Appleboys Podcast

“On this episode of Appleboys Podcast, we cover a range of topics – from a vocal performance by Alex of Slaughter to Prevail to a new device purchased for earwax removal resulting in an accidental eardrum puncture. We also discuss attending a Taylor Swift concert, a spider bite incident while smoking with friends, and reaching the happiest point in life without a job they hate. Tune in to hear about these intriguing experiences and more.”

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Transcript
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Aren't you tired of boring and predictable podcasts?

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Remember the movie Groundhog Day? The only thing predictable

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about this show is that we're guzzling booze.

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Count on. This is the Apple

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Boys podcast.

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Appleboys us if it's NFTs

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music festivals, sporting events, strip clubs, current events,

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or masturbation techniques.

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Did I read that right there's?

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More than one? Fueled by,

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but not sponsored by Miller Light. This is the

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Apple Boys podcast. Now your hosts,

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Josh, Corey, Rob and Jimmy.

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Rob has issues. Just saying, bro.

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What's up, everybody? Welcome to the Apple Boys podcast.

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I'm Josh, and I'm here tonight with Corey. What's up,

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Corey? Oh, my God. It's been like a month and a half, boys. How you

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been? It's been longer than that. What's up,

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Robert? Has it really been like six months? That's what

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it felt like. Robert, what's up, man? How are you?

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I'm good. I've been chilling, man.

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It feels like COVID Times again, because, as the video,

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people will know, but my name in this video call right now is

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Robert the Jobless. Which means that I don't have a job right now

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because the company that I was working for eliminated my position.

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Would you say that company is now Robloss? They are robloss

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now. Yeah. That's not true. They got at least one guy that names Rob.

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Okay, true. Anyways, hello. It's great to be back. I missed you

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all. Even though we see each other almost every couple of days, at least.

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What's up, Jimmy? Hey. I'm in the same boat as

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Jobless rob list.

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Yeah. Cool, man. I've been doing great,

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though. Unemployment is fucking awesome. You can just party

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every day and stay up till like, 04:00 a.m.

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And then wake up at like, two. Don't wait too

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long to get a job. Yeah. Your sleep schedule.

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Everything will just kind of fall into place.

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Over there. Yeah,

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exactly. Fall into place. Yeah.

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I have been applying to jobs and I've had like, three interviews.

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I just haven't found anything I want, so I've got like, backup plans

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because I got the jobs. I just said no.

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I see. Yeah. I love that Rob called

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out that the video people will know that he's jobless.

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As if these videos ever get uploaded,

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which they don't. Why are we doing videos?

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We've hard sold that as a benefit and no, sorry.

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Video is the move, though. We did like three of them. I like seeing

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you guys seeing the emotions. That's fair. Jimmy,

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I was talking to Rob and Corey

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before you got on in the green room that

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we should be live streaming this to Twitch.

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None from Twitch immediately.

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That's what I just start showing nipples and you know

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how they feel about that. Yeah, they don't

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like nipples. Yeah.

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So somebody tell me something that is interesting

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in your life over the past,

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I don't know, six weeks. I know you said you're jobless.

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What's going on, buddy? I've been waking up at

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like eleven and playing video games for about 8 hours a day.

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What do you want from me, man? I can tell you stories about

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the bosses that I've defeated, actually.

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Okay. Me and Corey went to a concert.

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What's the boss that you defeated that you're most proud of? I'm more interested in

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that than the 982nd concert you've been to

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with Corey. Like,

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overall in my life? No. Over the last six weeks,

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when you've been playing video games 8 hours a day,

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what's the accomplishment that you're most proud of?

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Fucking what is his name? It's like jamuo

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or some shit from Persona Four. A guy was an asshole,

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but I beat him. Jamuo just sounds like another

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name that I would put for my name in this call.

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Yeah, that's Jimmy's name. In six weeks when

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we record the next episode. Yeah. All right. There you go.

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I hear a fan in someone's mic. Damn it. I don't know

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who he's got to. Ruin it for me.

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I think that is you because I can hear it, too, actually. Well, you're ruining

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it for Josh, and I say no. Josh said he couldn't hear it.

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Well, I was going to get into that. There's a reason that I can't hear

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it. Rob,

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Jimmy, have you either of you guys ever ruptured an eardrum?

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I have not. I have not. I did see a text about

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this, though. Very curious. I have, and it sucks.

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So I can't hear anything out of the left side of my

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headphones right now because that eardrum is ruptured.

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Let me ask you guys a question before I move on.

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How would you describe your ear? Wax? I'd say waxy.

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Would you guys agree? Yeah. Like kind of an

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orange color. Like my hair. Right.

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But, like, in terms of texture.

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Yeah. Is it soft and oily and kind of

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slimy and gross? Yeah, slimy. Slimy. No,

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slimy. Slimy. No, it's like a medium, like a five on

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the slimy scale. Like a melted wax.

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It's real high viscosity wax. It gets

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a little dry viscosity. High viscoider in color?

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Yeah. If I just get out of the shower, it's a little slimy. Yeah.

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So I don't have slimy earwax at all.

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I have, like, dry, crunchy, crusty earwax.

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Gross. Nice. It's not any more gross than your

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slimy earwax. That's more of a crust,

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not a wax. They're both gross. Well, okay.

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Your crust does sound worse. All right,

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whatever. I don't like it either, for the record.

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Okay, so everyone's against me, as usual. It's fine. Three against one.

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But when I was a child growing up, my mom used

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bobby pins to clean my earwax out because Qtips

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did nothing. Like, the Qtips just pushed everything in further.

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So she would get a bobby pin and scoop it and

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pull oh, my God. How the earwax would get

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that's A. Thing, by the way. The bobby pins.

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Never. So I've tried everything over the years.

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If you go online and look at YouTube videos, there are these things

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called ear candles where you put the

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candle in your ear and it has a little paper thing

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on it and you burn it and the candle pulls the ear wax

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out. That didn't work at all. I've tried the home irrigation systems

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and things like that. Anyway,

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the only way that I can really clean out my ear is if

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I can convince my wife to stick a bobby pin in my ear,

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which she is completely unwilling to do, or go get it medically

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cleaned, which is a pain and expensive and also

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embarrassing. As if that's more embarrassing than talking about my

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gross ears to the world on the podcast. But either way,

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Facebook always knows through targeted advertising

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exactly what you need at all times. And so for like

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two years, they've been advertising this ear pick

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thing that has a silicone tip on the end and it

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has a camera, and it does WiFi direct to your phone.

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And so you can see inside your

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ear as you're cleaning your ear with this silicone pick thing.

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And the videos make it look super easy and super convenient and

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exactly what I've been needing for years. So I've been asking

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for this for a while,

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and my wife got me one for my birthday.

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And it is 100% a China number one

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special. It is.

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Surprisingly, the app is in the App Store, but the

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logo is in Chinese and it's probably

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harvesting data to send back to the People's Republic of China.

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Nice. And like I said, you WiFi

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direct connect to the ear pick thing. So you get off of your WiFi

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network, you get onto that and it live feeds the video.

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And I was so excited to use it whenever

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I got it that I just turned it on straight out of the box.

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I didn't put it on the charger first or anything like that. It's got a

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lithiumion rechargeable battery and I do the right

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ear first and everything goes perfectly.

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It's exactly what I've always needed. Everything. It's disgusting.

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Everything comes out. I can hear out of my right ear for the first

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time. Everything's going super duper well. And then

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I get to the left ear and I get a notification on my phone

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that the battery is at like 15% and the little power light is flashing

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red. It's like, you need to plug this into a charger

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or the battery is going to die. And I didn't know exactly what 15%

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was going to get me, but I was like in it at this point

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and I didn't want to have to stop and start again. So I started doing

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the left ear a little bit more aggressively because the right

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ear had gone so well, and I went a little too deep.

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And I watched on camera as I ruptured

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my eardrum and the blood started coming out. No, the eardrum

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is like a little thin film and

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I punctured it and it like, split. And it

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hurt so much. And that's

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bad enough. But the worst part of all of this is that I didn't

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even get the majority of the ear wax out. So now I know for a

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fact that not only do I have a ruptured eardrum, but I've got all this

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nasty earwax sitting in there that I can't get. Because if

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you go back in there, it hurts a lot. Is that going to,

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like, heal? I certainly hope so.

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All the WebMD research I've done has said that a ruptured ear

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drum typically heals within several weeks on its own. And there's

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not really anything you can do to medicate it. I see.

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You'Re not supposed to put anything in it. So I

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actually went on Monday. I was off, and this

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happened on Sunday. And I went on Monday.

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And I was texting my wife. She was asking me what I was doing.

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And I was like, I'm out. I'm going to get lunch. I'm going to go

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see the new Guardians of the Galaxy movie, and I'm going to go to the

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drugstore and get something for my ear. And she's like,

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no, don't put anything in your ear. And I was like, I mean,

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I'm not going to get anything bad. I'm going to get, like, eardrops or something

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that you're supposed to put in your ear. And she said, no, if you have

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a ruptured eardrum, you don't put anything in your ear. I was like,

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okay. And so then I started doing some more research. And apparently you're not

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supposed to get it wet. You're not supposed to do anything.

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Well, it needs time to heal. And without the eardrum in place, I'm pretty sure

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that that just goes through the Eustachian tubes, like into your brain.

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So it's probably bad. Could you fucking dropping

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Eustachian tubes? It's one of

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those Robisms just out of nowhere.

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Sorry. And the next thing out of his mouth

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is banana. True. Yeah. There has to

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be a balance. Hey,

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Corey and Rob. Dude, for you guys. When you look up at Jimmy's

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camera, does it look like it's being recorded on a potato? It looks like

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footage. Yeah, from like, 1985. It looks awesome.

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Probably as something only me because it looks great on my end.

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So it'll record nicely. Okay. Jimmy trail

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cam footage, 1985. Looks like me

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with the betamax filter on. Nice.

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So what concert did you guys go see? We went to Lorna

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Shore, mastodon and gojira the Mega Monsters

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tour. That sounds heavy.

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It was good. Heavy is a word for it. Warner shore.

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Definitely heavy. Mastodon basically

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just hard dad rock. Yeah,

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man. They have like a cult following, and I really don't understand it.

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I like listening to Mastodon, but I've seen them twice live

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this year at concerts that had other stuff that I wanted to

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go see. So it's not like I went to see Mastodon,

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but I still like their

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music. I still like listening to Mastodon, but I

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don't need to see them live. No.

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Was there lots of blgging? No. Well,

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Mastodon is basically the Foo Fighters of the metal genre,

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if that helps at all. But they play like they have, like, a bunch of

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jazz drum fills. Interesting.

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Wouldn't expect them. Yeah, it was mastodon. I think

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we more or less skipped. We waited in the Merch

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line for, like, half of the show, ten of their songs.

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The set list wasn't very good, so I was like, whatever. At least as

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long as we see the tail end, it'll be fine. We'll get a couple of

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good songs in, and then we'll go on to Gojira, who usually

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plays a pretty good show. I would argue

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that their live performance is

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not great, but as a band, I do like

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them, so it's fine.

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I thought this time wasn't as good as when we saw them here.

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No. He always kind of phones it in for flying whales,

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and I don't know why, but he'll get to the chorus and be like and

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it's just like, Please enunciate sir. Yeah,

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that's the thing that I noticed, too.

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Yeah. On the complete opposite side of the spectrum. I went to a techno rave

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in a tunnel in Nashville, and it was

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illegal. Like, not supposed to have a rain there.

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That's awesome. I was going to ask you if you'd been in been to any

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laser shows under bridge lately? So that sounds like it fits the

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bill. Yeah. At this park that had,

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like, a skate park, and then there was, like, this walking path, and the

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walking path went under an underpass or two.

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But to get under the underpass, you also had to go,

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like, underground, and there's this giant long tunnel.

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And they basically blocked off the tunnel with, like, tarps on both sides so

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the light didn't get out. And then they had this

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fucked up smoke machine that produced the most smoke I've

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ever experienced in my life. So you couldn't see your hand in front of your

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face and it was just loud techno music until, like, 04:00.

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A.m.. That sounds horrible. That sounds like the worst experience

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of my life. You guys are old.

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Sounds pretty cool to me. Yeah. Rob skipped it to

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hang out with one of his 35 year old friends. It's a lawyer at

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his house. He's, like, 40. Being 35,

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and also we drank heavily and smoked a cigar,

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and it was fucking awesome. Also, we watched Westworld. There's nothing wrong

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with being 35. But almost 30 year old Robert

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skipped a fun time in a tunnel with.

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Baby J with his child friendly. Correct.

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Hey, I'm almost 26. I have to keep the balance. I have

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to do old people stuff and new people stuff and

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I don't know, man. I love that it's new people and not young people.

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Yeah, new people just

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pop. Jimmy, how did you find out about this

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rave. I found it out

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through Instagram, through like a local guy that plays techno and

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has a label and stuff. Here. He posted about it because he's playing it.

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So if he's got a label, he's probably pretty popular on Instagram.

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And he posted this publicly and there was no police

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presence or anything like that. He only has like 2000 followers. He's not like

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big deal or anything like that. The Instagram

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page for the tunnel is like a private account,

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which doesn't mean a whole lot. The tunnel has an Instagram

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page? They do. I bet that's not the

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first rave they've done there. It's not. They do one once a month. It's called

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Tennessee Tunnel Authority. Nobody know about this.

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I don't know how the cops didn't show up. I really don't. Because while

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they did have tarps on both sides of the tunnel to keep the stuff in,

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it looked like the tunnel was on fire because of all the smoke. I got

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to tell you, buddy, I feel like you have ruined it for the Tennessee Tunnel

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Authority because as soon as this episode goes live,

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you know that our following is going to just everybody's

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going to know. They're going to have at least twelve people. I'm really worried.

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Yeah, eight people are going to find out about it.

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And they're also all like 40, so it's fine. Maybe they'll

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show up. That'd be fun. How many homeless

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people were there?

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Could you imagine? They're just like he's like, what the fuck is going

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on in here? There's tarps coach.

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Yeah. Why is it Willem defoe from the lighthouse showing

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up? Heart. Let's take these tarps density.

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Did any of you guys make it to any of the Era Tours

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shows yet? No, but our wives did.

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I didn't have like one $200 laying around. What the

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fuck are you talking about, Tayte? Oh,

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no. The Era tour. Eras Tour.

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Eras Tour. No. Taylor on my side of the

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bay. I think I would have paid like $200 to see

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that, but no more than that.

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According to my life, it is worth an unlimited amount of money.

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I've not heard a single review from anyone either

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that I know in person or on the internet that isn't

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basically the equivalent of I don't know how

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a concert could possibly be better. It's the greatest thing I've ever seen in my

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life. I've not heard anything less than

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that. It is like a from any three. And a half hour long set list.

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Which she's doing, like, every night. Yeah. I don't

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understand. Well, it's every but Friday, Saturday,

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Sundays. She has the whole week to recover.

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I know. It's still three nights in a row. I get it.

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Unbelievable. So Corey's

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wife was able to buy six tickets

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during the presale, so she bought one for Lucky,

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her and her mom, and then a

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friend and her daughter, and then another friend,

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and maybe another daughter, but one of the groups of friends

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that Corey's wife bought the tickets for was not

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able to go. And so my wife and her friend

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bought those two tickets and went with Corey's wife.

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And my wife never

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did dislike Taylor Swift, but she was certainly not a fan.

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Like, she spent the month leading up to the concert listening

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to Taylor Swift albums so that she would be more familiar with the songs

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because she didn't know a lot of them. So again,

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not a fan, but definitely not a Swiftie or anything like that.

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So she goes to this concert and just

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has the greatest time of her life. It's just this unbelievable,

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magical evening and all of a sudden she comes back and now she's

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a Swiftie. Now she's a huge Taylor fan. And so she

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literally tried to convince me to watch the kids.

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They went to see Taylor in Atlanta and then shortly after that,

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Taylor was in Nashville, which is like hometown for her.

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That's like where she wants to put on the best show. And so my

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wife was trying to get me to watch the kids so that she and her

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friend could drive to Nashville. Not so they could buy tickets and go to the

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show, but so that they could join 20,000 other people on

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a bridge outside of Nissan Stadium to listen to the

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concert and dance from outside the show. That's incredible. Which is just

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wild to me. Yeah. And that happened every night in Nashville,

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that happened in Philly. And I think it's going to

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be a recurring thing on the rest of the tours that these sold

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out shows. If they're outdoor arenas, they're going to have people outside.

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It's crazy. I don't know if you know this

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about the Nashville show specifically, but if she would have gone,

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the show was delayed about 04:00 a.m.. Yeah,

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like two or 3 hours. And then she played like an almost four hour

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long set after that. In the rain. Crazy. In the rain. That's awesome.

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That was the night that she was going to go too. Yeah, that was the

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night that she was going to go. So it would have been a rough day

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at work for her. The next day would have been a rough day, but she

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would have never forgotten that. That would have been great. Oh yeah.

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We also went to another show. Corey fuck yeah, we did.

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It was a tale of two extreme vocalists

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for the metal genre for that week. Indeed, we had Will

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Ramos from Lorna Shore later in the week,

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but we kicked it off with Alex. Terrible.

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From slaughter to prevail.

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Back to back. Probably the most impressive vocal

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performances I've ever seen live.

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Really incredible, wild shit that they

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both do. Alex from Slaughter

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to Prevail does this thing for at least one song during the show

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where everything kind of goes quiet and then he just yells and

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this motherfucker is so loud that as long as the crowd

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is even relatively quiet. You can hear it throughout the entire

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venue. No matter what. He's loud at shit,

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and it's fucking awesome. They played some new content,

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and he did it during one of his new songs. I think it's called Viking,

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but that was really cool. And then, of course,

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Will Ramos is death

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core. Really kind of almost extreme

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death core with Lauren Ashore is

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a little hard to get into. And listening to a studio

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album, I. Fucking love that shit, man. I know,

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Pete. I know you do. But listening to a studio

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album of that, I can only do so much. But seeing it live is

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it was like seeing Freddie Mercury live. It was the craziest shit I've

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ever seen. That's a statement. That is a statement.

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If you look up some of he has, I think, about the same range as

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Freddie Mercury. And I'm not kidding, he can

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do clean vocals, too. Jesus Christ. He sounds incredible.

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But what truly makes him unique is the demon inside

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of him. Yeah, because he's

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got, like, super high screechy kind

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of shit. And then he hits these low notes that I

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think he can communicate with whales. And it's fucking

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crazy, man. And he does it all just

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immediately just goes back and forth between them. I don't know how he fucking

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does it. That's insane. That's the crazy shit is he'll hit, like,

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whale vocal into super, like, Goblin vocal back.

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Like, within a second, he flips it. And I legitimately

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don't know how that works. Is the Goblin vocal a

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falsetto you would have to hear, or is

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it natural voice? No,

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he just sounds like a normal dude. When he's talking.

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He's saying his singing, like, when he hits, like, the Goblin vote, it's some

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sort of, like, false fold, like, falsetto kind of thing. But I don't know exactly

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how to describe it. You have to hear it to truly

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understand. We'll show you after the show. We'll go see them in September.

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We'll go together. Okay. Well, Rob, you mentioned

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it's hard to get into them. And sometimes I'll

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be riding somewhere with Corey, and that's just what he's been playing.

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Right? And it'll play, like, a song and a half. And I'm

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like, man, you listen to this shit just, like, all the time,

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just for fun? I do. It's exhausting.

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It relaxes me, honestly. That's wild.

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I don't understand if I'm working from.

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You driving around listening to techno yeah. If I'm working from home and I

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need to get shit done, I just turn on black metal. Just it's

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just white noise to me, man. It's awesome. I love it. So I guess I

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can see that because, like Jimmy said, sometimes, like,

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techno EDM type, high BPM stuff makes

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me feel like Hugh Jackman from Swordfish.

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Like.

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When he's getting ahead and trying to log in at the.

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Nice.

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We'll show you an example of this after the

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show here. But they're incredible. They're coming

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real close in September. We should all go.

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Well, we should do that, too, but just

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need to, like a little teaser. Because you think that I'm exaggerating,

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like, Freddie Mercury of metal or Death Corps or whatever.

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That's ridiculous. No, it's not. What is wild

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is that while he's doing all this shit, he's, like, headbanging like he's not completely

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stagnant on the stage and just focusing on making sure that he doesn't fuck

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up. And the dude in real life

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is the nicest guy. He's a fucking golden

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retriever in real life.

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I love golden retrievers. Speaking of scouts just right outside the door.

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Good boy. Yeah, very good boy. You would probably love Will.

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I do love Will. True shout

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out Will. Hey, Jimmy. What's up?

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I got a bone to pick with you, buddy. Pick your bone.

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Jesus fucking Christ. You seem to have

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mostly disengaged from our group text.

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It makes me feel lonely and sad. To be fair,

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I think Rob experienced this as well. I have disconnected

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from my phone a lot more.

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Good for you. I'm pretty

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much like the happiest point I've been in my life, I think.

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And I can contribute it to not

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having a job, which is pretty great, especially a job I hate. I think if

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I had a job I liked, I'd be sort of writing the same

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thing I'm on now. I figured

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out my relationship stuff. I'm disconnecting from my

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phone a bit more, but I'm still hanging

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out with people and talking to people somewhat regularly. I'm finally

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figuring out what I need to do

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to produce music and do the stuff I want. Like,

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I've Djed a show or two recently. I don't know, I've just

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kind of figured it out. Definitely don't want to

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push you guys away or put you guys on the back burner or anything.

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It's just a symptom of not using my phone as much, I think. Well,

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good for fucking you.

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Let's go back, though, to the I've figured out the relationship stuff.

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What does that mean? Are you in a relationship now? No. Which is,

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I think, figuring it out. I've figured out how to

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be happy by myself, at least for a while.

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I see. Yeah.

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Not be engaged in someone else. It's very important.

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You're not in Rob's turbo tinder mode, are you?

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First off, Slander, I am not in turbo tinder mode.

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I'm not saying you are now. You were. I'm saying I have been around you

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when you were saying that you have. Definitely paid for tinder

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gold or whatever it is, to where Josh and I. Because we needed more swipes.

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You remember that time that I didn't know which way was the

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right way to swipe and all the hot yeah.

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Just all the bunch of whales. The next day I was like, what the fuck

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happened? What have you done? How drunk was

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I? No, it was Josh. Got it.

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I do have tinder gold so if you guys want to want

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to try it out, you're welcome. Oh, boy. Well,

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Jimmy, you're going to have to. Give me a refresher on which way to swipe

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left. Right? Yeah. Right is goodbye. Right is

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yes. All right, but wait, are you swiping

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to the left or from the left? I hate you.

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You're taking the little card on the screen and putting it to the

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left side. Okay. So you're swiping that's bad to the

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left for bad. So if you start right, that's good.

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See, I'm confused again. You can go fuck yourself. This is the easiest

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goddamn concept, you shitting.

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So swipe left is I'm not interested.

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Yeah, it's not going to work because. I think it's mirrored.

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But hold

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on, let me find a bad one. Hold on.

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They're all good, so we take it

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right. Jimmy, I know this looks good on your screen, but you still look like

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you're in a 1980s, like, porno on a scrambled channel. Why the

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fuck does this happen? Yeah,

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when am I going to do. Part two of the True Crime podcast?

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The people want to know what happened with the Wilson family.

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Yeah, I don't know, bro. I've been busy.

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Fucking A, we have. We haven't done this shit in, like, eight months.

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Yeah, we've got to come back to the studio and record another

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episode of that True Crime shit. It was fun. True.

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Did you listen to it, Rob? I didn't need to. I was

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there for the recording.

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You don't listen to our podcast. You haven't been

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there for most of our recordings, Rob. Like, what do you may have been there,

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but you weren't there. I see what he did. I see what he's

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doing. I'm mostly there for

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most podcasts. Hey, speaking of which,

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Jimmy, I have a surprise for you on the way.

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Oh, yeah? You know that super

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edible company that we like a lot?

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Moonwalkers? Yeah. They came

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out with this fucked up new one, and I bought two bottles,

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and you're going to get one of them.

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You got bottles of Edebrews? Yeah. That sounds scary.

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Is it liquid Edebrew? No, it's a gummy.

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Okay. A bottle? Like a pill bottle? Yeah. So you know

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how their normal edibles are. Like 15 milligrams

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of delta eight. These are 50

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milligrams of delta. Twelve. These are 30 milligrams

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Delta, 810 milligrams Delta Nine, 1 MG THCP.

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So they're going to be, like, four times as strong as their normal

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ones. I understood, like, 10% of what you just

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said. They're going to fuck shit up. Brawl we'll go to

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the more words you don't understand. I think the more words you don't

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understand on an edible bottle, the more fucked you're going to be. Yeah. I mean,

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exactly. That seems logical.

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It doesn't seem like that

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curve would continue to go favorably for you.

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It feels like it would get to a point where it would stop being

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good to be stronger. You hit a. Point where you go into panic

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attack mode and you don't want to go that far. You have

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to know that you can't die from weed. But, man, does it

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feel like you're going to sometimes? Oh, yeah. But you won't. It's fine.

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I know how to start shivering. Know that, though.

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Rob's favorite activity when he gets into panic attack mode is

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he tries to act natural. So he gets

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up, he'll go to get some water because that's like, a normal thing

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to do. But he just keeps drinking the water,

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standing up, going back and getting water, and he just does that over

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and over again. He'll probably do it, like, 510 times in the span of,

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like, 30 minutes, and then he's like, oh,

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wait, this isn't normal. Everyone knows.

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So everyone always knows. Yeah,

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I get self conscious about that. I don't want to worry anyone. I don't want

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to tell anyone, like, hey, I'm about to have a panic attack.

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I'm trying to not do that. I am straight up not having a

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good time, pretty much. So I'm like, all right,

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sitting bad, going to die.

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Standing pretty good. But it's going to be real weird if I

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just stand in a room with a bunch of people sitting. So need

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to make an excuse to not sit.

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Must go get water. But then I can't meter

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out the water because you

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get a glass of water, you go back, sit down, you continue to

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drink the water as you're sitting, but you can't do that

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if you can't sit down. So you just have to kind of stand and

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chug water.

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Just chugging a glass of water and then doing

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that just simultaneously over and over. I think I have a solution for

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you. Go on.

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I think this will help you with your panic attacks and make you more popular.

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I'm listening. I think you should learn

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some dance moves, and whenever you start to have the panic attack,

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you just stand up and start dancing. Cool little

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solo dance. It's like one of these he kind

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of just starts doing this.

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That's what he does when he's high, like the listeners shouldn't see, but it's kind

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of like a weird little robot dance. The video

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people are going to love that whenever Josh actually uploads them. Yeah.

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My move was always, I'm going to go lay down, and then I would

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just lay in my bed and hyperventilate for, like, an hour.

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I don't think I've had that kind of edible experience in a minute. I just

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kind of, like, vibrate a little bit,

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maybe some oscillation, and that gets me out of it.

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When Kelsey and I went to go see Dantword,

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we had a poor edible experience where

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we ate a bit of a brownie,

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and then we went to this concert, which was fine to begin with, but then

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the opener was maybe the worst thing that I've heard in my life.

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They were called Death Trap. They were two.

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I can only presume former strippers with the way

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that they were dancing and what have you, but they

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weren't DJing. They were just playing songs on their Spotify account.

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I see. And just whipping their hair around and

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stuff for 40 minutes.

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It was the worst musical experience I've had in my life,

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I'm pretty sure.

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But then when Dnward is coming out,

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they have this scrolling video that is red

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in color and it's, like, flashing and stuff,

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and I was sitting there looking at it, and then

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I kind of started doing my not

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having a good time breathe breath.

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I'm well aware of that. Yeah. And then I

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look at the floor for a second. I'm like, no, shouldn't do that. That's weird.

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And then I look back up, and then the video is doing

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that again. I'm like, no, that's not good either. And then I just kind of

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was having a bad time, and then Kelsey started freaking

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out, and I was like, okay, do you want to get out of

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here? Do you want to go downstairs? Because the tabernacle, they have, like, a downstairs

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basement area with tables and stuff. So she was

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like, yeah, I think I need to get out of the crowd. So we get

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out of the crowd, we go downstairs and we go to the bathroom.

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I go back to the table. She comes out for a second. She ends up

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going back into the bathroom for a second. She feels like she's going to throw

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up. And once I got out of the crowd, I was okay.

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I was able to get my breath, got the cool air on

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my body, and I kind of evened out.

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She was straight up not having a good time. I think there's something

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about the tabernacles not level floor that

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brings that on. Yeah. It certainly doesn't help because

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especially if you're more or less stationary on that. Floor, it throws off,

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because I've been. Doing a lot of shows. Is that the venue where Josh had

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to leave? Yeah. I wasn't high, but I was having a not

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good time from alcohol.

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You had to use the pole as a support.

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You just started morphing into the pole, and as soon

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as the main act started, you were like, Got to go.

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Oh, was I high? Yeah.

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Robert and I were like, you have to stay for at least a

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couple of songs just to say you actually saw them. And you were like,

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okay. At the end of the night, when we got back to the room,

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there was just, like, hot Pocket wrappers and an empty

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bag of Doritos. I forgot about that. Yeah, it was

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stoner paradise in our room. Just remnants.

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And you were just, like, asleep on top of the covers, just snoring.

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You look like a mummy. We've heard the snoring story.

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We don't need to rehash. That true.

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I told you guys about the time that I got bit by

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a spider. Have I told that story?

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No, I don't think so.

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I can't tell the whole story. Maybe I already have

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told the whole story, I don't know. It was the really bad Halloween night

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when I totaled my car, like 10ft.

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At the beginning of that night, I went to a friend's apartment

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and I,

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at this point, had never, ever been

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high in my life. And I really probably

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only have less than ten times total, ever.

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I think I've seen all ten. You've probably seen, like,

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seven. Honestly.

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Yeah. You're not a great influence on me,

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Jimmy. You're not a great influence on

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me, Josh. That's true. That's very true. We are I

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am the weed influence. You are the Miller Light influence. Yeah.

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Quick, Jamie. Seven of these.

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I'm at this apartment and we're

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going. To go on an adventure. They're pretty much

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smoking and so I

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tried some smoked with them and everything like that. And I

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was also drinking copiously. I had a bottle of

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Not Bacardia, captain Morgan private stock.

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So anyway, get to a point where I

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need to sit down and we're planning to go to Dance

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Club later that night and we are not at

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that point yet, but I'm already probably shouldn't be going

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out anywhere. And I sit down on their couch and I

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see this massive spider crawling

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on the wall and I'm, like, freaking out,

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pointing it to them, and they're like, where is it? Where is it?

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And they go, get a broom and we're trying to find it. And I thought

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that it had crawled up into the crack between where

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the ceiling meets the wall, at the top of the wall.

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You were fucked up, crawled in there and it

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had disappeared. And so I'm,

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like, losing my mind because I think that this massive spider has

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escaped somehow and it's probably going to attack and they're trying to

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calm me down. They believe me about the spider, I think maybe they didn't,

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but they're at least playing along because they've got the broom out, they're trying

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to get it. And so, like, 20 or

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25 minutes later, I'm sitting on their couch and I lean back and

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I feel this really tight pinch on the

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top of my hand and I

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pull my hand away immediately and I look and the skin on the top of

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my hand is gone and it's bleeding. And I'm like,

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I told you guys that there was a spider. I'm bleeding. The skin is

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gone. Yeah, I think I heard this, but. I think it was off podcast.

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There's not all the skin on my hand, but, like,

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obviously on my hand and it's bleeding. And I'm

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like, I told you there was a spider. The spider bit me. I'm bleeding.

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Take a look. And so now they

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full. Believe me, there's definitely a spider on the loose. It definitely

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just bit me. I'm probably going to die because a spider

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that big has to be poisonous, and it's also aggressive

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because it's attacking stealthily. And so I've

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been drinking rum. I'm probably going to be a radioactive Jack Sparrow soon.

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We spend the next, like, half hour, 45 minutes trying to find the

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spider so that we can kill it. And then we eventually

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realize that behind the couch, there is a window sill,

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and there's an iron sitting on the window sill that's been plugged

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in and turned on all day long. And so I

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leaned back, and my hand hit the hot iron, and I burned my

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hand thinking that I had been bit by a spider.

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So I've had a couple of experiences that were not so good with

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yeah. The combo of weed and alcohol will certainly do that to your

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brain. You just don't know what's happening. And the room is

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spinning, and it won't stop spinning. I'm not going to lie.

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I think this exact same thing has happened with me and Jimmy's air fryer.

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Yes, it did. Except it was a

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combo of many things. Yeah, I was combined many

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things, and. It was, like,

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04:00 a.m.. And I was like, I want pizza. But then I couldn't find

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the oven mitt, so I was just bare handing that shit. Have we been off

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podcast? So your grandma's boy did, yeah.

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Have we been off podcast since that night?

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If not pretty close to it. We definitely didn't talk about it on the podcast,

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but I absolutely had a diamond pattern

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from his air fryer burned into my fingertips for

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several weeks. Yeah, this was like three,

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four a. M. Maybe. And it was basically just me. Will and Rob are the

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ones that were awake. There was other people here, but they were either incoherent

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or asleep. And Rob

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is just, like, wiggin out, man. Can't decide where he wants

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to be. He keeps going outside, even though it's,

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like, 40 degrees, because it was a really cold night

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for some reason. And he comes back in still super

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restless, decides he wants pizza.

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And Will is also pretty fucked up. I am,

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too. And I'm like, hey, Will, you gave this man these drugs.

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It's your responsibility to take care of him. And will's like, okay, I got

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it. And I'm like, well, he's definitely not got it, but it'll be

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fine. Rob goes to make the pizza.

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I hear the air fryer turn on, and I'm like,

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oh, no.

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And it dings. That it's. Done.

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Rob goes to get it. Will is kind of, like, supervising, but not really doing

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anything for him. And Rob just completely raw dogs

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the tray for the pizza,

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and he just kind of, like, gets him

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to get will grabs an oven mitt, throws it in

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my sink because there's, like, flesh on

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it that is burned now and then.

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Rob isn't really phased by the burn. He's like, oh,

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shit. Ow. It doesn't even

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really hurt him. He's just completely impervious to pain at this point.

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And then he proceeds to eat the pizza because he's so

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tall. He puts the plate on top of my fridge. So he's

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kind of like eating like this. Like my hands are on top of my

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head right now, basically. And he's like dipping the pizza in sauce and

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everything, but he's using the top of my fridge as a plate.

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And I wake up the next morning kind of confused about

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everything that happened. I figured this out the next day because there was like,

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pizza sauce and empty bottles of sauce

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on top of my fridge. And apparently the pizza was

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also too much for him because there was chewed up, disgusting pizza in

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my sink. I'm sorry.

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I forgot to mention that. Like 5 hours before that, like 11:00

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like 2 hours into the party, someone threw up in the other

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side of the sink. So I woke up to my sink just fucking destroyed.

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Yeah, that was Jacob.

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No one knows who Jacob is. It's fine. Yeah,

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he was there for like 30 minutes and he walks up to

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me like I threw up. I'm like, what the fuck are you talking about,

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man? I just puked. I threw up in the

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sink, man. And I'm like, okay, fix it.

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What are you talking about? For some reason I was thinking about

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that last night. I had some bad stomach problems as a kid. I just

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remember going into my parents room at like 04:00 a.m. And being like, Mom,

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I threw up. And I just have like, shit all over me and it's like

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all over the bed and stuff. That's what it felt like. I felt like

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he was like, daddy, help, please. And I'm like.

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So earlier today, I knew we were planning on recording and

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one of the things that I wanted to do before we recorded the episode is

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go on and check Twitter to make sure Miller Light

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is still following us. And guess what they are.

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Nice. Yes. Have they followed anyone else recently or

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no. No. Still one of seven. Nice. Go us.

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Our buddies over at the Gray's Tap Room podcast just

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got followed by twisted tea. I think they were inspired

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by our Miller Light thing. Not as cool. Started seeking

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following from twisted tea do. They listen to the podcast hours? Yeah,

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they do. Never mind. But they subscribe on Patreon.

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Not as cool. Twisted tea is super mid. I've never

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enjoyed a twisted tea. Miller lighting of

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cheap beer. Also an institution that's existed in

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this country for hundreds of years at this point, dating back to the 16 hundreds

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when Americans first existed, versus Twisted

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Tea.

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Okay. A terrible lemonade flavored wrapper.

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Miller light king Miller. Oh, sorry. I was thinking of twisted tea

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of the Miller clan. Came over on the Mayflower and hit Plymouth Rock

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and brought Miller Light to America at that point. That's true.

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So Twisted Tea is based out of Kentucky, as is the

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Gray's Tap room, so they have a little local connection there.

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So good for them. I'm super happy for them. No, it's sick getting

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any sort of recognition from a national brand, especially one that smacks

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the fuck out of somebody's face in a convenience store. True. Yeah. That fucking

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video was dope. Anyone that hasn't seen that video, look that shit up.

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There's some flair to it. Like he flipped the twisted tea to get

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it nice and ready and then just oh, yeah.

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Incredible amount of built up the pressure.

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With the very little bit of carbonation that they have. That guy had done that

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before. That's just the first time it had been video. That's true.

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That's his signature move. That's definitely not a first hit.

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That's not an impromptu beating

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with a can. When that mirror hears racism,

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he flips the can. He's ready.

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All right, well, I think we're at a point where we can

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publicly apologize for how long it's been since we

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lasted a podcast. Yeah. Life comes at you fast,

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man. Do. I think

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I had about it. Sorry, go ahead.

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You had about as what? No, sorry. You go ahead.

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Yeah, you go ahead. No, wait. What?

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I think I had you were going to say something. Oh, sorry. No, you go

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ahead. Yeah, go ahead, Corey. All right. Yeah, go ahead,

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Corey.

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You want me to go? Yeah. All right.

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Yeah. Okay. There was this thing that I

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just. I just like that we do this every three episodes.

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What? What?

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It's usually the episodes you're not on, Jimmy. No, I had to edit

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the episode where you and Rob

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did this and I just left it in.

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As you should, because it's fucking hilarious.

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I was going to say I think I've had about as many major

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life changes besides being homeless. I think I'm about as

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changed as you can be as a man. Yeah. You almost died.

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You lost your job in a situation ship.

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No, bitches. Yeah.

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It'S an interesting time.

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I think that overall, I'll come out better on the other side.

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I will say that the combination of looking for a new job so

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I can't actually do drugs and also

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everything else that's going on has led me down a dark path

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that I need to fucking fix soon,

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probably. Yeah. I will say I've done the most. What does

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that mean? I've done the most drugs and alcohol I've ever done in the past

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two months. And that might contribute to the lifted

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spirits, but not currently. Way to really

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just fall right into the stereotype, guys. I don't know what

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to tell you, man. There's not a whole lot else to do. Yeah, like,

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what the fuck else are. You going to do? How are you going to play

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video games for 8 hours a day if you're not fucking shit faced for it's?

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You can't be Top 50 League of Legends and not be shit faced.

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Pretty sure whiskey just came out of Roth? No, it came from

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somewhere. That's all right. That feels good,

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Jimmy. He's top 20 in the world now.

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True. Oh, God.

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Anyways, don't do drugs, kids.

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When are we going to record again, guys? Same time

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next week? I mean, it feels like robin,

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Jimmy got nothing going on, man. I don't even know what fucking

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day it is. Is it Wednesday? I think it's Wednesday. It is

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Wednesday. Okay. Yeah. So I'm going to be in Detroit with Will

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from the 26th through the 31st, but other

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than that, I'm free driving

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the Crown. I could do the 25th if it. Gets delivered by

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then. Yes, it's in town. He's taking a cashier's check tomorrow. It's not in

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town. It's not in town. I talked to him today about it.

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Half upon delivery. Also, he should not take that

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to Detroit. Jesus fucking Christ. Yeah, I mean, that's probably fair.

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It's the Motor City. Yeah. It's also the

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motor. Fuck you, city. Yeah, it's the motor.

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Motor. Last time I say having him

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take. It to he's going to be taking him to

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04:00. Raves on an underpass.

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Jimmy, did you just say last time you were there they had

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a gay parking lot? I think

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you misheard. The place in Detroit had a

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parking lot that had gates around it. You know, the ones that

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connected like poles and stuff like that. Gated? Yeah.

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Not homosexual. Well, it's not better. Hold on.

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Gays connected with poles? Yeah. You were talking about poles.

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I'm confused. Speaking of gated,

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how about Gaeta?

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The new season of Dave is the best fucking thing I've ever seen on television.

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Yeah, no fucking spoilers. I haven't seen that shit yet. It is.

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I've only watched the first episode and all I thought about was Rob's Orlando.

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Ordeal because of unemployment. I've seen the whole thing twice now

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up to where it is now. It's great. It's really good.

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Anyway, we will try to record an episode again

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sooner than six weeks. For those of you who don't know, our patreon

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time that we can record on a more regular basis and get some good content

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Yeah, we just got to tell us some wild tales

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