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Dec. 6, 2021

It's Beginning to Look a lot Like Christmas

It's Beginning to Look a lot Like Christmas

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas as Jeff and Ant go over the week's stories. Christmas movies, Elf on the Shelf, and a new segment, The Bar Exam, is officially introduced in this action-packed episode.

Topics Discussed:

  • Is Mike Shethar selling drugs?
  • The new DMX documentary
  • The Three 6 Mafia and Bone Thugs Verzuz battle
  • Video Music Box documentary
  • Ready to Die lyrics over DJ Premier beats
  • Will Mariah Carey ever show up to a Verzuz
  • Are the Mccalisters the worst parents in cinematic history?
  • The parents of school shooter going to jail
  • New album reviews
  • An all-new Ghetto word of the week

Ghetto Word of the Week: Kick It
Urban Dictionary: kick it

Albums Reviewed on The Bar Exam:
Christina Shauntay' - Backwood Sweetie
Wreckage Manner - Styles P, Havoc 

Referenced Links:
What If DJ Premier Produced Life After Death? by Jimmy Green | Mixcloud

Parents of alleged Michigan school shooter remain jailed on combined $1M bond - ABC News (go.com)

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Transcript
Jeff:

Thank you for tuning in to another episode of the kosher. This is episode 72. I'm Jeff I'm here with my man and was good homie.

Anthony:

I'm alright man, apparently. I mean he wasn't going to be on this week but apparently Mike is out in Hawaii doing drugs or some shit so good cheap that.

Jeff:

I don't know what he does but we still don't know what he really did. He came on here before he said he was a chef. He said him and his wife got a podcast he got me promoting his shit on my notes on my show notes. Where where all he does is post pictures on Facebook that he's in this state that he's in this country that he's traveling here. He's on this beach. He's on this mountain. He's on this resort. Like what the fuck?

Anthony:

What does What does recon call himself the chef. Why? Huh? Exactly. Are you insinuating it? I'm telling you that he ain't really cooking some other shit. It could be cooking up some other shit in the pot. Trust me. That's why in a whole nother country you got to get some new products. I want to try some fruit in Hawaii. Of course you do. My fucker. Yes, you do.

Jeff:

Shout out to Mike sheet the man whatever you do for a living so I'll go still love you, man.

Anthony:

I said we thought we'd be on board with him. But there's a whole criminal conspiracy. Like do you know Michael? Yes. You know he was doing for a living like Nah. I heard that he was a chef. Do you know that? We found about 18 kilos of cocaine inside of his trunk. Where? Your body?

Jeff:

We're going to confiscate every episode of your podcast that he's on. We're going to analyze we're going to hold we're going to use the shifts in court. Give me the hard drive when all of this shit on episode 69 He says he's a chef. You see this is code word this is street slang. The jury needs to be able to decipher which chef means

Anthony:

these are the terms the Negroes using a shrink according to cocaine. Yana guilty is charged take them away. But you got bail money like mighty soda like coke to put some of that brother can't Christmas time. I got to do Sorry.

Jeff:

He's in a hip hop podcast. Take this Negro lover away with one

Anthony:

African American gentlemen and one Dominican American gentlemen. It sounds like they deal with dope. Let's get them all together. It's called a RICO

Jeff:

bullshit we get letters in the mail for indictments and shit like we show up in court going to Oregon by next week

Anthony:

like cable bill bullshit and flip through like Oh, jury, dude, maybe open it up like Oregon. Now you know we get that getting random white dude not gonna do anything they go and deliver your piece like oh, yeah, you've been served and walk away. Yeah. I got a quarter period and across the fucking the country in three weeks now have fun Mike see in prison.

Jeff:

But enough about Mike Fuck him. Let's give a shout out to our patrons. Actually he's one of our patients.

Anthony:

Fuck your patrons Kip I know you do drugs

Jeff:

grand Kaiser mandatory shout out to him we got to mention the name but ever since that there's other patriots Now I also want to pay to get the names mentioned the catcher fillings issue you know I'm saying

Anthony:

I told you that I said you can't mention one name like I pay for the privilege but hear my name heard across your waves right state the case.

Jeff:

So shout out to grant to grant Carson a shout out to D block aka Alex so safe look at that names they don't

Anthony:

have to call names you got to make sure just other ship like just Alex s like like then rehab or something it because these names are incriminating like so saying Sosa sounds really familiar boasts fact going to jail man fuck

Jeff:

but yo we got two new reviews on Apple yo let me read them shits have a reviewed by somebody by the name of MX Sandy 12 said Great pod adore this show. Mandy Sandy

Anthony:

what the Sandy was an eye or why? Why? Okay,

Jeff:

so that means it's a female. No, I'm

Anthony:

just taking it because I know since Sandy do IOI is like it's one of those ambidextrous unisex Thank you think I'm a lefty and righty. Left and right handed. I don't know they got both hands

Jeff:

now we have one more from and they spelled the funny but it's supposed to be ridiculous. Patron us one ridiculous Patronus one whatever said awesome show. The banter is hysterical on the show, entertaining and fun content from beginning to end. Really enjoy the breakdowns of actors on the show. And the opinions on different performances great hosts with fantastic chemistry can't wait for more. Did they just call us actors?

Anthony:

I don't know. I'm hoping that we could we were talking about actors, right? They're not calling us actors because we a lot of things. When actors know it's a lot of thing we lie a whole lot but actually and how not to do list after though, just for the check.

Jeff:

We was we was talking last week we are Manny faces shout out to him remember when he mentioned the video music box we talked about? Yeah that you've used a box and how that revolutionized and just like that Showtime man fuck yeah NAS NAS got that made a documentary about video music box. And I was just talking about this show. You haven't watched it?

Anthony:

No, me either. I actually have a chat to me that someone sent it to me like, Oh, shit. Oh, like, oh, oh, not produce it. I wasn't thinking not to do it. But just video music box was such a big part of my childhood. How long was seeing that up there? Oh, DJ Rob McDaniel.

Jeff:

Ralph McDaniels many faces brought him up.

Anthony:

And it was an extra it was not high tech than me because I didn't want a basic camcorder just man on the streets,

Jeff:

big and shit. But I saw that the next documentary. That's the one I just recently saw. Are you saying how emotional was it is so I watched that show. I was like, Yo, if you don't at least tear up a little bit. You ain't human you are you have zero emotions. You're just cold shit.

Anthony:

Like, you might have a hard life like x like you just can't feel shit.

Jeff:

Like his one son, his oldest son. He's like the one that you know, I mean, really good. When he's talking. Yeah, but I thought the documentary would be longer though, man. Like, it's just that one year like 2019 He came out of jail. And he did his tour. It doesn't go all the way up to his death.

Anthony:

No, no, no, it's just that one of them. So he had a prison up until then. The whole thing is like he's at the point of his life like it's and that's the strange thing about DMX. You can you should probably do a movie about his life but the problem is to be perfectly played it's part of the mix is now dead to who's that Michael K Williams. They'll find somebody who you think will work as DMX that's that's hard cuz you got to have that internal pain would you like

Jeff:

to find somebody you know go do it. Papa doc the new black the new Captain America was his name that he did the bootleg no puck.

Anthony:

Captain America I'm not my money for DMX. I mean, I'm getting a smart one you can pay me $1 million to play didn't need to know Yeah, but find somebody else. America but it

Jeff:

wouldn't be hard to find somebody just due to accent or my dog Jack them all.

Anthony:

I know it wouldn't be a problem to find the accent but like said once you watch that documentary you see that he was a lot of ways about a lot of things like he's the superstar DMX but he just regular ass person just seen that on a

Jeff:

blog. It'd be in Yonkers, you know, block playing dice, you know, drinking smoking with the homies from the hood. He grew up in chillin going to the bodegas talking to you know, I was like damn, man regular.

Anthony:

Yeah, like and like I said, he always gave like he does in the hood. Kids rapping for him like no do it like this. And they get an emotion he's put all their heads together like

Jeff:

it's just sad that he had an addiction but he could have been the best ever you could have been on the top. You know, I'm saying two platinum albums in one year last rapper, the dude that was making hit movies, action flicks, but he was addicted to pussy and he was addicted to fucking drugs. Yeah, and even in the video they show where he relapsed, but they like he disappeared for a few days like they couldn't even find them because he had realized that he checked himself into the fucking rehab. I just wished it would have recorded past 2019 I wish they would have kept recording for the next couple years to see his you know his ups and downs or the way you're leading up to his death. Maybe I should have saved them you know, I mean, if they would have kept recording so he would have had people around him all the time to check up on them you know, I'm saying yeah, but he but how many people are because after they stopped recording a documentary how many of those people you think probably kept up with him? You know, I'm saying

Anthony:

a few did but even ex said it in a document. He's like, you know, I just want like, he didn't really care about the fame and stuff like that. I just want to rap. Like he said about tours like like like when you're doing a contract he was sitting like

Jeff:

he wasn't even paying attention growing up and I was like, yeah, that's fucked up. You need to pay attention here his little son in the in the meeting, running around distract. I'm not Yeah, he shouldn't even be in the he needs to be focused on this contract. His manager looking at him like, Yo, what the fuck you're doing like you'll pay attention. They try to explain in the contract. He's like, Yo, you're gonna read it big as books and he was like, whatever you want to sign just sign it. He's like, managers like now we need to read this shit. He's like, I just whatever Just sign it. I'm like yo, read the fucking contract pay attention to what they're telling you man get your money right bro you don't get before he ain't give a fuck about none of that

Anthony:

shit. But the whole thing about the money is like it's gonna this is going to go to her this is going to go to this is going to go to that. Like I ain't going to see this shit like this sign.

Jeff:

Right, man. Thank you mama is coming after him. Yeah, I

Anthony:

got mad people mad money and I worry about the back end up like yo, just sign fucking papers like I know see? I know see Tim pretended to ship everything I go to this person was like, oh, like some some ship was properties and everything else like that. So it wasn't gonna go anywhere. He wasn't man at the end of his rope,

Jeff:

furnish it to his do don't own nothing but Timberlands you know, he just he's still dressed like he on the block. Even in the one scene where they had him like doing a GQ magazine or whatever. And they had him wearing a shirt that I know he would never wear. I'm like, yo, he don't even look right into shit. He had him at a turtleneck. And all of this and glasses looking preppy. I'm like yeah, I'm like you're right after this photoshoot you taking all that shit off and you go right back to baggy ass jeans some Tim's and the long white t like he in 94

Anthony:

when changed at all, like I think that mesh Aren't Tim's ever like like a whole? Like I've never like I've never seen I've ever seen DMX in a parish. I didn't even know I think I saw him wearing a pair of fucked up sneakers and belly when he was right when he killed dude.

Jeff:

And that was a bad choice person that wasn't but yeah, he was playing a role. That was

Anthony:

literally an actor's choice and even an appointment. I think there was an Atlanta when him and the two young boys and they shot each other you sit at the table still wearing him? Like, that's like, that's like a superhero costume. Like, I don't know what else I'm wearing, but I'm wearing T shirts.

Jeff:

So he said like I'm going back to jail next time the county or the state CMEs gonna be in the bag.

Anthony:

The man was he didn't lie did he know you know? That his mental health is worth I'm going out just like this.

Jeff:

I don't like to pair symbols. I don't even remember what the last time I wore them says because they're like in the client that way and I got them in the box and there's like boxes on top of it. You know? I mean, I don't be I'll be too lazy to even go out of my way to find them and take them out the box. What's that? You were like a nine and a half.

Anthony:

Last feet man getting shoes from you.

Jeff:

I do have one. I do have a pair that are big on me though. They might be like 10 they might still be small on your

Anthony:

dog. It works well. Ma'am, here's six one and a half wearing size nine feet. No one who asked me falling over. Last week.

Jeff:

She makes had them just in every color. He had low top Tim's high top super high top. Yeah, Tim's going all the way up to like his knees.

Anthony:

They're like, all double. So if you got a single soul than just them that I'm calling you out,

Jeff:

you can't stop people out and over and over. You got to be able to stop. And maybe that's why he used to wear gym shoes because he was just used to stomping people out

Anthony:

in the street dog. And we're in terms of time you have the strongest cats in

Jeff:

history now. Yeah, but you probably got calluses and shit going

Anthony:

on your feet. You have blisters and calluses, but you can have the strongest calves in history of ordinances heavy. They like wearing ankle weights

Jeff:

Muhfucka go run a marathon and Tim's bro runner from the competition like the ego run the whole marathon with Tim zone.

Anthony:

And the crazy part like I don't know how niggas run from the police intends to they always wear him loose. It's like

Jeff:

you have an old lady. And then the pants be inside the ship.

Anthony:

It's halftime with the tongue hung over and it loose so like you run in and you're like flipping around in your feet and shit like you should like at least turn an ankle or something but no one does. Don't commit crime in teams where Air Maxes don't want Air Force ones to not run those bills are not built for running status. Yes. runnable fuck now.

Jeff:

What has happened is we owe the versus battle. I mean, the shows in the West court

Anthony:

right dog

Jeff:

Yeah, but the ship came on. I got 11 I know you've met some of it. I missed some of it.

Anthony:

Okay, because all right. They came all I had to think about it and here's why it's because the next plane Yeah, and it's because the rain is a plane and not not mess squares taking up could easily have it at the theater and match the square but you can't now could you go all the all the sports teams back so they can't really time it. You put it out west to me and three hours back but I just like I said technical difficulties when I was really a nigga.

Jeff:

Yeah, that DJ that DJ, but that DJ kept messing up. But yeah, they got into a little scuffle. What was it busy was a busy bone. He came out like hola hola before do my next song. You know focus go and have a go and stop laughing at me blah blah blah. First of all, I even realized it was laughing at him.

Anthony:

Ah, you agree? Motherfuckers you may be motherfuckers and then

Jeff:

the one who says suck my dick which is a no you suck my dick. You know that's a no no, you don't say suck my dick to a black man. That's like, oh, I

Anthony:

rules bro. I say that all the time because I'm looking for the feed. Like I'm saying that because you know, I want to fight and then.

Jeff:

And then Bizzy bone pulled the ultimate bitumen. He threw a bottle at them and then ran like a bit behind his

Anthony:

walking. Yeah.

Jeff:

He was like now he threw two bottles actually. Right. I don't even know where the second one came from. Because I know he had one in his hand through it. Another one materialize and he threw it out.

Anthony:

It's just at that moment, if you want to say that, Stan, that like like you through the bottom that you started backing up like, like security, security, security.

Jeff:

Like Like, you bet your ass and where you pitch at and nibble a little scuffle when and then all of a sudden, they gapped it up and there was like, ah, you know, let's squash it and kept it I know cuz

Anthony:

conversing when I say no due to technical, like that's not a technical difficulty, man. This is Nick is being niggas man. Stop that.

Jeff:

But yeah, you know, bone talk has more hits. So I would say that they want to bump dogs. I felt like I felt like Bone Thugs have more hits bro.

Anthony:

Oh, my dad was not good. Oh,

Jeff:

I mean, none of it was good. Like, the whole show wasn't good like that. You know, I mean, there was messing up the songs the DJ was fucking up. Like they was forgetting the verses. They played a verse that wasn't even one of them. And they were the wrong verse hold up.

Anthony:

And that's like the motion was discombobulated. And you're still standing your ground and it was a shit show.

Jeff:

I mean, at the end of the day, they have to me they have more hits. You know, I mean, I understand like, if you grew up in the South or whatever, you would have a different opinion of three six, you know, I mean, but me growing up, I would listen, I was hearing Bone Thugs more, you know, with the ease ease and with the You know, they got the notorious thugs and y'all ain't even play all the hits either like I was texting him like yo, are they gonna play fucking a crossroad and first of all they didn't play first of the month at all and then they left cross rolls to the very end you know when they were like Yo let's give a shout out you know for everybody who passed away the match whatever whatever and then they played that I like that they had Eazy E son on there because he looked just like a father he was doing like the versus you know Eazy E's parts or whatever on the song he looks just like his dad bro.

Anthony:

Three six pulled out young book. Get a bow MJg Terrence Howard and lo Aaron's

Jeff:

Howard. Yeah, I was like, oh, because he did the song from Hustle and Flow. You know, it's hot out here for a pimp a.

Anthony:

And then people begging for Wayne to do his own versus they they got so much clout like now they win. Come on, do this real quick. He come up vans and make them dance and then leave like, right, right, right. They beat them.

Jeff:

They look at it like that is showmanship and you know, bringing people out Yeah, I guess they won that.

Anthony:

And the thing with Bone Thugs like, you know, it was cute when y'all was younger and singing and shit. Yo, yo, you're outgrowing the voice that sings on chicken on sound so flat no more than a little

Jeff:

John two I thought I saw little John on stage.

Anthony:

Mm Hmm We didn't seem like it but it seemed so weird. Like I said phone phones don't got enough clout to bring out you know, Mariah Carey for

Jeff:

breakdown, right?

Anthony:

She like they had like she has

Jeff:

a show for other people that was there that this was her showing up for you in that room now.

Anthony:

They don't have her number like can we call mark? No. Got a number busy. You got her number flex you got her number? No, no,

Jeff:

maybe maybe maybe if Wu Tang does some shit and they decided to honor like ODB maybe she'll make a guest appearance and even then it might be via satellite, she might just send a video package of like yo, peace to my male dB. Meaghan made a hit together with biller upset she might not even show up in person,

Anthony:

but you know what, I think Mariah is too out of here for her to even do that. Like okay, we can't get married involved in this right who? Mary why not?

Jeff:

I can see my marriage showing up.

Anthony:

Right we could see it but it's like how how likely is that idea?

Jeff:

Yeah, sure. Do the monies if the bag is right. Yes, you do. I can see her doing a versus actually. We've talked about this

Anthony:

and Swiss was already pissed off a bone does but it was getting out of pocket.

Jeff:

I'm saying yeah, they don't want to and I told you it's been getting aggressive ever since the Fat Joe and John Arusha even though they was doing friendly banter but that she was getting aggressive. And I was telling him that you're one of these Oh, and then in the Dipset shit that she got aggressive too we almost got physical and now this one did get physical I'm telling him like yo they gonna fuck this whole shit versus gonna be like Yeah, we were good man. But then again, it's good ratings too so

Anthony:

but slits told them he says here's pretty much the rule from this point forward. If you don't start on time, you're not getting paid on time because basically like Bone Thugs did something with verses where they basically asked like 10 times the rate and the independent experts is like like y'all like y'all been outside and like 23 summers night and asked him 10 times reading he ended up paying it is still paying another thing was like in the reason why they said they said we're not going on until my man from Rikers call to do the prayer get answers there so we're not going on to my man from Rikers call so you can do the prayer and that's why he was late and Swiss like you know what, I'm sick of this shit and I say

Jeff:

we're gonna take place though cuz I was assuming that she was like in the west coast somewhere because yeah, like somewhere the last hour or so? Yes. It's like eight o'clock over there when the shit you know starts and it's like 11

Anthony:

He like come on now. But But what I mean, you could do some shit in Atlanta. You could do some shit. Nah, I wouldn't do Miami but I do see the Miami watch. It was trash. You know live Atlanta will be live. No, not the Carolinas. So it's really Atlanta right now to

Jeff:

do the shit in Florida. I mean, you could do Miami. You could do Texas somewhere Dallas.

Anthony:

I think they did it in Miami before it just didn't work out too good because Miami is kind of because like all those like

Jeff:

because what all the vaccine mandates now in New York you know, they probably gonna be hard pressed to try to even do it in New York.

Anthony:

I mean, the mandates is up before when he did it. I don't know how many of them cars were real but he showed them you got

Jeff:

all you got all these people on stage and that's another thing they're gonna have to regulate. You can't have all these groupies on the stage and cronies and and homeboys like you'll just have the x. This person was it was 100 people on the stage.

Anthony:

What Noriko Shaheen BeFunky. A flunky got mad for like you've ever shot

Jeff:

him shot. He made him apologize. Yeah, he actually came on. Yeah, ammonia on the podcast. Yeah.

Anthony:

My whole thing is like, yo, it's his fault. Like I understand what three six because there's like eight of them. But bone is for y'all. Yeah, but

Jeff:

there was 100 people on the stage and that's how shit starts. Because Okay, you got the axe and they probably peaceful with each other but then you got all the homeboys behind them on this side and the other camp on that side and those are the ones that usually you know get rowdy and start to beef and smoking and they drink and and she gets out of pocket quick, right like literal Am I wrong was good like

Anthony:

that? That will be true, but it wasn't true this time was one of the main artists. Yeah. calling him a bunch of ugly motherfuckers throwing a bottle at him than talking this way. Yeah, but

Jeff:

when you say suck my dick that's it. Throw hands automatic. Hey,

Anthony:

but he didn't want that problem like you do that Bollywood started backing up backing off better than Michael He's I'm getting a bite here. Like three six look deep.

Jeff:

He pulled me back he pulled the homie back bit poured.

Anthony:

And this is what I understand like, Okay, I'm not going to shoot you here. But not gonna shoot you here. But eventually it was really that bad. This concert is going to end there's a bus that you have to get on. And I've got people outside but none of us are gonna

Jeff:

get that happen. He was like I got this bag. Let's just squash

Anthony:

it right he was about to eat but he was about to right then in there. Like yeah, like the motherfucker think it'd be tough like

Jeff:

I mean it does make the ship more entertaining. You know? I mean, but at the same time like shit. It might mess it up everybody you know I'm saying

Anthony:

by No, but he's talking about messing up like you're fucking up your own lyrics fuck you talking about Yeah, you fucking this up. Okay, maybe all songs. y'all. Y'all been drinking y'all? Hi, y'all can't remember shit. Then come on. Y'all still fucking Sandy. Buddha love whatever the fuck they were saying. I'm like, Y'all can't do this. Y'all are not good. Everyone thought three six. I thought of the RIP three six is gonna be better because he just they got better songs. They got more versatility. And like I said what the last What was the last time you actually like check for bone talk before you heard about this shit when it was like you know I'm with ages only time here crossroads when a motherfucker dies for outside of that, you know, I've been checking for Crossroads like this a little bit too dark for me like, I'm gonna die eventually, but I still don't know who uncle Charles is. I just know he died. But he begins by somebody killed my dog. And I always wondered his dog, his dog, his friend or an actual dog? Mm hmm. I know. I know. That sounds like a little bit facetious. But people really give a fuck about the dogs.

Jeff:

Well yeah. If it was the mixing it we know exactly what he was talking about. Exactly. His dog but both dogs it might just be one of his dog on his own boys.

Anthony:

I guess good dog and Charles. Kind of close. Oh, my cute my friend. That man I miss my uncle Charles. But Doug and Charles kind of stretch it out. I try to stretch it out.

Jeff:

Oh, no. Yeah, I want to give a shout out to Jimmy Greene member Jimmy green. We had him on earlier in the year when he did like he sent us an audio clip breaking down some Eminem lyrics. Anyway, he's a DJ he does like the little mixtapes and he did one where it's called like, what if DJ Premier had produced life after death? I'm gonna put the link to that in the show notes it's it it's pretty dope I think like he just took you know like all the songs from biggies album and he just threw him over DJ Premier beats and he got it to match up it lines up well let me do you mind if I play some soccer? Yeah,

Anthony:

you play piece by piece Good evening ladies and gentlemen. This is the first one

Jeff:

I think I like this one better

Anthony:

TV I don't I don't like that be over Skype talking about assumptions Yes, yes yes it's not that I don't like it. It's like particular songs that I like. Like when I hear hypnotize, I can't hear nothing but I know. Right same thing with guys like like the beat sound flower sky's the limit the sky's the limit kind of like motivational like going out there and be somebody like I had a shoe life but I'm good now. Yeah. Other beat to sound like you know sky's the limit. If you go ahead and Robin murder my dog is like everybody got to go like it's dark. It's good though. Good, but it's like, I'm gonna check out.

Jeff:

Yeah, I'm gonna put her up there, but I don't think he picked the best premier beats and maybe he had to pick the right ones that it can match with the vocals. I'm assuming he didn't pick my favorite premier beats though.

Anthony:

I think he had to find one that matches the vocals because the it doesn't make sense to use Premiere beats from tracks used for other artists. Yeah. Like he like, like the NAS is like be looking to put it on a big, right. But if you put on a big track, you're like, Yeah, but that's not big beat. Or, you know, that's not his beat because how it goes with it? Well, I mean, you couldn't use knives. Like, it's not not nice, like

Jeff:

not like,

Anthony:

being Correct, correct? Correct. So you could even do that. And

Jeff:

premier does that, like I can distinctly identify a premier beat if you played me a premier beat blindfolded or whatnot letting me know I would be able to tell because he does that a lot. Like he uses a lot of samples even in like in the hooks or even as part of the beat. He uses old you know, Gangstar or old, you know, old vocals from old songs or other other rappers he does that a lot. You know, like the only person that does that shit. So you know, yeah, he'll scratch it, he'll use like Gangstar whatever guru you know, I mean, and he'll use like a little sentence of him or a couple of words and put it in the hook or part of the beat. But I would like Jimbo, if you're listening I would like you to do some shit like that with NAS you'll put NAS classic versus over some premier beats Oh fucking nothing we always talk about but we always talked about not wanting to do a whole album with a man like that I'm here for that. You know I'm saying because what was the work but for me he hasn't really had premium much in his last few albums

Anthony:

at all you know put put putting eyes overcome the shit

Jeff:

we saw that already you got Oh album with that? And a lot of people don't like it. Okay. I liked it. A lot of people didn't know

Anthony:

I liked it but like I said, it's when but you got it you got to do the thing where you let gay be gay like when catch cop shot the kid. Yeah, like it. It's It's messy. But once you really play it in like the cop shot the kid in the background kind of phased into the it fades away after a while. He just let it go and just hear like nods his

Jeff:

head over that beat is dope. But except like, we don't need to hear the cop shot the kid the cop shot the kid throughout the whole shit. That takes away right a little bit. You know, I mean,

Anthony:

and like, it's good, but it's that even though like, you produce it, it just didn't. It's just that's the kind of problem it isn't like he's focused, like you have this vision of how you want nice debate. Like I'm but I'm going to fit them into my pocket. You can't really do that. It's hard, though.

Jeff:

But yeah, before we go on a break, let me give you how to get a word of the we had a word and it's actually two words. It's Kikki K AIC K, it kick it. And this actually has two meanings depending on your geographical location. For example, if you're on the West Coast, it means to chill to hang out. Can I kick your Let's kick it? If you're on the East Coast, it means you're getting your game on like yo you're trying to get with somebody I'm trying to kick it to that girl cuz that's how I remember how I used to always use it growing up like yo, I'm gonna kick it to that girl over there you know I was kicking it to this girl you know I mean, but in the West Coast they use it as yo we're gonna go kick it with my homeboys we're gonna go hang out we're gonna go chill. Can I kick it? Yes you can. So now

Anthony:

but he's it better Jr. No, trophies are better with a JC but because because he says I cannot kick it. Yes, you can cannot kick it on reasonable doubt. Right. Right. Right. Right. Right. But then like you say it's, it's not actually belong to tribe period, this tribe,

Jeff:

but I will be right back. When we come back. We're going to do these album reviews. I got a couple albums I want to review and also the fabulous steel Mesa style. We'll talk about it.

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Jeff:

The bar exam i Yeah, we're going to review these albums. There was two albums that I listened to this week. And let me get into the first one. The first one up and coming artists called backwards sweetie. And her album was called Christina.

Anthony:

Christina. Christina Shantae. Christina Shanti. I'm not gonna probably ruining

Jeff:

maybe I know she's from Maryland. But what I'm gonna say is this. She's super nice on the mic. As far as the album look, the album is an afro centric album, I would consider it a conscious rap. I would consider her like a cross between common and maybe like some rock filming. That's a bold statement because she's a spirit of spirit and like she's conscious. She's Afro centric. You know, I mean, she talks about, you know, a lot about, you know, Afro American issues right now police brutality and all of that shit.

Anthony:

African American issues I'm saying that's what it is. Is any minority or you keep that same even a couple yellow lights gonna pass over?

Jeff:

I'm just saying bro. She's not talking about Latinos, obviously on her fucking songs. She's talking about Eric Garner, she talks about MRR, but he's gonna do his getting shot by the cops.

Anthony:

A little bit of her planet. Little fucking album. I listened to the song called struggle. Yeah,

Jeff:

but check it out. I love a pen game. That'd be just dope. That sounds like a beat that something like Jay Z would wrap over? Am I wrong? Do you like her? I like her a lot.

Anthony:

I like her. I think I think she's really good. How does she?

Jeff:

Not sure but But guess what? I'm trying to get her on the show. So maybe that's the question we'll ask her. And she sounds like she's Obama. Yes. She sounds like she's a Five Percenter. Or, you know, or she has people around her camp that are Five Percenters. She has a skit where the dude is clearly a Five Percenter. You know, you're talking about the mathematics and the gods and herbs and such like that. She keeps us up. I can start considering her for Best Female MC like on the list. Like if she keeps this up. I couldn't consider her up there. You know, I'm saying it's like, you know how I feel about Iraq. She's come from that.

Anthony:

I'm like, you know, it's not even a hard list. Like we're not doing this. I'm not doing this. No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, we're not doing that. I'm just saying there haven't been a lot of great female MCs. And I think if how young you are, if you're showing this level of talent, and you can push it forward, you can get on that list. I'm not saying it's exclusive. I'm just saying that there's there's a pocket for it as a market for like say, like say you don't got to be elite. Like I said, we talked before by Jean Grey, you can be that? Yeah, there's nothing wrong her because she's one of the best speakers I've ever heard of male or female. Right? But that for her talent, we listened to it. It's there.

Jeff:

Like the production is clearly not crisp. But I love the effort. You know, I'm saying what, you know, the beast elections are unorthodox. But she makes it work like she got she got bees that sound like it might be some rock shit. And she spits over it and you know, makes it work.

Anthony:

Right? But and that's a sign of real talent. Like, no matter if I'm not she ain't Nice. Calm the fuck down saying that. Now people always complain about knots and his beat selection. That's it no matter what like, even if you say his beats is so so it's still them. She's fitting to the background once he starts talking this talk. Hers is very similar because it even though they might be a little bit messy, they don't get in the way of her ability to flow. Like whatever you throw at me. I'm rolling with it. And I really liked that about her album.

Jeff:

I love her for real bro. They sample bad boys on one song called Lenny. I forget what the bad boy was that they sampled but they sample that shit. She reminded me of an up north version of sub rock. You know, I'm saying I like the boom bap elements to it. I'm gonna give it three mics, bro.

Anthony:

I'll give it the thing that's glow. It's, it's something we're room for improvement. But it's right there. But like say I think it's so early. Like I said, I don't. I think we get into this idea that for people to become somebody you need to work with, like a superstar producer or something else like that. Producers run into the same problem. They think like I need to, for me to be whoever I need to be I need to work with this artist. I think there's so many people and there are so many talented musicians out there making music, developing their craft and developing a skill that when it comes to something like this, you're going to get a little bit of a mix in regards to how it's supposed to sound or something else like this. Because I haven't heard any other project for her besides this. It's just her debut.

Jeff:

I want to say yes. Okay,

Anthony:

so if it's her debut, it's a good place to start because like we're not getting any more animatics we're not getting any more fresh number one out the gate. It's more like trial and error like this the good but sound better on this than that then you will just roll with it. And I think from what it is, you can absolutely do that. I really do like the album. And like I said, Give me a three out of five. I would. Yeah, I gotta agree.

Jeff:

I mean it's gonna be hard to give anybody more than that you know I'm saying like, if you're into the fours and up like you're you know, you're not Jay Z, Biggie and those types of cats but three is glowing. Like Oliver it's not like a conscious rat. The other album that I reviewed by the way this is the name of the segment is now the bar exam. I'll give you credit for that he named it so the styles and havoc album wreckage manner, which by the way, I couldn't even find like I had to search you got to run the search and I had to typestyles Pete, like was subtitled man he's supposed to be hip hop, you know, the new album, they do the featured new albums and they had all these reggae songs and had all these Spanish rappers I'm like, oh, what's the new style shoot, but it came out

Anthony:

and it didn't help them to cover look like a fucking mixtape cover either.

Jeff:

Oh, yeah, I mean it's I mean basically basically what it is is only 10 tracks but it's all styles and havoc you know the zero features which I think might have hurt them a little bit. And I'll tell you why. And it's because they could have used some extra singers on these hooks you're like are some special guests like I can't hear I couldn't listen to styles Pete doing the hook on every single song which is what basically what happened style gonna fuck you up you know I'm saying I can't listen to styles on every single hook it sounds repetitive and redundant you know? It was nice to hear Havoc rhyming again. He produced every song to which I thought was dope. I can't wait for that havoc and meth shit that they was talking about. Neff talked about I thought that was gonna come out first or you know a long time ago and and this came out it was like a surprise. I'm waiting for a membership gonna be dope.

Anthony:

Hold on now. Hold up, hold up, hold up. Because you and homeboy was supposed to have a face off on this

Jeff:

budget. We've got one of our patrons grant guys are we supposed to do a versus when I'm supposed to do DJ Premier he's supposed to do having that's both you can even get smoked but okay, yeah, whenever he has time we're gonna get it poppin but the album was it was real gritty Rue New York. boom bap East Coast shit, which is right up my alley. Have expect fire on that one song move how we want to like I felt like having actually got better on the mic. You know, I'm saying um, you know, I remember him spitting. We're proud of you. I feel like having stood out more than styles in his album. When you go back and listen to Mobb Deep Havoc doesn't stand out prodigy does know. But in this album, I felt like having stood out overstyled I feel like his boss was just better.

Anthony:

I'm not gonna say that I think Stiles is going to be styled but I think when you look at Mobb Deep like even though you got habit I mean, Prodigy earned that name for a reason like it was all recipes but he was just he just amazing as a rapper. You put them next to have who's who's a good one but absolutely probably a better producer and rapper. You're going to pale in comparison to him now am I going to say that prodigy is better than sales P fuck you I'm never gonna hesitate Yeah, probably is one of my one of my favorite rappers of all time I don't know where I put them on the list but he's on it. I'm not gonna like find a number he's whatever list I've got he's on that list. But having this project is like I think because you have them both wrapping together if it will just styles and have it producing everything and just letting styles cook. I feel great about it. I feel really great about it because that's how good how to get that the producer but like haven't haven't come on and put his verses on. Which which actually you're right they were good. It kind of gets into that comparison thing like they're both good but it doesn't sound good together. Like if it was just a Styles P album was it produced by having short just a habit album and just him doing this thing that'd be cool too. But their the way that they they wrap their their flow between the two is just so different.

Jeff:

So I was missing though man like for example it looks like I talked about the hooks the hooks were underwhelming and lazy like they literally took the title of the song and they did this for like most of the songs they will take the title of the song and then just sing it in the hook so that's what they did a lot of the song

Anthony:

Never gonna take the easy way out.

Jeff:

Yeah, let me look at the album and tell you what song I know he didn't while the QB live while while the QB QB to ye oh you know why Allah and then he did it on nightmares, nightmares to dreams, whatever. Like whatever the name of the song that they decided to name it, they would just use that on the hook. I just felt like it was Matt lazy and I don't want to hear style singing hooks man. Like, you know, they can't get married somebody to do some of these hooks.

Anthony:

I just I like how smell man. Yo, I used to sell dope now so juice. Hey, man. Cuz he was in New York, right? Yeah. And from what I heard a good shit. But overall, it was refreshing

Jeff:

old school, you know, dope. You know, I hate to give it the same score as an up and coming artists. You know, to some veterans that they've been in the game for so long, but I like it, but I don't love it. I'm gonna give it a three.

Anthony:

I'll give it the same thing. I think like I said, if you're doing it on like a sliding scale for what This album is it's a three yeah three mics what's your what's your thinking and expecting it could be better you're thinking in expecting it could be better the other album because it's an original thing and you for Styles P and have you have a particular standard that you're going to go by

Jeff:

alright that can only get better you can only go up right 1000 Have it can't get any better than that. I don't think

Anthony:

so no I think you can always get better but but this album isn't a pure reflection of improvement this is more like you are what you are and you call it a day

Jeff:

there's no standout beat there's no standout song like I am looking forward to the habit commit dimension though

Anthony:

there is no standard there was a standout but it wasn't on this album no it was you got you got you got a minute go play the shit right

Jeff:

singles that came out yet

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Jeff:

yeah no fair about that. Just let me talk

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Anthony:

okay list

Jeff:

number one of my young up and coming guys bro.

Anthony:

Like I said, you always know when you hit a big one that that little click like

Jeff:

you're gonna think when you have a guy like that on a solar wind that actually makes Wayne better because chordae spits that fire for two straight verses and then when Wayne comes on he got to match that he's not coming in here mumbling or singing or being you know whatever he spit wind comes on he spits too

Anthony:

it's more about court eight it says about weighing because weighing don't jump on everything. The fact that weighing like what

Jeff:

I'm telling you but that's what I'm saying. They recognize that the kid is nice bro. The kid is like 24 He already got tracks with Eminem. He already got songs with NAS now he got a song with Wayne NAS featured him on on a video that he did with LeBron and then was having brunch and when they sit down with them like come on man. Come on real recognize

Anthony:

root his girlfriend's Naomi Osaka he got called on the maybe but maybe maybe

Jeff:

we don't even know they still together that that adversity just

Anthony:

giving them like baby I'm like I'm rapping I'm a rapper. I'm sitting in bed with you right exactly people want to hear you know I'm saying this is just this is just part of the rap like look rap that's all it is. You got bitches no I got you I got I got bitches I got bitch I have woman I have proud you start

Jeff:

doing it more like Fat Joe did when when Roy Jones stepped up to me for that lean back versus are you talking about he's like no Roy it was just rap. It's just rap. And I don't mean

Anthony:

that real quick what are you talking about me? No no no, I was I was putting words together that's in the name Ryan and Britt and the syllables in a manner to make them flow well your name is Joan Jones goes with a lot of things so does Roy like okay, how big you if you find a professional boxing going on like Joanne's up easy.

Jeff:

Yeah. But I wanted to ask you because on Twitter shout out to my man revolt. He said and I don't know where this came from. But he said he was saying but basically that fab has stolen Mesa style we were talking about you know, he was saying that mate you know who's better fab but mace and I was like, Well, I like fat better than me. So he was like oh fab stone style. And then there's what He said He said not getting into who is better but fab stonemason tyre style from delivery etc. During a time when people pride themselves on being individuals and music. He just copied and pasted and I disagree with that shit man because to me they're two different they're holding two rappers it's way off like I'm not saying may say nice, you know I'm saying and kill a maze is different from the money maze of bad boys. There's two different people I get that as well. You know, because he's dancing and shoot with puffy and you know, he was more popcorn ish and more. I'm not gonna say soft but. And then even though and even the GU animes these are like three different races. But fab fab has been consistent his whole career. He's been doing this for over 20 years and he's been the same and you know, I mean, and I fuck with fat bro. To me families up there is one of the best rappers from Brooklyn.

Anthony:

Fab fab is one of two lane fab is either funeral fab or DJ Clue fab. It's one of those two, right? Right. But it's not it's not a bunch of versatility to him but he's

Jeff:

but he could do the street or he could do the street shit. He could do the the female shit. You know the girl songs or whatever the love share or whatever and it still hits.

Anthony:

Okay, so I really only did one girl All

Jeff:

right. That's why I'm saying I don't compare the two. I don't think they're like at all. No.

Anthony:

They're not in the same pocket at all. And literally just just from where they're from and where they from and how rappers from their areas, Alma Brooklyn, Yeah, completely different. Like Harlem cats do not sound like Brooklyn, Brooklyn. Caskey not sound like Harlem cats. If they tried to, they can call them in the past in the fraud. They can't it. It makes no sense.

Jeff:

And so his point zero, he said, these guys came up in an era where you know, you couldn't really copy. So yeah, so you're making my point that speaks to a testament of family, he wouldn't been able to last as long and people thought he was copying from somebody else, right?

Anthony:

I'm saying the fab had to be himself. Right? Because like say even people in your own region you're not the same there is Mesa Mesa is nothing like Kim and Kim does nothing like Jimmy and they

Jeff:

would have switched up by now because even even when you have like somebody like John roll when he first comes out, people are automatically comparing him to Tupac and there was comparing him to DMX why because he looked just like them bullheaded. Do you know when he wrote the do rag and then he had that that voice that gritty? That it was like Alright, he's either trying to be Tupac or he's trying to be the MCS so what did he do? He switched up his lane. He wasn't doing that street shit no more. I mean, he still has some street shit his albums, but his he stayed in the lane of okay, I'm gonna do these Ashanti records you know I'm saying he found that lane and he was successful at it and he stayed there they can't really compare me to nobody because DMX is not doing this he's not doing girl songs you know I'm saying

Anthony:

he didn't want to be DMX right eventually figured out I tend to be general right? And General can do a bunch of the things I think it generally comes when there's like limited artists like I said the only may song that I think is Sophos tell me what you want him in total fabulous actually fabulous has done more than than Mace has I think about

Jeff:

112 shift to oh wow I need to know where

Anthony:

I'm if you want to come if you want to my money so I want to flock to you I'm always

Jeff:

want to know now my love was still haunt you

Anthony:

right that but that but that's not really may be you know, some sensitive love shit.

Jeff:

But even when fab does girl songs like he's not you know, he's not really sensitive like that. You know, I'm saying she like the whole EP. Yo, you Yeah, I guess

Anthony:

sometimes. I know what they look like he did a shoot with him and make sure him make sure and LUMO can't let you go so into you. Yeah,

Jeff:

she got the shit a girl won it all with puffy money and calls and everything.

Anthony:

Um, the trailer remix? Yeah. Yeah, I trade it off trade, you know,

Jeff:

the he got the he got the share with Joe Budden number record they did over the rick ross beat.

Anthony:

Let me ask you a question. Fuck it to like,

Jeff:

I'd rather never mind them because only fools trip over something that be behind them.

Anthony:

Let me ask you a question. Let's say you end up with let's say you get a job page $150,000 a year. They give you a company car. And I don't know maybe some Mercedes. It gives you access to sporting events, concerts, all kinds of shit. But you know what, let's just say this is something we put all together. Let's say somehow you become an executive for rock nation. Right? Okay. Let's stick with that premise. Because I hate army. My faculty become crazy. Your wife says I want I want you to leave all that behind. Let it be. Let's move somewhere quiet like Montana. Are you literally trading it all? Like they say this? Oh, girl. I traded on Monday calls and everything. Probably not. Would you trade at all?

Jeff:

Hi now and don't don't bitch up could

Anthony:

you know she listened to?

Jeff:

I don't know. Right now we'll be like, Babe, we might want to just have this discussion. We're gonna have to reconsider that. I don't think that's a good idea.

Anthony:

Yeah, I need you to write me a 10 page letter. We're proper research. And we're citations Why do you think this is a good idea? We are living great right now. Why don't you one thing I want to move you to? You know why I said that? Is because I'd be hating them r&b Dudes talking all this crazy shit. Like my favorite one is Jonah. See when he says take my money in my house in my car? Do whatever you need. You can have it all like nigga ain't no pushing out good in the world and have all my shit. Now I understand this is coming from manhood who has had a substance abuse issue. But come to fucker now. We ain't doing it take my money. My house and Mark No you take the money house in the car after you get divorce. That's what she had she used you don't fucking give it away to people. What's wrong with these? I don't understand this shit. All the songs are like that. All of them. As a matter of fact, fuck all this is Christmas time. Are you ready for Christmas?

Jeff:

I am not we do. We do got the shelf and on the Alpha elf on the shelf or whatever around the house. We switch them up every day. And Angel we got him tripping like Yo, you better pay, you've got to behave. And we call them Pedro. He's like a dark skinned elf. We call them Pedro stop. name is Pedro. He's like a Mexico for whatever because you know all the elves on the show that they saw like why do we refuse to get away with Twilio? Let's get one of these colored ones. We saw colored one on Amazon we got ourselves. What? Why did Pedro I don't know that's what they call them. That's what Wi Fi name just give me a name and the first name that came to my head was Pedro. Like I find he's fucking Pedro. And we'd be telling Angela you need to behave your pay he's oh my god Pedro moved where he's at and oh my god, he's in the kitchen now. Yeah, he's watching you man. Try to do he's trying to not be like yo, Mattel Pedro he's like No, no, no, no, don't tell Pedro Pedro. Pedro gonna tell Santa You ain't getting shit great for Chris if you

Anthony:

if you put Pedro me near a weed whacker. I'm burning. See? That's racist. Look, you might run out of space that go to garage. Like it's it's a lawn mower with a weed whacker? I don't want this to be racist, but I ain't got no choice like Pedro. Where do you want us to put you're gonna name them anything we're gonna fucking him and Pedro. Put them

Jeff:

next to a taco in the fucking kitchen shade on the plate with you.

Anthony:

Next Next to the Glock.

Jeff:

Home Alone on Netflix, bro, that's a bootleg as fuck, that's an

Anthony:

excellent. It's home alone and accuracy. Okay, so I've got it is it? Is it a Christmas movie or the movie based around Christmas? Both is like

Jeff:

saying what's the what's the Bruce Willis joined? There's like saying diehard I mean, it takes place at Christmas. Some people consider it a Christmas movie now but come alone is because it's centered around Christmas. Like the whole premise is you know, it's Christmas time. We're doing this family shit together. We keep leaving us behind. And at the end we're gonna celebrate Christmas together after we find you. You know I'm saying you know the whole Christmas vibe should know when they got the Christmas tree lights is up. They eat the cookies milk.

Anthony:

Like one of my favorite Christmas movies. No, it's not Christmas movies. The movie based around Christmas is the last Boy Scout. It's not a Christmas movie, but the base around Christmas. You can say the same thing about Lethal Weapon happens around Christmas. The first one that happens around Christmas but not a Christmas diehard as diehard to also get hurt isn't a Christmas movie. It's a movie based around Christmas. When people stop saying that shit as a Christmas like it's a fucking terrorist attack. Somebody gets thrown off a building. That's not the joy of Christmas.

Jeff:

If you're going nuts right now, yo, every Christmas they have just like a bunch of list of new Christmas movies coming out on Netflix.

Anthony:

And I don't watch any of them at all. Nah, come on, man. This is a redemption story. You've been so all these 12 months. It's one minute I'm gonna save you. I'm in the Christmas spirit. You should have been in fucking spirit. Oh, yeah. Naively Oh, man. I understand so much about life. That's why That's why I never like It's a Wonderful Life. Outside of the end the whole thing that that man's going through severe cycles, like he's losing his fucking mind. Watch it. Just rewatch that black and white movie one more time really? Like you know to do might be crazy. But but do you have a favorite Christmas movie?

Jeff:

Probably not really gonna probably be home alone. Just because I've seen it so many times and they give it so many times minus Scrooged

Anthony:

I love that movie. I hate and I hate like I said the more and more Home Alone watch a homeowner I started hating them moving more and more because it gets dumber and you're screwed mo fucker. Probably so those parents is stupid. The father sales coke. They might be the worst to dummies criminals. No one was like, okay, the mother is in a whole different country right? And she decides to fly back like to call the cops are called Child Protective. See, that's the whole thing. Because they white they're not gonna call Child Protective Services gonna snatch Kevin The last way. And then they probably go into jail. It's shit like this that picks me off

Jeff:

for a while. So parents getting investigated when they keep leaving abandoning their child years after years. Cuz it shouldn't be Yeah, they should probably get arrested for their sins, but now they should probably get the child taken away. He's going into foster care. You know why? Because they're now that to be parents.

Anthony:

The father is a Jeet up lawyer for the mafia because there's no way that man can afford that house. We don't know what his father does. But can Ford take his whole family to France? I'll be trying to get a ticket to Florida. I believe

Jeff:

it can be flying like 20 people every year. Every out of out of Chicago Chicago ain't even cheap.

Anthony:

No, I O'Hare that raggedy ass airport and they got a mansion. Yeah. In a suburb. And that's that's how you know he's gonna bullshit because him and his wife have first class tickets to rescue knees gonna sit and coach. Everybody else in the back. We right in the front, we pay for the shit.

Jeff:

And it's never fun. And it's never until she's sitting in the comfort of the quiet peaceful comfortableness of first class that it finally dawns on her that she forgot some. Every time I'm like, Damn, I'm comfortable. I just ate some shit. They just gave me some scotch. I feel like I forgot some that we leave something at home. I left the garage open like mama for you left your kid.

Anthony:

The thing is that she did it twice. Right? Yeah. All right. The first time like, Yo, if we're going to the airport, like I'm buying handcuffs and Kevin's going to be handcuffed to me. As we go to this airport. We go through this shit every fucking year. It's disgusting. I hate that.

Jeff:

Is it safe to say that Kevin McAllister has the worst Parents in cinematic history,

Anthony:

uh, know, whoever whoever is the child and the Halle Berry movie. She's the worst parent. Did you see the new movie? Bruce? I did not. Okay, so I'm not ruining anything but like she has a son and he can't speak. She was in losing Isaiah. And in Monsters Ball her son dies or whatever something else like that. It's like she's pretty much an unfit parent. Every time she's been moved with a kid that kid is all fucked up. But are they the worst? No, they're not the worst parents they're British shit. They built the rich we could flatter fucking Paris just because you're coming with

Jeff:

Kevin McAllister his mom has a commercial with Kevin Hart. You see that? She they're like yeah, all or whatever she's looking. She's like, Kevin, Kevin. Kevin. I was like damn, you lost another Kevin. Worse yo, you're the worst

Anthony:

you know what I mean? This is kind of fucked up. But you know who might win the award for the worst parent of the year it since December that thing in my head a shit in the back. The parents who who let their their son get into the gunship and start shooting up at school and

Jeff:

date Michigan day going to jail be they going to jail?

Anthony:

on charges of man that's fucked up man. And like I said this he was I had having a little cry for help explain all this. Like he shone a gun on a lot everything else like that. I'm like, yo, Herman maybe just maybe

Jeff:

even going to jail be mother father son put them all in the same cell to let him chill.

Anthony:

But it's ridiculous like this this gun to school shit. It just goes too far. Like, and he goes in your house. I mean, just shooting up people in a fucked up part that when I saw his picture, I'm like, yeah, he looked like a school shooter. He got he got that gleam in his eye.

Jeff:

But I don't want to end this shit all dark and negative. So let me end with let me end with a let me end with a Dr. Seuss quote. And Dr. Seuss said it's not about what it is. It's about what it can become. Holiday go hit up our show notes. Click on the link support the show. We appreciate you

Anthony:

that was that was positive. That what it is is what it could be. It could be the culture. Right? All right. All right, Batman.