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Episode 77 · 4 months ago

OUR FINAL SHOW...of February...2022, yeah

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We've come correct this episode with our limber language to talk about love, Pam & Tommy on HULU, weird sex shit, social media regurgitation, NFTs, Jackass, maturing music tastes and a whole lot more! 

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What it does is beaches into your brain chemically and locate your happiest memory chemically and didn't knocks on that emotion and releases it chemically, and then it keeps your happy, happy. Hello, hello, hello, and thank you for tuning in to the selling out show where we screw up life at our leisure for your listening pleasure. I am one of your host David Schultz, and by my side is my Cos Nikorzinski, and we get a great one plan for you. Today. We're we're going to talk a little bit about love, some regurgitation and Jack Assery, but, as I dis mentioned, I got this dude right over here. So, without further ado, nate, say hello to the fine folks that have tuned into our humble little program hi, everybody, I'm me. Yeah, you are. I am, but I just wanted to pre apologize for if my voice goes to rags while we're talking, because I've had this weird Laryngitis for the last week and it's not covid but it is just like a little head coldy thing where, I don't know, it's made talking really difficult. So just want to apologize in advance if I sound like de me more after a carton a cigarettes. Oh, how are you, Dave? I'm good. You're a trooper, though, and I've always had an issue with the pre apology. Shouldn't you wait until your voice actually does something annoying or, you know, causes some interference in our conversation before you say, oh, hey, everybody, sorry about that. Is that like? Is that like it's better to ask for forgiveness than permission? HMM, it's easier. Yes, and, as a matter of fact, when you initially texting me to inform me of your ailment, I asked if you sounded like the dude from the brother from Mrs doubtfire and are mean Harvey Fires Team High? Yeah, you came quick with that name. You like Harvey Fires Team Man. I'm like, yeah, Independence Day and the soap, the movie soap, which is a doesn't get brought up very often, but I enjoyed very much way back when. He meanste means soap dish. Soap dish, yes, I bet, dude. I'm so cool with it I don't even say dish. I don't need to say dish. I'm Oga no, yes, they so. Yeah, so, actually wasn't soap, the a Sitcom Yeah, I with Billy Christ crystal. See, I yeah, I got it, but it is yeah, I don't know, I'm still awesome, don't billy crystal was in my Greek and he was breaking down barriers back then, playing a gay character, openly gay character, on TV back in whatever that was s s and a long time ago indeedy and city slickers, for the record, was actually a very good film. I don't care what anybody says. I agree. City slickers was very funny, and funny enough. I had watched it recently and I was terrified, scared to my core, because I have reached an age older than what Mitch was, the character that Billy Crystal played in that movie when he was having his midlife crisis. Oh Man, the horrors of breathing. I think we mentioned last week. I was talking about how I think I might be in the middle of a midlife crisis. But you know, but neither of us are buying sports cars or whatever else you do. Yeah, having sex with your secretary, I was going to say just with young women. Yeah, well, we ain't cut that, that game anymore. But you know, yeah, it's interesting that you bring up having sex, because sex is often and should be associated with something that we like to call love. HMM, that's right, love. And we are in the month of February, the Feb which is of and associated with the holiday the capitalist, you know freaking hum dare known as Valentine's Day. Wow, dave, I wouldn't you say that February is associated with black history month. That's just oh yeah, he got it, Sol them, you got me. No, I mean yeah, black history month, and I know a lot of people's the shortest month of the year, and they are right. I mean, shouldn't all year long be everything that we celebrate? Really dedicated our whole essence into celebrating all...

...this stuff. But, you know, back to Valentine's Day real quick, and please, no more shouting any accusations at me, please. Okay, he'll cancel UN canceled day on canceled day. Thank you very much. Love is a beautiful and wonderful thing and it shouldn't be confined to the the fourteenth of February, which I'm glad I got out of my mouth properly. I really thought I was going to stumble on that. It's kind of like saying Wednesday Weirdness Day. Just a spelling kind of messes me up. But recently, Nathan, yes, I have been watching a show on the Hulu that is dedicated to, maybe, quite possibly, one of the greatest love stories of all time. So, for those who may not be getting my hands or are unaware of what I am talking about, it's a little show called all Pam and Tommy. Yes, the Glorious Union of Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee and the infamous sex tape. So those sons of Bitches Ad Hulu lured me. And Nate, have you had an opportunity to watch any of this show? Not yet, man, I know of it, of its existence, and I was very, you know, familiar with the subject matter. Actually, never saw the tape, but I remember of it. Yeah, I never. I never got into that. I for some reason, Pamela Anderson was never top of the pops for me. Yeah, I hear you. You know, she's a little too like that stereotypical, you know, oversize, like the American beauty is sort of like big BOOBS, blond hair. You know, I can see why people are attracted as that best, just not my style. Well, he's a funny thing. She's Canadian. Oh Shit, so American beauty, my sweet Bippie, Oh boy, North American beauty, nor there you go. She's a continental Cutie Pie. That's what she is. And well, you haven't seen it, so I'm not going to give any spoilers, but I do want to give a one sentence review to everyone, and that is there's some bad tattoos there, bubba. So really bad tattoos. Now, you would think if you'd makeing a biopic or biopic, how would you say that? I say a biopic. Really, I like biopic. I do too. I like the sound of it, but I natural laboratory. HMM. But Anyway, my point is, you know, you would try to get as accurate is humanly possible to the characters that you were studying and portraying in your film. Yeah, so they went out and, you know, made Sebastian stand is, the actor who plays Tommy Lee, and they put all these yes, Bucky, there you go, and they put all the tattoos. Yes, where else would bucky be from? Where would bucky be from? Nate, Huh, clarify. Yeah, gas station. It is in Texas. They bustlease. Okay, be but he's playing a beaver. Everybody but the tattoos they put on them. They look like like the kinds you would get out of a gumball machine. Oh Man, all they're glistening in the sun like they just like put it on with like a wet tissue. There's even one scene where they getting hot and heavy. They do a close up on his shoulder and you can see it fucking flaking off. Oh Man. Yeah, so I don't know what's going on with a budget on that program but I'm sure as hell do put it in for realistic looking fake tattoos. It's weird, man. Yeah, he that. That's a big, you know, part of the wardrobe. I guess. Playing Tommy Lee, you gotta either commit and get all those tattoos. Are you gotta get some convincing fake tattoos? Yes, they drop the ball on that one big time. Did they get PAM's boobs correct? Oh, yeah, I think so. I mean, yet again, I'm not really intimate with them, I don't I don't know them by memory, but they do have a nice, you know, the shape, bully shape. Yeah, the boys give out a float test, but I mean they seem they seem fairly accurate here. But the tattoos are complete nottter failure on every level. Someone should be fired. Damn. Okay. And then Sebastian stand when he plays Tommy Lee, he's got to be this fucking monstrous cocksucker, but he does it like way over the top, which I get because we don't know celebrities right. We're not familiar with them, but we think we know them very well for what we see in media, right. So I don't know if there was any meeting with Tommy Lee to try to get his you know, personality, takes down or things like that, but he really just where you whatever you would think. Tommy Lee is kind of a spastic wild man. With Sebastian Stam plays that she's up. Crank it up to eleven. Yeah, I mean that's that's kind of the Motley crew thing was being that outrageous. And I know they talked about how, being...

...a rock star back then, like Tommy, he was actually on Stevo's podcasts, which, you know, is interesting for this episode anyway. Will get to that later better. But Tommy Lee, yeah, it's talked about how he got away with murder back then. Lake, I don't know about literally, but he said it was the best time to be a rock star. Was the Motley Crewe sunset strips or two days that? Yeah, you could be an asshole and destroy everything around you and it was just kind of expected and you had people to clean up after you. So so I do understand if Sebastian Stan is playing. He's got a play a crazy, outrageous dude write. You know it's off the chain. So yeah, but I haven't seen it. I I recommend checking it out. It's not the best thing I've ever watched, but yet again, I was in the Mood for love and you know, it had a little romance going on with romance is a fine or not the best example rather to put for that whole thing. I don't know how accurate with story is either. They embellish things for TV, of course, even when you talking celebrities lives and everything else. So I don't know. They stay play it off like it's a whirlwind romance. Within a matter of days they're married. That could be true. I didn't bother to Google it after hmm, it might be. It might be. But did they have a did they have a kid? Rock show up in the movie? I kid that. Spoiler alert. I kild rock. What a kid rock show up in the movie and Oh, okay, like did he just pop up? He's like Hey, my name is kid and there's I got fuck this guy. Basically, they had kid like asque characters in there. I don't think it even is necessarily kid rocky, you know members of his on psomb. Well, I just meant because kid rock was with Pamela Anderson after the whole Tommy Lee thing and the imagine that, and they fought, you know it in public. There was like some MTV awards or something where there was the actually fought in the crowd. You should be watching this. You know more than I I do. I'm kind of have a sucker for that sort of TMZ bullshit. Yeah, I guess so. I would definitely not want to date her after Tommy Lee's been all up on that. You know what I mean? That's a hard thing to live up to. Feel a little, a little insecure about that. For those who don't realize, I'm talking about the size of his schlong. Oh Oh, okay, yeah, could ID you cleared that up? Imagine that. I mean you don't have that problem, but for normal, average people like me, you know, you can you satisfy a woman after they've taken a freaking monster like that into their lives. And I don't know'd you better have some tricks, you better know some Karma Sutra Shit to make up for that, you know. Yeah, men, well, you know, it's like, you know, that's like, that's like my brother living in veil, Colorado, working on that mountain, and then he's since tried to like spend one season in Vermont working on a mountain out there, working on Okemo, and he's gone, you know, and he's found that because he's started in veil, all the other places he's tried to work have or been to have kind of kind of spoiled them. Yeah, you know, for him, so, because he was a everything else seems insufficient after you've been yeah, you know, and maybe that's the same with Tummy so immy Lee's, you know, personality, Ding dog over her. Yeah, that thing. Well, I get the analogy. I think it was a weird one to make, you know, I know. Yeah, and make weird connection. Yeah, I was going to say going from, you know, someone having a big old fucking Ding Dong banging his old lady to your brothers experiences, swift it switching jobs on a mountain, you know. Yeah, I don't know, but it all the rarefast, it is right. And then let me ask you, since we are on this topic, if you were with a woman and she's a fantastic lover, I mean knockout great fucking you know, dreams are made love making, and then you break up and you get with another girl. You like her, but she's just not quite up to par in bed. Can you overlook that or you always going to be lingering and thinking about this this past you know, Hulah, okay, well, I think I think it's different for guys too. I mean, I don't want to double standard, it is kind of because, like it's you know, how do you define good in bad? You know, is it like there could there can be someone that's beautiful and esthetically to like pleasing to all of your specifications, you know, you like, wow, I find that attractive, and that at it like, and then it turns out that they just lay there are and kind of expect you to do all the work. And that's so. I don't know, but some people would still be like that was a satisfying experience because I was with a beautiful person. But then sometimes you fucking get surprised. You know what I'm saying. Sometimes people are just you know,...

...people surprise you. But as far as spoiling it for the next one, I guess I get sidetracked. I'm thinking of, you know, real life experiences with this may have happened to you. Thinking of political protests going on somewhere else, because that's I don't know what. How that? Wow, you are relating the weirdest things together today. I don't know what's going to with your brain. I don't know if I want to enter your mind to see how these connections are in fact made. This is very strange. We're talking about love making and you're like political protests. Wait, what? Yeah, I don't know. I just like my heads everywhere. So I've probably be really bad in bed right now because may yeah, it's I guess. So elsewhere. I think you know who. You kind of hit the nail on the head. Let me rescue you here. Okay, put down your picket sign for a second. You're right. With men it is different. Okay, then women, I would think, and I'm just, you know, thinking, guessing whatever here says. I am not a woman, so I can't truly speak for one h but I think we men, we can compensate and say, well, all right, so they're not is freaky deeky and I would like him to be. But maybe is kind of some alternatives we can look into, or the fact that she's good at something else, or maybe other parts of the relationship she's very, you know, careful with or consider it about or things like that. You know so well that it's different, though. That's love versus someone being satisfying in bad I thought you were just talking about Tommy Lee ruining it sexually for the hand, and he didn't. But if you're talking about you being in a great relationship, yea someone and then all the other relationships seem kind of lackluster. Yeah, that's a different thing. Well, Hey, I wasn't trying to completely deviate here and se okay, but here's you know, have said that we should have a tangent. Yeah, I know, but sex in love, okay, they go hand in hand. Are they different? You know what I mean. They can work in conjunction and they can also just be completely separate things. Right, you love, you goddamn dog. This meaning in a fucking you know, dude, at I don't even go there, but you get my point. You know what I mean. So, but I'm just saying, in the cases of not being a satisfying love are you can kind of like look for maybe even excuses or reasons why it's okay that that person isn't, and I'm going to say it again, freaky Dky. Because really, what do you think about a good lover? What? What is? What is it that would define a good lover? You had mentioned something esthetic, like Oh, they're just beautiful, and you know it is pleasing to be with someone that symmetric. But for me it'd be their willingness to just fucking let loose. You know, I mean sure that that's me, is a sign of a good lover, like, Oh, you want to try this? Yes, okay, yes, they I'm not going to tell you know. The answer is yes, less fucking dud, whatever the fuck you can think up. All right, let's go buck wild, have a good time. To me, that is the the fucking Bee's knees, baby. Sure, like that's both like confidence in bed and like adventurousness. You know, those things are definitely important. See, now we're getting to it. What are the Kay? What what defines? Yeah, good lover and again. This is just kind of staying in the bedroom right now, like what we're saying. So, but I think that, yeah, I mean it depends, like and as you get older you want different things too, and you get maybe Lazier, somebody fool maybe you get I don't know, it depends. It's easy to fall into a rut sexually with, especially someone in your own life. So it's like it's important to keep things adventurous and important to I feel like when you're in a long relationship, one of the good things is that you're both comfortable enough with each other where you can be like, you know, I'm not worried about what I look like right now, or I'm not, you know. So those things are very important and that's why, yeah, love is very important for sex and you can they're not mutually exclusive, like you said. It's like you can have sex and not give a shit about the person. But but yeah, when you're in a LEA STIPP it is pretty awesome and but it's easy to fall into a run. Is, you know, if you got to keep things entertaining and adventurous and you know, there's plenty of plenty of products and obture. This is yeah, sure, you can contact for those type of things, but you know they have therapists for that. Well, sure, you can go and but I that said, I don't know. I don't know if I could ever do that, though. I I feel so weird if I had to go to a therapist to try to express it to my wife that I want to like, I don't know, fucking go knuckle deep in her. But you know what I mean, like I think he'd be weird that. That's that's the that's the we need a mediation, we need something like that to have...

...that discussion. You know. Yeah, it's either yes or no as far as I'm concerned. If the answers no, then guess what. We live in this glorious age where I can fucking Google, knuckle deep in a buttle, watch whatever I want, fucking and, thanks to our fine partners at spunk loops bank, until the fucking until the fucking monkeys come home, you know what I mean. So, yeah, that's one of the products and services I was referring to. A right, yeah, exact, plenty of I promised we're going to talk about love, and here I'm talking about Pam and Tommy a TV show and now goes straight to sex. We're just fucking gut our brains. That's it. We really he's got her yet, dudes, we're dude racks, some beers, banging broad's, weird dudes. HMM, yeah, so, but you know, love, I don't know. I fucking hate Valentine's Day. Man, you too fucking hate that Shit. And the thing is like, when you've been with someone for a long time, you always like trying to call him out of like getting into the whole spirit of it, like Christmas. I get right, and I'm not even talking about the religious part of it. She's like, well, gifts once a year to celebrate this person you love is fantastic. The people in your life awesome. But then Valentine's is directly linked to what I started this whole rambling, rambling Hoop Dah all about, where it's like we should be doing this all year round. We shouldn't think, oh well, non this fucking day is the day that I say, you know, thank you for loving me, thank you so much, to the point where I'm going to buy over price chocolates, over fucking price flowers that will die in a week. Yeah, and you try to trick them to make them think that it's not significant having this foe holiday. I think it's like, you know, most of us should know that. You should let your significant other know you love them throughout the year, like you should. It shouldn't be. I think Valentine's Day is for Valentine's days like to remind the Dicks, you know, even remind it the jerks, like hey, you know, tell her you lover or him, you know, whatever it's like, doesn't matter. It's you should be expressing that shit all the time. Yep, but if you're not, make sure you do on this fucking day. And you know, and the smart ones of us know, that if you're going to go out for dinner, go out the day before, the day after. Yeah, because you can get a table. You know. Yeah, but it's cheaper, it's easier to book a reservation. Are you going to be doing that or you have any Valentine's Day plans? Well, I'm sure we'll go out to eat. We're kind of I don't know, we're kind of boring, but we you know, there are their gifts and things involved, but we're not like you know, we're kind of work. That we are kind of the mind that like exactly, like we're talking about holidays or kind it's kind of unnecessary, but of course we do something. You know, I don't want to go out because I don't know if she's going to listen to this before I'm gonna go into detail, but I'm just saying, you know, it's we are both kind of like, I don't know, we didn't put anything up for Christmas. I mentioned that on one of our episodes, like we don't we literally didn't have a single decoration up for Christmas. We're not, you know, we're like, you know, we just enjoy life. Yeah, days are cool, but you know, the holidays, but we're kind of every day's a fucking holiday, man. Yeah, Dude. Well, that's enough of that. Let's stop talking about this crap. You know, I I'm tired of it. I just love stuff. Whoop do you do? Whoop, it a Padapada. So I'd rather shift to a new gear. And it iss about something called the regurgitation who. Yeah, and you know, you may be asking yourself, Dave, what the fuck you talking about? Sex? Never Gurgitating, like, are you a fucking creepy ASSPERV? Well, yes, contumely. Yeah, it might, could be a cake, but no, this is all relating to something that I saw nate post on the TWITTA, which you know, you rarely do, very rare, very rarely, but you made a comment about Donald Trump had a coffee table book. I was I was moved by this story that came out. That our favorite president. Yeah, but keeping with his personality, intellect all that, when it comes time for him to put out a book, like I'm most presidents put out a memoir or something, you know, but's a picture book, it's a book of it's a book of photos, right, and he and he wrote snarky little captions on them where he's just, you know, calling people that is one of crazy Nancy about Nancy pollousy and whatever. And Okay, you know, I've I've really tried to not post...

...political things on social media. It's gotten me so worked up, like I I've gotten in fights with friends. Is I mean I'm not the type that D friends people for that shit on like facebook. I rarely use twitter at all, but but facebook I just stopped with all the political shit because, yeah, people comment back and want to argue and then you got something to say to them. And it's back and forth and nothing gets done and you both just start getting worked up. So I'm done with it and I and then I had to stop commenting on other people's Shit because they would post stupid shit and I can get into a fight that way, so I ended up stopping that. I've been good, I've been really good, sure, but for some reason, when I heard trump came out of the coffee table book of pictures and and then I found out it's like the pictures that were chosen are these public domain photos of the president, like they were the anyone can find those on the you could have compiled this book, and but trump did it and slapped his name on it and of course their pictures at him. I mean that's you know, but he took credit for it. He's charging seventy five a book and and fucking it's just one more thing that he's slapped his name on right and taking credit for it, like like all the buildings with his name on them or all, you know, whatever it is. It's like that's how he makes his money. His name is worth money. So he feels like, you know, that's that's his business, yes, being him, but it's not only on brand, for that orange bloated piece of shit is just like a thing that's socially acceptable now thanks to, in fact, the social media that we use, because everything is a former regurgitation. Nobody will ever get famous any more based on their original content or things that they produce or make or put passion into. Know You, if you share something, whether it's something based on nostalgia or an accomplishment somebody else did, that's how you going to get you likes in your retweets and your people commenting and you know, the blood boiling down below the belt so people engage with you. Do you know what I mean? That? That's and it's something that troubles me to know when, because I would think there'd be more reward or some kind of accolades for the person that could actually put something good out into the world and it got recognized and spread. But instead, no, we celebrate the fact that we can't come up with anything anyway. We just keep spreading, spreading memes and other people's ideas and and taking credit for them and getting into arguments about them and man, yeah, and that's certainly we just put up. Here we go. This is something that existed before right, and I'm showing it to you again, maybe for the first time, I guess, if you're you know, you younger or what have you, or maybe you're not in the know. And for the people that do know, maybe you'll enjoy seeing this because you're familiar with it. Sure. No, I mean yeah, it's fucking really disturbing and so I get it. I get why this guy would fucking do something. I guess in a you seventy five bucks, and you just mentioned Mombo the main it's not even personal photos that no one else had access to before. It's stuff you could fucking look up on the APE exactly. You know what I mean. It's just a fucking quick cash grab that you'd have to put any fucking work into. But that's the way it works now. When it's all okay, we all just say fine, it's the way it is. That's it, you know I meant. I mean trump, not to stay on trump, but trump is just a product of the Times. Like he he may be a, you know, big figurehead in it, but all the things he says are all the things they say on Fox News, like it's he's literally he's not like spearheading anything. He's just that's the you know, it's just regurgitating what reap all the things say on that exactly. So it's like in a way it's almost like we're being ruled by Rupert Murdock when he was president, you know, like the owner of Fox News. It's but anyway back away from trump. Yes, the regurigitation. It's like even people that make all their money on like there's people hold channels on Youtube of just movie reviews where it's like yeah, you, it's your content, and some of them make them clever and add things to them, but really it's you're making money off somebody else's movie, but your thoughts on it, right. You know, now it's not even the movie, it's a trailer, trailer, reaction. Well, yeah, reactions. Yeah, God, Holy Shit, Dude. You know, I see that NFT's are blown up and is fucking guys are...

...like, Hey, look at this, Nft, I'm going to sell or a buttload of money. And guess why? It's a monkey, but this monkey's in the space suit. Oh well, now the monkey, say monkey, but he's a fireman. Huh, you see that? Yeah, all right, now he's a farmer. Okay, NFT's exactly, but we're just churning out the same fucking bullshit over and over again and fucking waiting for every all, you dumb ass, is just to lap it up, and you don't. I don't even understand what NFT's up really, all right, like I don't even get it. Like it's if an image is online and it's online exactly. There you go. So what you can just what? Could you sue somebody if they reproduce it or something? Good luck with all that. That's reas you you own like that digital footprint that you you that's your art. You own it, but you don't own a physical copy of it. It's not, unless you want a printed at Kinko is a way. But you own that digital piece of art. That is yours to do whatever you see fit. You could monetize on it if you can figure out how, like the monkey man with his, like I said, monkeys in a different outfits, like Barbie, Malibu Monkey. But yeah, it's a scam. That's what it is. Goddamn fucking scam. And we just as a nation, as a whole. We I mean you look at tops trading cards. They offer nft's marvel comics and I'm just bringing up collector stuff here, but I mean, I'm sure calogs are fucking whatever everybody because you know, it's something's hot. Everybody jumps on it, right. So we all offer NFTS or whatever. It's a way to make a few bucks. It's just but it's bull, bullshit. It's just it's like a speculator market. To It's like, oh well, this one's worth whatever. Okay, why you saying that? Because it's rare, because you're the only person that could ever own this. And to what you just said, Oh wait, hold on, because now it's online for being sold. I could screenshot that. I can fuck save JPEG on my computer or whatever. I fucking right click on the Goddamn thing and there you go. You fucking you have a new computer. So where's the real ownership in that? And I mean, and actually this even ties back to the the sex tape, because what's out there? It's out there right fucking anybody can make copies of it. Any may can do whatever the fuck they want. You could put as many disclaimers as you want it or tm copyrights and everything else and say, Oh, this is mine, I fucking own this. Or Hmm, you know, whatever the case may be. But guess what, you're really shit out of luck. So this is just another thing saying in the cycle of human existence that we just completely waste our times with and we should really be punished for. Yeah, you know, man, yeah, it's you know, the world's gone crazy. We're all stuck inside for all this time and all anyone's been doing is existing online. So everything new is you know, it's the world has gone we work from home, a lot of us. We fucking shop from home. We get food delivered to our house, we order everything from Amazon. Yes, we you know, the kids hang out on the fucking playing xbox, you know, or playstation online, talk like that. You know, it's just we gradually have become more and more just stuck in the house and like it's so bizarre. It's like everything. It's cool that, you know, that technology is progressed like this, but it's really making it hard to like in the pandemic just like increased it so much, like we were already headed in that direction, like everything so much easier online, but once a pandemic head it's just like, dude, now that's why people don't know how to fucking act in public. Anymore when you see like again, I hate getting all political, but like the the kid, the school board meetings, where people are flipping out and like going all this like that's because fucking everyone's forgotten how to exist. Like on the on the Internet, you can be an Asshole, like be a keyboard warrior, you know, like an Internet warrior. You're as tough because you're anonymous, nobody can see your face. But now we're going back in public and it's like that. People are just stuck in that mode. So they're like, I don't have any that civil, you know, fucking social contract anymore. I'm just an asshole now. Yeah, so, I don't know. You're the fucking lot more man, motherfucker. That's who you are. Welcome to be a lawnmore man, because, you know, it's a cyber world and we're just compair of analog assholes. But you're right where, you know, fucking I don't even know, hot buns, three, seven us his fucking type on that computer, like yeah, fucking yeah, the school board. Okay, well, you guys eat babies high and there's a psychopath. Look at this fucking nut mute whatever. And now this, like well, I got muted by everybody on twitter. So I'm going to show up at that Goddamn meeting. Yeah,...

I'M gonna fucking proclaim they eat babies. Now we know it's real now. And now now you get shared on social media, regurgitated back out into the stream, into this system. You got three hundred eighty seven thousand fucking likes and fucking you're an NFT alrighty. Moving on now, you know, just to kind of speed things up a little bit, I suppose, nate, you had a little thing to say about the boys from Jackass. Is that not correct? Well, I was just noticing there's a new jackass movie out after years. You know that I got me thinking a lot and jackass came out. It's uniquely of our generation. Let's see that. In the late S I remember living with my good friend Andy Jones, your friend and mine, rest in peace, you know, died several years ago. Right. He was, you know, my first roommate after moving out of my folks house and at that apartment he had on his wall. He was a skater and he had on his wall like pages from Big Brother magazine. Sure was, you know, skateboard magazine, and he had the pictures of Johnny Knoxville testing out like Tasers and pepper spray and all that like on his wall, and those were the that was the beginning, the origins of jackasss. From there they moved to, you know, MTV combined with C ky, which was Bammar Jara and Ryan Dunn and all those folks, and they created jackass back in the s now, Jack Ass, like I should have appreciated it more. Like my brother and I were always kind of Daredevili, like my brother specifically. He would always push me to jump off crazy trees into, you know, the water, build these death defying rope swings or, you know, just do stupid shit. And and you know, we've got skydiving. You know, he's done all of it, Bungee jummy skydiving and but at the time I just wasn't really into jackass because, dude, jackass was kind of like too popular. You know, it was everywhere, right, I'm saying like Fallly, yeah, and I would be like I don't know, it just I was it's dubious because it was so popular. So I just kind of ignored it. I was like yeah, yeah, same thing happened with South Park. I'm just kind of like I know it's there and I know it's good, but I'm just kind of like, I don't know, I don't I just don't watch it really when it's out. But Um, but all these years later I've just because I've mentioned earlier that I kind of pay attention to the TMZ type shit. So you'd see like stuff about Stevo from jackass and stuff about Bam Marjaro over the years. And now they were both complete fuck ups, you know, and on a crazy scale drug wise, just like out of control, always, you know, getting arrested like wrecking shit and being completely out of control. and Um, I, as an addict, you know, was I would watch their progression and, you know, because my life spun out of Control. And Stevo eventually cleaned up and got really into recovery right but probably about ten years ago. And Yeah, and the dudes been doing amazing and I would watch that and I'd have the same like attitude towards it that I had towards Eddie, celebrity that got clean, that was a famous drug act that got clean. Like at Dave Navarro from like Jane's addiction and stuff. He was, you know, he got clean and I would watch him talk about it on shows and I feel like simultaneously like almost resentful towards them because I was still fucked up and I couldn't do it. But then it would make me feel hope because I'd be like this dude was a rock star level addict, like fucked up on a lot of drugs and they were able to do it right. So I guess there's some hope. But my point is there was always that kind of resentment while I was still using, because I was like, you know, fuck this, you know, like you know, fuck him, like I'm still suffering and this sucks and like how does you know? How would even do it? And like he probably went to some rich you know, detoxin, Maliboo and whatever it's. But Bam Marjara, you know, gradually got worse and worse, like Steveo got clean, and I don't know if you've read any of the stories, but it's like when this new jackass movie came out, Bam Marjara has gone to the point where he wasn't even allowed to be in it because he was so fucked up. The guys in Jack has made him sign some shit that like UK. You have to pass drug tests, you have to be on these meds, you know, all this stuff, and he violated it. And, yeah, and they wouldn't let him...

...be in it and he of course, went on this crazy tirade. He does instagram and all these videos where he's just like, dude, he sound like a crazy person. He was like, you know, talking about how he can he's a wizard that can control weather and like, you know, all this weird shit and like, but in every like, not even inadvertly, like threatening Jeff Tremaine, like the creator of Jack like the main dude. Yeah, and I heard about that party with a little nutty. Yeah, man, but I don't know, like I don't know how you felt about Jackass. You know, I don't know if you watched it back in the day or if you even give a shit. And I yeah, I am aware of the new film. I have not seen it because I'm not big Jackass Fan. I when it first appeared, I liked it, but also I was a little resentful because some of their stunts and things that they did I thought were very reminiscent of some of the gags that me and my friends would do without video cameras. Except how, at this time period, Tom Green was another big one. He kind of opened the floodgates. Are just being a fucking Weirdo, taping everything and it people this. That's comedy. Now, this is funny. I can understand why an older generation of people, you know, our parents, probably shook their heads and was like, oh no, here we go, you know this, this is this cannot be good, because these guys are pulling pranks in their high jinks. That is fucking dangerous, unhealthy, you know, on and on and so. Yeah, but he but again, with my youth I was like, okay, you know, this is this is funny, this is ridiculous. All BEA and I do feel like they're ripping me off. You know, now I don't really have as much of an interest in seeing someone trampled by an animal or it's almost like, you know, you'd see the faces of death videos when you were young and like, okay, well, this is shocking and bizarre and fucking cruel. Bump fights, yeah, things like that. You know what I mean. And but now, I mean I'd watch it, I'd feel bad, I'd feel upset. I'm like why they these people? That is fucking not evil. You know they're wrong. I hear you. I mean it's weird how that sort of entertainment, you're right, and it's become more just everywhere's proliferated, if you will. It's like, I remember America's got talent a few years ago. One of the people that moved pretty far up in the competition would just get his nuts kicks or like hit with a wooden board or whatever, and that was literally his whole stick. Like every episode would be this like elaborate set up to him getting hit in the nuts with some weird, I don't know, almost Rube Goldberg machine or fucking whatever, some kind of way that the thing would hit him in the nuts. And I'm like, wasn't that an idiocracy where they were like, you know, it was a satire on how society is headed and where these people were literally just watching shows. You know, ouch my nuts or whatever. It was like getting kicked in the nuts, and that's kind of where we're at. But Dude, but for some reason I having the opposite effect. What now that I'm older, I watched all though jackass movies in the last few years. I happen to watch them and I'm for some reason I'm finding him super entertaining now and and and it's just kind of hit me in a weird way because of where I'm at, like finally feeling like I'm clean and like out of that, out of that fucking curse of addiction, and like and watching Steve O's gotten now that I'm clean. I love watching Steve Oh, and he's got these, you know podcast where he talks to people and it's a great podcast. I'm a kind of hinted earlier about Stevo talking to Tommy Lee and that's a cool episode. But but he's he gets pretty fucking deep and like, believe it or not, Steve has gotten really introspective. Does these weird episodes about like stuff he's felt weird about, like showing like how bad his teeth used to be and like when, when they replaced his teeth, and how bat like Shit that he said. You know, he would have been so embarrassed for anyone to know about that, but he's like here it is, I'm not scared, this is me. I'm different now, you know. This is and and it's kind of like helped me a lot. Like I see how Steveo could really help people now, whereas Bam just like I see the part of me that I used to be, where he has all these friends that are finally on the other side of addiction or at least got shit him to control, and they're trying to help them and they're like, dude, like you know you need help, and he just keeps blaming them for all his shit and like talking about how they're treating him unfairly and how, you know, I mean, yeah, he's a member Jack As. He has a right to feel snubbed, being not being allowed in it, but he signed a fucking contract and he's out of control and he you know, deep down he knows he's out of control, I'm sure. I mean I don't know the guy, but dude, it's like I see those two ways my life could have gone. I mean,...

...obviously, you know, with differences. I'm not either of those two people, but you know, it's like I chose. I ended up choosing the Stevopath, like good for you. Yeah, man, and Ban Path is looking kind of rough right now, but seems like he's defiant right he's maybe in yet again. We don't have any inside insight on all. This is pure speculation, but there's some people out there who just never want the party to end. Yeah, right, and you got enablers. And you know you had mentioned when you see celebrities kick a habit, you know is equal inspirational and infuriating. But you think about the circumstances of being a celebrity where you have unlimited resources to acquire drugs, you your income and allows you, I was going to say enables again. Look at me, trying to stop duplicating my words. But you know, it allows you to say fuck it, I get the money, I can buy as much shit as I want to pump into my body whatever I want, you know I mean, and no one's going to tell me no, I'm a fucking rock star, what have you. So, yeah, but that whole thing with him, you're right, it's just an interesting, you know situation. Yeah, it's the pendulum is is kind of, you know, swung in different directions for people who are involved in the same project in very different ways. It's unfortunate. I mean I always back in the day, found him, well, I'm talking about Bam here, to be entertaining to a point, but his whole thing was like I beat up my dad I have a crazy uncle, you know. Yeah, that whole thing, which I was always like kind of weirded out by because, you know, I am a dad. Fuck that, man. I don't want my kid just come up to be pounding me in the head where I'm wanting. Yeah, he seemed like the Brat, you know, he just seemed like spawl the time. Yeah, very spoiled, kind of grew up rich and like, I don't mean to pass judgment, but you're like, he does seem like that, like just kind of and couldn't grow up, and now he's yeah, just you know, he's acting like, I hate to say it, but he's acting like a spoiled person, like blaming everyone else when he clearly has to fucking change, you know. But, but that's what it does to us. I was the same way. I blame anyone I could and it's just part of addiction. Like you, it's hard and you hate yourself the whole time you're doing it. You know you're at fault. I used to tell people I know what my problem is. So many people go to therapy and do all this shit to find out what they're fucking problem is. I know what my problem is. I just have to stop using this substance, and I mean after you get clean, you realize now this there's some underlying shit they still have to deal with, and I do have to kind of figure shit out, but that was a major stumbling block of if Bam could just get that part of it, he you know, he things would get better. Like Steve. Watch some old videos of Stevo. Anyone listen to this? Go check out some youtube videos of like Stevo when he was messed up or whatever. He Dude. It was crazy. Watch his appearance on, I believe it was Adam Carolla had a short show on like comedy central, and go look that up. You know, I'm not going to say anymore about it, but go check that video out. And Anyway, so, yes, so jackasses is hitting me. You know, for some reason I haven't I haven't seen the new one yet, but for some reason, now that I'm older, I feel this kinship with these dudes that back in the day I didn't Really Watch, and I don't know what it is. I think it's just getting old and they're in a way kindred spirits because, yeah, we all did fucked up shit. Yeah, we you know, and I don't know, but I will go see that movie. I finally appreciate Jack Ass, my friend. There you go, you are you have been jackassed. Good for you, I mean, you know, I see the appeal of that. I get it. And more props to him for, you know, twenty plus years you still fucking, I don't know, doing all this crazy shit. I we just we've been talking a lot about this growth and changes and aging and everything else, and it seems like a theme to our show just in general. Amen. But I mean just imagine, like, Oh, well, I used to take staples in the ass back in the S on my TV show, and here you are, forty something years old and now I'm sober and I still like getting a stapler in the ass. Yeah, yeah, speaks to someone sanity. But I talk about underlying issues. The you go. And now I want to shift gears a little bit because maybe you have an issue, and I'm not talking about you, nate, I'm talking about the listeners out there, and the issue could lead to a problem. And what is that? Well, we did discuss Valentine's the earlier and possibly you fucked up, you did something bad. Maybe didn't get those flowers. Well, you know what, is always a chance for redemption, a second chance, if you will, and we have those for you with some products from our partners. First Up, we got northland vaporcom I am a...

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...car all together and switch to talk radio, political opinion shows. Radio went from soothing background noise to inflammatory blood pressure raising rhetoric. It's not like he stopped listening to music completely, but his idea of recreational media, the stuff he put on to entertain his brain in the car, had shifted as he grew older. We all change as we age. We learn to appreciate new things, we get tired of things, we mature whatever. As a kid I went from alternative rock and grunge to industrial and Goth to hiphop hardcore, Electronica and ambient music, never mind all the stuff I've gotten into as an adult. We learned to see the value in different things as we change as people. I went through a lot of years not listening to music at all. I remember going to jail in my s and buying an Amfm Walkman from the commissary. Now my county is like a terrestrial radio wasteland. The closest you could get to an independent or alternative music channel was the Shitty Rock Station, which might throw in a Pearl Jam song among all the ACDC and guns and roses singles, and it was always the same two or three Pearl Jam songs and the same two or three ACDC and guns and roses songs. The hip hop station was even worse. You might hear the same song twice within the hour and it was more R and B than hip hop. Anyway, I managed to find a cool college radio station that I could kind of get to come in if I held the radio in the right place in my cell and depending on what cell I was in and what part of the jail, sometimes it wouldn't come in at all. It was called W C hc, the Holy Cross College station. And it provided me with a lot of relief and I'll always love it for that. I'd also find myself listening to the jazz and classical stations a lot, but for the most part my years of addiction kept me in a sort of stasis where I wasn't checking out anything new. Of course, at some point I got off the hamster wheel and, blessedly, I found my interest in music rekindled. At one point I found myself in this halfway house and there was a kid who worked there with a Mohawk. He was fresh out of college and I was in my late s at the time. I remember trying to talk music with him, maybe trying to show this youngster that I had a little indie cred and while he acknowledged the artist I mentioned as being respectable, it seems they were all a bit pass a to him. He was like yeah, Mike Patton and skinny puppy in the Mars Volta or all cool, but I don't really listen to much of that old stuff. That kind of hit me in the fields, as the youngsters say. But honestly, at that point I hadn't had my finger on the music pulse and close to a decade. The dude was cool, though. He burned me a bunch of CDs of stuff to check out and I was able to re enter the cultural stream, as it were. Naturally, the Internet and all the available music APPs have changed the world for me since then. I now find there's not even enough time to check out all the music I might like. Their countless bands in countless genres on countless platforms. It's awesome, if slightly overwhelming. Even my dad has upgraded to satellite radio and he will usually be listening to some jam band or Garage Band Station when I go for a drive with him. He still likes the classics, but he digs bands like Wilco and uncle Tupolo, as well as newer stuff that he hears. I'm glad there's finally a way to find a cool station in our radio wasteland, and I'm glad dad he's gotten off the political talk radio for the most part. Shit. I feel that same poll as I move deeper into my S. I'll usually be playing music on Youtube, or I'll throw on spotify or Pandora, and suddenly I'll feel compelled to throw on some politically charged opinion piece that the Youtube Algorithm is recommended to me, or some left wing podcast that's just going to reaffirm my opinions and make me angry about the state of the world in the process. I can't help seeing myself doing the things that I noticed in my dad. Our politics are different, but the compulsion to get all fired up is the same. I don't drive much these days, but I do throw on stuff to listen to while I...

...work or write or work out in the gym, and more and more I find myself choosing some political opinion show. People talk about putting on motivational workout music, but these political shows have a similar charging up effect. But I don't want to be that guy. I feel like anger is a drug of its own and I need to watch that. Maybe it is age that does it, maybe my genetics predisposed me to enjoying frustrating world of news opinion shows. Maybe it's the current political climate. All I know is that I see it happening to myself and I'm consciously trying to keep veering back to music. I mean, even if a song is politically charged, at least there's some beauty or artist reinvolved. There's nothing wrong with being politically conscious or even politically active. It's just starting to take over that part of my brain that looks to media for distraction. I'm a music lover. I always will be, as much as my old folkiness tries to cloud that fact or distract me from it, I'm doing my best to remain vigilant. Well, let me tell you something. Their pal. I am very similar. Actually. Well, I don't listen to political discourse or podcasts, but I like sports talk radio, and now I found that I'm less apt to just say to my device on the counter to play a track as I am to say play whatever, you know, Talk Station or whatever. I just kind of want to get lost and so you don't really need to pay attention either. Always, I mean to be perfectly honest with you, a lot of times I might just take a shower. I'm like play this sport station, and he's just don to keep me company while I, you know, lather me nuts, kind of drift in and out of it, like yeah, I can you know. And this sometimes I might hear a sentiment where I go hell yeah, and other times I like shows that make me laugh. I like things that humor me, that kind of thing, and then it just the other day, though, to be honest, I did play a song because I was thinking to my mom, who had passed away a couple years ago, in her favorite artist with Stephen Knicks. So I said, plays this song by Stephen Knicks, and it didn't. It brought me back to a moment in my life and made me think of someone I love. And then that was over and I said Hey, now more talk. I've listened to a little bit more NPR lately just kind of, you know, stir it up a little bit. But you know, it's funny. Actually, what do we even say it's funny, because it's not funny at all. It's interesting. Let's go let's go that route that you know, your dad is on one side of the political spectrum, you are on the other and you're both kind of guilty of the same things by choosing something to live in your own bubble. But are there many programs out there that would fairly and accurately kind of portray both sides? And are we at the point this, you know, two thousand and twenty two, where that even exists anymore because things have gone so radically left and right? Yeah, you know, don't even know if that's possible anymore. But that's a topic to that's a whole other episode that we could get into. Oh, should I just but but you know, you're right, and that's my point. Is that LE whatever it is, like, one thing is skewed, the political coal affiliation or whatever. I mean. I hate being tribal at all, like that whole tribalism, like my side, your side. I yeah, but it's kind of become that way. And and you really do. I mean, I don't know how much of it is me, what I really believe to my core, or how much of it has been skewed by what I watch and I but I feel like all the things I feel are my are my own. I don't feel like I've been hypnotized by left wing media. But you know, but the people on the right don't feel that way either. And like, I don't know. But again, that's a huge topic. Yeah, the point, the point was more about replacing the music. Like finding myself drawn, and it's not even drawn. I convinced myself that I'm being drawn towards information, like what's happening? I need to know this stuff. But I think it's more the anger part in my brain which was never a thing. I've never been an angry person really, but like I feel it well up in me when I start like watching this shit or listening to this shit. So I think that it's more that it's more my addictive part of my brain finding comfort listening to some shit like that. And like, even though it's an uncomfortable feeling, it's like addiction is weird, you know. Yeah, you get comfortable in uncomfortable shit. So, like, I don't know, I...

...just I feel like I'm trying to watch it. I stay in my band and playing a couple shows finally. Haven't played shows in a while. I have a couple coming up and and yeah, so I've been practicing my bass, I've been trying to listen to more music and I'm honestly trying to like limit all the political shit. Like even my therapist is like, yeah, if it's not me, if it's making you unhappy, check it, you know, check it, like put a lid on it. If you can. Sure doing what I can sports, like you talked about. It's like it's similar. You get hooked on it, it replaces music in your life, like we were talking about. But I don't know, I mean there's tribalism and sports to obviously. Yeah, yeah, totally. It's just, you know, one of those things where you don't have to take it too seriously, you know, I mean ice entertainment, right. It's not a life or death like these. You know, I'm I feel this way because people's rights are being you know, it's not like it's more just, yeah, Hey, my, I like this guy that plays this game, you like this team or hess thinks, you know, that kind of thing, or just discussing that kind of stuff. I've always like sports talk radio now for cheese seems like forever, as an alternative, just to occupy my time. There are some podcasts by fellow podcasters and friends. I will listen tours. And as far as you, though, I don't think you're at an unhealthy ratio, at least not by what you message me, because you're always sending me songs and videos to watch it the music you don't ever send me all. You going to watch this bit about this political whatever. It's always check out this band. So, I mean, I'm not with you seven I don't know. Maybe you are, you know, seething for the majority of the day. I don't know. But I wouldn't be able to tell. Yeah, yeah, it's just once in a while it hits me, you know, like yeah, well, that's understandable, you know. And that's the thing too, when you when you age, I don't know, it's like I would never have guessed that I would turn into the forty some odd year old man who enjoys listening to sports talk radio over an Alison Change Record. It's just that I now I have moments in my life where I might need to listen to dirt by Alison chains, but they're few and far between compared to just easily putting on something where people are going to talk the breeze about something that's not, you know again, yeah, Earth shattering or super important, just something that entertains me. Yeah, you know, it's all escapism. Yes, they thank you, you bright eye, beautiful bastard. Escapism. Yes, yeah, and that's when the politics stuff isn't helping me escape. I'm just getting sucked further and further and well, I need more escaped. That's what the music's for. So you start to think to like, oh, it's never been like this in American history, right, this is this is going to be the worst and in many ways it probably is. For what we were discussing earlier. As far as the regurgitation or we've said many a time that people now are they choose your education via memes rather than an actual text booker looking at the path history is taken. But I mean, realistically, it's all different forms of the same shit. If you went back to the s or whatever ever, you should so decide to kind of research a little bit where people really it was polarizing stuff and always has been. And we didn't start the fire. And did man, no, we did not. Billy Joel, we did. My mother just brought that up. We had in the same conversationally. was talking to my mother and she says, she said, yeah, it's like, yeah, things seem really out of control now, and they do, but yeah, when she was growing up, Vietnam War was happening, people protesting, bombs were going off on you know, all this shit and people are being drafted and like it seems like it was the end of Shit then. You know, it seemed like you how are we going to mend this? And so, you know, we didn't start the virus. She brought that up. She's like that's what that song is about. It's like going through all this shit that happened and it's like we didn't start. It was always bettering, like there's always been crazy shit going on. It made me kind of take a second, you know, look at that song now that I'm old enough to understand it and like it's funny because that was my first concert. was going to see Billy Joel on that tour that that song came out. Look at that. Huh, wow, all ties in. Yeah, sure does everything. That is it times a circle, times a flat circle. May It's right as this and cool gray o, the true detective thing. Yeah, totally. I mean, I don't know, though. I wonder how can you mend it? How can you you know you are in the very precarious position where you father and you have completely different political views and I know you said as a conversation for another day. I get that. Maybe we can get dive, you know, or delve whenever. See, I'm now, I'm smart into it more in the future, but I mean to coexist with somebody in your family. We've heard stories, at least. We don't think of together. Well, that's the thing, right, but they can't even...

...have Thanksgiving together. Anymore. Yeah, because they're so heated in arguments, because they chosen a side and there is debate is dead. It doesn't exist anymore. There is no healthy form of maybe you're right, maybe you're wrong. We dig our feet in. The line is drawn in the sand not to be crossed, right, no matter what, you know, you don't. We don't listen anymore. We don't fucking empathize anymore. It's just it's over, it's done. So maybe maybe that's it. Maybe that's what makes this worse than before. I don't know, I don't we should solve this in the last moments of this podcast. Yeah, we really should. Well, and sudden I just want to a podcast over. I want to add, though. That's when I talk about like replacing music with spoken with talk stuff. Sure don't. Don't hesitate to listen to our show. Well, yeah, music, by all means, listen. Our show is funny. You should say that. Huh. See, I did get fack funny, funny. I deserve a slap. Somebody hit me. It's okay, it's all funny. You live a very comedic life. Oh boy, do whatever, but I was going to say that. You know, if you have a reason why you enjoy our podcast, our online radio thingy, Mijiggi here, you should let us know our inflammatory rhetoric. Yes, all of that. If we're taking you away, where your escapism? I would like to hear about it, and it's easy to do. If you ever want to shoot us an email, or rather send us an email. Don't. I don't know. Can you put it in like a tshirt cannon and said it selling out show at GMAILCOM or the socials at selling out show, facebook at selling out show. One, Oh, no, number one, but I'm curious. I, like I just said, I like to listen to things when I'm in the shower. So it's very intimate. It's very, you know, oneonone I'm having with the sounds coming out of a shower with them. Yeah, sure, yeah, absolutely, they're in there with me. They're scrubbed my back with a Lufa Nice. Yeah, very Lufa. You also listen to us in the shower, I will hold the Lee will. It's a guarantee. If you, if you contact us and let us know why you like the show, where you listen to the show, nate will arrive at your domicile ready to wash your back and I will ruin it for all of the next guys that want to yeah, well, the Lufa. Yeah, when s nate washes your back, there ain't no going back. No, Oh, no, no, my friend that I yes and block black. So I think we've said what we need to say today. You got anything else you want to throw in there before we hit the zero old Oh man, if I keep talking I'll just never shut up. Yeah, it's a probibody. Stop Me. That's an issue. Well, that's I'm going to do right now. I'm doing doing you a favor. I'm putting this to your halt. Save this from myself. Yes, there you go. This is a cease a ceaseletter. It desist, sist, decist, we're going to desist you. Actually, they could do that. If you have assist, let's show up in D sist. You hellop the syst all right. Well, I do want to thank everybody for taking the time to listen to us today. Virtual hugs for all of you is truly appreciated beyond words that come out of my face. Hall, I am Dave. That is nate, and this has been the selling out show piece.

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