know initially h, youknow cross Apridge Yeah, some of our first memories of hanging out togetherwe're making music like not listening to music B playing together. You knowit was. It was almost a blind date scenario. We had sort of met and it waslike: Hey, let's get together and play some music we'll spend a whole daytogether playing music, a didn't, really know each other. You know and itsounded great yeah EIDEA. I don't know about the music, but the IA ID soundedgreat. The music was great enough man Ilis on I'm glad you're still into it, becauseif someone said you, you know now, Hey, let's go jam out for a day, you'd belike Whoha. Yes, that sounds like a good idea. Me I'd go BA, I don't know,but you Fian, meaning elsewhere. I know for a fact that you, you love being afather and that's something I don't H. I am a stepfather and I love being inJoey's life, and I love that he's in mine, but it's not like I'm passing mygenes or my name or any of that on he's. Just like he's a family member. He Itreat him like a son, but you know what I'm saying like. I didn't create a life,and I understand how important that is. You know, and so he doesn't get a liverfrom you. Vn He's Win Otmine O Muc Os sure, but when they say oh h,he needs this. Orgon you'd be like www. WH WHA is family, but he didn't comefrom my Loin, so sorry have to think about it. Yeah. You know, you know whatreally gets my rocks off more than anything in this world with a crochetmm. Yes, the Hie just keeping deat an a needle and knitting and Ni can't getenough of it. But you know your peace started off very depressing, but itreally does have an optimistic, ending, an feel overall, so good job on that you really H Open Yntern e y h, totally man, I I can appreciate that and it doesn't have tobe music like you said it can be anything. It just has to be that thatone thing that brings people together and kind of in a world of uncertainty,our lives are uncertain. We don't know what's going to happen whaven beforenow, world inthe world, where nothing is certain where Gods don't exist and there's nohope for children. Yeah, O Jeese, holy cow, well, F, Om for me to havechildren. Well still, but thank God, there's hotel, California, there's hopefor children do there's whope Ono! I was going to say thank God. There'slike a song out there that people can hey you like that too yeah, I don'tknow hy hotel. California was the first one I well! I don't know you see. I Eni,don't know this one, it's like! Maybe the first time you hear it it it's okay,but then I'm constant blast over th. I don't like the Umers as a rule, butthat song, I can't deny that that sunds...

...a cool. So really it's just crypticthat whole like you, can't, kill the beasts and, like you know, you cancheck out any time. It just feels like this hotel, this place of damnation.It's almost like it feels it's got that sense of magic. What that fucking, theeagles are giving me some kind of transcendent feeling who who knew andDon Henley playing the drums and he sang he was that guy he was one of Hemdid not se lleus. Do that too yeah he did, but then he yeah now he's. Ibelieve his son is like playing drums with them now or something. I forget,and I believe this is two shows in a row during nate's nose. I brought upPhil Callin, so so the yacht rock is getting in there somehow well he's notyacht rock, but I'm Ana Crochet, Pil, Collins, Um, incie or somethingeighties genesis is a little yout rocky. I don't know Hou think so little, maybea little. I don't know I I I'd, have to disagree with you on that one. I guessthat's a topic for another day, but yeah yeah, I guess so hey. I gotto tellyou something. Twe talked a little bit about the kids in the hall earlier, butwe almost made it through an entire selling out show without me talkingabout what I'm currently watching on t v MM, which seems like recently it'ssomething I have to throw out there to the masses and be like hey. This iswhat I'm fucking watching Iwhat I'm streaming inquiring mines, one a no,they sure as hell do and can you do that in like a movie read for meEnquiring Mines, one a know: what is Dave watching what is Dave watching onTV yeah? Well, I just want to let the fine furry folks out there, no, that Iinvested a lot of hours in a new television program, hunters whe er,available on Amazon, Prime Al Pocino Yeo. I think the first thing anybody knotohsaid to the woman, that's whatyou're gong to do, but Um- and I mean this- show gripped me grabbed me. I itmolested me to the point. Rie Yo knowill do tha hemall last, allegedly allegedly, who hide me to the point where I just couldn't seein the Ho Hedad and I couldn't stop watching it.Man It wa. It was amazing, fucking television but H, it ended so pissepoor. Oh No! It's ten episodes! Okay, H and I episode eight in particular, mademe FRY. Like a baby. Did I lo emotional STAK? I had an episode. Ete Hurt me onthe inside, like you wouldn't believe, but that final episode, it wasn't eventhe whole episode it 's. Like the last twenty minutes. You was so piss poor,ell man in so bad sucks. Do I it caused me pain. Yeah, listen! I know I ie. I felt it for twoseasons. After, like six good seasons of game of thrones. The last like twowere horrible, so I understand that feeling of just like betrayl and justlike Beng, let down you're like what the fuck happen. Man, it just fellapart yeat. I wanted to watch that show too, and Imean you should ICN guesno. No, you shouldn't give me your your opinion onit and if anybody out there anybody listeners have any opinions on thatshow or even our show, which I guess is more important. I guesyeah, don't re s necessarily about or y Ba Puccino an Yhua. You can. Weappreciate anything really yea. This is true. This lives have holes in them.Wewe do have a win. We need to fill our lives with cooh yeah, that was, thatsweet smell of content being stuck in my stinky hole, but if you ever want toreach out to us about anything...

...whatsoever, it's easy on our socials atselling out show or BA email, which, I believe is still a thing, has emailedgone the way of the laser disc. Yet it still exists. I think, but I'm an oldguy, so yeah H, but you can use selling out, show at Gmale dtcom. If you are soinclined and then, if you see a messenger pigeon, you can always tie alittle note to his little Lub. Is there? Is there a term for a pigeon's ankle?They have a atit's ankle, that's it yeah. It's called. I huha t a DOA pigeons who right as letter, APTA Pete stuff in letters of pigeons who, whenyou said Petr, I was even thinking about the animals AC animal activists.I was thinking about a guy named Peter hmaabeese. Pe ped O bread write in on petabread sticking. Hi Allwrite, Tos Peta, sound there listin right now named Peter Itas,like Oi, was going to write them along witter ti how much I liked them fuckd in I'll got to eat my pigeon anyway. That does it for this episodeof the selling out show. I want to thank each a every one of you fromtuning in we appreciate it virtual hugs all around you can feel it. I amsqueezing you through the device that you are listening to us on right now. Iam Dave that is nate, and this has been the selling out show.

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