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Episode · 1 year ago

Hobbies and Hell

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Oh yeah, baby! The Selling out boys are back to ballyhoo about bizarre condiments, feeling sorry for sand, staying away from the sea, spoiled kids in the summertime, the dilly on dog shows, stupid pet tricks, falling in love with soapmaking, tales of a true crime heckler, and *whew*, if that wasn't enough, Nate's Notes GOES TO HELL...seriously....kinda....maybe?

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When it does is breaches into a brain chemically and no cat your happiest memory chemically and then blocks on to 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 you screw up life at our leisure for your listening pleasure. I am one of your host David Chilson, over here by my side my partner in crime, rock and a tank top because it is hot as hell. He double hockey sticks, which you may actually talk more about later. The actual place not the the weather, but it's Nake, Worzinski, nate, how are you? I'm good, man. I'm in my glory. The the summer is here. It's not a lot of a lot of people hate it, but I live for this shit. Who are these people that hate it? Oh, man, Joey, my steps on, for example, eat. He's rather. He would rather be winter all year. He loves the cold in the snow, and that is some fucked up shit. I mean, kid need to no more teachers, no more books. You know you're outside, you run around as kids dream is summertime, summer vacation. Man, I agree, but I feel like a lot of this generation don't do as much running around outside. If, if I'm going to go by Joey likes to play video games and sit as IPAD and he can do that in the AC. So now, this is true. Yeah, you should live in Arizona and that's where he should live. He being I a see heaven, you know, Dude. I know. And but another just quickly, while we're discussing how I'm doing, sure I need to mention this. I've I've been, I've been eating hot dogs with curry paste on them instead of ketchup or mustard or anything. Okay, your fancy. Yeah, so, no, it's not fancy, it's just it's changed my life. I know. I was so tired of hot dogs, tired of ketchup and mustard, and I've been doing relish for a while. That's kind of I don't know, but, dude, curry curry paste, Indian curry paste specifically, not a Nuttie, but just so you know, sold is like the world upside down. The kid hates summer. You cannot rock with the hot dog standards anymore now. Did you find this online, or is this of your own creation? Necessity is the mother of invention. I had nothing and and the things I had to put on. I was so tired of that I just said, you know, let's let's just throw whatever at it hope it sticks. Imagine if you had only marshmallow fluff in your cupboard. I need a top and for my wainer. What am I going to use? Marshmallow fluff? You could start your own only fans channel was something like that. I'm sure I mentioned, I believe, on another episode we were talking about jail and prison, how in there people will combine a lot of weird foods. I yeah, had a roommate who would make like a peanut butter and mayonnaise sandwich. Yeah, we use like peanut butter and squeeze cheese, things like that, and you'd be surprised. Some of them aren't as bad as you would think. But but when you're out on the street, when you have more options, who would do that? You know, it's just you make do when you're in the course. Yes, even though I got to speak for all the listeners out there, I think when you just brought up prison, yeah, talking about sticking the wiener in the fluff, we were thinking something else and creative recipes in so wan. Yeah, see, you know what I mean. People, people eat a whole other kind of hot dog in there. You got that right? Yes, indeedy. So, okay, that's great. Curry paste on hot dogs. Yeah, I'm about to go on my summer vacation. All Right, I'm going away for a week to the beach. That's cool, awesome, beach bought. I got. Yep, get some sun on it. Can wait to yeah, just oil up my saggy meat, yes, and just late out there on the particles of sand which will hit crevices. They should never see. They survived millions of years. The elements. Everything else is get stuck in my crack. Oh the indignity of sand. I don't know, it sounds good to me still. Like I said, that sounds sounds great. I love the beach man. Yeah, you know, I mean, I'm it's one of those things. We're new. England is, or at least I used to be, so being close to the ocean is like a birthright. So going to the ocean to me is like, well, okay, whatever. Yeah, I take it for family loves it. Yeah, it's not something I need anymore, you know right, if...

...that makes any sense. I mean I like I like the ocean just fine. I don't like swimming in the ocean. Yeah, salty and crippled up here. Up here it's cold down that. You know, even in the summer it can be pretty cold up in New England the beach. But I know down there in Texas or where in Myrtle beach where I go every year, that MMM, that ocean water is pretty nice. I can just walk right in, which I'm not used to. We go up to like New Hampshire, to Hampton Beach. Up here represent everyone. New England is represent but but my feet, your feet actually ache, like your ankles will get sore as you walk in. It's it's you get so cold. It's it's a weird phenomenon. It's this kind of aching in your bones from, yeah, cold, it's it's not even a temperature. This just this weird shit in there. I don't like going into any anything. I mean imagine it's like that show. Was that show? I think Joe Rogan hosted it or something? Fear Face? Yeah, fear factor is to me. The ocean is just the fear factor. I remember last year we were on vacation. My kid wanted to go in the water. We went in. I'm like up to my knee caps, like woo, Woo. Okay, we having fun waves of slapping, I guess, our balls. It hurts a really bad. But then I saw this fish swim by and it had all these embellishments and like rough old fins and I was like Nope, Nope, get the fuck out out of here. I don't know what that thing is. Probably poisonous, it's gonna bite me. Yeah, size of my fucking hand probably do no damage to me whatsoever. But still I was like no way, I don't know what's in here, I don't want any part of it. Forget about it. Rather, when we swimming Elsse Urin, yeah, well, you're in the fishes, you're in, we're in there that too, but I'd rather swimming human PP in the pool. Yeah, yeah, that's way better of an alternative for me. I'll tell you, man, I live on a lake and I love it like it's still at this time year. It's the beginning of June when we're recording this and I am still just kind of getting in the lake for the year. It's been pretty cold, but my point is I'm I'm in it. I love it and again Joey Joe's pretty good about swimming in it. But a lot of people, especially like people, keep saying this coming up generation. I'm totally the old man grumpy, get off the L and get out of my lake. No, get in the lake. The problem is they don't want to go in the lake there. They're like there might be things swimping around in it or whatever. You know, it's it's I understand you can see the dirtiness of a lake a little more even than an ocean. Like the ocean still looks kind of, I want to say, clean compared to a lake. You know it's yeah, sure, lakes are a little brown. You look at the water. It's but nate. And I explain something to you real quick here. Sure, this is what's going on right our generation, and I'm going to be the old fogy funny duddy right now to okay, when we were children it wasn't as commonplace for people to have pools like it is now. I mean, if someone in your neighborhood had a pool, you're like Wola, wow, this fucking ritchie rich over here, fucking scrooge mcduck with that pool. So you know, we would just go to the old water and hole and jump in. WHO This is the only water we got and we're going to stay cool and, you know, go down to the public beach or whatever. Right, same thing with we were talking about the the AC. When I was a kid, we had one a see in my house and my mother had to hang a fucking quilt to keep the cold and the living room, yeah, the point where we'd slip. We all sleep in there and everything else because we just didn't have a seat throughout the entire house. Right. So now, I mean, come on, we got it all many is. This is it. We've hit the pinnacle of there are existence where everything's affordable and cheap to a point. You know. I mean not saying everybody has pools now, but I mean as far as staying cool, staying entertained, sure, things are that nature. So you know, that's why they look at the lake and they go as dirty. That's truem set. I'm good. You know what I mean. We don't need none of this shit. Yeah, well, use just I get it. You furthered my point. They're spoiled. These youngsters are fucking spoil well, I'm spoiled too. Yeah, I sure I am. My birthday's coming up, right, it's going to be this week, right, and confession time, everybody, welcome to the booth. I am going to be forty three years old. Now I have a nine year old, so he's eight, he's going to be nine, and there are many activities that he wants to partake in that I have simply outgrown. And these are some of the same things that we're talking about now, like camping. Right, he wants to go camping and I said, well, what the fuck, I can go rent a hotel room, I can go rent a cabin. I don't want to go set up a tent to sleep on some rocks. I did that. I've done that, I paid my dues. It's over. It's not fun for me anymore. Yeah, jumping in the ocean, going to a...

...lake, I'm like, I can go to a fucking yet again, a nice little resort, and they have a lovely pool and they serve me drinks. Right, I'm swimming, they come to me with my tie or fruity cocktail. Sure, man. So why should they have to rough it? Yeah, you know, yeah, you look, I pay money so I don't have to sleep on the ground somewhere. That's the reason why do not live in a yurt. Okay, there is a reason for this, and you know, it was all fun when I was a kid. I had good memories and everything, but now I think his memories that are going to be just as fine as is mine were without, you know, worrying it. There's a fucking snake slithering under you while you're catching some Z's, or a bear might eat you while you're pooping in a hole behind it a mighty oak. Right. It's funny you mentioned Camping Day because, yeah, we are planning a trip down to Tennessee in the fall. While we've already planned it, it's already happening, and it's to this dog show. I'll get into that probably a little later, but this the we have a Doberman and we've been showing her and we are now going to the national competitions, you know, which sounds like a big deal, like we WHOA, you guys made it the national as anybody can say them this. It's not okay, all right, yeah, I was thinking like nose turned up, good day, sir. No, I mean, well, it is a little snooty. I suppose. Dog shows any of these shows. But I just mean it's not like we achieved getting to national status, like you know, we made it through regionals and this and that. It's just it's the National Doberman Club. So anyone can go down there and show at this event. It's like, okay, where you could find your membership card in the Krackajackbox, right? Yeah, sure, man, okay, yeah, you don't even need to buy cracker jacks. Just go online not sign up. Even better, it's cheaper than Greg Dick box. I don't know, I don't know if that's true, because actually that's not true. The money at costs to do a lot of this is, it's I don't know, it's considerable, I'll say that. But yeah, my point of all this is we're going down there and we're staying for about a week, a little more than a week, you would think, you know, stayed a nice hotel in Tennessee, especially hot Tennessee. It's, you know, warmer than is in New England. But no, we're camping and we're not tent camping. I'm not going to go that far. But we carly wanted to just go in our pop up trailer thing, a pop up camper and I was like mmm, you know what, I'd rather stay. They have the option of staying like a little cabin. So or actually going to stay in a cabin, but it's still still pretty rough. I don't know. I I think they have like a fridge in there, which is not exactly, you know, roughing it. It's glamping a little bit, but but anyway, it's camping for a week. I'm like, why don't we just stay in a Damn Hotel? Yeah, like it's when you say cabin too, is a tough thing to gage. Yeah, it's one of those things like yeah, is it Nice? Like I'm thinking like maybe a ski resort cabin or something, or isn't like freaking Jason Voorhe's? It's closer to that. Okay, yeah, when you that, that kind of entered my mind the moment you said, well, it's good a fridge. Yeah, it's like I think it's like a mini fridge. I don't. I don't know. If they come with a MYC graves, that would be going pretty far. I don't think we're that lucky. But but there's nothing keeping us from bringing one. I think there's power. Is My point. Okay, so was this a Doberman's request to stay in these accommodations? Was this the dog's idea or yes, she's spoiled to that's she's the new generation. She can't stand to that. She you know, she has to go without ac she's so yeah, well, I mean you did mention these competitions can be a little bit expensive. There this a little cost cutting there by going out roughing it, I suppose, because that is true. If this is a national competition, I'm sure that area will be swarmed with fellow dog enthusiasts, that's right, waiting to see their pet pooches perform their best. Right. It's just like best in show, the movie by Christopher guest anyone's familiar. But like that movie, is not exaggerating too much. It's funny, but it's I don't know, truth is not that far off from fiction in this case. But yeah, but the you're right about it being cheaper, man. The cabins are like a fraction of what it would be to gainst Ay in a hotel, and it would have been even cheaper if we just brought the camper to see, you know, it's and go to the motel. Six Man, you know what I mean or something. Just, whatever you do, do not invest in a black light. It's you know, because that it all sucker haven. Yeah, man, but it also has to do with what places will accept dogs. And you would think that a dog would be a for a dog show, that a lot of these places would be like well, sure, come on in, you know, bring your dogs, but a lot of those hotels don't allow it. So the combination of all of these factors made it so, you know, we're staying in a fucking cabin a week. But see, this goes to show you you could be a fucking lot lizard rent a room with a one hand you get a jar freaking fluff and the...

...other hand full of hot dogs. I say, no problem. Now you're bound to make a mess right by the moment you get a dog. Oh No, they're gonna fucking piss everywhere, which is probably true. Anyway, that's probably true. Like when you say dog showed me, the first thing they came comes to my mind is shit, like, imagine all that dog shit everywhere. Oh my God. But these dogs are the Snooty, pampered dogs that are pretty good about it, like a lot of them are. If you walk your dog to take a shit, you pick it up when you are in. These people all kind of bide by that code. There's that unspoken Doberman Code. You know how it is. You. Yeah, and then my neighbors must have been banned from the National Dog Society a long time ago, because those freaking Cock Suckers, oh my God, it's this shaven pile. They're the worst. The words, dropping bombs left and right. And you know, the funny thing is, you yell at him, you go hey, curb your pet, motherfucker, and they look at you like you're the asshole. Yeah, well, what the fuck? You know? I dogs got a shit. I'm like, yeah, fucking get a grab a plastic bag, jerky. Yeah, fucking Wank to my car. I'm jumping over freaking the Jurassic Park Turds here that your dog is left behind rain. And that's what I mean pet owners sometimes, man. I know you do the right thing, sure, but some of them really peeve me off. Dude. I'll tell you one thing. We used to do horse shows, which we have a few horses and carly like to show them. Dude. It's so much nicer doing dog shows, though, because with the horse it's like you have to get a trailer for the thing and, you know, travel with this giant beast that could just break free when you open the door and cause of, you know, death and destruction. Plus you have to make sure it's all kind of wrapped up. You'd wrap up its legs with these kind of fleece wrappings and and all this stuff to to transport is. I didn't cut up its legs before the show and you gotta all just all of that. was just a lot to deal with every time I had a show, and that was expensive. Every other wrist gets its own trailer. Yes, bull, the main has gone insane, only in theaters. The horse. Yeah, I think I meant a different trailer, but I I know you did jerk, but I'm a big fat jerk face. That's what I do. The reason I brought up the horses is because it was a lot of shit at those shows like those. Yeah, it's just piles of horseshit everywhere. And Yeah, forres. Actually, they don't even have like muscle control that right, just flump. I don't I was my son A. I just blop, PLOP, I did. I think. I think they're purposely doing it. Three assholes myself. But yeah, yeah, but dude. The I will say about Callie is my doorman, and Callie is learning to use these methods of communication with us. We got her these buttons that you can stick them to the floor with this adhesive. Oh No, Yep, and you record a little message or whatever, and so you can record anything. You hit a little button and record and on the side and then when you touch the big top button, it's like playing a game show. You know. It's a good button. It says whatever you've recorded. So we slowly taught Callie to use she's got three of them. One of them says outside, so she she hits that one whenever she wants to take a shit in the yard really or go bark at whatever runs by. She's you know. But the point is it's handy. She can tell us when she wants to go out. Then she's got the pay attention to me button, which is definitely you know, she hits that one probably most because she anytime we do anything else. She's kind of spoiled and she telling you this generation. But but then the third one is I'm hungry and it's over by our food, and that one we kind of created a monster with that. You know, you, as you can imagine, it's just like you know, because we're, you know, we don't like to feed her too much, we want to starve her. You know, we're cruel dog owners, so she hits it often. And well, I didn't want to jump all over your story here, because I tend to do that and I apologize in advance and for the past. But there was a viral video, have you seen this, with woman had the buttons for a dog and they were swears, Oh man, and it's like Oh hey, dog, how you feeling? Is like you are an asshole. There's something like that, and of course you get a billion clicks, likes, you know, people are pounding that share button. Yeah, a lot lizard in the motel six and I'm like, okay, well, I don't believe it. I that was just whatever. You know. I mean like Gus staged, the dogs not really communicating via buttons. I mean, listen night, how simple is that really, and how are we not thought of that before? I mean in two thousand and twenty one, you would think we'd have some kind of...

...like neuro link to the dog wears, a headpiece, maybe like Doc Brown and fifty five, a big metal thing on his head, and they can talk to you that way or something, not like, Oh, I got this easy button from staples. Yeah, and it just clicks is when it's hungry. Yeah, you know. Yeah, well, it's Huh, it works. And I will say this because Joey made that same comment. It's like she's not she's not talking, though, she's just him. It's hitting this button and you do what it says. But if you think about it, that's what words are to we know if I say this word, you're going to understand that I mean this, and that's so I'm using it. So the buttons are very simple form of it, but it's still, even though she doesn't know what the word is that it says outside. She doesn't know what the word outside means in English, but she knows that when she hits that button she goes out the door, and now she does when I say the word outside. She'll look over at the door, run over the door like she she knows the words. She may not know English, but she knows have a lobby and yeah, but that's what words are anyway. That's what language is. It's a way to convey what we mean. So in a way it is. Yeah, she's not cocoa the gorilla doing sign language, but she's she's learning that how to communicate with us in a different way. So it's kind of cool. Is there a horny button? Not? Yeah, yet she's she's only horny like a couple times a year. She's in heat a couple times a year. So okay, yeah, she shows us in other ways. If I had one of those, if fucking need have to replace in the batteries like every fifteen minutes, then you have a lot of parties to horny exactly. As a case, might as well buy something. Yeah, that requires batteries to fulfill my needs exactly. You know what I mean. Yeah, if you want to be using batteries anyway. Yeah, exactly right. I'll this freaking rig up some some I don't know, Tinfoil to the batteries directly to my nips. HMM, not say. I'm into that kind of thing. So don't don't it. You know, just assume that it's not wide just because I said it. Okay, she's not at all. Day. Are Right. Good, you're safe. Want to make sure, make sure this is clear. Yeah, were by the way, do you have the phone number to the burn ward because I might have some problems here with some finished hair around aerial. There's some crispy nips, some crisp naps. Oh yeah, no, I mean not me, a friend of mine, George, George Glass. That's right, he's got crispy nips. So Still Tennessee. I've been in Tennessee. Nice people, friendly people. So you'll have a good old dog show down there, I hope you. Doberman, when's all the awards, whatever they may be, the bronze, the silver, the gold, all of it, and she can bring home the prize of the the biggest button of all, the eat my ass. I'm a champion button. Yeah, she'll push that one add nauseum as well. They you know, and that's a interesting thing, is how activities, hobbies, things that people do to entertain themselves. Now you are someone that I'd never would have figured, despite being an animal lover, with immerse yourself into a competitive way of exhibiting your pets. But this is your girlfriend's passion, right, this is what she loves to do and hence, by Association, something that you've absorbed and I hope you also enjoy. I do, but it's kind of your right. It's kind of like my girlfriends of Vegetarian. So I guess I'm a vegetarian to you know, it's kind of like that. He isn't dog shows. I'm into dog sister. Yeah, I hate hot tugs, you're right. So, yeah, she's not ire she's not. I'm just saying. It's like that. It's an example. fucking are what our girlfriends are in many ways. Yes, just like they say, the the pet resembles the owner. Or is it the other way around? The owner resembles the pet? I don't know, but still, yes, your significant others imprint on you, right, so there you are now. You were talking about hobbies. Okay, yes, and I have recently picked up a new hobby, which is a something I I don't know, man, it's a weird thing because, much like your scenario, was something I never thought I'd be into, but lately I've taken up making natural and homemade soaps. So's soap, yes, well, makes you clean, yes, soap, and it's all because I tried some natural soaps and I got really into him. MMM. And you know it, as things tend to go, you start looking online and oh I could do this. Yeah, a little look at that. That's pretty fancy schmancy. Let me try that too, and then before you know it, you spend an arm and a leg, you fuck a bunch of shit up, but hey, you hooked. They got you, man right. And so I've been doing that. I'm going to do that later today. I'm going to be making some more soaps. And right now would be a good time to mention yeah, because I never do this ever, ever, ever, ever, I always forget that we on the selling out show have social media,...

...on Instagram, to twitter at selling out show and on facebook at selling out show one. So make sure you go follow those. But I also have an instagram account from us. So yeah, I do. So everybody out there go follow at Schultz soap, which is my last name, Shultz soap, and I had to spell that because everybody either spells it or pronounces it wrong. Yeah, but my God man, this is you know, here's the thing about the soap making deal, the whole the whole kicking gaboodle, the soap maker's world. Yeah, Clutch Song called this soap, soap make is a great song. Yeah, we are the soap makers. Will keep turning turning and everyone would each one and each one was all. But yeah, so go listen to that after you're done listening to our show. Here is that cooks right. Cooks get creative, they make things and it's wonderful, but usually not all the time. There are some healthy options. It overindulging. You can make it fat right soap. You can get creative and put designs and different sense and all kinds of things into him, and they're still way better than the stuff you buy mass market or these big brands that have like carcinogens and evil things in them. Yet they will never, I don't recommend eating them, make you gain weight. Instead, they will make your skin and feel soft and your beard, like in my case, feel deal lavish. It's some Nice Moss growing on my face now because, I mean using these natural soaps, I fucking smell good, I look good, probably fucking taste good, I don't know. I haven't licked myself in a get over here, in a fortnight. Yeah, so, yeah, so, you know, it's been one of those things where I've already experienced a collecting world right. I've been collecting comics since I was a little kid and it can't be expensive, but I've kind of toned it down a little bit. But and I've replaced it M with my new addiction and has been quite costly. But I will say this. I do plan on selling some of my soap, probably the end of June. Excellent. So everybody who loves me, likes me and just wants to, I don't know whois, get some of a nice shoulders. Okay, that to get some nice soap. And I was thinking like a rudy moment. Yeah, like you finally made something worth caring about. Yeah, I'm a rue whatever. So, yeah, check out at Schultz soap. And I know I don't want to take up more time on the podcast talking about so because if you're not interested in it, you gonna hate me and I don't want that. I want to be but we're interested in you, we're interesting you, we love you, we want to know what is going on in your life and yeah, if you got a product, man, I don't know, I trust you. Uh Huh. I trust you. This is this isn't a, how you say, contrived at all. I'm just, you know, as a cohost. I just mean as a friend. I know you, I know I can if you say it's good. So, because you're picky about things like that. Man. You know, yes, so off. You know, I think it's worth I think your word is worth something. So, and the June I'm definitely gonna have to order some from them. And I'm glad you just said that, because with all that confidence in me and my craftsmanship, the priceous sky rock into a hundred dollars a bar. Excellent. I'm miss. I got to be a shareholder before it gets out of this public yeah, exactly, I'm it's a I was going to say Ipoh, like it's a beer. You know, it's whatever they do in the ring, in the bill and Wall Street of a sell shares and shut soap. Can Buy a bit of my instagram account. But no, this is a lovely hobby and you meet some Nice people in some very interesting here's the thing too. Is it such a crowded space? Yeah, I always like it when people ask me about it to true crime podcasts from like this one popping up every minute. There's people making sea up here selling soap. There is a lot of competition. So don't don't think you're gonna be all, look at me, I made some soap. I'M gonna get fucking rich. Ha Ha, Dr Some Watch can kiss my grits, which they happen to be like the biggest brand, but of natural soaps. But no, it's just a nice relaxing thing to do. And I've always been a creative human being. I've drawn, I've we've been in bands together. Sure, so this is a pot action. Yes, wait, we do. Yeah, totally, molly, only this is news to me. But yeah, so let's trying to say. It's just more of that side of my postal, nolous hood writing man. It's another creative thing you do. It's another way for you to show your skills and at the same time, you know it's a there's that feeling of creating that always feels good whenever you create something. So I still play music, as you know. I show my I show my Dover Dog. Does that count? Is that like because he's a posy thing? It's not. What I'm doing. You can't do because you can't rub your music on your balls and make him sparkly. You can't just like use your dobrimant as a Loofah, maybe they could. Yeah, but my products you...

...can do all that. You can do whatever you want with it. Really it's yeah, so take that man, soap, Ladies and gentlemen. Yep, soap indeed. So nate. What else we have on the docket to talk about today? I remember I just broughtup try a true crime right. I came and pronounce true true, true crime podcast. Ladies and Gentlemen, on the night of November, fair of teen, Jessica, went missing. I'm not big into it. I know people love like dateline stuff like that, but you've been watching some some of this real gritty, real life stuff? I have, I mean I I have for a while. I mean to an extent, I feel like he can't get away from it. There's always forensic files and all those things have been around forever. But yeah, I've been getting more into true crime podcasts and watching a lot of interrogations of famous crimes, you know, famous criminals on online, like like murderers, for example, like you know, say you could watch the interrogation of Jeffrey dumb or somebody like that. You know, you can find a lot of these things online, which is interesting. But I've noticed that I have a different reaction than I think the intended reaction is for putting these things out I mean, I don't know if there is an intended reaction per se, but when I watch these videos, I don't know, it must just be my history of having dealt with police, like having a shady past. You know that, yeah, but when I watch these videos, I can't help but like looking at the cops as almost the adversary and like putting myself, yeah, in the place of the person be interrogated, because I've been interrogated and I know you know, it not just brings that big yeah, exactly, ploys everything they do is like, speaking of those documentaries and stuff I remember making a murderer was huge on Netflix, right. So many people were like, Oh, this guy's getting fucking bone by the policeman. They're lead him down a path because he's not very intelligent and they're forcing him to say things that are going to incriminate him that he shouldn't be saying. I think that's what you're trying to say here, right, these guys are up to no good. Well, there is that, I mean that's definitely a factor and there are shady things cops do and yes, that pisses me off more than anything and probably gets me on the defensive even watching those things and I' and I've been around them, I know that they lie to you and they're just basically in an interrogation. They always tell the person, look, if you talk to us, it makes it so much easier for you. It's going to make it so much easier in the long run, and it's like, no, it's going to make it easier for the COP. Like the person's arrested. They're not going anywhere, you know, like or or they're being questioned. It's like they're not going to help their cases. The best thing you can do in that position, for anyone, is to ask for a lawyer immediately. You don't have to answer any of their questions. You can just say I want a lawyer and they have to stop talking to you. They have to stop the interrogation, or that's sometimes they'll keep trying to get information out of you, but the point is they don't. You can't get in trouble for not answering and saying I want a lawyer person and in trouble for saying nothing right. And actually they can get in trouble for keeping question you are using things you've said after like if you ask for a lawyer and they don't give you one, that can they can get in trouble for that after you've asked. But my point is I watch these things and I end up just like thinking of Wow, if that guy had just said this as an answer to the cop instead of that, they they could have you know, and it's like they could have what, you know, they could still been out there killing people or they could still be like it's not a good thing. I understand that, but I can't help it. I watch these things that I'm always like if a COP slips up, I'm always like Ha, you know, it's fucked up, man. I. I know it sounds bad and I know that, but really, yeah, but you know, I can't help it and I've just I don't know, cops. I will say like I try not to be I'm not a try not to have prejudice in my life. I try to correct things. I'm not trying to be PC here, but I've never been racist. I don't you know, I'm not a a phobic, xenophobic, would our. I try not to hold beliefs that, you know, are too prejudicial like that. But cops is always there, always a group that have always been you Wut to this day I just when someone says a cop, like mentions a cop, I'm automatically like that fucker. I can't help it. It is what it is, man. I'm on the law abiding citizen eat to that now now, but I wasn't in the past. And I don't know, I don't know. Maybe it's a lot of anti hero role models growing up, because I had a prejudice against the cups before I even got in trouble with cops. Really, I don't know what it is, but you listening to Nwa? That was probably not but late. Can I just get some clarification on this,...

...please? Can I can? Let me ask you so hypothetically. Yeah, you're watching online or on TV and interrogation of like a Cannibal, right, some guy who's probably consumed human beings, has many matts in his basement for exactly yes, he's kidnapped, as salted, killed and eating these people, and so you're watching this. He's certain to say something and like the annoying woman at the movie theater who's like don't open that door, you're like don't, don't fucking say that. All all that's your ass was the cannibal that, yeah, exactly. That's your ass. There you go, you're going up the fucking ribbon. Now I'm on the fucking dummy. Yeah, you know, I mean that's you. Yeah, and you're watching this pretty much. I can't I can't defend it, I just can only observe it and talking about it. It's kind of I find it amusing, but at the same time I just can't help it. And if you had had your way or your input heard by this person, they would still be out there consuming may flesh as their hobby, right, because you know, they were an indodog shows. You're making soap. They just like to eat your liver, right. They may have been into ductions, making soap and eating liver, to be clear, but oh yeah, they yeah, multitasking. Yes, yeah, multifaceted, multifaceted murderers. Tonight on whatever crime show, criminal, criminals, because that's what I an expert at naming television program it's the middle. Criminals, criminals. Yeah, just fucking it's like girls gone wild or something. Criminals, criminals, criminals. We get it all. One thousand nine hundred and ninety five. You can see all these interrogations with nate budding in like mystery science theater three thousand. Yes, yeah, you just sitting and up. Shouldn't have said that. Oh No, I love it. I'd watch that. That guy just coughed up a finger on the fucking table. Oh No, that's your ways. Yeah, as your way. Yes, that's and as Cannibal man. But Yeah, Oh my God, are you bastard? You I move bastard, I will say. You know, I acknowledge that it's not the healthiest of behaviors, but it's just just I just thought it was funny and yeah, maybe somebody out there can relate, but I doubt it. It's who you is, man. You know that's what's going on, and kind of expand on that even further. Coming up next we're going to do a little nate's notes piece by you, because, after all, your name is nate and it's called Ny's note, so I guess it only makes sense. But first I'm going to talk kind about these awesome podcast partners that we have. But when we come back, nate, you're going to freaking spit it. Brother. This is the point of the program where I like to thank our partners. Yes, indeed, lemon squeeze, these are great products and companies, and you should be checking them out now. We make it even easier because we get some cup on codes. That's right, Hashtag deals, deals. It's like stealing nate, it really is. It's like running out of the store with Free Shit. Well, called the cops, call the POPO. First Up, we have Alpine hempcom. The sbed revolution has arrived. Now. You can be suffering from a wide range of elements, or maybe need some better sleep. Well, just some better techniques to relax. We'll guess what. Sea Bed is there to help, and Alpine hemp has great prices on these products. So don't wait. Visit Alpine hempcom. We also have northland vaporcom, vape juice. Baby. I love to vape. I am a former smoker, and I say former because vaping change my life. It made me feel better, healthier, and Northern Vapor help me get there. All of their eloquids are dike tone and artificial sweetener free. You may be asking yourself, Dave, why the Hell is that important? Because guess what? Big Tobacco Wain't telling you what's in their products, but northland they care. Now both these sites, you can visit them and use cupon code selling out nineteen to save nineteen percent off your entire order. Hence what I was saying earlier about running out of the store with that big old discount. Now, last but not least, we have spunk lube. Oh Nate, smunk loom. We talked about it every episode, but what else is there to say? HMM, you can't go for the ride if you can't get inside. I think we came up with the new catch fas for them. And do you go put that on a t shirt, baby, put that on a shirt. They should do that immediately and send you a royalty check. But yeah, spunk lube is used by professionals in the adult film industry and now you can have it delivered discreetly to your home. Check them out at spunk lubecom today and you can thank me later. Now, what do you say? We hop into some needs notes. I was listening to a song by the Band Ghost one day...

...and my girlfriend carly had an observation. She mentioned that she likes their music but wishes the subject matter wasn't all about Satan and anti Christian messaging. It's not that it offended her, she and I are both atheists. She couldn't care less if a band insults Christianity. In fact, carly pointed out, it's the fact that she's not keen on Christianity that makes her less thrilled about ghosts kitchy Retro Satanic Motif if religion is silly and listening to Christian Rock is lame, then why is singing about the devil, a Christian character, still cool? Now you can say that the devil is more than just a Christian character. Most religions have some Supreme Evil Bad guy, Lord of the underworld or whatever, but the devil, as typically referenced in Modern Music, is certainly the Anti Christ. Just look at the upside down crosses and pentagrams proudly adorning any selfrespecting black metal band and album covers. There aren't a ton of bands singing about Pluto or hades. I'm sure they exist, but they're kind of the exception. So yeah, why do I find this one aspect of Christianity less, I don't know, embarrassing than the rest? Well, I suppose it's a combination of things. Firstly, that kind of imagery is just esthetically cool to some of us. If you're the type who already wears a lot of black who enjoys horror movies and the like. You're halfway. They're already. Flames and demons and pitchforks or whatever are compelling creepy visuals to a certain kind of person. To be honest, when I got into the whole Scandinavian black metal scene, it was the creepy videos and band photos that first drew me in. Again, I don't feel compelled to start worshiping Satan, whatever that actually looks like. I think that's just as silly as going to Bible study. Both seem like equal wastes of time and energy, but damn it, when I first discovered black metal bands like emperor and Gor Garath, there was a visceral reaction. Something in me got a little excited. It's still somehow felt naughty, even though I don't subscribe to the belief system. Another potentially appealing factor associated with Satanism and music is the classic trope of the rebel. The name Satan originally just meant the adversary. It kind of represents that angsty urge to buck the system, to challenge norms and conventions. As a teenager, I remember shoplifting a copy of the devil's notebook by Anton Lavey, founder of the Church of Satan. It was kind of a collection of essays meant to further some points he touched upon in his previous work, the Satanic Bible. I couldn't find the Satanic Bible at this particular Boston book store or I probably would have grabbed that. But as it turns out, the Devil's notebook was a pretty quick and easy read, as opposed to it's much worthier predecessor, which I have since read, especially to a kid in his early teens who wears a lot of black. In fact, I recently thumbed through that old stolen book and I could barely get through even the first page. It sounds like an angry teenager wrote it. LEVAI's Satanism is more of a philosophy than a religion. It's kind of Libertarian, actually, all about self reliance and individuality, but it comes across as petty in retrospect. It preaches revenge over forgiveness and it uses the concept of Satan as more of a shock tactic than anything. The LEVAY's Church of Satan has almost nothing to do with Christianity other than specifically rebelling against it as an institution. It all seems a bit childish and Campy in retrospect. As a young person in the mid S, however, it seems much more profound. We were in the tail end of the satanic panic, when bands were accused of backmasking subliminal messages on their records. Judas priest and Ozzy Osborne had been taken a court over these...

...ridiculous accusations that if you played their records backwards on a turntable you could almost make out a sentence that sounded somehow sinister, all warped and distorted. Of course those court cases fell apart, but there were other crazy cases like the West Memphis three in Arkansas. We're basically three kids got pinned with murder charges because they were black band t shirts and had long hair. I mean that's a slight oversimplification, but check out the paradise lost documentary films for a frustrating, deeper look into that debacle. Anyway, my point is that at the time you could barely watch the news without some mention of suspected satanic ritual abuse or evidence of occult activity, which often added up to a couple pentagrams in a six sixty six spray painted on a rock in the woods. It was a time when that sort of thing struck a nerve in society and while it took some years before I realized completely that I didn't believe in God, the appearance of Levay's writings in the lyrics of industrial bands like my life with the Thrill Kill Cult, the Electric Hellfire club and even nine inch nails help me to start to at least question the hold that the churches had on everyone's sensibilities. And so while I ultimately realized that all of it God and the devil are almost childishly simplistic explanations for the chaos and beauty of earthly existence, I must say only one side of that coin urged me to think for myself, to actually look objectively at things and make my own mind up, the rebellious left hand path. So I have to at least sort of respect that. And while of course there are great messages and lessons to be had from Christianity proper, from any religion really, I just can't bring myself to listen to Christian music. I guess I just tend to listen to the devil on my shoulder more than the little angel. Get The gun, get the gun, shoot, shoot, shoot, shoot, shoot, shoot, Azzi, Ozzy, guys borne, is that devil? Yeah, man, you know you got a point there. You gotta. Well, you got more than just one. You get a whole bunch of them, two of which are growing out of your forehead right now. But no, I mean just like there's deep rooted psychological it's all embedded in you, right, how certain something is evil? Yeah, man, imagery and whatever. And then in essence, you know, it's really just anything that's that's wrong or should be wrong is satanic. That's a devil making you do his deeds. Right, right, well, that's the point of view. That's that seems to be the the pervasive scapegoat that at you know, Christian colls, I mean you're down in the south, you have a lot of religion around you, you know, you're in Texas, and I just I don't know, I I guess to me it seems like a lot of the world is kind of our country anyway, is kind of moving away from that. I also live in Massachusetts and I know how huge down South the Christian voting block is and and evangelic kid is them, or whatever you call it, in event the invalid yeah, the envelope, yeah, the end the envelope of good. No, I mean, I'll tell you one thing right now, something I think that needs to be done immediately, and I don't care what you believe in or what you worship or any of that stuff, but the separation of religion in politics to fucking go. Christianity in determining what laws are made and what rights you do and do not have has to fucking go. And we say separation of church and state, and that's the biggest bullshit, fucking lie that we keep telling ourselves. No, no, it's this whole right wing thing. Okay, is all we've got to we gotta keep our faith in God. God bless America. God do this, God do that. Yeah, God's only service to you is when you think you're doing the right thing to benefit yourself and then you fucking throw God behind it to make other people rationalize it and agree with you. Sure you know what I mean. It's just utter fucking nonsense. So I think that, yeah, that this fucking I'm getting hot. Can you tell I'm getting I'm saying this because we're burning, we're burning our burning yeah, thing towards you. By God, right now we're we're...

...burning up baby. But no, seriously, like, no, it's just it's one of those things where in I don't know, man, like you said, I'm in the south, and yeah, it's just so many churches. It is insane. And, yeah, I see the other side of the coin. Thing is, I don't believe in and I'm really linking politics with religion here, obviously, because pretty where I live nowadays. Yeah, and yeah, it's just too much for for a sensible human being to handle. Yeah, Dude, I was saying one day that if you're a politician and you are legislating because of you're considering like the opinion of God, or you know what I mean, like you're trying to avoid God's wrath or some of the like. I've heard that kind of rhetoric on the on the right. You're doing your job wrong, basically, like, if that's how you're legislating, that's not what it's supposed to be. Man, even the term in God we trust being like our national motto or whatever that's. That's that seems to go against that, because I know it doesn't specifically say, you know, in Jesus we trust. So that's kind of like their defense. They're like, well, it's not Christianity, it's in God, but it's like, but not everyone is relig like I said, I'm an atheist, like there's a lot of people that don't trust in God. So and we are citizens to so if you can't, I don't want to. My motto to be in God we trust, like that's it doesn't represent all of us, and you can't you just pick one, something about freedom or something as an as one motto, you know what I mean? Like it has that involved God. What does that have to do with our country? One of the issues is it has nothing to do with God whatsoever. It has to do with the people that key keep pushing it are the most corrupt fucking sons of bitches on the face of the earth. Oh that's more, the nuttiest, luneiest fucking people ever. But yet again, it's a shield. Yeah, it's a defense. It's like well, okay, yeah, I just fucking pocketed fucking three million dollars in my campaign coffer from fiser or. I took money from this lobbyists and that lobbyists, and they're fucking making me make these laws. I have no control over them. I'm in their pocket. But you know what, I am down with God, you see, because down here this is what God would won't this is this is only the pure rat thing to do, and you like you are. The crazy thing is people believe it. And, like I said, it's just you just name God's sort, spouting off about God and reason. Oh, this guy, this guy, he's all right. It's like the whole trump thing, and we brought it up on this very show before when they asked him to site his favorite verse from the Bible and He fucking couldn't fucking get out of his own way. Someone over his own two feet, going O, no, it's private, that's private and, yeah, whole personal you like. No, you just don't know it. You don't know the book, but you liked holding up the book for photo ops. You like doing this and that because you know what appeals to a certain amount of people and they will think, the moment that they see that photo of you, yeah, that you are aligned with their same belief system exactly. This is a terrible fucking pig man. And too, it's a humble yeah, yeah, and yeah, I don't know. I don't know. I it's your piece. You can talk for them, know, because I'm not the person. I don't like to label myself as anything. I just try to fucking live day by day here, right. But even if I see someone dressed up like death metal style and it're all fucking yet again, dressed in Blur Ark, I don't go all of that satanist piece of Shit. No, man, that's what's destroying the fabric of life of good working families, hard working people. No, I think I fucking Katie's going through a phase. I will say this. Most of the people that are claiming to be Satanists or you know whatever it is, they're not. Like nobody. If you believe in that sort of thing, you're not siding with the side of evil and shit like. Usually it's you're claiming to be a saying this, like I said, like a lave ay thing. It's a shock, you know, it's a it's a reaction to Christianity. You don't really believe. I'm I'm worshiping this devil, you know, Spirit thing, like for the most part, I will say, like in Modern Satanists, there are I think a lot of them are just trying to yank the chain of Christians. Why doing that? Like, I think if you ask them they're more akin to an atheist than an actual satanist. But I have, I almost included it in my piece, but I'll just briefly touch upon it. There are some that, of course, do do the more like, you know how you say, Esoteric occult sort of Satanists like that, that do take it seriously. And a lot of those scandinavian black metal bands, of course, we've touched pun on other episodes, like burned churches down and even some of them committed murders. And there was this one band called dissection and they kind of were a pre black metal and they kind of inspired the sound that became black metal, including the satanist imagery and all this. But the singer, he laughed at Levey satanism because he said that's just as like I just said basically. But he was...

...like, I believe in this real, you know grim. He read this grim wire, this book, that he belonged to a group called the MISANTHROPIC Luciferian Order, the Mlo, and they were, you know, real worshipers, they did rituals, all this sort of stuff in but he went to jail for a murder and in I guess, he was an accessory to murder, which I don't again, it's one of the things. I don't support him for that, because the person he killed, I don't think he killed him out of it might have been satanic in nature, the ritual killing of if it were, but he targeted like a gay man from Algeria, which is obviously just shit bag scumbag. You know. It's not like he murdered somebody in self defense or something. He he targeted, you know, a minority figure. So that he's a piece of shit. But the weird thing, the reason I bring him up, is because he ended up, after he got out of jail for that, he started the band back up and, you know, released whatever, another album or two, but then he killed himself in this weird sort of ritualistic fashion. And oh six he he was sitting in like a Pentagram with candles around him and had this book in front of him, but he left some kind of node or some writings. That said, you know, you don't commit suicide from sadness or depression. That's weak. Again, it's this week strong self Imagean sanism. But he's like you do it like death should be the the orgasm of life, like the climax, and so you do it at the peak of this and that. But it was all this like he killed himself and like committed some kind of a murder, as you know, a result kind of his beliefs. So I will say that something like that is more mental illness than like, you know, yeah, you're right. I agree with you, because if I was in the mall and I saw like some dude who looked straight up satanist, he's got like fucking goats on his shirt and whatever, and I just assume he's when he goes home he's like more goody, pizza rules right one place, a Nintendo switch, do my homework later. You know what I mean? It's like that show Silicon Valley. I don't know if you ever saw it, I love it. Yeah, okay, they had that character, I think a thing was Gilfoy. Yeah, and they went to a satanic baptism and when they're showing it it looks all fucking gruesome and shit like yeah, naked people and masks, but then once it's finished, it's like, okay, well, if you need to validate your parking can over here and then we're going to go for a nice little buffet across the street and have some chicken, and it's almost like you would see, or you'd assume would happen with a church group, a normal a bunch of blue haired grannies who like the fucking knit or whatever. So that's kind of like my assumption of what it really would be like. Not Yeah, I've killed, I'm going to cure myself. This is a pinnacle of my existence. Open the vortex, Orgos, right, you know. And, like I said, that's few and far between compared to probably just getting a rise out of society, which we all did, we all wanted to do. That's why I said earlier it's almost like a phase, you know, whatever it's like. When I was a kid, I dad my hair pink or something. It's like I want people to notice me, I want to be different, I want to be unique exactly. I'm not the fucking piece of the mold of everybody else. Would who working around nine and twenty five? Of course that's what you become. So right you can talk about the days you had pink hair and how cool and individual you were and how much it really didn't matter, but I digress. So, yeah, I don't know, man, I'm gonna keep saying that over and over again. For some reason, when it comes to this kind of stuff, I keep doing that, like and I remember what kind of hedging kind of like yeah, I don't know, not like, not like I don't have an opinion on it, it's just how I feel. Like maybe I over opinionate to the point where I think I'm rambling on this whole subject, because I'm one of those people now where I don't think anything's right or wrong, because I see the evil in things that are supposed to be good. I see the corruption in so many, you know, writing, simples and ideas and everything else that are sold to you, especially in your youth, that are going to be these pure and wonderful things that will help guide you in shape you into a good human being. It was all bullshit. So, yeah, you know, hey, but that's why the yeah, that's why I'm saying what I'm saying. It's about like the simplistic nature of those concepts of good and Evil God, and it's like it's we, I thought, had evolved to the point where we can kind of see that everything is shades of gray and, like you know, there's that's why I don't believe in in a objective set of moralities like good and evil. That person is just evil or this person is just good, and maybe that ties into my watching of those fucking interrogations that I mentioned earlier, but I don't know. I'm just saying I'm not saying that I support those people, those criminals that I watch. I'm just saying,...

...you know, there are some cases where it's like somebody commits some kind of a crime, but again, it's one day of their life. They did that are one period of their life. Like there are people that completely change while they're in prison. It's like you can't just write a person off, and that's why a lot of these these prison systems in other countries, they don't lock people up for the rest of their life. There's you commit murder, you might go away for fifteen years, but then you get out and the whole time you're in there they're trying to fix you, they're trying to make you better so when you come out again you're not they don't just write you off and pay for you to be holed up in this place all your life. And Yeah, and that seems weird to us as Americans, because our system is very for being such an advanced society, our prison system is very draconian and like old, like Old Testament, you know, like punishment and as in that it's not about correction, it's about punishment. And I don't know. I mean, yes, some people need to be locked away because they're not safe to be out, like people aren't safe with them out, but I understand that. But for the most part, you know, you can't just we have this habit of just writing people off as evil because they did something and again blame you on the devil or this or that, and I don't know, I just but to bring it back to my piece, I still think the imagery of a fucking Pentagram is kind of neat in like and I think it's kind of spooky. I think it is a creepy you know, and I what I want right now is you talking about what was his name? The singer who killed himself, the evil I didn't mention. Actually, his name is John Nod Divit. Okay, not in fight. I want the director's cut of this murder suicide in your narration over it, the Snyder cut, if you will and you can comment on what he should and shouldn't have done during this whole process. But sure, and now I also want to loop back to your piece real quick here, because I thought it was very interesting that you stole a book about Satanism. I mean that that's I mean that's I'm brand. Yeah, but then too, you wouldn't name the store that you stole it from. I could you said, Oh, I saw Boston. Or was it you say Boston or New England books, Austin? Okay, Boston. So I think most people know what place it was already. I didn't even know if they're still in business. Know that it was a little one who's kind of a little store. Wasn't like borders or one of those you know. It was like a I'll be honest, I think the statue of limitations is up. So I think I gave him it was like the Trinity Bookstore or something like that. But I thought you're going to say noubes, the newberry common hope. Nope, and this was like an actual book. It wasn't like, you know, newbery Cox has some books, but they're more like this was like in the philosophy section with books on Hinduism and you know all that. I was thinking reading all that show. Yeah, don't you don't disregard me. Yeah, you like when I was stealing books, man, I was fucking going top shelf. I didn't. Yeah, exactly. Hey, Jeez, Louise, holy macaroni. Yeah, well, good for you. Good for you, buddy, stealing the Antons of a book. I'm sure it happens. I wonder if we could find out like a statistic on the most stolen books? Yeah, I'm sure He. His name and is the author is probably up there. Probably, you know, like with the anarchist cookbook or something, or steal this book by Hofman. It wasn't abby. Often you could have been dealed this book. Yeah, yeah, it could have been. Yeah, yeah, I mean it was, you know, implied in the title. Why the Hell not? Yeah, you know, go for it. So, you know, it's intriguing stuff. I mean I think if you were to like go out in the street with a microphone and just kind of like pull people and how they feel about imagery in the devil and religion and every you're just going to get complete fucking pot Pourri of different answers. I think a lot of people to be like, Oh, I don't care. But yet again you're going to get the certain folks who are really hardcore on the Oh, if I saw someone dressed up like that like they were the fucking basis to slayer, they're evil. They should be fucking put away. They're going to commit a crime, like if they walked into basking Robins, I'm walking right the fuck out. You can keep you thirty one flavors, because you got fucking want of Satan soldiers walking in there. You know what I mean? Yeah, and then you get people like us, yeah, who just talked about it on the Internet. Right. So, yeah, all right. Well, wonderful peace. Thank you, Poer Uge. Thanks for per the huge but I think we got to hit the road because I am in month long beard trim, I like to call it. You know what that is? No, that's when you because you know I'm a beard guy. Hmm, I wish you went back to the beer. You always rocked a good beard. I don't want you get rid of it trying to be all clean cut and shit, but it's when you trim your beard. But then throughout like the course a month, every day you wake up or you you just took a shower and you see like that one rogue hare. Yes,...

...you go, snip, and then the next day there's a new one. You look, what the fuck I thought? I thought these were all even Stephen. What's going on here? Snip, it just keeps going. So I've been doing that like every day now for roughly thirty days. So come my vacation when I get those photos, M say, look at that, look at that, fucking that man, Maine, look at it right there. That things fucking round. I think symmetric. Spend a lot of time keeping that thing up. Yeah, I spend more time. And if I yeah, that's the thing I always say. You know, if I didn't shake, could I do? I shave my head so I got, you know, smooth as a baby's behind. HMM, and then I trim my beard. It's a lot more work than if I chose a different style. MMM. So for everybody who thinks some some kind of Lazy Schmuck, he's taking the easy way out, fuck you, you're wrong, you're NIOT. So there. But yeah, so enough about that. I always like to end the show with the bang. That was that was a complete banger right there. It was like I could to live the rest of my life without knowing that you're doing that every fucking day. Well, are you saying? You said we got to get going because I've been doing this beer trim. Is that me and you have to go do some more of it? Is that? I might. I might, because I'm going to walk by the Mirror right now and I'm sure as hell going to find he'll gonna find, you know that that rogue whisker Nice, you know, winding in the wrong direction. It's going to irritate me until I take care of it. So yes, so, nate, do you have anything you'd like to tell the people of the world who took the time out of their day to listen to our humble little program Nope, just stay away from the devil. Okay, I'm out of your life and keeping out of your kids life. Please, please think. I will save them, save them all all. You know what, before I go, that used reminding me of something I want to talk about real quick. So I hold on, people, I know you're about to hit stop. Don't do that. The other day my kids in virtual school and they had story time and it was a story about the security guarden a school during a shooting and I I was is about a lockdown and I was very disturbed by the these are the kind of stories we tell kids now because it has to educate them on what to do should that situation arise. Now that we're going post covid would probably going to see more of these tragic events happen, to the point where they've actually made story books about them for young kids. Wow. Yeah, all right, isn't that something? That is something. I meant her bring that up earlier too, but I don't know. You Know Me, my last minute. Yeah, well, ringing everyone down lasting yeah, that's sorry, people, and but the bang get it. Yeah, yeah, okay, dawn rickles. So, yeah, it's just I don't know, it's terrible. It's terrible stuff. So, yeah, I didn't know. And someone had to write it, someone made money off of it and some school had to adopt it and say this is what we want part of ours, part of our curriculum. That's grim. So well, I mean a little little red riding hoo was kind of grim too. Right. Yeah, no, definitely, I mean it's probably you know, it's relatable, unfortunately, I guess. I read there were ten mass shootings this past weekend when we were recording this, but in the country, which is crazy. But anyway, yeah, that's all. That's a whole other thing. The new campaign is mask off, blast off. That's with here now. I'm fucking done. Rickles, roast me. I'm roasting. But what I was trying to say before that fucking crept into my head is I want to give virtual hugs, legitimately seriously, to all the Segway Day yes, thank you. I'm a pro. I'm really good at this. I swear to all the people who've taken the time to listen to the show. I do thank you and I do love you and me. and they are told piece pacifist. That's hippy, dippy sons of bitches. Of course we joke, we just but in the end we only want the best. So I am Dave. That is nate, and this has been the selling out show.

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