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Aug. 16, 2021

The Iron Curtain

The Iron Curtain

Emasculation, racism, gentrification. Its all part of the Iron Curtain that is this episode. Jeff and Anthony welcome Grandpa & Chill hosts Sierra Doss and Phines Jackson as they talk about emasculation in Hip Hop, do women like pet names, and is Batman a racist?

Topics discussed:

  • Bone Thugs-N-Harmony Verzuz Wu-Tang?
  • Devastating earthquake in Haiti
  • New albums
  • The emasculation of the black man in Hip Hop
  • Gay Jokes
  • An all new Ghetto Word of the Week
  • Is Batman racist?
  • 50 Cent getting sued by Remy Martin
  • What if Superman landed in Mexico instead of Kansas

Featured song: The Iron Curtain - Benny The Butcher

Ghetto word of the week: "B"
Urban Dictionary: B

Referenced Links:
Naomi Osaka says she will donate tournament prize money to Haiti earthquake relief efforts (yahoo.com)

50 Cent Is At War W/ One Of The Biggest Alcoholic Beverages Brands Ever – SOHH.com - The Projectyl

Check out the Grandpa & Chill Podcast: Grandpa & Chill (buzzsprout.com)


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Jeff:

Thank you for tuning in to another episode of the culture This is Episode 56 god damn we've been Time Is Flying this your boy Jeff with my man Anthony that was going on there

Jeff and Ant:

actually is 56 did a whole nother drought we had a whole conversation going on about poverty you stopped everything but like a man's decoder should lead Don't worry. We will get to it.

Jeff:

Yeah last one. I just wanted to announce special guests man is the first time they come on from grandpa and chill. You know, I don't wanna say our sister podcast, but they're friends of the show. We got finance Jackson and Sierra dos was good. What's up? Hello? Hello? Yeah, be forgetting that there's no video. Yay. Excited. excited about it.

Jeff and Ant:

I'm moving my hand cuz I'm talking to y'all. So get back to the conversation with the brokers you've been.

Phines Jackson:

Every talking about food. We were talking about food earlier about. I mean, I have broken

Jeff and Ant:

because I was broke. I grew up with a bootleg cereal. That's why I was trying to tell him like the ones that had you know, the Frosted Flakes was like fruity, fruity, some fruity oats. And then on the side it would say if you're like Frosted Flakes you'll love these and the show was like $1.50 that's the ones My mom used to get me and I used to be like, Yo, this ain't the original she's like yo shut the hell out is the same shit it tastes the same not the same thing in my household The show was the same bro Yeah, my parents talk you into it it's the same thing. Nah man no it's not cereal does not come in and bags are supposed to be in boxes. Oh you pick it up like the bag off the shelf like we had the we had the hearts you know how Pop Tarts has the whole the whole tart is covered in the frostiness or whatever the one little strike one little she was bootleggers had extra sprinkling on it and nothing the bunch of bullshit you get mad as fuck. I need to be so broke like you You put your like your ATM card in and you check your account you'd be like $2.98 cent you'd be like let me see what I can get. Yes, I'm trying to stretch it like like how to make this $2 stretch to two more days of payday like I don't know. Yeah, I know being broke was fun you get real creative

Phines Jackson:

I'd make I think it makes you real creative like you're right the rent check on the fifth knowing you don't have enough steel and like I'm just gonna figure out before the cheque gets to that that landlord or I'm gonna do now you boy you read on the fifth like yo don't catch us late night

Jeff and Ant:

yeah, this is wait the date here but don't the night do it? I'm good for it.

Jeff:

When you have to go to Can't wait another check. What about when you have to go to the check cashing place and pay like $2 get on the line and really have a bank to go to

Jeff and Ant:

Yep, you see anything is my paycheck they taken 2% off and give me back like that's look I'm just I can tell you just felt sad for me like we got no accounting D he just broke it's give us $2 it didn't cut me a deal though. They feel to be cut and give a fuck about that. Just glad to have you business Get the fuck out.

Jeff:

Yeah, you're not worth it. Before we start let me give a shout out to my Pixar patrons. Yo appreciate john Mike. Mike sheet that was good baby. We miss you man. mafac is doing his excursions and mountains this shit.

Anthony:

Man fuck that bitch.

Jeff:

But he ain't a Patreon I just gave him a shot our patrons are tired. Okay. Well, you know you could curse them out for the show. Last week you

Phines Jackson:

know the part of the Patreon thing is like hey, when you when you will shout you out. And then Anthony will be like, hey, fuck you, bro. Just for the masochists out trying to get back into the answer. But the whole thing was about you say,

Jeff and Ant:

let me thank my patrons and then one that doesn't pay. But that's the freedom when

Jeff:

I'm trying to encourage him if he wants to get back into your good graces. I'm trying to encourage him to sign up. might have been on mad discouraged.

Jeff and Ant:

I know he can pull the money out man. See, that's I want to know how to talk to him.

Jeff:

I want to know what kind of unemployed as chef he is because like, you know, he'd been traveling the world as he collected them $600 checks that they are they still given those out? For being unemployed? I don't know. But if there's no way we should be talking about him if he ain't been a part of Patreon, then yeah, you're right. You're right on the Patreon time people fuck him.

Jeff and Ant:

How many times I've been told this. I'm trying to tell you man Mike sell coke. You don't wanna believe me?

Jeff:

When he said he was like I think that's what he meant when he was a chef. He was like Ray quanta chef like he'd be cooking some shit up

Jeff and Ant:

he not cooking chicken cooking crack How are you? How are you going for like three whole months come back home like any nothing not not broke? He came back your beard longer you taking pictures like sandy shores and shit. Man sells drugs. I don't care. I like that negative man. So drugs move on.

Jeff:

But yeah, I just want to thank our patrons thank our listeners according to listen notes calm I was I was trying to find this earlier corner Listen, notes, calm. They got us up there in the top 2% of podcasts. I don't really read too much into those numbers. Because one, there's 2 million there's 2 million podcasts in the world. And two. I'm not gonna be satisfied until we get like Joe Rogan money or even Joe Budden money, like just give me Joe money anytime, any Joe. Once we get to it, then that's when I say we've made it, you know, I

Phines Jackson:

mean, so I'm pretty sure Joe Biden has a podcast as well.

Jeff:

I think they all do Obama's the Obamas have one now. Like, oh, yeah, once we get to a level they're not gonna say we made it. But either way, thanks to our listeners, you know, I mean, Yo, I wanted to see a refinance with some wood shop, man, what's going on with john? Man? We try to have your up while back. Yeah, busy as hell yeah, can never Yeah, we finally got your own. And actually, this is a historic episode because it's the first episode where there's three African Americans on the show. And then me.

Phines Jackson:

We love it. We love it. Okay, I was wondering, I was like, I was wondering which one of us three was not gonna talk about property. So maybe she was a little was a little racist. That was a joke. Yeah.

Jeff and Ant:

You're talking about you doing stuff in the black community like see we have three negros

Sierra Doss:

upgraded. The whole show. We've moved. We're moving forward, elevated right here.

Anthony:

We're post racial podcast. We mean, we're the culture. So we've been graced racial. Here we go.

Phines Jackson:

Well, that's not been I've been doing a lot of that trying to go places and make the numbers of black people raise and on podcast I can.

Jeff:

He looks at the numbers like what's the like, black population are like at 1% I got to come on the show and increase this shit.

Sierra Doss:

He's like, Alright, now we're at 13% here in the building. Welcome. And I'm gonna need a burrito. extra sauce. She's

Jeff and Ant:

such a polar. Oh, my cat. Yo, yeah, look, you don't like to polar? I love to Poland.

Jeff:

One time I went to Poland and they gave me some hard as rice. So what I did was I went on Twitter. And I complained I sent them a tweet. And I'm like, yo, and they responded right away. There was like, yo, we apologize. Send us a picture of you know of the receipt, send us an email, blah blah. They emailed me and it was like yeah, we're gonna make it right. And they sent me like a voucher or coupon or whatever for like three free meals. I was like word Hey, oh, yes, I was going to knit with a coupon code. I'm about to complete my complaint all the time. Yeah, their customer service is the best so I didn't need no bad PR I'll send you anything. Wow. Anyway, yo, how long ago was that? Was it before they had the whole fucking Ecolab workout? Oh probably this pandemic started to happen so yeah, but yeah the job the job I was getting I wanted to x finest and see ever the job watch the versus battle at all. We were dipset and what the fuck? Who? The locks while in the locks. No.

Jeff and Ant:

Timeout timeout. I drew a blank row Timeout. Timeout. Timeout, timeout. You got to do this shit every week. What? You ask it every time we go you don't bring in this locker until we die. Right? I'm gonna keep myself going because I want to.

Sierra Doss:

I want to know if they saw it. I'm gonna level with you. I don't know who any of those people are.

Jeff:

finest. You say you were a big Kanye West fan. We're still waiting for his Yeti juicy versus dipset.

Phines Jackson:

Now I was invited to go watch it. Oh really publicly But then I also was like here too. It was like it was an dipset Who is this set of dips? Yeah, who am I gonna watch a man do some dips? No, no, no. Wait.

Sierra Doss:

The Kanye album didn't come out yet. I wish nothing didn't happen. He did a whole like stream not anything. That's what he did. He came out on stage so he strung along but if they're not out

Anthony:

now he can't get the answer. You want it. He's definitely living in the stadium still. So he just comes out on stage and just plays the me the songs that he's there supposedly going to be on the album, and then goes back into the, you know, into the little room that he's living in in the stadium. But it hasn't officially dropped. We're still waiting for the shit and it may never drop. All right. Donda. That's the type of

Phines Jackson:

that's the type of artists I want to be just just random and sitting there waiting for me to just have some type of breakdown which is always used to mute it. And he's like, I don't care. That's okay. He just like it wasn't for you.

Jeff:

I just wanted to x and real quick what he thought about Bone Thugs and harmony challenging Wu Tang clan. I was just curious. Because I don't think nobody could have gone this

Anthony:

is the dumbest the dumbest shit in the world. Come on, man. You can't challenge them. No one can challenge Wu Tang like anniversaries, right? I mean, the fact that just 30 arrays catalog you have ghostess catalog, you have Jesus catalog, you have Meadowlands catalog. You have Rue de woo as it is he had math I'm like it's better off if you know what you should do. You should do the locks versus Ray goes in myth. Forget that they already been on it and know how to ship ghosts that'd be easier because you can put like nine people against three is kind of a mismatch and they long songs longer shit. The man who ice cream and all these niggas rapping on it. Well imagine trying for like all eight like it

Jeff:

gets ridiculous out there. But there was a problem with the last one with too many heads was on the stage. Imagine Wu Tang showing up to the stage with 100 dudes who struggle with that?

Anthony:

We look we trying to get to the money. You can't get your fucking shit up like having like you, your man's your man's man's because this man who was second from home just came jail. It can't have 80 people on stage and three people rapping that's just not mathematically possible. You're gonna get the fuck out. You know, it's like it's like being at a barbecue and like all your friends are dead and he vitam some random people and it's more random people than all the random people are more than the people that actually were supposed to be there. But who the fuck is all these people and they even have your chicken drinking your liquor and fucking what your cards so you'd like no, this is not a good idea. So therefore, just not gonna work and Wu Tang against gets Bone Thugs and harmony. Come on man named me eight Bone Thugs and harmony off the topic naming a songs.

Jeff:

I just know first of the mind, the mind and the crossbow. rosborough That's it. Douglas Douglas ragus Boyd as

Anthony:

we begin, what's really really really was really funny is that we started off talking about poverty in the first song you name was the first of the month See? Yeah, Brooklyn chat and tell me like man, no,

Phines Jackson:

no, no, that's a staple for the first of the month. Part of my playlist. I also don't think that um, that's when the rent is I don't think that Yeah, yeah, yeah, he right. First and 15th wafers. Anyway. There it is. Allegedly, all of it just goes out one in and out the other. So I don't really pay attention to it. I just assume that I'm broke all the time. What? I don't like the Wu Tang and Bone Thugs like it's not a good matchup. It's like Bone Thugs or like singing parties like Bone Thugs versus kick Cuddy or something or Bone Thugs versus, you know, Cypress Hill or Well, yeah, you know, that'd be more might be a better thing versus Yeah, cuz it's like, it's two different like styles of music. I mean, I mean, they both hip hop, but you know, like, they're just different.

Anthony:

Like, no, no, no, no, no a Bone Thugs are saying, I don't know. I can't rap to that shit. You gotta play even about b2b tech.

Jeff and Ant:

Get your words out like for you probably have to do like the whole you probably got to put like the whole Def Jam records against Wu Tang. No,

Anthony:

you know what there is there is there is a lady here Sierra, what type of music do you like?

Sierra Doss:

What am I doing now? I'm doing you know doja cats album just dropped. Big fun. lizzo just dropped the single fire. Good single good single missed it. Good video to write. Huh? Give me big Hercules vibes. Lots of fun.

Anthony:

Who doesn't like to live though? Who doesn't like lizzo? Jeff. I mean, she's not my cup of tea. That's not what I want. I'm gonna be bumped into in my car. I mean, I've got no problems with her. But but that's, but that's a great segue into the next segment of duo albums that came out of the Fat Joe shit. And did you hear that? Yeah, of course. It was like an r&b album to me though. I mean, I'm not mad at I'm not again is not something I'm gonna be bumping in my car. I told you man it falls into the whole Kanye theory of my once you get to a particular level of wealth you can't stop giving a shit about the music. Not that you don't care but you're going to do different things. There you go bummed out. But like like I said when you get rich or like you get really really wealthy or healthy enough we have the ruler at work everything you get creative and tried different. It's not like it's going to hurt Joe by calling you so Rishi is running out of stadium like like you can't like before he's in the stadium and before that you'd like in some cottage in Wyoming. But when you start out you some broadcast studio in New York trying to get your mixes together. the more money you get the more you started, like lose yourself from reality and start doing weird shit like tiny dust hits like her the fuck up because you know, the Falcons about the play. They got to kick his ass. He's about to start like Yo, we got to wrap. Yes, you're still in a game about to start. It's not like he's doing it on the 50 yard line. He's got to repaint the grass, bro. You gotta wait. ticketholders gonna heat up the nacho cheese. Yeah. Why Atlanta? Like he could have went anywhere. Why that stadium? Well, I'm why they live in Atlanta. Cuz he's Konya he can Yeah. Everywhere.

Phines Jackson:

I feel it like okay, like you're saying say you start off in the apartment in New York or whatever you struggling you poor or whatever. And then you get the creativity the option to do whatever you want with your creativity. Like I have no option. I mean, I can do whatever I want and go to Netherlands if I want to for a week or something like that. Yeah, I will. I'm like I've never tried this maybe to bring some type of creativity out of me. I'm going to go into the closet of the Falcons stadium and see what I can see what I can muster up because why not? Like I can't You can't you

Jeff:

Yeah, we fucked up bro. We should have started I was Oh, hold on, man. We fucked up. We should have started the episode by shouting out Haiti man peace to Haiti man. Yeah. Did you hear that and going through? Yo, did you hear that Naomi Osaka is gonna donate her upcoming tournament winnings to relief efforts in Haiti. Oh, that's great. seven point clean. Serious down I feel like there's just certain countries that just appear to be cursed. You know, I mean, like they seem to be one of them. I mean, I don't know if you subscribed to that hotline.

Sierra Doss:

Yeah, they're like it's just a bad place to be like for the weather like yeah, cuz we're in good Yeah, cuz there's a storm coming right? Isn't there like a tsunami or a hurricane or something coming there already?

Jeff:

now. Florida, you're in all of that. Yeah. Dominican. Er technically you're like right there so it's like I know the hidden Yeah.

Anthony:

Yeah, that's why I was laughing because it's real funny way we treat them niggas another side that Allah Yeah, that little border that is a clear dividing line like no, y'all stay right over here. All Matador sunshine is on the same Island. They gotta keep that shit right over there we are. Let me

Jeff:

say Marlin they all look alike they all black folk. They all look alike but they be racist held to each other. I wouldn't want to do what you we Latino black. British flags or red I get the fuck out of here.

Jeff and Ant:

Yo niggas in me. Don't worry about it.

Jeff:

Um, Yo, I don't know if finances have been keeping up with the show. But we've been doing the get a word of the week for the last couple of days. Oh, word and I got a

Phines Jackson:

new one this week. This week? What Yeah, I've been doing 5056 you said are 55 Oh, really? I like learning new words. I want to learn a new word. Get my Urban Dictionary and see what like last

Jeff:

week. Last week's word was finna right was a finna think last week's word was finna. Like I'm finna I'm finna go eat? Yeah. So this week's Word. I'm gonna go to style. Yeah. Yeah, this week's word is actually a letter. And I use this a lot. And it's B. Yeah, what a B. A, B, and it's actually recognized by Urban Dictionary calm. I'll give you their description of the word B or the letter B. An urban dictionary goes. It's just a fucking letter. However, the word is sometimes used to describe your friends or lovers and even to reply back to a compliment. You were looking damn sexy tonight. Thanks, B. Or a B? or higher babe. Now I have a history with this word because I've been saying this word since I can remember like sixth grade. I have a cousin shout out to my cousin Tommy. He used to be from New York where he lives out in Ohio. And he used to say to shit a lot. He still does to this day. And me growing up. You know, I heard him saying it so much. Like it stuck on me. You know, I mean, so I started saying yo bbbb I don't say it as much now I only say it now like when I'm upset if you hear me say this because I'm upset or mad like Yo, what the fuck you're doing B say like we hear me say B is because I'm upset. But I remember I used to date this girl. I was in sixth grade. She was like in eighth grade. And you know, we'd be talking on the phone. I remember the shit like yesterday, I would always say be Yo, what up B. diet? I used to be. And she always thought that I was referring to her as a bitch. Which I wasn't. You know, she the way he always called me. Your Way always calling me B Why you always calling me B? I'm like, yo, it doesn't mean bitch. It could mean baby. Just picture you like, like, well, like, New York accent. Hey, what's up? And she would hate. She would hate this shit. She always thought I was calling her a bitch. I'm like, not me. It means babe. It means whatever you want it to mean, but it doesn't mean bitch. So you know, long story short, she dumped she dumped me because of it. And so I thought it was funny. But yeah, that's the ghetto Word of the Week. Be and I know you use it sometimes. I've heard you use it.

Jeff and Ant:

Like, I heard B from paid in full. Can they be with some like some 1980 shit. Everybody's BBB blah. It is. It's live. It's still it's in New York. And the whole thing is like when you say it like it's weird. It's like the word now but it's like the word V is like being co opted by Beyonce like this the only be that we recognize now. So you could say it but no one really cares. And this is recording her like yeah, if someone said like a BM dropping, you automatically know it's Beyonce. It's not anybody else wants to fucking be not Backstreet Boys and other shoe like that is going to be her. So it was like she co opted a verse. So it shouldn't dope. But I mean, it serves a purpose. But that's why I started laughing because I knew we said he kept calling her be she's going to think bitch automatically. Naturally. I catch myself saying that to my son sometimes. When he starts acting up. I'm like, Yo be with you. Yeah, yeah. But now he's saying it all the time. What's up, be him like, that's not my name. But it's definitely a New York category. You know, I mean, I grew up, born and raised in Jersey, but I had, obviously a lot of new york influence. I'm a New York Knicks fan. You know, my cousin shout out to Kaiser shout out to D block. Two of our patrons are from New York. You know, born and raised. They live out in Florida. Now. They were from Brooklyn, but like, I have a lot of family that came out of New York and I was always I mean, I was always influenced by hip hop music. And obviously the vernacular, the words I was using, were New York shit, and B was one of them. So that is our ghetto Word of the Week. finest car I don't I don't use that word. Or have you ever used that letter Herbert.

Sierra Doss:

I mostly see that word is like a meme. Like people would just post like the bee emoji but I don't think I've heard it but I don't use it a whole lot. I think

Phines Jackson:

Yeah, yeah. is definitely a New York thing I didn't hear until I came up here that much are on TV when I be here in New York. People say you know, alright be whatever, whatever. But you know what I will say I do associated when someone gets upset or their height. I don't really hear that much until somebody like rip like, they're like really excited. So then I can understand. I can understand the core rotation. I mean, me someone's coming at me aggressively calling me ba ain't Toby bro or whatever whatever they call me a bitch. But what I'll also say about the girlfriend thing is I will say like, when I get excited I'll go like, Man or dude or bro or some whatever that whatever my Midwestern slang for B is. And girls get upset because like, I'm not sure bro, I'm your baby. I'm your Bay. Do not call me one of your Bros. I ain't Yo man. I ain't your nigga whatever whatever I'm not but I when I get excited I can't help but like this start talking about like, Hey bro, you got to see this or something like that. And they go I enter bro they just go pause Yeah, they go pause right that I'm like come on. It ain't like that. It should take this was like we're on the same level we're friends they'd you know let you be great. And I'd be pissed I just

Sierra Doss:

walk away if some if I was really excited, and somebody was just like, let's reuse let's reword this here. I would just walk away and be over

Phines Jackson:

it. No, no, I said take it as a term of endearment. That's what it is. Right? I mean

Jeff:

that's what it's turned into. At least I don't know what it originally was when it when they first started like the N word. You know? I mean, obviously it wasn't a term of endearment when it first was being used. But it has turned in a you're gonna get you used to be when he was here maybe that's conversation I'm like, are they better hook or fight through? Speaking of babe like my four year old asked me to the day like why do you call mommy babe? I'm like I don't because that's she's my baby but she you know she's my baby. She's my wife. And why does she call you babe unless he's at that age he just wants to know everything. What do you call her baby go ahead question yeah,

Anthony:

I will do it now directors to see if you know my do women like pet names? Probably what's considered a pet name asking your opinion isn't Yeah. Yeah, like like you always call it like like if he was somebody like their baby a baby but when you pissed off at him you call them but like their government name. Man like I love you like baby Baby baby and do some Sheila yos here. And like soundware dinner. Whoa. That's what she breaks up with him immediately.

Sierra Doss:

Where's the Salisbury steak? Tell me now? No, no, I feel like you know that I can. I can see that. I see. I feel like I see that a lot

Jeff and Ant:

with my dinner. Uber app. We eat that we left it on my face. guys here dos. Yeah. So I'm going yeah. Pierre has done. You say you never had to use your government name on here and you probably do in your life. Yeah, no, we don't government it up, man. We gotta keep him her. She he we sunidhi Yeah. Easy pronouns. speakeasy pronoun,

Jeff:

right? Because he or she, this is a perfect segue because this is a topic. I wanted to discuss this I wanted to add no to our opinion. Because I know you guys have obviously all heard the rumors about like, when you know when a black person makes it in Hollywood, or before they make it in Hollywood. They have to wear a dress. You know, it's been the likes of Powell talked about it. You know, I mean, that's been like the bell. Yeah, right. Martin, Eddie Murphy, they all have to they've all played a role where they either had to wear a dress, or they played a female or something. And that was like the running joke. Like before they make it the black man has to wear a dress. And now and I was thinking the other day, and I was like, Yeah, I was watching. I mean, the little NAS x video, um, call me by your name. You've seen that ship, where he's like stripping on the ball. And he's given a seat in the lap dance. And I'm like, yo, like, obviously, this shit influences, you know, the mind of the youth. But then you also see shit like Jaden Smith. He's like the face of Louis Vuitton women's wear, and he's walking around wearing the dresses and shit. You know what I mean? So I had asked Anthony the question, and we agreed that we're just gonna leave it for the episode to see what his opinion was. Um, do y'all think that there is an emasculation issue? You know, in hip hop, like, do you think the black man? Like, let me rephrase it? Do you think there's an agenda to emasculate the black man in hip hop? Like, when you see a little nugget? I mean, obviously, we know he's gay. No, but nobody has a problem with him being gay. You know, homosexuality has existed in hip hop forever. It just hasn't been as open as it is now. You know, when you look back, they've been you know, they rumors about Africa. bambara being gay, fine, but they nobody even spoke about it. But now obviously, they're more open guys like Tyler, the creator guys like little NAS x. But when they make the videos the way they do now, and they're putting it out there like that, and the whole visuals and shit, like, do you have a problem with that? Do you feel like, you know, they're influencing today's youth? You know, I mean, the whole Jaden Smith shit that I mentioned. Do you have a problem with that? Do you think there is an emasculation issue? I'll let you out. Give me your opinions on that.

Phines Jackson:

You want to? Yeah, you want to take a crack at it? First year? You want me to talk about ego? ego? Okay, I can go on for a minute. There's a mask is a masculinity issue in the black culture just in general. Yeah. Over over massively sometimes but no, I don't think there's a problem. I think that uh, you can do whatever you want your artists you know, you got to be no black. And you don't got to be a black man, white man, whatever you want to be just be an artist and be whatever is true to you. And that be whatever it is, What do I care? I'm the I'm the audience member, you know, of what they do. So yeah, more is entertainment thing. In I think is self expression. Even more. So if we're going to talk about like, what's going to the the youth and what we're going to like what they're going to be like, exposed to, I mean, I'd rather them exposed to being open to whatever they want sexuality wise and flipping whatever drugs they try to flip or glorifying the property of life and glory. Like we that's that's why I'm upset with media is they? The the gatekeepers pick the the drug dealer or the person that wants money and objects and shoes and fashion and stuff like that, and they put them up there on the top 100 and, and show them to our youth. I'm more concerned with that. Then I wouldn't be what people pick sexuality wise, or masculinity wise. I don't really give a I don't care. I don't give a fuck about any of the gender what gender you are what? I don't honestly don't care. Yeah,

Sierra Doss:

yeah, I get what you're saying about like, the, the thing about like, Eddie Murphy in them, it's like, it seemed like once they like, seems like once they do that, or once some celebrities do that, you know, it's like, the it's like they change or it seems like there is a change sometimes but like I feel like that's separate from what you're also talking about with like hip hop and the masculinity thing. I I feel like at this point now in the culture The the masculinity or the mass homosexuality in hip hop is not even really like out in the open but like at this point, it's more unapologetic to me like they don't like lil NAS x isn't doing that I like lil NAS x isn't doing anything that, you know, men weren't doing with women. You know? Like the it's it's essentially just him doing he's like, why it to me I seen little NAS x and a lot of the stuff he does is like okay, well if I want to make a song about you know throwing ass while I'm gay Why would I want to make a music video with a bunch of you know women throw an ass like I want to see a bunch of men throw an ass you know that's that's what I would want. And you know I he's not really like he's never so like and I and like even if you put him aside like what you're saying with like the, the the dresses and the fashion and the way that's kind of changing for people. Again, I see it as just more unapologetic like really not being bothered by you know what they're supposed to do instead of just seeing instead just seeing like, what do I want to do instead of what do other people want to see me do?

Jeff:

I mean, they had cotton, they had Conway, they had Kanye to Conway a machine wearing a dress, there was a picture of him going around, online issue him wearing a dress was like a quick one of those quotes, but you know, like, he's not Irish, you know, say like this, this has to kill to kill whatever. But like, when we grew up, we grew up the show, he was listening to the you know, gangsta rap. They was talking about bitches and hoes, you know, I mean, and there was obviously glorifying you know, putting down women or at least that's what you know. Now, obviously, you got to be more sensitive to what you say and share. You know, you got to be more accepting, which is all good and cool, but go ahead. I'm anxious to hear your thoughts. I mean, I mean, have you heard these young boys? I don't think they caught that middle man. They still they still saying that? She'll talk that taught me not. It's still holding guns, man. People still rapping about violent crimes against women. damn near. Cuz I remember, you know how much sexual and physical assault goes on against women in the rat, even though we haven't learned we still we still beaten because this is left and right. We don't care. It sells Yeah.

Phines Jackson:

In this let's make this science base to I think this is fun. We shouldn't make a list of all the famous black men in the world. Or they'll say we'll say in America, right? Make a list of all of them. And then we'll go look at how many of them actually had their head dresses on a hat hat cross dress in their career. And I still think it I think there's probably just as many people that didn't have that didn't have wear a dress. I don't think Denzel Washington's ever worn a dress. I don't think Arthur Ashe I don't think LeBron James I don't think, you know, Jay Z. I don't think I could probably I could probably name about 20. Right, right. He probably people off top of my head there haven't worn a dress. So again, it's I think that if it goes to that point, I'm looking at that. And I'm like, what this comes to the artist is, I mean, this becomes to the individuals choice that they put on a dress, not so much, even if they if they did it so they can get a row or to get into the other echelons. I think Martin did that. Our comedian might do that, because it might show you Hey, I have more options, whatever, whatever, whatever. I'm more than more diverse. Yeah, yeah, I got more of an issue of I'm more upset with the gatekeepers glorifying things in our black community that aren't to be like, that's only going to profit them like of course, where do you spend $100 but he's Jordans to be like him of course been on his money to get paid. So you can your your your value in the system is is cooled. I'm like, y'all want to get in? I don't like that. That doesn't vibe. Well with me. It makes me feel like I'm getting taken advantage of as person that listens to music and

Jeff:

where you find it where you find in George's 400 items. Just be like 200. And if you find I don't know.

Phines Jackson:

Already, I'm already like, I see 100 awesome meals. Like I don't want to pay that much money for those and I'm alright, I know. Am I gonna fly when I play basketball?

Jeff and Ant:

But ultimately, like that's about it.

Jeff:

I'm electrons ultimately. Is there an emasculation issue in hip hop when it comes to the black man?

Anthony:

Fuck no, no, no. It is like, you fear the unknown. Yeah. And if you're not interested in, you know, men having sex with other men, it disturbs you or bothers you. You don't want to you don't want to address it even though it doesn't have anything to do with you. What goes on behind those doors is what they do. But like I said, they do play the role and you play the string how you want to because men have sex with men. Oh, God, please don't move discussing grown man because another but you put two ladies together your whole vibe changes. Because the same thing you're having sex with the same taxpayer. Right? But with that it's okay. When other way it's not. Because like I said, Because hip hop is a culture dominated by aggressiveness and masculinity and taking with mine and getting with Oh, that's what was going here things like when Tupac has like, this dual personality about how he basically disrespects women but loves him at the same time. That's why people love him. But we deal with things like this, like the whole little NAS x thing. It's like they're going too deep into the shape of anything. Little NAS x is not a great rapper, but he's a Master troller he's fantastic at this. Cuz he's not saying the word, you're doing all the talking for him, he doesn't have to do anything. Y'all are making a big issue out of this. And you're the one talking about, oh, he's, it shouldn't have this out here and it's for the kids and so on and so forth. You know, because when I say anything him, a no happens when people hear all the things that's popular in culture, they go out and want to listen to what's going on with this. And it's only making him more popular, making him more money. I don't have an issue with the guy at all. I never had I'm not a fan of his music, but I get what he is. And the thing is that he fits a particular path and a particular niche in the culture, and it works for him. But the whole thing is that you can't say like, Oh, it's a masculinity problem. Hip Hop, it's always been a masculinity and probably hip hop. We just never want to address it. And the other thing that you brought up that you talked about the kids look, I grew up watching that look funny in the face. I've seen wily coyote fall off a cliff. I've seen gangster movies, murder movies, horror movies, never saw crack. I've never murdered anybody. I've never wanted to rape a woman. I've never wanted to have any kind of like kilos in a trunk or some shit like that. It just it just music. It's just movies. Like I figured out a long time ago. That's not reality. Am I reflective of the reality around me the things that I might see, but it's not something I aspire to aspire to be something else. That's when I say like, No, you shouldn't be showing this stuff. Because no, wait because then oh, we're gonna rewind this man because because I gotta bring up the Batman shirt to you. We'll get to that but finest geeked out. Let me just end this conversation because we grew up we grew up listening to like the Tupac Wu Tang NAS Jay Z. They were all talking about selling drugs, you know, selling coke in the corner shooting people, you know, I'm saying and like answered, you know, I've never sold drugs. I've never shot nobody.

Jeff:

You know, I mean, and so yeah, I guess I guess you could look at it that way too. Like it's, you know, the parents in the household job, you know, I mean, to make sure the kids are not being influenced what by what they hear or see. Is that is that is that the point you were making here?

Anthony:

Yeah, like even Charles Barkley fitness commercial, I'm not a role model. These people that you see, they're not a role model, or entertainers. They have a product that they sell to you, if you buy that product, cool. If you don't buy that product, that's fine. And the whole thing about little NAS x is this, the beauty of these little phone devices that we have in our hands that we read music on, we can just press pause, or skip to the next song, we don't have to hear it. It's a choice. You don't have to watch, like the gangster shit that we talked about. You just press a button, you turn the channel, it's a choice. The most important, most powerful influence on any child's life should be their parents, more family, and then probably like the teachers and then their friends, the people who make differences in their lives. If I'm being inspired by a song that I heard I make want to sell drugs or a movie that I want to watch that makes me want to kill people. That means my family's failed, my parents who failed, my teachers have failed, everything else has failed around me. And I feel like that's the only choice. And I think we have so many other options in so many people that really want to help others, especially the youth of America, that this thing is not even really a big issue. If you want to want to teach kids you know about masculinity, teach them the right way. Teach them respect, teach them to be honored, teach and be thoughtful towards people of other races of other sexes, so on so forth. That's the best lesson to teach him. You're not supposed to learn from Little NAS x facts and your

Sierra Doss:

bigger issue and like it really is a fear thing because they're only going to last us in the hip hop community. Then one gay guy who just makes music and tweet and you know, Stan's Nicki on Twitter. Okay, there's people out here still pretending that our Kelly was just a confused illiterate man. It's people acting like Chris Brown is a pedophile it's just it's just tragically misunderstood. Okay, there's there's people for punching down in the face

Unknown:

still beating? Yeah,

Sierra Doss:

he just had like a police what what is it we're I was just telling you guys they just had a whole the cop surrounded his house like a couple years ago like with helicopters and everything and

Jeff and Ant:

still doing shit. Batman is still out here kicking wholesale as 20 years later

Phines Jackson:

on um, what I'll say before you jump off of this of this one, too is sorry, that's my last one. And because it's a big to me, too, is a you know, there's a there's a difference between I know everybody notice, but just to highlight the difference between masculinity and homosexuality. I think a lot of men see homosexuality is a de emasculating them or he masquerading them or whatever, whatever. But they're just two different there is two different worlds you can you can be a homosexual and still be masculine. That's right. And vice versa. You know, is there the I think the guys take it so serious when someone's like, Oh, you call me gay and they get upset and I'm like, you know, they're questioning your masculinity that's why you're upset. And they're just two different things you know, you hold on to your masculinity and being so upset with that calling me being all that out brother. Real quick, real quick The reason Give me

Jeff:

the reason I thought about this and you remember premium right? We had him on a few weeks ago on our episode, ego tripping, I need to go check that funny dude. Praying, so he was going back and forth on Twitter with some people that We're making like gay jokes and I remember when we grew up, you know, gay jokes we used to do that like you know you gay Yeah Why are you being gay or as gay or why are you wearing them shoes those are gay we used to say that a lot It was funny that it was not and you know I'm saying as obviously as we got older with it ain't as funny to us no more I don't say Jake gay jokes but you know I see a lot of Young Dudes on Twitter still do gay this guy then they troll a lot of people with that Yeah, bream is real old school and remembers and he you know he made a little video just wanted to play a real quick about what he thought about people making gay jokes hold up

Unknown:

now played on my mind what's funny is other jokes you can make out you won't make a gazer with a straight A's man I never seen and volleyball mama for the home you still do this? That's what they do. Do this at this standard old fucking like I say what you want with flucht you were even saying that shit to me though. Like this flub I look like say my little homie man. Ray and my grandma your grandma but my real man. You have to solve a real mortgagee about how you know not not now Knock knock.

Jeff:

someone's not gonna go hey, I want to I'm curious to hear what you got to say about Batman. Yo, cuz you've been getting on Batman for like the last month you've been hanging on

Anthony:

the back this man? No, we can get back to this man talking about lotions and ashes. To farming that that is a personal choice. I gotta I gotta shout. You got got to moisturize everything you got from head to toe. Hold my balls like wipe your hands. Don't don't don't even get it. Don't even get defensive. like Nah, man. No, thank you just those are engaging. Those are like somebody coming up to you. Someone's coming on to you. Yeah, that's it. I didn't want to break it to him. Yeah. Like he's hitting on you. It's a difference. It's not there's no joke. Someone's hitting. Someone's hitting on something. Sure. Sure. You did. Yeah. Like we just fell in the bed together but we just laughing and shit. Like Come on, man. There's two little things but one one just because a by trying to be funny and you always punch down you go to the easiest target you think in your mind to the thing about masculinity and homosexuality is this. Like if you get into it and you think a guy's gay and so on and so forth from charter like, like you're gay, you're fat You're so and so forth. Blah, blah. You're missing one very fine point. He still is a man he can still beat us. So if he beats you are up now. Like, like, like, like, like, like a heavyweight belt? Like, like, like I have like, like like the gay title and you love when you lose your game now like like push moving forward. Like you're well on your ass

Phines Jackson:

tag your guy tags. That should be the rules. Yeah, that should be the rule. Yeah, I like that. And it's kind of like tag man with a shirt like that. Like every time every time

Anthony:

you know the thing that's in the comic books that now that the two that Robin is bisexual Oh yeah, no, he's he's figuring himself out is what they said. Look man the problem I have with Batman that T this is another problem I have a Batman right so so did Grayson there's a boy one that he's robbed and so on so forth, right? My man is right here like in the streets fighting crime and booty shorts. Like you can't get that man some pants some trousers. Everyone else got pants back girl got pants Red Hood got pants Nightwing got pants but Robin The only one out here fighting crime barely just out here in the cold with with the size all the way out and some some wing tip shoes. I'm like come on man. And you're doing it you can't get him some robot utility bill No. I hate the swinging from the rafters and shit. Cold as fuck with just his thighs out like come on back to smoking my homie like you can't give me no pants. You're a billionaire. So, Ilan musk of Gotham City.

Jeff:

So welcome. Where are you getting it? You think Batman molested Robin at some point? No, I

Jeff and Ant:

know. I think Batman is part his host no psychosomatic his his anger issues. His deep seated resentment towards the third and everything else that he said fuck this little boy even were paying lip boy to me. I don't care if he was 28 years old. Robin Wait where these shorts? Never get me. You know? Why can we got no pants on? Yo, yeah, that's it. We have a green underwear bitch. You have to warn Sierra fighters that she hates Batman like you go back to our episodes like in almost every episode he takes a jab at Batman he thinks Batman is a racist he thinks he only comes out at night to beat up minorities like you know he hates but I go hey I'm sorry here please now you go you go

Sierra Doss:

just gonna say you know Batman hit Batman really just evolved like in the media like first it was like oh yeah, I'm gonna fight off you know big big millionaire lawyer to face I'm gonna beat up this weird penguin motherfucker. You know there's a plant bitch she's got to go to she's getting a two piece but then it just doesn't it just evolved into like, Well how would he work in the city? And then it was like well, my only solution is to just punish mutilate the poor and like, they like it was like it was like whoever's like in charge of like making the comics like at the very top like they got the drafts when he was like oh yeah now he's gonna take down you know this crazy corporation that poisons you know all the civilians in there like I don't like this energy. I don't like this vibe. I don't like this. I feel like we're putting a lot of pressure on the wrong people how can we rearrange this and then it like the whole henchman narrative imagine

Jeff and Ant:

what are we missing? What are we missing?

Jeff:

Can you imagine if Alfred the butler was black and would be saying all kinds of wow shit about Batman. Oh,

Anthony:

I quit.

Phines Jackson:

Yeah, you know what? You know what if alpha with me? Oh, someone talking talking about? I have so many opinions of Batman first of all in the world. My first thing is CTS would have been called on them Batman would have been because you can't say no kid out to the cage. I would have been in jail as soon as my parents you gonna take this boy? Boy Wonder I know.

Anthony:

Imagine outfit. Always seeing Bruce taking this little boy into this closet every night. And then it goes out as he's in fight. He's like, Yo, what the fuck are you like Colin and get my phone hold up 911 Foley some shit going on over here. You got to see this is worse than dogfighting. I tell you that. Oh, wow. And over here.

Phines Jackson:

Now my opinion of Batman is first I'll say I am a Batman series fan. I love the villains. Ivan don't mind Batman psychologically wise, but all that being said racist. Yeah, he's a millionaire. I think he throwing people into an asylum that he's beating up. And he's it's not like he didn't go through his own trauma. So he's just as bad as all the rest of them. He lost his parents. And first he told Aaron Wilson and asylums expect him to get over. This dude's been dealing with his parents death for forever. I my friend is talking the other day about like, even his parents dying and the fact of it are richest people in the city and they were going down crime alley at night wearing pearls. No, no, just just just splash your money around. You just have to flash your pearls in a bad neighborhood. Right? Don't expect to get beat up.

Sierra Doss:

Like I don't even know where they came from. They're literally like they go you see them go into the theater like and it's a huge like awning. It's a whole setup. And then, you know, a couple hours later, they just I don't why are they running back door? Let's Let's go

Jeff:

motherfuckers Why do they have an opera theater in the middle of the hood? Oh, yeah.

Sierra Doss:

Right. Why are they it's this it's the start of gentrification. They were like, Hey, you know, you know, what's the guy's name? What's the dad's name Tom or whatever the hell he's like, Tom Yeah, he's like hey, Martha girl. I know a shortcut Listen, trust me mark is like why do you do this every time we go somewhere Why are you always trying to do this every time we go I just want to go to the car where was Alfred though? He should have been in the car waiting for them already though. He probably was if they had fallen out the front the valley It was probably I don't know why they would do this right.

Jeff and Ant:

After in the back taking a smoke break like saying and let me be shitting on like you broke motherfuckers I love that shit. Yo Lawson. Then it went down and got shot. Or maybe Thomas Wayne was a freak like, yo, let's go into Allen real quick, big boy with them. Let them watch not brought up a good point though. like Batman throws all these, you know, obviously mentally challenged or depressed. He's going crazy. I love the asylum. But he's but he never he's just like them though. And that's why him and Joker have that dynamic because they they consider themselves the same. Like we need each other. You are me. I'm you. You know, I'm saying we got the same issues going on. Why doesn't he throw himself in the asylum? He obviously has issues as well. Yeah. You know, I'm saying Have you ever seen that meme? Like, no. I mean, like your rich build a better prison like you keep putting the Joker here. He gets out like every two weeks. He also

Phines Jackson:

he probably has a payroll to to keep like if I'm running They're silent and I'm hiring those people Whatever. I'm firing some people Joker keeps getting out like way all day he Oh, and

Sierra Doss:

he's always giving Well, one he's always giving endowments and things like like as Bruce Wayne. He's always like, oh, Bruce Wayne gave this you know, $6 million endowments, blah, blah, blah. He's probably got to be doing that like, once a year to Arkham so at one point where does the investigative reporter that's like, why does Bruce Wayne keep pumping money into this? It's like a Ponzi scam because he has everybody on her name because no one gets

Jeff and Ant:

help her Her name is Vicki Vale he's piping her that's how it goes. So that's fact she reported there's no investigation.

Phines Jackson:

I'll bring a full circle, Batman and tiny list. This is what would happen if Kanye West started was fighting crime. He had this he almost has as much money he will put everybody on the payroll. Everybody knows Batman can do whatever he wants. He just beats up crazy people he crazy. That says we can't say no to him. He left him out of jail and beat him up again. I guarantee Batman's too rich that he has everybody on his payroll he's the richest imagine they all know what

Jeff:

crime but he'll be having to fight crime on his time like yeah, I'll get to you but hola first, I gotta do this. Like Like I'm gonna save you in a minute but hold up

Jeff and Ant:

I got to mix this record first. Yeah and Crime Unit see that bastard No. Man I'm not I'm not getting beat up by No dude in Batman outfit wearing easy's I'm shooting me zone like Nick. Oh

Sierra Doss:

wow, I would leave town if I got my ass beat by Kanye Batman. I would I would I would give up I would start over.

Jeff and Ant:

He would never be Batman. It would take him like 18 months to figure out like what's the right logo? I should put on the front of this costume.

Phines Jackson:

I bet his Intro music from Nononono you know 99 I love Batman song. Way better with Kanye.

Jeff and Ant:

Oh, yeah, I got my money right? Oh, it's right there.

Jeff:

Is Batman racist? is Bruce Wayne racist? Or are they both racist?

Jeff and Ant:

I'm gonna say 100% Yes, Sierra. Both of them. Yeah, they're wanting to fame right? Well yeah, I mean, I mean he's a he's a really rich white man in America. I'm going to assume that you're probably racist I think

Phines Jackson:

he's just not yeah had lived the same experiences as the people he's beating up you know?

Jeff and Ant:

I had one new Negro that's Lucius Fox outside he has no I was literally just

Sierra Doss:

trying to think like who else like and you know, this is like a thing I'm fine with when I'm like watching something or when I'm like watching TV or something if you like don't know how to interact with people of color and you just don't include them in the show. I'm like more okay with that than putting like a poor like a really terrible sir in there. I feel like they do that with everything in Batman they just like he doesn't know he does Batman Bruce Wayne doesn't know how to interact with black people so they just don't put them in there. They put Lucius in there, build whatever you want. And then that's pretty much it. I can't think of any other black people right now.

Jeff and Ant:

Which is not even the friend Lucius is the help.

Sierra Doss:

That's all if that's the best they can do without it getting offensive. You know, that's

Jeff:

I except I've noticed that he's never he's never dated any black women like all his girlfriends of white. And then the one movie where they may try Catwoman or black where they make her Halle Berry. Batman's and even in that one. every other time

Jeff and Ant:

that? You wait. I mean, they're going to have a black cat woman and this one because I think oh my god. Is Batman gonna be in? It was a young girl's name. Yeah, the new the bad mother Robin. Oh, is it? Is it? Zoe Kravitz? Yeah. Yeah.

Sierra Doss:

So we'll see. This will be our time. This is one chance.

Phines Jackson:

This is why I think Bruce Wayne Batman is also racist. If they put the bathroom up every time something happened in the hood. Batman, wouldn't he just be like, stop because stuff is always going wrong. I can't keep fighting crime. He's like don't even I don't even if we see a bad thing that was for a black neighborhood or black thing. He'd be like, why did you waste my time? I don't think he even he don't I've never seen him fight crime in a bad neighborhood. Because he doesn't even worry about it. He only worries about the Gotham City Batman.

Jeff:

Gotham City is supposed to be Chicago. No. There's a lot of crime.

Phines Jackson:

I don't know. I've never seen I don't think I've ever I don't I've only watched your Yeah, I thought it was the New York to

Jeff:

metropolis. Metropolis is New York and that's that Superman's territory. Gotham City Chicago. Okay. I should have crime infested.

Sierra Doss:

That makes it worse. Now I'm really confused where the black people are. Well, same super Superman.

Phines Jackson:

This is racist to like Yeah, no, I've never seen a yes. Well, don't don't

Jeff:

do this episode. Yo, is Batman racist? I should get a lot of hits.

Jeff and Ant:

He does come on. Like well, like we try to argue this shit for years. But come on, come on

Phines Jackson:

even his Yeah, even for even if he doesn't mean to be the fact that I don't see him around black people and I was in the same room with him. I think I would be like flinching all the time because this is like, I don't know what this constantly have to do.

Jeff and Ant:

But it was it was the last one what the Dark Knight Returns the one with him in bang, right. So he goes into an orphanage and it's nothing but white kids to go through this entire city is a bunch of cops is like 99% of the police force is white, which is actually pretty accurate. There are no black people to the entire thing when they're trying to clear the streets. And also they have a football game. There's like five black football players who like Alright, y'all, you're going to fall with this shit. They had Hines Ward and a bunch of white guys. Like this ain't the sports that have seen on TV. Most of the brothers dominating this but

Jeff:

somehow at least Hein Ward was out and I got the 30 things all

Jeff and Ant:

white It's all right.

Sierra Doss:

Maybe that's the real problem. It's not even that he's racist. It's just that he clearly just won't leave his he won't leave his hometown and there's there's no black people to start with there. Yeah, he's not going with a crime truly is he's only cares about his little city. Yeah, there should be more movies like that

Phines Jackson:

where superheroes go where the true crime is that if there's going to be really because they only it seems like they're only keeping the rich comfortable. Alright, which sounds a lot like things that are going on now. But yeah, we should probably make a movie where I make a movie where the superheroes actually going to go where crime truly and go like oh wow, we're in a third world country right now and it's not really crime is going on. We need to feed these people and educate them.

Jeff:

Batman goes to Kosovo. But yo I want to thank Sierra and finance for coming on. I could definitely catch them on grandpa and chill the dope ass podcast what I like about the podcast the name grandpa and chill cuz like when you go to type that there's no mistake there's no other podcast is gonna come up. That's the only podcast that comes up when you go anywhere and you type grandpa and chill. Before you even finish typing chill that should comes up you know, I'm saying so, shout outs to y'all shout out to grandpa and Brandon. Um, one last thing Yo, did you hear that? 50 cent is getting sued by Remy Martin not the rapper Remy Martin or Remy Ma but the actual liquor brand because I don't even know he had his own cognac Branson and he got the Branson cognac Branson sire. And what they're saying is that they're suing for like, you know, his bottle supposedly the bottle resembles one of their bottles and they saying they own the the rights to the to the design or whatever, you know, copyright infringement, whatever the shit is. So there's so when he tweeted about it, he was like, yo, they worrying about us, and they got to worry about what is the Hennessy is number one, and then Remy mind is number two in sales and he's like, yo, they're second to him. Now they got time to worry about that. cities that money. But Yo, that's our time in the culture. Go holiday. social medias, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, click on the links in the show notes. Yo, Sierra, finance. Thank you for coming on, man. Appreciate you.

Sierra Doss:

Thanks for having me. Yes, I

Jeff:

need to. I need to come back on some more often. I gotta make time for us. We family out here. Yeah, they got to run like give them a minute like they got life. We all do back. I'll be back. I have lots of good theories. good stories. I got to send email me here. I heard you say that about Superman. Superman is my favorite hero. So if you got some negative shit to say by You hit me up. We will come on and we're gonna discuss it. Because I feel I feel like I can talk about it. Well, I can tell you I feel like we have all of us as minorities have more in common with Superman than we ever talk about. I'm a comic fan. You know, I'm gonna get into that in another episode. I can't fly.

Phines Jackson:

Let's look. Alright, next episode. Superman landed in Kansas as a black man. White man. Let's talk about that. And see what happened. In 1940 Yeah, have

Sierra Doss:

you seen Have you seen that little Have you seen that little spin off movie? No. Everything in the comic. The Gods and Monsters? No good shit. It's like I will. I'll find it where you're at. I saw Tom. he lands in Mexico instead of can.

Jeff:

Spanish and Superman. Man. I can't stop. I can't stop on the wall. You can't stop me. He's jumped over like us. Mexico, us, Mexico. Trump is like we gotta get you got to figure out a way to get Superman to hit man. Keep him on that side.

Phines Jackson:

Get him back to crypto give him the back to get them back to his home place. Send him a crypto in

Anthony:

a wallet kryptonite. Oh yeah, that's Donald Trump. Yeah, that'd be great. All our tax money goes generic. Generic no name kryptonite. It will be crap tonight or something. Oh yeah. I like it. I like it. I see. Like it's the same it's the same it's green rock. This is a strong this green rock is just like 40% Emerald. Alright, I'm done. Yo Riyadh here yo with kosher peace.

Unknown:

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