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Episode 48 · 2 years ago

Ep.#48 Soundwave Spirituality

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

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 to those selling out show. You're excited feeling. What it does is beaches into your brain chemically and no, cat your happiest memory chemically and then knocks on that emotion and releases it chemically, and then it keeps your happy, happy. Hello, hello, hello, and thank you for tuning in to the selling out show, where we you screw up life at our leisure for your listening pleasure. I am one of your host David Shilts, and over here by my side is my good pal and partner in crime, Nate Gorezinski. Nate, how the Hell Are you? Well, I'll tell you, I'm a hell of lot better than I was this morning when I got Oh yeah, you are in distress. You texted me in some serious pain here, buddy. Yeah, I was afraid I wasn't going to be able to even record today, but I'm feeling better, man, because I was. It was one of those scenarios not to get to graphic, but I'm gonna okay, sure, because it was one of those scenarios where you're sitting on the toilet because you can't get off the toilet for more than a few moments and but then having to vomit into another receptacle at the same time. So you you just need things to capture all the fluids coming out of your body, and it's allful. God. So your body even decide what's going on here. I don't know, man. I just kind of white knuckled it and held on for the ride, and I'm feeling better now, so I'm grateful. I'm feeling good and it's a beautiful day outside. So yeah, we're we're doing a lot better than we were this morning. I hope you have really well too. Man. I'm doing great. You look fine, thankfully. You look like you have a little spring in your step. So you could do a little skip to the Lou we'll get to the Lou you and you went skipping to the loose earlier. was in the Lou all day, man, but I'll tell you all day. Yeah, the the the main thing that's got me with this little spring of my step as copious amounts of THHC and CBD. I've been helping me respectively. Both of it can't go wrong. So can't anyway, yeah, go wrong. Right on, Dude. You know, recently some words have fascinated me and I don't know why. I'm forty one years old. I've seen these words many places, many times, but they got me thinking and I want to I want to say these words to you. Look like a free to you, obviously. Yes, my friend here and kind of do some free association. She's really hard for me to say. I'm like association. But yeah, and when I say these to you, just just tell me the first thing that comes to your mind. I'm going to say both words first. Okay, okay, you're gonna see him in both. I'm gonna send them both. So there might be, you know, a split second, maybe three seconds, who knows, in between the words. So when I'm done saying the first word, don't yell out your response yet. Wait until both words come out of my face. Okay, okay, first word is Yamaka. Second Word is or DRV's. HMM, you want me to answer? Yeah, yes, now you are free to answer. Okay, I would say bar Mitzvah. Really. Yeah, yeah, see that. That makes a lot of sense, because if you are at a Bar Mitz for or Bat Mitzvah, that's depending on your gender. Yeah, let's keep it gender new trulier. Why not? It's two thousand and twenty, but still, they'll be snacks, there, they'll be some you know, the fuck when unders, they've got to be orders. But that's not the response that I was necessarily looking for, and the only reason why I say this is because I'm really...

...smitten by these words lately. Nice, because they are spelled completely different. Okay, then, the way that you actually pronounce them, I agree. Yeah, you are Yarmulkey, like irmal key, yeah, and that. Or there is this, like whores, di Orsa's even and a posh trophe in there too. Man, it's like if I'm if I was reading my kid a book in either of those words appeared in the book, I'd be like Ron Burgundy and anchorman, where he just reads everything exactly as it reads on the Q cards. Right, so exactly be like in the Yarma cool. Oh wait, yeah, yeah, I'm a C. Sorry, my bad. Yeah, the another word is colonel, like colonel, you know, Colonel's Colonel Musk. Yeah, colonels, exactly that. See You doing exactly what I wanted you to do. I'm holding you come up with more examples. I was being very literal. When I heard yeah, Imaka and Arders, I thought of celebrations, and you know things that involved both of those words. But you're right, you're I don't blame you, more abstractly, in looking at the words themselves. Yeah, I guess so. I mean, I didn't really fully prepare you either, I know. I mean, I'm like, and what the fuck? Came in a left field, man. Sorry, but I was coming from all these different perspectives here, but I'm really I don't know what it is. Yeah, but I'm romancing these pronunciations. I'm falling in love with these words. It's almost like if you were in high school and you got that born exchange student and they weren't necessarily attractive, but they're they were from somewhere else right, so they kind of had that alert to them, and you're like, Oh, yeah, that's why he lily exchange students sure knows how to push all the right buttons, if you know what I mean. Maybe, yeah, yeah, man, that's exotic exactly is yes, I was thinking that if the exchange student happened to be Irish, then she could have a name like Chivan. We're it's spelt like Siobhan. Chavan. It's spelt like Siub hand. So that's one of those words, you know, what I mean. You could be. Yeah, see, I'm getting real meadow now. Yeah, I'm glad, though, that you kind of like box it in. Is Exotic. And then he even said, you know, Ireland, and I'm just like swaheely, like that's the most craziest place I can think someone could come from. Yeah, I'm thinking, you know, I'm thinking small. I'm like Canada, that's it's exotic, man, Hey, kind is it really is? Still White people, you know, Ireland, Canada, still a bunch of yeah, that exotic. You're racist, that's what you are. Yeah, she's all right, enough of all this. I'M gonna go crack open some shod a CDs and she ate. The big news has arrived. Is dropped in our heads like a piano surprises on the street. One of our favorite, if not, I mean realistically, it is our favorite comedy troup of all time. Sure is coming back with some new television shows on Amazon prime. And if you don't know who this is by now, you must be living underneath the rock or you don't have a telephone or the Internet, but it is speaking of Canada, like you did earlier, saying it wasn't exotic. The kids in the hall. Yeah, that is that's some exotic shit, man. They I tell you, I like my my sketch comedy, Canadian, a little bit of poutine. Yeah, maybe, maybe the French accent and in drag, you know. Yeah, yeah, those guys were definitely in dragged. They didn't really have French accents, but you know, well, we've been on the character they played it. This is true. This is very true, and we've been watching them for decades. We've seen them perform live. It's I've mentioned in the past. When people ask me out who raised you, I say Canadians and drag because I was a locking key kid and I'd come home and watch the kids in the hall after...

...school. And Yeah, God bless the Comedy Channel, essentral now, but it was the comedy channel back, that little onion world, little Rachel Sweets Higgins boys and group up. Yeah, and the grouper, but it was really influential on on my humor and how, realistically, how I kind of see the world. So it's I agree. It's something you didn't expect, especially since I've read a book. I'd like to say I read more, but I didn't. Have only read one about the group the Troope, the group, the the Poop, and I thought you mean you only read one book ever, look period. Yes, yes, I've only read. No, I've read. To my credit, I've read at least two. But okay. But yeah, you know, it was kind of a surprise, knowing that they are slightly mercurial, and especially with their relationships with each other. Yeah, so I've heard that. I imagine the money bags must have also been knocking at the door saying hey, we're going to pay you through the nose. Yeah, to get back's usually a good motivator to get people to patch up some of their differences 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. Yeah, man, pay us to get back together. I can't work with you anymore, nate, with erectonsilable differences, visions, yeah, exactly something. You know. But you know, this whole thing is wonderful news, is great news. I mean, I am jazz up. I can't wait for it to come out, but I'm also slightly disappointed because the following day I go on my phone just scrolling through in all the news from every click bait site on the face of the whatever interwebs. Yeah, kids in the hall returning, the five best skits that you need to know facts about kids in the hall. Can you believe the kids in the hall or return? I'm like, where? What? Holy Cow, you're stuck in the algorithm. The Algorithms got you stuck in a world of kids in the hall, memes and articles and online surveys. You know, I get the same thing, serf, with like the recent well, I get the same thing with the recent reform nation of Missr Angle, which was another huge thing from our youth. But to keep it on kids in a home and yeah, I'm getting I'm getting similar articles and recommendations and news, yeah, feeds and what we should really be happy that they're back in the spotlight, but in the same time I'm a little, I don't know, kind of discouraged by it. Oh, yeah, it's like we're a teenagers, right, and he discovered a new band and you felt like maybe you and your little crew of friends were the only people who were into them. So they were yours. is almost like they belonged to you. They spoke your language, you know. Right. Yeah, and then they get a music video or they got a hit single on the radio and suddenly they're huge superstars and they don't belong to you anymore. They've blown up. I'm not sure to say this the same thing, yeah, is happening here exactly, but for me it's like where we're all, you motherfuckers, ten years ago, when I was dying to talk, you know, the kids in the hall sketches with here. Geez, I'd love to make a flying pig reference and having someone say yes, I get you, I've got it, you know, I'm with the man. It's I felt the same way. I went to see faith no more a few years ago on one of their reunion tours and I just felt like the so many like young people at those shows that either were too young to have listened to faith the more back in the day, or or there's people that I know for a fact these guys probably more. I don't know. It's just felt like the numbers have inflated in over the years and back when it counted, they probably weren't supporting them back then. You know when they when it would have made more of a difference. Right and the kids in the hall were always a cult favorite. You know wasn't just me and you would like five other people you know who enjoyed them, obviously, but at the same time, right is still like, I don't know, you feel like something's...

...being taken away from you or your personalities being picked out a little bit when fucking, I don't know, happy vibescom all a sudden pops up and says everything you need to know about Dave Foley, and it's like, what the fuck, what's going on? You know, yeah, but hey, yeah, it is what it is, and exactly. You know, it's funny you brought up faith no more to because it's another band that me and you just love to death, and they are doing a tour this summer, Yep, with fucking corn. Yeah, I corn. I know corns a little lass, a little cheesy, man. I mean I understand at this point corn is probably achieved some kind of legend status themselves, because it's been twenty some odd years since they first, you know, write, formed. But I mean to me still seems like corn doesn't have the cloud, or they shouldn't have the cloud to the door of the legend like Faithan were. But exactly, you know. That's me. Why bring it up? Because I'm here a lot about faith. No more now where people are like, Oh, I can you believe the more is going back on tour. Yeah, I'm like, who the fuck, this is my accountant. What are you talking about? When? Where did you come from? Just crunch the numbers and shut the fuck up. You don't. Come on now you know, but it's just unbelievable. How, yeah, how the culture works, pop culture rather works in general. And the moment something is announced, the moment something might have any kind of heat attached to it, holy fucking Shit, people, you GLOB onto it. Oh yeah, this tons of content created around it. You know, it's not content creates just for garigitation. But it's all content, man, it's all. That's all anything is nowadays. It's like just create something that takes up space on the Internet, you know, some kind of content, whether it's a video and article, a quiz something, it's content, and that's what people get paid to dude. It's a content creating culture. Where in which is most people don't get paid to do with O nate. Most people do it for free, sure, sure, but eventually they may create enough of a reputation where somebody will pay them for they'll be. We made this content, I'm creating. Yeah, wow, whoo, good for you, chuckle head. Yeah, have fun with all that fucking content. Look at all our content, people. We create some content. And, yeah, but you know what? We're not looking for for Click Bait. Ok Look, oh, we hay. You know, quality. We're going for quality in that Quart Yeah, you know what? No, fuck that, you know. Let's do what they do. Okay, let's talk about yeah, remember octo mom, here's what she looks like fifteen years later. Click here right now. If you've ever listened to the show before, you probably heard me say my doctor is an absolute quack. She is a terrible physician, but my insurance kind of sucks. I'm limited on who I can and cannot see. Yep. Well, I had enough, couldn't take it anymore. I started a new search and I found a new doctor. And guess what, Nate, what's a he is equally as Shitty, is he? Old Doctor? Man, it's like an epidemic of shitty doctors. I've got one that's yes, yes, it is. And you know, how does one truly gage a doctor? You know, is it there? Their manner in which they talked to you, is it the the level of care that you think they're providing? For example, if I was ask you, nate, yeah, what would make a good doctor move Le, tell you it's not mine. Okay, I think same boat. Yeah, well, that's what I'm saying. I think what makes a good versus bad doctor is a combination of things. It's it's partially the bedside manner, because, yeah, I've got my doctor's a piece of Shitty's a condescending jerk like he. He's it feels like he'd belittles me sometimes. Right, but, Mollia, aside from that, though, I've I've found multiple cases where he doesn't know what he's talking about, where, if I look things up, I see that he's been completely wrong about a situation, and...

...that's a big one. Yeah, you know they you just brought up knowledge base. Yeah, you know how much this Dr knows, because you don't want to be misdiagnosed. Right, I guess I should have said that is number one. I mean, the doctor could really be a big fat cunt, but as long as they're they're treating your problems properly. You know, you got to give him a little bit of slack, because they know their shit, right. Yeah, well, get this. I went to go see this new fucking doctor because I got a sore wrist. Okay, sore wrist. Okay, my wrist looks normal and average, you would say. Right, he doesn't look alarmingly strange. No, well, the moment I get into the office, this doctor takes about thirty to forty minutes just telling me about my weight problem. Why, mind you? Yeah, he basically told me I'm a big fat fucking Turd. Wow, and I'd never even question or made one kind of remark about wanting to know anything about my weight. Right, caring about my weight. Yeah, I m might as well put on the the the paperwork before I went in. I like being fat. Yeah, yeah, don't worry about it, don't mention it, because don't. Yes, please, don't mention it. But I mean literally this fucking guys like, okay, David, now he's an Asian guy. Okay, he's get a little bit of an accent, which at first you think is good too, you know, I don't want to sound bad. Yeah, but you might think he might have some some homeopathic remedies or something for me, or some kind of know, or you just see a lot of discipline and a lot of dusters from those, you know, those parts of the world. And Yeah, there, yes, thank you again. You saved my baking with that. But, but, I mean he's a stereotype, but it's a positive stereotype at least. Okay, we'll take it, we'll take it. Okay, we'll stamp it, boom approved. and He, I mean he's looking at me, he's touching me, and the whole time I'm trying to say yeah, yeah, okay, I appreciate that. I understand. I could use to lose a few your pounds. Yeah, DOC, but man, my wrist is fucking killed every really is. Want Pain meds. That's what I want from the fucking guy. Yeah, you know, numb me the fuck up, give me something to pop. I know he's not going to give me any opie words or anything, but still it maybe an injection or something. Help me out, but I mean just on on a he's like, Oh, yeah, your sex life will get better if you lose some weight. Okay, thanks for telling me that. Oh you know what else is going to get better if you lose weight? Just about everything, okay, your outlook on life. I'll be be a shiny happy person. I get you. And then I finally sent Doc, doc, my wrist, my wrist, Oh yeah, yeah, I'm going to refer you to a specialist for that. I'm like, Oh my God. So I sat in the waiting room. Wow, then I sat in here and let you just lecture me, yeah, about my girth, right, to me's even help me. Then you're going to be passing the buck, right, you know? Well, Mos Shit. Yeah, and he's a one, calling me a piece of shit. Can you believe that? What a fucking, what a fucking Oh my God, I couldn't believe it. So here I am now, stepped between a rock and a hard place, because I can't go back to the old doctor right, there's no way I'm going back there. I basically told their staff off anyway, because, yeah, man, yeah, and now this new doctor you wants to see me get a couple weeks. Oh, I forget the best part. He prescribed me weight loss medication. What's I didn't take it for your wrist? Yeah, essentially for my fucking wrist, but no, because he wants me to lose weight and fucking I'm like, okay, prescribe it to me, and then I I didn't even want to get it filled. Yeah, but my wife's like, oh well, just just get it because with my insurance that does suck. The medicine was free, so what's the harm in that? Right? Yeah, and it's still sitting on my counter. M Right now. I refuse to take it, but I got nothing for my wrist. WHOA, but I got pills because I'm a fatty boom Ba laddie. Did he didn't give you anything. He didn't give you like non narcotic pain meds, anything fucking holy not. As told me to take ib profin and go see the pain special wow, dude. Well, yeah, so, so much for all that, you know, stereotypical healing power. Damn. Yeah, it's fucking it was when he was all holistic. There was nothing western about isn't dis these looking? Yeah, he actually told me he's like...

...given tried to Maric Oh. Yeah, like, yeah, I've had to miric before. He's like, oh, that's a great anti inflammatory. It's also like avice. You put him like yeah, what do you want me to do? You know, I mean fucking guys. Feeling my shoulder, he's like all, you eat too much pizza. Like yeah, you can tell for my should you fucking jerk I when I sprinkle some Tumric on my pizza? Asshole, what the Fuck I mean? I mean literally, like what, you can get hit by a car. He brought in to see this guy. He's Ahh, yes, I see his brain leaking from his ear. Yeah, but he's just too fat. Yeah, man, that's the problem. Even said to me, you goes, look at me, I'm fifty two years old. I look way better than you do. Wow, man, it's like, let's just go here from my daily dose of low self esteem. You know, shame. Yeah, man, how is that fucking helpful? Man, that's a situation where I think, even if he had the knowledge to back it up and he was worth his pay, you know, as far as knowledge goes, I think wait and Tumric. Yeah, his bedside manner has a bit more weight in that scenario. Not to you know, that's a bad pun, I guess, but yeah, yeah, let's say that to the fat guy who feels terrible about himself now. He what the Fuck I mean? He just basically want me to walk out of there. And what just is start a k like what was I supposed to do? I don't get it like, yeah, this is fucking guy. He's giving you a pill. He's not like, yeah, telling you some kind of exercise regiment or anything where he really wants to like, even if he was concerned about your weight. He's not trying to get all invested, like let's put together this, he's just like, you know, take a fucking pill, you know, plan this. Dude doesn't know what he's doing. Dude, you might as well just fucking give me some ephederin and told me to jerk off. Now is that time of the show. We like to thank our partners, some great companies that provide us with cupon Co's to give to you. And that's me and that's you as well, nate. That's right, Mr I was just vaping some CBD. It is what it is, man, it is what it is. And, speaking of that, it is a great thing, and one of our partners is Alpine hemp. You can find him at Alpine Hempcom. It's a onestop shop for all your CBD needs. If you knew to CBD, never try it before. A great place to start. If you're like me and they have been taking it for a long time, even better because you're going to love the prices compared to other places, and they got it all. I mean nate, name a product, name anything. Um, vape, look, you liquid, got it, must muscle rub, got it. Capsules, gummies, tinctures, pet products, everything. They have it all. And if you go to Alpine Hempcom and use code selling out nineteen, you save nineteen percent. We also have spunk lube, spunk loop. 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? You know, that's what I should have shown the doctor. I should have went in that office with spunk Lube and said, shut up, doc, I know what I'm doing. This is how I lose weight, by getting down my Old Lady. Thanks to spunk, they have a few diff varieties of non stating award winning lubricant and you can find them at spunk lubecom. And, last but not least, Northland Vapor. I am a huge vapor I love it. It helped me quit smoking. And let me Tell You, Northland vapor great place, great people and actually care about what you are putting into your body, because all of their e liquids are dike tone free and there are no artificial sweeteners, which is also important for those who did not know, and you can find them at Northland vaporcom. And, yet again, if you use that code selling out nineteen, you can save nineteen percent off your entire order. And remember, by visiting our sponsors you were supporting the show, and for that we thank you. Dust up your lps. It's time for nates.

No, no, no. I'm a pretty heels dug in kind of atheists and skeptic in general. As a teenager, I did the usual exploring of religions that a lot of artsy hipsterish kids do. I read a little on Taoism, I got the Bugabud Guida, the Tibetan book of the dead, The Satanic Bible and a couple other things by leavey. I even ended up with a copy of dianetics at one point, and on and on. What all of the searching brought me to was the fact that nobody really knows anything more than anyone else about what happens when we die, or if there's anything more than this little bit of life we get to live for, maybe eighty years if we're lucky. Another thing I realized is that there's literally never been any confirmed evidence of anything supernatural at all. No gods, no ghosts, no angels, no magic, no zombies, no psychics. I realize that it's fairly evident that we really are just another type of opportunist life form that happened to spring up on the one rock in this solar system that was the right distance from our star. Nothing magical about it. It's just a matter of life was able to form here, so it did. It's not the conditions were pre set to accommodate us by some God who wanted to hook us up. It's just that life could grow here, so it did, as one would expect. I would even say it's almost inevitable that life exists on other planets when you look at how many thousands of stars we can see from here, never mind the countless ones we can all those stars have potential solar systems of planets orbiting around them, which leads one to figure that there have to be a number of planets dwelling in their own sort of sweet spot, like Earth finds itself in a spot where life can grow. Who knows if anything like US grows there. But why does that matter? And we always think we're special. When I first really accepted the premise that we really are just these finite life forms and chances are there's nothing coming after we die, I struggled with some strange dread, a feeling of pointlessness and feeling that what's the point of really doing anything when it will all end the same regardless? This feeling still pops up more than I would like. Many people find solace in religions because they mostly tell you that there is more after this. They tell you that this is just a waiting area before going to where it really gets interesting, whether for good or for bad. Other people find a sense of purpose in raising children, creating a life and helping it to prepare for the wild and potentially heat pointless journey ahead. Seeing that some part of yourself 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 of our own and who also can't buy into some grown ups fairy tale explanation of reality where it all makes some kind of cosmic sense, we often face some serious existential crises. What really is the point of all of this? Now that life isn't so full of trying to survive hunting and gathering while simultaneously looking out for predators. Now that those things are taken out of the equation, mostly it can leave a lot of time for stress and for questioning all these bigger concepts. I think a lot of this is...

...why the street attict lifestyle suited me. It's a modern form of that kind of survival. Instead of hunting for food and watching for predators, I was hunting for my next fix or some money and looking over my shoulder for the cops. Again, not a lot of time for existential woes other than just normal addict depression. Of course, when the drugs go away in the lifestyle goes back to somewhat normal, the general on we and Malaise Return. I finally realized that some point, however, that I was born with my own coping technique. I'm talking about my love from music and an ability to create my own I'm aware that nate's notes is, by definition, supposed to be a segment about music. As I was writing this, I was feeling as though I wasn't doing a lot of writing about music. But on honestly, this ultimately has everything to do with music. As I looked back at the most memorable and happiest times in my life, music was usually at least a large part of the memory. Like I'll remember what song or record was playing at the time, but a lot of the best times were either at a show or playing music myself, witnessing the power of live music with other folks like church goers, all experiencing the transcendent powers of music together. A good show can feel like a drug experience. It can feel magical, whether it's the loud sound waves messing with your molecules some pleasant and powerful effect of the vibrations coming from the sound system. It can be a life changing experience for some of us. I'm aware that music isn't as important to everyone. Hell, I know people who prefer to drive in the car in silence rather than listen to music at all. But that's why I'm lucky. I've found something that gives my life some semblance of meaning, and not only that, but I seem to even have the ability to create it myself, which feels even more meaningful. A good song can make you smile or tear up or fill you with energy. It's powerful stuff, but jamming with a few other people in finding a groove together is a rare experience 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 thought that finding some connection with another person was one of the things that gives life meaning. It's nice to feel less alone on this rock and space, even for a bit. When you add the element of creativity and find yourself working with some other humans to create something that didn't previously exist, that's some powerful stuff. I'm glad that throughout my life I've been able to find different people who share these interests, because it's allowed me to hold on to some sort of sense of purpose and meaning, a sense I couldn't find in the common areas of religion or career or creating children. So, when there's plenty of Vapid, silly pop music out there, and while there are some producers who treat writing music like a mathematical equation where the correct answer is always a bunch of dollar signs, there are some of us for whom music still holds a more sacred place and who see music as the last place to find anything like real magic. Well, I'm disappointed in you. I am terribly disappointed in you, because you know, at the end you brought up that there is magic, but at the onset of your piece you were saying you didn't believe in magic. So where...

...do you really stand in the Hocus pocus? I think magic has just changed in definition. The the way I understood magic when I was younger 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 going to get, is what I'm what I'm saying I'm going to start tossing around all Willy Nilly like this coffee I'm durning right now is there's pure magic, baby. It's miraculous, it's magic any anytime something's good. From now on I'm to say that is fucking magic, magic, that's evidence of real magic right there, right in my mouth. There is magic in my mouth right now. But you know, it is funny that you you brought up the having people in creating, of course, in kind of like bonding with people. Yeah, because I don't think, let's say, I was a big burnt Baccarac Fan, yeah, probably wouldn't have become friends. Yeah, because we needed that common ground. As youngsters, right, you don't to bond over initially, and then we discovered other aspects of our personalities that we enjoyed and became even greater friends. But you still needed to, you know, initially, you know, cross a bridge. Yeah, some of our first memories of hanging out together we're making music, like not just listening to music, but playing together. You know, it was it was almost a blind date scenario. We had sort of met and it was like, Hey, let's get together and play some music. Will spend a whole day together playing music. Yeah, you didn't really know each other, you know, and it sounded great. Yeah, it was all. I mean the idea. I don't know about the music, but the idea, idea, sounded great. The music was great enough. Man, it wasn't. I'm glad you're still into it, because if someone says you, you know now, Hey, let's go jam out for a day, you'd be like who ha, yes, that sounds like a good idea. Me, I'd go, man, I don't know. Yeah, but you find meaning elsewhere. I know for a fact that you you love being a father, and that's something I don't have. I'm I am a stepfather and I love being in Joey's life and I love that he's in mine, but it's not like I'm passing my jeans or my name or any of that on. He's just like he's a family member. He I treat 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 liver from you. Well, if you ever needs a wouldn't want mine. Yeah, well, how much you're true. But when they say, Oh, he needs this organ, you be like, Whoa, the little is family. Yeah, but he didn't come from my loins. So sorry, I have to think about it. Yeah, you know. And you know what really gets my rocks off more than anything in this world? WHAT'S CROCHET? MMM, yes, those eyes just keeping dining and needles and knitting and knitting. Can't get enough of it. But you know, your peace started off very depressing, hmm, but it really does have an optimistic ending in feel over all. So look at that. Good job on that. You really open my third eye. Yeah, totally, man, I can appreciate that. And it doesn't have to be music, like you said, it can be anything. It just has to be that, that one 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. We're happen before now world, world where nothing is certain. We're gods, don't exist and there's no hope for children. Yeah, you're Geez, holy cow, well from for me to have children, you all still but thank God there's Hotel California. There's hope for children. Don't yeah, there's hope for chill. Gonna say you think God, this like a song out there that people can hey, you like that tune? Yeah, I don't know, like Hotel California. He was the first one. I well, I don't know. It's say such end of the place. Yeah, I don't know this one. It's like maybe the first time you hear it said it's okay, but then I constant blast over the girl, like the summer. Those as a rule. But that's song. I can't deny that. That sounds...

...a cool. Sorry, really it's just cryptic. That whole like you can't kill the beasts and like, you know, you can check out any time, and what it just feels like the his hotel, this place of Damn nation. It's almost like it feels. It's got that sense of magical that fucking the eagles are giving me, some kind of transcended feeling. Who Knew and Don Henley playing the drums and he sang? He was that guy. Yeah, he was one of them. Didn't see a lot of let's do that too. Yeah, he did, but then he yea. Now he's I believe 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 notes I brought up Phil Collins. So, so the yacht rock is getting in there somehow. Well, he's not Yeat Rock, but I'm going to crochet I Phil Collins Sink I or something. S Genesis is a little yacht rocky. I don't know. You think so little, maybe a little? I don't know. I'd have to disagree with you on that one. I guess that's a topic for another day, but yeah, I guess. Hey, I gotta tell you something. Let's we talked a little bit about the kids in the hall earlier. MMM, but we almost made it through an entire selling out show without me talking about what I'm currently watching on TV. MMM, which seems like recently is something I have to throw out there to the masses and be like, Hey, this is what I'm fucking watching, is what I'm streaming. Inquiring minds want to know. They sure as he'll do. And can you do that in like a movie read for me. Inquiring minds want to know what is Dave watching? What is Dave watching on TV? Yeah, well, I just want to let the fine furry folks out there know that I invested a lot of hours in the new television program hunters, which is available on Amazon prime. I'll Paccino, the yeah, who has the first thing anybody she knows said to the woman. That's like I gonna do. But, and I mean this show gripped me. It grabbed me, it molested me right to the point where I was you know, we'll do that. Yeah, he molest allegedly, allegedly, who had me? Yeah, to the point where I just couldn't said you in the WHO Ha, yeah, he did, and I couldn't stop watching it. mant it was. It was amazing fucking television, but it ended so piss poor. Oh No, it's ten episodes. Okay, yeah, and I will. Episode Eight in particular made me cry like a baby. Watch it, emotional steak. I had an episode eight hurt me on the inside like you wouldn't believe. Wow, but that final episode, it wasn't even the whole episode, it's like the last twenty minutes. Yeah, was so piss poor oh man in so bad. It sucks. Yeah, it, Dude. It caused me pain. Yeah, listen, I know. I I felt it for two seasons. After like six good seasons of game of thrones, the last like two were horrible. So I understand that feeling of just like betrayal and just like being let down. You're like, what the fuck happened, man? It just fell apart. Yeah, yeah, we see. I wanted to watch that show too, and now I'm I mean, you should second guessing it. No, no, you shouldn't. Give me your opinion on it and if anybody out there and if our listeners have any opinions on that show or even our show, yeah, which I guess is more important. Yeah, I guess. Yeah, don't write. It's necessarily about hunters. Feel about Puccino. Yeah, and your who ha, you can well appreciate anything really now? Yeah, this is true. This is lies have holes in them that we know. We do have a content. We need to fill our lives with contract oh yeah, those that sweet smell of content being stuck in my stinky hole. But if you ever want to reach out to us about anything whatsoever, it's easy on our socials, at...

...selling out show or via email, which I believe is still a thing. Has emailed gone the way of the laser disc yet? No, it still exists, I think, but I'm an old guys, so well, yeah, but you can use selling out show at GMAILCOM if you are so inclined. And then if you see a messenger pigeon, you can always tie a little note to his little is there. Is there a term for a pigeons ankle? If they have a special it's ankle. That's it. Yeah, let's call it is who ha tie try it out to a pigeons who don't write as letters. Peter Peter this stuff and letters up pigeons. Who Huh? When you said Pete, I wasn't even thinking about the animals act, animal activists. I was thinking about a guy named Peter. Maybe maybe a piece of pee Peter Bread. Write it on Peter Bread sticking the pigeons right, does Peter someone else, someone out there listening right now, named Peters like. Oh, I'm gonna write them along winter to wow, which I liked. Fuck, then I'm gonna eat my pigeon. But anyway, that doesn't for this episode of the selling out show. I want to thank each and every one of you for tuning in. We appreciate it. Virtual hugs all around. You can feel it. I am squeezing you through the device that you are listening to us on right now. I am Dave. That is nate, and this has been the selling out shows six.

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