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Jeff: Yo yo yo yo thank you for
tuning in is another episode of

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the culture episode 84 If this
is your first time listening to

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us, I'm your host Jeff I'm here
with my co host Anthony the

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coach Are

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you laughing?

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Anthony: Could you keep Matt
fresh like this is your first

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time listen to a and b somebody
first time bro in the podcast

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world is wild like ever just
look through just click on some

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it's everybody first time listen
every day that's what I'm

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saying. Let me find a random
fitness to do all the time. So

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again if it is your first time
the website BUTCHER I don't know

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if I told you how we got the
domain name is the culture dot

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one. That's the domain where are
we rushing? What do you mean? Do

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all the dot coms know that calm?
Calm? Calm is too expensive. So

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we fucking we are the one

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Jeff and Ant: the coated that 12
McBee sheets is cheap, low.

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We're Yes, yes. Speaking of
Russian you want to talk about

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that Russia should not?
Absolutely not man, we are

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American citizen. I got top of
the shit. Got Time for buses.

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Fuck good. Bribe man. Look, what
did we had, we've had a

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terrorist attack a few times.
We've survived a pandemic. And

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now we want to wait to a world
war. So I don't know what kind

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of fucked up bingo card our
generation is trying to run. But

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I'm trying to avoid it at all
costs. Were the best thing that

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you own. If you got to go to
war. You got even watchmen pull

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that back out so quickly. I
can't fight no war no more, my

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back is sore. My feet are flat,
my neck hurt. No, by trying to

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go to war and try to go to war.
Right? It's like ADHD and all

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that shit. Taking all these
medications, I've signed up for

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mad things. The whole thing.
It's a conflict that has, you

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know, global implications. But
I'm not going to try to say to

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be funny like this. It's, it's
early. And it's it's a lot of

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pushback. It's a lot of things
that I would like to talk about,

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but I'm not going to say
something that I'm not fully

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informed on that but that's the
thing that cracks me up like

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between a pandemic and this all
of a sudden I see a whole bunch

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of epidemiologists and political
scientists like Come on y'all

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know shit about no shut about
shit need to do. But I choose

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not to say anything because I
want to be more informed. It

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seems like oh, there's Russia
coming and going. They're

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getting close to China. Like I
Yeah, shut up. Shut up. Stop

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Stop, stop, stop, stop, stop.
You don't know I don't know.

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There's some some long history
between those two countries. But

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there's something more I don't
mean it in like a conspiracy

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theorist kind of way just more.
I want to I want to know more so

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I can talk about them. I can do
that next week. I can really

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honestly do that then but right
now now I am trying to jump some

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shit I don't know about them.
Ukrainians the bravest shit,

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bro. Like, have you seen the
news and the videos and shit?

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Like, would you if something was
to pop off here? Would you trust

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that the American people would
be as brave as the Ukrainians

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have been? Because I don't? I
don't know. We thought everybody

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that gets it to something from
Texas took the gangster shit

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behind a keyboard and share on a
tick tock video some shit. But

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when Stan is and Miss was
topping off, they all be like

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ADHD. I got mental illness. No
offense to anybody who has

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people in this book. That just
seems like type capital in lieu

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keyboard bro, I will fuck Russia
up like we're fend for real.

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Like you never had an sp the
whole thing met like alright, so

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a long time ago, we went to
reloaders so you shot a gun.

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Right? Right. And people think
that she was like the movies. It

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ain't easy to hit that target.
And that's like 10 That's 10

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yards away to get the bullet
where you wanted to go. Yeah,

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you know I saw a thing on on on
TV earlier. What it was like

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people in Ukraine were like it
was 20 people and it was a bunch

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of glass bottles and it was
filling gasoline up don't make a

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Molotov cocktail like they built
for this shit they ready to go

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but I respected you got to fight
for shows. If it was your house,

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wouldn't you do the same? Oh
yeah, exactly. But um Yo, that's

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fine. Give a shout out to these
coach crew again, when when they

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don't hear the name I get
complaints. So I mean shit. I

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get it they support the show but
they you know the getting real

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petty now the coach accrue like
I heard my name and I heard my

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name in an episode like I write
a really demanding so I'm gonna

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get some I have to comply. So
shout out to Alex so say Do you

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message to grant Kaiser
shoutouts to Tosh, you'll get a

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nickname yet. Shout out to Mikey
sheet. Mm hmm. Shout out to

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Simba. Last but not least shout
out to Melly Mel. In toxic sugar

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head on. No nickname. It should
be a hidden treat and wonder by

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name you were named to fast like
and so what's it dentally though

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nowhere I'm incidentally the
Patreon that complain this time

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wasn't even one or like the
usual suspects. It wasn't like a

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grand cause. Or Alex Oh say he
filmed it. What would it be?

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lady named her bro. I apologize.
I understand you understand it

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you know I'm saying I'm
surprised kaisi let me see

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nothing about that punch it wish
it what do you think want me on

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Microsoft about the whole thing
once in no secret cause I'm

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talking about with Putin and his
history and some

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of his wife. Yeah, I don't
remember him saying that. That

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was several weeks ago. He
listened Yeah, I probably should

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have but they just liked his
music. I'm saying he picked the

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whip literally whatever his
music is fire you but you'd like

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to say a madman you hated that
verse. Got to hear his side of

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the story. We didn't know what
she did. What did she do to

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deserve that pistol weapon
though like he did now you can't

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be talking about dead man he
can't and that's my thing. If a

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man ain't around to defend
himself, the case is null and

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void us off you know it kind of
is null and void but you still

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know what the evidence so yeah
yeah that's the that's the only

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difference like we don't have
videos of Michael touching

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little kids but we got videos a
big putter you know, smacking

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his wife around say yes and
that's the difference hard

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denied? Like that's the first
point like domestic abuse like

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what did she say to deserve it
right right shit. You know we

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have a we have footage of Ray
Rice punching the girl in the

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face we got footage of our Kelly
sleeping with girls like we got

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this my whole thing that she
pissed me off when people are

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talking about what did what did
she do? Or what did he do like

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you could you could stand there
he cursed me out in front of my

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face all goddamn day if you want
too long don't pick up no weapon

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we good? Like dude, like dude
really lacked like this kind of

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emotional thing. Like someone
can yell at them and often do

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like, they need like, go upside
to girlfriend or wife head like

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fuck is wrong with you? Like,
let the shit go walk the fuck

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away. Or just just sit there and
smile and laugh. It's only gonna

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piss her off more but don't be
upset about it. I don't know

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man. I can't see myself really
going inside no chick head like

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that. It's not really me. Not my
soul. No, no. What about you

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know, I've never had no female
are you? Yeah, you know, I never

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see my father put my hands on my
mom. I wasn't raised like that.

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He doesn't say now but your mom
like a little tougher the woman

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but she thinks she would stand
Jewish I've seen my mom I've

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seen my mom. I've seen my mom
hit my dad though. Maybe I

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shouldn't be saying that on air.
If you lay that out do not get

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that out. I see. My mom took
several swings at him and he

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just walked away. I'm gonna be a
better man. You see that's the

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way it goes. God dang she's take
a few swings here just walk away

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like I'm entertaining this guy
kind of your bullshit boom move

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with my dinner set as fuck is my
dinner he probably said that. He

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said he put the flip it on got a
beer dirty Yankee though like I

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pick up my face let me know when
dinner's ready now to one in the

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night got blood coming down his
face his forehead like yeah, let

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me know what dinner ready? Yeah,
we got down to one of the night

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woman man we gotta get we gotta
get revair I hear like is wow

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the shit you learn from your
parents? You hope to learn good

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things, but sometimes you'd be
like, What the fuck do I get

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from y'all? You'll wonder these
lessons like I got I got my

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mother's I got my mother's
attitude. I got my father's

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temper but I try to avoid have a
father Tim because it's bad but

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I definitely got my dad to my
mother is more like like she's

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kind and she like respectful and
so on so forth. But just don't

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cross her because like when you
cross her like you a zombie you

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alive but you did to her at the
same time. And I'm definitely

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the same way I got time for none
of this shit. Like I've tried I

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try to be cool everybody I had
no issues with before somebody

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but some I really got a problem
and they really disliked me or

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if I really really disliked
them. They just did to me I'm

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like, I'm not going to care
about them. Like it doesn't

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matter. But that's it but I know
that's kind of a learned thing

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from like family and stuff like
that, especially for my mother.

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And I was wondering where I got
it from but I thought about a

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few years ago then I figured it
out but we all get these little

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things my parents is weird to
see like that you find to do the

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same shit. Can your mother be
acting the same way? It is weird

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when you hear from other people
like how you're so much

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reflective of them? Is it what
between you and your mom and

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your dad? How was what do you
get from them? Do you act

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particular way that your dad
does or speaking like there are

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certain characteristics that
children have that are so

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reflective of the parents like
God You're just like your father

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or You're just like your mother
sometimes you say certain things

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or do certain things like you
might not even realize it yet

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but not realize not think about
it I think I got a little bit of

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both from like the physical
qualities is all my dad

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everybody's like Damn you You
look just like that you walk

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like a dad and my son is the
same way as far as like yep same

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bullet that's what YES SIR of
the other characteristics of my

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mom you know I'm saying like the
nature and I don't know but I'm

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a mixture of both she's and then
my sister we all my sister looks

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like my mom but it has the
temperament of my dad you know

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I'm saying like, hates to be
home temperature hot headed

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prideful like a mall fuck. I
know I know but you said this is

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this is like this little tough
little Spanish girl like that's

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not the reason I've been no
fight though. Is it she's

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Spanish an issue little it's
true. Latina well my whole thing

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of like, okay, whatever the fuck
what you haven't mad yet I'm

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like yo between never been in a
fight before you probably calm

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it down just a little bit
because sometimes you might get

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your foot you don't really
really really want that to

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happen that ill tempered OB
right but that's the whole thing

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like you gotta learn to temper
that she

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Jeff: shouldn't never seen no
road rage like that shit, bro.

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I've seen her scream at old
ladies trying to cross the

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street because they motherfucker
I'm like yo, she's 86 Let her

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take her time. She got a walker.
Yep. Wait about like, Bro she

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has it somewhere.

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Jeff and Ant: Move like oh shit.
So does she the other side of

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the street. She's trying to make

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it Oh, Lady raised her fist down
like God damn you. Yeah, you

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know how badly to curse up our
old lady. He was trying to live

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a life that'd be mad. I'll be
mad. Be mad. Speaking of

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Latinos, though. And speaking of
the culture dot one, you're

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going to website and you could
check out the new blog up there.

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And the first post is that I
wrote about how Latinos should

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embrace their blackness. And
we've talked about this, but I

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don't feel like especially like
Dominicans and Puerto Ricans and

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Cubans. I don't feel like we do
that enough. I don't know. So

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we're Afro Latinos. And I wrote
a little piece about how we need

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to start embracing our blackness
so that'll be up. And you know,

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for patrons who don't like to
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gonna do like a little audio
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you. And that'll be up on the on
the Patreon page. Because I know

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he's more focused on like
reading these days. Oh my god,

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they do did this. It's got to be
like buddies instead of audio

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files into the audio grams or
whatever that's just called

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audio books. You know, I've
never listened to one I mean

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either but everybody's like yo,
like what I was telling people I

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was listening I was reading the
Will Smith will actually read

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the physical book people was
like oh yeah, that's not that's

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the audio book I'm listening to
now like I didn't read No bro.

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You just listening to Will Smith
talking to you? It really don't

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help you literacy Oh, like you
just hear you're hearing words

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not reading you know I'm saying
he was using a lot of words that

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I was like, This is how you
spell that or I didn't know what

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this means you get to look it
up. You know what I'm saying?

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Like now Now when you're hearing
it you don't know how to spell

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shit. Right? You get to see it
but I wonder what that means you

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get it like another book called
a dictionary and look it up.

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There's your answer. Now you
just like this. It sounds good.

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Stupid. Like I get the point of
audiobooks yet but I still think

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you're probably read you know a
real book you know when you were

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like an interview or take a job
there's words there that you got

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to read and understand fill it
out properly. Yeah, no, words is

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power. So fucking do it. So
yeah, the culture got one I

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might say that a few more times
today. Thank Thank GOD NO

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FUCKING drinking game. Like
coaching that one. Here we go.

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Shot number three shot number
eight. We did by the end of the

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show. What happened this week?
Oh Biden nominated the first

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black woman on to the Supreme
Court Miss tangi brown Jackson.

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Yes, she should go through it. I
don't promise she's like the

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fourth woman now on there. Like
the first the fourth woman and

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Sonia Sotomayor. Ruth Bader
Ginsburg, and a missing one. So

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the thing is for before as well,
I'm missing one. I I think I

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know the name I'm not gonna look
it up. But I know there was four

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and she's the first black woman
which he said he do. Yeah, so

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congratulations to him. Let's
take care the student loans mess

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up fucking my Mohit then. Yeah,
we're never gonna hear about

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that shit again, bro. Nobody's
gonna talk about student loans

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ever again. He's not even gonna
mention the shit. Like you doing

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all this other shit? Yeah. Like
to go like, this is the reason

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you got to pay that debt.
Because I'd have been like, Yo,

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I can do a full one years of
Trump bullshit. And let's see

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can I don't pass that? I could
have because after that he

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couldn't he couldn't run for
office again. Now he can run it

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again. He probably will in 2024.
Right. But my whole thing is

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like you know, bro, you got the
jockey said you promise to get

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rid of my student loans. Now
like, Ah man, I don't know. What

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do you mean? Oh, no. Get rid of
the shit make my life easy. I

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don't pay the shit. Fuck you.
And okay, so now we can talk

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about so you saw genius, right?

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Jeff: Kanye shit on Netflix.
Yes. I thought it makes me want

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to miss the old Kanye. I mean, I
missed him already. The watch

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this, like, you know, you're
like, I don't know. It makes him

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look more sympathetic. You
understand where his cockiness

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comes from? You know, I'm saying
when he goes visit his mom and

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Mrs. Donda, like reciting his
lyrics and she knew his lyrics

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more than he did. It was like,
Yo, that's the support system.

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You know, I'm saying like, she
was his biggest supporter.

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Jeff and Ant: Yeah, she was the
anchor that held him down to

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reality to like, I like I'll
watch that shit. Another buddy

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get mad at my mother. Like, do
you love me like, Bro? Like, let

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me ask. I don't rap, obviously.
But I would hope that if I did,

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you would know my lyrics, but
whatever you do, you know I'm

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saying yeah, like, it's like,
Mom, have you been listening to

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my podcast man? Like, do you
even know we spoke about this

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week? You know, I said you name
five times. You got to pop up on

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a computer talk. was a phrase
that I didn't know. I thought

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was on the Zoom call talking
about life. No, no, hell no. But

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the whole thing is like, I mean,
having her and being that

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supportive is like that's that
blew my mind. I got more

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understanding of the store, like
when he was going back and forth

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to the office playing. All falls
down. Yeah. He went in every

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office in the Def Jam building,
but he just kept popping the

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tape. They're like, Yo, let me
let you listen to this and the

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receptionist. And then whatever
the ladies that the marketing

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people, they were just looking
at him like, Yo, get the fuck

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out of my office, man. I got
work to do with all these

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paperwork to deal with. And
apparently the story goes like,

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this is the time that they
filmed it. But this is like the

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ninth or 10th time he did that,
like, so that's what you feel

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like? You do this all the time.
Like, okay, good. All right.

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Yay. We'll get you. I mean,
don't you see it? Like I don't I

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don't know if it's like that. If
it's if it's a superhero origin

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or the origin of a villain. Oh,
right. Because every every

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vendor goes to the same thing.
They happen. They feel no

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underappreciated unloved. A
tragedy happens and then

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everything changes. So he
becomes the villain, right? It's

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weird. I think it's awesome. But
I know that part three is next

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week but that's the part I'm
interested in cuz I want to see

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what they what happens. Like, I
guess it's gonna be at his

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mother passes, but they don't
really even talk about on this

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one. It kind of sort of
mentioned that he pushed like

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his future forward and
everything that happened. It's

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actually a lot better than I
thought it was. It was the shit

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that Joker toe to face. Like,
you live long enough to be to

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see yourself become the villain
or whatever it was that either

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died here either die a hero or
live long enough to see stuff.

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Right. And I feel like that sums
up Kanye. Because I mean, he did

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the diamond hero part
technically with that car crash.

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Yeah. Because at that point,
like, oh, like he's going to

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survive this, you know, and he
ran through the wind, but oh,

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this is Kanye, and so on so
forth. They're like to add that

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I happen to turn from different
but I mean, it's an amazing

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piece of art. I mean, like I
said, I think we're talking

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about four that's like, this is
like decades plus of footage I

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just went on. And my thing is
this the dude was the dude's

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name that was recorded, like,
how sad do you have to be to

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follow a man around and just
record his life for 20 years and

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disregard your own life? Like is
that Saturday? Is that

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commitment? I mean, it's
commitment, but it's not sad,

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because I mean, they ended up
being him and we're cootie and

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Chica they became directors. So
they directed Jesus walks they

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directed and Erykah Badu video,
they did a bunch of other stuff.

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So it wasn't like we put the
whole life on hold, I guess. I

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mean, he was like stand up comic
that she was working on. He's

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I'm just gonna rock with Kanye
because he Lola he gonna do big

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things. And he was right. I
could not be chose rolling.

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That's different, but he chose
right. But one thing that I

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don't I don't know if they've
been around from let's say,

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let's say the weights and
heartbreaks Conde forward. I

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have no idea. I mean, we're
gonna find out next week, but it

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seemed like there had to be a
time we didn't stop fucking with

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each other because these are
people like that new record

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everything going on. There's all
this crazy shit going on in your

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life. Like I don't think they
magically disappeared anatomy

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you know, I'm interested like,
from from that point forward.

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What happened to the
relationship Some had to fall

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apart because it's Konya time
you don't really get along with

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anybody I mean, he fuck with
Cuddy like that. And he,

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everybody he loves He beef,
which is super fucking weird.

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But this whole thing right here?
Nah, nah, like they're gonna get

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into something because this is
just too weird. There's nobody

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spent all the time with him and
he didn't like so this footage

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check some shit out something
else like that because not cuz

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it's a whole different Yeah. And
I want to know what their

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perspective is on it. But yeah,
tripping No. Oh my god. I'm not

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getting down to two because I'm
not buying a ton of fucking out

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of STEM player. What the fuck is
a stem player bro. So it's a

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device that basically any music
that kind of plays to it, you

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can edit it out. You can drop
the vocals you can just have the

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beat you can basically it's like
a music editor to a degree that

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you can make your own beach
curry makes it whatever song you

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put through it. So you can put
this album through there and

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preaching some bullshit like you
know, all these ownerships and

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so on and so forth. They're not
getting their proper feet. We're

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going we don't have to do it
this way. So you're trying to

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tell them to buy some $200 shit
that I don't know if they should

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Bluetooth or not. I don't know
if I can take the shit anywhere

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or do anything with it. To play
one fucking album. No,

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thank you. Nah, I stopped
falling for that scam. I stopped

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there's no reason to buy any his
shit at at the gap. I've never

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been a fan of them easy shoes. I
know people love them. Me

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personally. Not not really my
thing. And outside the hole you

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know him harassing his future ex
wife and her boyfriend thing

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it's super fucking weird to me.
But anything you don't people

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alone? Yes. Yeah. You know,
people fuck him up. She got

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issues. We know he got mental
issues. So he goes snap one day,

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you'll see him outside. Awesome.
So Pete the son of a firefighter

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who lost his life 911 Pete lived
a hard life Pete and I here for

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the shifts. Like you have to
hear our cool and funny because

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he's a comedian. You know, fuck
yeah. I'll tell you what. Peter

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smooth what was six three gay
like what? Five, six. Five Seven

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will fuck you up. Like I like a
whole thing like yo, because

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like I get it like when you just
talking to be talking but your

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own records in record and talk
about no. I better have security

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not other shit. And I'm like
dawg, I don't know we can run

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this feed right here which means
security but you need security

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not me. I didn't know by
protecting me. I'm not you know

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I'm not fighting a man who were
knee high boots. Nah, I ain't

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doing that shit. If I'm Pete I'm
like, Yo, look at your outfit

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man. You were here with fucking
waders on your feet I'm not

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doing any even run around in
them shits like you can't count

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you know you get it but it's the
hope that that's under the whole

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instance that you know I'm
running I didn't run it like cuz

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God likes it peace not saying
anything. Yay doing all the

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talking. Right? And if you
really feel this if you if you

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feel so passionate about your
girl, you come see me you could

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you know I'm with her. Yeah, but
Pete doing little doing little

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subtle shit like posting old SNL
clips when he's talking about

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Kanye or his Twitter he posts a
link to like a YouTube video

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that seems to be you know taking
jabs at kind he loves little

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subtle shit like that. I don't
know whether he's really taking

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shots at Kanye now. You're right
but the whole thing is that he

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could do that because as his
shit and he's a comedian, right?

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Yeah, is is just like just not
also be the act of records that

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you're performing right now.
Saying I love my wife and I'm

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going to beat the living shit
out of your boyfriend. And

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didn't he stops like no no don't
don't have no pecan harm. Yeah,

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like and like and now Kim trying
to use that in a divorce decree.

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And she's trying to use the
thing that Kanye tweeted and

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that posted Instagram and
divorce proceedings and Kanye is

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like well there's no proof of
that actually wrote that. I like

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seeing it doing the sucker shit
you meant that shit you delete

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it you meant that shit you eat
it i don't know I'm not a big

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like social media person myself
if I put something up I'm

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interested I'm not I've never
deleted anything I've ever

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written. If I if I put it there
I meant it. You check back and

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see what it is but I said what I
said at that time and I felt the

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way I felt people always take
some shit delete it delete it

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like it's already there people
are took screenshots of it like

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it's the internet like you don't
last forever that's how Nellie

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got his dick out there like he
had different couple seconds not

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a world knows don't do sucker
shit. No like said I missed Oh

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yeah, just this new this new
version. Stick it out to go.

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Yeah, like college dropout. Yay,
graduation. Yay. Not this

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Kardashian Shipman. What
happened? Your mind just kind of

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stopped me in college. I got his
first three albums and CDs. I

408
00:22:26,250 --> 00:22:28,710
got the physical CDs of his
first three albums, college

409
00:22:28,710 --> 00:22:31,920
dropout graduation. And what was
the other one? And registration

410
00:22:31,920 --> 00:22:34,260
document for you? I got those
three in my car somewhere and

411
00:22:34,260 --> 00:22:37,800
one of them. Oh, remember the CD
booklets you had. So this is an

412
00:22:37,830 --> 00:22:42,240
after that? Was after that like
the 808 top share whatever. I

413
00:22:42,240 --> 00:22:44,580
think I stopped at the Edo.
Yeah, that's when I stopped. I

414
00:22:44,580 --> 00:22:47,190
was like, Alright, this is
different. The by the time he's

415
00:22:47,190 --> 00:22:50,970
already rich, and you know, the
subject matter was like, and

416
00:22:50,970 --> 00:22:55,350
he's talking Well, yeah, I don't
know. Yeah, cuz it's. Yeah,

417
00:22:55,380 --> 00:22:59,310
yeah. So I'm lying a little bit.
I'm lying. I'm lying a little

418
00:22:59,310 --> 00:23:03,930
bit. I did dip back into it. I
did. Because dropouts 2000 for

419
00:23:03,930 --> 00:23:09,450
registration 2005 graduate in
2007 808 to 2008 So actually

420
00:23:09,450 --> 00:23:12,540
stop at the 2010 That was my
dark beautiful Twitter fantasy.

421
00:23:12,540 --> 00:23:16,500
I also have now that when I
stopped I like the job. Watch

422
00:23:16,500 --> 00:23:19,860
the throne with him in jail. I
was fucking with that. Yeah. And

423
00:23:19,860 --> 00:23:23,070
after that I was doing Yeah,
after that. Like, I don't know

424
00:23:23,070 --> 00:23:27,150
who this niggas is Jesus. Jesus
came down to yea Life of Pablo.

425
00:23:27,390 --> 00:23:30,060
So I probably stopped at the my
dark footprints. Like that's

426
00:23:30,360 --> 00:23:33,960
like that was the pinnacle of
kindness career then after that

427
00:23:33,960 --> 00:23:37,920
everything else is mad to me. I
wish I wish he did more, but I

428
00:23:37,920 --> 00:23:40,170
think kind of showed and in
order to call he just wanted to

429
00:23:40,170 --> 00:23:42,510
be more than a producer right?
But that was his thing. Like I

430
00:23:42,510 --> 00:23:47,070
don't want to just be this guy.
I want to be God knows what

431
00:23:47,250 --> 00:23:50,580
people I want to be something I
want to be a designer. I want to

432
00:23:50,580 --> 00:23:53,940
be a clothing artist. I want to
be designing shoes I want to his

433
00:23:53,940 --> 00:23:56,700
shirt that is core essence from
him being a rapper producer to

434
00:23:56,700 --> 00:23:58,860
him doing all this other shit.
And I think the thing that we

435
00:23:58,890 --> 00:24:01,980
love most about him that's
suffering. When you hear

436
00:24:01,980 --> 00:24:04,620
kindness. Are you really really,
really, really checking for

437
00:24:04,620 --> 00:24:08,130
Kanye verse. No, like, Are you
checking for Kanye verse like

438
00:24:08,130 --> 00:24:11,760
you would check for NAS verse or
Lauryn Hill? Or 3000 verse or

439
00:24:11,760 --> 00:24:12,750
requires that at

440
00:24:12,750 --> 00:24:17,010
all right. And even a production
is not like what it should be

441
00:24:17,040 --> 00:24:20,370
like it should piss me like I
thought that album that he did

442
00:24:20,370 --> 00:24:23,850
he did with Nas was supposed to
be fire. It wasn't a subpar

443
00:24:23,910 --> 00:24:26,310
there's a lot of things that
wasn't there. But yeah, I don't

444
00:24:26,310 --> 00:24:28,560
want to spend too much time on
Kanye, man. I'm done with him. I

445
00:24:28,560 --> 00:24:31,800
know you're done. Oh, fuck.
Well, we you know what we

446
00:24:31,800 --> 00:24:36,150
haven't spoken about though. Was
the James Harden trade. Because

447
00:24:36,150 --> 00:24:38,670
you know how I feel about him.
He's one of my all time most

448
00:24:38,670 --> 00:24:42,150
hated players. And I feel like
he's soft. He's a pussy. And he

449
00:24:42,150 --> 00:24:44,370
got a he got traded and he got
traded for another cat that I

450
00:24:44,370 --> 00:24:47,040
think is soft and pussy. But
let's take a quick break and

451
00:24:47,040 --> 00:24:50,700
we'll get back to that and go
check out the culture dot one.

452
00:24:51,000 --> 00:24:59,460
Number three What's everyone's
saying about the culture

453
00:24:59,460 --> 00:25:03,030
podcast? Hey are live all the
time, man. I love y'all man.

454
00:25:03,030 --> 00:25:05,760
Y'all always play the music man.
Love man. Listen, my whole

455
00:25:05,760 --> 00:25:08,850
family loves it, man. It's the
only podcast I listen to. We'll

456
00:25:08,850 --> 00:25:14,400
be right back. Yeah, yeah. They
represent a culture that

457
00:25:14,400 --> 00:25:21,240
represent like, the culture
podcast. Yeah. So for the second

458
00:25:21,240 --> 00:25:26,490
time in the last year, James
Harden, whines, complain bitches

459
00:25:26,520 --> 00:25:30,210
and forces his way out of
another team, and a team that he

460
00:25:30,240 --> 00:25:35,190
forced his way into. He forced
his way out of Houston to the

461
00:25:35,190 --> 00:25:38,190
nets. He ain't like the way
things was going with the nets,

462
00:25:38,220 --> 00:25:41,160
the Rams always her Kyrios can't
play because he's not he doesn't

463
00:25:41,160 --> 00:25:44,250
want to get vaccinated. So he
forced his way out of there. And

464
00:25:44,250 --> 00:25:46,530
so he always wanted to be in
Philly. So now he's in Philly.

465
00:25:46,890 --> 00:25:50,520
And they look good. But where
does it stop, bro? Where does

466
00:25:50,520 --> 00:25:52,500
the league just puts his foot
down and be like, I'm man.

467
00:25:52,590 --> 00:25:55,410
Enough. That is bullshit. The
next collective bargaining

468
00:25:55,410 --> 00:25:59,370
agreement, because come on, bro.
The only one no one is going to

469
00:25:59,460 --> 00:26:03,180
put all this shit out next time
you open books, man. No, no, no,

470
00:26:03,180 --> 00:26:06,150
no, no, you sign these contracts
for 40 million a year. And then

471
00:26:06,150 --> 00:26:08,340
you have the right to like just
pick and choose where you want

472
00:26:08,340 --> 00:26:10,830
to get traded to and complain
and not play. Like I don't want

473
00:26:10,830 --> 00:26:13,140
to play my wrist hurt. So he
didn't even play for the last

474
00:26:13,140 --> 00:26:15,660
few weeks that he was with the
nets. Goes to filling he looks

475
00:26:15,660 --> 00:26:19,500
100% Perfect. Looks fine.
Dropping triple triple doubles

476
00:26:19,500 --> 00:26:22,710
and shit. He just met treadmill
so fast and got his life sorted

477
00:26:22,710 --> 00:26:26,310
out. He's like, I'm good. We are
fine. But the whole thing with

478
00:26:26,310 --> 00:26:29,130
that. It's like, they earned
this power and they're using it

479
00:26:29,220 --> 00:26:31,950
the way they should. Because
before you couldn't go anywhere.

480
00:26:32,610 --> 00:26:35,070
That was the whole thing people
like you know, this guy stuck

481
00:26:35,070 --> 00:26:38,490
with his career the whole team
and he was just one team done

482
00:26:38,700 --> 00:26:41,640
all those years he played and
will fucking choice like free

483
00:26:41,640 --> 00:26:44,610
agency wasn't popping like that.
Like even when it happened. He

484
00:26:44,610 --> 00:26:47,880
saw Pat got the fuck out of here
and pass New York icon he saw

485
00:26:47,880 --> 00:26:51,390
what Orlando? Yeah, like the
guys move. You want to move? You

486
00:26:51,390 --> 00:26:54,690
don't really want to you want to
have somebody dictate the terms?

487
00:26:55,050 --> 00:26:56,910
Yeah, but the whole thing is,
like, I understand like, it's a

488
00:26:56,910 --> 00:26:59,820
trade, but it's two parties.
Like, you can't complain about

489
00:26:59,820 --> 00:27:03,390
the player. Like what now?
Another team has to say yes. If

490
00:27:03,390 --> 00:27:05,610
the owners really didn't want to
do but we're not doing anything

491
00:27:05,610 --> 00:27:07,890
for these players. He's your
problem. Stay there. No. They

492
00:27:07,890 --> 00:27:11,370
say like, no, he can help us.
Send them here. So that's what

493
00:27:11,370 --> 00:27:14,400
it is. It's it's a two way
street. So you can't complain

494
00:27:14,400 --> 00:27:16,320
about the players like moving
around. Like they got to be

495
00:27:16,320 --> 00:27:19,230
accepted by the other team. That
other team doesn't have to make

496
00:27:19,230 --> 00:27:21,510
that deal. Like, this is our
headache. This is our problem.

497
00:27:21,780 --> 00:27:24,090
We're all only if you want to
really collude and get together

498
00:27:24,090 --> 00:27:26,040
like if you sign a guy, you got
to stick with them. Whatever.

499
00:27:26,040 --> 00:27:28,260
We're not treating nobody
nowhere then that's it. But

500
00:27:28,290 --> 00:27:31,410
these things happen. Like in the
whole idea is that you want to

501
00:27:31,410 --> 00:27:34,410
win. That's why James Harden
ended up in Brooklyn. But then

502
00:27:34,440 --> 00:27:38,580
what COVID And Kyrie been some
fucking space cadet, and then

503
00:27:38,580 --> 00:27:41,700
Katie getting hurt and other key
players can hurt didn't quite

504
00:27:41,700 --> 00:27:44,550
work out. I think he should have
stayed. I think those three guys

505
00:27:44,550 --> 00:27:46,680
together probably would have
been keeping the championship

506
00:27:46,680 --> 00:27:50,070
but the shit happens. But like I
said, player empowerment can go

507
00:27:50,070 --> 00:27:52,860
wrong too. That's why the Lakers
all fucked up could have treated

508
00:27:52,920 --> 00:27:55,200
everything in the world to get
Russell Westbrook and Anthony

509
00:27:55,200 --> 00:27:58,560
Davis and everybody being a
playing game. He got maybe the

510
00:27:58,680 --> 00:28:02,220
one of the three or four best
players of all time. A powerful

511
00:28:02,280 --> 00:28:06,900
no two of the guys who made the
NBA top 75 Two of them somehow

512
00:28:06,900 --> 00:28:09,570
you might be in a playing game
playing I don't think I

513
00:28:09,570 --> 00:28:13,560
understand how much I really
dislike a James Harden bro. I do

514
00:28:13,560 --> 00:28:16,050
you call him a bitch all the
time. Like if you're as good as

515
00:28:16,050 --> 00:28:19,830
you think you are. People say
you are like maybe every team

516
00:28:19,830 --> 00:28:21,990
you go to doesn't work out.
Maybe you're part of the

517
00:28:21,990 --> 00:28:25,470
problem, bro. Like how many Hall
of Famers do you have to go play

518
00:28:25,470 --> 00:28:28,740
with before you realize that
you're the fucking problem? Has

519
00:28:28,740 --> 00:28:31,380
anybody played besides LeBron
has anybody played with more

520
00:28:31,380 --> 00:28:34,680
Hall of Famers without winning
than then James Harden? He's

521
00:28:34,680 --> 00:28:36,990
played with Westbrook. He's
played with Melo. He's played

522
00:28:36,990 --> 00:28:39,510
with Dwight Howard he's played
with Durant twice he's played

523
00:28:39,510 --> 00:28:43,260
with Kyrie now he's playing with
unburied Chris Paul. Chris Paul.

524
00:28:43,500 --> 00:28:46,080
was Chris Paul. If you don't win
with Chris everybody wins with

525
00:28:46,080 --> 00:28:49,710
fucking Chris Paul. Remember
they had Chris Paul they traded

526
00:28:49,770 --> 00:28:54,300
Russell Westbrook they made that
swap that's how you end up in

527
00:28:54,630 --> 00:28:59,670
OKC being left OKC to go how
many super in Germany to go play

528
00:28:59,670 --> 00:29:03,480
with bro and lose before you
bitch and complain I was not

529
00:29:03,480 --> 00:29:05,940
working out let me go to another
one. He might end up with

530
00:29:05,940 --> 00:29:07,080
fucking LeBron next year

531
00:29:07,320 --> 00:29:11,340
somewhere like now but the
reason it differs now the reason

532
00:29:11,340 --> 00:29:13,410
different now boy anything else
that right now he's got to start

533
00:29:13,410 --> 00:29:18,060
a team good in like in beads in
Ibiza number right if you don't

534
00:29:18,060 --> 00:29:20,430
work out with James they'll get
James the fuck out so fast and

535
00:29:20,430 --> 00:29:22,590
bees in the morning that team to
other teams he was the number

536
00:29:22,590 --> 00:29:25,050
one and then I just want to
create he's not and he didn't

537
00:29:25,050 --> 00:29:26,970
want to be the number one in
Brooklyn that's why he found one

538
00:29:26,970 --> 00:29:30,180
of the main reasons or the only
reason that I hated the net so

539
00:29:30,180 --> 00:29:32,070
much as I do it's because of
those three guys because of

540
00:29:32,070 --> 00:29:34,260
heart and because of Korea
because of the rest okay, so

541
00:29:34,260 --> 00:29:38,010
they trade one of them. But then
they trade them for another

542
00:29:38,010 --> 00:29:42,630
fucking guy I hate they trade
them for another soft pussy and

543
00:29:42,630 --> 00:29:45,210
look man I don't want to I'm not
making fun of people that have

544
00:29:45,210 --> 00:29:48,300
mental illnesses or depression
issues like I'm not taking that

545
00:29:48,300 --> 00:29:51,420
lightly This is silly I know its
existence serious shit. But the

546
00:29:51,570 --> 00:29:54,330
the level of softness that
exists in these fucking players

547
00:29:54,330 --> 00:29:57,060
in these athletes today, bro. So
you trade hard and then you get

548
00:29:57,060 --> 00:29:59,310
you bring back Ben Simmons that
we have no idea when he's gonna

549
00:29:59,310 --> 00:30:02,430
play because it hasn't played in
a year and they're saying he

550
00:30:02,430 --> 00:30:04,260
can't play when they play
against the Phillies because if

551
00:30:04,260 --> 00:30:07,710
they boo him you know I'm saying
my breakdown you know I'm saying

552
00:30:08,760 --> 00:30:12,000
too much pressure if he plays
his old Yeah, you got put it you

553
00:30:12,000 --> 00:30:14,490
got you got put that in show
notes I want to see that. Like,

554
00:30:14,520 --> 00:30:18,990
I plan for these. I'm a cry
like, like I'll solve broke how

555
00:30:18,990 --> 00:30:22,290
solved you got to be man. And if
you have mental illnesses then

556
00:30:22,530 --> 00:30:25,170
then leave you got to quit you
know I'm gonna go get go go get

557
00:30:25,200 --> 00:30:28,950
help and therapy. You know the
team has a right to Nolan void

558
00:30:28,950 --> 00:30:31,770
your contract so you can go work
on yourself. You know, I'm

559
00:30:31,770 --> 00:30:34,080
saying but now you're getting
paid to just sit on a bench and

560
00:30:34,080 --> 00:30:36,630
say like, I'm not ready. Or I
don't want to play with these

561
00:30:36,630 --> 00:30:39,090
guys because they said mean
things about me. Like really

562
00:30:39,090 --> 00:30:43,110
man. Like this is what we come
down to. That's the way it goes.

563
00:30:43,230 --> 00:30:45,780
You think like I said James
Harden had a hamstring issue for

564
00:30:45,810 --> 00:30:49,290
for a couple of weeks. He did
treat a hamstring and never been

565
00:30:49,290 --> 00:30:52,230
better. He said his wrist hurt.
He was great with shooting

566
00:30:52,230 --> 00:30:55,890
jumpers flicking that wrist like
nothing bad back. Right back to

567
00:30:55,890 --> 00:30:58,890
it. And I think the thing would
been if it hadn't been to help,

568
00:30:58,890 --> 00:31:01,950
but I think it's more of a
crisis of conscience. And like I

569
00:31:01,950 --> 00:31:04,890
said it when you know it's
different when someone tears you

570
00:31:04,890 --> 00:31:07,980
down privately. When someone
tells you not publicly, then the

571
00:31:07,980 --> 00:31:11,100
whole world sees it. That's what
fucks with you. Like the whole

572
00:31:11,100 --> 00:31:16,020
thing is like, Ben is still in
Philly. And James is more than

573
00:31:16,020 --> 00:31:21,360
likely still in Brooklyn. If Ben
just attempts to make that dunk.

574
00:31:21,390 --> 00:31:25,200
Yeah, if he doesn't pass that
ball. He's still there. So it

575
00:31:25,200 --> 00:31:29,880
really is one fucking moment. At
Ben. Ben goes up. He gets fouled

576
00:31:29,880 --> 00:31:33,060
by my tree young. It's fine. If
you dunk someone for young it's

577
00:31:33,060 --> 00:31:36,090
fine. But at least he did it the
fact that he didn't do it, you

578
00:31:36,090 --> 00:31:38,580
know and actually bring them to
the thing that I laughed my ass

579
00:31:38,580 --> 00:31:41,460
off the most yesterday I was
reading through and someone put

580
00:31:41,460 --> 00:31:45,600
like James Harden has tied Ben
Simmons on an all time career 76

581
00:31:45,600 --> 00:31:49,620
is three pointless been made
five of his entire career. James

582
00:31:49,620 --> 00:31:52,650
three, five in that game, any
tie, like that's the problem.

583
00:31:52,650 --> 00:31:55,470
He's asked, don't shoot. I can't
have like, you do everything

584
00:31:55,470 --> 00:31:57,990
else. Well, on the next he's
gonna be perfect cuz he's gonna

585
00:31:57,990 --> 00:32:00,810
be a super sized version of
Draymond Green. But the problem

586
00:32:00,810 --> 00:32:03,420
is that at least Dre mom will
take that three you might break

587
00:32:03,420 --> 00:32:07,710
ship he gonna try. Finn don't
even fucking try at all. No, and

588
00:32:08,070 --> 00:32:11,070
that's just painful, painful.
It's my fall apart like that.

589
00:32:11,100 --> 00:32:13,470
I've been pissed off too, but
it's gonna work in Brooklyn.

590
00:32:14,010 --> 00:32:15,900
It's gonna work in Philly, too,
which is the weird thing. It's

591
00:32:15,900 --> 00:32:19,170
one of those trades I think both
teams won. But depending on you

592
00:32:19,170 --> 00:32:21,360
know, I mean, who could come
back healthy that I feel like

593
00:32:21,360 --> 00:32:24,450
the Sixers are probably a better
team right now. I think the net

594
00:32:24,480 --> 00:32:28,290
it still depends on a COVID
Mandell. Yeah, I think it's kind

595
00:32:28,290 --> 00:32:31,650
of the main thing. And like if,
if they lift at the mass thing

596
00:32:31,650 --> 00:32:34,680
and New York and COVID-19
everywhere, you're the vaccine

597
00:32:34,680 --> 00:32:37,680
stocks are probably the vaccine
mandate, and then character play

598
00:32:37,680 --> 00:32:40,860
everywhere. And yeah, I think
that that's gonna be scary.

599
00:32:41,190 --> 00:32:43,290
Especially with Joe Harris
coming back later, but who the

600
00:32:43,290 --> 00:32:47,130
hell knows? I hope so. But I got
no idea. I don't know, man. I

601
00:32:47,130 --> 00:32:50,400
think we just need to do a whole
episode of this. Just me let me

602
00:32:50,400 --> 00:32:54,570
rant about the softness, the
mental softness, and the

603
00:32:54,570 --> 00:32:57,120
physical softness of these
players and athletes today, man

604
00:32:57,150 --> 00:33:01,740
fuck, but I will put this shit
on mute for 10 minutes. You can

605
00:33:01,740 --> 00:33:04,410
take whatever you like, I'm
gonna stop you because I've sent

606
00:33:04,440 --> 00:33:06,750
us I said people pick when I
have these arguments with people

607
00:33:06,750 --> 00:33:09,360
like on Twitter or whatever.
Like I'll send them pictures of

608
00:33:09,360 --> 00:33:12,600
old Patrick Ewing footage. When
he's like wrapped up like a

609
00:33:12,600 --> 00:33:15,000
mummy and Ben for the Knicks and
still playing remember them

610
00:33:15,000 --> 00:33:17,880
days. When both his knees was
shot his elbows everything's

611
00:33:17,880 --> 00:33:21,000
shot, his hands is messed up. He
looked like a mummy. He looked

612
00:33:21,000 --> 00:33:24,450
like something out of a horror
man. Why aren't people on

613
00:33:24,450 --> 00:33:28,830
Twitter? Because I do that. That
fucking adult man stopped doing

614
00:33:28,830 --> 00:33:32,400
that shit. All day long. He
didn't hear my voice especially

615
00:33:32,400 --> 00:33:33,630
Jeff DeLaRosa: the young
motherfuckers I'll be arguing

616
00:33:33,630 --> 00:33:36,570
with them. 20 year old these Gen
Z because they don't understand

617
00:33:36,570 --> 00:33:39,360
bro. They don't understand they
think like that anything that

618
00:33:39,360 --> 00:33:42,270
happened before they time is
irrelevant or didn't exist. And

619
00:33:42,270 --> 00:33:44,880
I'll be trying to tell them like
no motherfucker. Michael Jordan

620
00:33:44,880 --> 00:33:46,890
is the goat now the bronze PCs.

621
00:33:47,490 --> 00:33:49,980
Jeff and Ant: You know, I'm
saying you know, you're going

622
00:33:49,980 --> 00:33:53,430
oh, man thing right by right.
That's fine. Back in my day, you

623
00:33:53,430 --> 00:33:59,820
know, back in my day. Back
everyone with a little old time.

624
00:33:59,820 --> 00:34:02,970
So it sounds like it's a great
thing to like, back in my day.

625
00:34:03,270 --> 00:34:08,160
We had to take five miles walk
to school. Five miles walk back,

626
00:34:08,340 --> 00:34:12,510
and it was snowing. And it was
pitbulls and it was dogs in the

627
00:34:12,510 --> 00:34:15,090
poll is shooting at up all right
all right. All right. All right.

628
00:34:15,120 --> 00:34:19,020
Look, for one Calm the fuck down
to you're making a bigger than

629
00:34:19,020 --> 00:34:22,620
what it actually is three. I
need you to relax on the tone

630
00:34:22,620 --> 00:34:25,740
and what you are talking to me
right now. But he's a good fit.

631
00:34:25,740 --> 00:34:27,990
They will tell you how great it
was back in the day. Like y'all

632
00:34:27,990 --> 00:34:32,790
didn't have the internet. Y'all
have DoorDash Yeah. How do we

633
00:34:32,790 --> 00:34:35,340
got we figured it out and we
figured it out. Life was sweet,

634
00:34:35,490 --> 00:34:38,070
even without all those amenities
that we have today and call them

635
00:34:38,070 --> 00:34:42,270
amenities. I hate these
amenities amenities suck. And

636
00:34:42,270 --> 00:34:45,030
that's the problem with people
getting so all these fucking

637
00:34:45,030 --> 00:34:48,030
kids and stuff because they got
all these amenities. Oh, we all

638
00:34:48,030 --> 00:34:50,760
just blame amenities now that
was handed to you fucking

639
00:34:50,760 --> 00:34:53,100
everything is literally handed
to you curbside now is that what

640
00:34:53,100 --> 00:34:56,040
it is? No, because the whole
thing is that the generation

641
00:34:56,040 --> 00:34:58,590
before it was made easy for the
generation after but the whole

642
00:34:58,590 --> 00:35:00,630
thing that they still should
have the same work ethic it

643
00:35:00,630 --> 00:35:03,390
makes the generation after
easier because I got the same

644
00:35:03,390 --> 00:35:07,140
hard driven focus ethic that I
learned from hands down from

645
00:35:07,320 --> 00:35:10,770
family member to family member.
It gets lost. My fingers don't

646
00:35:10,770 --> 00:35:13,530
work as hard to use it. I'm
saying you sitting at a desk and

647
00:35:13,530 --> 00:35:15,630
you're not working in the field
or driving a truck or doing

648
00:35:15,630 --> 00:35:18,330
something manual but you can
still work hard. There's fucking

649
00:35:18,330 --> 00:35:21,270
give up on that fat. Then we're
like why did people lazy because

650
00:35:21,270 --> 00:35:24,630
like you drilled it out and you
made life easy for him? Like

651
00:35:24,690 --> 00:35:27,330
come on, man. Seriously, when is
the last time you actually got

652
00:35:27,360 --> 00:35:32,190
up from your couch to go to the
TV and turn it off? Oh shit. You

653
00:35:32,190 --> 00:35:34,800
gotta think about it. I was
probably little though I don't

654
00:35:34,800 --> 00:35:38,850
think once a week I do that once
a week I really get up and walk

655
00:35:38,850 --> 00:35:41,280
from the couch and go over to TV
and turn it off you go over to

656
00:35:41,280 --> 00:35:43,590
where though? I don't even know
what that button would be on on

657
00:35:43,590 --> 00:35:47,190
the TV look at you. You're
entitled motherfucker like I

658
00:35:47,190 --> 00:35:49,950
don't know what a button that I
have no idea how you turn it off

659
00:35:49,980 --> 00:35:52,620
I know cuz I know what a buck
cuz I turn the fucking TV on TVs

660
00:35:52,620 --> 00:35:57,870
actually turn it off my hands.
Yes. They have the power on

661
00:35:57,870 --> 00:36:01,620
button and the power off button.
Oh TVs but shoe Yeah, I get that

662
00:36:01,680 --> 00:36:03,600
I go in there press the button
to turn it off. There's

663
00:36:03,600 --> 00:36:05,910
something new every day. I sound
like them Gen Z motherfuckers

664
00:36:05,910 --> 00:36:09,360
donor to now you just the ones
you mentioned my son like like

665
00:36:09,360 --> 00:36:12,630
how did you do that? You turn it
off. Like like your loot like go

666
00:36:12,630 --> 00:36:15,960
lose your shit. The baddest
remote guy but oh my god, how do

667
00:36:15,960 --> 00:36:18,900
we turn by pressing a goddamn
button on this right down in

668
00:36:18,900 --> 00:36:22,080
front of it. Like you can
literally turn the channel of

669
00:36:22,080 --> 00:36:25,110
your television or the buttons
on the TV and the cable box or

670
00:36:25,110 --> 00:36:27,660
whatever, right there. Who's
gonna do that though? Like why

671
00:36:27,660 --> 00:36:30,810
would you do that? Because I
want to make sure I'm not

672
00:36:30,810 --> 00:36:35,190
fucking lazy. With a button that
you have a TV I'm gonna I'm

673
00:36:35,190 --> 00:36:36,870
gonna need you to I'm gonna need
you to record yourself doing

674
00:36:36,870 --> 00:36:42,210
this. I need to see this. Right
here like it's right on on my

675
00:36:42,240 --> 00:36:44,970
it's on the left side the
antenna to when you get there.

676
00:36:45,570 --> 00:36:48,150
She ain't got no antenna, but I
know how to hook the antenna up

677
00:36:48,150 --> 00:36:52,860
to it. I do. Because I like you.
Motherfuckers I am smart. Okay,

678
00:36:52,920 --> 00:36:55,830
all this shit my phone though. I
need to get your millennial. I'm

679
00:36:55,830 --> 00:36:58,590
gonna do me a favor. I need to
pick up I need to pick a number

680
00:36:58,590 --> 00:37:04,890
from one through 100 Cuz I
downloaded it yesterday so 96 Of

681
00:37:04,890 --> 00:37:08,100
course. I thought you'd pick one
index one the title okay, but it

682
00:37:08,100 --> 00:37:12,330
was in playoffs. Next. Not
because I downloaded a whole

683
00:37:12,330 --> 00:37:17,700
deck to my phone. So you don't
play one gotta go for that. I'm

684
00:37:17,700 --> 00:37:21,570
going to give you four choices.
One gotta go. The one is has the

685
00:37:21,570 --> 00:37:27,180
store the store closes once you
get there. Buffering ads. Oh

686
00:37:27,180 --> 00:37:32,640
shit. Or can't remember login
info. And I hate all of them.

687
00:37:32,670 --> 00:37:35,280
You know the funny the funny
part. This is real millennial

688
00:37:35,280 --> 00:37:38,220
question and you pick this night
is 96 Does it like say it's

689
00:37:38,220 --> 00:37:40,680
random? It's right here. Right?
And you talk about all these

690
00:37:40,680 --> 00:37:42,510
millennials. That's the most
millennial asked question ever.

691
00:37:42,570 --> 00:37:45,810
Oh my God, my screen is slow.
Like you ever had dial up

692
00:37:45,810 --> 00:37:47,700
motherfucker. You had to wait
for somebody to get off my

693
00:37:47,730 --> 00:37:51,750
phone. Yeah, no, I'll hit them
by no buffering. You have almost

694
00:37:51,750 --> 00:37:54,330
downloaded all the biggest
albums someone pick up the phone

695
00:37:54,450 --> 00:37:57,630
and they connect they go start
always from again on Limewire or

696
00:37:57,630 --> 00:38:01,980
bear share or whatever it is.
Like we had to OG title we had

697
00:38:01,980 --> 00:38:05,490
to OG Spotify. We had to go
jakka album from Russia and

698
00:38:05,490 --> 00:38:13,080
shit. So yes, it served us some
goats but we had to get a grip I

699
00:38:13,080 --> 00:38:15,450
used to get we used to get I
used to get cease and desist

700
00:38:15,450 --> 00:38:19,350
letters from fucking FrostWire
Limewire download music muffins

701
00:38:19,350 --> 00:38:22,500
will send a letter in the mail
like yo stop pirating my shit

702
00:38:22,680 --> 00:38:26,040
I'm like oh she's like delete
them app so quick. you've

703
00:38:26,040 --> 00:38:31,020
downloaded every raucous record
ever please shot like my bad I

704
00:38:31,020 --> 00:38:35,250
know right back to it I noticed
was illegal Yeah, you always

705
00:38:35,250 --> 00:38:37,710
played dumb with them but they
let go float on internet some

706
00:38:37,710 --> 00:38:41,580
other shit and so like I said we
live in today but everyone like

707
00:38:41,580 --> 00:38:44,430
stressing about like they got
800 channels they never had an

708
00:38:44,430 --> 00:38:45,720
illegal cable box or we had

709
00:38:45,720 --> 00:38:48,480
them oh is that they WhatsApp
the share right in the middle of

710
00:38:48,480 --> 00:38:52,230
a pay per view to ship start?
Talk? That's good. We live

711
00:38:52,410 --> 00:38:55,980
streaming laka still here Do I
still hear it though? Like the

712
00:38:55,980 --> 00:38:58,980
goddess the goddess Damn the
Goddess. They play but I think I

713
00:38:58,980 --> 00:39:01,050
think Tasha just hit him with
the left in the third round like

714
00:39:01,230 --> 00:39:03,900
you're tuning in. But that's
what I don't understand what

715
00:39:03,900 --> 00:39:06,210
people complain about the
complacency of softens the ship

716
00:39:06,210 --> 00:39:09,900
we made ourselves this way. Only
we can change it. But we got to

717
00:39:09,900 --> 00:39:11,880
go back to like be like do we
gotta go back to beating the

718
00:39:11,880 --> 00:39:14,520
shit of our kids bro. I think I
think that's one of the answers.

719
00:39:15,240 --> 00:39:17,970
Hey, that should work for
parents. So we came out just

720
00:39:17,970 --> 00:39:22,050
fine. No fucking did Are we
being there? Then it was nuts. I

721
00:39:22,050 --> 00:39:26,010
mean, we're fine can't be
success into somebody you can't

722
00:39:26,010 --> 00:39:28,890
be successful not talking about
being success into them. But you

723
00:39:28,890 --> 00:39:31,860
could be character into them and
shit like that. Toughness,

724
00:39:31,890 --> 00:39:35,100
mental toughness, physical
toughness. No, you just tell

725
00:39:35,100 --> 00:39:39,510
them do that shit again. No, he
would again. Do it again. I tell

726
00:39:39,510 --> 00:39:41,730
you that you don't tell your
son. You come in on fall on

727
00:39:41,730 --> 00:39:44,160
crime got to come right. We're
gonna write to him. Like, let

728
00:39:44,160 --> 00:39:48,780
his ass cry. He'll be fine. Let
him cry. Oh, yeah. Okay, Sunday.

729
00:39:49,050 --> 00:39:52,980
Bullshit. No, we're talking
about lucky slept on the floor

730
00:39:52,980 --> 00:39:56,520
somewhere. I tried to cry. I
remember I was in a supermarket.

731
00:39:56,550 --> 00:39:59,790
Me and my brother, my mother.
And it was I came up with

732
00:39:59,790 --> 00:40:03,660
something Fucking cereal that I
wanted some cereal. And for some

733
00:40:03,660 --> 00:40:06,150
reason I decided I don't want to
fucking fit squat fold on the

734
00:40:06,150 --> 00:40:09,510
store. My mother turned around
looked at me on the ground and

735
00:40:09,510 --> 00:40:13,260
literally kept pushing the cart.
I was moved to three minutes

736
00:40:13,260 --> 00:40:17,010
crying and then I got up stop
crying she was mad she was in

737
00:40:17,010 --> 00:40:19,170
some other I'm walking around
the store some shit trying to

738
00:40:19,170 --> 00:40:21,930
find her. She like you know what
the prospects you know, do the

739
00:40:21,930 --> 00:40:25,680
shit again as you like Nope. And
I held a little cart Walkman the

740
00:40:25,680 --> 00:40:28,560
rest of the way. That's mentally
tough. Like when we telling kids

741
00:40:28,560 --> 00:40:31,260
you're not gonna play. Y'all be
I'll be playing with this kid

742
00:40:31,260 --> 00:40:34,050
jockey telling us Austin's a
savage. Don't do this. No,

743
00:40:34,140 --> 00:40:36,630
Mother ain't got time for this
shipment. Because they'll be

744
00:40:36,630 --> 00:40:38,550
like, yeah, we're trying to like
pamper these kids and so on and

745
00:40:38,550 --> 00:40:41,520
so forth like that, but like,
you know, I'm scared so I'm

746
00:40:41,520 --> 00:40:44,520
gonna have to like no, you're
not allowing nothing to happen.

747
00:40:44,580 --> 00:40:47,700
You blocking everything that
happened like, like kids fall

748
00:40:47,700 --> 00:40:50,850
down. Like that's why we have
scabs on our knees and elbows

749
00:40:50,850 --> 00:40:53,760
and shit because we just fall we
didn't we didn't run us out like

750
00:40:53,760 --> 00:40:56,640
mom clean it up. We kept fucking
getting cut and kept getting

751
00:40:56,640 --> 00:41:00,120
hurt and kept on playing. It's
not beating kids is going to

752
00:41:00,120 --> 00:41:02,670
solve anything is actually
letting them be who they're

753
00:41:02,670 --> 00:41:06,120
going to be but guiding them. If
like I said, when when your son

754
00:41:06,120 --> 00:41:08,370
does that shit. And I tell you
just let us ask Craig looking at

755
00:41:08,370 --> 00:41:10,230
me. Oh, Chris, like, trust me
because I think it's good for

756
00:41:10,230 --> 00:41:12,300
him. Like, what's it going to
solve? Because all the things

757
00:41:12,300 --> 00:41:14,850
that happened that every time I
get hurt, or every time

758
00:41:14,850 --> 00:41:17,700
something happens every time
something doesn't go my way? I'm

759
00:41:17,700 --> 00:41:20,010
going to cry. And what's going
to happen is that you're going

760
00:41:20,010 --> 00:41:22,410
to run out to me and make
everything okay? Life Don't

761
00:41:22,410 --> 00:41:24,990
fucking work that way. Later.
Fuck there, figure out what

762
00:41:24,990 --> 00:41:27,600
you're doing to bring gas back
over here. Then you can go get

763
00:41:27,600 --> 00:41:29,610
the popsicle, but when I say you
can have this malfunction right

764
00:41:29,610 --> 00:41:36,840
now. You can't. And it can't let
him stay the fucking ground. All

765
00:41:36,840 --> 00:41:40,980
right. Hey, did just just crying
cuz they want to fucking

766
00:41:40,980 --> 00:41:43,410
popsicle but no, no, here you
go. Stop. Stop pandering the

767
00:41:43,410 --> 00:41:46,860
kids gotta beat him. You don't
have to beat him. I don't have a

768
00:41:46,860 --> 00:41:49,260
fucking friend. That sounds like
mental abuse. So I'm not

769
00:41:49,260 --> 00:41:52,740
condoning this, by the way if
the Feds show up at your door,

770
00:41:53,250 --> 00:41:56,430
but what you said, but you're
like beat him. Isn't that fair?

771
00:41:57,180 --> 00:42:04,020
Isn't that a crime? But anyway,
what's your go to school? Left

772
00:42:04,020 --> 00:42:07,290
hook? You want to clean it up or
cut? Like, you're gonna talk

773
00:42:07,290 --> 00:42:09,420
about me and mental abuse. But
you can take a swing at him.

774
00:42:09,540 --> 00:42:12,150
Cool. Well, on both sides of a
coin. It's all right. Yeah, this

775
00:42:12,150 --> 00:42:17,520
is the last week of Black
History Month. So I got two

776
00:42:17,520 --> 00:42:21,600
quotes today. And with two
different quotes. They better be

777
00:42:21,600 --> 00:42:25,140
gay. Good. All right. The first
one is from Shirley Chisholm,

778
00:42:25,170 --> 00:42:29,760
who is the first black woman to
be elected to Congress. And 68.

779
00:42:29,760 --> 00:42:33,660
And she ran for president in 72.
Correct. And she said, unless we

780
00:42:33,660 --> 00:42:36,210
start to fight and defeat the
enemies in our own country,

781
00:42:36,300 --> 00:42:39,540
poverty and racism, and make our
talk of equality and opportunity

782
00:42:39,540 --> 00:42:44,010
ring true. We are exposed in the
eyes of the world as hypocrites

783
00:42:44,040 --> 00:42:47,640
when we talk about making people
free. I like that.

784
00:42:47,670 --> 00:42:51,480
Okay, good. And then finally,
it's weird that we're we're in a

785
00:42:51,480 --> 00:42:54,750
kind of war time. Right? Kind of
rings. True. Yeah. And then my

786
00:42:54,750 --> 00:42:59,670
favorite poet of all time is
Maya Angelou. She said, bringing

787
00:42:59,670 --> 00:43:04,200
the gifts that my ancestors gave
I am the dream and the hope of

788
00:43:04,200 --> 00:43:09,840
the slave. I rise. I rise. I
rise. Tell him I'm not leaving

789
00:43:09,840 --> 00:43:12,810
yet. We're not leaving it. And
we can't we got to kind of end

790
00:43:12,810 --> 00:43:17,580
this off on a somber note.
Right? So we did. Yesterday

791
00:43:17,670 --> 00:43:22,680
would have been the 10th
anniversary of Trayvon Martin's

792
00:43:22,680 --> 00:43:27,240
death. Yes. And Kimberly, we
mentioned, it's so weird that

793
00:43:27,240 --> 00:43:29,820
it's this is 10 years already.
We were talking about this

794
00:43:29,820 --> 00:43:33,210
yesterday, actually. And an
extra nine years. I could have

795
00:43:33,210 --> 00:43:35,640
sworn it was like three years
only like three or four. No, no.

796
00:43:36,030 --> 00:43:40,080
And I was like, yes, yes, it is.
10 years. That's amazing. If

797
00:43:40,080 --> 00:43:43,530
he's alive, you'd have been 27
years old today. That's No, no,

798
00:43:43,560 --> 00:43:48,300
no. No, he would have been 27
Cuz he died. 1727 28. Right. But

799
00:43:48,300 --> 00:43:52,200
like I said, we run into the
situation in regards to violence

800
00:43:52,200 --> 00:43:54,780
amongst people of color so
often, that we kind of lose

801
00:43:54,780 --> 00:43:56,760
track of it. Like that felt like
three years ago, and it's

802
00:43:56,760 --> 00:44:00,330
actually a whole decade. Like
LeBron was in Miami. That's

803
00:44:00,330 --> 00:44:05,100
crazy, bro. Yeah, so long time.
And you gotta wonder where from

804
00:44:05,100 --> 00:44:08,310
that point to now like what?
What have we done? How have we

805
00:44:08,310 --> 00:44:11,550
improved? Like, ain't nothing
changed? I think it's probably I

806
00:44:11,550 --> 00:44:15,180
mean, it might be for another
kind of weird. And to do those

807
00:44:15,180 --> 00:44:17,580
the dude's name he's trying to
see was trying to sue the family

808
00:44:17,580 --> 00:44:20,070
Trayvon Martin's family but
actually got thrown out. Like

809
00:44:20,070 --> 00:44:22,410
get the fuck out of here with
him and Zima may try to sue for

810
00:44:22,500 --> 00:44:24,000
whatever because I guess you
know, he thought he was

811
00:44:24,000 --> 00:44:27,780
assaulted. Or whatever the case
was a man he's talking about

812
00:44:27,780 --> 00:44:30,030
himself my fucking Susun like
mental distress or some other

813
00:44:30,030 --> 00:44:33,480
shit like that. You shot that
boy not me. Right? Fuck you. So

814
00:44:33,480 --> 00:44:36,660
before this should ruin my life.
I can't go nowhere. Like yeah,

815
00:44:36,660 --> 00:44:40,980
well, shit. Neither country
going away. Ever. And he will

816
00:44:40,980 --> 00:44:44,100
finish it at the time. He was
going to trade shows, like some

817
00:44:44,100 --> 00:44:46,470
of the time packs of skittles
with his signature on it.

818
00:44:46,830 --> 00:44:50,910
Alright. Nah, man. Fuck you. But
yeah, that's all time go check

819
00:44:50,910 --> 00:44:55,560
out the website, man. The
culture dot one check out the

820
00:44:55,560 --> 00:45:00,300
blog. Number four. I'm just
counting down like Like the

821
00:45:00,300 --> 00:45:03,720
photo come on like come on give
us number five the collector

822
00:45:04,530 --> 00:45:08,610
fuck yeah like Altura I go find
a button on your TV