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What it does is breaches 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 into the selling out show where we screw up life at our leisure for your listening pleasure. I am one of your host David Schultzen. Over here by my side is my good buddy and partner in crime, Ras all Ghool. No, I'm just kidding. Due to his choice in facial hair, here it's actually Nathan Gore Zinski. Hi. Yeah, I'm the evil twin version of myself, like they used to do on Star Trek, like evil spock with the mustache. Oh Yeah, yeah, you definitely look sinister, my friend. I try see. It's not even necessarily a Raz I'll ghool, which sounds like a dish my nanny used to make, the Ghoul Ash. You get some salt and pepper going on there, and the salt kind of has these this little look on your Chinny, Chin, Chin. Yeah, I'm lucking out. I've got that the weird pattern to the gray where it's like, yeah, like two lines of it going down. It's almost like like Jake Jonah Jamison from the room. Yeah, yeah, spider man, where you have the white in the black. That pattern got a lot of comic conferences. Yeah, that's not cool. We are indeed well, you know, your beard in my beard have some vast differences. So I kind of envy the way that yours looks. Mine is really gray and wispy. It's it's got the great but you've got the opposite. You've got the two dark line. Yeah, and it's like we're mine are two way. So is that saying? Yours is like mostly salt with a little pepper. Yeah, and I'm still like most of pepper. Yeah, this is called the going, going, gone. That's what this is known as. But you know what is great to be talking to you, no matter what you got on your face. It's been a little bit and you know, we haven't talked to the audience in quite a while. So Hey, they're out there. Hi, hi, how are you be? What's going on? We celebrated some holidays, or I think we celebrated. Yeah, nate, you know, you being an atheist. What was Christmas all about? For you? Is just, you know, capital is m and anxiety exact yeahs, I was gonna say murdering trees to adorn your living room. There you go. But you still celebrate Christmas, right? You had a good, good old hoot nanny there. Yes, and I mean yes, we did gather. You know, carly and I with Joey having a boy who's I mean he's luckily up there where he's not like a little kid where you have to keep it sacred and there's Santa Claus and all these things, and it's like he's fifteen. He's kind of like, oh, cool, he gave me some inner money or whatever for Christmas and he doesn't expect a lot of like crazy decorations and all this stuff. We literally did not have a single Christmas decoration except like a couple cards we had gotten in the mail from people that we put on the fridge. But no, we didn't put anything out. And Wow, yeah, I don't know. I mean carly's mother lives upstairs from us and she kind of I mean she doesn't go crazy, but there were Christmas adornments up there. So if Joey wanted, he could go up there and hang out and get a little Christmas Eve. There you go. So stuck. Go up the stairs, see grandma. Yeah, good, that's what grandma's for anyway, you know. Yeah, keeping the find this holiday special. Yeah, cookie, she may cookies. Yeah, Oh my God, Dude. Oh, there we go. She's a big gun to some she is a baker, you know, having a step son who's fifteen, who doesn't care about all that stuff. When you said I give him money, yeah, video games or whatever, I was thinking, Hey, maybe it's time to get him a call girl. Imagine how great of a present that would have been if you were fifteen. I agree, but I think I'd probably get some kind of weird sex offender charge for doing something like that. You know, just just introducing that whole thing to him. I just feel like, you know, if he's squealed, I guess if he didn't rat in the in the prostitute or whoever didn't ra I'd...

...be okay. Yeah, you know, I don't know. That's a good question. Off to talk to him see, but you know, yeah, see what's up with that? I mean you'd also have to like look at your budget, budgetary constraints, because, you know, if it's a young man, is first exploration and at that area you don't want to get him some trashy broad right from a construct stop. Yeah, you got to get him some high end quality fun there. You sure it's? Look, that's like. I just think of the stories of like Russell Brand said his father was kind of like that with him and Anthony Keytis from the Red Hot Chili peppers. Sure notoriously was. He grew up really fast because his father, yeah, just would bring them to parties, do drugs with them, get him prostitutes, all that Shit. So, okay, I don't six, here's some coke. Maybe the turn up to be maybe joey'll turn out to be a famous comedian or musician if I do these things. Well, I don't know if I've told old this story on air before, but when my brother turned eighteen, yeah, you know, that's the the write of passage. To go to the TITTIBA, sure, to go to the Nudy club, see some skin. Yeah, and I was like all right, man, it's your birthday, let me treat hit, let's go out, and I took him to like the most slimiest dive nudy bar. Yeah, and the entire town, and you might remember the place in worcestern Massachusetts called the lamp lighter too. Oh yeah, yeah, so, anyway, just to kind of elaborate a little bit and if he is listening, to embarrass him thoroughly. He didn't know what to do or the proper etiquette when you're in such an establishment, and the caliber of dancer was not very high. Yeah, not at the lamp later to no, no, I don't know about the original lamp lighter, but the sequel was pretty shoddy as far as the talent. Well, anyway, there was the older Asian woman who had a lot of beads on and when she came out she brought like a dish towel. I don't know if they were using it till like clean beer beer glasses. Well, the will wait, hold on, hold on, just wait, we'll talk about fluids. Okay, well, maybe not. I don't know if I want to gross anybody out. Who knows when you're eating and not driving when you're listening to this? But she would put the dishtowel down and then get on her knees and rub herself with the beads. And now, so I'm sitting there having a beer and I look at my brother and he doesn't know what to do. So he's given her money. Oh my God, this dumb bastard. So I just take my beer, I just casually kind of sneak away. I'm like all right, well, they go over to the bar and I just watch him and the whole time he keeps feeding her and feeding her the money. So she's not going away. Yeah, and the whole seagull it like a seagull exactly. Yes, she keeps going. You want to put I have a dance, but I've had dance and my brother's like at least he said no to that. Yeah, but I mean from that, just one dancer alone. He I think he spent all his money and I felt bad. I'm like, well, you know, the poor woman looked like her uterus was about to fall out of stage. Maybe that's why she had the dish towel there, I don't know, in case of emergency, you know. Yeah, but yeah, so I guess the moral of the story, if there is one at all, is that if you are going to gift somebody that kind of activity or entertainment, you might want to Auntie up a little bit. Yeah, brief them. had a time debrief him. Was that? Yeah, I think or briefing? Brief, I think it's briefing. Debriefing is after okay, thanks. Oh yeah, but you how of the beads make you feel, Matthew, that's the debriefing. But you know, in all honesty, it made for interesting story that has stood the test of time. Sure, sure, and enough time has gone by where you can laugh about it. You know some of those stories at the yeah, at them all. They're no fun, but oh they were fun. Now I laugh my ass off for you. and Oh yeah, Oh, yes, him lemon squeezy, I sure as heck did so, HMM. Yeah, and there's no way. Please, everybody, don't think that we're endorsing buying someone a prostitute or a call girl as a gift for Christmas. I'm just saying if I was fifteen or sixteen, that would have been like, holy cow, best Christmas ever. Yeah, man, you know, I don't know. I. Yeah, I just feel like I never had like a thing for strip clubs. I was that my brother was a bartender at a few strip clubs when I was growing up. It was like some of his first jobs were bartending for strip clubs. And I don't know, I think I went to visit them like once or twice, but I just at that time I was never really the type to. I didn't I didn't find a lot of entertainment in that. I'm like, I don't know. I was young, I'm like I'll go fucking...

...data chick or pick someone up, you know, or whatever. Yeah, no way, here, here. And then, as I've gotten older, now I'm like, you know, I can see, I can see the value and something like that. Now that I'm old and I'm in a relationship, committed relationship, I haven't gone, but I'm just like, you know, it's it's nice to see something different once in a while. I'm not a cheating type, so I wouldn't do that. I just me and just a you know, I'm old, I'm gonna Pervert it. Old Man. Now I want to. Let Yeah, but you know then when you become of legal age, should to partake in such an activity. Yeah, it's like, wow, that was taboo, like now I get to do it. Yeah, I haven't been personally to a Strip club in like twenty years at least. At least. Yeah, so it's been quite a long time, right. But when you say, yeah, I'm a dirty old man now, I can go. I'm like, Yay, fucking polite your phone. You want to see something different. I guess you're right, you know, but it's yeah, I don't know, I'm I think I'm just I'm just getting to that age, Dave, where I'm like, you know, life is passing me by and you know, I'm happy. Don't get me wrong, I'm happy in my relationship. I you know, I I'm totally comfortable with the life I live. But you know, I once in a while I'm like, wow, I'm I'm too old to wear a you know, a younger woman would not even look at me like if I you know, if I was looking at someone in public, it's almost like, oh, there's that creepy ass dude. What's he looking at? Yeah, isn't that something? You gotta be careful of what you are in fact looking at? Yeah, for sure, but I just mean legal age girls. I just still it's like if I'm you know, I feel like I was sabody wasn't seeing. You're outside of fucking school, Peeping Guy, all right, but you know what I mean. If you were like a shopping yeah and beautiful young twenty five year old walks by, you you go, Geez, that sess out of the range now. Yeah, I'm old enough to be the father. Yeah, man, you know, not good, not good, nate. So this thought crosses your mind quite a bit. Huh, I'll not quite a bit. Just lately I've noticed it in all the time. Sure, yeah, another or passes thinking about this every day. It's good. It's funny because because before you started bringing that up, I was going to say, Oh, yeah, strip clubs and doors, small business or support small business. Sure. Then I you like, yeah, I can't even look at a girl anymore without thinking, Nah, I'm old, wrong. Yeah, I'm motherfucker acutely aware of it, man. Yeah, it is painful. It's one of the hard things about getting older. Yeah, is realizing your Mojo his dried up right, flaked off and flown away. Yeah, this is the the quintessential midlife crisis. I'm at that age where I should buy a sports car or something, you know. Yeah, you could, you could. I I have no interest in sports cars, personally, me neither. I, on the other hand, rather than buying something speedy, when a little crazy and purchase some plastic, I've gone action figure, Gaga, Goo, sick, wow, that's like a early life crisis, but you're having it in middle life. Isn't that weird? Yeah, isn't that just absolutely nuts? Well, if you think about it like this, when we were kids, the action figures and stuff, they weren't collectable. You played with them and you lost him in the creek or you at the beach here. You traded him with your friends. And now, yeah, you understand not only the value of things in general, but the power of nostalgia and you want to put them on display to bring you some sort of happiness. Now you know, nate. They say that the anticipation of doing something or acquiring something far exceeds the actual satisfaction you would get by doing that activity. For example, the excitement of going on vacation. HMM, it's palpable. You just like I'm going on vacation in a week. The joy is just immense, but then when you're on vacation, it's almost like you crash and you like, Oh, it's as good as I thought I was gonna be. HMM. Right. The same could be said a lot of times when you are investing in collectibles or, as I referred to it earlier, as plastic. Oh, I really want this. Oh yeah, this is gonna look good. Ab Much Elf. And then you get on your shelf you go, yeah, okay, it's cool. Do you sit there in Augle it like nate would a young girl, and it can store. Not Necessarily, sometimes you do, but you know, everybody measures their joy in different ways. But yeah, I bought so many action figures. Dude is off the train. It's ridiculous. Wow, I need to be punished to that's that's there's nothing wrong with that, man. You sure? I think so. I think. You know, it's another version of...

...that, like we're old and I want to see things from when I was young. It's like the same thing I'm talking about, but it's it's, you know, not going to get you in trouble. Well, I was gonna say it's not going to get in you in trouble with the mssrs, but that depends on how much you're spending on the plastic. Yeah, no, I made a pact with my wife that the end of two thousand and twenty one would be the end of my purchases as well. But I lied. You see, and some would say, well, it's not written anywhere. You didn't formalize a contract. There's no lawyer, no notary public. It's wasn't written in blood, true, but, as you well know, when you are involved in a relationship, especially one that is lasted as long as mine, HMM, the moment that are passes my lips to utter something. Yeah, it is set in the stone. It is a something you can't take back, sure, for sure. So the best you can hope for is to find some kind of technicality and get off on yeah, yeah, exactly, and I've been trying to a little bit here or there, but with little to no success. Yeah, well, like, the thing is the I feel like if I see something I like, just get it. Just do it, man, life is short, fucking go enjoy it. If I want to spend twenty bucks on a superman action figure, I might as well. and not to mention and sometimes I don't buy something and then I regret it later because it jumps up in price and I'll never own that son of a bitch. Yeah, listen, man, I just received some packages in the mail of just just like band tshirts. That's kind of like my little indulgence here and there. I'm like, I like a band t shirt and again, it's same thing from bands I liked when I was young. Most of the time. Some of them aren't even around anymore, but it's it's like it brings me joy. You know something about it, but I know totally and that you know. You in a way, you collect those shirts, right. You may wear them, so it's not like you're trying to keep them in pristine condition or anything, but they resent something to you and the adorn your flesh. That's true, man. You know it's functional, a functional collectible, I guess. HMM, but yeah, I dig. A lot of people pay a lot of money for that stuff too. Oh yeah, nowadays, man, some of the shirts I'll see online, the money that some of these shirts are people will pay for worn tshirts, like you know, with natural wear and tear. It's like, oh, that's a, you know, one thousand nine hundred and ninety four kiss concert from or whatever, concert t shirt rather from whatever it's like, even if it's old and has a rip or two. And then it's like people are like that's authentic and they'll pay depending. But yeah, I've seen shirts upward of, yes, sixty bucks, you know, or a hundred bucks for certain shirts. I'm like, Damn, and I wish I kept some of those. Or Yeah, yeah, them, because I had a lot. Yeah, yeah, we both did. I mean everybody in our generation. That was like a thing too, because I don't know if it's feels the same or if it's necessarily even close to the same exact thing. But in the s right, you died your hair, you got a piercing, you wore an obscure band t shirt, because you're putting what your personality was literally on your sleeve. Right, you were saying to the world, I am different, I am unique, this is me. Yeah, now, when you wear those shirts, I mean it's much more commonplace for people to you know, we're kind of more random stuff. But yet again you're putting that out there. So maybe, like, let's say what shirt you're wearing right now? You're wearing the future sound of London, right, I'm looking at maybe you're out shopping and someone says hey, man, cool, sure, I love that band. HMM. Do you want that interaction? Do you want that connection you or just want someone to be quiet? Be like he's cool, either way. Oh, but I'll but I'll say I have a skinny puppy tattoo this band, skinny puppy, my favorite bands, you of my whole life and it's rare, but once in a while a person will say, Holy Shit, is that a skinny puppy tattoo? Because it's one of those things you don't see very often and I don't see people that know it very often. So you do make contact usually and you'll at least acknowledge each other and it's yeah, man, it's cool. We're both like wow, that's it's almost like being part of some kind of secret club, you know, whatever it is. But same thing with the shirt. Dope, yeah, it is dope. I mean talking about shirts and action figures. You know, I always wonder I can use. There someone out there with nothing, like no collectors habit. HMM. Right, because because I can get into the mind of a lot of different types of people, I can empathize with how people operate or how their brain works, at least I like to think so. M Right. So someone has an addiction, for example. I've kind of been there, so I understand that need to fill that void with something. Or, yeah, to tickle your nostalgian noodle...

...and buy this and add to your collection or what have you? Yeah, is there someone out there who has no interests whatsoever, goes home to a white room and just sits there idle? time passes by, because everybody's got something, right, everybody has something they're passionate about or likes to indulge in. Yeah, things that bring you joy. Like I was going to say, I think. I think people. Some people travel, some people, you know, everyone has their their little thing that they spend their money on. But yeah, imagine somebody that's just I go to work, I come home and the money just sits there. It's like what, it's just, you have to spend your money on something. Everybody's got to have some kind of yeah, like you said, an addicts like. People spend their money on drugs, people spend their money on booze. Some people are like, I'm going to go out for a really nice dinner this weekend and or whatever it may be. It's like everyone's got something, man, we're consumer culture. So you're not going to find somebody that's like talking about a monk somewhere is like I just literally sit there, I have no worldly interests and I just am Zen and fucking I don't know. But then again, a monks not making a ton of money. So you know, it's not like doesn't really apply, I guess, to what we're saying. But I collect rocks. Good for you, monk. Good for you. They sell rocks on Amazon, do they? Is it prime eligible? And I don't give a fuck. Late enlightenment? Yeah, sure, you too, ha ha. Yeah, I bet you know the loser. Yeah, I was thinking about the other loser. I was thinking about this the other days because, you know, human beings, right, we're selfish. Yeah, I mean, you just look at current times and you can go, Geez, we all we care about is our own little universe, our own little bubbles. You know, we are all just actors in our own play. We don't care about anybody else out there in the world. They are insignificant pieces of crap, right, speak to yourself, man. Okay, well, I'm just a monk. Yeah, okay, enjoy that rock collection, asshole. But I mean the thing is, society is going to collapse. I would think sooner than later, but I mean it could be twenty years from now, could be a hundred years from now, right. Yeah, we don't know, but the world is going to eventually go dark again. It's going to have to. Or maybe the you know, the robot uprising, is finally going to happen and then we all become fucking meat bag slaves. I don't know. But what I was trying to get to is, like my comic collection right now, or any of the things I collect, has a monetary value. Right, you can put on it, okay, I could call an insurance company, they could come and assess what I have and say this is what your shit is worth. Yeah, but when society collapses, when the human being just fucking put the hands up in the air and go whatever, chaos, Shell rain. MMM, I hope my comic collection is worth at least two goats and a bundle of sticks. Maybe it is. It at least has some value. It's a their books, for the most part, not not plastic, but the comics, you know, they provide. Yeah, some kind of entertain yes, exactly. That's going to have value. Okay, even in Apocalyptic Times. Very good, because I can't fucking sell you the Sombar off my came and sell you the TV itself. It's gonna know what electricity probably right. Sure, will be denied electricity yet again by fucking the tea when thousand or whatever. Yeah, so what are you going to do? You're going to read. Maybe coloring books are going to be worth like a Bushel of berries, could be, I don't know. Yeah, you know what, I think that are humanity is the only reason that we're like, oh, we're going to go into this dark dystopian future. It's like it's because, I think movies have shaped us into just like accepting that that's what's going to be the future and we just like are subconsciously going in that direction because we've all been a tuned to I think. I know that doesn't make sense, but listen, you were talking about robots and terminators and meet sex and like almost like matrix type of using humans for batteries and whatever, and I did just see that new shitty matrix movie recently, but sure I but what I'm going to say is I think what that Matrix movie got me thinking that the like, for example, a lot of movies, but for example the Matrix, they live and it was one more Oh, I don't know, but I was saying there's a few of these.

Oh, Eyes Wide Shut. They've done more for like people going off the rails and like conspiracy theories beginning and like all this stuff. Then you know they're they've done so much damage because you if you go, I know this is kind off to people are not really on topics. So it doesn't matter, sure, go fucking fuck wild motherfucker. I'm just saying I've been so disheartened seeing all this, like it feels like in the Pand Dmach and all this, like people have just gone crazy and everyone's in their own homes, like the algorithms feeding them the same stuff they've been watching and just cementing their points of view. So you never see anything outside your point of view. But most of those points of view and all the kind of rabbit hole type videos are all about like secret societies and, yeah, these dystopian futures, and maybe we're all like the concept of red pilling people out of their beliefs, like, you know, they call it the red the red pill. You know, we I read pilled that guy, like he got red pilled, which you know means Oh, you're awake to the truth now, and it's like this terminology that these lunatics kind of use to be like, you know, but it's because you've seen these movies and they've implanted these ideas in your head. And yes, conspiracies, some do exist, but I think the prevalence and the way people are able to like compile their ideas and and and be like this it look, this is what's happening, and it's a it's a like a an arc of what's happened. It's all based on this sci fi movie I saw once. Are Like, you know what I mean. It's again. We're all living in a matrix, dude. It's like the world is all fake. It's like you just said the name of a movie, like you know. You're like, you're not even hiding that. It cut the our idea comes from movie. You're saying we live in this matrix. It's like, I don't know, but that's I guess you thought I had it is, you know, it is Raina, but it's not far from you know. I mean, like you said, people use the terminology from things. I'm probably influenced by. I mean I watch so much fucking TV and movies as obscene. Yeah, sometimes your influenced by things don't even realize that's what's going on. So when I talk about, yeah, okay, society is going to collapse and human kind as fuck. Yeah, I you know, I'm basically it right now and when I see you and how we could all be dealing with a problem, unifying behind something, having compassion for others and treating other human beings with respect. But yet here we are, when we've had the the platform to do such a thing, and we've gone completely backwards and turn it into a political fucking dog fight and misinformation and every fucking terrible thing. So I don't like think in the future is going to be crap. I would want to think it's going to be this beautiful Utopian Society, but man, we we're not getting there anytime soon. Right, the alternative is much more likely to happen. Do and gloom, I mean is to me feels inevitable. Yeah, because of what we're dealing with right now. And yes, I am talking about the pandemic, and yes, I am talking about the political landscape of this country for the last, you know, six years, and even beyond all that, if you think about it. Yeah, but so, I mean, I don't know, man, but when Shit does finally hit the fit, if it ever does, yeah, this guy is going to be fucking wealthy in virgins. And Yeah, monk, I'm taking your rocks for that copy of Fucking Daredevil to twenty six day. Okay, I'm taking your racks. I mean, I don't know. You know, it's like we talked about something like this going dark. Yet we also living in a time where everything is so based on the Internet really, I mean cryptocurrency, all this stuff, you know, the way we communicate, the way you and I are communicating right now, how we are communicating with the audience. HMM, it's just, yeah, we're so reliant, so dependent on this technology that we have, which is a beautiful thing and we still, all of us, can't agree on either. But yeah, it's it's a tool. Like the Internet alone has been one of those things in our lifetime, and we've seen a ton of advances in our lifetime from, you know, like medical advances to entertainment to yeah, the Internet alone is just it's changed everything. It's it's, you know, as relevant in history, more relevant than, you know, the telephone, and you know what I mean, like the like all these great inventions. It's like the Internet is connecting everyone pretty much in real time and...

...the it's amazing and we are able to talk to more people than ever and be globally connected, but at the same time we're doing it from these little screens and thus we're more isolated and alone than we've ever been, because you don't have to leave the house anymore. And and it's strange that that that's just how the way things are going, and it's not good or bad. I guess it's just the way things are going. You know, it's relying on it. We had to live without it now, right, but but it's like I would say, it's a it's a tool and it's an amazing thing, but, yeah, it can be used for weird yeah, it's it can be used for great things, conveying information and doing this, but it called but also be used for conveying misinformation and for bullying, as we've seen, and all these things. It's like revolutionized and amped up so many things, good and bad, society that like it's it is really fascinating to watch and sometimes I think in life I'm like I'm just here to kind of observe, and I mean I take part in life, don't get me wrong, but I feel like, I mean we all are just observing how society is going and being that whole phrase being you know, in the world, but not of it if I can avoid it. Like there's a lot of stuff that I just yeah, I watch from a distance and part of me goes is, boy, I'm going to be glad. I'm glad I'M gonna be dead and like a couple of us, because I'm like Shit's getting crazy. I don't know if I want to hang around to get that Moley. Yeah, that's wow. I mean I know we have, you know, the next generation. We both have kids that we that we love and we want to live in a good world, but like part of me is just like man, Shit's getting so crazy. Yeah, that's less. Yeah, I know, I completely understand. What were you saying. I mean I'm kind of like in the background on Old Jews. WHO, boy, or what? You want to be dead because you know it's a dramatic statement or a dray drastic to sid you. I don't want to be there, I don't want to see what's going to happen. So if an Oracle said to you, Hey, man, you want to know what happened in the past to this mysterious figure that no one knows anything about, you say yes, because I don't want to know what the said the future holes in seventy five years, because I sure it's fuck no, it's not. A deloran and a man in a puffy vest, orange vest, flying around. You know it's going to be fucking weird. I don't want to touch a shit. HMM, it's gonna be something. I really can't understand that. I'm too old for this shit. I don't like it. WHO, Whoo, boo, fucking who. I thought that was a life preserver. Yeah, no, no, you're funny guy. You know, someone recently asked me what my favorite movie it was of all time and I could not answer them, and I was saying one thing that I find very relevant to maybe picking a favorite is that back to the future actually kind of inspired my style. Yeah, so I don't own a winter coat, I own a vest, right. Uh. Yeah, because, like Marty mcfly's cool because he has a vest. So is that my favorite movie, since I will never wear a regular jacket again? I don't even maybe, man, my favorites a big trouble, a little China. I see, that's easy for you. I can't do that. I was like, Oh, Boogie, nights of a forest, gump by jaws. Yeah, I was like fucking floundering like a moron, is fucking throwing movies out there. They're all good movies, those real rooms of endear mint. Yeah, I mean they're all the rank Shos Shank. It's just hard to throw out your absolute favorite. Do you remember? When we were kids? Yeah, and I exact term kids, but we're a teenagers, there was a magazine called the Worcester Phoenix. Of course we used to both work at a place that printed it. Yes, so I'm glad you do remember considering rude there as a stupid thing to say. Do you remember? I do personally, but maybe audience needed. Well, okay. Well, let's go a little bit deeper with that. They had that section with like the top ten lists, top ten albums, and they would have someone to submit who's in a local band, who their top ten albums were. Oh yeah, but I always check that out be like Oh, cool, that's a pretty obscure pick, much like your t shirts or that's random. That's the cool thing, you know. But I was wondering, like, if I had to do that now, I wouldn't be able to say one of my ten top ten of pretty much anything, except for maybe comic books. I really would have a hard time, Huh, trying to, you know, nail down entertainment as far as yeah, this is this is the best, man. Do you think me? Do you think when you said you could do comic books, do you mean titles or at our issues that you could pick ten of? Could you pick ten issues, individual issues, as far as the best of all time? Yeah, as deemed by I, by you, that you've that you've read, that you're...

...aware of. Yeah, I'm sure if I sat down and thought about it, I come up with ten and do that. But but there's a caveat to all that where I'd probably say, Ye, okay, this one's really good, but you can remember the context in which, the time it was released or you know, there's always the asterisk involved in it. Yeah, because there's always someone on the Internet, that we were just saying, to argue with you while they are courts underwear in their mother's basement. That's what the internets for. Yes, as a stupid pick, Oh God, that was a bad idea. How could you say that? It's like, well, if you remember, that came out in one thousand nine hundred and eighty four and nothing was done right previously. To that time. That would should hold a torch to the concept, and you know I you. You don't want to get that. Could Talk. I'm with you, though. I'm with you, man. I think it would be hard to pick top ten albums of all time, name the way. It would take me a long time to do that. Don't even know if I could do it. MMM, I can narrow it down to maybe top twenty five. But yeah, man, yeah, I was thinking of that recently when I was trying to prepare my nate's note segment for this episode. Like it kind of factors in about just how much music there is and how much I've heard in my life. And I mean, I guess I'll wait till I do the actual segment to sleep. You can see you talking about but saber that, but that's not exactly what it's about. But that kind of kind of factors in, I guess. But but anyway, just how much music there is and how much I've heard and how I don't know, it's there's so much of it, man, you know, but the that some of us have been exposed to over the use is almost like it's too much to even like comprehends in and to even remember everything. But but anyway, that's a that's a tough for yeah, in a few minutes, we're going to get it as soon so fucking hold your horses there, Kima Sabby. Okay, I can tell you one thing, an absolute certainty. The top ten exotic dancers of all time was. Would you like a private dance? Lady from the lamp lighter two with the beads, with the beads, she was number one with she was worth all it. She was worth all of your brother's money that night. Yeah, it's probably like thirty seven dollars, but that's you know, she probably fucking I don't even know what she did with that money. Oh God, I was going to say feeder ten kids or something. What kind of Asshole am? I probably went in her arm. Oh, it's looking now you're the asshole. Let's fucking flip flop back and forth. Baby. Was the most terrible thing we can say. It's the lamb lator to yeah, this poor seventy year old exotic dancer lady. You know, man, this episode is fucking crazy today. Huh, we haven't talked in a while. We've been all over the map. That's all right, I like it's from fucking tip to tail here. We're covering a lot of ground. I mean, even though you never reciprocated the question about the holidays to me. Oh how I asked about your holidays, like yeah, thirty some odd minutes ago, and we just fucking we just went like a locomotive baby. HMM. So, I mean I did mention the whole plastic things. So I was kind of like, why, what about me? Hey, let me talk about me. Thing. So, and that's the voice my inner child makes. Just everybody knows as what goes on inside my head. But I feel sad, mad, depressed. Oh No, yeah, so how about this? How about we stopped talking for now about life, about how old we are, about the damn fucking new generation and how they're going to fuck us all in the booty hole, about prostitutes and yeah, and strippers and yeah, exotic dancers. Yeah, we don't want to see the future, we're scared of the future, and talk a little bit about our partners of the show. So is that sound? Yeah, good, good for you. Is that cool? Is that hip? Is that? Is that with it? It is. Well, let me take a sip of my beverage. Heir which is coffee. I fully endorse coffee as a partner of the show. Excellent prior before I talked about these guys, so bear with me. HMM, that is good stuff, nate. What are you drinking over there? I am drinking HMM, yngling. Not a fashional lover, not a fan of that brand. I'm sorry. There's a lot of fucking talking about it about. Oh Yeah, look at this Yingling from Pennsylvania. They're everywhere now. They're in Texas and everywhere else. You got to try this beer, and it's me. It's just whatever's beer. Yeah, well, that's kind of how I am to I don't really drink a lot at all. So when I have when I'm not picky. So I'm drinking it because that's what there is in the house. So okay, all right. Well,...

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...read the lyrics as I listened and look at the artwork. I'd say it was the first album I ever really appreciated as a whole package. The thing is, apparently momentary laps of reason is not generally loved by Pink Floyd Fans. As I mentioned, it was done without Roger Waters, who was a primary songwriter and conceptual artist, their bassist and sometimes singer. It's also very of its time at points and it's time was the s. In retrospect I suppose it doesn't hold up as well as some of their earlier work, but as an eight year old kid in one thousand nine hundred and eighty seven, it sounded pretty rad to me and as a result of my good memories associated with it, I enjoy it more than a lot of people probably do. A momentary lapse of reason and the movie big trouble in Little China, which both came out around the same time. These two pieces of work both come across as pretty quintessentially s at points, but they both hit me right at that special age and they both have stuck with me. The things you think are cool at like age seven or eight will always seem cool to you deep down in there somewhere. But back to the record collection. Now it's been years since any of those records have even been played. My dead ad dubbed many of them on two cassette tapes which were a lot smaller and less delicate, plus you could play them in a car. The records started coming out less and less eventually. That old s turntable fell by the wayside and ended up in a landfill somewhere, and those couple hundred records have sat filed away in the back of a closet ever since. It's a really impressive collection and I don't even know what gems are hidden in there. Oddly, I've never really gone through them. They're kind of big and clunky and it's almost physically daunting to start flipping through that many. By the time I was old enough to start collecting music and playing it on my own Stereo, it was the early s and it was all about seeds. The first discs I remember getting were Nirvana's never mind, which was new at the time, faith no more's the real thing, and empire from Queens Reich. Back then you would hear a song in the radio or on MTV and if you liked it, you had to shell out like twenty bucks and Cross your fingers that the rest of the album was good too. There was no Internet, no downloading individual tracks. You could buy the single, but even those were like five bucks and often they only had the one song and a b side, which was sometimes just a remix or radio ed it of the aside track. My point is that it was a little expensive for a young kid. As I progressed into my teens, I started getting into more niche genres, mostly industrial music and eventually techno or experimental ambient stuff. There were a few stores that carried the things I was looking for, but a lot of these CDs were imports from Europe or Asia and they could run you up to like thirty thirty five bucks a piece sometimes. At some point, a person who shall remain nameless, tipped me off that if you just remove the little security tag sticker thing from the CD, you could walk out the door of the shop without setting up the alarm. It was the era of big baggy clothes, so it wasn't difficult to fit a couple of CDs in my pockets or concealed under my coat. Thus began my criminal enterprise and also my questionable moral code, or lack thereof. I guess at that age I didn't factor in that I was basically stealing from the artists I enjoyed. I mean to be fair, the majority of that money probably would have gone to the store and the record companies, but it's obviously better to support the artists by actually buying their work. Just ask Lars ulric. I guess I was pirting music before it was cool. You can call me Nady Napster. Looking back, I feel like my addictive personality was already rearing its ugly head, because, man, I ran with that shit. Instead of paying twenty dollars and finding out that there was only one good song on the album, I would walk out of store with sixteen CDs, some of them just because the artwork was cool. I amassed a few hundred CDs. My friends would drive me to record stores and point out stuff that they'd like and I'd grab it for them. I'd take lists from kids at school and charge them five dollars a CD. That was essentially my...

...high school job. As I got older, I got into hard drugs and found that the skills I developed at that high school job served me well in my career as a junkie. But that's another story. The weird thing, other than the fact that I never got arrested or even caught, really, is that I found that I was appreciating the music less the more of it that I accrued. When I was young and had to pay twenty bucks for a new album and it didn't suck, I found that I really savored that album. It was like that first experience with Pink Floyd I'd read along to the lyrics, I'd stare at the art work, I'd get to know each song individually as well as appreciate the way they'd flow into each other. There are whole albums from back then that I still recall, note for note, thirty years later. When I would walk out of a store with thirteen CDs, I found that I'd just skim through each one looking for some track that made that disc stand out from the other dozen I got on just that day alone. Sometimes I wouldn't even get to all of them. I got to check out a ton of bands, sure, but I never really immersed myself in what they were each doing. Nowadays, we are past all of that. Now many of the people listening to this who think less of me for stealing CDs have probably downloaded some music illegally themselves. Or actually, now you can just stream music legally, so you don't realize the artist is often getting screwed. Oh well, they were getting screwed by the record companies back then, so what's the difference? At least now they don't have to sign a shitty contract to even get their art out into the world. But I find I often face the same issue today that I had back in my delinquent youth. There's so much to check out that I don't usually take the time to really sit with an album. I also face that whole option paralysis thing. I'll go to put on some tunes and there are so many choices I can't even decide and I feel like I'm not in the mood for anything, which is weird for a guy whose life has been so enriched by music. But I try to keep checking out new artists. I try to listen to whole albums to get the whole vibe. There's still bands who intentionally put together whole albums and don't just compile songs randomly. And even though I'm never actually holding a physical record sleeve or CD inlay, I try to immerse myself in. I mean, sure, it's a lot easier to just type in a title and hit play or to just verbally make a request to Alexa, the creepy robot who lives in my house and listens to all my conversation, but sometimes I miss having a physical copy to hold in my hand, something with weight and mass and pictures and words on it. HMM, maybe I should start collecting vinyl. Okay, nate, very interesting because I remember that period of time vividly. Oh Yeah, Oh yeah, I mean I might have my requests for you as well, because, you know, it's funny you relate that whole thing about stealing music to now or it's like don't pirate. Yeah, everybody, I don't you dare pirate. You're stealing from the artist. Yeah, don't be a fucking pirate. But really, I can relate it to like if you read a sample of a book, maybe being climbed to buy the book. Well, you had mentioned that a lot of times you'd pay a lot for an album and only be one good song on it. So you were like the Robin Hood of Good Vibes. Yeah, man, I think. I think that artists never really made a ton off sales so much as it's always been like touring and other merch I mean, you know, record companies took so much and it was like, I don't know it, it just seems like now, yes, it's hard for being to achieve that huge, huge success, but everyone can potentially get listened to. If you put your stuff on the Internet, there's a chance like somebody could hear it. You know, like they may have hard time finding it off like just randomly, but at least it's they're like like a band CD was not just randomly in a seat like a CD shop in Thailand back in the day, like, like nobody in Thailand was going to accidentally hear your song. Now they could, you know. Yeah, yeah, and I'm not going to guilt shame you either, which I think a lot of people would be inclined to do so, by rationalizing, oh well, you know, okay, I felt bad now, or I feel bad now rather, for stealing...

...that back in the day. You know I mean, but you were a kid. You fucking did shit. Kids do kids do that stuff, right or wrong? Right, for sure. Just something that happens, or did happen or will still happen, because kids steal shit, fucking bazooka, bubble gum fucking albums. It doesn't matter, your heart, it doesn't matter. Y's true. You know, our listeners are listeners by now hopefully understand that I led a less than perfect, you know, youth. Like there's a lot of stories worth. If you're shocked by me stealing CDs or looked down at me for stealing CD's, you know, maybe you should. Stuff looks well. The process fine. It was actually pretty brilliant as far as thievery goes, because you had a thumb tack in a Bandaid on your thumb. Oh Man, you're revealing the techni yeah, and used to slice around the little sticky, yeah, anti theft device, and pull it off and stick it to another CD. So that was I mean, when you're like five hundred and sixteen, you like cheese is Christ, you're like brilliant. Yeah, it was pretty smart. The and that's what's funny. I, like I said, I'm not gonna reveal who showed me how to do that or who developed that technique, but it was like yeah, you put a thumb tack like on your thumbs, so the little point was sticking up off your thumb print, and then you wrap a bandaid on, you know, put a bandit on, so just look like you had a bandaid on your thumb, but you had a little spike and you could just hold the CD like you're looking at it and like slide your thumb around the plastic, like the cellophane. That was you know, yeah, that the sticker was on and it would just cut it right off. And so yeah, all of my CDs had a little like rectangle scratched into the the plastic case, because it was like I was scratching in the well it ha got off it much better than having the bar code replace with BMG. Yeah, right, that is lame, man, very light. But it's also interesting how you brought up records and your dad's record collect should because vinyl now is back in a big way and even with physical media. I can relate it to ghostbusters afterlife. Right. I will not currently go see a movie in the movie theater to save my life, because one thing about the pandemic I wholeheartedly endorse is like or liked about it was, hey, man, it's not cool to go to the movie theater anymore, because I hate to go in there anyway. But I guess my point is my brother just bought it digitally. It was like, Hey, I got ghostbusters after life. I'm like, well, I pre ordered my copy of the DVD, thank you very much, and he's a well, why you just watch it now, and I said no, No, if I'm going to pay for it, I want the physical copy of it. Yeah, and besides, you don't know watch it before you have your copy because then if it sucks, you're like Shit, I've spent money on this and hasn't even gotten here yet. Cancel, cancel, that. You could cancel it again. Yeah, maybe should watch it, but that's something recent in my life that just just happened, a conversation I just had about the whole thing digital versus physical media. Yeah, I'm more apt to read a book digitally because I have a tablet where I can keep all those things. Where in movies, when you do digital codes that, I have them scattered all over the place. Yeah, I don't have like one uniform library of my movies, so I kind of avoid the whole digital thing with that anyway. And, as we alluded to earlier, when the shit hits the fan, I'm going to want that that physical copy of ghostbusters afterlife to use as a mirror to shave. That's all. It's going to be good. Yeah, exactly. You know I'm going to. I'm going to find a another use for it. Well, you could read the synopsis on the back and if there's any like liner notes, just like the CDs. The CDs are good too, and finally, you can just look at them. Well, that you know. That's another thing you mentioned was how you got lost in the album art. Yeah, and reading the notes, which really, I know, as far as movies go, doesn't happen anymore. You basically open up your case and like an add inside for something else. Oh Yeah, and I will always bring up the boogie nights release on DVD is being one of the greatest dvd experiences you could ever have. It comes with booklets, it folds out, it's multiple discs, and that was also very popular back then, at the you know, early Os with these or even the late s with DVD purchases. They really wanted you to buy them. So they made them a special thing, something that I'm wanted to own and, of course, in a theme of this episode, Collect Yeah, now, fucking forget about it, you know. Yeah, and I just bought a CD for the first time. I feel like I throw around the Oh, I haven't done this in twenty years. I haven't done that in twenty years, but it's probably has been that long, so don't kill me over the inaccurate decades citing here. But for my wife, she wanted the new Adel release and she has a CD player in her car right now,...

...so I was like, well, let me get you the CD because you love Adell that much, I'm sure you'd appreciate the disk, and she did. She really like she's around my age, so she thinks it's cool. Sure, even though, much like you had also just talked about, we could just tell the little plastic disc sitting on our desk to play it. But you know, she wants the the physical copy of it, and that did have notes and lyrics and I thought that was pretty Hunky Dory. Yeah, you don't see that. Yeah, when you get a downloaded copy of it, it's like you can check out the artwork online. But, like I said, it's something about the mass of the weight of it, like having something physical, and especially, I mean I never was into collecting vital and, like I said, I never really have even gone through my dad's record collection, but it's those are even more like it's a huge thing, like the like record art back in the day was like they went into a lot, you know, they went you know, they went to great lengths to make it impressive and worthier, right, you know, worth your money. It was a whole package. So the one thing I will say is a negative to any form of physical media is having to lug it around or move it. So if you do not have a, quote unquote, forever home and you do have to relocate, it's, Oh my God, collecting shit. That's when it's I mean, yeah, and I can totally understand someone is like, yeah, I went digital because I'm sick of having all these boxes or I have no more storage space. I recently did this thing where I considered it a sacrilege for many years that I would ever keep my comics and something other than a long box. Now I was conflicted over switching to short boxes. This is a long box at half the size, but still I was like short boxes, losers, those things are no, no, you want a long box, and I'm like, I can't even lift these things anymore. I get so many comics my back, my back is hurting, baby. There's not enough CBD in the world to make me feel better after I live one of these sons of bitches. So I'm connvil bearers, yes, you, yeah, right, six dudes on either side. And so now I'm like, well, you know what, I don't care. I'm converting everything to short box because filed cabinets a too expensive and this is just an easy thing to pick up and fucking go. But yeah, I mean I can really only see that being the biggest detriment to owning anything. It's just your limited space or your ability to pick the damn shit up. Yeah, you know, do you? But you want to know a funny thing, and I don't want to, I'm not trying to out anyone here, but like it's been decades and even twenty years since my no longer since even longer than my admissions, and that nate's notes. But the ironic thing is I found out way later, like as I got older, that a lot of those the vinyl my father has was he used to work at like a library and he would just order extra copies from the library like say that they wanted that, because he was in charge of like ordering the you could borrow vinyls, certain records at the library, so he would order like extra copies and then just take those. So is we're kind of ill gotten some of them too. So it was kind of ironic. Yeah, you know, so kind of weird. I learned it from watching you as like yeah, say on theft. Weird, but I didn't know it until after I was I did my thing. I didn't find out about that till, like I'm talking within the last decade. So it's like finally confessed. Huh? Well, yeah, you know, I think I don't even think so. I think you know not to put her out there. I think my mom told Oh, okay, she can fess. She couldn't live with your father sins no longer. Exactly. It was tearing our apart. Yeah, exactly, I'm sure. I'm sure she couldn't sleep at night knowing that copy of Eddie Murphy Raw has obtained in an illegal manner, in a scam. Yeah, you know, cheese, I mean he's that was back in the S, though. I'm talking like that he were a true, true, I'm a I'm hitting you with stuff. We get to go way back, the way back machine. Yeah, that's pretty smart, though. I like that. I mean we've talked, I think we've even talked on the before, about stealing the CDs or the clumby and house scams and all that stuff that we all partook in, and I mean just any way to get your music man Gatche fix. But yeah, you should totally look at those LP's because I know you know, not only are they, some of them, probably worth money, but you'd mentioned the album art. I they could be framable, they could be just cool things to have around or you know, yeah, do they smell? G They have like a musty smell. They do. But the cool thing is, like, I think some of...

...the ones that were ordered from that with from the library or whatever, had like these extra cases on them. So they're even protected. They're like yeah, they're like not, I don't know, some kind of clear plastic over them, you know, almost like plastic upholstered furniture, you know when you have plastic refurniture, that almost but but covering the actual whole case, the whole record. Is that something right on? Yeah, so hopefully, yeah, they're pretty well preserved. How many records we talking about now? What was it like? You said hundreds. Yeah, few, couple hundred, few hundred. I honestly couldn't even tell you. Like I know it's a few rows. Like vinyl is thin, you know, each copy is very thin and it's, you know, it's a pretty wide closet and it's like they're standing up, you know, next to to have like like you're mix in the long box. It's I would say it's I'm trying to think how bigger long boxes are. But anyway, it's yeah, it's easily a few hundred. It covers the back wall of this closet. It's I don't even know. I'm learning now, like as I'm saying this, that closets are relative, like nobody a closet is not a length of space. Yeah, but see, it's a tough gage. Yeah, I don't know, man. It's a two hundred though. Yeah, yeah, quite a few. Yeah, definitely go through those. You should catalog I'm I mean, I know there's like APPs. You could probably use the even keep track of them. MMM, you know. Yeah, man, yeah, I know I need to. It's just such a big undertaking that we haven't done. My father wants to do it too. You know, my mother and father. We've been talking about doing it forever, but none of us have really push it. They and they haven't had yeah, and they haven't had a good turntable and forever. So they haven't even really listened to them. And Yeah, one day we'll go through. There you go. There's a Christmas president of the futures. Go buy a record player. They are easily had now. It's I know I said they're back. Yeah, exactly. It's it's where it's at. I remember when I was buying that CD for my wife. I was I was like wait, what's this limited edition White Vinyl and forty bucks in this and that my holy Mac and Knowli people like that's still a thing. Yeah, I was always amazed by the picture disc right, that was a age to go. This voyvot album. Yeah, it's good. A picture of the band is yeah, exactly, piggy from void. I can't wait to scratch it all up by playing it with that meal picking up the monk. Oh, yeah, but did you like voive? I just quickly. No, no, this is randomly pop in my head. I wish I was that clever. Over the course of the last hour, I feel like I've rambled so much. I've done so much verbal diarrhea this time out. We are. That's what our show is. Well, I just kind of hoped I could have void vauted earlier, because that was it. That was a good out of the blue and reference. Yeah, where the hell of I love Vera, you love Voivod, you love I do. They're fucking amazing. Wow, look at that. Why the fuck did that come out of my brain? I don't know. They just put out a new album to it just like came out or it's either out, I think it's in February. It's coming up, and they have a new single. IS WE GOING TO BE ON PICTURE DISC? I'm sure I could pick up, or at least a limited dish in colored vinyl. Oh yeah, the original about lesion, the green one. Yeah, yeah, all right, no, very good, very good. Yeah, there anything else you want to add about that? You get any other notes about nates notes? Just that I hope I don't get. You know, I hope the statute of limitations is over. You know, I hope it's less than whatever it's been thirty years. Yeah, yeah, you know, can have a Mr Bookman coming to your door or the overdue library book from so many years ago. Oh yeah, so, you know, I don't know. I just felt my pocket and I've got this wad of toilet paper in there and I don't know why. Saving a philate. Hopefully it's clean. Yeah, it looks clean, but I'm why the fuck do I have a waded TP in my pocket? Maybe that's another sign of old age. I should have a butter Scotch candy in there. Yeah, and at least is not a Hanky. Yeah, but it looks it's it looks handkerchief, you know, like a hanker. Yeah, I don't want to say in the reusable thing, meanither, but kill the trees. Jesus, I'm no Hippie, kill them fucking trees. I gotta blow my nose. Look at this thing. You see it? Yeah, that's why you've got it. You want to believe you know. It looks like I'm Turd. Looks like I got a wad of a paper Turd, a toilet paper turred my pocket. It is it is like a suppository or something. Why? I don't even have that. How did this get in here? I don't know. Anyway. Is there any stories? Is there a toilet paper Gremlin? Is there a little Pixie? We're all running around sticking little wads of paper and People's pockets? Yeah,...

...they coming to lock me up any day now, and eight I'm going out in the public. I'm talking about the PIXIES, not the band, but the little imaginary creatures that randomly insert things and places they don't belong. M and Pixie was not the name of the beaded exotic dancer, even though it could be, because I don't remember her real name, see, so feel free to call her whatever you want. Pixie from the lamp later. Just pick the lamp later to just please someone take her up on that private dance. That would have been a mess. I'm wondering if my brother is said yes that she would have put in that dish rag like on his lap, Whoa, and just fucking bump some grinds up on that. That's that's her version of like safe. Yeah, it's just like a cloth. And then kind of elaborate to which I should have done a long time ago. But the beads were dangly beads. They were like white. They were like almost at the Mardi grab beads someone would wear. So it was not like a short necklace. There is quite a few of them. Is like entering the room of a stoner back in one thousand nine hundred and seventy four, probably your dad's room when he was listening to those stolen records. Yeah, it's smoking some gunge. I thought you had said she was rubbing beads all over. I thought you meant like Ben Wah beads or something. And and while been put them up your butt, beads, you know, it's a little little, double your pleasure, double your fun. I got these beads. They go up your bum. The I'll come it in poop and I'm rubbing he hey, now, Pooh beads. I think that's the sign. That's a sign we gotta go home. Yeah, the parties over. You can stay here because it's the Internet. You can float in the ether, but we're not going to talk to you anymore. So I do want to thank each and every one of you for taking the time to listen to our humble little program. I'm hopefully we entertained you somewhat. Me and nate do wholeheartedly enjoy conversating with each other. HMM, this no slute format radio, so we're really putting together the best possible radio program for you. That's right, this is our pregame. You're ready. Hey, nate, what do you want to talk about today? I don't know. What do you Dave? What do you get on? Let's just be us. That's it. That's about it. And fucking organic man, our secrets out, our technique. Yeah, it wasn't always like that. If you've listened to some of our earlier episodes, we fucking boom boom, boom, we got themes, we got blocks. Wow, man, we guys segments. It's true that just too much. This too much to talk about where we can't confine it to one topic. Yes, too much to say. Just lately we've been letting it roll. So if you are down with that, you know, feel free to get in touch with us. You can contact as selling out show at GMAILCOM. We have social media, even though I've been so, I don't know, not cool, really bad about mine? Yeah, I decide to man as fucking tiring the Social Media Shit and it sucks you in like, I don't know, man II. Yeah, I caught my wife the other day. I'm like, what are you doing with the phone in your hand, watching stupid videos? You just admitted to me this stupid wait, what do you fucking spend any time for watching him? I don't know. Yeah, this what it is, and that's what is. You Scroll in your life for way. That's all we all do. You wake up, what's the first thing you do? Oh yeah, check my phone, check your phone. Yeah, you scrolling through shit. You probably not even commenting or liking or any is. This is the news. Is I see fit wasting our lives these fucking a yeah, you know, we're trying to trying to hype up the social media. Are Social. Yeah, so check us out. Scroll by US. It scrolled by a see grow. We won't put anything up half the time. Yeah, I mean when there's a new show, I'll I'll put it on something like our instagram. Yeah, at selling out show, or our twitter. At selling out show. You get the facebook. I you've been doing anything with the FACEBOOK, not lately. But it's not a new year. It's the New Year. It's Oh yeah, it's resolved to two thousand and twenty two. Is that? Do something trippy. So all right, well, that that be that. I I am Dave. That is nate, and this has been the selling out show piece.

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