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#1314 - Charlamagne tha God & Andrew Schulz

2019-06-19 | 🔗
Charlamagne tha God is a radio presenter, television personality, and author. Andrew Schulz is a stand up comedian known for his work on Guy Code. Check out their podcast called "The Brilliant Idiots" available on Apple Podcasts & YouTube.
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please enjoy check it out. Experience during my day, Joe Rogan podcast by night, and would like, ladies and gentlemen, Charlamagne, the God, my man, Andrew Schultz, just being here. Thank you. Thank you for having me saying my pleasure. I've been a fan of yours for awhile, I think you're, the last great radio host and you will be the last famous radio host 'cause. I think radio implying thing you're the great one you're, the one who made it famous from radio who for Kelce yeah. In this era I mean yeah. I think video is like one of those one of those rare lanes. Where is really not a lot of people who prosper in it yeah, you know, I mean you think about, especially in the black radio space I mean you've got the Tom Joyner is the Doug banks too Wendy Williams yeah the
It is rare in that lane, but I think I think you've got people who have been established good career. Isn't it has a great selection? When was the last one he's the last one? You know the last famous from radio right. I got to get to give Bobby bones: Bobbi Bown! Well, that's not! I don't know who that is. Fired. Shots fired know that you are sorry Bobby notices by smoking, suspect, I'm sure he's great, even nationally syndicated radio host but he's on the country stage just want to marry. You want to dance with the stars it was like. I don't give us some, I don't I don't. I only know Bobby B as you talk about really yeah yeah he's got to NASH and New York Times bestselling book season. That's one of those things, though, like comedians, like you know, you talk about a comic that everybody loves and people like I never heard of like amongst comics super expected Yeah go stone, idol. Now, ok, yeah we're on the same age, so I would have to give it. I would have to put him in that file you and Bob your gracious man yeah.
My opinion of the last samurai. That's rude rude as like you. I just want to snatch you up and bring you over to podcasts like hit the fuck out of there get out of that censored, boss, man and world that was interesting. Was that was going on? You guys, I know you're podcast together the brilliant ideas. You know we, you know pi track right. You know yeah sure sure, like we just crack pot track the breakfast club number twenty on Padre. Okay, so you put that online as well yeah we put it out of the park, that's a good! I feel like we're radio, that's what it is like people still listen to terrestrial radio, but you have to go over. The people are so you have to have the podcast. You have to have the you. Two following like you can't wait for people to come to radio every publisher. Would you guys I wish I could swear, though so that's the They do that's the thing he said they release all the interviews they do on breakfast club. In those things explode yeah you too, and they have all the Kerr says where I found out about exactly that's. Where most people globally yeah would watch and listen, I mean yeah right yeah, that's what separates
is this radio, this era, radio from other areas are radio like I was starting, didn't, have Youtube, How is their dad Youtube would be. No question. He'd still be the mother fucking Guy, even though he if the guy right but he'd still be like super super guy in this area. Right he's in that paywall, which is very strange that serious paywall, that's the strangest paywall yeah. He took the check and then you get financial independence. Man, let's be realistic, he's already financially independent. So why do it all the numbers that thrown at him yeah. That was a different three hundred million right. Well, I think that just initially the like a hundred million every year. Some crazy three hundred was flat and then a hundred dollars I got to do. Is we, like your kids, be as great like your great great great grand kids, be as great right, yeah, but see stock in Sirius's means like blah.
Buster stock hang on to that messed up at some point in time: Netflix Payment, yeah, yeah yeah. I remember when Netflix used to have those dvd's that you would get like in front of the supermarket. You have to send it back, so I'm not sending this back now I was so funny. I was home this weekend in most Corner South Carolina and like there was a black panther. Dvd from the library in my mom's house, I'm like what the fund black panthers in the original black Panthers or not? I was like you know she was true from back in the day. That's an original black man who got the black Panther DVD. They checked out from the library and have not bought it back. Yet you need to bring it back to the library and now you don't have to like. Do they really going to do
why it matters in the black Panther from the library, because you know wanted it and it was there and you were at the library, I'm trying to say what you call a library. What is it library? I don't know, I'm in graduate It's like library, yeah, it's one of those words you know, Blackberry Lucky bear. Actually you talk to people in Texas, sick, specially or at everyone, even like George Bush, when he was president would say: expecially excessively yeah, yeah, we have to do a region 'cause they screech screech, wrong, ok, yeah screech I get it scrumptious. Specifically, yeah, but it's knows then it's fun, that's the point of you right. It's a way to dig it's like dialects, like my
grandparents were from Sicily and they were talking dialects and even people that Do Italian would know what the fuck they were saying like just like people that new pure Italian, it's some weird like pig latin type shed yeah. You know I mean my mom scottish, like if you listen to real scottish people. Talk you understand what they're talking about, but acts so as to the way they handled their words together. Thank and then they get him drunk it's impossible. We are from the. I was born in New Jersey and I grew up mostly in Boston, but most really, all over the country got a severance instability like before we started the puck, as he was talking about all the hunting hunting that you I didn't get into that to two thousand two Oh wow, why 'cause? I was thinking about being a vegetarian. I was like I was watching these all rights, videos, ripetta videos and I was like I don't want to participate in this factory farming shed its fuckedup. You watch these PIG slammed into these cages together and cows and chickens like this is inhumane.
It's insane decided to go out of the killing yourself? I decided one of two things either I was going to. I was gonna, try, hunting and either I was going to become a vegetarian or husband don't become hunter, so I became a hunter. I did it. I killed a deer, I ate it. I was like this perfect, I love this home trying to make sense. I'm trying to forget the thought process that you know stop yields where you saw that it was inhumane for the animals to be dying, no not make you want to kill him factory farming. Actually farming or not the look, every animal dies, ever become angels. They live in the wild. When you hunt you dip your feet in the wild, you go out there and use you fair chase. You'll find them. You track. You stay down wind! You get in a good position to kill them and then you eat them right and it's a different animal again when you're eating that like if I eat a elk steak, I know that is very bad? It's delicious yeah! I know that I was there. Can I see a picture with Calc, I'm still trying to imagine what it is, because I understand dear and I understand the moon The giant deer. Is that those antlers,
or from the outside, like an eight hundred pound and how tall is it? It's huge there big like six feet tall are yeah yeah Elk in mushroom gravy moose is crazy. I said the first time I saw him. He was like that scene in Jurassic Park with Jeff, bloom looks out the jeep I think I'll double in Elk, the double the size of an oh yeah hunting man you want to. I'm being dead serious to take you, hunting, camping and hunting, where it's one or the other, but you could do both. Ok or you would run, do well, you could camp or you could hunt rat and then stay in a nice lodge. That's the move yeah, but and here kind of want to do like the full outdoor. As I watch the shows on like Nat GEO or something like that, and it's they're just living off the land and they got a like make up or may cause your. You know, make it out of snow yeah? Don't do that? Don't do that? No, but what flight two days like a cool
you want. What you want is like a real tent with a real sleeping bag. You stay warm in you're, healthy and you're, not worried about fucking freezing to death or anything weird, that yeah and make sure you have water filters. He could drink out of a stream. If you really want to do that, yeah yeah. I want. You should try. Hunting in New York like nobody's ever done that, like John Hunter rats, I'm serious think about all in big as Russia New York, like nobody's ever done that I'm not going to lie. You probably get a lot of attention for those back in the day you got one hundred 25th ST in Like Spanish, Harlem and you could buy pigeons. People were like catching pigeons and they were selling them and trying to front like they were exotic pigeons. I swear to God. We know pigeons were brought over here for food. That's what squab is what the is going up. Squab is like of Lego, Bougie restaurant item and it's actually young pigeons right, yeah, that's what that's what squab is yeah! I didn't know that all pigeons
all the pages. You see the United States or all brought in from somewhere else for food, and then they release to become Pharaoh. The like the wild hogs of the bird world. What a young rats called that are used for foods. Good question to his young rats for food- I don't know, but there is, it- is a concept that rats die. Mannarino said well. This is just the dogs that hunt rats in New York. Oh yeah! I don't believe that, should what do you mean? You don't believe it that they're? Really, sending their dogs out to go, get rats. All they are, but there's so much that's holes yeah! I guess I mean they're not going to fix it. There's no way to fix it, but like Jack Russell Terriers, they Phuc rats up they're designed to Fuch row but it's gotta be people who live up north in New York who have the same desire to hunt. They just don't go down south. So why not go here right? They hunt. Deer in New York has a lot of deer yeah? You got a lot of living. I live in Jersey and that's one of the reasons I love because I'm from Atlantis, I'm used to seeing deers and pop
in the just yeah, that's a wildlife run into discrete out. That's why I like living in Jersey, yeah jerseys, an unusual play. Jersey has more black bears per capita than any state United States. I I don't know if that's a fact, but I believe you, because I see myself yeah there. Everywhere. You see, bears on your property, not on my property. When I used to stay with my aunt in the Poconos the bears used to come in her back, all I could do like a scream in the backyard and he would like come in and just grab fish out of the screen. They kill the kid one bear kill the kid a couple years ago from one of the colleges. What college? Was it the one near New Brunswick? What was it I seen the video in Jersey at a walking bear to bed. I would walk on two feet through peoples: backyards. It had a bad front. Paw hotel, yeah, There is looking at it video the bear walking around, that's a big foot, yeah, that's you know who believes in Bigfoot yeah. You have a believer in the studio right now who believes in Bigfoot. Do you really yeah, absolutely
one hundred percent, but you know, I believe, a big foot because the like most this, if you see a he's like a movie yeah some point in life, somebody was trying to explain that to somebody. Okay, let me get the out here right now through, when he's trying to explain to me the size that God yeah, that's insane legs work, the you up to there's the there's, the rare deer species that will their death yeah the used to deal with wolves if they think you're through they just run up on you and stomp you to death. Why don't you believe in Bigfoot that? Well I actually The television show where I went. Hunting for them
We're going to do it or finding; no, no, it wasn't in the show called Joe Rogan questions everything we spent a whole week in the Pacific, NW talking a bigfoot hunters. We camped out there me and Duncan Trussell, went and interviewed scientists and interviewed all these different archaeologists, all these different people that didn't believe and did believe it wasn't real animal at one point in time. Yes, but I don't think it exists now, I think it exists. It's just a primate in the yeah? Okay, don't think it is, I believe that exists now. I did up to a certain point without like in this area, with all of the cameras and everything else. So why would have caught one okay, good, easy? I those will work. No, I was like yeah, I don't believe in it now. I believe it existed at some point, but I don't believe it exists on. Let me tell you something: Charlamagne has this amazing power to manifest it? Ok, so I see how it could lend it. Self? When you believe something so much, it becomes real right. I could see it manifest itself into things like Bigfoot, like you believe in things I mean sasquatch- is whether it's not a far fetched.
I did not literally just a primate in the world, I mean, I think, when you were young and you believe that your team off- yes, I would like no no, no third grade. Yeah. Well, he believed that his ears actually changed shape, but he did. I was sitting at the lunch table, outfit Nathan lunch table and I'm telling everybody. I was going to turn into this werewolf at lunchtime, and I was saying this for like weeks straight and we was all sitting at the table and I was just sitting like it's gonna happen is happening in my ears. Get from round to point for like two seconds and when all all the kids at the table saw and jumped up and ran, so they felt that my concentration. So if I had kept that concentration going, I probably would have turned full fledged werewolf in that moment and maybe levitated pos. I've done that before really oh yeah. Grubhub witness I used to leave the Kingdom Hall and I would walk out. The Kingdom Hall and I would like jump in the air and b
looking down at the Kingdom Hall, not stay up there for a while, and then I would come down here. Something he's not he's not doing bits right. He really believes the ship, I'm just telling you what happened in my life. I love, you believe what you believe. It if you don't you, don't memories. A strange thing: haha think it's one of those like you recreate the past. Well, memories! A strange thing like you couldn't believe something and know something to be true when it didn't actually happen. You can absolutely do that. It is what you have people memories in their head that never happened. You have memories that well positioned in your head. It proven that you can talk one into a memory. He could change someone's memory source particular dangers for kids when You know there's a whole case where they were talking kids into saying that their teachers molested me and all these people like lost their careers lost their lives, turn those off One hundred percent made up, but those kids believed it. They when they were telling them that they were molested. They believed it
yeah, that's fine! Do it! What is it called when you give that information to the police? What is it called when they like, horseshoe, horseshoe yeah. There is a whole article is reading other day about why people make false confessions like they just get talked into believing that they actually did something scared to death Valley, yeah especially a young kid from the hood and you like one thousand five hundred and sixteen years old. He's like you, Wanna Jeff, twenty. If you don't tell us what we need to know, you don't know no better, knowing that they put you under duress, the the put you in a room, they sit sit you across from a position of authority in this person questions. You start, you start talking. You start saying things in True, you seem Beyonce gets created to you'll get twenty years and get, but with fifteen of them show first five green. They let me let you kind of settle in for
First, five yeah, you know it nice and tight birthday. You might you might going on today. You know this is criminal got more of them. They are monsters that when I was young I used to have a raid tractor trailer. It was a red plastic trailer with a a farmer on top of the line, one of hard plastic trailer, F farmer used to get off that tree. Well in Fuch with me and I took it in the yard, one they put kerosene on it and set it on fire and in my mind I remember hearing that farm farmer scream Mama even tell you to start how you always talk about. Is farmer used to come off, Tractor Infocomm yeah. She she saw me set it on fire and I thought I was crazy. Until years later, I met Tiffany Haddish and she said she had experiences with her Teddy bears used to come to life and funk with her. So I'm just saying hum
Saint: she happens all this happened, and I haven't heard this started habitat night. When did it happen? uh. I don't remember. I can't remember like the details of when it was at night or during the day. That's why these things are figure out with UFO abductions. Okay, you know, I'm almost all those you have full of ducks and have more people are sleeping and they think what's happened is Your brain is releasing endogenous psychedelic chemicals and it's forcing you to have these hallucinations and that you really do believe you're taking aboard these ufos in Ghana. But if someone is watching you with the camera, nothing actually happens. Questions people swear by it. Have you ever had one of those dreams where it feels as if someone's holding you down there dead at the Hag hag riding you It's not merely called it a sleep paralysis, but growing up in talking they will say they had was right. Ok what the fault is that you would need to put us either put a straw broom at your door, or you would take salt and sprinkle salt at your dogs when they had in his room. He gotta pick up every kernel assault. So by the time he picks up every kernel without his fucking date bag.
I had was like these little old women that they say would come ride people in the middle of the night. I think I've seen him before, but it's really looks like just a shadowy figure and it's the same feeling you could definitely Your body is frozen. I can't open your eyes are open. Yes, but you feel like you're, talking nobody here What do they say that is like what paralysis the blood about like when on the toilet. I think it's a psychological thing. Your brain is just turning signals to your body, but you want to move, and you just don't feel good. But I can't yeah that's frightening. Before I mean I've had that before and I had when I woke up. It was just you seen the movie signs yeah. So it was this creature that looked like he was from the movie signs, but it was purple and black and he was standing over me and I couldn't
move, and so I was making noises trying to go away and it's the sun came up it just faded away. Now that I don't know if it was a dream or an actual visit from extraterrestrial, it could be the thing about extraterrestrials you believe in it. Well! You know, I believe in this what you believe in everything the room, the reality is and toys that can harass you as a child. There's there's no evidence, but the numbers of human I mean the numbers of planets? Rather, the could support humans, they're they're, pretty. What just move documented so far is pretty interesting, just what they know about thousands of plans to discover hundreds that could possibly support human life and then there's hundreds of billions of galaxies The idea that we're the only one not only that Neil Degrasse Tyson explains to me is a mind. Half that the This is so big that not only is there another you out there. That is done everything exactly as you've done too
every pause like that pause, every pause down to the second, an infinite number yeah yeah you're talking about. Is it called the infinite in an infinite universes there is this exact conversation happening. Yet people look exactly like that, because infinity implies a and the a million thinning variations right. There's one. When you get up right now you have to take a piss right right out of the room or Charlene's there. You are on there this one. When you get a bad, we don't believe you that you saw big foot or something. You know that kind of yeah this. The idea that, when you think of infinity right, you will think about it is being really big. It's not it's impossible to put in your head, that infinite infinite universes, like the size of the you know, fourteen billion light years apart, infinite numbers of those not only that they think that inside Every galaxy is a supermassive black hole and inside that black hole. Be another universe with hundreds of billions of galaxies with one
millions of black holes inside each one of those hundreds of billions of galaxies, hundreds of billions of black holes that its fractal and that it's impossible for you even conceive yeah, I think it's very slow using just based on the numbers there so this is something that has to be. Another question is, as you gotta be, to think that would only life in this coming week with only life in the universe. I'm just saying like whether or not it's reached us well, yeah, I don't it's reached us and if it has reached its like, they have to find a way to bend time right that time is the biggest issue. Now I'm going to get the problem like where earthlings right yeah and if you look at how diverse the earth is like there's different species of shit in the woods different species of hitting the water different pieces of it in the jungle. Different species are shooting this guy. Why wouldn't the earth I mean the universe, be just as diverse, and we're we're assuming shorted we're, assuming we're the smartest life form in the universe. No, no, no I'm not at all and sure it is all I'm saying is life has an end right. What is the the local older species on the earth right now? We're turtles live like to
as I'm, showing that what Bullet Morgan Freeman in those discussions on the got damn. Oh so, let's say it's two hundred three hundred years right, let's say that's the max Now we have three hundred years to track millions of light years away to get to another galaxy to see other planets to see if they have some shit and they have the same for us Let's say there is another species did some. Now. I found a way to take the consciousness that they have and put it in a robot that can then last four thousand. Two years, then they would have the opportunity to come here, but we're limited by time right you will die before you get somewhere like we can go to Mars. We come back we're going. I think we're basing that off our intelligence. There might be a species in this universe that can fly to earth the way we fly to LA they would probably end time that not necessarily what they could do is fold time or fold it whatever. You know what I mean create that wormhole fan where you're going when instead of it's not linear, it's
whatever the in some time like it was in event horizon they talk about how they did that eleven. Yeah, but there's another way to American Matthew Mcconaughey and are yeah interstellar interstellar yeah when they get into like space time. Space sounds really interesting right. It's like the faster you go, the the less you age, yeah right, like so somebody's in a plane flying into someone here on the earth. Racism is flying around the earth in a plane, verses, sitting on earth, they will age fractionally less right. So if you just increase their speed and decrease hours, I will not keep are the same. They will, let's say, not age at all, compared to us aging, like thirty years, even Cray, here. Brian. I want to see his because most exhibit and that's that the latter is a physicist, okay from stern from the large hadron collider day as a bunch of different yeah podcasts and shows he said that if you were born and right
Next, you like your mother and you both put on a watch at the moment you were born and then you check that watch thirty years later, if you have a perfect watch, was never at a time. Your watch would have a different time than her watch, because you have gone through time differently than she has fractured owns that fractionally, because the amount of space that how fast you travel it it you you, you experience time in a different way, the path you take in life, the different terrain, you travel over the earth. All those factors play in to how much time has passed. Let's say you live on the top of the mountain and she lives at the bottom, you're actually traveling at a faster rate right, because it's no different than like. Let's see, there's a ball on a tether right and your just swinging around in a circle right. The ball at the end is actually going faster than your hand in the middle swinging around right. So since you're going faster, actually easing slower and we're talking about fractions of seconds yeah, but over the
course of time it proves that everyone experiences time to slightly different rate, which proves Einstein's theory that if you travel very fast in a spaceship and then come back, you would look at your brother who was your age, and he's, a hundred years old, you're thirty. So I got, I think I figured out how we can time travel or not time travel, but I think I figured I so we're trying to create. Okay and again, I don't know, but this is just like in a everybody need logic. This is brilliant idiots right here. Ok, so we have to do is go faster than the speed of light in order time travel. I know how to do that just yet, but when I think we can do is we're trying to use like ac, is to propel us at a certain mile per hour to get close to the speed of light Phuc, the fuck, the Rockets. Why don't we use light as wind and create a sale that harness light. And that sale will naturally take us. The speed or as close as we possibly could get to the speed they did in the movie called sunshine, I'm a fucking genius
oh, you thought might be useful in sunshine and didn't tell anybody sunshine. How could you see that movie? I don't even know what an elk is. Science fiction come on, show it's fiction movie, I'm talking to Bob Lazar tonight knows a guy. I was telling you I wanted to bring you to dinner, I'm going to as well. If you want to come he's a guy who worked at area fifty one and I'm not even if we could talk about test tomorrow, yeah, I believe in areas it bring it up. Oh area, fifty one is real, but this guy literally worked on what he says or alien spacecraft, spacecraft that say, on sunshine could be the next big thing bro. You should work Jamie This is public school education. Get you a job at Trump space for that's it. I don't want it to any other man. I just want to throw the ideas out there and I think I got it in mail. This is a legit space for shirt from Trump's from Trump Tower. Tim Dillon I miss your shots at him. I love him. This is real. This is what the real fuckin' this force. This is the logo thought dude.
I've been talking to miss Deb Cartoon after we moved in with his facebook. This is the real space forces, fucking goofy shitshow. As you had a friend who works on alien spacecraft, so I don't know- I told me there tonight on the podcast tomorrow and he worked at area fifty one is he allowed it what they see. What I can do. It is because he's been talking about for decades, really yeah and they've tried to discredit him. There's a is very controversial. Lot of people think it's full of, but the more there's a recent documentary by german Korbel and the more you look at the document. He knows too many things. He knows too many things that that proves that he absolutely worked at area fifty one he got arrested for bringing people to look out. Did you look over where the area where they would launch the spaceships and he's got video of these things fly to the air, doing all these maneuvers that no conventional space craft could do in nineteen, eighty, whatever the fire was. We got arrested him without some type of a like, like like, Nda with extraterrestrials. They don't talk about yeah. I feel like the U
submitted just governments in general throughout the world have some Nba will kill you, I don't know how problems the same, Leonardo Caprio uses on his girlfriend, so he's got the greatest indian history in the game. For now holy should behave, mean shit. Nobody is a fuck about it yo. So we had to pay people and they don't care. They'll come out and talk about it. Later we had uh LISA Ann on a podcast right. I just popped up porn, star yeah, flagrant two right and LISA Ann came on and she was talking about ten days and how stupid women are for obeying them, and I was like wow. Come out and she's like what do they have to lose? They don't have any money exactly so she's like you have a bunch of fuckin' heels in your apartment. You think that Leonardo Dicaprio is going to your heels. You could break any fuckin' Nda, but for whatever reason they get scared. You pay a woman. Half a million dollars, tell it to keep her mouth closed. She
If the Nda Nda says she has to pay you back what you want exactly right on the money forever more money, but one is Bill O'Reilly he had to pay a lady, thirty two million dollars and there's no I need to see what she looks like. Can we look at this one? You know with this of why you know why old yeah can we There's no picture of this woman. I don't know Z, thirty two million disposing on blast, but I would love to. I would love to see what she looks like thirty two million he agreed to it on the market sometime today felt he mother did something he didn't want. Nobody even remotely here about pegs bills get paid one hundred percent, yet it's not even about what actually happened is about what the person said they did to you that can ruin she's got basically in twenty ninety x she's got pics she's got video something's going to be in a guaranteed ain't. Dna she's got his shift under her thumb nail I guarantee, and a guy like bill has to keep a certain like. I guess you know standard about him.
Right. You have to look at him a certain way in order to listen to what he said yes in order to take his his information. You know I guess seriously yeah. Lose all that equity in his audience. He's out there doing. While she did, he actually did Malcolm he's gone anyway. Is it over for bill while he's not on Fox news? he's podcast. He was the number one guy and they were like not worth it yeah man an old building showing y'all be talk about cancer coach bill really got cam yeah came over in a big way, and I think he does do some type of broadcasting now, but nobody cares while he that out. A book in the book was number one New York Times. Bestseller has box yeah, it doesn't history books. Yes, you know like. I don't even think he ransom. I think he just put his name I wonder why that guy like build, oh because think about it. Like you started your own platform, you know I'm saying, and people really care about your voice. Do people ever really.
Care about bill's voice to think about why people did not but check it right. So it's like. Sometimes you become a mouthpiece for a network or foreign ideology they believe in, and this is the difference. This is how you find out. If people really fuck with you, the second you leave that network. It's like when people leave you spn and you never hear about them again is like. Oh, you thought you were bigger than ESPN right because you are bigger than the sports here. They just want you to say strike. Well, that's it yeah. So I think we learned that bill really didn't have all that cash that we thought we had. Yeah, that's why I like the ESPN is a good analogy. That's why you gotta get people like skip Bayless props He got his email Hill Prob yeah. They can go other places, yeah we'll still care about what they have to say. Even if it's just been tweaks right, I don't even know a bill or at least put a hand with I'm at. Something around like bill or I'm sure it is, but you never see him he's never known for call bill. O'reilly said this on social media. When the last time you heard Bill O'Reilly say something might not even be. I made some news yeah. He may
not even be own bro broke podcasting from his like apartment, something like two no background, nothing really yeah, it's bad. It's not even wearing like suits skeleton as well t shirt. Who is bill, o Rogan Bro, we gotta look him up. We got to see the girl, he looked at him and see how they're living right single guys like that they say, will just lay low for a couple years and then someone will scoop you up again. Now, the one Fox and Fox lets you go if you're one of those guys those neocon guys like you, don't really have any place else to go. Hey hey, he's too old to really understand the landscape of life. How to navigate this new? in in that got plenty of conservative. This is we don't have those big platforms right to Candace own time in large bins broke out on either well, no make
really the only sure days he's wearing a nurses, outfit underneath there's no no dance on for sure did dad or on his is your for sure it for real and what two one did that should take his wardrobe. Now you can now. This is not good. Those moves watch, the film full, No spin news know billoreilly dot com. Now we need to get some new shorts. You probably one thousand views on whatever video. That is what it says on Twitter. There are no charges, you are presumed innocent in this country. This is not what the left wants. What is this about was rant about, they were maybe we trailer report scroll down. How many people were watching that? How many people
have him on twitter? How many followers do million followers he has in that video had five hundred and eighty one thousand views. Can you look at him right there in that video right now go down now scroll down? Do you think he's doing the orange thing to reflect, trying to percent he's bringing them in white? Look, that's one hundred percent orange thing, he looks like turmeric yeah, but you don't look anything like looks real life. That's like an instagram. How update your picture? Son, thirty, two million dollars, walking, disappoint or and go down. The two people are watching watching these five hundred thousand views yeah, definitely watching it, but now he's in a vacuum, but it's those crazy old white people that live in Kansas. It is a man, a win is a win
And if you got five hundred and eighty thousand people that can watch when you put up a video and you can still get paid for it, I'm cool with that's true. You know, I'm saying I think we put too much emphasis on like ever heard mainstream it didn't there's no such thing as mainstream does not with just one scream anymore right now, it's over! That's why it shows a british ob. That's why we wanted you guys to connect Mmhm, because I feel, like you guys, represent the most. I think you will are both the most influential people in media right and you represent, put that kind of Well, I think that evil on me Ricky Bobby Portent, no because I think these guys represent, and I think the illusion It was before I went on before I went on here, first The illusion was, at these things, operated in separate spheres right that there are these different vacuums like the Charlemaine world right and then the rogue in world, and then I went on. I found all these people that knew me from our pop cast that also listen to yours right, so it now in that moment is uh, oh shoot it's not as fractured as people think
because everybody is aware if people always been hit me for years like I got it on Joe Rogan's idols or only got on your old, and so this is just clearly that the worlds collide saw an Inter connected, especially this internet wave, that world right now the internet with people are craving this type of information, the craving the type of interviews you guys are doing and and talking to the people that are talking to right- and I don't know for me, this is really cool to see what they like people like the fact that everybody could do. Everybody show it's not like you like Jimmy Kimmel. Never does like the Seth Meyers show soon so, but you know I mean it's so yeah. Everything is not that world is very disconnected. Whereas this world, the internet world, like like for the comics in podcasts, no competition. Everybody helps everybody. Everybody supports. So everybody I mean one thing. I've always noticed about your platform, like you always bought on up I comedians who just needed that extra push to for people to know what they are,
this important yesterday day, genuinely funny for is insane you can only make a story that said in that tragic and turn it into a sitcom. She was talking yesterday, she's talking yesterday about her ex husband who shot her in the tendency to each other in the head shot. In that it shot in the back of the head shot until he got her pregnant. It was fun when she was twelve got her pregnant when she was fourteen with two kids by the time she was sick. Teen. She had an abortion when she was sixteen with his third kid. She called him up to try to get to apologize to her. He wouldn't apologize to her, so she forgave him and she said it. Least like this huge weight off of her shoulder. She was talking about it. You can't believe our story. I mean I was this city she's laughing about course now, yeah. I got yeah at whole forgiveness thing. We talk about that all the time. How would they hold like? I forgive you and it makes me feel better. I'm fine, not
Talking with you, I'm fine, saying fuck this guy fuckes person, like I don't care but give you when I saw you know the Emmanuel movie just came out. You know the shooting. That happened and saw this document and, like all of the family members for gave Dylann roof, and I'm like there's one dude in it. It's like fun. He killed I'm like yes yeah. I guess that's a perfectly fine emotion! You go talk to your therapist about it. You allow yourself to feel like yes poke him. Why? we feel like we got to forgive I know in wind- comes off our shoulders. I think he's for her. It was like she was carrying around our whole life. No, I do for her just helped her and she knew he was a piece of shit when she was talking. She said to him like you were fucking me when I was twelve years old and he literally said this to her your mind. Your body wasn't twelve as what he said to her and she was just like so she decided after that, like I'm, not going to invest my energies in this case, I'm going to let it go.
Also just doesn't talk with, doesn't talk to them. She doesn't. She doesn't carry around the hate. That was a it was poised. Her yeah I get it, and I understand the power of forgiveness is a reason why it exists right now. The reason why it's you know it's still here for thousands of years. This idea of hey, let's forgive so that we can feel better right at the I think I think, usually things get weeded out if they don't work. Well, it's hard to forgive someone who doesn't feel bad about what they did. It's one thing: if you like man, I walked up. I'm sorry, please forgive me yeah. Like I get it you're a person. Human beings make mistakes. I forgive you if someone is like you, You weren't, you know you weren't twelve, mind your mind. Your body he's talking about when you, when you were twelve years old, I have an eleven year old daughter and the idea of 'em grown man fucking. Now. We gotta go bow hunting, vinyl, yeah, yeah you know you might fuck him up and then after you fuck him up be like you know what it's all good
you know, I'm saying that you put a fuckin' arrow in his fucking. That's it you know so yeah. It's also, maybe forgiveness isn't misconstrued, maybe you're not actually forgiving the person and letting them off for what they did. But you may be just removing them from your consciousness: people forgive when they're not going to now yeah realize. I'm not gonna slap the out this week with some huge punches in the face, but I for one no more, I don't know we do. We do sometimes we make mistakes. Industry was a my vision, but you you got it you christian, you might the worst part of my probably when I would get to that point again is when you want to do something to somebody so bad, but when you get the opportunity, you don't yeah and you realize that not that important to you, then at that moment
maybe, like you know what God bless, yeah That's when you guys have like surpassed people in your career that were pieces of shit to you, as you were coming up, did, did the anger that you had towards them totally leave your body. No, Absolutely you hold on to the right books about it. Jordan at the press conference live forever. I need you in by the way. God bless you, but the fact that the facts Yes, you did fire me right. You know Boogie d from uh from Philly. You didn't fire. Me so what you doing right now, but how you feeling he does, he does radio in Saint Louis he does yeah. They told him that if he, if, if he fired me and whatever but it didn't work. They were going to send him back to Saint Luke, had moved from Saint Louis to do Beta PD in Philly He fired me what he bought in didn't work and they kept their word and they sent it.
See back in Saint Louis garbage product testing form though yeah, but everything worked out for everybody he's living a great life of Saint Louis, I'm living a great life life? have you seen that Jordan. What is it yeah get into now see also what was it was famous? He wouldn't stop talking bout journalists. Well. The remember every that says, he's Bernard Hopkins. Remember remember numbers the fighter. He need, to be the villain. He need to be adult for the motivation yeah I don't use, Now people are shooting on y'all and, like you know, when I surpass them because we want it now when I start passing this goes away. It's weird it's morning, I'm not saying it goes away, but I have to remind you mind you that you told me I wasn't gonna make it I'll. Tell you that when I was when I was starting out as a comic- and I was it was rough in New York and Mother Fockers Dickens teacher used to carry a list of
we have this in my quality of all the people, I was going to say fuck, you too, when I passed them and as I would start to pass them, I felt 0i filled your anger. I'll start to feel bad yeah, I don't have a gauche it you're. Still in the same place. That's why you are dick to me 'cause. I was all you had to be addictive. Well, that's the type of person that is a dick to someone who's coming up the person who's like this fam. Mentality. Yes, I think there's not enough. Yes, so you try to keep people away get away get away, whereas the people that don't have famine sound like come on, come on, come on. Let's do it plenty forever, but yeah you don't have everybody. I don't have anger top five four times from radio. You know what I'm saying. So, I'm not angry to people that find me, but the people who told me things like, like there's a guy name, DJ cabins, all cycling who told me I wouldn't one of my first time. I got fired him. I would never work in radio again because I was an adult and then you know, but do you me this is why you'll never make it in radio, so those two individuals just need to
remind people need to know that they made those cause. When you like to know the person that cut Michael Jordan from the basketball team high school yeah, wouldn't you like to know the person that didn't hire Oprah the newscaster back in there? Would you like to know anything just want to know? yeah. By the way I've had other executives in radio. You know like smooth my God Doc Windows, doc. When he told me that one person, ticular. He would never hire because they fired me and couldn't give him a reason why When you ask him why he was like I just I just I didn't like what he was doing. Do like. I never had a person. So that's why certain people need He told me in reminded about the television stations they made it like a single some strong grudges income like it's great that you know. The difference is also that you get hired for these jobs, and you can get fired by these assholes and there's always that weird power play between producers and executives happens with television shows and networks, and it
the radio that was it this. This a power play the thing about comedies as, like you know you just work in a different club, has no real. Only mean is a little weird struggle between you, any other comedians, but that's not where real struggle between you in the club. Once you go in there you sell out, you kill your friendly to everybody. They don't give a a hundred percent LA thank now here's your money. Well, there is last lasting care and it doesn't matter how much of a diva you are. Everybody knows the story in comedy any great. And you know the refrigerator and even as the best writer I don't know, he's a writer until we get it right and he's had it forever right, no right or mean like the thing they're right on me pronouncing it wrong. Ghostwriter could go bad so, but apparently his rider, which means like the ship. That's in the green room, yeah any means a brand new pair of air force ones for every show. A lot of people do that what yeah yeah a lot of people have
sneaker riders, wait a minute fuckin' up 'cause, I haven't asked for anything but water. You would think that the most important thing in standard right, like you, need a comfortable talking shoes right when you on that stage. There are more than just adding yeah, some guys have it where they want a fresh pair size, eleven or whatever they were right there. So they get to the number I, where I'm at all until right when they get onstage, that's it yeah. What's in your rider eyes like Jack Daniels, wine meet water, simple sugar, free Redbull, specific beef and shut like that. You got something so I don't eat garbage right now, stuff like that. Nothing, nuts, macadamia nuts and pistachios normal ship read Emma.
Ms. The only reason we green light, the Green ones- okay, I mean that it would would you say about stand up? Is the beauty of independent story like that's? Why that's why everybody who gives me to run through the end of the age at which causes the comedy club still accept the They were saying: did you see that we I thought he was right? I forgot. Why would or something like that, and he was like. Oh Jay will be doing stand up in three months. Do do you watch those videos? No, and why do you? Why do we entertain that she'd love it the World just a lot of bs out there. First of all I have now. If this is me off that he does videos on twitter. Take that ship, the Instagram. No, he doesn't. He thinks twitter is bad, that he thinks he's home is reading glasses in his hand, I mean he's going blind. He seventy one years old. Did you see the dm he sent that dude? amazing with all the other night from Ogi, but you understand that with strategic right. He spent that on Monday, Monday was the 25th anniversary of the bucking Bronco chase. So you think that
I just want to be in the news. I was. I was also strategic move. I don't think he's not smart. I think what's going on, is he reacting to someone fucking with him and he doesn't? He doesn't know how to just let ships live. Somebody makes a parody video or he's doing his twitter, hello, twitter, world and then someone's got Well, please in the background, so he gets mad and he dms that person who made that video I'm going to cut you. I don't think I think said: I'm gonna cut yeah yeah. I think our strategic man, I think he knew it was the 25th anniversary to Bronco Chase Oj is only relevant, is the fact that he got away with murder. So he has to remind us of that fact all the time. In order for us to give a foot, did you ever see the videos he did when he was doing rap when he was dressing up like kings in Miami yeah? You just like a rebel. Yes, had you know Jamie yeah, we can we can't play right off of Youtube. Real, quick. That stuff was fake, that DM. What's up the demos fake
yeah. So I listen to Jim and SAM yesterday actually like broke down instantly. He made in a fake account with like it was the real og he just made the l capital. I I gave him donkey today for no fucking reason, God, looking back, I'm glad, I'm glad he's not that stupid. Is that when I'm going to bed with a, why give somebody the credit they deserve to be as to when I get? You can't be that stupid that thirsty for attention Jay is, it's kind of it's kind of a relief that he's not that thirsty this is OJ when he was doing rap music right now. But we can now is that we can't play the music, but he had girls out there dancing around their underwear in the OJ was wrapping, didn't have like a crown or something there. He is dressed up in my white face and all sorts of things make it girls in it. Oh god
I don't think so, Jim and riding away with killing these two people for too long well, crazy Bitchez will still Fuckem Bro guarantee insane. I don't understand this part of women at all, like the women that, like meet people in jail, and then they like get married to them until you like. What is this about? It think about that? Dick when they come home jail dick some of those guys never get to, given that jail dick there in jail for ever and then get your conjugal visits, and they still want to marry him but the wire track to the killers. So they want killers. They want killers. In specifically, they want killers, they kill women. What yeah? That's that's a thing with some women with really up women. They they're attracted to men who kill women CAD deal happen.
Girls, want to get choked. Why you gotta go to that extreme, what's wrong with his spank spanking, it show, you think. Do you think all the choking incident in, like you know how, like some girls, have a great fantasies like that? Do you think? That's all because men have just become such pussies; they want to see if they have the ability to even do it. No, I think some girls have this prime need to know that you can kill them, but don't they know that this it turns him on static right. Is that protect him attack Killam yeah for sure, but they want to know you could kill them, not that you're going to kill them. More get someone else trying to get them that hand on your neck without choking you, they want to be like close to the door of you doing something vital to them, while you're fucking him, so it feels good while you got control over there
life. You really have like you're holding their national controller. Why do we need to face it all these dudes that, like Zhirkov with like a belt on her neck and check that we call them weirdos? It's just women yeah, but that's different! That's autoerotic but it's not a big chunk of it is, but I think the choking is you're doing it. Man is doing it to you, it's not it's the you're running out of oxygen because someone squeezing the blot out your brain right, but it's also that someone's doing it to you while you're. What a do you guys go for the whole choke, because what I do his I like put my hand, there and then I kind of just tense my forearm, but I don't really squeeze the fingers 'cause I want you know kind of like shows like that. She won't. Let me do that. She wants the whole choke. Not she doesn't like that. She doesn't like that because she knows you could do it, but it's not just that. It's like she see if you took people out regularly, she knows you're capable, but the kind of girl that wants you to children like that. I think you should leave that one alone dude my wife
I mean we've got at least not know. Did all that stuff is kind of like society, but she's like a lot of choking weaving together twenty two years old. He wanted players, have a John DOE. She liked it! It's not for us to do is happening to you. Girls love it. They do love it, but I think it's really because they see men's pathetic. Now they seem in his babies and the more pathetic and like cooked up a guy. Is there like? Ok, choking slapping around show me that you have some testosterone. Show me you have some sort of you. Gotta go go Jason pussied! Oh, my God, Richard Ramirez used to have girls visiting him Manson that was married when he died along Manson had charm. He must've had something. No, you must have some bad fame, fame he has always been in the trash wasn't famous in the beginning when he was getting people to do all that wild shit. He was missing.
Little bit Manson right! Well, he wasn't famous buddy was a cult leader. So right, so he was the leader of a small group, so he was infamous infamous amongst that group of people. You got at least turn a couple people to turn it into a cult like eventually it becomes part of it. But if you look at social media, you realize that every leash it right and they really should have a following. You know saying five hundred Follow us on social media is pathetic right, but hundred in real life. Yeah huge him get a man Jim Jones, specially in sixty seven yeah, I have met you, get ten people to get ten people to kill itself. Seven my God, man, some people can't ten people to a comedy. That's what I'm saying different kind of captive audience yeah. You would imagine no like you going to fax something like there's no organization. Everything has to happen in real life. What would my long beach la well. He must have the speech when he made everybody drink. The Kool aid, Bro
me tell you something about him, but he had to that must have been a no. They were drinking that wasn't even Kool aid. You know cool, it took a bad rap. It was some like cheap Cosco brand, which existed even back, then I think late existed, so he went with the generic. They will also be delicious colors, like they didn't, have enough money for all cool. It is can't, say what I would call the drink a serving in the Dominican Republic. A result, the Dominican all these people. They should try to get at big papi. No, no. No. It died at resorts that that was an assassination attempt. Hold people are dying at these resorts there. Listen all these Americans are being poisoned, one lady got beaten to death and raped. She didn't get beaten to death, but like beating after that, she survived. Like her whole head was just big Swi, oh in Mass, if you have blood in injuries yeah everything is stored at that worked at this resort. She and where at least he was wearing an outfit,
after over the head and did all kinds of crazy shit turn left her for dead. Did I read a story today as a group of high school kids who went to the der of Celebrate, graduation or whatever all of them up in the hospital and nobody who knows why they should happening. Nine people have died at these resorts and nobody knows what a lot of them are dying from pulmonary adima and heart. Failure that it's like some blood issue and there drinking. Things from the mini bar in Buffalo can what you know who little wall around er in a minute. What is the number of people? number of people have died over there now willing to seven nine, nine hundred and ninety nine and it's happening in the resorts. The same spots, yeah get the funk yeah the offer. We gotta go to DR. What what that's hunting right there, let's get into it. This is a this is
get to the bottom of it. You don't really want to do some nature should show you want to go. Do some matrix it. Let's go, hunt some rapists in the der. I wonder what's happening, I don't is right. Now that is, is people die from drinking if it's in a drinking at these many by the drink at these bars and like they've, been testing? The alcohol and it's like bake alcoholism shift like that. I don't know what the fuck is going on. I just know: nine people have died, yeah, I'm not going now. Yeah, I'm not going You can't do it takes it, takes nine people going off a cup, your whole tourist economy. You would think, but we live in this area. People like oh shit. Let's go and see if we can survive the der, like it's become like a fucking game on yeah, well yeah! Well, this one anybody dies of a cocaine overdose. Everybody wants it. Should I cool I want the good ship anywhere that they never do. Coke. No, never ever done it. You ever do coke or fixing of coins. I smoked in a blunt with some weed back in the day, but I've sniffed it thanks. It was like the lines are on the table and I just wanted to make the people around feel comfortable. Almost.
Awesome training? They should be working to think about going to couple cops mutherfucking. You just do like this, and you knock. It off on your face and you just go wow everybody's eyes, but it's not like they really fussy, nowhere to black to say woo after doing coke, too, I don't know It took a little movie, the movie. Also he let out a God. Damn replay will have had on tv that MA today, cocoa tea that he made out of Coca leaves yeah any of those apparently the leaves, if you just chew, are actually good for you there. If I nutrients. It's like it's like a cup of coffee, but it's healthy. It's actually good for you like those those high altitude, herders a big wad of that shift in their mouth. They chew on it and that releases into their bloodstream, and it's actually healthy. It's not bad for you, it's when they process it and turned into cocaine. That's bad! That's when it gets wet! I've had is coca leaves
in a initi form, so you just take the leaves and it's like in a tea bag. You drink the tea. It just makes you kind of like hyper, and you too much I'm not going to small smoke that cocaine with that. We by accident that was the best high I've ever had my mother. Really, yes, I used to always say I would do it again by if it was sent home. What I think I'm too old for this now but back then my god. I remembered how I like it was yesterday my what a feeling like he said of you. You just feel like very alive, like you feel aware, like everything just seems bright, even when it's dark out and it's just like you feel like you're, actually, on top of something right? It's just like you just feel mad hyper, but when you crash you crash came over when you cry you guys Washington, DMA Mdma yeah same here. It was once, though, you like it or not.
Love the feeling when I was on it. I did not like the next day I couldn't read. It was trying to read a magazine and I couldn't read. It looks like it's just can't I couldn't follow it yeah. My brain was so dried out to shut down just it was just dead, and then I went on stage that night, eight schitt yet 'cause the sin those are firing up. It was slow and sloppy. My delivery was off looked up when you say they should I thought literally, I was like. Oh. I can't wait to hear this story started. Reaching in your funky pants and he pulled out so bombed, I've been going to burning man last few years, really yeah. Last three years I've been documenting, hippie, pussy till it's not even really like. For me at least, I haven't even really been flocking there. No,
no dude, you don't you're, not showering you're, all fucking hopped up on drugs and shut down. I think the fuc communities exist, but I don't want to sell it. It's weird to like sell it, but it's a really cool experience. You would probably love it, but I tried Molly and it was you know. People say like when you tried drugs. It gives you this heightened version of reality that you can't come to naturally right and then you have a new perspective because of it. Some people say that, like acid or mushrooms and these types of things it was weird because for the first time in my life I felt past, emotionally fill full. It was like excess that make sense, you don't kill on stage and you walk off and you just want to like help people yeah 'cause, you filled up the void, and then you have a little extra right. Yeah Somali put me there and I was like oh. This is how people who feel no void operate like I was just calling. My parents called my best friends and tell him I love him and
I'm going to take care of your kids if anything happens like what the flow yeah. Maybe it just gave me the courage to do things you want to do. But for whatever reason you choose not to write, because you know before I'm busy trying to fill the void right, be it through laughs or through content. Whatever we're doing- and here I had the access, it was an interesting experience making. Ok, I can probably hit this, maybe without the drug. I can do things in my life exercise. Gratitude. The gratitude Hunter sent yeah, that's the money person, it went all Dr Wayne, W Dyer said that you won't find your true purpose, your true purpose in life to service to others right. So I think most people at a public servant and give their lives the other people and I think the death, the ultimate high. But it's so crazy. It's like you, get to notice that until you're there, like it's so easy to sell to tell people how you should be grateful and then you'll feel better. But if they're not able to feel the sensation of gratitude you're explaining to them your
in Chinese to someone who doesn't even know what the the languages yeah. But we're all in this like unique situation, where we've probably experience that we probably you know, tried to find ways to give back, etc, and then we felt really good, because if it were like, I should keep doing this. This is a really good feeling, but imagine someone who's like barely surviving yeah, but they still have something to give they just don't realize, like you, you might have ten dollars in your bank, come to guess what it's a homeless person on the street that has zero brown get Medalla. You might feel great, and then we take that dollar. He saw appreciate like thank you. Thank you like well that'll make. You will immediately feel better yeah, really just helping people without any. You know You have no ulterior motive for it's a great feeling I thought that would calm right like we always look at common. We think that com is what you put out is what you're supposed to get back. No com is just an action and you're supposed to do those things just because it's the right thing to do, yeah I think also common involves you feeling the way you feel about yourself, because You do shitty things. You feel you have a bad cell
you live in your karma. That's why people don't get it's not like. Here's a dollar for a homeless guy. Five minutes later I should get ten dollars, not investment, comma right now. I feel better when I'm acting right, like it's now you can't run from yourself. Like you go, you go to sleep every night. You look in the mirror like when you jackov, if you think about like you, know, yeah, you know and- and I think a lot of people don't understand that concept like once you like, I can. I can do for people dirty because I know I did somebody do it. I can't do something because you carry that 'cause. I know I did something fast. You know, and even when somebody does something for me, I gotta go through my phone They might do something fuckedup this person that I do something that then the no. I didn't that's their problem and that's the competitive advantage of sociopaths. Is they don't carry the negative karma sure right? They have the interaction we, the three of us would walk around afterwards, like National done that what the was wrong with me. I feel like a a of they just go all right that happen. I don't believe it. No
that's why they, if they're affected in business? That's why they're effective in politics? That's why you see these personality type succeed, not with the ability to just destroy thousands like. Why are you just here, but I think visually it catches up to all the. I think that it doesn't make sure just suppressing so much, but eventually I think that just I think they should just explode in them because then go crazy if they don't get killed. There are people, though the don't experience, any emotions. The way we we expand. No empathy, yeah, there's a there. They're broken something wrong with the synapses yeah I would like to have a long time yeah, the eighth, when I, when I started going to therapy when I started like piecing things together, but I I I I made myself cold just because of how yourself, yeah and how I felt like the world in the business was treating me yeah at a certain point. Yeah I mean I, I was purposely making myself called, and I thought that was the way that I had to be you for going to read books like the Laws of power when you're young- and you know you study all of these people who got
to a certain point. They all had like this. This disc, just just coldness about them, like this restlessness, like I'll step on anybody to get to where I need to be, but then you realize you, mother, miserable that's the to, so you're on the island right when I yeah right and were you hang with any down fo'c'sle yeah. So there's is a comic Amil. Duval he's he's. I really think he's one of the people who understand life better than anybody on this planet. My guy and a brother is a good buddy of our. He's fucking, brilliant and he says he's saying dude for the smile, big song there. You go ok well built when I'm telling you stop. Sender comes out today.
Yeah shall stick easy man. Let's move on Espy's last time we were talking about. How is he was going to do it now, but um he's one he's got. I promise you. His understanding of life is unparalleled, unparalleled to anybody. I've ever seen, and you see a song like smile bits, and we see it maybe on surface value, but everything he does has a purpose and he's aware of the purpose right, he's aware that Nrg puts out in the ecosystem and how it effects the ecosystem, and he was telling me how he likes to go to the island to visit him in Bahamas. He likes to be in the mamas, and it's like. Why do you like to be there? He goes people understand what life is here. I gotta talk about. He goes
They don't get caught up in the bullshit that we caught it caught up in the states right and like in the states. Everybody here thinks they're going to be millionaire. Everybody knows we have lottery or reality show some viral video and you go to the island and they understand that they are going to live and die there, and then they start to realize. Hey. I gotta just maximize happiness in life. Try to get some chicken tenders on the island where Bahamas it takes five thousand and fifty minutes an hour for fucking five chicken tenders, I'm like. Why is it taking so long? And he looked at me, What's the hurry, if a lot of purposes Israel Buddhist, like it's a lot of it- is a lot he doesn't. He doesn't know that when philosophy like he's he's aware of who is he don't even You can run out there who does he like? I I didn't go to school, no Buddha who should know he took part in putting knows instinctively. He easily have no formal education comes from nothing and the way that he's found a way to understand humanity. It says competitive advantage in industries, then he just truly understands made
last week. Complicated the issue. Do we have is that, like capitalism is complicated things, you know the the the cultures that we strive to be a part of have complicated things. The truth of the matter is life is about treating people good. In a public servant in dying translate. It looks like he's the crazy thing he goes. He goes. I love I love, and this is what's hard to understand because I love hanging out old people. I'm like why he was because they understand like what do you mean he was you eventually get to a certain point where you realize you're going to die and all these things that you want to accomplish that you thought you had to accomplish and all this ship that you thought you had to get done in order to yourself is meaningless. It was just distraction, I get there yeah, that's the concept, but it's not really hard to swallow too 'cause. You have to let go of ego right. You have to go. You have to go. Ok, I'm ok as I am, and I'm ok having a good conversation with somebody or a good interaction today or just fucking sitting on the beach and looking at the stars right. These are
cool things, that's just as valuable as having a Youtube clip hit a million or something like that, and these things aren't any different in the grand scheme. Grand scope of things right, yeah, I believe in the law of attraction right, your thoughts become things. So that's why it's hard for me to grasp the concept of ok. When are you going to die because my mind. I wanted out I'm ninety a hundred years old. You know you re certain things in a like. No, you have to embrace it. You have to tell yourself every day you're going to die. Could then you live your life like every day? Is your last yeah? I that's all I can't do you Fletcher I've heard that name
So much of our lives yeah. He had a heart transplant last year and he came on the park as a year after his heart transplant and you've never seen the guy more loving and open and friendly and thankful, and tells everybody loves, amaze, hugging everybody and just genuinely grateful, because he was at death's door, like legitimately it distorts. Heart was failing him, his father's hearted failed them is, it is brothers he is, is like he's got congenital heart disease in this family and he knew that his heart was going. He had had a heart attack, exceeded surgery and they transplanted it's fucking heart and they put a womans heart inside from two wow, also fucked with him. That's why he's crazy wow? No, but I mean it's just like just that's one, the one that fit yeah? You know, there's like this is matches you and we're ready to do it damn so now here he is a year later, but that guy has like this renewed lease on life and he just close like a like a like a
religious figure, as he got closer three concept for a movie like somebody who was a male chauvinist, all his life and shiting on women and then had to get a woman's heart. The whole Jim Carrey Movie or something that's put nail polish on jealous for no reason. Wow yeah pretty interesting crazy, but it is interesting. It's like that's. Why now we're getting to the Fa Cup thing like this idea? There is no good and bad things just are, etc, right but like, but there's good and bad, and how the energy that you put out how it affects people, if you do a bad, saying it hurts a bunch of people's lives. Yes, as you're really you're changing how those people can interact with all the people they experience as well. Yeah, yes, is that there's a ripple effect with the eco system. Right but, like let's say you look at like you were early, we're talking about, bears right or maybe I was watching a clip your shop you're talking about. He was you Duncan and you like, bears really just attack baby animals. That's what they they you know. They be the yeah, the whatever they can, but the most the most most, the baby
the deer that die. Didn't they just sit there like animal pedophiles right there, just killing, Fuckin' kids right, that's what they do right, that's what they thought into Coca COLA. Coca COLA sponsor is an animal pedophile. Just eating baby seals right, so that in our culture would be a piece of ship. What if there was a group of people that just killed kits right right, we would call the pieces of ship. That would be a bad thing right, but that's just uv knowledge within the ecosystem of that those animals. It's necessary yeah right
the bears need to. How do we know, though? How do we not is not fucking groups of animal rights activists? Animals in the woods saying he's sucking, bear meat about killing yourself, video, we don't know what's wrong with these. Animals are really talking about and really disgusting. You know the shark fins soup Young Charlotte. You know, sharks, finish soup; no, they cut, they just cut the fins off the shark, and then they let the sharks sink to the bottom of the ocean, and I- and I write it just seems like can't swim. It just sinks at the bottom and and there's somebody tweeting about how horrible it is, but I bet there's a bunch of fish that are pulling up on that shark, like look what we got here. You go. Ok, right so got say you been doing yeah staying there when they see you know they get suck on my god him fuckin' humans with guns again animals are way smarter than we give them credit for they have instincts. Now we got a little more than instinct some some do. Some animals are smart. You know it's interesting moose or some of the dumbest, the dumbest Phuc
because you know why why so big 'cause he's gonna, take him out there, so big all they would do is stomp stomp wolves, that's all they have to do was try to come after him and then they just came on pump. If I was removed, too low. Could I be looking at Joe like yard them? You know really are here with us now and that is my phone got to do. You don't have the nerve to and if you looked at it, do not shoot the moving like Funky, it's from a game of thrones what that, what's that guy's name yeah Thorne Board Jones. Okay, I don't know his, I q, but I can't imagine it's incredible noon. Do you think Six hundred and ninety three hundred pounds looking to figure shit out, it might not have to- but some dudes choose to this giant dudes that are smart, sfak, small cocks, that's what love people would like to think. So we have to think you have to make yourself feel better. Maybe sixty nine hammer always say that about shack. Someone saying that he's got a little dick compared to what you are right. I read. I read creation compared to a bear, is so big. I read current stuff his book current Steven said she had sex
super head super head. She said it's not little, it's just regular! So it's like his dick pilot Ignore me when on shack right, just like that nine inches, any really big for you. Shag yesterday said Chris Rock joke about the background he's like. I don't have a big dick, but I got a small. Something like that. So it looks like he's so skinny that his dick was big gotcha gotcha, gotcha, gotcha gotcha needs to come through with a time Warner. Remote connect me fifteen inches Jackie, that gun on his dick. That should be kept boring company. What is that called Joe? not a flame thrower! That's what shack need! Anything else is disappointed. Woman. I guess what I'm saying is like like with see T Fletcher right
He needs to see death in order to like have this amazing revelation about life and maybe the fuckedup things that happened in the world right. Maybe if there is some sort of design to all this may be the fact of things that happen in the world. Allow us to have a little bit of empathy enjoy for being able to be here, but you gotta, give 'em, about life worth of work. I can think about all the near death experiences. I had whether it was somebody pulling a gun on me whether it was you know me being drunk. Is she eating, wrecking my mom's white, Lumina Caravan and literally? The only reason I survived is because I didn't have a seat belt on it, because I was so drunk that the impact didn't kill me. I didn't think about stuff like that. Until decades later, and it happened in the moment it was just like. I would Oh, I got a gun pulled on me, but when you're older- and you got three daughters
When I look at my wife and I look at people that love and care about me, and I really appreciate in value life now, I start thinking back on. Actually what the fuck was. I thinking right. I think it was shit about life back then, but I can get an anxiety attack thinking about those past moments, because those problems would have caused so much not to happen. If I died yeah, it's not a care, you gotta care and you have to have something to care for, and that's one of the things that really changes when you have children. So absolutely just change. Chappelle said the best thing to me: you said not only did change. How much I love he goes. It changed my capacity for love, it teaches you how to love yeah, you might not even know what real love is until you have children and you realize, like man. This is like my heart walking around outside my body and you feel a different level. Of a different level. Empathy like I go, I'm about my my daughter that attract me like two three years ago and she was learning the long jump in in is like the first time
ever did. The long way was literally with even a meal like practice right, and so she goes to do the job, and I just I go. Oh my god that was horrible and she just parsed out in the tea is, and I'm like what the did. I just do. What did I say? My wife like it with was just was a problem and another pair to come in like it'll, be fine, you do perfect got to shut the up. She didn't do good, but I I didn't understand that my word meant everything to her like everything. So I just took all her confidence out of her in just that. One snap of a finger like pain and that's even think about that. She now hurts my heart, but I've never made that mistake again. Now, I'm the father that that overly tells her how great is in, and I know how to explain to her if she does something that, I necessarily don't think is great. I know how to explain it to her in where she can do better and she's very receptive to this, Yeah changes who you are, how many kids, three ok. So all too I'll call was a hoe
a past life, let me go wrong. Tell you this is. I have a joke about about how much it's changed the way I feel about life, the mom daughter was little. There was two bananas, and one is brown and up an old, and one of them was perfect and I those who bananas- and I know my daughter- loves bananas, so she probably wanted nice bananas. I ate that fuckedup banana. So while sitting there eating this mushy with mashed potato texture banana, I was thinking this is not another person in this world. I would do that for because I love my wife. My wife is an amazing person, but it was just me and my wife I'll be like. I guess that bitch is
she. After three times you saw the wife three times you would later I'd jump in front of a bus for her. It's a it's a different thing. I don't like this people say I would die for you yeah, they don't mean it most of the time. Unless there are certain soldier was want to dive in a grenade. Yes, but if I could die- and I knew that my kids to be happy and healthy, but with but I've I live, they would die. I would die. I flew but I flew out a flow out here. I left I left New York five hundred and thirty this morning, simply because I was supposed to fly out last night, but my daughter had a track dinner which I forgot about. It was literally like attractiveness, Unfucking, gym serving chicken tenders in lasagna and pizza. In listening,
old town roll ten different times every every everybody gets a participation, participation trophy twelve place going to eleven place, I'm like yeah, but I stayed just to be. There changed my flight for everything just to fill out this morning. 'cause I needed to be there for that tractor yeah. You don't do that for people, that you don't absolutely love and adore. So here's a question you both have these kids and you need to balance the loving them so much and telling them the most amazing people in the entire world and not making them horrible human beings mon more than that not making them weak in a week you have to give them a person will never know what to do. If I think sports is that the key, the key to that make a do not nowadays difficult now. I know what you're saying about participation trophies but get involved in something competitive where they have to struggle so they'll learn what it's like to lose to learn what life is like in a kind of controlled environment, and then you can still nurture them in
yeah the difference between people to participate in sports. Some people, don't, as you learn what losing is, and some people never learn what losing is, and they just are terrified of it would be not teaching. These kids are losing the moral in sums in schools, schools, but I mean like competitive things like get your kids involved in martial arts, get your kids and involved in these things. That are just it's very clear: the binary one or zero either when you lose a those are important. You learn you learn like what struggle is, if you have a race right track, meets perfect example, someone one yeah, someone did not win. Yes, it No, like you got across the line and I'm second, I got to be. First of all can first, I gotta figure out how to run faster run fast. That's it! Well, you guys ever. Will you guys ever be openly disappointed in them? Will you show them that they you down the only time, I'm that way with my kids when they mean to each other. I tell them my girl. This is unnecessary. I know why why you're feeling this way
I know why you're mad at each other be can't be shitty. Dear sister, you can't do that. As of it's a bad thing, I you got to learn how to take a deep breath and think about the consequence of what you're saying it every time you do do some. And she learned from it yeah. It's really learning experience. I think for me, I'm just like that when I think that they're being ungrateful come, I don't know my older not in my second oldest is three, but So she doesn't really understand the concept mother daughter, nine months old, continual is had lived, a very privileged life, and sometimes you see that Bougie should come out here. I don't think this is just like this little things like I love this Alan called Anguilla. Not I mean we vacation like two three times a year like these long ten day, vacations just like Hank will again He was on the island of Luzon Green, using Grenada and her mom. Based on these come to me all the time, and they just talking like at the food is so much better and Anguilla in here
Mijo, not a fat, I was doing when I was thinking known as William Toys on fire in my backyard, but I'm gonna dump RD in Moncks Corner SC turn into teen wolf in a single wide foot. Control like that is the only thing that, like pictures, this lack of gratitude that perspective issue, though right you'll, never their wealthy, then never going to understand what it's like to be. So how you instill that in this impossible it's got. Anyways problem is man all of my favorite people have fuckedup child. Yes, but I don't want my kids ever not childhood. Not supposed to my mom, told me that we're here to make our children's lives better, like my mom, actually showed me, like my great great grandfathers, Since he had to pay one year seems like a quarter: but you will do something light, but back then That was a lot of money, so she was just saying that to me just tell me that every generation is supposed to be better 'cause. I got this thing sometimes when I feel guilty about doing so. Well,
but I don't have no fucking skill set like I didn't go to college, you know what I'm saying like I'm not, I don't feel special like. Why am I in position that I'm in my mother, with a school teacher with thirty plus years, mostly ever made, was thirty thousand dollars in South Carolina. I get that for a fucking appearance, so it's like that she will make you feel bad. Sometimes you'll feel a sense of guilt, so she was just showing me that to say, hey, every generation is supposed to be better the next generation, so our kids are suppose It would be way better than us yet, but don't you want to prepare them for that life like look at any of these movies or even stories about king that took power and then the sun that he has. Something's, always some spoiled little bitch who ruins the kingdom? Well, that's the thing find me a great man. Is a son of a great man, find me a man who thought if I may, great man, who is the son of a great man, because it's great man always has these weak little sons. It's like how do you like? Maybe you do, We need to create adversity for your kid. Maybe you do need to be a dick a little bit, and maybe it's selfish, to be sweet to your kid all the time because you're not
preparing them for the world when you're, not there. I think for the world when you let them find their own way, yeah, meaning like you gotta record yeah I don't want. I don't want my daughter to get into media. You know if they choose to cool my daughter likes to right now, so she wants to be an author. Fine, I'm not I'm not really an author who wrote a couple books. In what I'm saying what it goes right right, I'm not really an author! So I want I want. I want them to find their own way we find it on way, then that gives them that Take gritti in that purpose and everything else that they're looking for yeah. I think, when you hand them things yeah, that's when the eagle. Yes, all that others should not have to work for what I see in the communities that I live in this. I always like the rich kids that have nannies that take them everywhere. They don't see their parents for much of the parents, work all the time and the parents vacation without the kids they like to go back,
places. Where are the kids all the time to you see a lot of that those kids are getting fucked up and you see them as they get older, they're more more vacant. More more weird, more more detached yes, but the kids that are the family all the time, and they do things with the family. Then they get a richer experience. It's neglect and it's the parents that are like super even in there never home there working sixteen hours a day and that's why they live in this fucking giant mansion and drive around in a Bentley like those kids get fuckd up and they wind up getting on drugs and empty and looking for something to fill them up. Imagine your parents sent you to boarding school. I have a buddy of mine thirty. Minus Bryan Callen his parents ended up fucking boarding school in the United States and they didn't even live in the United States. They sent him to another country. Jesus where, where is Brian from I love by Brian, is from all over the world. His dad was a banker, an international banker or close home and traveled everywhere, and was
involved in some weird foreign ship weapon deals. We could talk later, is involved in some ufos and weapon, be leered ship and then sent his thirteen years old. So I don't see United States go to boarding school and Brian to this day, still little shell shocked 'cause of it yeah and azure parents. Send you away feeling more thirteen. It's yeah and imagine if you will get bored in school and got fuckin' molested or something because you would really hate like hate your parents, by the way you got molested her, I'm just saying: listen, something funny that hasn't been. That's funny diddled in something fuckedup happened really if you're fuckedup, if you're funny something funny yes, yeah yeah, I mean some pain yeah, she doesn't look like in them. You have to learn it. You have to learn it. Why would you need funny? It's like it's? Why? It's so rare to see people always say this about women, but like even attractive dudes like have you ever seen, like a male model that was funny right,
girls, carrot top in you fat, your story, sucked real talk! It's unless you I have to earn pussey like lesbians. Are hilarious, earn pushy right, listen, Fuckin', early, talker, Tiffany Haddish, yes, tragic hooked! Sorry! Yes, it's like she's, not fat, no This is enough to know that she had a strategy. Yeah, yeah, yeah yeah. The the the tragedy is awfully awfully be a fad of the tragedy. Yes, officials say the home is part of the Larry, because you trying you would never want your kid to become as pat, but you love Miss Pat you let me, but only because, like that, when you call to that kind of trauma, when you come out on the other side, you really unstoppable,
especially when you deal with what's going on in here, which is the toughest part right. I think that's what comedy does comedy is therapy for a lot of people such as hitting anything on one hundred percent therapy for a lot of people. That gives you an escape. Well, that's why she was able to accept what that guy did to her and forgive him, because she just she's passed it she's on the other side, she's gotten through on the other side, and it forces you to deal with the reality of world, like I think comics better than most people deal with the reality of the world and often is because I went through some kind of real ship right, so we go oh yeah. These things happen, so I can let my mind even operate in it when you exist in like a really privileged life emotionally and even mentally. When you exist in that space, you don't want to imagine that there are people starving. You don't want to imagine that people hungry or that their parents are abusing their kids, don't even want to go there. 'cause you have to when you grew up in yeah. I guess that's what life is with the phone right. My dad can hit me for a for my mom when you travel, you can appreciate where you're going we,
is your daughter's. Like again we go again. I went to South Africa in December, one hundred view of Mandela, Admin, one hundred birthday or something like that, and so Madonna material daughter so like a few months, she had a project in school where she had to do a project about Nelson Mandela in South Africa, and so she had printed this picture of Nelson Mandela statue from Mandela Square in had it as the cover and I'm like where's the picture of you next to the statue and she's like I don't want to. We want the funk. Do you mean you don't want to use the picture of you standing next to the actual statue in
Nelson Mandela Square. That's the point of these experiences, because you're able to do things like that. I had to explain that to her if the teacher at a flex added to the stock room, what people think about how normal that mold, we seen her and she was like. I don't even need to you. This is a couple for my book. Well, I think he's embarrassed you'll think she didn't want the other kids to check rates. The school is the only one well one of the kids with all. The parents are doing well like yeah, like yeah did you guys? You guys got. You got some money and you got kids. Would you guys pay to get your kid into a good school? Oh, like yeah, no fucking chance. Definitely gotta earn that shit. Yeah! You gotta, earn that shit. You can't do that. 'cause they're not going to so it and they're not going to dinner going to work hard yeah, Those people paid a half a million dollars right
only in bachelor to get a shity shity kid. Some school, but they didn't deserve? and the kids are not going to have no passion for what they're doing you know saying they're just there like they gotta focus just like having a regular piece of paper like I want to. I want my kids to do things that they really want to do. That's how you change the world. You change the world when you're doing things that you truly want to do. What's funny, I thought is that those kids that went to the school like did fine at them, so suppose yes or schools, just a big fuckin' hustle, it's like if they didn't earn it based on grades, they should feel right. The fuck out of the school it's becoming a hustle just because of the way world, is working. Yeah Jane went to school for audio engineering. He is not a god. Damn thing he learned in school, he could use today really yeah I mean for the most part I got to touch some stuff. I could never of touch before by
audio engineering take maybe that time and it was like two thousand and five- maybe Youtube didn't exist, and there wasn't a plethora of knowledge out there that twelve year olds are teaching you how to record audio track, whereas I had to learn from the guy that was recorded, Eminem and Jay Z, and all these guys doctor Dre right, like they can't really do much with that job either. Besides teach it now, either. So that's why I'd like to go back to the gills point when he said on the last in radio to read a probably a lasting radios, because I'm the guy to steer people away from radio which is come up to meaning that you want to get in the radio I'm like full, you can start a fucking pocket like you, don't feel like it's all type of different ways to be heard. You can go on Youtube and if you want to be a vj on tv, you can start doing your own you middleman gone yeah We have none of that growing up. I had to be on the radio he had to be on radio. You had to be on tv. We didn't have that sheet growing up.
You know I'm even experiencing that with commentary for the UFC, because I love doing commentary for the OC be known. I love you better. I do these fight companions, yes, we get in. Here we get hammered. We start smoking weed, talking shit and we watch the fights on the screen. We have the best time, it's way more fun than in their lives. Do you think that's the future of all live events right, so you could watch the NBA finals and instead of listening to the guys, Marv Albert whoever do it you Choose your guys that you watch the commentary with. Fight companion for basketball, for Paul Deanno Heart was doing that with Snoop Dogg. He had he had. The Tuesday night Contender Series and Snoop Dogg and Uriah Faber would do in commentary and snoop would just have a constant blunt litany. Is drinking Tanga Ray and getting hammered high and talking crazy shit, and that was an option for the commentary. Usually option snoop Cast right. It should be every single once you've got tired of doing it, don't stop doing it. He'll snoop is
I'd, been around in a way that it spread. I think he just got tired of having to be there every Tuesday beautiful? The NBA did this during the finals Here they tried an alternative stream using the ESPN app right. So the thing about this is you're, doing it with the Spn guys right, yeah, correct correct, so it's like what would be great is do it with like the funniest commentary, guys that you like in your life right, for them to just the reason why people tune into your thing, but I guarantee they probably mute the tv right, the people who are watching they listen to both. I think that's what people probably do so a good commentator, commentate anything, that's what I'm saying is Charles Barkley, kidneys, liver shack should be actually commentating during the NBA, and it would be incredible during the game that would be incredible them talking shit to each other, in fact put him on a little screen in the bottom, so we can actually look at them visually. What they're doing
I don't know. I just think that with the UFC they have the best guys doing like Daniel Cormier. Does it Dominick Cruz, Paul Felder? You know they have good fighters. Michael Bisping, the do commentary now com is the best yeah he's great he's aware areas that need to fight funky is the heavyweight champion of the world economy, sees the light heavyweight champion an then he vacated his title in knows the heavyweight champion yeah he does so we do it all the time together. You guys are good together, 'cause, you guys get, but we're good, we're, also good friends. So we're always talking shit and were laughing about things like whether it's a judge who is a nice lady but a terrible judge, he's bigger, but just like when rose number who won the title, he starts screaming out the ground yeah. It's not like. You guys turn into fans yeah. Well, we are neither one of us are real professionals right, but we do it for eleven in this weird is my worst nightmare like to be out somewhere in fucking, get into a argument with
MMA fighter show when he got folded up when keeping it real goes wrong, and I pulled him over feet on him and they went to his girl. I'm telling you gotta try to give you broken. Here's where other signs other than here's, here's a good one. But the thing is you can wear it your cards, I don't have any cauliflower here. I have a little bit on this year. Yeah. I regards we're changes You hear things what you don't want that cauliflower here Calcification here, stick out already too much all they would stick out. Hi doctor. Look at that yeah! You have a big old knots in your yeah. I can't no. I signs of of what of a guy could be enemy, no, not really like hands on the knuckles. No, I mean you could tell, and not tell you know it's now. You don't know see. That's where that would be nice to people.
Yeah. You will find someone who who got it broke. Well, hello, Anti Ruiz, the new SI tennis. So the way you look at his body no way as you look at Anthony, Joshua Skull, is a marble. Menthol was trash. Yeah then saying it been saying, we've been saying, Anthony Joshua was not that guy who never never. He never had it never this is literally Ivan Drago literally he, the Uk Ivan Drago. He looks the part. Ladies love him. He never had that skill in the ring. I told him all breakfast club, don't think that's true. He got dropped by Klitschko when he came back to knock minutes goes the old man, dude and he's Ukraine he's got Chernobyl element, Shell yeah. He was seven, that's nuclear point should he was very old. He was trying to win an election for like this. You know crazy country, a lot of things going on his life. The real fight Anthony onto
the wilder Tyson Fury two about this Tyson Fury closest thing. We've had in the heavyweight division Tole, I'm not scared me. I said after that I said a couple fights. I think he is the head movement. The foot movement at his size and weight I'll leave is doing that two hundred and twelve pounds last night was very early like an amazing He sighed ease of Ali did that with George Foreman, you see, there's a difference, the guy that he was fine. Like that guy? Who did it with Deonte and Deonte, and he did it, but he also got dropped in almost murdered. Somebody died everytime. I look at 12th round when Deonte Connected and then walk back and went like this game over and the fact that he just throws up and then outboxed him for the rest of the round buttons all those years of therapy. That's all those years of therapy
I see him and knocked him out. He was in that place of stillness. He knows how to come up with absolutely killed. It was. Chaos are weird man, it's like. Sometimes the punch does not look like much and it drops you and put you away and sometimes you get fuckinf boom and it looks like you're over watch. I mean I was amazed. Ref even game account thought it was going to call him. I thought I thought the ref was going to wave their hands. Meanwhile, this motherfucka rises up and doesn't even look wobbly unbelievable by the way Anthony Joshua can't beat Tyson Fury, he can't beat Deontay wilder can't beat Luis Ortiz. Well, I don't Lewis is out two years ago. Ninety years, I think the word is, and I get this from a reliable sources inside the fight community. Now the Anthony Joshua got dropped in training camp right before the fight bad I got in Philly right, I don't know who did it but bad to the point where who's Kayode Julie, that's why his dad went after the promoter. After the fight was you see, add screaming at the voter in the ring. Apparently
he's not he's not prepared to fight, and yet he was looking bad in locker room that they're worried. So we had a panic attack. That's where a panic attack before the fight- and if you remember, we know It took him awhile to come to the ring like they even played music in everything he never came in, and I was told that if you notice, when he was walking out, there was rubbing his back and they were rubbing his head. I already had a panic attack attack. If you been Kayode like within a week, it takes months to get your ship back together again, the whole world is like shaky to you. Equilibriums off, so he was in there and then when he dropped him he's like Jesus Christ. Here we go again. No, good. We got was mother fucker out here and then he went right at him and then boom he got clipped and then it was over. There's a there was the biggest What is the biggest upset heavyweight history is tied up with five are stuck yeah right, guess who got drop in training camp type
and then did he write? Forget the guys dropping dropping, but his sparring partner, abdomen training camp, this video, a video of a human k and he took a knee, but still it's like dropped your body shut down for a second and it takes time cover finish and not to mention the night before he was a bunch. You taught japanese women with Bobby Brown and all around and doing drugs by the fighting sleigh and things of that kind of take a toll. Yes, but Bob is that MIKE told him I'll be right back, but you like what you have, I thank yeah yeah I'll, be right back on when I decide not I'll be right back, still got up and he still drop Buster Douglas. That's even crazier. Thirty four thirty about, but Douglas now they had to thirty for thirty in May. I didn't realize how much he Dama
oh yeah, blanket would like round for round. He was punishing up MIKE Tyson yeah. I don't remember that when I was just a Douglas is like one of the most talented guys that just didn't have the kind of drive and discipline that you needed to be a champion, but Mom died, my dad mom and dad gave him all the drug is hooking off the jab and ties and yeah yeah like in in a beautiful way. Yeah his skill was incredible. I'm afraid was a world beater yeah. He was a world beater enough. I never did a motivation that it now. The only feel him up after that he has basically done no. He did he was but he's infamous babe baby, my Tyson when it when it meant something to beat MIKE. I found out about it after the fact I didn't watch the fight live, had a gig that night or not in real time, and then I watched it later and I still was waiting for tightening it up and beat him. I didn't believe I didn't believe it. I remember. I remember watching that fight. In my mind, I guess I wasn't really paying attention I was just like this is longer than most typing,
I would also like you can have a dinner reservation on a Tyson back here and then, when you finally got knocked down like oshit MIKE just lost, it doesn't mean you gotta think. Not only do we grow watching MIKE Funk, people up, we grew trying to beat him on MIKE Tyson punch it dash. It was impossible. So it's just like dad. Those are unbelievable moment. I didn't feel like that were even Joshua know. Well this certain times when people lose, you can't believe there los like. For me it was Roy Jones when Tarver knocks out dude. I was just like Watt Unfucking, Lloyd Jones. They stopped to this day, man unreal. If you watching the second round, it's really interesting thing that happens. They both they both throw hooks and Tarver just gets there yeah and will Tarver's actually s pole right. So I think it's his is kind of like a looping left, but they exchange and Tarver. Just Roy timed. It- and this is what happens. I think when fighters get a little bit older, they lose a fraction of a second and that fraction of a second earlier in Royse Karere he's checking him
and it is moving out of the way. Well, I think the real it there it is. It is yeah watch what to expect. You know, look ready, it's and yeah boom at one point she Is everything everything? Well, you know what His coach said that Tarver beat him in basketball. Yes and then when he saw that he beat him in basketball games like that. Yeah. I think final Dustrude we have Roy on on on Fleer into, and I asked us if we ever worried about like we get knocked out in like a you know, losing something leaving something in the ring and it takes a second. He goes on the arms of the man I didn't come in. Bring with much sense to begin with, so I wasn't really worried about losing it straight without Roy still gotta crazy, competitive nature to Roy last last. Last year. Roy was hitting me because he really wanted to fight Michael Bj,
yeah. Maybe Jordan says that he thinks he could. We were talking about the podcast like no, I would like my really want to fight him rose. I got responses that can put them. Nothing was like thirty million dollars. I made the call. You know in Michael like nah he's like now. We good on that Roy would fuck Michael B Jordan don't let creed full you don't let fucking kill Margam black Panther, you you still running. Name all boxes right now, muscle memory will get. You knock knock out. Someone even be close to this horrific and he's never happens like some guys start, they start bite, fighting, they start to nominate a certain liberal, brazilian jujitsu or some like that right and they put a couple chokes in in like a safe, controlled environment, and you get that like delusional confidence and that's was boring. So important. Remember the first time in this part,
sure, I'm not the first time. Remember last time we were doing since you're a kid right, yeah! Ok, I mean the first time I sparred before I went in the rain. I was like. Oh I got this. It's just combos whatever I must fuckin' frightened frighten. When the punch were coming back, yeah, I'm just a shell. I just stopped yeah Miss bought since the last time I bought a spider with Sean Porter really yeah It was actually thrown punches here. 'cause I was mad, but this shouldn't mean nothing. He was dodging my pickle welcome, surprise, hidden, a curious out bro, and this is one of this guys head moves in impeccable. I mean people tried to attack him. And every single time on really this when he got here it is this guys far this bar look at him going forward the pr move, I've got a pr move out. Soundtrack is so far. I know you're sweating
but right now you know. Why could that cities in Brooklyn and you gotta be focused 'cause people yelling in there you'll, surely mangado makeup Can I get a drop from the audio left handed? Now I'm right and I'm trying to throw off a little bit really yeah. He did it on purpose, may hear noise. I don't know what the fund has called love you. So I'm not even bouncing words, mind. You know feet movement. Do you train boxing. We just doing this for a I just wanted to go in and like I'm a boxing fan, I'm like you know what the worst can happen. You get not the this could happen is mean yeah, you're right that could be terra, I'm just saying: if left he's now we not even really- and we went three rounds now- the to die at the end it around his title, bold things a few times
That's why I haven't sports like spending my fucking lame. You know I mean I hit the punching bag. Callans bars, all the time doesn't grow without doing yeah, Brownell Prank Dj Khaled. No there's one person is not doing any cardio. It's Dj Khaled after it Ruiz one Khaled getting out of a car with his gut hanging out. It's like all the big guys. The day after Andy, released with the title calendar calendar working on Snapchat for a whole year and didn't lose a mutherfucking pound and got a weight. Watchers deal, God bless. America didn't really yeah yeah yeah wait watch is when we are just watching these places, plus size models right and they're. Doing that now, like Nike and Nike Store, has like a big mannequin like a fat mannequin, but they don't. They don't have size models for men Joe. There is nothing that enrages me more than fat models. There is nothing that enrages me more than
fly. Ok, let me just say something as a comic: we want attention. We don't feel like we deserve it, so we make you laugh so there's an even exchange. I get my attention. You get some joy, ok and actor. They want attention, they're, not willing to write the script, but they'll memorize some lines to do a little bit of effort to get the attention regular model at least she's willing to lose weight so that she can be looked at, but these factors are just like get used to use our would be looked up using the word of this is in twenty nineteen. That's that's the that's! The plus size model mannequin, This is the only person buried you guys. The only thing I don't like about it enraged that they're, like just stare at me, I'm going to eat bread, all day, but you should stare at me. The only thing that bothers me about that is that's out of context: 'cause, that's the oversize mannequin in workout clothes
it's going to lose the weight yeah she's trying to lose. You know better, so, okay, so I needed some contact the business and work out gear. Let's hope we women want to go to lose weight cool other than that. Why you went work idea, because she's trying to lose weight If the only reason you'd be wearing, it should be even bigger if she didn't workout. She like HAL cal didn't to eat a salad. But you gotta have a Dj Khaled level of annoyance to succeed in life. Though do you? Yes, you do you do you? Do you? Do you so much, but you have it so much. He is near fuckin' shirt he's no way you didn't know you could button your shirt, he's the epitome of not being afraid to ask for things, but it looks like french toast cheese.
Everytime? I look at him, it's french toast and he is no easy way to Kelly. Myers the potter and the maple syrup says he lost fifteen kilograms. What is that thirty four pounds? Now they go last thirty, four it doesn't congratulate. You can see his dick now congratulations, little slimmer on the right. He does look a little slow, ok, maybe it's a little bit, My only wish is Christ. I don't even know what that is. I really watch. I respect that cow came from radio radio colleges to do twelve midnight to two hundred am on weekends that wydr in Miami, if I'm not mistaken, needs to be Friday and Saturday night, and then I was like fifteen years ago rates are radios alot a lot like comedy in a way right in and not like this, like a sort of a fellowship of radial people, you In fact, people who did it yeah it's so it's so few and far between that. Actually, I guess make it so to speak. That you know who those players are right.
Right, so so yeah in a way, yeah, there's so few like national ones like it was like nationally known radio, Guys Elvis Duran does maybe a dozen you Elvis Bobby Tom Joyner TOMS Retiree, this year. What about Steve, a Steve NASH leaves national, he obviously does out and- and I respect, Steven R Spec Rice, you could not really Council got. They didn't start in rain needing grass right, didn't start radio What's the oldest video game cool radio? Quite a lot. I did his radio show in the 90s. Ok, so you might even know who radio you might need to go straight guys like five jobs right guy from American Idol, as he does radio I hope your day doesn't them or any ' does that secretary, radio exactly like hey Dolores you're, the one who won you know come on be thing like that kind of ship. By the way Ryan is never off. You know like we were
think about that scene. Ryan, walk out the bathroom like he's, walking on stage to introduce the next guest on american idol. Like he's, always on the perfect example where, like you're gay, rumors Trump, your me to rumors what happened remember when me too, and it like a girl, said me too it or whatever, and then girly work with something like that. Everybody was like the gay guy. He swore he's he's not okay. What is he I don't know? What is it called? I don't have. A right right is one of those people to cancel. He is a handsome those teeth which I don't think about sex with him. So what is he with the letters would a sexual sexual sexual assault. People asked if these are all positive. Is o positive gta! Oh he's! Oh he's like: oh you don't talk, dude or chick's. Ok, I see what it is here, but he's always I can you imagine him choking a girl. No, no absolute
I don't know why. She's beating him to death by the way down in the middle of living right is one of those people that when you hear something about him would be like no, not right, None of them like you have that kind of personality, which is actually works in a lot of people's favorite yeah. Well, it's great for top forty radio yeah, it's great for secretaries. That Colin. Yes, you, the seven color? Congratulations. Would the finals of the of thrones hit disappoint you that kind of that kind of weird marginalized schitt some people thrive in that frequency humans, so good at being like authentic. In the most inauthentic situations, explain like
like hosting a show, is why, like American, got talent all that kind of stuff, but you gotta be like really excited about somebody like Jagger Dill, DOE system, ship, that's really inauthentic, but he kind of comes across as believable like sincere yeah, I know that matter, meaning His his reactions in those moments matter everybody wins. Iowa, negated, Medicare, don't care! That's cheap man! That's a pretty man who's America's most here. Yeah in America is Holzman. He could post some dick in that. So that's for sure, but in the big world say what did Claremont DQ? what do the new year's countdown now too yeah jobs may listen, they will probably do a proper dicks corpse corpse up for like ten years before they finally said Ryan. Just do it yourself when he had a stroke and he would still do it not there dick been dead, bro right here at work
now the side of his mouth like two face he was struggling. He was definitely struggling to talk. She was in so they kept him dad yeah and it went from. He would do it, but then it would just like pop in on him in, like some studio and he'd be like sitting there struggling talking like. Why do they keep willing Dick Clark out for New Year's eve like you're, actually depressing people before the ball drops yeah, oh and then they had Kathy Griffin. That was a great combination. Cat noise me now Mcafee is shaking lot shut up outlook, Kathy Griffin. Not did she enrages me just like the fat mom know. I like his Kathy, don't give a sheet. I like Kathy, with the same reason I like I used to like Joan Rivers. I mean I say you stupid she's dead, but I made my own still don't legend, but they don't. They both didn't give a shit. They were from the same cloth. I don't know if they are cut from the same cloth thanks though man, I think so. I used to love Anderson and Kathy Griffin together.
You never heard anybody say that it's always like someone's mom, 'cause you're guilty pleasures Anderson Cooper. Look at that chemistry. We had cattle. We had Kathy on Breakfast club dancer. She cut Trump said she cut drums fucking head off. That was a strange thing that would change what was strange about. It is the fact that she didn't think she was going to suffer any consequences from there. I think I think people forget that Donald Trump, even though he is the executive producer of select the apprentice and he was a reality star he's depressed of the United States of America and rules about threatening heads of state. He that you just can't do things like that, but it's hard it almost like a flea. Willfully became president
It would be hard for you to look at him as anything other than flavor Flave, which you better respect his position, but he's got damn minutes, come knock on your fucking door. Flavor becomes president will Donald the first guy who was famous like other than Ronald Reagan. I guess Ronald Reagan was famous. Actor, apparently with the famous famous. I don't know how they was famous famous, said movies and had no clues in big movies and then the governor in California? You know this is a weird one right I mean just having a famous person in a popularity contest as strange. Yes, because you get a built in advantage? Yes, yes, all of that is a popularity contest. You realize that all are going to be moving forward. Someone could some people might say. Obama was the first celebrity president he became with celebrity, though you don't He was one before knowing into no absolutely not. I think, there's something about Trump. Not Trump is on a different level: yeah right, domino's commercials, Bro
actual bad rap songs named after him, hairline before yeah in airline hotel, Jamesan buildings, all across the world, giant giant trump letters. It was a brand. He might have been the first trip with the first brand to run for president. They might have been forced are trump is the first brand, but he was definitely bigger star than Reagan. I think easily organize before our time. It's hard to understand what it was like when he was a movie star, but I don't know it's called Betty White now how big Reagan was he still alive? Still alive still kicking. Do we have do you like? Do you have these peoples numbers? Don't have her number, ok, I can see you become famous you get on the rolodex, all these names, Keanu Reeves anyways, some famous people where I text him in our column, just like this so strange he's always feel like that Mmhm Steven Tyler's, a weird one from Aerosmith yeah yeah, each other more all right.
That's the most real feeling that just reading what is where I never get used to it now his family no yeah in an end, but I've always say I don't I hi, I don't do. I got a Oh wait! You talk, I think I know people have real talent, actually looked up to growing up that inspired people like about you is that you recognize that in yourself you know you're, not you're, not oblivious, to that you're not delusional, I'm going to kind of wanted them to be like when you are talented. You must have something. No, you know what you are fucking normal, I think about it. You know regular god that is double down on Charlamagne. Let's change, it came up a little bit, but you wanna be like that in that regard, important for people listen to him. They wanted.
So that you know that you can't play musical instruments saying or do something crazy, don't they want to feel like reflected like often often at times. I think that your audience resonates to you like that. It's, like you, are asking a lot of times the questions that they would love taxi when I'm able yeah when I, when I listen to you, I hear somebody who still a fan- and I thought I I feel, like I'm sure, I'm sure yeah have a curiosity about things and and I'm not afraid I don't know, I don't have I'm I don't. I just got some experiences, I'm not an expert at nothing. Everybody! Nothing I sit across from is way smarter than me yeah and I'm fine with that. Have conversation. I want to learn, that's good! That's it! That's what that's probably why successful is the way to think well, people like, oh, I can't believe you would say
vascular, Elizabeth Warren about her native american ancestry. Or did you see that when you call the original Rachel Dosel Pro and Rachel's by now too, but did you see the interview with him? Indiana Elizabeth Warren recalls right on the native american ship, but you know here's the weird thing about her is like. I don't necessarily think she told the truth in that interview. I don't know how she did away with it when she said that the Boston Globe didn't vesti. They said that she didn't. She didn't in any way. Profit off of that or advantage. She's years got hired from from Harvard she wrote native American on a resume. They hired her done her ethnicity, yeah she's, a liar yeah, that's a lie, yeah, which is fine, but I don't have no problem with my politicians lie and they do it all the time. But I want you to July and is yourself accountable? Like many should have disqualified? It's not the eighties anymore. It's not right! Ninety, where like that Rawlings you just beyond like yeah, I'm american I've cheated before I've taken a short cuts I used you've put. Did she call him MIKE Tyson all the time to to get MIKE
I think as berry body else, that's what were based on. So if she did that at some point in life, was it horrible to do absolutely is making a terrible for her make our temperatures, but I wouldn't know I, by which you saying, though, that she was told that she was native American, because many people were and then they find out when they get a dna test. That's not did not happen to you didn't. Have you well hasn't been? proven yet, but yeah yeah are you native American yeah. I was like growing up around the time I was going to college. Might I got to work my dad found out that he he had found the paperwork to to his college ten years after the fact and got a bunch of money back, and so my dad's like for native American? That's what I we've been told our whole time, we're trying to prove it right, birth certificate and what not and it's really hard to, because they didn't keep a lot of information back then right. So I put it on a application got until has stayed that way. Cotto- and it was real weird when I was in like the minority
hang there's like done orientation and there's like they gave me a letter saying so. But this, like you, pull those IBM Elizabeth. You got your photo, that's exactly what I might have been from hard working of exactly what he did it in good faith. I did. I had no idea. It was the first time just like when I said, I'm application that was like what your race is like. I just found out of native American. I guess so. I'm gonna put that and no one checked, no one asked battlers the people notice yeah. No, I I I didn't. I was doing it wrong, yeah the wild thing about that is like that? That is people ask me why I said that I'm like I'm just too dumb to know that that wasn't a question I wasn't supposed to ask. You were supposed to ask that
I'm not going to. Let Donald is having a conversation with you. I did you not as ridiculous. That's a huge thing. We need to find out how she reacts to the fact that she told a lie and the rest of her is her family in the book up the whole image that whole families thought Terrance should done off the wall, like, oh, my god, we're not native American. How many dream catchers were in the garbage that weekend, so I'm saying holy ship, just feathers, sticking out a hefty bags when she learns that the whole family after realize they were not native American, had to fuch up some family reunion. There had to look up some traditional twenty. My lord there's a lot of people who are shaking their head after that one. She actually got the dna tests. Ok, can we talk about how hooked up master is real, quick yeah. You want talk about dealing with it, so I just figured I'd just put my mind to get on this thing as a text you sent me. Oh my god,
Get my fat model at Ticketmaster, we're gonna, take them all down. Okay, so take a match. You know the place we buy tickets. I had no clue about this ticket master thing, I'm just starting to do some theaters and shown the tore some start looking like what they charge to do like the processing in terms right, while it's like a thirty or forty dollar to I looked at yours. Forty are tickets. Sixteen dollars in servicing for a service charge yeah is it per ticket purchase. Parking ticket we got it got a forty percent pay for shooting a venue like that. It's normally don't that's the venue cost, but you also gotta pay. It's just a process that ticket. If you want to pick up a will, call another three dollars. It's unfathomable right, so I'm starting to think I'm going. Ok, so
For the first time in my life, I'm like ok, I'm selling some tickets and everything is good and I'm just getting piece of the door. So I'm happy right in my boy is like this genius fucking kid Oj Nigerian. All these Nigerians are geniuses and he comes up to me like ok, but what about the processing fee for Ticketmaster? How much are you getting off of that? What is like what percentage you getting off that I got? Nothing goes right, but you're bringing all the ticket sales. Why aren't you getting a piece of its forty percent of your ticket price and I'm like? Well, I don't know he goes and what about the data from the tickets being sold? Are you getting that? I don't know he goes hold on so they're fucking, you and getting paid to fuck you I got. What do you mean he goes? The game is data. Now any businesses successful right now is all about data acquisition right. Any business and data is not followers we have on Instagram because they could take your account away in a second. How many subs do you get on Youtube? 'cause? They could throttle your search. We could see that happen all the time if direct connect to fan right and what Ticketmaster done. Is there your technique site? They get your email, they get. Your data set
We get all your fans, they know exactly who your fans are, may email him and tell him when you're coming into town or when somebody else might they might like that, like you exactly then they can pin absorbent amount, the king over the fans on it. So I'm like I'm talking to him and he's like yeah just create another. One of these we've got to create another system that gives all that data to the comic why is the middle man even there? We could create a weight, cheaper ticketing service that gives everyone of those emails to a comic and it's a comedy to do back. In the days I put a comic cards on the tables and you collect them afterwards. You can have an email list for every time you go to Idaho and email us for every time you go to New Jersey and email us for all all these different prices, but that's what most authors do and Kevin Hart Kevin Hart Kevin Hart came up. Kevin Hart was going into all these comedy clubs and he was getting everybody's mother, fucking email. People wonder why, whenever Kevin would launch on these social media sites, he get. All of these crazy follows immediately. It's because of that road work he put in
in those comedy clubs and everybody here before anybody. I think Louis CK did that as well. If we had this massive email and now you have direct connection with your fans and that's what your fans want, your fans don't want Ticketmaster telling that led Zeppelin's coming through they want to enrollments come through, but you know, Pearl jam tried to fight them back in the day, but they have. They have exclusive deals with certain venues. They are topped Yeah they own, so they own live nation and live nation owns a venue, so the complete vertically integrated. So if you want to let the garden or whatever the bucket is right, so you go we're going to process your tickets. The only way you do is perform here. Is you do it with our promotion company, which is like the nation and you're going to have to use our ticket processing fee an hour? Then you would actually own the venues now, but here's the thing there's a handful of you guys get to play. Those venues now, I think, with podcasts now shows- are three hundred people there's going to be thousands of comics that have three hundred fans and the venue where we perform is not imperative.
That it's the specific one it could be a comic club. I could be a hall, it could be some conference center, it could be anything it could be Airbnb, but you're only going to get messy when you're doing these big has been useful, sometimes now that their live nation they on some certain club. Well, I I work with live nation So now all I might exile initiatives that usually stand up. Yeah really yeah. What is the podcast live every way different men, it's not the same yeah I I I like podcast like this, we're just people talking. Do you do differently when you plan for an audit performed for them, it an issue. It just is not uh. It's not the same. It's not a real conversation like, I think the intimacy of podcast, one of the people like about as they listen in their ear by the ear plug. It's like you're talking to them daily, you right there when you're doing it live, it becomes a different thing
not that it's a bad thing, but it's a different thing to stand up is way better way. It's just way more fun, I'm saying is what are we doing with this right? It's like like you should you should have a direct connect, all your fans. I should have direct connect for all my fans right. We should be able to even then you should have that as well. Why? Why do we given away all the data to a company that really not. I know my agents going to call me right after this can be quite fun. We have deals with Ticketmaster shut the Fa Cup, so you want their email. You want your audience's email address and that's what the audio, and I don't want my audience to get charged sixteen dollars every time they buy tickets. Where does that money go like it cost sixteen? I don't trust. Is a ticket wanted to give out forty percent of the ticket price? Why not just create a email and when you're at these venues is put it up on the jumbotron and be like you'll email me
at that email me on the show. Yeah I mean that's the that's one more step or we can just create the ticket prices in the chartism way. Letter last skews me and and already start aggregating the emails and then, if you wanna, get real crazy with it view of a boy of yours that, like let's say my buddy Akash right as a pocket, it's like a I got your about to go into. Yeah. Why don't you just use my data set man they're going to you from doing a podcast with me? Maybe you could they want to see you it's like. We get to empower each other through that ship. Am I making Sir M at is now it makes sense. The thing is specific, specifically about data about the email, listen about. They get that if you show up in these different places they get the email address, because that's how people get their tickets. What do Did you get the option of saying 'cause it'll? Ask you to say you can Ticketmaster reply to looking to get masses thing you the latest, updates and news, and I got it. You can click no yeah, but I and I could know all that. That's your that's Ticketmaster, but you would click yes. If it was us
and there was somebody who are invested in going to see you just don't want Ticketmaster. Promoting random events depends what you sent me. Even if you click no Ticketmaster, still get your email address and might sell it absolutely. Even if you just click no like you do want updates from Ticketmaster. You not saying. Is it ok? If this company just starts selling my email address, 'cause, that's what they do, that's what they do yeah right the owners anyway, but they don't have to I'm saying now, like everybody, that's coming out of your shows, is coming out from this podcast they're not coming up 'cause it Ticketmaster, and if you use a different email service or ticketing service, they would come out with that one. There was a SAM Harris Podcast where we talked about this, where they had on this expert. There discussing how data is it's like a commodity that no one knew was a commodity and we signed off on it before we realized it in these people that don't provide any service are getting that data. An it's worth billions and billions of dollars, which essentially
a book as its facebook, but also shaping the way we communicate with each other, because the things that attract people, our car conflict right, the things that get you to engage our conflict right on, that's the stuff that shows up in your email, feed or your facebook feed. They find out. What's going to annoy you and that's the ship that they show you oj- has eight hundred thousand followers in two fucking days instantly on twitter, which nobody grows on twitter yeah, but at least twittering, at least with at least at least facebook they're, not charging right. My issue taking us was like hey he's a free service. We just wanna get your data, I mean I. I belong cool facebook hard to me, my as a make me pay you I think Facebook at so that it is not your ads. Yeah yeah it with him and also in it. Like think about it. There too, they've stolen a lot of that data from people yeah a lot of ways for that is the charge. Could you
signed up with something that you didn't know you were signing up for that? I did not have given you all of this right. What's weird to main man is fuqing when you're talking about something and then those ads show up in your Google feed, but we were just talking about coolers Bro and I looked in my Google NEWS, feed and there's ads for coolers, like how does my Oh no, I was talking about cool. That's why I said they own us. You know what else is crazy when you get in your car and you look down at your phone, This is thirty two minutes to wherever the fuck you're going. Happens to me all the time knows where you're going to go with those type of pizza phone it'll, be like thirty, two minutes to whatever gym. I go too far but now it used to tell me forty minutes to work in the morning now. It says forty minutes to Starbucks Bro, I'm like I drink Starbucks every morning and as a Starbucks by my job in the building. But that's where it tells me I'm going I'm going. Every morning I watch one video of Robbie Williams. You know that, like English singer, it was a Youtube video with him and Tyson.
One just click those two minutes long every other ad on Instagram is Robbie Williams life. So it's not good. The targeting is imperfect. Now I'm not going to buy those tickets, but my point: is it scary? one Youtube video and then a completely different platform. Yeah- and this is all within the last decade they figured out how to do this yeah. Even if we unplug still plugged in and we were ordered to delete everything that we have on social media right now. They got us already bro. That's why I don't like all that snapchat with face filters and all that you can what they did to him, what they do to you. What does? a I thing yeah. This was not made a a a a complete deep fake with they take. They basically took all the recordings of me talking and smashes say say words that never never said before. It talked about me sponsoring a hockey team made of I leave chimpanzees and a bunch of other crazy shit that I might actually say, but it said it. I've never said those things
so this is basically use my voice with artificial intelligence they've all the sounds that my mouth makes and they use it with all the right inflections and they create these sentence. I was out of a job. They just pass legislation about about deep faith. Yeah hunters were from Brooklyn. I can't member names you to pass the legislation about the they also did video Mona LISA talking, Bro get the Mona LISA. They took the painting of the Mona LISA and start it now she's like opening her mouth and saying things they could do with Abraham Lincoln. And how can you believe anything you hear on social media anymore? Yeah, it's going to be in a few years: you're! Not you able to now. You don't know what's wrong was naturally nobody cares about the truth from the lies more in the table. That's better! Maybe now we could say fuckit NBA, crappie fake. What are you talking about? Definitely deep think. Well, you already getting porn with actresses they're taken actresses, face and put in a month porn stars, and you can't tell huh. Oh wait. Yeah
good luck, everyone, yeah and now they're going to be able to do that with virtual reality, so you're going to pour now they have that yeah Vr Porn and they put something on your dick, so feels like one of them little things that jerks you off. So the faithful. Now you don't need this program. Yeah, look at the same time, the same old school. You like you! Thank you. I just started fucking listening to audible books. Because really I'm old got like flipping the pages of the book. I just don't listen to audible only because of time purposes, and it's like It's like listening to long form, podcast, I'm making noise, but I'm still getting information, and I feel like at this age I retain information more by hearing it right so not bought to go start virtual reality Pusheen. So here's the ship- that's not porn, but could be interesting. If you see the one about the basketball games, what ok? So they put a few cameras, so you can sit front row, but in we are, I don't think I would mind at that.
Hey are we looking around you're, seeing all the people that are actually there yeah your front row at the game allows move on with the he's a bathroom. I want to do anything with the Disney and I wanted a that out. But our avatars real flights of passage to my knees and write it twice. Yeah me too, that shit was incredible and you know I've got anxiety right, so I'm on it and I'm like holy shit until you just remember, I'm not even moving right and then it's just like it settles everything for you and then you can just enjoy Oy, the actual experience in that that help me I'm. I was telling what there was about a guy that helped me when I, when I'm feeling that it is like no breathing exercises things that get you back to center, even you're falling and you can feel the even breathing on you. It's like when you realize you're really not moving it. Just brings you right back to center, then you're. Ok, then you're, fine,
put on a rollercoaster. No because you're, really, yes, it's real, but if they have a rollercoaster with virtual reality like if you wear, virtual reality goggles and they put you on a roller coaster yeah, but I enjoyed it. I can enjoy the we me like they put these goggles on okay and then, while you're on this roller coaster, you're experiencing things that aren't really there, but your XP, like you, you like going to worm holes and you travel now is seeing things happen and I have a heart attack: kind of a panic attack, not something I want to experience. I'm glad you talk about anxiety, I'm glad you talk about the way you do because I think you've opened it up for a lot of people. Think you get you've made it a subject. That's ok to talk about for someone like you would like a cool guy who is a smart dude who is successful and talks openly about anxiety and about how it's affected you that's, I think that's uh! You do in a very big service for that. I didn't even know what anxiety was until two thousand and eighteen because growing up in the air
I mean that I grew up and I just thought all those feelings are normal. I thought all those feelings of paranoia you being anxious all the time like you know, and I used to smoke weed. So you know you smoke weed and you have a panic attack. You just blame it on the weed yeah. I remember driving to Burger King one time with two of my homeboys want him dead in his name is Jarell rest in peace. In my man, Zeke and I was higher, Helen in my steering wheel needed like steering fluid, so it was shaking, so it would taking my legs and I'm bugging out just driving working A2 Mile ride my yo when y'all gotta drive we're all going to die, but I think the real right now take them right. Now, I'm going to crash just mutherfucking com, tripping the fuck out, and they looked at me like you. Don't let this mother fucka smoke no more, but had nothing to do with the weed it was we'd. Probably accentuated, don't know, definitely did because when I You know when I find out what anxiety was in twenty ten and I didn't start going to get you know going to therapy until, like two years ago, 'cause back in two thousand and ten when I, when I got diagnosed with my first panic, attack that somebody the doctor was saying hey. This is a panic attack. I had just gotten fired from
so, for the fourth mutherfucking time, and I was back at home with my mom and like thirty one years old, two year Oh daughter and you know, collecting unemployment checks or when I'm having this panic attack, and I go to the doctor but your heart is fine. You got a perfectly fine art, yet you're in your health, you got an athlete's heart feels like YO. Are you stressed about anything I'm like fuck, yeah He knows my my mind I got to do is give me another job, get back in position and everything will be okay, but when you get back in position and you know. You've made more money, you've ever made in your life, and you got book status. Tv shows, and all these other shape you still having those same panic attacks like what the fuck is going on, Russia. That's it that's exactly what it is you think you're going to lose everything. It's also you experience pressure that most people will never experience, because you experience pressure at this this public scale. It's not just pressure, it's pressure with people's eyes. Is and expectations and criticisms, and all these different things that the average person is not going to experience that from millions of people
You do, and it's just like it's always on. If you're one of those crazy a read comments. Good luck! Lord, have mercy! Good luck! Of course, I at first I used to enjoy it 'cause. I was the guy who came up on youtube. Looking at all these Worldstarhiphop conspiracy theories about people and he's like. Oh my gosh, motherfuck sacrifices, hamsters and that's. Why You know what I'm saying you think all action is cool until you get older and then you start seeing things about you and you laugh at it at first until you realize, like not a really starting to say so, wild ship. What was the craziest one that you heard about you me for me, you know what it is, let alone when they try to me to to I last year to get him out of. You know that that was that was the most. That was the this one to me, because I was always the present as a live. You truth, the nobody can usually troop against you right. So it's not like we bought up anything that I hadn't spoken about numerous times before. Written about in my books they just decided to attack
Oh my god, he did better targeted plans that old now it can happen it can it so that for me that was like alright. This is going too far, but it didn't like you really can't do anything about That's the other thing like there's no way to fight it once the two phases out of the tube there's no way to put the toothpaste back in the tube yeah. It's only thing you could do is just either let it consume you and probably ruin you just because you took it all in or you just keep for a movie like you you. How do you have to be confident enough to know? What's the truth from what's not the truth, yeah, and so now You don't read any comments anymore. I don't on twitter at all through toxic. This is really like yeah in verbal. Abusive relationships with our focus. Smartphone yeah. I agree yeah, it's not it's def! not healthy. You know we were talking about it. Yesterday me and Duncan Trussell. We were saying that it's like your diet, like your diet, if you take in junk food, all the time eat a bunch of shady things that are unhealthy. It's not good for your body.
Your mental diet is important too, if you're always taken in these toxic arguments. In I mean half a twitter, just people screaming at each other, just Ellen in insulting each other and trying to find ways in this, things being shity or wrong or negative, and it's it's not real life. No, the real life that we into that were designed experiences like this people, interacting with each reasonably as one of the reasons why I think people like podcast so much especially good podcast, where people have real conversations is because you okay, this is this- is this- is viewed as resonates with me, yeah worst twitter does not resonate with twitter. Just gets you anxious, conversations with people actually being nice to each other in person. Look at, I don't do podcasts over Skype. I don't like it. I don't want to see you. Yes, I want you to in the room- and I want everyone to Know- we're gonna be okay. You know when you, when you have these kind, tions and people listen to them like just one on one like this or two on one of this. This kind of what we're doing now
it makes sense to people just wanted to reasons when I, when I'm out and about- and you know like when I'm at the airport and somebody comes up to me and talk to me- I speak to him 'cause. I feel like that. Interaction was supposed to happen. Yes, you know what I mean normal twitter Instagram. I supposed to be talking to you on this ship. You were not supposed to be. Human beings are not wired to be that wired know, everybody should know. That kind of access to you know. So is this we got it. We got to take back the next see the facade fall apart when you respond to one of their tweets like something back book to show me you a why the bank I'm just hey, bro, I'm a fan. I am really know what she's always that they're trying to get a reaction reaction. In my mind, if people, if you like somebody right, you see them you're going to go Let me speak to him. I just try to gauge things on how I would do it right. For example, I'm going to play with even ask this morning. Ok, so Steve NASH, I'm like wax, is like oh she's, watching my boys like. Oh, she did Steve NASH and I'm, like oh shoot that Steve, I don't speak to Steve. Did you say hello? No
nothing? Okay, feel it. I respect right. He's a great player, but with John Stockton, that's a little So we have to say hi to say well some people, you have to say hi to Rachel. It was all Seattle. Absolutely Where should I start with? I think she had at least one kid. Maybe another was just at the airport where online note TSA pre check, but I said: bisexual now, she's bought you bisexual vibrational shoes or no. She not biracial translation. She is black. She got both treasury. I know, but what I'm saying is she is by so she straight and gay, but the thing yeah, I said hello, so what's up amazing for had one of the best for has you'll ever see and again I like reading order. What are, you want to get the selfie.
I thought. Jesse's Molette took a picture of, oh my goodness in Lafayette Bakery. What do you think is going to happen with him now nothing, nothing, bad, nothing, amazing, nothing legally Oh, I think Chicago is coming after him. Now you think so now did they say that they were going to get him for the money for the money that they space, but that's not that there's no such thing as cancelled culture, no more cancel culture. His abs, lil bulshit, oh oj, Simpson proved it. Oh, he doesn't like they did when Bill Cosby comes only will be on the road. My mother bucking stand up R Kelly still out. Selling shows like Charlie Sheen is still out here flourishing, like it holy Sheen docked at all. Did, would not wait a minute. Not all he did get that age. Scott AIDS, medication men and what does HIV
some say the greatest endorsement deal MAGIC Johnson ever sign. I'm saying we're not going to act like his career didn't flush. It looks great. Take this age. You go get some movie theater though I was in my car the day they announced on the radio that MAGIC Johnson had HIV and I was shitting my pants. I was like, oh my god. This is like the beginning of a zombie movie, we're all going to get it if magic, Johnson all his money and all his fame. If he's got it, I'm going to get it we're all going to get it. I was terrified number on a in my car driving and then they on the radio Holy holy. This is insane thirty years later. He looks great. Looks amazing, looks great he's on tv, is why he left the mutherfucking legacy, not the Laker. Not once did somebody say: Yo Magic got HIV. Oh, I saw this. How you know you did it? That's all. I was thinking about every time itself because he looks incredible. He does, then don't look incredible yeah, but not even positive and tests anymore weight,
yeah, I heard that yeah. If you give him a test for HIV, comes up negative because apparently these pro today's inhibitors and all these different things they take to the different medications. You don't even test positive ' for HIV anymore. By the way and listen, is this older white dude, and I forgot what tv show was on the set up, but he was explaining to me the whole situation with magic and he was like the reason that they, tolls. Magic was because they wanted to erase a lot of these stigmas. People thought that HIV and AIDS was a gay disease and they needed like uh. Alpha male. I guess that have it kind of erase that stigma and to let people know that can live with it like HIV Aids. They gave it to him. Well, What he told that this is not by the way. This is not is Charlamagne God telling you what somebody told Maine what they said to me was magic had got caught up in some type of scandal.
And I am able for your age right, yeah and the for him before the scandal. With that came out this. Could the person that he was weak was like some allegedly some bigwigs child it's like that, and it is. They said this is what you're going to do. So we don't ruin you now. It is true well before you take this in. He believes in Sask, So it's a great pleasure. He believes. Sasquatch was real. That just started right now on this podcast if I really needed one hundred percent there, I would say I'm not saying I believe that magic theory I'm just repeating what I was that is a common rumor. That's out there. I've heard that I've heard that rumor is God he doesn't really have it, but that it was either that or but Just got done saying how you read rumors about you that are ridiculous and you know what the fuc and then you realize. Oh, this is what happens. Just make sure it up, and then people repeat the shit that people because we can't fathom that he beat Edsbro AIDS was bodying. People like today like eating mercury, Freddie, gone yeah. Who else is he?
easy easy monsters, neighbor yeah, there's! Never! No! No! I had a dancer who it this wasn't I learned about its really young. He was look at him. You know book Charlie Sheen for three under fifty bucks Bookham, where a cameo Oh, oh, oh cameo, sunglasses on like what is happening here. What is good, what is he doing? Yeah strange from family as showing was up to he age, very quickly. It's like see. He seemed to be fine when he was doing two and a half men when he stopped doing that. Show he gauge like a hundred years old. He had the HIV, we don't know.
It was affecting you. I forgot it's actually everybody. Everybody has everybody's, not magic. Johnson here comes the magic that by the way, that is why I say magic is like the greatest NBA player of all time. Why? Because of that He played thirteen seasons in the NBA the nine NBA Finals fifteen, am one in college came in one his rookie year, one on one with HIV in what destroyed boy, this stigma of HIV definitely did anybody that catches HIV right now. The first thing you're going to say to yourself is give me magic stuff. I can live through anything if magic made yeah. You know what I'm saying thirty years later, he's ok without a death sentence anymore and by the way, what's all over your dick for life, not that it comes back and forth, but it's always there open, blisters, forever forever or having HIV definitely Herpes. It's worse.
'cause that HIV they can. They can basically cure it. If you have reached the herpes on your dick forever, meaning those blisters don't go away. You can't even hurt go away. Nobody saying that you get it do they sing, this specific type of like real hardcore herpes. They never go away. There just Always they have one. It doesn't go away now, hypothetically, which is why do you ever see the Damon Waynes Bit about magic when magic came back to the NBA? Nobody. Nobody wanted to block him. Dennis Rodman, Dennis Robbins Life Lucky also put in your mouth and accelerating symptoms. Two people Youtube Damon Waynes enough Crap games, adult man he's one of the greatest of all types of Bodom enough credit years we had, we had to actually delete a Damon Waynes joke from the breakfast club rule it used to play,
You know you have stuff that plays jazz the loop. You had to delete it once to me two times up there. Can you say it did they make Damon Wayans Damon Wayans was on the breakfast club and he was talking about the bill. Cosby situation. He just goes YO man seen, women that are accusing Bill Cosby there. All unreachable Damon Wayans said that I was like you know. I mean for the things he always have always ask, doesn't give a fuck man, but we do so that's why we took this should have taken the heat for somebody else was Dennis Rodman, said I'll spit in your mouth and accelerate your symptoms broke about when Karl Malone think about Karl Malone, everybody right. We get so much flack for this, what he, but in the read what he said made sense 'cause. None of us really knew what HIV Aids was remember what he said when he said how about you 'cause, I'm not playing basketball with him like what, if I hit him and he thought bleeding, and he gives me like
That was what a lot of people were thinking sure. How could you be mad at him for not knowing for being ignorant about mosquitoes? Remember that, yes, I do put about mosquitoes. I mean yeah. That's reasonable, though right, I think it works with Ebola. And now we can give you early or some shit or malaria. Why can't? They give you some HIV wrote we used to be used to be in somebody said you can't get it in your mouth. I thought this was propaganda, like you can't get it in your mouth. When someone comes in your mouth, yeah can't get magic. Tell you that what tickets to the movie theater right away? What are you talking about job and that would be the line got HIV Aids like you, can't get it. You can't do this no way to get that. I just come in your mouth. Don't worry! those. Are carriers of yellow fever, dengue fever, japanese influence in encephalitis encephalitis
there's, no evidence mosquitoes can transmit HIV studies with H, I v of shown. Clearly the virus disappears miscue after about one to two days, yeah, but what? If the ship bites you and bites? You right well look at that last line, I've never heard it described like that. The time required for the mosquito the Digest blood meal Jesus Christ the only talk about vampires like that blood meal. So that means if they get someone who's got HIV. And then they get to you within one to two days. Doesn't that seem like it would get you bro? No I'm saying it's it's a reasonable thing to ask These are reasonable things. Now I have to worry about it like that, I'm very well, the real fear is pandemic. Diseases come out the game yeah yep, that's fuckin', we're talking about your on the beach in Anguilla, some dude with Charlie Sheen's. Next to you spit in your mouth, just some tiger blood
That really seems that hashtag tiger blood, hashtag winning Charlie, had a moment to moment moment to chat with only thing we couldn't handle those anything like this before that he's not waiting anymore bro did I want it, don't sound too. I don't believe you cause. I mean why do you know why don't match the difference between MAGIC and Charlie? I don't think Charlie was ever called anybody more four people yeah we wanted. We wanted to be magic at point in our lives. Everybody wanted magic, Johnson's live, show what is showing his stand up, all that was in twenty eleven when he was on that thing. If that's the problem, you know what fix that those Russell Peters fixed that Russell Peters fixed because he went with him. So what would happen who was Charlie was trying to do it by himself and really didn't have anything to say and people get bored after awhile. They would boo him and like he was like. Oh fuck, you
I have your money and he's like a bunch of dumb she, We tried to do this live tour, but it didn't plan it out right. So then, when he did, he brought Russell Peters with him, so Russell who's, the best at work in the crack right. Just make something out of nothing right. So Russell just got him to talk and then also would start talking shit and making fun Some would say something Russell incorporate that and Russell treated, comedy shell and turned and turned it into something that was actually good. Includes good. He should work it Brussels there. So it's going to be good cause russells, though right going to handle it and in turn into funny all you just a podcast yeah yeah yeah hi cast back, then nobody cared about podcast. It was early. Have some story, though dude yeah, this cracked stories and then, if you will in a telephone he's, tell he's on it already got heats. What's worse, we remember when he was on television, was talking about just smoke and rocks yes, just all this and the people are what yeah. Yes, I am with
excite people in two nineteen, like we've, seen all the crackheads know back, then it was the right window of time. It was like him coming through and just being unapologetic about doing dogs in, and you don't pay hookers to fuck. You the was unapologetic and that's why it resonated and that's also why no one could get me too thing. It's like course, he'll tell you what he did, No woman is going to say they slept with nourishing exactly yeah. Maybe he did real says every time a girl leave the house all right away, positive, not unless they ship is very nice to them. They like him. They don't want to fucking, throw him under the bus
Some guys are likely old. Like that Drake, I don't know Bout Drake, Derek Jeter, The idea was given a gift bags baby, you know, I'm saying, can you imagine the number that came out? He was getting signed, baseballs. Think about how many I've gotten a signed baseball from their girlfriend as a gift to think about what was going through their heads when they read the post that moment and there's this sign: Derek Jeter baseball, mutherfucking, mantle dude, yeah, there's no other girls might have, but he was just nice to me. He's a gentleman which is going to earn that gift bag. Jojo saying is very true. That's why I always like, when I see dudes still treating women like shittin, two thousand and nineteen like get fuckin' him and kick him out the room and like I don't I'm not answering the phone for after, but I'm like you're wiling be treating her with the utmost respect and being extremely knife that could you just never know, uber she's your friend she she she showed me. Yes, it should be your friend that
like- I don't understand why guys like I say this all the time. So why are you still calling, which is some number We have. We have some benches outback it in a positive way like check this bad bitch out. Yes, that's ok, some of them are just old school business, but there's some, is where it's like you're saying in a derogatory way, like you could say it in a pot. Positive way you're laughing about it or you could say it in derogatory way. Yeah sometimes I'll, say it interrogative. As a man yeah, because I mean it because it made it two thousand and nineteen. No. What about twatt I've never used that ever. But I can't now I've never used. Trouble using the work I did get in trouble. Shall we get, but you got outraged, It was only right at you. Is Nicki Minaj. Now I want to ask you this. First of all, I think what you're doing with you tube is genius. It's brilliant you're. The first comic to really capitalize on using,
You know Netflix, they want to give you special. Like I don't need you. Let me do this it'll get more views and it has- and it's been amazing- it's been beautiful to watch but but you experience because of the popularity increase. Are you experiencing some push back on? in your material, because you go hard Bro, the weirdest thing you know it's like we've curated an expectation for it, so the people that are going there are waiting for it. It's not people who, like got free tickets from the funny Bones website, know what you do. Take their. Therefore it they don't want to talk about eating as to even ask who was just talking about this one on the other day. But like you just talk about privilege, you have to be to eat at no serious. I'm could think about all these third world countries where they can't even eat food, but we're so full in american public. You can have a fuckin' cocktail or without almost dying you think, they're eating us in America were so full. We got so many choices that we move the task we want to do for fun yeah, but I'm telling you they're, not it's,
pretty amazing they're, all leaning into it, and I think that people have had enough with the pc should. So they really like to see the fact that this is out there, and I mean we're posting I'll. Tell you one thing: the Joe Rogan effect we used to one million views a week on my Youtube channel. I came on here two million now wow wow, deadbolt's, crazy, double we'll see. What happens now. As we're putting the brilliant idiots video idiots videos out every week on the channel like without him, that channel doesn't exist. I mean, like you two guys I swear to God. If the biggest influence on the market and like he gave me this opportunity to have all these people view, and I was able to put the stuff out and luckily they liked it, but the same thing happen we just doubled up again I mean it's crazy that is dependent upon generosity and being a fan, because that's what I do I mean when I'm talking to a scientist or talking to you, I'm a fan. I'm interested I'm curious, and it's not like you put on Fox yeah,
grant. You know say, like Andrews funny, he's been funny for exact here's, the other thing that that so now I bios is actually realizing what we all knew already yeah and the the limitations of like those platforms putting you want like Netflix or HBO, or someone that that doesn't exist anymore and it's not. You are not playing your whole game. You know that you go, so getting no systems and they teach you how to shoot three pointers. And instead of like sucking cultivating your whole game, that's why you know bring it. I love very needed. I tried not to promote billion. Ladies, I know this sounds crazy. Now I've got. This is interesting and the reason I do it because I love our audience. I love that group of people who come to listen to us every week. They know that we just out here saying some wild shit, not even on purpose, just because we're we're we're trying to get ideas out we're just talking through things. It's when you bring those outsiders in who here you don't know any context and nothing take that little piece out of context
into the rest of the world. Now the rest of the world is outraged. We have got to come over here, any fucking way right. You know we want to be wild. He wanted to talk about. That is where do you think that's going like? It is outrage culture? full outrage. It's coming back. We turned it around. I agree around. You know what made me think about that two situations in the past two weeks. I can't remember the first one, but the Whoopi Goldberg went from yesterday with Bella Thorne. I didn't hear Bella Thorne. She took some nude pictures. Somebody was going to expose him, so she just shared him herself. First, I think somebody hacked her out in the water Hector Cloud. Somebody like cloud they're, trying to say hey we're going to put this out in less. You give us money or Someshit she's, like sucking I'ma put my own sheet on twitter yeah. So what we go it's going to drain it will set of juggernaut. My name is the lovely. What we get on the viewer will be gold. Look to the other! Ninety! When you take pictures, they go up to the cloud hackers can hack you so Don't take pictures yeah. She was like it's just common sense like it's. Not it's not worth it. Just don't take the pictures he was like. Oh you,
victim shaming, but I thought that I thought that would outreach is going to be it wasn't. There was like oh shoot, you're talking to become if there's not Bella came out, is that you would be a victim saying what the general public on social media was, like, so yellow matter will before talking common sense and how they, oshit. If you can't say it's victim, shaming if she's correct, because we are going into an era where all information is going to be available to every button. I think that said that that's gonna be a good thing. We're gonna have to overcome the privacy is going out the window. It's not exist anymore, like what are expect regions of privacy are so much different than people that lived in our parents, age. Well, our kids. It's going to be even less and then their kids nonexist joke they didn't even know. Fdr was crippled. That's right after I was crippled
see they didn't know he would literally hold himself up at the podium. I think he got polio or some shit as I can write. So he was paraplegic right and put the press respected his role as president and they respect his privacy. I mean he had side which is had all this shit going on an he would just stand up at the podium holding himself up whenever you're talking everything else. Besides that they kind of rolling around in the people didn't because it wasn't this access, so I want us to get back to the line in each other. All dead scares me because I could think about it used to be a time where you didn't know what somebody's religion was. You didn't know what somebody is Politike reviews were like you didn't like. No, you, like you, just went you present it and you went to home. I think we need to get back to that. Well, I think it's too much mutherfucking, so every so called truth get back in the closet, not just with your geisha, just whatever you back the bullshitin, he took everybody just get back to Bullshitin each other 'cause guess. What remember I used to say I don't want to 'cause. You can't handle the truth that this error, the world, cannot
and the truth. Why what is happening with they won't tell that ufos that you oppose probably go crazy when reality is, we really probably need to know ufos exist 'cause. It would humble the fuck out of everyone. Every time we get a lower right like in every move right the only time, Russia and China and America get on a conference call is when ok. The movies aliens are coming out. The movies Ronald Reagan said that in a speech in the 80s Ronald Reagan told Mikhael Gorbachev, wider fucka. We beefing 'cause one day we might be. We might have an extraterrestrial threat. And then we got to come together and everybody was like what the is wrong and we can talk click quickly. We put aside our differences, were three phase face within a threat from an alien world in there, but it was like what does he know. Yeah
Oh, I would respect I will find out tonight so we will find out tonight. I would respect your prejudice if aliens came and you still had held on or whatever the fuck you know just like you were still racist. If you were still homophobic, if you were still transforming got the aliens game I'll be like this is bigger than alien life. That's not a girl. That's a bucket dude in a dress. Get pregnant hold on ET get pregnant, oh my god. How to respect the fund. Now today, I'm like! Ok right, so you know it's true. I thought you know it's really. It was really long and his real I'd really don't have no choice but to respect do you think you'll agree with it Johnny here. I think we're getting to the end of outrage. I think which culture I think is almost over. We had we put in a clip this last week of there's this kid in the front, row in a wheelchair heckling mean saw the sun. That was little areas and we went back and forth initially, I put it out like a funk. What's going to happen, I'm going to have like people rolling up to my shows and like fun.
So you have that really well. He was also a special kid. He had something you know, people have it your river around people and they just have a fucking like they have a click. You know who has it already already had arisha fear he has this fuckin' under something I just wanna round. Just like him. I just kind of wanted. Tell me his opinions on ship he's asked him about it. He just said you feel like carpets and he'll. Just fucking tell you who I am done whatever so it's like he just had this thing had such as of energy and I'm making fun of a guy from Fuckin' being in a wheelchair and he's making fun of me for having a shity upper body and like literally I go to my was. I said your upper body pretty good. He goes what's your excuse, like this moment It was cool, no backlash shouldn't matter, except for the guy. In the wheelchair
If everybody else is like well a lot of folk. Are you picking on him if the guy in the wheelchair don't care and the guy in the wheelchair is going back and forth while fucking you jumping in never people that have it? Never always parents of people that have things like when there was this person's seizure in one of my videos, everybody who had seizures was cool with it. It was always apparent of Edward a seizure who was like my son- suffers from how dare you want a clip up like that, so it's always a fence on behalf of 'cause. I really think that people who suffer for things they went through way harder things in a joke, yeah and actually like that they're being spoken to as a regular person in the audience not baby like every other part of their life, If we can, I get the door for you. Can I get there yeah alright for the first time, I'm in it, I don't I don't post, I won't post or like make jokes. I talked about something that I wouldn't want to happen to me or somebody. I love, though right you don't like it, you gotta be stuff. I can handle it. I'm saying yeah
HIV aids- I don't want it. Bug. Catchers are yeah, it's a big deal around people who have, though they try to get it yeah, a bunch of guys, the gay community we're trying to get into that yeah. That's like mustard, crow, hello on self loathing, people that wanted to get HIV, and this is back in the day where it was a death sentence. There was a lot of guys that were doing that hold on Cole they're goal yeah they would try. They would put out ads like Craigslist looking for HIV positive guys to give me the bug. This is why I called happen, because people need to be part of something there. It's like in them. One some people just broke. Exactly because I heard about that twenty years ago, and I thought that was crazy but not, and I'm thinking about it. I'm like what was their life like
I need to know what their life is like if they had something to lose. If they was actually successful, would they be doing that? I didn't know what kind of people were out there trying to catch this bulk, this every every step in the spectrum of crazy. You think about it and there's a whole fuckin' category, people that are doing that so bug catching was one of 'em like it was a big thing where guys were like actively going out and trying and guys who had HIV were trying to go, give it to people yeah, that's why I did think will comma. I don't even necessarily believe in common anymore, because every day of our life, we are trying to avoid crazy right yeah, but you can't you say when a guy comes in with a gun and shoots up a school yeah like what are we supposed to do, we do any cause that, but he's got something going on with his life that caused him to snap and it affected us I, if you're walking down the street- and you guys just angry about something he bumps into you and you're. Like oh excuse me. Let's talk to me just use me and he's ready to fight. I don't have nothing to do with
right, I've got everything to do with him, so you really can't avoid it is crazy. Yeah exist. I had a conversation with someone. They were talking about. Like everything in your life you have manifested and created. I go. Ok, explain: babies who get shot in drive by wire, shut the fuck yeah. This is random things that happened, kids get leukemia. What would they do something bad come on? I used that's bigger than you, that's something that people hate to hear. We are a very small part of this big fuckin' ecosystem right. We really think that everything in our life is that important that it could affect the world, get the fuck outta here. Sometimes random factors. Could you think about the secret, like the law of attraction, your thoughts become things. I think the thing that we forget about that is not only do it's not just are thought to start actions. You know I'm saying it's not like you're just sitting around, you didn't think you didn't sit around and think about doing this. You actually put some fucking work. That's the difference between the secret in reality. Is that People think that you think things into existence, but no when you're successful and people say what did you do? Well, I thought this into existence showing how you
that well, I got up every morning at six hundred am when I fucking hustled to the gym, and then I wrote jokes all day you go little bit. She didn't put in the work and put in the work. It's like it's like literally. If somebody said you hate one day, you're going to win the lottery, so you just sit at home right. Waiting to win the lottery Powerball ticket. You know what I think. I should tell her that joke he's, like you, don't think they're starving kids in Africa thinking about food. Thank you truly nice roast beef sandwich an incoming exactly. I don't get me wrong. It's plenty of things that I've thought about that I've manifested, but, like you said, I took the steps to go put in the work like this focus. There's a process discipline. I got this theory I'll put in the weed in the bag. You know saying the came from the movie belly because now than Dmx's than it is to
people with these two young kids and they were backing up the weed and all the kids like you want give money with y'all on both get money and taxes like put the weed in the back first then go out there and get money. You have to go through the process, so I can start with a thought yeah, but you still gotta execute pushing fuckin' workin'. I remember I was talking this girl. She was a friend of a friend of mine, and she was telling me how I I found the secret and my my life is going to be amazing now and I'm going to I'm going to get married and I'm meet the right man. Never desire is like ok and then I ran into her like a year later. She came to one of my comedy shows and I'm how's everything going she's like I don't, I've been using the secret life is a mass, my father's in jail. She was a sweetheart of a person, but she really believed that her it was going to transform I'll. Never forget the juxtaposition of those two conversations. That's why that's why the positions that were in media? You have to be very responsible with these positions, Malcolm X. That makes them
control the media control the minds of the masses, so you have to be very, very responsible what I remember when you used to get a lot of flack for putting on his different voices that people didn't agree. Yeah, why you giving these people a platform platform like everybody deserves to be heard. Yeah Yes, sir, I'm not everybody, but I just I want to know how people think too, I wanna a even if I don't agree with, especially if you don't hear conversation isn't a cosine and I think that's what we own. We often mistake well in this day and age. Two was especially in the left that so many people are talking bout D. Platforming, you want to d platform people I don't like I thought that I don't like that. I mean I could either as a people get medal of all bought as weak innocent of the commas. He made Miley on ESPN, which I didn't I didn't. He just was like she was like hey. Let's give me that you should give me anything. But we didn't. He said it just like that. You could bring anything and say you nitwit, you could shift. It was a placeholder if she had said hey, let's switch it up. He would
Ok, you switch to maintain its all, but every people like, oh, they need to stop. No more ESPN! I'm like wait a minute literally just Last year you always seen he was drunk oncolytic pick making right. You love him or hate him. He's good entertainment with that. Now, because he said that you want to take them off and I'm like, we got to stop doing that. Yeah guess what every single one of us is going to say something that is going to offend some body at some point yeah that doesn't mean that we shouldn't have a platform, I'm not calling nobody to get killed, but also makes things fun when people say stupid shift. Sometimes you know when Stevens it was going off about Andrew, is winning the title in about it looks like butter bean. This is a disgrace. There was mad, like the guy, is speaking the way he would speak. If you were around him. Do you got appreciate that and less you want everybody to be Ryan Seacrest. You should fuckin' appreciate others anything wrong, Ryan Seacrest, but you should appreciate someone who just given you, what they really think? Yes,
Why don't we do that's? Why he's so popular? We pretend to hate it, but the reality is we're going to keep listening. This second major is also attention. A lot of people like alright at some America fee She does like Donald Trump. Is president? That's why the Kardashians are still viable, what the first family drama every year every year they find a new piece of drama. Most tickets cool the show ends. So they need a new piece of drama You got cheat on this here, who's going to baby, you can be the baby, but whatever it is every year you can chop it off, but you know what I respect her for with Kim she is getting people out of jail, she's gone from Jenna mentally. I can go back before that. I respect the Kardashians because if we really really pay attention, The Kardashians over the past ten years rather well, you gotta, put them up there with some of the greatest dynasties of all time, but this is Lakers. This is patriots. This is fucking fit made billions, yes, billions with a b, so much so many. Social conversations have started because of the Kardashians you talking about interracial relationships, you're talking about the trans,
thing. You talking about a barrel Johns Mental, hopefully coneys surgery. They did change the shape of american women, they changed absolutely they change the dances they made that whole fat relocation thing popular. Let's suck at your waist turn your weights, this little thing and turn your new this ridiculous platform before okay can can learn that from black women. Could we get a, but that's up by a and that we would look at someone who really has it yeah. It's different You will see a woman who has a big asses. Naturally it looks like it belongs on us. It's a diff, yeah yeah, yeah yeah. They have thick legs right. There, they're they're genetically superior, build like a Turkey day, yeah built sexy, kept him desperation, Rick from room to Kim, came up into the the black circuit right. He did King magazine,
even small? That's right! That's right! That's right! Yeah! When you Williams, radio, show or early on that's what I better. I mean what I would do a review which he knew her before she was ever on anything when she was whose whose assistance some of this is he was Paris, Teeter organized organized closets for Paris, Hilton. I gotTA old picture like me and Kim from like two thousand and six different yeah, but I will say always had that vision. Cheese always say, I'm going to do a Paris is doing times one hundred Why she did it she Mutherfucking did it secret. She used a secret secret. Is black dick? That's the secret smoke, a black cock amazing dad kicked her out because it used to be the kiss of death of a girl did porn. That was the head. Lisa Ann yeah. She was the one to break that down. Well, what's it to her Jenna Jamison, I think Jamison was the first one to become actually popular outside of porn. Oh, I thought you meant, like the first person to break like the race
Yes, she was there for us. She was the first to break the race, but, but I mean doing porn period of where they are. You could be up where you can be a celeb outside yeah. You talk about. Radio is not going to be what I came up with celebrity sex tapes. You were far between that really popped off yeah made office acts. Do you, member when girls, we showed him an awfully, they were showing the on purpose. When you get out of bed, get out of cars in the camera. Just happened to be downward. There Pussey is yeah fuck. Did you not know that camera was down new, your puzzy? They set that up and move that's a lot of confidence. They work with liming out of their cars, showing their pussy not allowed, which fingers what is happening yet a lot which figures now. That's all the more reason you gotta respect him Chabros at grown. I was helping out of cause and you could see her vagina is doing. Sex tapes is out here getting prisoners. Free is doing that. I don't give up yeah. I don't give a fucking she's best friends with Donald Trump. I don't care,
about prison reform care about criminal justice reform? Yes, you should be happy that these people are getting out. If you're worried about oh well, she's, doing it in the White House with Donald Trump who give the ship that you think the guy who just did fifteen years, kids, careful careful enough, but nothing cares what President let him outside in which she doesn't have to do this right. She could just be buying cars and getting her nails done he's choosing to spend her time to get these people that are unjustly accused and convicted and get them released, and and Trump not like. I'm not he's listening to her health under that, but you know why, because he's a celebrity, he understands angles, so you keep sending all these politicians to talk to a celebrity. Yes, it goes over his head yeah. I got a thin another celebrity to get in his ear yeah because he understands that type of when he understands their power. He understands where they're reaches. He knows the Kim K doing something is way more valuable than some random. You know Democrats Congress person have seen it so much now. You look at capital past few weeks. You see not I,
is there meat meaty in David Gross is they're talking about opportunities on legislation I was there with Taraji talking about. Social, emotional learning in schools in therapy. You had a tiny. See code, Danny Glover was dead, as we talking about Hr40 had Jon Stewart they're talking about. Two, nine hundred and eleven would be compensated Bro. I don't even by the way to nine hundred and eleven should I didn't even know that was going on if Jon Stewart hadn't done that that would have never even known that was going on, and that is fuckedup and it was a simple statement. The people you said you would never forget. You forgot who does not want to nobody paid. Anybody can get that you can be with no teeth sitting in front in South Carolina in the trailer park. You understand you understand that language Jon Stewart doesn't have to do that. Doesn't do it because he needs to it's in him. It gives you a different sense of purpose. Yeah, like that's what it really means: so. When you talk to me about talking about anxiety and mental health like the past couple of years, I feel like I've been walking in my purpose. You know because I truly feel like if we can get more people to deal with their mental health issues.
You'll reduce so much in other bulshit. We complaining about in America the violence the gun shootings, because when you got a bunch of people who have never dealt with their trauma, never dealt with their pain in their hurt, hurt people hurt people, and all we do is go around redistributing that pain to others. You think, murderers and rapists do that. She could put it through love it. No, they are broken damage people, so they go and break in damage. People? So if you can get people to deal with their mental health issues, man that's the foundation of it all to me, that's the real secret. Getting through to test it yeah. There is a thing about about purpose that, like what happens, I think when some people reach financial independence- and I mean like fuck- you money, meaning like you, don't have to work anymore, your family, good. Everything is good
You have some people go well, I'm going to get even more money and I'm going to become a billionaire and the trillion or whatever, and then some people go I'm going to live life instead of survive it or, if you're working every week, so you can get a paycheck there's, absolutely nothing wrong with the majority of people. Are you are surviving? Yes, that job is no different than being out there in the forest. Trying to find some food, you can get some shelter, you get financial dependence, you have the opportunity to truly do whatever you want every single day with your life death and some people go. You know what I want to do. I want to go to fucking DC and help out with these causes, or I want to put on a whole comedy community. You know what I mean like you really put it on your back. I want to help other people out
to have these conversations and just talk shit about fucking magic having HIV whatever it is, we're actually choosing to do the things that we enjoy 'cause. You realize it was important like even when you talk about something like that, but only in legislation. I feel, like that, goes hand in hand with mental health, because the environment is so important. So if you can get into these exist these poor disenfranchised. There is, and you can start putting things in these communities that people actually need like in the hood. You replace the liquor stores in the chicken spots in the check, cashing places which juice bars in mental health. Spa wellness, centers things that people actually need now you an environment where people can thrive in instead of just trying to fucking survive in yeah. You know, I'm saying you can't properly deal with your mental health. You trying to survive every fucking day, what you're doing is very important as you bringing up that conversation. That conversation wasn't taken place before the mental health converse. Patient, about anxiety amongst cool, successful Just wasn't happening. Everybody was pretending, everybody was there they're hiding from it. You can only occurs. You you
get the float tank in your bucking compound yeah, telling people about that. Oh yeah! Ok, I'm going the reasons why that thing became popular, and I got one in two thousand and two wow yeah. I did it for the first time like three weeks ago, yeah man. If you go to some flow places, they ask you how you found out about it. It's like. Did you find out from the internet, Yelp then I'll, say Joe Rogan. That's why I wanted to 'cause. I talk about it. So much is videos I mean I gave one away even though I had bought a new one, and I said I'm going to give one away tonight: just got random emails and I picked one of 'em had it sent to this guys I had it set up. I just 'cause. I wanted people to know about what these things are. I've never felt stillness like I felt inside of floating yeah. It's amazing. It's like you know at first, you like. Ok, I want you to get naked young of their own. You know the folks, you know saying and they're like not complain a lot of confidence in your when you swing in and the I'm a I'm a I'm a girl- and I show my seat is like because it's making that now
actually trying to make him or Tuesday Bro. I can't be sorry. I actually was trying to make it a little chubby just in case. You can't trust these people- I don't know but might be, recording me initiate. So the lights went off and it's like when you first get in. Allowing yourself to relax 'cause the first you're fighting it a little bit. You got your head up, you like, I don't know, I'm a drowned, Finally, just relax, you don't even know what's going on with right and I've never experienced a level of students like that. It wasn't. It was period when I thought I was actually like my alive right now. Right 'cause, your eyes are open, but it's totally dark. It's totally dark, you don't know if you're really and you don't know, feel the water you don't feel to water, even if you're in and out of consciousness is it's too is what everybody should do, float there yeah. I agree guys what is the hardest part about having influence so my.
Pregnant pause. I was told right, then the clock was going like you do well, timed. I don't know what's hard is I don't think about it that way? The thing is that you're very this is it's very there's very few people that have the opportunity to have the kind of influence that you or I have or you it's it's. It's very very strange. I think the you got to realize what harm you can do. He got to be careful with the kind of things you say, the kind of things you promote. You know the kind of things that you sign off on or agree to, and I think there's also a responsibility to tell people about cool It tell me about things that have benefited you'd health tell people about how you overcome your own personal mistakes. I think all those things are very important yeah. I never. I never even thought about having influence until like the past three four years, because you know I'm I'm is he doing. My thing is doing it.
Then, when you, when you realize you are having influence in a lot of that, influence could be negative. Yeah. That's when you realize, like oh shit, make sure I'm doing the right things with these platform I seen I mean. Let me make sure I'm bringing on the right voices that people can learn from make sure I'm telling people about the things in my life that are making me a better person. So for me, it's like the best I mean I get nowadays and people said man you really grown like you've. You've really evolved like like it's visible. People can see it yeah that right there, let me know I'm putting out the right energy into the ecosystem and it also people become inspired to seek that same kind of path. When someone in the public eye yourself and they see you grow and expand and change your views on things it also inspires other people to open up themselves and change their own perspective and enhance their own way of looking at the work
yeah when I'm wrong. Yes, it'll. I said a lot of up while you're you're going to live on the air you're, not reading a script right now, you're free ball and it's going to happen every day and I think the worst thing that can happen to is like for me. You know breakfast clubs only been going on for nine years. I never had experience this level of a two chain- and you know you start reading things about yourself in the media. Like you read real articles like to hip hop, oh so I got to be like even more that ship. So what Howard oh, 'cause, I'm giving him a little bit of 90s. How far away would how would you know Fuckwitt, you know so it's just like you can get caught up in that you know you could get caught up in what people's expectations If you are you change, you know a lot of people say that happens to certain comedians, so they become their character. Ice dice
I was going to bring up? His name is Andrew Silverstein DOT the dice man, who was a character that he would do in his bid? He would do he would do uh. Routine, where he would be John Travolta. He would do a Sylvester Stallone and then he would do this character called the dice man, and that part was so funny and so good it took over. As all I went to time, Toto, Yale, Windy, William show back in the day when I was when these side kick in you to win the Vh one. When we had a show on Vh one every day, Klay additional Beach once we bought him one to promote it and like we just ended going. I don't know why the fuck ended up going to happen. Yes and like. Someone edited it to make it look like he like kind of fucked me up, but they kept a couple of he was really upset. I called him. I said you like a fat font,
loved it? He was like who the fuck are you carry with his basketball, fuckin' living? I'm like oh shit, it's on got it on most people laugh at that. I thought it was funny. I want to be able to offer that if I looked like a fat Fonzie Brochet, you have to go down. I was only that something discontinued. Terminator model remember terminated its people with interesting, but what you said, Israel 'cause I'd, never want to become a character chill myself and I feel like it was a certain point in my life, where I was becoming a character of myself and it's like that's not real, like you can't claim claim to be a real person and be out here pretending be real. You either. Really you not and was real, is YO. Being honest about going to a therapist was really being honest about you,
Mental health issues was really talking about being a father like real shit like you can't always be trying to be cool. This is not cool, that's fake and that only existed when there was like some sort of a do. Your your your pride projecting something you put something out there in these small bits when you're doing what you doing, looking for hours and hours on gotta, be you gotta, be you you at the end day, it's going. Would you like anything else before that? And the people with the longest careers I feel like are the people who evolve born time right yeah, you could see the guys who have real growth, like Howard Stern in the beginning, when we really think about Howard, like check for cuifen on speakers. Oh yeah. That was a normal thing.
In the Howard, stern radio show is come in. Who has the loudest cuif on the speaker there lucky that Tiffany Haddish wasn't around back then I will be over six at Microsoft. Frequency she makes a cannon sound. It doesn't even make sense what she's like launching midgets into the fucking atmosphere yeah she used to do that all the time she would keep on what she's shameless baby doesn't give a fun guys to Fokker like on comedy oh yeah, well, it's Shimon, not his kind of an elitist approach to comedy it's quite interesting, somewhat pee like Cindy likes bars. He says he likes jokes. He doesn't like school fucking still fucking. If it's the right bit can be funny brands that it has to be the it has to be a real comic, with the real reason to fuck that stool. There has to be something to it I think Eddie Focus Tool, store. Bro, see I like Eddie
Richard I like Chris Rock bless you I like hell. No I'm saying I like I like those guys that actually get on stage and say something like have something, and perhaps something to say. Louis CK has nothing to say. I like people that have something to say all that stool fuckin'. This thing I want to get him on stage. I think he could do it I would I would do. I would never disrespect to craft like that. Well, you wouldn't have to disrespect it. You would just have to want to do it and then yeah. I don't want to do it. I think we do it for fun. I don't know one time if you don't want to do it, don't do it, but you could do it. I tried one weekend in my first job was like you know what I'm going to sit down. I don't want anybody ever salaries up trying to stand up. Well, maybe don't try it. Ok, maybe I'll trash. This is not for everybody, but you know well my bad show age. Ok, maybe I don't have an active talent. We just did three hours.
Yeah, that's right, let's bring it home hate Andrew! Thank you senator thank you and thank you job to miss out to bring the job. I really do appreciate what you do for for comments, though yeah I know I because I got the what you do for Andrew and Jesse Maple, Russo and Miss Pat down O'Reilly's people I really suck with. So thank you for that. My pleasure. It's for me. It's uh, I'm honored that I have the platform to be able to help alright bye buddy face face. Thank you. Everyone for tuning into the podcast and thank you to our sponsors. Thank you. Casper mattress is fuqing Badah Sauce awesome mattresses at super reasonable price, with, on top of this, a one hundred night risk free sleep on a trial, free shipping and free returns. Why you waiting folks. You know you need a mattress and Casper mattresses are the get.
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