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He's hello, hello, hello, and thank you for tuning in to the selling out show where we screw up life at our leisure for your listening pleasure. Guess what, folks, welcome to our halloweeny episode, and I say Halloweeny because we'll be talking about all things related to this spooky holiday. They'll be some clips, lips and, if we're lucky, some nipples lips. But I'm one of your hosts, David Schultz, and over here by my side is not my normal co host, Nake Worzinski, although he will appear later in the show. Instead, I got my good buddy toby schofield. Toby, how are you today? I am doing extra spooky, extra. So you're doing? Is there like a stripper name spooky? Yes, that's I'm doing extra spooky. Yes, what I'm doing. That's right. And you are a Halloween lover, so I think, think it's good to have you on this program today. You love it, I mean so for it, own it, take it, sees it, day spook it. It's the only in and I know it's not an official holiday, will not like the well big ones, Christmas and stuff like that, but it's my favorite. It's my absolute favorite. I don't care about getting presents on Christmas or Thanksgiving. I hate though. It's too much. People are like, Oh, we have to get together and you have to fight people schedules to get the whole family together. But Halloween, MMM, you just get to just go out roam the streets like a maniac. And I still do it with my kids, so I can do this. I'm not just like a thirty two year old man running around, you know, knocking on doors. I got a kid from my excuse, okay, but I dress up with him. We both dress up. That's that's one of the funnest things is trying to like pick what you're going to be, and I don't know, it's just the best. You enjoy candy, yes, of course, stale candied, cheap candy, very cheap can very cheap candy, and then pretending to be somebody or not for an evening, right. I mean, this year, who you going to be? What are you gonna do? You know what, this year I have been slacking because I was trying to make sure the kids got their pre their their presence. Look at you. Think about Christmas. Are Right. Yeah, as excited at it as as he gets for costumes and stuff. It is kind of a present. Yeah, I kind of I was gonna be a professional wrestler named mankind and I had the mask already to order because he's got long hair like me, he's a bigger fellow like me, so I was like, Oh, this will be perfect, and now I cannot find that mask anywhere. I should have ordered it last month when I had the chance. So now I've got to scramble and completely figure something else out. Not Acceptable. I know I messed up. Well, no, I mean you mess it up from the get go, from the jump here, because the whole thing we just established is Halloween is a wonderful time to live out childhood fantasies and you can be anybody you've ever wanted to be. And the first thing you say when I asked, was your costume. He's like, Whoa, I'm gonna be a guy who's got hair like me and it's kind of Chubby like me, and but I love me had he was one of my favorite rest crap. Dude. That's you should be, like Princess Peach, be a thing. You want to go all out, dude, like take it to the extreme, man, totally be something that you are not. Yeah, I don't know. I just I would like to fit the role a little bit. So your fantasy to be mankind. It is pin stranger, sweaty strangers, one, three higher. Do you want to be in a steel cage match with me? See, but you're missing out. He's got this sock that he pulls out of his pants, called Mr Saco, and he puts it on his hand and he puts on people's mouth. Seeing JENIC. Yeah, it's there's a lot of fun to that costume. Wow, yeah, you were going to do that too. We're gonna go the extra mile and just yes, you got to have to have Mr Sako. Any there's one wrestling fan that's listening to this. It's like, yeah, that's awesome idea, and they're probably take it. Yeah, well, God bless them. I mean, I don't know if you normally keep a sock in your junk. I don't know, man, so maybe that's like a normal thing for you or whatever, but...

...that should be an easy thing to find, right. So all you're missing is the mask. Yeah, just and the bravado. I was the big Labowski last year. Okay again, what's going on with that? You kind of playing into stereotypes a little bit. Yeah, but I love that movie, So sure, who doesn't? Everybody likes a big Labowski. Yeah, okay. Well, I got myself a T shirt for Halloween because, from my end of things here, I've never been a big halloween person. Now do just go on social media and people are freaking the fuck out when it comes to fall. People have Halloween themed seasonal tables and they can't wait to decorate the outside of their homes. So when you tell me like, oh, it's not as big as Christmas, oh Oh, my friend Contrere Mon Frere, I think there's a lot of people out there really want to celebrate Halloween more than anything else. Back to me. here the T shirt. Now, I know this will do you proud. It'll make you so happy, Phil You with joy. Let's see. Well, I got myself a bucky's Halloween themed t shirt because my son, okay, well, back story for you here. Hold on there, Buckaroubons, I he is celebrating a birthday around Halloween. So, being someone who did never particularly cared for Halloween, because my childhood was wasn't that great when it came to Halloween theme things. It took the birth of, you know, my spawn, my seed to be. Okay, well, now he's he's celebrating his birthday around Halloween. We got to do Halloween theme things for him to make him happy and everything else. So we do that. We do like little movie, Little Mini movie marathons throughout the month and he gets a kick out of doing costumes. We bought a costume for my dog. So, man, I'm fully I'm in it now. But again, as far as my costumes, I got the t shirt. So I need to take him trick or treating. Bro Man, you could be anything you want and you just want to be yourself and as I don't have any need, I don't need to pretend I'm happy with WHO I am. I Dude, there's nobody else I'd rather be than me. That's some confidence I wish. Okay, the only thing I'm missing is like a million dollars, right. So, I mean I maybe if I could just walk around with a radio flyer with with money in it, that would be the best version of me, I suppose. Yeah, but I do want to let the listeners know, some of you guys who haven't heard the show before, I'm a huge bucky's guy. I'm not from Texas, I'm from Massachusetts. But bucky's, because there's none up east or North or wherever the hell you're from or where I'm from, is like the Walmart of gas stations, where they have everything under the Sun. Yet they promote themselves and their brand thanks to a colorful happy beaver mascot. To it's almost become a pilgrimage for many people to visit buckies and by the Paraphernalia, and I am one of those suckers. So right have my bucky shirt for every occasion. So that might scare you, toby. That might be one of the things that frightens you. That is my love. I think I'm one of the few Texans that could give a crap less about the buckies phenomenon here. Why? What's your problem, dude? I don't know. It's I don't know. It's all the snacks and stuff are cool, but then I don't know. It's if I want to go to freaking Walmart, I'll go to Walmart. Like well, no, but that's the thing. It's like a roadside attraction. If you are on a road trip and you could go to gas station a which has the dude who is changed smoking butts behind the counter and has nothing to show for their wares except for like a bed as old, I don't know, cowboy hat or something. Or you could go to the mega super road stop place that has all this cool stuff and makes it to an event that when you stop, the whole family has to partake and they have food inside, freshly cooked food and snacks and desserts and I mean you name it. Plus the cleanest bathrooms probably ever manned by any janitor in the hiss mye mankind. That's the main reason that you stop at Buckis. But here's the thing. Anyone that's not from Texas when they when they go into a buckies and they see all the Texas flags and the boots and the cowboy hats and all the the Texas style country decorations, that's what everyone's going in there for. As you're taking a sip out of your bucky's Cup, Hey, that was private moment while you were speaking. Come on, don't let people know what I'm up to. I've got a couple of these cups too, so you can go fuck off. But but it's I'm not a fan of the country Texas. Gimmick. The the last you toude...

...totally misslabeling it. That's what you doing, because when you walk into Bucky's, sure there's like Texas style things, but it's this is going to sound a little weird, but when you first into the bathrooms, that's what you see. And I always found this weird, like they have things for sale, like pictures and brass, like wall decorations and stuff that do like the love it or leave it crap and all the long horns or whatever, and I was thinking, like who's walking into a bathroom is like, Oh, look at that, you see that right there. You see that cast Iron Cowboy boot hanging up on the wall with that nifty price tag in nine, nine hundred and ninety nine. I didn't know I wanted it before, but now now I've walked into this bathroom, I know I need it. You know, it's like we used to go to restaurants and they have art on the wall and you be I don't know, I'm going to sup and salad bar. Oh, I really want that landscape for fifty five dollars. Waitress, excuse me, can you pull that down for me? You know, but I'm not trying to like shit on you here or like jump all over you to correct you. But I mean you're kind of describing it as hokey southern sounding thing, but it's really I don't think so. It's more, I think, like I said, branded with their mascot more than Texas and many ways. Yeah, I don't know. I just I feel they try to give off that good old country boy kind of decorations and stuff to bud. I don't know. Okay, SOS, speaking of of Halloween, cowboys plan Halloween all year long. They don't need to dress like that. That's that's just for their their little gimmick. Oh yeah, we're in a cowboy. Okay, so you are against Buckies. You're against people dressing with extravagant belt buckles and boots. Well, I like the belt buckles, let's all you do. The bigger the better. Okay, I want it to be more belt buckle than you and, if possible, someone was homo erotic right there. Can't wait to see what's underneath that belt buckle. Cowboy it can I say real quick? My throat is killing me right now. It hurts so bad. Why was that? Well, I inhaled an insane amount of bleach before we came on air because I've got a dog who insists on pissing everywhere and today I was just super upset. I'm like you fucking Mutty, you fucking Piss mynd my catch. I just grabbed the big old bottle of bleach, poured it on the floor and I got my hands and knees to wipe it up and like, I just completely inhaled and on God the amount of bleach vapor so if for those who've ever seen Seinfeld, there was an episode of the macinaw peaches. Did you ever see it? No, I don't. Okay, well, this one time of year where these peaches were sold and cramer was a newman, were all stoked about it. They couldn't stuck up on enough macinaw peaches. But then there was an apartment being fumigated and cramer accidentally walked in there, sat relax, read the newspaper whatever, and when he came out he lost his senses. So, with the macinaw peach season being finite and only you know, for this short period of time, he couldn't enjoy them anymore because he had submitted himself to these invisible yeah, pesticides. I feel like that now, like I'm trying. You just mentioned Oh, you're drinking on your Buckies Cup. I took a SIP. I I can't taste my co fee. I've lost my my taste and my throat is raw. You know, stuttering what I'm talking about. It her a real question now. I mean you, you're you're saying you just lost your taste and your sense. Yeah, you're a huge fan of Bucki's. Are you sure you haven't been a sniffing this bleach before? What the hell are you talking about? I'm talking about my dog taking a leak of my goddamn floor and you're trying to bring it back to Bucky's. This is supposed to be a Halloween conversation and we haven't even discussed Halloween in the last ten minutes. What are you doing, man, what a crappy way to segue. I thought you were a pro. Yeah, well, you know. Well, let's get back to it here real quick. Like Toby, you know, you just mentioned you're a thirty two year old adult male who wants to dress up like a professional wrestler, but when you think about Halloween, is a kid, right. The best thing is the actually kind of ties into what I just said, because all the plastic costumes from Camarda whatever, that smell terrible, flammable. You never yeah, she should have never adorned yourself with any of those things. But I mean the thoughts that you're kor treating are usually from most people, excluding myself, happy ones. But now that you're an adult, like, are there things or movies or any kind of experience that can really truly terrify you or really scare you that deal with the holiday? Or is it like one of those things now where it's just all the EPHEMER that goes with it's just something you enjoy and you're looking to be terrified or scared, right? You just want to have a good time.

Well, I I do. I am one of those I'm not liking adrenaline Junkie, but I'm one of those kind of people that like to be scared a little bit. I like haunted houses and stuff and you know, I did a whole podcast where I talked about spooky stuff all year long and I'm a big fan of horror movies and stuff. So kind of like that, that like that suspenseful frightfulness, you know, and I I'm I'm kind of an asshole because, like, if I'm watching a movie with someone and I can sense, oh, this is where the suspense is and this is where the jumps going to be, I will be the person that likes slowly creeps up and tries, the time it perfectly, to grab whoever sitting beside me and try to scare the shit out of him, because I did that. I love it. If you go to the bathroom, I'm gonna scare you when you come out. It's there's just it's fun. It's a little rush. I'm both sides being scared because once, once, once, it all stops and you can laugh about it and you're like, Oh, you got me, you know, screw you. That's funny. I don't know. There's something about both sides of scaring someone and and receiving the scare. Okay, but there's nothing that absolutely fucking freaks you out, terrifies you. Oh, I mean, I'm I'm terrified of stuff, but like it's what's the number one things? Okay, snakes are right here, so I show up at your house with a box of snakes and you'd squeal. I Like I little working in the oil field, as I do snakes tend to just, you know, live in the wild? I didn't. I don't know if you know that or high prize. Yeah, the genetically cloned things in a laboratory. Well, they cry. They should not, Jenny. They would be just for yeah. anyways, and I have, you know, almost stepped on some or one time I picked up this this box that was supposed to have parts in it and I turned it around to look for said part inside the box and there was a snake curled up in there. And the story goes that I threw the box as high as I could and took off running and screaming the other direction. I don't know, I wasn't in control of my body at that time. I kind of just blacked out and was in fight or flight mode and I went flight. So you murdered innocent little critter that day? I don't. I mean, I didn't murder it. It slithered off. It was perfectly fine. Well, scared. It scared me and it's Terri I cat. You can bring a cat up like two flights and drop it right. I mean, it's not recommended. I'm not telling anybody to go do this. Please don't go. You know, hey, I can throw this cat out of fucking window. But I mean they land on their feet, right. It's true what they say most of the time, but as snake, a little snaky, throw them up twenty feet in the air. He's probably landed a little hard. I'm being honest, I really don't care how that snake landed. All his beat, everything about a snake like I'm my I'm getting goosebumps. So all but in starting to crawl. Well, you know, tell me. Let me tell you a couple things that terrify me, because here's the thing. Right, yet again, I'm tying this back into being a kid. You see these movies. A mummy could be scary. Now, this is a fictional character, right. There's mummies in real life, but I mean they're not waking up and fucking coming after Youa Frankenstein, Dracula, things of that nature. That you know of that you right, then, I'm aware of who knows? I mean, I bet you there's some goth kid living in like Nebraska, dressed up by Count Dracula, waiting for that day he's going to fucking drink my blood. I can't say for any with any absolute certainty, but you get my drift here right. Yeah, traditional sense again. I have a nine year old, so for him he will watch an old movie like that. He will do the jump scare like you were talking about, and he'd probably get a kick out of it because he's a kid. You Know Me, Yawn, Yawn, no thanks. GOING TO CATCH SOME Z's walk into a haunted house. I dude like I know there's going to be some insane clown posse fan jumping at me with a fake buzz saw, and it takes all my restraint not to punch the fucking jiggle a Juggalo Jiggleo. What did you callow the American Jiggalow? It takes. It's kind of I'm gonna Punch Rick Richard Gear right in the cocksucker. But you know it yet again. You know what I mean. But I mean one of the things that would terrify me. Now, I snakes. Don't like him not necessarily throwing the box around, you know, not trying to juggle any serpents. But think about it like this. Right, a man Egine, my hand named, by the way, juggling snakes, serpents, Juggler snurpet. You have thing. I came to speak not bring young arm right. That's another one of my fears, losing my ability to speak on selling out show. Help me now, but I mean like, have you ever had an MRI request when you're on a workman's COMP claim? That's exact. I'm terrified. It sucks. You're gonna wait forever, you coun tree like Shit. Or okay, okay, all right, how about this? Imagine, if you will, having to appear in court, but you can only respond as Peter Satara,...

...holder in my court. Now, sir, you stand before me accused of a particularly heinous Halloween crime of diicken, candy corn in places where it don't belong in public, especially your own speakables. That's wrap. Those another regions. How do you plead to these unholy crimes? Well, okay, first things first. I definitely want to establish the fact I will be representing myself here today, and there's a really funny story behind all of this. Someday we're all going to just kick back and Laugh, Oh my God, over this whole thing, trust you me. But as of today, the right now, I'm going to plead not guilty. Where you look, take this man away, I find you most definitely guilty and sentence you to death by the Electric Chair, you candy, Corn Hole and bastard. Okay, I thought that'd be much scarier, or at least funnier. It wasn't. That was a failure on every which level. But it guess what, that's terrifying to within itself that I suck at this. But anyway, you know what I mean, like real world problems are scarier now than any kind of mythical beast. Yeah, pay your taxes. I'D RATHER FUCKING HAVE DRACULA COME UP, yeah, or fucking Frankenstein rip me in half, then pay my taxes. I really think what you're trying to say is then being an adult is fucking scary. Well, no, well, just the responsibilities more terrible. WHO, don't say that word. That tells that it's act. See, there you go, the HEBGEB's right there. Yeah, I mean, that's it, you know. So if you if you want to fucking like really frighten me and I walk into the hunted house, don't pop out like the character I'd mentioned before, like you know, insane clown posse guy, jump out near the tax man. You Work for the IRS. That's it. Oh Shit, you know I mean crap my pants. I think you're onto something because you know, I mean, if you've ever liked couldn't you know your kid was like I'm gonna go look at toys and they just run off to the next Al and you don't see them for a second and you're like your heart stops because you're like, oh my God, my kids gone, or yeah, anything like that. Like that's that's pretty terrifying. I didn't think about terrifying like that, because I was thinking like, you know, fears, like something getting me kind of fear, but I didn't that the tax man getting me. What, Dude, I'm deep, all right, that's that's how I roll, like you. I just brought you to your most primal fears, right, I brought them to the surface. I think what you don't talk you for Halloween now is the tax man. Yeah, there you go, to be the fucking tax men, and that's the I will run in terror. But yeah, so I don't know. But Hey, listen, toby, what do you say me? And you take a little break here, okay, a little time off and play a clip from Halloween's yester year, but then when we come back, maybe talk about some more Halloween stuff, including because I just saw a halloween movie that I found kind of weird. So maybe you can tell me and our listeners what you enjoy to watch on how we awesome. That bleaches fucking burning me out. Very common with Halloween is alcohol, nudity, craziness, you know, basically stuff that happens three hundred and sixty five anyway, but you know it's more pronounced on this holiday. If you will. And Nate, I have an one one call from the grand old state of Tennessee. No, I think we should take a listen to what are you saying? Yeah, let's do it. I didn't know what happens about all ready the FA I saw the flood. That was part of a nine one call made by a man in Tennessee was heading to work. He made the call after he saw what appeared to be a dead body lying in his neighbors driveway. I thought it was somebody. I thought somebody land up Arnold on the driveway. I thought them what happened and I said will send somebody out to jacket. What a fucking sense of urgency that cops have. Huh. They could be a dead body on the scene and you know we'll be out there. We'll be out there to check it. Yeah, well, we'll stop by at some point get the cookies in the milk. As morning, about ten o'clock, I gain a pounding on the door. Several deputies went to the House to investigate. I said, thank you, guys, for Karen, but I'm doing just my that realistic looking body in the driveway turned out to be just a decoration for Halloween. Oh that's pretty surprising. I would have thought that was exclusively...

...an Easter decoration. Yeah, what weirds me out is that if you look at this man's house, this is the only decoration he has. So so you can understand why people are freaked out like that. It's not like it's one of those houses with all the shit in the art. It's yeah, House with a dead body at the garage. It's nothing for context. Is No Jack Lanterns right, no webbing from the railings, just a fucking body underneath a garage door. He couldn't even write happy Halloween and blood. That's son of a bitch. When the police came today, they pulled the boot off to make sure there wasn't a person in there. That is some top notch forensics. Right. There's can we have a body? I don't know, man, take up his shoe. Right there'sness CSI technology gonna yeah, this is like grab the boot, pull it off. Let see Tennessee's finest. Right here, Ladies and gentlemen, and the splattered fake blood, food coloring and Hair Gel. The family says Halloween is their favorite time of the year and they're getting ready for an upcoming party. This was actually starting out of the joke because when I have my Halloween party I was actually going to dress up under there. After everyone's seen him for so long and then when they come out to get drinks or something, pop up out of the garage door and scare everybody. Snickers, peanut buttercups and heart attacks come get them. Folks, a joke they thought would never go this far, but I thought it looks so real and so fun. So and I hope people don't take offense to him. And to make sure there aren't any more mixups, the sheriff's department posted this on their facebook page. Attention everyone, this is a halloween decoration. Do Not Call Nine hundred and twenty one reporting a dead body. Instead, congratulate the homeowner on a great display. Did this guy set up the perfect murder? I'm talent a right, because he's got the cops already posting on their fucking twitter or whatever. Don't call nine hundred and one about this guy. We're not going to check up on this guy. And now the guy can kill whoever the fuck he wants and put them in his yard and the cops will be like, yeah, we've got a boy who cried dead body scenario, yeah, has here. You're right, though. He gets litter the whole fucking yard with bodies and people drive by me like, Oh, great job, Jim, that's a wonderful display have there. My real question about this is in you know, listeners can't see this from the video, but it's obvious this guy is white. Yeah, we're not let an African American man who spend a man, anybody of color, you get away with doing this. Right, they'd still charge him with something like freaking out the public or public nuisance or some shit. They'd find a way to, yeah, get a warrant or probable cousin fucking Dude, likely. Yeah, this is fucking white privilege on Halloween. Fucks, look out. Yeah, don't call us about crimes at this white dudes house exactly. Just fucking ridiculous. You know, this whole call is just kind of, you know, nonsensical and stupid. We're making fun of it and everything, but I mean seriously, Tennessee, and I don't know the town this is in. Yeah, but this just I can't get over the stupidity involved here on every side, every angle. Right. Well, yeah, it doesn't. It doesn't look good for their finest, for Tennessee's finest, the cops down there. They don't the story doesn't make them look good. As when I'm saying you looking for like a nickname for the cops, like the Tennessee ten men or the there you go, Tennessee oak trees, I don't even know. But yeah, the fuck'm Halloween sucks in Tennessee. Well, that was a fun little trip down the haunted memory lane. Yes, indeed, that's me and nate talking about some Halloween stuff, because we're cool. But Hey, you know what else is cool? Watching stuff? Oh yeah, sitting on the couch, got the remote in hand. That's cool as hip. It's with it. It's my exercise. So, Toby, let me ask you, Amigo. You know loving Halloween as much as you do. Yeah, what could you recommend to me or anybody else there to say? Hey, you know what, maybe you're on the fence about Halloween, you know, but this, this is the kind of stuff. This is a movie or TV show or music or whatever that's totally going to get you in the mood. Man, see, I'm a binge watcher, M I. So what am I Benin? I like to just go through an entire series, like I'm talking about the entire series, the remakes and then everything after. I don't know. Why. Wait, wait, are you talking about like a franchise and or franchise? Just going this hitting the whole franchise? But I like to try to make it all make sense because you know,...

...years and years of movies coming out after retcon some stuff and make it to where you know it fits in the new movie, and then the next movie they'll be like, yea, you know what, some of that stuff didn't even we're just going to pretend like that didn't happen. So you got to try to make it all fit. Is the fun. You don't, you don't. There's no continuity for a reason. No, we need continuity. My every day life is continuity. So we need some continuity. I need it so bad. Yeah, but you're manufacturing it. It's not like it's legit. Put it this way. There's there's no one behind that. Okay, all right, let me stop myself. Fall Stop. Friday the thirteen. There's a famous horror movie, frinch. You love it. Okay, fantastic. So maybe this is a perfect talking point. Has there been one sole person behind the entire franchise all these years, like one like runner, one show producer or someone who's fucking the rock of the franchise? I don't believe so there you go. So you got people who are getting paid. For example, like, all right, slasher flicks were really popular in the S. are we made Friday thirteen part one, we got a knockout, number two, number three, whatever. Just write something. Make it gory, make it silly, make it stupid, it doesn't matter. We need to make money. So, like you're saying, where some of the pieces don't fit, they were never intended to. Well and see, I think that's because it there was never any long term goals like there are in movie making now. Sure no one was ever going to be, oh yeah, we're going to have Friday, the thirteen in space one day, so let's write towards that direction. It just happened because they're like, I don't know, that last one made us a bunch of money or pockets are full. We got to bring them back somehow, and that's how it keeps happening. But I like to make it make sense. Now, stupid as it is, you just you get okay with it. I okay, fine, a little fan thick? Yeah, that's cool, but the newer movies, to which I have not seen any of them, are they doing nods to the previous movies? Not so much. What the fuck? Man? You know? Okay, so I love the Halloween series. They that's definitely one that they've ret conned a ton, but I love me and the kid. I've got a twelve year old. For the last six years every year we go through during Halloween, during October, I guess. We go through the Friday the thirteen movies. We go through the Halloween movies. He's Luis. He loves them, he loves them and we just Binge Watch them until we get sick of them or until we finish the series and then we move on. He recently got into the Hatchett series, which that's if you're a fan of horror movies like Hatchett. It's not the best, but it's it fits together like they somewhat preplanned ahead of time and everything takes place in like a four daytime period, if you watch all four of the movies, and they came out like five, six years apart from each other. So they're not like it's not like they're like boom, boom boom. came out one after another. There was time in between and they still is this an official recommendation? I would I would say so if you're a if you like Friday the thirteen, if you like, you know, unstoppable monsters for no reason just coming to kill a bunch of horny teenagers or something, the hatchett series. But like the like I was saying, with the Halloween the the Rob Zombie Halloween movies, they don't really do anything for the main series, like they don't have any kind of nods, and I like them, except there's just rob Zombie. Rob Zombiet it too much, and I know that's super unpopular to say because people love the Rob Zombie movies, but he rob Zombiet it too much and just made it grotesque, cussing and stuff for no reason. Like every other word is fuck your cunt. Well, and I would think every other word was. Yeah, that's what turned me off to White Zombie when I was a teenager. I'm like, every fucking song this guy is like yeah, yeah, you, yeah, am I dod. I mean really, we get it, man, I got it. It's cool. Yeah, all right, enhing. Do you think that's how he agrees with everything? Like if someone's like, Hey, rob, would you want some McDonald's? Yeah, yeah, maybe, I don't know, but it's just I don't know, but I guess. Yeah, he rob Zombie did too much. That's an official thing as part of the vernacular. Yeah, but see, with the Halloween movies, I've come up with my own theory because the whole you listen, listen, look good, I'm got just good. All the movies don't make sense because, like the third movie, they reck caught a bunch of stuff. The fourth movies. That's not a sister. I...

...don't know. All of the movies just keep retconning themselves. That a spoiler. Something's not his sister. Should I be? I'll never watch it. So does he'll never watch it is like some people are his sister and one movie some people are his cousin, and it's it's it makes no sense because they change it every movie. The whole like little Laura on him, is that he's the Boogeyman, like everyone calls him the Boogieman. So in my head I've made it to wear every movie is cannon because it's kids around town telling the story of this quote Boogie Man, and that's why, because the stories would change, right. The stories are always change from kid to kid. Like hearing it. Oh, I hurt, I certain athology series. Yes, that's what I think it is. I feel like I'll make sense if you look at it like that. All right, well, told me. Let me tell you something. You suck a giving recommendations. I was waiting for like a clear cut. Dude, you've got to see this, like seriously, I mean, it's it glasses. He I kind of like to be in Jedike franchises. Yes, but let me tell you some what I find amazing is your son and my son are very similar in age. Now, mind you that it is a big deal, because my son is nine, yours just twelve, and you're mentioning movies that I would never, ever, ever, ever, at this stage I couldn't even imagine it twelve, having him watch with the sex, you know, the Innuendo, even the the blood, the guts and the Gore and the the ghastly murders. You know what I mean. So, I mean I get it. He's mature, he understands it. I was very similar when I was young. I was reading stuff and I was into stuff at twelve that I should had nothing to do with, you know what I mean. But unsupervised childhood. Yeah, yeah, Whoo, whoo. I mean when you look at older movies, look at the goonies, like look at some of the laying all these sucks. Well, I'm just saying, Shit fucking movie. Look at ghostbusters. There's a blowjob scene. Fair goes stand, accroy goes across Syed. He said a good old time. Yeah, I know, yeah, but listen, does the kind of stuff like if I watch ghostbushes my kid, I usually will fast forward even through the initial library scene because I think that's little too fucked up for him right now, and the blowjob scene. So there's a lot of like editing, parental, you know, right, guidance. It does work well I bring this up because I feel like, you know, I made it through times where, you know, people weren't fast forwarding through that kind of stuff for me, and you know you have it, you'd watch it right and and I'm very usually when we watch these movies, you know, I'm like I close your eyes, look away, look at me, and you know I and if he if there's ever a point where he's scared of the movie or if he has questions we've had. We've made sure to have talks about like these are movies, these are the bad guys. We don't like the bad guys, you know, and we've had that conversation a couple of times, especially with he plays video games, like you can't just go around, you know, fortnight and stuff. You can't shoot people just for fun, like these are games, this is fantasy and trails are not food. Sure, yeah, so we've had lots and lots of talks about those kind of things in the violence and honestly, I think he likes to see, because he looks up on Youtube, like the makeup and and like the the effects, like how they do things and stuff he loves seeing, like how they make it look like if someone's head got cut off. He's really interested in the behind the scenes of it too. So like we've lifted the curtain and completely like showed him like look, none of this is real. So I think that's one thing that helped separate it. Okay, yeah, and I've had similar talks like this is fantasy. That's always a big one in my household. This is not real, it is fantasy. But I mean in contrast to your viewing experiences, like, okay, me personally, I like my horror infused with comedy. So if you said to me, what do you want to watch, I say Tucker and Dale Versus Evil Or, okay, Shaun of the dead. You know I mean. I know that's like an easy thing to say, but that's a great movie and it has horror themes in it, yet there's a lot of comedy, a lot to laugh at, and that's what I need. I just don't want to see, as you would mentioned previously, horny teenagers trying to fuck and having their nuts ripped off or slapped up against a tree in a sleeping bag. It's tired to me, you know what I mean. But Hey, here's the thing, though, when my kid, because I sensor so much stuff. You know, I just had to watch under wraps, a remake of an original dissney movie from ninety seven. They've remade...

...it and now it's on Disney plus and my God, the awards I should be winning, the parades that should be thrown in my honor, the accolades I should deserve as a father for sitting through an hour and a half of a movie such as under wraps are unfathomable. They they're unthinkable. They can never add to repay me for the debt of the time served. Do you understand? Have you heard of this movie, under wraps? No, Whoa, my God. It's about a fucking re animated mummy. But it's like the it's so bad, it's so cheesy, so formulaic. It's obviously made for like a six year old or something, right, and I get that, and there's a place for this stuff in the world, right, because you got to have it. You can't all watch like we're just talking about the Gore or whatever kids need their kicks to from Halloween. But I mean the fact that someone got paid to write this, make this, produce us, I'm like, cheese, Louise, this is just not an art form anymore. This is drivel, this is terrible, this is horrible. I mean in caught. Okay, put it. Put it this way. I was just actually just trying to avoid saying in contrast, because I think I just said that like a minute ago. Try Not to repeat my words, which is also something that terrifies me. I don't like doing it. I do it way too much. So if you catch me, feel free to virtually bunk me over the head. But they see series on Netflix called night books and it's produced by Sam Raymi and it said PG on it, so I'm like, well, let's give it a shot. Oh Boy, oh Lord. No, my son was like this is too scary dad, and I was actually interested in that. Maybe because it was they kicked it up a notch. It wasn't just oh, look at this mummy getting isn't hand stuck with honey and then and dancing around, you know what I mean, like that whole thing. So yeah, yeah, but I forgot what I was trying to get to. I've completely lost the point. So please, toby, take it away. You know, I think that's the other thing about Halloween that really excites me is like people are more because all year long. I like horror movies. I think it's so funny when people are like, all right, it's Halloween. What horror recommendations like? Well, I mean there's been stuff that's been coming out all year long that you're missing. It's nice when when October hits and people are like, okay, now we can talk about horror movies and we can talk about scary stuff. It's I don't know it it's it's nice because during the summer I watched, I never watched the sleepaway can of sleepaway camp. Is that what's so indeed? How do I know this and you don't? Well, it's because it's one of those series that I've always stayed away from because it looked I always thought it was a knockoff of Friday the thirteen. In a way it is, but not just the first one, and I liked I like the first one enough because of the twist at the end and all the rest of the one. I think I've watched two and three so far. I don't know if there's another one, but I hate it. But who I did? I know I've already gotten I've already my friends have already shamed me and almost kicked me out of our friendship groups because of it, I know, but I and he just no one wants to talk about even though it's a summer movie, it's set in the summer, like you still kind of have to watch that during October and Halloween, and I don't know, fuck you, man. I'm watching jaws in February. I mean like like that doesn't feel like a horror movie because, like there's no nothing supernatural happening. There's no I mean no slashers, no one wearing costumes. It's just a shark. No, jaws is scary. Shit, jaws this scary. Yeah, yeah, but I think with what you just said, is like imagine you're a super horror fan and October rolls around and it's like the floodgates open there ways. Well, I can't wait, I can't wait. Until you said at the beginning of the show, I'm getting spooky. So everybody's out there getting spooky and they're like fucking posers. That's exactly what it is. But I think that's why it's hard for me to just like come up with a recommendation because usually I when Halloween comes around, I want to watch the classics. You know all the the stuff I watched growing up, and so, because all year long I've been watch all kinds of goofy stuff, I watched this show as all about like Voodoo and curses, called the new new cherry flavor on Netflix. What it's got zombies in it and like it's called Nude Sherry Flavor. Yeah, so to pop, you would think that I had no idea what it was going into it. It's sort of sort of horror asque. I don't know. It was good, but confusing. And there's one scene I don't even want to talk about. Has To do with her growing of Vagina on her stomach and yeah, Oh, yeah, Guy fisting it, and...

...it's on Netflix and it's super bizarre. Wow. Yeah, yeah, that probably puts you in the mood now for Halloween, but for something else. Yeah, right, doesn't it? So me? Oh, yeah, no, it is. She was also giving birth to kittens from it. So that also like, well, the person who named this show. Yeah, my hats off to you, my friend. Yeah, I would cherry flavor. R They they got people fooled. They think they're in there. Oh, is this a documentary about the history of Cheriicola? No, no, no, we got cat berths and fisting and know, yeah, all this happened, all right, is to your honor. Yeah, as I'm so glad. We spend all this time talking about recommended films, or lack thereof, and this is how we're ended up. This is where we're at, you know, just perfect. There's just just so us. You know what I mean, isn't it though? Right, right, yeah, well, toby, what do you say? We take another little pause, play some more goodies, some words from our partners, and then when we return our closing remarks, we supposed to say no, I don't want to do that, and I'm supposed to. I don't know what to do, because I get that. I get the play button right here. So they hit this button and go bing, Bang, boom, I'm playing some good stuff, but you, you stopped me, but instead you just stay quiet. What's going on? I mean, you know you're the captain of this shit. Yeah, yeah, well, say yes or no. Don't Fuck Oh yeah, yeah, okay, cheese, what the fuck? Man? Sorry, all right, away we go, but Halloween, man, it sucked for me as a kid. I'm sure many of you expect me to say, Oh, I love Halloween costumes and candy and tricken tweeting and all the like. But realistically it was terrible for me as a kid, and the reason was my mother hated Halloween. Could you stand it? Oh my God it was. She just hated the idea of taking me out to get candy from strangers. Actually, you know what, before we get into that, you want a quick history of Halloween, I would run inform you in the listeners out there. I would love a little backstory on the Halloween here. Yeah, before we get into my whole miserable childhood, let me give you just a quick, condensed run down on how Halloween came to be. It's actually a Celtic thing. It was originated with the ancient Celtic Festival of how do you say this? Sam Haine. Well, it's Sam Hey, but I think some people say sow it. Well, it's very funny that you say that. I just was doing some research myself and everyone says Sam Hane. There's even a band called Sam Haine. And Yeah, I noticed that in that Gaelic sort of tongue, that Celtic Gaelic tongue, it's actually yeah, pronounced so win, which makes no sense. But then again, neither does the name Chivan or the name Shawn even sea and those celts and that Gaelic makes no sense. But so I was crazy celts, crazy, killed and fucking nutty celts. And I'm actually inclined to say Celts, yeah, because we're from the Massachusetts area, in the Boston Celtics, but I will not do that today. I'm trying to stay true to history. So anyway, the these people that the celts on Sour win or Sam Haine or whatever you want to say. HMM, they would light up bonfires and we're costumes to ward off ghosts. In the eighth century, Pope Gregory the third designated November first as a time to honor all saints. Soon all s state incorporated some of the traditions of Sou Win Sam Haine and the evening before was known as all hallows Eve. So that was actually legit. They weren't just begging for stuff, they were lighting fires. Baby. Yeah, wow, that's that's interesting, man. I love here in these like it's funny how these mainstream hallmark holidays often have like pagan beginnings or Celtic Beginnings, like when you you look at Christmas in how they've turned it into this. I know we're not in a Christmas episode, but just it's they're similarities between mean how Christianity and American culture has sort of CO opted this holiday and turned it into something of theirs. But a lot of them would be shocked or in denial of of the Pagan or non Christian roots of these things. But absolutely. And speaking of CO opting or borrowing trick or treating, it's a quick recap on this as well. Borrowing from the Irish and English traditions, Americans began to dress up in costumes and go house to house asking for food or money. MMM, Bank Act, is that? Yeah, bags, get off my fucking porch. If you didn't give them a food, they would leave flaming tirds on their p again, called the shit po a premise that eventually became today's...

...trick or treat tradition. Young women believed that on Halloween they could divine the name or appearance of their future husband by doing tricks with yarn, apple pairings or mirrors, HMM HMM, or reading the end trails of fucking sheep. You know what I mean, like the other crazy shit you never heard of that, like people back in the day would tell fortunes or whatever by real laid cut open a fucking goat or a sheep or whatever and read its end trails. Just you know. Or to a lesser extent, people would drink tea and look at the bottom of their tea cup and all the little flex of tea leaves. They would read into them and be able to tell someone's future. Are these diviners? But yeah, sheep's and trails. Look it up, I guess I will. I mean how bizarre the whole idea of that? When you mention it it's just like disgusting, because you have to either kill something or take something that's recently being killed. Yeah, and I'll pull out and trails, which does not sound enticing in the least. But how far off is that from someone who says they can speak in tongues? Right, you know? You know what I mean. Yeah, those Z Wacky as people. It was whack ass motherfucker is, all right. In the late eighteen hundreds there was a move in America to mold Halloween into a holiday more about community and neighborly get together as in about ghosts, pranks and witchcraft. At the turn of a century, Halloween parties for both children and adults became the most common way to celebrate the day. Parties Focus on games foods of the season. When festive costumes, HMM, let's see here. Parents were encouraged by newspapers and community leaders to take anything frightening or grotesque out of Halloween celebrations. Because of these efforts, Halloween lost most of it superstitious and religious overtones. By the beginning of the twenty century it was losing its bites. Yeah, totally, I guess the there you go. You can't dress up like Satan. What Fun is that? Come on, I don't know. I mean I again. Well, that's basically it for my whole Halloween recap. I borrowed that from historycom. So thank you for letting me play giarize you and take your information. Yeah, so, are you interested in getting into my sad tale? I am, I mean I, I'm always a sucker for for, like I said, the origin stories, and any time I love hearing that Shit. But, Dave, we want to hear about your grinch of Halloween mother and see. Yeah, she, she certainly was, and I I jumped into that. I get so excited about it. I kind of jumped the gun a little bit before I get into the history recap there, but it's all right. Yeah, so she never wanted to take me out. So my deal was I was always all dressed up with no place to go and I'd suffocate myself with those noxious plastic fumes. They came out of the Bend Cooper made Halloween Masks. Hand Candy out to other kids always my Gig. You were like reverse trick or treating. You would answer the door dressed up. You got it and I remember it so vividly to this day. I remember my costumes. One year as Batman, HMM, and I was so happy with my flammable Batman cost you, and I was so proud of myself and I just had to hand out candid to others. Another year I was a mummy, yeah, and I made a big deal out of it. I put on paint underneath my rap so if they even came loose it looked like I was decaying or something. It was fairly, you know, elaborate for a kid in my age. But yet here's the butterfinger to the neighbor and I would just have to wash my face and shame later in the night. Huh, dude, that's a sad man. Yeah, there was one occasion she let the neighbor take me out trick or true eating, and I believe his name was Jimmy. But even that that was a little haphazard. Yeah, because, you know, it's a neighbor, I'm a little kid, he couldn't kidnap me or something, or God knows what. My mom didn't care. Yeah, she's like, just stop bugging me about the fucking tricky treat and go with this. Dude, leave me alone. Go with fucking Jimmy. Yeah, that random Jimmy. What's call him random Jimmy. But you know, if I don't want to portray my mom in a terrible light, she was a single mother. She worked very hard. Man. She really drop the ball on Halloween. Ma, that sucks, man, I know. Yeah, well, what are you gonna do? You know what, though, the memories have stuck with me and I'm able to podcast about it. That's for this day. So I guess it everything it didn't all go for not right. Everything becomes the story in the future. Rough childhood's become interesting tales down the road. So I don't know, man, it builds character, Dave, you know? I think so. Yeah, everything builds character. That's that's the way to kind of dull the sting of these childhood scars. When I start thinking about fear, it's just more what are you scared of? You know what...

...frightens you. I mentioned you pre show. I kind of want to discuss what kind of scared as his kids and affected our psyches back then. What freaks us out now? You know, what causes us a state of panic? Fear is something thing that invokes our fight or flight response. Right, sure, absolutely. Are we going to stand up to our fears? Are we going to run away? Right, and this is a just a really basic, pure human emotion, which is all caused by chemicals in our brain and gets as pumping with our adrenaline and you know all that good stuff. So when I think about fear, that's where I begin my earliest memories of what scared the living but Jesus out of me. Yeah, what, what was that? Well, for me, Oh boy, I had a lot of weird fears when I was a kid, and I think this contributes into why I'm such a weird adult. Yeah, yeah, yeah, you know what I mean. Like, I used to be afraid of looking up directly at the sky, okay, because I thought it would I would float away like a balloon and no one would ever see me again. Wow, yeah, that's a weird thing. Like I remember being at like the bank with my mom and she'd be going inside. I look up and go who I get a hold on to a tree, I've got to grab something, the curb, anything, so I don't fly away forever. Man, God bless gravity. Yeah, I needed it. Yes, thank you gravity, which is now actually kind of a curse for me. Yeah, look, yeah, everything's kind of just, you know, hanging down, if you know what I mean. What then, as far as TV and stuff, there was one okay, there was this one show in particular, and I don't know where it was aired or where I originally saw it, but it stuck with me my entire life and freaked me the hell out. Have you ever heard of Chico the rainmaker? MMM, no, I can't say that I have. Really. This is a show about a shrunken head in a box. Yeah, yeah, seriously, that hangs out with two British kids. It's a British show and and they have adventures in the name of Chico, because Chico's just a head. He's stuck there in a cave right, whatever. I think it one. One point he turns into a dove. But Dude, even the theme song is enough to elicit fear in any child's heart. Rain made, a Gage Tek good, Lan, Makape good rain maker, Chico Baca, back on the make the rain. Wow, man, I don't know how I missed this one with this was on regular like was this a kids show there? Yeah, I guess I did all research on it, because the image always haunted me and stuck with me, but I forgot the name. I just remembered the shrunken head doing his little thing or playing the pan flew to or whatever the hell. And then, I want to say was maybe like two years ago. It freaked me out in like a dream and I woke up the next day I'm like googling, I'm going crazy. I'm like shrunken head in a box. I'm coming up with all this weird stuff, and then I think I put it out on twitter or something. Yeah, someone actually responded to me and I was like that's it. That is the fucking image that has been freaking me out my entire existence and it's on Youtube. You weren't alone. Apparently something else. Yeah, well, that of Chord. It struck a chord. I don't know how scared of it they were, but listen, I posted it on twitter afterwards. I'm like, okay, now you are all scarred as well. You're welcome. Yeah, see, I was kind of being on vacation whatnot. I kind of missed out on some of the twitter. I was trying to take a vacation from social media as well. Here you. Yeah, I know, man, but I would have been interested. I'll have to go look at that, because I do. That doesn't ring any bells with me. I feel like that would have been something that I may have been interested in as a kid. I personally was was drawn to creepy stuff and I don't know as it as a kid. My I had an older brother, four years older than me, and we always loved horror movies. It's it was something in that childlike mentality where you're like, I'm getting away with seeing something that I'm not supposed to. I've spoken on, yeah, another podcast, about how my stepson is. We end up watching horror movies. He's getting to that age where he's interested and I love it. But yeah, I missed out on this. Chico the shrunken head in a box, or whatever it's called, and Acre, Chico the rainmaker, Chico the rain I think it also goes by the name the boy with two heads, which I don't know, I don't really understand, but it uh continue, please. Yeah, no, no, I was I was just saying as a yeah, I was loved that side of entertainment. I always loved, like horror movies, dark music, I said, as as I grew up. I've mentioned that I was kind of Gothy. I was it, you know, I like the like we're in black. I liked but they the movies I watched, Dude. I always watched, you, the weird, obscure s Har Movies, and I'm still a fan of them. And that brings me to this topic of of like how fear, despite being a quote, negative emotion, something on that negative side of emotions, it's a it's a pretty...

...big seller in society, man. There's a whole whole industry of, yeah, horror movies, and it even goes to the fear that's associated with like amusement parks and roller coasters rides like that. It people go skydiving, man peep. To keep it in this what we were scared of as kids and what I obviously wasn't skydiving, you know, as a little kid. But but my brother and I definitely were the types that would find tall trees to jump off of a you know, our roots devils that were death defying or whatever we could, whatever we could do. We go to the ocean right after a storm, so the waves were potentially dangerous and fun and and I don't understand what that is, but I think it's the adrenaline is yeah, the adrenaline that comes out with fear is is akin to like a drug or some kind of pleasant experience to some people. Some people can't stand it's it's, you know, uncomfortable. I feel like I had a lack of fear where maybe it would have been smart for me to be scared as a kid. You know, my my parents were probably plagued by the fact that, you know, my brother and I where we're doing things that could have gotten us killed, you know, stupid tricks on our bikes. This is more of the physical side of fear. I mean we had a rational fears to you got as a kid. The world is a scary place man, you know, nightmares and fear the dark, things like that. It's it's you know, some of that magic has gone. You know, I've gotten older, I've I've stopped believing that there's such things as ghosts and monsters under the bed or in the closet. And and despite that being a quote, negative thing when you're a kid, I almost missed that sort of belief in in something magical. The world's a little more boring when you realize there's no monsters. To the same way, it's you know, there's no Santa Claus or Jesus man. You know, it's I just I feel like the world was a little more interesting when I when I thought there could have been ghosts, and and not just because maybe there's the the end of your life isn't technically the end. That's one aspect, obviously, but there was just something kind of cool about, oh, there's that house down the road that you know may or may not be haunted, and you know now it's just up that's a house that should be torn down, or it's a or the person that lives there as a nut job. It's like I feel like, yeah, there was something a little a little magical to that. This is the part of the program I'd like to recognize the partners of the show that supply us with some great products and cupon codes that we are now giving to you. First Up, we've got northland vaporcom oh, northland, one of my favorites because they're e liquids are dike tone and artificial sweetener free. Now, if you're a former smoker like me and you've switched over to vaping as an effective use of smoking cessation, you might notice some liquids taste a little funkier than others and you equit smoking in the first place to stop putting nasty chemicals into your body. Will Luckily, at Northland Vapor, they don't mess with any of that junk and provide smooth tasting e liquids for your enjoyment, along with all sorts of other vaping supplies. So make sure you check them out at Northland vaporcom. Plus, they have retail brick and mortal locations that you can locate easily via their website. Next up, Alpine hemp. The sabd revolution has arrived. Name an ailment, any ailment. Let's spend a wheel of ailments. If you have anything wrong with you, guess what? CEBD is there to help, and CBD has been proven to be an effective and natural way to deal with such things as stress, pain, sleeplessness, anxiety, weight loss, energy issues and a whole lot more. And now Alpine HAP ha as it all, full spectrum and more products and you can shake a stick at so don't wait. Make sure you check out Alpine hempcom now. At both of these sites, northland vaporcom and Alpine Hempcom, you can use cupon code, selling out nineteen, to save nineteen percent off your entire order. Sweet deal. And last but not least, we have spunk lube. Spunk is an award winning lubricant use by professionals in the adult film industry. But why let them have all the fun? You can now have spunk delivered discreetly to your home by visiting spunk Lubecom, so you and your partner can have a steamy night was spunk and thank me later. And I do accept personal checks. All right, everybody, make sure you check these companies out. They're awesome. I use their products personally. Can't enduse some enough.

But without further ado, let's get back to the show and we are back in the present time. That's right, in the future. They're here and now. So, toby, to close out our humble little Halloween special here, while we were listening to those clips, you made a good point to me. You said something that was very relevant and it got me thinking, which is a dangerous thing in itself. You know, thus far on this show we've been talking all the superficial stuff right the base X. we've been keeping it simple, because you got jalloween movies, you get you Halloween candy and your costumes in the like. But I mean there's really a whole another world out there underneath that soot and dirt when you swipe it away. So why do you tell us a little bit more about that? Well, you know, besides the movies, besides dressing up, besides decorating, there's other things, you know, comic books, there's, yes, it is scary books, Yep, or comic books and stuff, but video games. I'm every year because I have the secret levels podcast, which is a Retro Video Game Review Show. During Halloween we always play spooky kind of games. Now I say spooky, the game for one of the Games for this month was ghostbusters, but it's because it's got ghosts in it. Yeah, and then one of the Games is a game called master of darkness. It's because it has dracula in it. So we try to find, you know, monsters and stuff like that. Wide Appeal. It's not like just doing splatter house on turbographic sixteen right now. I do think. I think our first year we did play spladder house to for Sega. But say, Guy, thought was turbographics. It's as you're right, so dumb. No, no, you're right. It did come out on turbographic sixteen first. So, Oh, look at that, I'm brilliant, but the tables turning that not many people do know that. I'm awesome. But yeah, so we we also stick to you know, again, it's all retro game, Super Nintendo, Nintendo's Saga Genesis and all that. But yeah, Retro Video Games and horror, and they're not always that great. I can't recommence shows or the game, the the games like the shows. Great. Go check out my show, please. Yes. Well, you know what? What? Where can people find it? Let us know right now, because I'm about to plug my shit too. So let's plug away. Let's get tacky together. Well, you can go to bad secret Mediacom and you can find the secret levels podcasts and you can find my other old show, secret transmission, where it's just a lot of spooky dookey stuff. HMM, spooky, dookey, spook. Yeah, and I want to let people know if you ever want to get in touch with the selling out show, it is easy, super easy. Spooky dookey. I have to use that. I know I didn't use that properly there, but I'm going to use it again in the future. Instagram at selling out show, facebook, at selling out show one, because we are number one, phone fingers for everybody, or selling out show at GMAILCOM is another way to find us. On twitter at selling out show. Yeah, so your socials just look for at selling out show on, you know whatever. So I hate doing that. I don't know why I always feel like such a fraud, you know what I mean, like a sell out. Yeah, yeah, Hey, hey, no, I mean yeah, now to Sha. It's just one of those things where it's like hey, you know, we do this show, we just put it out there. We kind of like, I don't know, some people are shameless with their promotion and I get it, you know, I understand it. You want to be heard, I know, but I'm like organic Bro. I'm all about my hackey sack in my fucking Patruli. I just want my audience to grow from the Earth Man, from the soil, you know. Yeah, like someone listen to it and they said of their buddy, hey, listen this fucking this fucking funny Duddy, this idiot over here. I kind of like wasting an hour my day checking this dude out. Smooth tones, bleach burned, smooth voice, you know. So, anyway, I do want to thank each and every one of you for taking the time to listen to our humble little program today. Now, I don't know if you got your full Halloween value or experience out of it, but hey, maybe, just maybe, unlike toby's film recommendations, it put you in the mood immediately to go do something Halloween. Ask like go toilet paper a house, go egg somebody you know, grab some aquinet and a lighter. Let's some fucking fireballs fly. Dude. That was real man. I did that one year...

...because my mom wouldn't let me go out trick or treating, so I sat in my bedroom like fuck, there's Fuck U stoles Pyro. Yeah, I was letting fireballs in a close space in my room. Wasn't even big. It was like a small room. So that's how you like. You know, you fucking show you're angry. She didn't even cares. She's like two rooms away watching TV. I mean, they're lighting fireballs. I could have killed everybody in the apartment complex. Funny, I'm saying, though, you know, I mean seriously, like, what the fuck is this is terrifying. There's a psycho kid. Yeah, fourteen year old, thirteen, fourteen year old. They're fucking lighting off fireballs. Angry his mom, angsty little kids. Yeah, who can do what I wounded do Fu yeah, fireball friball. Yeah, fuck, give me the hair spray right now, but that should I don't even know if they sell, like they know that. They ever fixed that, or is that still like something you can do? No Glue, wow, I didn't listen. Guys, don't listen to me. All Right, stop whatever you're doing. Don't. Don't. If you're like under the age of eighteen, please do not do anything I ever say on this show or talk about. please. This is like official, like it'll hold up in court harder than Peter Sittara's voice, like, seriously, don't, because I'm a fucking moron. But Oh, yeah, well, we're doing oh, we're ending the show. That's right. I always suck at this part too. It's like, Oh, one more thing before I go. Oops, but virtual hugs for all of you, virtual pumpkins bags filled with like legit candy. I hope you all get butter fingers, because those are the best. Full bars, full, well, now, listen. You know, full bars is a big ask. I know, I mean, I didn't say king sighs or whatever the giant sized ones are called now, but I mean, how much is a fucking butterfinger nowadays? Like a dollar twenty is somethingir dollar fifty. I'm happy with the little ones. Just give me like ten of them and I'll fucking eat them all at once. selectual Labor on my end is fucking unwrapping the damn things, you know. Yeah, but yeah, please do that. Don't fucking give out dumb dumbs, it you got from the dollar store, or candy corn, any of that Shit. Don't do that to people. Yeah, no, candy corn. All right, but now I'm really getting the fuck out of here. So, toby, thank you for being on. Nate is still internacy. You like how I said that I just insulted everybody in a state. So well, yeah, I don't do anything dangerous and don't fucking hate me. Tennessee, but he should be back soon. So happy Halloween to all of you. Toby, you're the bomb digity and this has been the selling out show.

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