Appleboys Podcast

In this episode, the Appleboys delve into various topics, including their favorite flat Earther video, a terrifying plane experience, and some interesting observations on Google Earth. They also discuss childhood memories, favorite foods, and share some funny and awkward moments. So sit back, relax, and enjoy another wild ride with the Appleboys.

Show Notes:

– Fun banter and updates from the hosts: Jimmy, Rob, Cory, and Josh

– Rob’s hilarious mishaps and musings throughout the episode

– Speaker recalls visiting the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago and their childhood fascination with dinosaurs

– Childhood trip to Washington DC, and a funny incident involving their grandmother slipping on ice

– Discussion of a favorite flat Earther video and the ancient Egyptian experiment to determine Earth’s roundness

– The speaker’s sarcastic conclusion on the flat Earth debate

– Humorous recounting of a bumpy plane landing experience with engine flames and an enthusiastic passenger mentioning a fire truck

– Heartwarming and amusing stories of working with individuals with Down syndrome and the need for special communication

– Surprise encounter with an unexpected topic while using Google Earth, resulting in hours of crescent moon shapes

– Speaker’s observation of a unique and delicious-looking chicken dish with green sauce and sautéed vegetables

– The speaker’s surprising enjoyment of mashed potatoes in a dish featuring chicken leg and breast

Tune in to the Appleboys Podcast for laughter, engaging conversations, and stories that take unexpected turns. Whether you’re a fan of NFTs, music festivals, or just looking for some light-hearted entertainment, there’s something for everyone in this episode.

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Transcript
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Aren't you tired of boring and predictable

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podcasts? Remember the movie Groundhog Day? The

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only thing predictable about this show is that we're guzzling

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booze. Count on.

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This is the Apple Boys podcast.

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Appleboys us if it's NFTs

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music festivals, sporting events, strip clubs, current

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events, or masturbation techniques.

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Did I read that right there's? More

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than hmm. Fueled by,

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but not sponsored by Miller Light. This is

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the Apple Boys podcast. Now your hosts,

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Josh, Corey, Rob, and

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Jimmy. Rob has issues.

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Just saying, bro.

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Okay. What's up, everybody? It's Josh with the Apple Boys

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podcast. I'm here tonight with Jimmy. What's up, Jimmy? Hey, it's

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Jimmy back again. And what's up? I got my boy grilling.

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Robert how you doing? Grilling robert. Well, hey, buddy. I was grilling earlier,

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and now I'm not grilling because I already ate the food, and it was

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delicious. And I made chicken thighs, actually,

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on the grill. It was a smoker. It's not really a grill,

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but it was really good. It was like an Asian barbecue glaze.

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Do you save some up for your dog food? Your homemade dog food? No,

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we can't do that. It's very plain chicken for the dogs. There's not even

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salt or anything in. It because it's bad for the doubles. What do you call

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a fish with no eyes?

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Like.

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Oh, nice.

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Salty dog. Do you guys know how fish get high?

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How? Weed? Seaweed.

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Nice. Because they're in the water. Yeah. What does an

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orphan call a family photo?

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What? A selfie.

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Yeah. No family. Is Pluto a

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planet? No is what?

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It's a dwarf planet, but is it. One of the planets? Are

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there nine planets? Bitches. Welcome to the Apple Boys podcast. This is

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also Corey. What's up, Corey? Hey, Corey. Nice of you decided to join us

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tonight. Corey was late. Yeah, he

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was. I was indeed eating what were you eating,

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Corey? I was eating a Cuban torta. That

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sounds delightful. What's Cuban torta? Backwards.

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At schrotz

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nabuk. What a question to ask. I thought you were going to say that

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and immediately just throw it come out of you.

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Yeah. Hey, Corey. How you doing? I'm good. How are

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you? I'm okay. Do you know what

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I asked all the other boys earlier? Do you know what you call a fish

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with no eyes? Blinky.

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Very good. Yeah. Hey, do you consider Pluto a

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planet? What? Is Pluto a

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planet? This isn't a trick question?

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Scientifically, no. What?

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What do you mean, scientifically, no? They don't consider it a planet. They consider it,

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like, one of the outer things. Are there

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eight planets in our midway galaxy, or are there nine? No, there are

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eight, but there were. Nine when we were kids. There were nine. Now

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there's eight. That's midget planet. Just another lie that the public school

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system told us. Okay, well, are birds real?

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No. Okay, so Rob was trying to convince me

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earlier that Puerto Rico is a state. Is Puerto Rico a state?

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No. Also no, that is not what I said. Exactly.

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Corey agrees. Puerto Rico is not a state. It's not

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america. You're wrong. This is the dumbest shit.

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They have representation in Congress. That doesn't matter. They're not

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a fucking they're not a state, but it matters. They're not

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a state. I didn't say that they were a state. This mother

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no. You're falsifying my testimony. No,

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you said look at this. Not what I said.

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People who were born in Puerto Rico don't need a passport.

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That is true. This is Europe.

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What? First off, that's not even what I said either. This is

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the fucking fire hose of lies strategy. I've seen this

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before. But no, I said people in Puerto Rican are

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American citizens because people in. Puerto Rican people in Puerto

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Rican. Yeah, whatever. They're not American citizens, though.

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Yes, they are. No, they're not. Yes, they are.

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They're not, though. Yes, they are. This is the dumbest

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goddamn thing I've ever heard. They fucking are. I'm googling

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it. They can't vote. Don't matter.

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They have representation in Congress. They could vote for their representative.

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Hold on. Individuals born in Puerto Rico on or after

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January 13, 1941 to be a US citizen at

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birth? US. Citizen at birth. Puerto Rico.

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Apologize, you bitch. I will not. You

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guys are both fucking retards. I quit.

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Bye. I'll do it. I know it's going to be harder for

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you. I'll do it. I don't give a shit. We're on a saying retard twice

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in two podcasts in a row. Let's fucking go. You think that it's going to

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make it harder for me when Corey joined late? What are you talking

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about? Both are going to make it hard. I'm going to make it harder. Has

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already begun. You're going to make it harder. Tank top.

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Everyone's hard. So hard. We're all so

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hard. Rob. Hey,

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Corey. Hey, Josh. Did you know

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that you and I went to Chicago together earlier this week? I

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did know that. You want to talk about so cute plan out. I mean,

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dates. We can if you'd like. I would like. And

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then I'd like to talk about some other things. Why'd y'all go to Chicago?

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Chicago was awesome. It's a very beautiful city. I understand why you want to drop

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everything and move. Yeah, it's chicago is my favorite city.

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The architecture is unbelievable. The last time that I was

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there, I was, like five or six years old. Not including times that

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I've been in the airport because I've been in O'Hare several times

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but never left the airport. But the last time that I was I was

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asking Corey about this the other day. What's the big

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museum that's in Chicago? Is it natural history?

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The Museum of Natural History. I only know the art museum. That's the one that

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I'm familiar with. I don't know what you're talking about. Yeah, I agree. There's something

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else there, too, but maybe in the Natural History Museum. I'm not sure

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I've never been to Chicago. So the American Museum

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of Natural History is in New York

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City. I need to find

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pictures of what's in Chicago. Somebody who's

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from Chicago. The bean jump in our live

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the Willis tower. There's a lake there. It's a

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great lake. It's lake Michigan. The

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Chicago River. Okay. The Field.

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The Field Museum in Chicago

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is the Natural History Museum, I think.

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I'm checking it out right now. How do you find

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pictures of the outside of a museum? Is that a thing you can

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do? I presume you look up the museum and then select

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images. Well, I've done that. Is it on Google Earth, you

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think? Do you think Google Earth has pictures of the

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maybe. Surely. Probably.

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It's a very famous place. Yeah, this is it. The Field Museum is the one

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that I was thinking of. I think it used to be called the Museum of

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Natural History, and now it's called the Field Museum of Natural History.

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But if you look it up outside the museum, there

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are a large number of steps that lead up to

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the grand entrance of the museum, and there are lots of

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dinosaurs and things like that. And my brother and I were both into

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dinosaurs when we were coming up, and

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I guess I was probably a little older than five or six because my brother

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was definitely on this trip, so let's call it eight or nine. And

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my grandparents took us to the Chicago.

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It was actually a big trip. We went to Washington, DC. As well. But when

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we got to Chicago, we went to this Field Museum of Natural

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History, and it was during the winter, and

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it was snowy and icy, and I'm holding my grandmother's

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hand, and we're walking up these stairs to the Museum of

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Natural History, and she slips on a piece of ice and falls

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down. And I start

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crying a lot like I am

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boohooing. And she who just fell down on the concrete is

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trying to console me, and she's saying, oh, no, Josh,

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I'm fine. I'm okay. And I look her dead in the eyes, and

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I scream, I'm not crying because of you. I'm crying

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because you hurt my hand. That's the kind of

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asshole child that I was. That sounds about

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right. I was wondering where that was going. I'm not going to lie.

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But that was the last time I was in Chicago. After Grandma

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fell down. I definitely thought it was going to be like a dad joke. And

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I got real scared for a second. I was like, You've gotten really far in

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this one. I don't know. I saw your defensive posture. You were

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like, Motherfucker thought you're going. To say way to break the ice,

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Grandma. Jimmy, put on an afghan.

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Jimmy over there with the burka on. What's going on there? He's converting.

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The liberalism is starting to finally affect.

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Anyway. Oh, geez. While we were there, we went on an

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architectural boat tour. That was fun. Yeah, we had

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a retired Bob Barker as our tour guide. He

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was? Yep. Like, actually Bob Barker.

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No, he definitely could have passed. Yeah, he could have been a stunt double,

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for sure. He might have been stunt double in

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Bob Barker is Alive. But do you know who's not? I just found out today.

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Tonight? Gilbert, famous singer guy. Oh, you

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didn't know that? Yeah. No, I had no idea he passed. Tony

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Bennett also died today. Yeah. Tony Bennett died today?

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Yeah. Today? This morning. 96 years old. Dang, that's sad.

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Yeah. Gilbert Godfrey, too.

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He was dead. I announced that Tony Bennett died at work

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today. And everyone at my work said, who's that? And

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I said, what the fuck is wrong with you? You work with people younger

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than you. Is that even possible? No, it's correct. 827.

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Not today. Usually they're young. That sucks. My

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God. Yeah. What

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was your favorite of the skyscrapers, Corey? Did you have a

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um I mean. I really liked the

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one towards the end, the curvy

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one. That was cool.

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How do you describe it as the popcorn buckets one? Yeah, like

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where the lady had popcorn buckets upside down in her office. Yeah,

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that was nice. I like that one. And then

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the black building. I forget what it was called. The one that was

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like the only one that's built east of the no, not

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that one. That's what he called it. Fuck you guys.

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He did call it the black building.

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So the one that I liked the best was, I

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think it was like the street name, like 150

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North Riverside or something like that. But it looks like

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it's a skyscraper that's upside down. Like it's

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more narrow at the bottom than it is at the top,

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which looked really cool. What's funny,

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Rob? I don't know. They're having a sidebar via text

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message. What are you talking about? Could you guys not do this while we're recording

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the podcast? What are you talking about? Why are you peeling back behind the

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curtain? What are you talking about? You're distracting. You're

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distracting. You're wearing a fucking burka.

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Viewers can't see that? Not yet.

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What do you mean? One

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of these days, we're going to make video available. It's going to happen. You need

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better Internet, Jimmy. It's not Jimmy. It's the shitter

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service. No, everybody else looks perfect. Shitter always

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Jimmy who looks like he's recording on a potato. Well, I mean, he's wearing

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a burka, so he's just trying to get the. Full cave experience when it actually

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gets downloaded. Man. When it actually gets downloaded to your

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computer, it looks better than So. No, I agree. Your

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hardware is not the issue. I didn't say you should get a better camera.

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I'm looking at my router and it's uploading just

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fine. Maybe it's your shit or internet

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josh. I think it's actually probably a bandwidth

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limitation of probably this

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broadcast. Yeah, it's probably that. My camera is too high quality for it.

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Yes. Camera too high quality. And it's not able to actually keep

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up in real time. That is a very real

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thing. That's almost what it is. It's like the most moon and night statement that

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I've heard on this podcast. No, my

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camera is much too great. I mean, it's

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fair you guys are using $200 webcam. If we

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were recording, it would look fine. FYI, I'm

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not using a webcam. Yeah, Josh is using his DSLRs. Oh,

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yeah, I forgot you are using it's just 8000. Yeah,

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I'm using my $20 webcam that I bought.

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Yeah. And you look great, Corey. Thank you. You're

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welcome. You look beautiful, Corey. Jimmy. What you got going on,

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buddy? Today I went to work, did

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some training, took my cat to the vet. Turns out she's fine.

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She's a beautiful 14 year old young lady. And

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I just booked my first show where

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I'm headlining as a DJ. How much are you getting paid for

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that? Well, it costs $300 to book the

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venue, and then I get to keep the ticket price. But I

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will likely spread the ticket proceeds

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out to the people that are playing with me. So I probably won't make any

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money. I'm just doing it for fun. So you paid $300

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to book as the headliner? This is

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very normal. Yes. Yes. That sounds a lot like

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the podcast award we were tried to get nominated for.

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That is correct. It

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does. Don't shake your head at me, Rob. It's like, hey,

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we'd love to book you as the feature attraction for our show. Just

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pay us $300. Do you want to know how it works?

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Give us $2,000. An itune gift card.

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Okay. Did you have to okay, now download team viewer

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warning. Go to AnyDesk exe.

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I'm going to take control of your computer. This is totally normal.

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Who is your banquet?

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Read all the numbers on the bottom of your check from left to right. I

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need your mother's maiden name. Go to Best

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Buy by Google Play.

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Do not tell them I'm talking to you. What was

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the name of your first animal? This

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is for family use only.

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What is your mother's maiden name? Okay,

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Corey already said that one. Yeah, well, they did it twice. What the fuck?

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Yeah, it's asking again. Please give it to me again. Please. Yeah, asking

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again. Could you please spell it?

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Use it in a sentence. Do not worry your

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grandson, he will be released soon. Yes, he is at the

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Mexican border trafficking mini cocaine. Please. I love that border. Has

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a T in it now. That's great. Borter border.

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Okay, Rob, what's up with you? What are you doing? Before we go too much

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farther, what was your favorite food in Chicago? I meant to ask earlier, and I

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forgot. I'll let Corey go first. That chocolate

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cake shake. Really?

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That's your favorite thing from Chicago? Yeah.

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If you guys are ever in a place that has a portillo's. You need to

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try the chocolate cake. Shake it. Is it's something else? Let me tell

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you. It's like 2000 calories, but it's worth it. Worth

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it? Worth every fucking one. So I want to answer your question

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two ways, Rob. Okay,

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so we had, like, a shitload of

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pizza in a two and a half day period. The first

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day, I had pizza three times. I mean, that kind of

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checks out. That's, like, the touristy thing to do if you're going to Chicago for

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food. So the first place that we went to was not

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Chicago style. It was just like normal ass wood fired pizza. It was

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pub style. It was good. I got an Italian beef pizza. It was

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delicious. For the record, pub style pizza

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is, like, arguably more popular than

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Chicago deep dish pizza for Chicagoans. Yes.

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I actually talked to a Chicagoan,

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and he was like, Chicago deep dish is for tourists. If you're from

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Chicago, you eat pub style. Yeah. Gotcha. I've only ever

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had deep dish in St. Louis, and it was very good. Did you have St.

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Louis style pizza in Louis? I did. Oh, it's so

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good. Very. That provel cheese is something else.

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I was in St. Louis for three days and only had pizza. It was great.

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Nice. That sounds cool. When we talk

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about the favorite foods we ate in Chicago because we had so much pizza, I

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have to say that the Chicago pub style pizza

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that we had first was probably my favorite. It was a

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well cooked wood, fire brick, oven type

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pizza. It used the fresh mozzarella squares. The

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crust was the right consistency. It was, like, chewy, but

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had a little bit of a crispy crust on the edge. And the cheese was

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well melted, and they had a good sauce. So that,

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compared to the other two or three pizzas that we ate, including the one that

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I made, was my favorite.

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But my favorite food while I was there,

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just from a flavor perspective, was very

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surprising to me because,

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as we've covered on the podcast previously, I'm one of the world's

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pickiest adult eaters on the planet, and

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I have a significant aversion to mashed

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potatoes. Almost like a PTSD type aversion to mashed

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potatoes. And one day we were served by

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these professional chefs that work with us, and they brought out this

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plate that had mashed potatoes on the base. And

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there was a petite chicken type situation

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going on where there was a small chicken

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leg, and then I guess corey, was it the breast of the

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chicken? I think it was a thigh. Was it a thigh? It looked very

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white meaty. Like, it did not look like dark meat to me. It looked like

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white meat. But either way, it was a big

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meaty piece of chicken with surprisingly little bone

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in it. Like, you look at it and you look like you think it's going

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to be a very bone filled chicken. It's got the

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skin on, and it's got some sort of green

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sauce on the top and then some sort of

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multicolored

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vegetable vegetation type thing on top.

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Sauteed vegetation thing. It was pickled vegetables.

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Okay. Yeah, pickled vegetables. Good God. This motherfucker doesn't know what

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vegetables are kind of green. Describing this meal like fucking JRL.

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Tolkien. Get to the point, budy. What I'm saying

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is, normally I would have been very intimidated by just the

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visual appeal of this meal, especially since it was on a bed of mashed potatoes.

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But I ate it, and it was delicious. And from a flavor perspective, that

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was my favorite thing that I ate while we were there. Perhaps you can try

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vegetables elsewhere. Now,

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I also no drank lots

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of alcohol out of a huge seashell. That sounds

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delightful sick. Did it taste like the

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ocean? It was roughly this big. If you can see my hands, the.

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Viewers can't see your hands. How big was it, Josh? You keep saying

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watermelon. If they were viewers, they would be able to see my hands. They're

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listeners. Was it watermelon size? It looks like

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you're holding a big fat ass. I'd say approximately

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watermelon size. Or some double DS. Probably like a

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peach. Maybe a big fat

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ass. It's a

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callback to episode one. For those of you who haven't listened to the back catalog,

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you should listen. To the back catalog. Rob has finally started listening to the back

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catalog. I'm so happy that he's finally listening to our podcast.

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You said this the other day, too. And it's funny because I've listened to every

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single episode.

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What's up, Rob? What have you been doing? I asked you before, and you redirected

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to food. What are you up to? So I've been

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working mostly. I'm finishing training as of

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next week, and then I'll be a big boy and be out on my own.

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We are both going to be big boys. But you can't make any

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commission until October. I can make commission as of August

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3. But you don't get any I don't. Get paid commission

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until October 15. That's wild. What are they going to do

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with it? They're going to keep it in their bank and then pay it to

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us eventually. Small indie

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company. Allegedly. Indie

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company. Fortune 500. Yeah, they are

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Fortune 500. Are they really? Yes.

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Pretty like a reseller. Yes, they are. Well

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reinvented retail for cell

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phones. Really? Yeah. There wasn't retail for

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cell phones before this company. I didn't know that. Are they nationwide?

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Yes. I didn't know that either. They started here.

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The full name of the company has city name in the title.

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Yeah. They are coast to coast. There are some in Washington.

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Yeah. The way you guys have described it sounds like a trunk

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slammer, fly by night type operation. It

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sounds like it. Yeah, it does appear that way, but

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no. Well, funny you mentioned that. No,

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their headquarters is, like, across the

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street from your place of hmm.

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Yeah. Rob, there's something in the background

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in your camera that we haven't talked about on the podcast, but has

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been around for many moons. It is

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a beautiful Apple Boys podcast football

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jersey. Can you tell us a little bit about that? We've certainly discussed

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the jersey, right? Because I wore it, like, when I got

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it. I don't think we've talked about it on the podcast. I certainly haven't shown

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pictures on social media. Okay. Tell us,

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Rob. It's pretty cool. It's yellow and orange and

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has Apple Boys on the front. And then it has I

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think it has my name on the back, right? It

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does, yeah. And it has a

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number for you. It looks like beer suds. Wait, yours has your

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name on the back? Mine just says asshole. That is true. I thought

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everyone said asshole. No, you are just

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asshole. Oh, shit.

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Fuck you, Beaver. Wow.

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All right. Oh, it's because of your sweatshirt. Yeah,

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true. But it's a good

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little jersey. If we didn't get China number one sizes, it would probably fit

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me. But yeah, also

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in advance, it would. Have been, like, seven XL. Yeah. If my

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tubby ass ever decides to become less tubby, then I'll

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also maybe. We'Ll show some pictures.

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That'll be cool. Yeah, it'll be a grand reveal. I'll

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lose weight. I'll model for us. Jimmy will take the

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pictures. It'll be good.

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Yes. Rob will be naked with just the jersey. I will take pictures.

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No problem. That sounds pretty exciting for you.

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Corey and I are going to do

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Barbenheimer movie marathon thing on

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Sunday. Double feature. Yeah. I thought you pretty

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excited. I thought you were going to Oppenheimer with me and

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Jimmy. I am. He's doing AII. Want to see it in 70 millimeter

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IMAX? Yes, but I bought tickets to the local

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shows for both Barbie and Oppenheimer weeks ago.

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I'm going to see it the first time the right way. Yeah. I'm a little

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upset that you're seeing it without us first. Not going to lie.

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You can come. Well, fuck you guys.

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Fuck you, Cory. I'm seeing it the right on. Hold

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on. I disagree with Corey. I agree

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with Jimmy. That is the right way to see it.

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But this is a movie that I cannot

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risk getting spoilers for.

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Historical documentary film. What the fuck are you talking about, man? It's like,

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yeah, I can't get spoilers for Dunkirk. Correct?

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What? Yeah. Same energy. So

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are we buying tickets for this?

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August 6? Is that right? I think it's eigth. It's

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whatever day that Thursday is. No, Sunday. Yeah, Sunday.

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Sunday, August. I get those two mixed up sometimes.

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We talked about the 240 p. M. In all fairness,

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they're very similar in German.

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Yes, because that's how we commonly refer to the days of the week. You fuck

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ass. Sorry, Jimmy. You look like an

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ancillary character on the Showtime television

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series Homeland.

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Thank you. I bought this at

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Bonnaroo to blend in with the wooks. To blend

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in with the what's that now? The wooks. The wookie? What

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the fuck is that? You don't know what a wook is? No. Why would

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I wooks wear this? They are

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people that go to music festivals but don't have jobs, but

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somehow afford to go to music festivals.

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And they borrow money from all of their friends.

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They come up to you and they're like, hey, man,

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can I stay at your house for one night? And then it

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turns into, like, a month. This sounds eerily

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like your upcoming trip to Nashville.

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No, he will have an airbnb for this. No,

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I won't. I'm staying at a friend's house for two days.

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Two days, Corey. And then two days becomes a month. Somehow becomes

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a know why would it become a month? I have two cats have to take

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care of. I don't know, man. I'm a responsible adult. I have why are you

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wearing the. Hood thing right now? Once upon a time, I went to. A music

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festival without a job. All right? Once upon a time, I had a

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401K, Corey. Once upon a time.

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Two weeks ago.

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You're a rat bastard.

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Pot, meat kettle. I'm trying to

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book this goddamn Oppenheimer, and there's no fucking seats available

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four weeks from now that are close to the in a

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good position. Yeah, I was a little worried about that.

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It's fine. Wait, are you being serious?

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Yeah. It's a common issue that

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there's only, like, 30, I think, of these

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theaters in the world, and 17 of them are in the United States.

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And

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they're going to be very popular considering the release. Went to go see

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Bobcat Goldwaite last night. Apparently

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no one knows who that is except for me, I guess. Guess so.

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He was Officer Zed in the Police Academy

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movies. What the fuck is that? He also

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was Shakes the Clown in the movie. Shakes the clown.

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What is that? These are all movies from

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the when you were merely a twinkle in your

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father's eye. Yeah, I'm like, 14. What do you want?

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Yeah, but he's also a stand up comedian, and

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he's very funny. I encourage you to go see him. I started to

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tell his closing story, and Josh stopped me

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and said, no need to tell this on the podcast. So

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I'm literally just going to bite his entire

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and he was talking about how

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he was on a plane and he was flying to

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I think he said he was flying to New York or something like that. And

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one of the engines exploded while they were in the

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air. Yeah. And people were freaking out around

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him. They're in tears and stuff like that. And he looked at the people around

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him. He was like, hey, look. To the flight attendants. They're trained for

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this. If they're not freaking out, you shouldn't be freaking out. They're here for your

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safety. And he said, I looked up at the flight attendants, and both

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of them were in tears, sobing and holding each other's hands, freaking

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out. And he goes, oh, fuck. He then said

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that. Then the captain comes on the intercom.

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He's like, folks, no need to panic. We're going to be

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landing in Cleveland in about two, two and a half minutes.

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We got cleared for an emergency landing. One of the engines has failed, but

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we're going to be on the ground here shortly. And he said that that did

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not bring him any sort of calm whatsoever because

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that's just inhuman to not be panicking in that situation, right? He said

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he would have much preferred if they were like freaking out. Like, fuck, we are

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going to die. I'm about to try some shit I learned to pilot school that

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I've only tried in simulators. This has never been done in a real played before.

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What the fuck? Makes sense.

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His comparison for that was the guy that walks up to you when you're drunk

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at a bar and he's like, I'm going to fucking kill you, man. That guy's

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not going to do anything. He's just showing off for his friends. He just wants

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his friends to hold him off and be like, man, Tommy's had too much to

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drink. Don't worry about it. He's not going to do anything. He's like, the guy

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to be worried about is the guy that comes up and is like, I'm going

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to fucking kill you. He's like, because that guy's actually going to kill

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you for sure. He's going to follow you home. You're going to wake up in

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the middle of the night and he's going to be standing at the end of

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your bed naked with a machete in his hand. And he's like, I can't wait

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to feel you inside of me because he's going to eat you. Oh, my

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god. Yeah. That's exactly how it was

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with my old boss, because he would be yelling all

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the time. But as soon as he started whispering at you, it's the most terrifying

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shit in the world. But then

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he continues saying that the plane is like dropping out of the

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sky. It's rapidly descending.

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It feels like a roller coaster almost like people's drinks are like rising up and

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hitting the ceiling and stuff. And the pilot comes

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back on the intercom and he goes, folks, we're about to be making

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impact with the runway. It's going to be a pretty bumpy landing. There's a lot

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of foam on the runway, though, to put out the flames of the engine. And

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if that doesn't do the trick, well, there's a fire truck waiting for us at

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the end of the runway here. He said, and then, I swear to God, from

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the back of the plane, I just hear fire truck.

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He said in the dead silence of the plane, he couldn't help but just die

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laughing. He's like, what? I'm not making fun of him. That's

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genuinely funny. Just in this horrible moment of panic. He was

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fucking excited about seeing a fire truck.

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And then he talked about he does a lot of directing now. So he

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said that he did something where he was working with eight

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people that had down syndrome. He's like and I dove

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into that world, right? Because there's people with special needs. You have to

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work with them in a special way and things like that. And you can't have

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any super sort of emotional swings, that sort of thing. He's like because one of

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the things about down syndrome is that people have these crazy

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they have insane empathy. So if everyone around them is in a good

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mood and happy, they are naturally going to be in a good mood and happy.

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But if they sense sadness in somebody, then they get this horrible sadness

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around them. He's like, and I took all these guys out to dinner one

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night, and I'm talking to him. He's like and I'm just trying to strike

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up a conversation because it can be difficult to have inner

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human interactions when you don't know what they're going through, that sort of

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thing. He's like, hey, I've got a couple of cats at home. Do you guys

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have any pets? And one of the guys was like, yes, I have a

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dog. He goes, oh, cool. What's his name? His name was Rocky.

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He's dead.

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He said that the guy across from him was like, I have three dogs, and

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they're all dead. This is a horrible discussion. Bobcat, what's

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wrong with you? He said that there's

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this one guy, his name was Kevin. He puts both of his hands on this

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guy's face, and he goes, It's okay. Everything's going to be

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okay. And the guy's like, Get your fucking hands off

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of me. I only want to be touched by girls.

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Deal. That so it was just a whole thing.

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That's how he ended the show. It was good. That sounds

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like a good show, by the way. If you guys are ever

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in a situation where you're on a commercial jetliner and one of the engines

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fails, you're going to be fine. All commercial jetliners are made

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to run on one engine. Yes. Thank you,

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Captain Rob. Just in case you were worried about that in the

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future. Are they made to run on? No,

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no. If there's no engines,

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not good. Fucking problem.

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What would happen there, though, is you would just kind of glide into your

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landing. Yeah, but you wouldn't be able to really

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break either because you don't have

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reverse thrusters then. Well, I mean, that foam shit.

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It's good. Yeah. Denzel Washington landed a plane drunk

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off his ass. That's true. I've seen it.

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Yeah, I did see that as well. In the Hudson.

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Yeah, for sure. Who else has landed

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planes drunk? Didn't. Tom hanks. Yeah, I think Tom

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Hanks landed one drunk. You've landed many planes drunk? Josh

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and flight simulator. You guys want to try to play flight simulator just

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smashed and see who wins.

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But we should do it on one of those crazy simulator servers where you have

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to file flight plans and stuff. Yeah, no, for

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sure. Is that a thing? Yeah. Wait,

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tell me more. There's, like, LARPing flight simulator

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servers where they have air traffic controllers and

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people take it super serial and you have to file

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flight plans to be able to have airspace and that kind of stuff.

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It's wild. If you don't do that, do they shoot you down? I don't

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know. You probably get kicked from the server. Surely they have

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trolls and they have some sort of consequences for those people. But

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no, I've not been privy to

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the flight simulator

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hardcore server or whatever they call it. My favorite YouTube

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videos are people trolling other people on roleplaying servers.

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It's a great time. So what if you are on

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one of these servers and you

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file flight plans and you fly and you

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LARP. And where you're flying to is

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the LARPing strip club. Well, if there's an

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airport there, I guess that's fine.

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Wouldn't we put our business inside airports? The

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LARP club. LARPing. Strip Club. Okay,

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I see. Yes, I agree.

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Yeah. I had no idea where you're going with that. I'm like, budy, this is

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not grand theft auto. I don't know what you're talking about. No, we should do

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that, though. We should open up in an airport, no less.

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Yeah, that'd be cool.

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But for our eventual drunk flight

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simulator competition,

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we should fly. I don't know. We should do some

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cool flight. We can't have Jimmy fly to New York, though. That's

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the only stipulation. Why?

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Well, do you know the Pentagon is, like,

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6.2 million sqft. But it only has,

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like, 278 bathrooms?

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I don't know if either of those stats are accurate. Let's google it.

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Hang on. That was odly specific. That was a shut up, Corey. Shut up,

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Corey. Shut up, Corey.

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Is Josh making a dad joke?

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6.5 million sqft. So very close.

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It's got 7200 bathrooms. I may

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have missed the digit. No, it's

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284. 284 bathrooms?

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Yeah. Okay, hold on. This is

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284 public style restroom.

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Think of it like a big public bathroom. Like, there's multiple

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stalls and shit. Yeah, I didn't say there were only 284

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toilets. Bathrooms.

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Yeah, no, I know what you said. I'm not denying that.

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Just at first that number sounds bad because you think of, like, bathrooms in a

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house and 6.2 million sqft. Not

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good. 6.26.5 million

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seems like a low number of bathrooms. That's a lot of piss. Not a lot

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of places to piss. Hey, what's the square footage on your building

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of work? 60,000. Okay.

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How many bathrooms are in? That probably not true. That is true. Not

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enough. Grossly. Too few.

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Two and a half, technically. Okay, so there's

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two. There's three.

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There's a family restroom. There's one toilet in there. Whatever. It

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doesn't matter anyways. If you scale that up

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60,000. Add two zeros to that to get 6 million.

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Right. Approximately two and a half times

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two zeros. Two zeros to that. It's 2500. Oh, it's

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not. It's 250. Are you for real,

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buddy? Ross, that was.

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Josh is not trolling. That was real. Are

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you really going to challenge Scott Steiner over there to a math

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contest? If you carry the one and you

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divide by six, you got 42 bathrooms per

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square foot. It's really funny because you guys are always going to

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make fun of me for that. But I was fucking right. Like, I was exactly

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correct. Yeah. You're the Rain Man of the podcast. Congratulations, Rob's.

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Defense. During our training, Rob has been number one in math

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for like I can't imagine, calculating mobile plans. Yeah,

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but you guys told us openly that most of

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the people you're in training with literally can't read. That

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is true. I am number one. Congratulations.

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You are the shitters. Rob is number one in math. I am number two in

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math. And then we are the king of the shitters. You're right.

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Number three is this 20 year old Internet not

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going to work for us? Yeah, number three isn't

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even other guy that you guys know. He

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never came off as like, super smart. He's number four.

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He's nice. Yeah, I agree. I

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feel like I need to get tested after this podcast.

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For what? What makes you think that it might be a thing?

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I'm really good with numbers.

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Well, I don't know. It's a combination of the ADHD and

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the really good at numbers thing. I honestly, when you said I need to get

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tested after this podcast, I thought you were saying that this episode is

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so bad you might have gotten AIDS.

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God, no, that's not what I was saying.

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Good Lord, man.

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No, just a touch

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of the Affliction. The TISM.

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It's my favorite tool song. TISM?

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Yeah. I really thought Corey was going to like that a lot more.

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I've done the math

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enough to know how many shots are

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in these claws. Is this tool?

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It is, yeah. I'm smart.

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Well, I just have a deep understanding of the Fibonacci sequence to really

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get it not wrong. A deep

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is like going a little bit too far there.

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I spent 4 hours watching flat Earth videos the other day.

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How was that? Why?

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Hey, look, man, there's flat Earthers all around the right. Yeah,

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yeah. So this lady was talking about how if you go

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on Google Earth, you

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can use your mouse to

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map out the mileage. So, for example, if you wanted to

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go zoom in on the continent of North America

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and you wanted to make these little points around the map, and

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you connect it at the end and make it like a shape, it

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will tell you, based on the area that you've connected, how

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many miles that area

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is. Right. And it will make the shape that you

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made. But if you do the same thing on

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the north or south Pole on Google Earth,

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it always forms a crescent moon shape. You

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can't force it to make a trapezoidal shape or

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anything like that. And that's where I kind of stopped paying attention

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to what she was saying because it sounded really stupid and I haven't checked any

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of it, but she made a lot of crescent moon shapes on the video

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and I just kind of did that for 4 hours. Jesus Christ,

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buddy. Because you're going from the top to the bottom. It's not a two

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dimensional plane. The same

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forgotten in the middle of my

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was. What do you mean, Cory? Hold on. I was helping a lady with her

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phone today. Was she? A flat earth. What is

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do? Is YouTube just like it is on the computer? And I'm

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like, yeah. So I click into YouTube and the first recommended video

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is do COVID vaccines really

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work? And I kept scrolling and it was very

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similar. Shit. So this lady

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was poisoned. I wanted to just delete YouTube from her phone

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so she didn't continue down the rabbit hole, but I couldn't.

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Well, you know, another thing that

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Bobcat was talking about last night was how he wished that he loved

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anything in this world as much as Trump supporters love Trump.

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True. He's like, because I love my girlfriend and my daughter, but I don't have

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fucking hats. That's fair.

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My favorite flat Earther video that I've ever seen by

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far is it's probably 25 30

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minutes long. But it's these two guys

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that are explaining mathematically how

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ancient Egyptians figured out that the Earth was

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round or predicted it way before anyone

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else. And what they did is they basically took a

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post and then cut a hole in it and shined a

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light through it. They obviously used a candle or something at the time, but they

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had a light coming through the hole and then they had a

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pole 20 miles away or however long it was with

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the exact same setup. And the theory was that based on the

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curvature of the Earth, you would have to

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have the light exactly at that

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level. Well, if the Earth was flat, it would be exactly at that level. If

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the Earth was round, you have to have it 6ft up to account for the

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curvature of the Earth, right? And so they go through all this

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setup, they explain the math, they explain everything else going on. They're like, we

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can guarantee today that the Earth is

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flat, and we'll show you exactly how. And they go through everything and

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they get everything set up and they're shining the light, and he's like, yeah, I

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can't see you. What's going on? Something's wrong here.

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And they go in and

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the same kind of thing happens where they're like, we can't see you.

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Something's wrong. And he's like, Why don't you just

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see if you can hold the light up? Like 6ft above your head, and

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he holds it up 6ft, and they immediately see the light, and he just goes,

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yeah. Interesting. We'll have to figure

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out what's going on there. And the end is just like, guess the Earth isn't

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actually flat. But it's so funny that they

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go through all of this shit for 30 minutes, and they're finally like,

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well, we'll go back to the drawing

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board. There's got to be something else out there that's funny. Jesus

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Christ. Can you guys see my yeah. All

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right. Yeah. So me and the listeners

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not to. Make the listeners understand,

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so I want you guys to see this. Hold on, hold on.

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We're making a little shape here. And now we

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know what this area is. And that shape looks roughly what I made,

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right? Yes. When you make the same shape in

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Antarctica, it does this weird little crescent moon thing.

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Because none of this is the bottom of the

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Earth. It's just like the it's the

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I'll Show

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look. We're going to go down

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here. Down, down, baby low street in a Range Rover. Okay,

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so you would agree that this is Antarctica? That's Antarctica. All

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right. So we got our little thing. We're going to click

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here. The ruler. Yeah. And

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I might have to make a new shape. How do I clear it?

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Just click the ruler. Here we go. So select starting point

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and go across here, go down to here.

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Go down to here. Over to here. We're going to

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close this shape. Wow.

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Why does it do that? Explain it to me like I'm five.

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The curvature of the earth. Earth is a

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circle. Yeah, but the Earth is curved

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on all of it. Because it's round. The earth is round It's not

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more curved at the bottom. Right. The

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Mercator projection is making it do that.

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The what? Mercator projection.

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Rob's been to college. This is one of those Rob moments. Where it's

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just like it's a cylindrical map

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projection presented by Flemish geographer and cartographer

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Gerardis Mercator in

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1569.

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Definitely getting tested after this one, boys. Why

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do you know this?

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That's the wildest shit I've ever heard. Of course, he's German.

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He's Flemish. Yeah, he's Flemish, you fucking

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ass. Fuck. Did you know what a Mercator projection is?

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You learned that from Jeopardy, didn't you? No. Well, maybe

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I'm like a sponge when I'm watching Jeopardy. Just soak it all

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in. Why aren't you any of any use at trivia? What the fuck?

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I got most of those questions right.

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I'm just trying to figure out if what Rob said has anything to do

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with the Earth thing. Like, it's impressive that you knew that that

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has anything to do with maps, but I don't know how it relates to what

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we were just talking about. So my best guess is

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that how Google Earth actually is

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laid out. So go back to Google Earth really quick. Share your screen. Go to

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Google Earth. Let me show you this five minutes

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later. So how Google Earth is actually calculating this is they're

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basically taking this as if it's a flat map

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and calculating the area with the mercator projection in mind.

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So that's why Greenland on a flat map looks

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absolutely fucking gigantic. But it's

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not. Yeah, I mean, it's still really big, but it's not nearly

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as big as it looks. Yeah. Mercator projection,

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baby. How about that? Baskin it, boys.

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You just said it. So, matter of factly, the

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name of. This episode is 100% a Touch of the

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TISM.

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Jesus Christ, man. Touching the TISM.

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It's either a touch of the TISM or the Mercator Projection.

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