J2cast: Prepping

J2cast: Prepping Mental Health thoughts, masks and business Vol 2 Ep7

May 11, 2020 Jeff Allender Season 2 Episode 7
J2cast: Prepping
J2cast: Prepping Mental Health thoughts, masks and business Vol 2 Ep7
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J2cast: Prepping
J2cast: Prepping Mental Health thoughts, masks and business Vol 2 Ep7
May 11, 2020 Season 2 Episode 7
Jeff Allender

Jesse and Jeff discuss the quarantine's effects on Jeff's mental health, bad mask information and business during the quarantine. 

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Jesse and Jeff discuss the quarantine's effects on Jeff's mental health, bad mask information and business during the quarantine. 

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Welcome back. This is Ah, the J to Cast Volume two Episode seven And I am Jeff Calendar here with Jesse. Jesse, how you doing today? Finer than frog's hair Split three ways. That's good. That's really good, Cause ah, I'm about done. Uh huh. Not just with I'm just overall. I've ah, uh, in the past for me upon that he did it again in the past. God doing it. No gets. You got that? Let me please forgive us. We're having technical difficulties here. Kill They kill the game a little bit on this thing saying pronounce API with their ego, pronounce api without sound like I'm hurting somebody. Um, we have spoken, and I don't have a list of podcasts here in front of me, but it was back in the day about mentally preparing yourself on. We kind of spoke about it a few podcasts ago that I was surprised in that we're dealing with an epidemic. We're dealing with something. And my biggest problem is I have nothing to do. Yes. Uh, and, uh, it was really getting to me. It was a matter of fact. It was getting to me so much that I I took my friend Kevin up on an offer. We maintain social distance will doing it. He did it separately, but we kept track. It was a virtual online 10 mile run for this Star Wars metal with a man DeLorean. And you completed Ideo You did it. You did? One mile, one day, two miles the next day, three miles the next day and four miles the next day. Okay, so you added upto 10 miles over that many days. I am not a runner. I've never claimed to be. Never liked it. I've never understood how people get addicted to it. I haven't. But I decided to do it because I needed. I was really missing that hour a day I used to use at the gym to just be in my own little area. Yeah, and, uh, I I work out with other people when they say, Hey, can you join me? Well, well, we will spot each other, You know, It's a good way to do maxes and rise like that, right? Safety first. But normally I don't Max, right. So most days and the people go watch your max. I have no idea. I have always had a proximity issue with spotters while benching there's, uh, dangly bits just to close. We're not wearing the right gear, then early nineties basketball shorts. Um, now you say that I have a thing gets the current basketball shorts. I want shorts. I don't want the choux low pants. Right. So, uh, I like him to be just above my knee. Yeah. Yeah, Well, maybe a little higher, maybe a touch higher. So somewhere somewhere between Charlie promote and m Bermuda, I don't want to look like those late seventies early eighties pants. Like, uh, uh, Magic Johnson. And those guys were the ones where you could tell someone's ethnicity at certain angles. Uh, and, uh so? So if the seventies coat shorts Yeah. So that's how bad this has gotten for me. I've actually started running, okay. And ah, I still don't enjoy, right? You want you and I both as one thing we share. We're both pretty good shape when but, you know, we have very different physical builds. And but neither of us are natural born runners, um, or natural born sprinter over short distances. In high school, I was a sprinter. It was a fast sprinter for the first two years, right? And then I started getting mass. My shoulders got bigger. All this. You know, when I graduated high school, I was, uh, 6162 Somewhere around there, £180.32 inch waist, 32 inch inseam. Uh ah. 48 inch chest. I looked like a teenager, you know, like I'd give money to look. Wow. Yeah, so I would, But it was no longer a sprinter. Went out for track my junior year. We found that out very quickly. They said here you're Maybe you should try this other stuff. So, uh, not staying on track team that year. Ah, so you know, mentally, it's been getting to me, and Ah, So it's reinforced my belief that having a way to mentally deal with in some people, you know, it's yoga. Some was excised summits, reading summits. You gotta have that. And I have not had that. And it's been getting to me. Um, I'm getting, uh I am getting I don't know if angry is the right word for it, but beginning very upset at I'm not sure if it's right to call it God. Fate the universe. And it's a sweet old as I told you before we come on here, I feel bad about it because I haven't suffered at work. Uh, we've just came out with Tony getting better. My father is better, uh, in all this, But now we're dealing with these other things and things that, you know, Um, I thought I had no control before. Now I'm now I'm coming upon a the realization that with all my preparations, all my everything else, I'm even it less control. And, ah, because of this and part of the problem I have is I'm not 100% sold that I'm out of control for a good reason. Okay, if if you're one of the people that believe in a nanny state and you're like, let's just turn it over to him, let her take care of it. Meaning you Probably not listening at this pop breast. Maybe you're doing the better. I'm not to that point. And, uh, my son should be graduating this month, and I haven't spoke about this with Tony, cause she's having a hard enough time with the match. Is probably a list of the podcast is the first he's gonna hear about this, but, uh, I keep finding myself getting these waves of anger during and it's just a wave. It just come on, it'll go. And it always has to do with him and his situation, not mine, and hit yesterday. Uh, because, uh, we had to go to Sam's carving, pick up some stuff, Which, by the way, just a quick aside. Sam's club was toast on ground beef. Bacon. They were low on lunch meats. Even the seafood was wiped out. Yeah. So, uh, got a nephew that works for another grocery store in the area that he works in the meat department. Walked in this morning to a naked meat counter. Yeah, I just amazed me. I never I never thought unless we were off grid. I never thought I'd see Sam's empty. Right. So anyways, back to the story, uh, I'm having a hard enough time coming to grips with the fact that Carter is not going to get an actual graduation, right? That irritates me. Nobody. I can't point my finger at any one person. Say this is your fault. Then he got a letter yesterday, uh, from a national guard since he's due to go to basic June 8th. Uh, and ah, he took it better. And I did, uh I didn't say anything to him, and he doesn't listen to broadcast. This is okay to say, uh, they have informed him that he is too self quarantine two weeks before he leaps. Okay, well, that's not far away. Right? So and him and I talked about this other part yesterday. We I have a deal with my kids. You graduate, I take you on a trip, you choose, or the trip is we go do it. And ah, that's done. We can't do that, right? You know, we can't do that. Even if we could. Even we said you know what? We're gonna wear the masks on the plane. Where? Do this. We're gonna go somewhere. I wouldn't be open. Right. So, uh, so that's out, right? Graduations out. Uh, now, with the two week self quarantine, any going away parties out, we can't have a dinner for it unless you have it more than two weeks. Right? But now you were in the middle of thing. You can't fit a dinner of that size in a restaurant uh, you know who you know some of your friends might show up, but others won't because of it. Um, so it sucks. It really sucks. And to back up a little bit. I was trying to put a party together for my wife when she got fully released from her treatment. Right. Well, she got notified the other day that she's clear to have report removed. Can't do hang with that. Right. So, uh, I've got these. I've got these, uh, events that I feel should be celebrated. Should be acknowledged. Should be done with it. Can't do it right. That's yeah. And it's It's every once a while it'll hit me and I'll get like, I'm getting emotional now about it, but it made me angry. It'll just be like, I don't know who to be mad at. If we ever find out that this was released. God help him. Ah, when I started out this year, I remember telling Tony I was like, Let's just get through 2019. Let's just get through. 2019 2020. Can't be worse. That's what I told myself all last year. And here we are. Murder, hornets and all was I ever wrong. So, uh, and maybe that's the reason, uh, gaining the mental thing. Mess reason that I got a whole of ah, buddy of mine last night and I said, Hey, man, I tried toe leave you something on Facebook and he says, I'm done. I'm on Facebook and I said, Oh, your because Yeah, he says, I can't take any more garage scientists. I can't take any more people making things up. I can't take any Maura people re posting things that aren't at all factual, he says. He says I over. I just can't take it Hey says, Ah, I've kept my twitter. He's even my girlfriend. I told her, If you don't talk to me, call me. Yeah, so And I said, Dude, you're I'm I'm jealous. I said, I love that idea. I don't know if I could do it. I said you ought to start a movement and he can't start a movement without being on social media. Oh, you're right. Well, the type of movement that you can that you can build that you can do on social media has, you know, has its limitations. So, uh, uh, I was jealous of me. I was like, Like, totally believe that because I I have had it with these online scientists. And I mentioned a little bit of it. I think it was last week, maybe two weeks ago. You know, these people that are Don't go outside, Don't go anywhere. You make every exit garnish. You can keep spread and you're gonna kill everybody. And I keep asking, Why do you believe three month old science? But you continue to eat badly, not exercise smoke. So decades of science Yeah, yeah, e If you're if you're that concerned, if it's such a priority decades of science, you don't care. Well, it's not currently trending. Yeah, so well, And I wonder if you were to put you go to CNN, you get the year lease and you and you put they've got the current infected, the current, the number of dead. If it's really a concern like that, if that's the concern we're losing this many a day. Why are we not doing that with car accidents? Why are we not doing that? Why do we not start? It's obviously it's obvious. They're not doing things about motor vehicle safety on that. Why do we not start on Memorial Day and give a daily count of swimming pool deaths until Labor Day? There you go. Why do it is the season? Yeah, why? You know, why is this? And I think it's just because they want our eyes on their or than a running or the number of people that almost blow their face off around the fourth of July. I added that number of this last year. Uh, so I just wire the why are we not doing, you know, the number of heart attacks today? Why are we not doing number of how much secretary lifestyle and bad eating habits is? Number is the number one killer number number of, ah, number of lung cancer deaths today. Number of you know all this wire Y you, Why is a country we so fixated on this one thing And somebody, ELISA Well, if your family member is one of those 70,000 that are dead, I bet it's important. Well, yeah, of course it is. Your family members, one of the few people that die because they got beat by a rock. It's important to you. It doesn't mean we have to focus on rocks. In that instance, um, I have a, uh, heightened interest in awareness of mesothelioma. It's relatively relatively rare, and, ah, you know, but because I lost my mother toe mesothelioma, it does hit home a little bit more. But, you know, I'm not out there picketing that we should be Chloe closing down shipyards and, you know, warning everyone about the dangers of of aspirated asbestos. Well, on one side of the dangers of that now, you know, the sad thing about mesothelioma is the time from exposure to the time you're affected. You know, back when they were exposed, it wasn't that big of a deal. I remember when I look in 10 to 50 years, I was in high school. I remember in high school. So this is the late eighties, taking a chemistry class, and my chemistry teacher who used to work for DuPont regale ing us with the miracle thing. That is asbestos. Yeah. You know, he had asbestos mats. He has his message gloves. He had all this and was telling us how wonderful this stuff Waas? Yes. So that was in the late 18. Because it was fantastic. Insulated right That was in the late eighties. Uh, so ah, you know, that's that's the thing on that. Now, there was a story going around. I have not seen any proof of it that if you are looking to go in the military and you catch covert that it even if you get better, it renders you unfit for military service. I saw I saw a reference to that, but I didn't have any chance to look into the validity of it. This gets me into the science parks before saying Why? Why why would anyone do you think of is they've now a few scientists have said we think this is going to affect them their lung capacity into the future rights so they don't want to be ableto come back as a claim against a But you're you're talking about once again how many months of science. So we're projecting How far out what? What would they worry about that we're just now worrying about, you know, people being sick from burn pits and from Vietnam Desert Storm, uh, and Operation Iraqi freedom. And, you know, they're just now starting pay attention to two people have been sick from from the burn pits. So this this whole thing of the science And that's why I posted those. You listen, but aren't friends with beyond Facebook getting see it? But I posted the other day. I said, Let's go back to middle school science. And that is, uh I've seen her brain for it. And the bodies know that. Thea, my gosh. My bring just fired or just fried on me here. Uh, if something happens at the same time, doesn't mean it's causation, right? Uh, yeah. Maria post on. Yeah, uh, and I and usually I can pull this off the top. My head and I just had a This shows my mental state that my, uh uh, my head is just not in the right spot. Um, but I'm gonna find it here because I'm that stubborn. Uh, here's folks. Yeah, not going about, uh, and, uh uh, I just wish my brain wouldn't be playing with me right now. That's what I wish. Um, see, I can remember totally that I posted about Brian. How? Passing away. Lead one of lead singers of ah, of ah, bad company. Aiken. I can, uh, uh remember all that on on that note Have you happen? Have seen the guy. Could commercial That involves the band rat. Yeah, Yeah. Okay. Before I had a had a reference point on their had a friend post on social media about Ah, you know, talking about how you know they haven't aged. Well, that is a huge understatement. I had the opportunity to see that That that commercial here recently And you know anyone? I mean, everyone's heard some music from rat, whether you realize it or not. And because round and round keeps making correlation does not, does not equal correlation does not equal causation my brain. But yeah, there's, uh I, I wonder I mean, did they just prop the corpse up and working like a string puppet of what? But But that was you. That was hard to see. When you have unlimited amounts to drink, smoke and carry on with inject anything else you remember Rat was huge. One time. Yes. And when you're a huge band, you have everything served to you on a silver platter and you're surrounded by yes men. Yeah, you're You don't pay people to say no, right? Yeah. So, uh, yeah, but I'm just what? I'm just waiting. You know what? Once all the modern crap music has taken over and there's, you know, we have no real musicians left, and then the rest of the have died off, and then, you know, and then Keith Richards actually comes out and, you know, and declares that you know that he is the immortal, you know, now that he's absorbed all the energies of of all of, you know, all the other rock legends and and everything, so we know we would. You have crap music and bad TV. And then there's the final duel between Keith Richards and Betty White. Well, there is good music out now. You just have to find it. And it's not on the radio. Okay? Sees that that that's where you hit the hitter. My GTO. I I don't I'm not gonna hunt from a music. Well, and my hunt me for it. I mean, you gotta go. Austin, Texas. I've got to go to, uh, Nashville. You got to go to Memphis. You gotta go. You go to the parts of those towns like Beale Street, where you just walk down the street and you hear the music coming out of each place. Okay? It's like you kind of walked by and they're also restaurant scene Go. That smells good. Or that sounds good. And you choose where to go from there. OK, now, Yeah, that that sounds That's what mean by hunt. Okay, that's that. That's better. And pretty much on depend. If I hear anything new, it's Ah, it's something suggested to me by someone I know and trust their taste on social media, which I do have toe say, That's how I got introduced a hailstorm now and hailstorm actually gets radio. That's the amazing thing about it. Uh, love hailstorm, they, uh you know, I've been exposed through some people I know that are active musicians do get radio, play, uh, to more people that don't. And there are some excellent musicians out there, but they just they're not using. Ah, they're not wrapping their not using, uh, you know, uh, auto town, you auto tune there actually performing and those guys air in the clubs still support live music, right? And with this current situation, unfortunately, uh uh, for a while there, Beale Street was boarded up. Yeah, you know that they had real straight. Word up. They've reopened, but no live music. Uh, there was one place in Austin. I wish I could remember. His name is like, give him a shout out. But he was live music place They can't open, have people in they could happy will pick up food. So this guy, actually I twisted the stage around and put a plexiglass front up. So the man's complaint for people standing in line so the bands could still make some money, cause it's getting very, very difficult for musicians out there right now. Uh, but, uh, there are some fantastic, fantastic performers. We don't hear him on the radio anymore, because what gets consumed is not the good stuff. It's the it sold on image. You know, Keith Richards, you run Keith, Richard, Keith Richards and Mick Jagger could never get to be where they are now, because they're not what is called, uh, marketable video friendly right there, Not the grace looking guys. Yeah, yeah. Um, the, uh what was the video with Mick Jagger and was Mick Jagger and David Bowie dancing in the street and sing in the streets that it's if you haven't watched it look it up. David Bowie Mick Jagger dancing in the streets Keep a strong drink handy. Ah, afterwards it'll wash the taste out of your mouth. It's so eighties, though. And it is, You know, we have all at some point in time, you know, kind of swayed along or jammed out toe to that song. Audibly speaking. It was a great song, but when you wash the video that will burn into your mind And you're right, they are not video friendly, Mabel. So But we got onto this because the correlation does is not the same as causation, absolute and, ah, popular thing. I was talking to my daughter about this and ah, because she and I'll give my daughter credit. She made a post about people going out in the number of people getting sick and all this and I posted. I said, you you don't know this from the article. You just you decided you don't know what you're claiming because correlation does not equal causation. That's foundation of research science. Uh, and some people kind of look at you funny, Yogi and I say well, and the example I like to use is in the summertime murders go up in the summertime, ice cream sales go up. That doesn't mean that ice cream causes murder. Or does it? It's just a correlation. The data, it happens at the same time. But they're they're not related, right? So don't put this toothy East two things together, like, you know, because of that, because, well, the particular story she wrote she read was, uh, cases in misery go up. And then it says, also in the also there was a mass protest in Jefferson City, and I said that the problem is, we don't know if any of the people that pro tested were in the number of cases that went up right. We don't know if they expose. We don't know the fact that one happened and the other happened. We have no way of knowing the to our connected C and the thing about people who follow those articles and people that write those articles. It's the cat in the laser pointer. And, you know, at some point I honestly I mean, you know, human beings aren't cats, likes to hope not. And summer clothes Yeah, I mean, you just stop looking at the dot and look out there and realize it's just a jerk with laser pointer and not the mysterious thing you must kill. And that's why I say this isn't which leads me in to. I know we've covered this a little bit when we get back into a partially because I got a text Facebook message from a friend from high school and she does listen to the podcast some. And she was telling me because she was having how cold a rift. But they were having quite a bit of conversation at her house because, um, her husband was not quite up to her standards of personal protection. Okay, lets you elaborations, and, uh, I I learned some things from it because she says he is sticking to his military training. She thinks they need to doom or because she is has been trained, uh, in she's got quite a few chickens. I don't mean a few chicken. Them should get quite a few chickens. Okay, but she's not a factory form. These were just chicken. She raises butchers, sell the eggs, etcetera. But she's she doesn't have Tyson or Simmons or somebody behind her. Thank God soniya. She has gotten a lot of education on avoiding avian flu and things that would have to eradicate her flock. Right? I had no idea of the amount of things went into that. I I've been familiar with it. I didn't know. I mean, I was familiar by it. No, they even on the bigger farms, now have pads. You have to drive your car over to make sure that you're not carrying anything on your tires and things like that. That just so Cindy. I did read your email, responded back to your latest when I haven't gotten back with you on. But I did read this. I was amazed was a wow. That is incredible. Eso part of it is just which side of the which side are you looking at it from? I kind of I responded. Do rice. Well, I could definitely see why your husband would stick with his training. Well, twenties you had familiarity in, uh, retired from military after 20 some years and eventually had an opportunity to see it in practical application. So I got to do that. But this brings me to the point of he has his opinion. She has her opinion both based on training, huh? So I'm not really want to get in the middle of that one. However, if you know people that are into it wanting to wear masks, I think you should go ahead, knock yourself out where the mask learn the proper way to wear the mask, learn the proper way to handle the mask. No. And then shut up about it. Yes. And where it or don't, uh, I was in Sam's Club the other day. One guy was walk around was mascots forehead. Another woman's walk around. She had the mask. It was off so she could talk on her cell phone. Uh, now I will say the people that work, it seems about half of them. They were wearing the mask with their nose exposed. I started to laugh at him, and then I stopped because I realized what it what it was for, why they were doing that. They were rebelling. It was a quiet rebellion because they don't want to wear. The masks are being told. They have to buy where they work. So they're following the letter of what they're told. Just not the spirit. Yes. So it's a rebellion They're rebelling by when you can make me wear it. But I'm still gonna wear it this way. Yes. Which is, you know, uh, good, good. Good for them on on that level. Business owners have a tougher time. Yeah, exactly. Business owners have to abide by it, and that's why the business owners are doing it. I understand that. You know all that. But I did. I just I thought it was, uh Oh, this is a This is a quiet rebellion. This is I want to do it because you make me. But I'm not gonna do it. I'm not gonna do it to the letter, okay? I've been Sam's recently to, and I and and my only contradiction years. Your statement is I think you're giving a bit much credit. I don't think it's a zoo much, you know, a Zaha as a consolidated may be quite quite rebellion. I think what we're looking at there is half as laziness. Don't ruin my upside to this. Just I need this right now, okay? It's a quiet rebellion of folks. It's a concerted, quiet rebellion. I won't go into the story we told earlier. Remember when I said I'm choosing to believe you said this because this I'm sticking. I need this right. Okay, okay. I need this. All right. Okay. I stand in solidarity with Jeff that it's a quiet rebellion. Now, I may experience something different on my next trip, but now, on the other hand, those are you who don't want to wear masks. God bless you. Especially those of you who are trying to find scientific reasons. Not to a friend of mine. This is not about masks. He's in the ham radio group with me. He's a fellow gun nut. He posted a picture of the other day. This isn't quite the same, but it's getting to my point of Margaret scene and saying, singer, standing on the back of a wagon And there's all these women KKK people with their hands in the air towards her. Here's the problem. The picture was fake. It was obviously fake. Some people, he's point it and he goes well, and I pointed out to me. So that's pictures. Not legit. He says, Well, what the words says underneath it are I said okay, yeah, her views on on Ah, the eradication and genetics and and uh, eugenic subjects like our our well known uh, that's fine. Those are enough. We don't need to manufacture evidence. It discredits the the actual statement. Yeah, by manufacturing the image. I said, the worst part of this is the photo shop John and Ice White told us, and the Photoshopped job is so bad that offends me more than any other stuff, I said, There's two different focal points in the picture. She is at a higher resolution than the rest of the picture. I said, just the fact that they're trying to pass this office legit. I find issue with, you know, there were. There were plenty of legitimate photos of Margaret Singer in situations not too dissimilar from one from what you described that are legitimate, there's There's no reason for this, She admitted she spoke to the K to the clan. Yes. She didn't hide it. No, she, uh So it was just when you have riel, you don't toe offer fake. Is it disingenuous? It de legitimizes your the anything that would actually be productive out of the out of the legitimate statement. So that's why I want to stock to the people who don't want to wear masks. That's fine. I'm all for your freedom. I back you completely. I understand you don't want to, you know, and I don't care why. I don't care what your reason is if you don't want to. To me in the in a free land, that's enough. Okay, so I don't know. However, those who you were posting Mihm's claiming that an in 95 mask will reduce your oxygen intake by 60%. That's nuts. You're just, I hope in either a You're just trying to stay on a soapbox And don't start looking at what you're saying. Or B. You're just confused. I saw I felt one of those this morning, and it was just, you know, I have my arguments against the mask wearing, but that is obviously not one there. I did look up some studies on N 95 masks, and the only one I could find was by Stanford and was specifically about pregnant women for long periods of time. All right, now they do reduce by anywhere up to 20% if 20% reduction in air quantity. Now, this is an auction. This is just overall air quality quantity is an issue for you. You shouldn't be out in this anyhow. Yeah, because you already have compromised respiratory. You've already got an issue. That cove it is going to tear you up with you should be at home. Yep. Period. You shouldn't even be thinking about a mask. A mask should me. Honestly, it's It's a lot like condoms and STDs. If you're really thinking the person you're with has an STD. Do you only want a thin piece of rubber separating you from that STD? I think some miles the distance and probably good eso you know, condoms for birth control or a whole different thing. Condoms for STDs. Is that really all the protection you want? See that your your your example? There's is just another reinforcement to, you know, the positive pressure filtered hoods. So now that not doubt is not a village not as a condom. Not as not as economists I know. Don't take this to think it'll protect those will protect you for any STD those air. For a while, that just conjured a weird mental image. Oh, a letter. Listeners do their own ventilation hoods will not help with birth control or STD prevention. I can't argue the birth control point, though, because I mean, really, who's gonna wanna I guess you're lonely enough. I don't know. I mean, I see are people every day with kids, and I'm like, Who did that to them? Eso Okay, I'm so Yeah. Yeah, that that I think. I think that's that's what the other podcast we were talking about. Okay, for the love of God, can we please move on? Pick a subject, Give pick us up. So that's gonna be the part. People remember to, uh, you Anyhow, that's what I feel. But if you're honestly your that worried because once again, a little science for you when you're walking around without a mask. Now, this doesn't include large cities with pollution problems. You know, I'm not time out. Beijing, right? Or l A. On a bad day, it's gotten better from what I hear, uh, you know, that's totally different, but let's say here in Joplin Yeah, maybe you hear job on the when the dog food plants are really up and going. Uh huh. Mountain in Colorado, Europe. Above their it about 9 18,000 feet of you are still breathing primarily nitrogen. Nitrogen is the biggest part of the gas. 72%. Well, I'm glad you asked. I happen to bring up a chart. As soon as I find my mouse here mess with I can verify he did find a chart. Just a riot Cursor. Different window. Okay, Uh, because I remember this from from this from high school science. So I was like, Wait a second. 78% and a decimal place. The decimal point, uh is oxygen is nitrogen 20 roughly oxygen. Just under 1% are gone. And 0.38% is carbon dioxide, which leads to the next claim by you. A mask. Crazy people. Garage scientists Rover lumping right. Like in terms. Another claim is that the n 95 mask traps carbon dioxide in the masks year forced to re Breathitt. Okay. All right. Here's a bit of of information for those of you who don't understand how the human body fully works. When you breathe out, you do not fully empty your lungs. No carbon dioxide and oxygen and nitrogen. All are still in your lungs. Your body If you were to fully collab fully empty your lungs, they would collapse and very difficult to refill. Right? So you never My wife has a scar from that. You never completely get the carbon dioxide out of your lungs. No. All right. And when you breathe out, what else do you breathe out besides carbon dioxide oxygen that you didn't process since you didn't brought us a nitrogen that you didn't process? All this stuff comes back out, so it's all gonna get in there. So if you're worried about that little thing in Plus, why would it trap all that if you because you know it. Because it's permeable membrane well, and not only, but a lot of in 95 masks have the valve that releases when you breathe out right and closes when you breathe in. So it's easier for things to get out. So if your argument is, you can't breathe everything in because of this. Well, your arguments should be open to the carbon dioxide leaving them. One would think so. It's you guys you can't believe this time. I'm thinking a change in this podcast from prepping to just B s. I found on Facebook today. I you know, but the two subject matters or not, are not mutually exclusive. So Well, because if you believe that your un prepared, uh, if you believe everything that comes across his face, the face book and you're looking stuff, it's not researched. It's just somebody. I'm gonna put this on here. I want to do this. Well, I could be anything in the mean time, unlike the guy belongs is not too right leaning. Well, unlike the guy who did the Margaret Singer me that picture Mike and Photoshopped, right? Yes. Yes, yeah, yeah. You got those keyboard skills so I could make a mean that says anything, huh? I gotta mean generator. Yeah. And, you know, and make it and I can fake a picture. You know, you're so a lot better at it to me, so I can if I want to do, I could do this. And it wouldn't be in your best interest to believe what I said. Because I would say, Well, if you believe everything that's posted on Facebook, you'd have to believe that I am currently insisting on being referred to as the mom. One sent by God, right? Yes. So, uh, I know nobody has referred to me. That to me is that that I know of, which really disappoints me. So your demands were not are not being met even though you have, you have rightfully on under the current under the rule rule the current zeitgeist, the zeitgeist I see. Well, I wanted to make it sound sound a little worse with you under the curtain Certain current rules put forth by the court of public opinion. And, of course, that's just abbreviated to zeitgeist. Um, yeah. Uh, I don't think I don't think Joe Joe Biden actually sniffed Nicole Arbour. I mean, I believe it, but I don't think he actually did. But I saw it on a picture. Know well, clear. I saw it on picture on Facebook. So it's got it's got It's got to be true and moves. I don't think I've actually suffocated in an n 95 mask and fed aware. I'm a lot in my life. Help usually work environments. Well, there's and they're believing in the next thing. 20% reduction of 20% reduction is not much. How do I know this? Because I know people who work out with masks whose job is to reduce the amount of oxygen. The intake right. They do that because it bumps up the red blood cells much like living at altitude. Right. It bumps up your red blood cells, gives you more red blood cells, carry oxygen. So when you're not wearing the mask, you can have Now this. I've not seen science to support this. This is what they said. It's a theory of all that. Now. One thing I can tell you from personal experience is two things, first of all, on the mask, degrading your oxygen, coming in as somebody who in high school had allergy induced asthma attacks and was raised on a farm, a wheat farm and one of my allergies was weak dust. I can tell you, I've worn a master three late summer Kansas Western Kansas is wheat dust. I have worn a master three, even with you know, these reactions because the mask help reduce some of that. But I still had reactions. I still had bronchial swelling, things like that. I was still able to breathe and drive a truck because I had to drive the week trip because I wasn't old enough to do what was the one story didn't try the term very well. OK, that wasn't a week truck. That was a big Okay, I was 12. Okay? I never drove a week truck illegally, and I never rolled a week. Drugs. That was OK. That was a pick up in your a few years, OK? So can be altered. Covered? Yeah. Uh, so I can tell you that these allow enough oxygen there even any even any resisted state where my body was not you expelling all the airmall links to a greater extent than normal. Because that's what ASM is. You can't empty your lungs to make room for new here. You know, people, a lot of people think it's you can't breathe in. Problem is, you can breathe in. You can't get rid of that air to breathe out. And, uh, when you're watching it from the outside, it looks like, right? Yeah, yeah. Uh, So, anyhow, I I can tell you the masks do not reduce that. The masks you use for vo training where you're limiting it limit much more than the 95. And people run miles with those things. Yes, Not to mention that's part of training for, like, free divers and stuff into, isn't it? Yeah, and it just It's deal now and all The other thing I tell you is when you breathe at low your magic, it goes up. And with my recent running, one of my surprises, especially with a history of asthma, is Ah, I was never out of breath. My legs hurt. Quit moving. Ah, and all that. But with my, uh, testosterone replacement therapy that I've mentioned for him on one of the side effects is it bumps your Madhukar way up. As a matter of fact, my it's high enough right now. They're told me to go give blood toe, bring it back down. Never out of breath. I hurt. I was slow. I did all sorts. Things never stopped and panted, though. So I can tell you when you're Madhukar, it goes up, the breathing gets easier. That's a good side note. Uh, so, uh, that's not legit. Plus, if they were this restrictive, that's an issue. What had previously been covered? How would these How would these surgeons do? 12 14 15. Our surgeries. They want lots of training. They will, and they wouldn't do him well I'd be a lot busier. Yeah. Yeah. So you know those you were pushing the masks? Fine. Push the masks. Keep it under control, though. Don't go out. Don't ruin your own argument by bringing in fallacies. Yeah, and if you're gonna wear a mass, it's nothing more than a couple heirs of Walmart fashion, fabric and and stuff. Where, where it or don't hear that? I mean, I can I go down the list about homemade masks and we're, you know, adding filter components into them. And but just as far as for this particular incidence and and this quote unquote pandemic, um, if you're gonna wear it where it or don't if you see me wearing a mask, there is going to be one re cause I'm not worried about it. But if you do see me wearing a mask, there will be One reason I'm wearing a mask is because you're symptomatic because I'm symptomatic. I'm keep my backside at home. Right, But well, I mean not insert code symptomatic living because I don't want to Ah, if I'm symptomatic, I don't want to go out. Give it to you and you take it home to your wife, right? Who already has immune deficient immuno compromised system mania. So if I'm symptomatic, I'm not going to be here. I'm not talking to you because I'm gonna be cognizant of the fact that whatever I take out into the into the area could be transferred to you or somebody else. So what was your reason? Same reason I conceal carry for the comfort of others for the comfort of others. Have another have enough. People are losing their mind. And I can get in and out of a place faster and is a great man. Uh, I'll start wearing one. Just fly under the radar to fly Just to do that. Just And not only that, you could almost say to be polite if enough people and I hope it doesn't get this way, lose their minds. I'm going to do it. Or if I go into a store and they say you can't come in, you gotta wear something. I'll get the the Shamaa gout and may I know it's not going to do the job right? But as long as it makes it so I'm now agreement. I'm now I'm not, and I guess maybe that's where I fail as a proponent. Liberty, I'm not. If it's the difference between getting a jug of milk and raising a fit at the front door, I'd rather get in milk. Yeah, get I'd rather get milk and leave because that means that if you start raising if it that means you're gonna inevitably end up in a conversation with a moron. And I were mass to avoid that I I concur with it on on principle. So the same kind of thing that I like to wear I'll I prefer to conceal carry. There's some people that want to open carry because Second Amendment, I'm showing it on month. That's fine. I prefer concealed carry on that aspect I conceal carry because I know there's a certain percentage of the population. If I'm concealed carry, I'm throwing them off by even being in the room with him. And if anything bad happens, they have expectations, or at least eyes on you. They're gonna it'll if they hear done. There go. Why? I saw a guy who was six foot one over £200 he had a 1911 strapped on, and I, you know and course if it is in 1911. By the time it gets the story gets told, it's going to be It's going to be a weapon. Yeah, yeah, yeah. It's an air air 50 15 Desert Eagle, Bazooka. That fire's you know, hyper hyper fast rounds that explode on impact. Yes, yes, with a with 100 round clip. Yeah. So in that case, I like being the green man I, like be able to carry. I like me will do that, but I also like to not bring in anyone's attention because they're going to be going. What's that guy doing? Look at the grand that things like that. I just I like flying under the radar. I prefer that it's a lot less hassle. Yeah, And also you Can you, uh you can come and go without even some places that would rather you not. And they're gonna stop you. You know, walmart, I don't think doesn't anymore, because I've seen some people open carry in Rome art. But for a while there, after the situation in Springfield, right? They were actively telling people don't come in here Open. Carry. Right. So, uh, concealed carry avoids that. Absolutely so uh, you know, and I just think so. If I'm wearing a mask, if I'm wearing my you know, uh, smog or anything else, it's just because I deem it more of a gray man situation that allows me to blend in, get something done and get back out. Now, I want to tell you this is also the same reason I love the self checkouts. I know a lot of people don't like him, but I love self. I get in, I get out minimal human contact, and I don't, uh, and I know my suspect, right? So I just you know, this, this type of situation I really like those, uh, but yeah, that's that will be when I wear a mask is when I deem it to be the way to blend in more. Yeah, well, when the mask becomes camel flush and because it's bad enough, it's bad enough. If I believe it's bad enough that I I'm risking it by being out in public. Now, let's go on. Let's get this figured out. Let me state this were you and I live in an area that has had seven confirmed cases. Don't know those air seven with press with cases that are just presumed. Okay, that includes presumed that's not many. Okay. And zero death will one death that was afterwards. Credited to covert because he tested positive after he died. He died of a heart issue, was tested later. He had Cove. It actually died of a heart issue, but it got countered is go over death because he tested positive after the fact. Keep my comments to myself for time constraints. So, uh, with those numbers, I feel perfectly safe moving around Joplin. Yes. Now, the question is, would I get on a subway in New York right now? I wouldn't do it under normal conditions have done it. You check that one off the list, I'm done. But you know what I get on? They're not. Unless I absolutely have to. Now, if you came up with a reason somehow you've got to get on there. Would I wear a mask? Yes, but I'm tempted to wear a mask in those situations anyhow. Yes. So, uh, yes, uh, in a lot of situations on there, I probably wear a mask with a little smear of Vicks on the inside of it. Just just just kind of just even out the smells. I rode the Bart one time in San Francisco and really wish I had something. It wasn't. It wasn't an offensive smell. It was just enough mold and mildew to be uncomfortable to breathe in. Yeah, you know, that kind of thing. Uh, so you would I do that? No. But if I was fearful enough to think I needed the mask, I would not leave home. Right, because once again, I'm not trusting my health and my family's health toe on Lee. That equipment, right? But the but the statistics that have come out about what the buyers presents, and especially in conjunction with population density, uh, and reports in our area, it doesn't warrant it, right? I mean, and I said, That depends on where you are if you're out in the country. If you're in a small town, that doesn't have any. Like, I think my hometown are Pratt. I read the other day has one you know, out of 8000 people. One I mean Adeline side of town where I live, huh? For giggles. The other day, I went out and planted Ah ah, part of my pasture facing the road, I thought it looked a little bare. So I went out and planted 1/4 acre of, uh, wildflower seeds just because I wanted their young people coming up the hill and go to make that curve. I just wanted a kind of a little feel pretty right there. And you know, that's I got 10 acres. Although my own out there that I don't have toe I don't have to worry about anybody else. I mean the densities. Not that great. And but the majority of humans in this country live in areas where the stacked like cordwood well, and that's the thing is I just If I was worried now you're you and I'm not pointing fingers, not anything else. You live in a different situation than Ideo. You have your wife at home, you have your your sister who's not. She's not running marathons. No, she not the healthy person, will say that. Well, she's not running marathons. That is that It's a factual statement. So, uh, you taking something home? See, I don't worry that much. I don't worry as much about it as you would because I've got Tony, who the doctor is said. There's no worry about her. She's been enough. I off the cancer treatment long enough. They say her immune system is back to normal or better. Great. Because when she got her treatments, they shot her. With that, she got that thing put on her arm. And 24 hours later, it give her a shot to boost her white blood cells. Ah, so, uh, man, Plus, she came through the treatment so well, she was never really sick during the treatment. Um, I've got a 13 year healthy 13 year old who is chewing at the walls when she's not outside doing backflips across the yard to burn off energy show you that. I tell you what, she could get the Energizer Bunny a run for its money, uh, myself and my 17 year old son. I do not worry about taking it home and hurting anybody. Didn't just turn 18 June. June 20th killed Hell turned 18 in basic. Okay, which, by the way, I don't know if I mentioned this, uh, back to his story about being irritated. Uh, two weeks before self quarantine. He goes to maps, he goes to his processing when he gets to his Jackson. Another two weeks of quarantine for everybody in his basic Wow. So he's going, He's not. He's gonna which, by the way, pushes his graduation date back right. Another two weeks, you know? So, yeah, this whole thing is really chapping, so he's got two weeks of day zero. Yeah, man, I thought I had a bad two weeks. So, uh, to wow. Two weeks a day. Zero. Well, I guess the upside is that they're going to get the boot camp take out of the way. You know, other. Well, that's what I was gonna be in quarantine, and you're going to show up healthy. Every is gonna show up pretty much healthy, and then everybody's going to get sick because you're quarantined together. I didn't I didn't put it that way. Doing what I did tell him was you're gonna know each other really well before you even start the first day. Yeah, before you make until they won, there'll be no strangers. Know how you would have shared meals, bathrooms, everything for two weeks before even report before you even start your training? Yeah. So, yeah, you'll be a customer seeing each other naked in the shower before you ever for any of the training actually starts. Yeah. So, uh, but that's pushing his graduation back. Which means two weeks longer till we get to see him again. Yes. So, um sure, Tony, it is probably isn't handling that aspect little better, because yeah, she really wasn't in the mood to talk about it last night. Yeah, because she already had a factor down to the minutes. And now you're thrown another two weeks ish on air. And we were talking about it in the car last night. She was not. She didn't rage about it, but she was excessively quiet, Which for her is in common. So it was not mothers. Mothers have a unique role to play in a unique position when their their Children join the military. And I have I have learned a lesson on Thankfully, I I learned that young is you let him have it. You just let him have it. Let let him let him do and say whatever they want. Just tell you, lover batter on it. Just it just just just let her have that one. Do not contradict anything about it. so Yeah, that was because of what I will. My first thought was they're gonna get to maps. They're gonna check him all. Well, what they're doing is they're doing, uh they're going to, uh, have they put it I can't remeber. Basically, the way it sounded was they're gonna go. We're gonna take your temperature, and we're asking if you feel bad, and if you say no, you continue on. Right? Well, I thought they give him a test. Yeah, Culture swab. Or I mean, when I got to thinking about it, there's such a waiting time on the tests Now, even if they did that by the time they got the test back, they'd either still be in receiving or already in quarantine and already exposed everybody else. Yeah. So the test really is useless? Absolutely. So, um, they're just gonna quarantine over two months, two weeks and everything hopefully run its course and everybody come out. OK, so it's a strange day to be alive. It iss it is. And ah, like that. I just I keep doing these please. Waves of irritation, toe anger over the things that he's not going to experience. That he should have been able to experience. I'm trying to figure out how much would you know? Why? With all the 60 time we've had on our hands while my shops Not any cleaner than what what it is, You know, I will say this. The other day, l cleaned the living room and the kitchen. Well, she was going to ask for something. I did know she was gonna ask for some, but she clean the living room. The kitchen did an excellent job. It was like, Wow, what's going on? Hey, can I do? Ah, are you weren't tipped off when 13 year old started cleaning? Well, I thought Tony told her to Oh. Okay. Uh, so be suspicious from the beginning, so Well, I don't wouldn't want to look a gift horse in the mouth, so, uh, but yeah, So that's it. So I guess we covered. We've covered masks again. Yes, miss, uh, And if you do want people to Matt wear masks what? Not to say? Because it's stupid. Yeah, uh, and a little bit of my own mental health and sharing with you all. If you have a hard time that I guess what you should do start a podcast event on it. I guess if you can't call somebody, get older, go face time with somebody and go. I can't believe that I didn't have any. I did have a thing the other day that came up. I will get into it here because it really isn't that big of a deal. But I just it tweak me. And so, uh, I looked at my watch, said he was gonna be free right now. Uh, Kevin, just golf workers. I called Kevin. I said I want to go off here, but I want you to just let me, because if I If I go off to somebody else and I named a few names, uh, that may or may not live with me. I said, I'm going to I'm going to hear some snarky comments. I don't want those. I just want event. All right, so I just went to town. Just got Well, that's what a good friends for. Yeah, but I Yeah, who's available? Uh, I'm gonna ask him, um, but yeah, it was just, uh uh, Yeah, I'd had it on. And I think a lot of people are getting in there I don't think I'm unique. I think there's a lot of edginess happening out there right now, and it does help to have, Ah, flesh and blood sounding board, even if they're not in your physical presence at that point in time. Because just having a, you know, just setting up a soundboard of of yeah. Oh, really? You don't say it just doesn't have the same effect. Yeah, I'm not saying I tried. I'm not saying on that. Lonely. Yeah, well say, I called my buddy in Oregon that worked for HP and he's working from home is an engineer. He's working from home, and you've got Albany in Corvallis, in Oregon. They're like, I may be wrong if you're from up there It incorrectly. I think about 20 miles apart, and he says, There's a big division in Corvallis. There's Corvallis, which is a college town. And there's Albany. Which more blue collar town, he says. If you go to Corvallis, masks everywhere, he says. If you go to Corvallis and it's about 40% and knowing my buddy Mark, you mean Albany? Albany? Sorry. Yes, a corrals. Again. Yes. Sorry. If you have good Albany. About 40%. Knowing Mark he probably counted just marks a good engineer. He's a man of details, so yeah. Yeah, about 40% over there. You should really tell the difference based on the the, uh, the bit of the people in the area. And and he says that's a safe way to reference that. He says. And there's really not any difference in the confectionery. Right? So, uh, I think masks are a great idea if you feel better with him. If if you have a have a legitimate reason, you know, I mean, immuno compromised or you know, or whatever. If you have a legit, you know, a pre existing condition or if it's just if it's that safety blanket you need. Yeah, I think, because if you're to immuno compromised, if you're immuno compromised to the point where if you get this, it's going to kill you, you believe it's going to kill you. You shouldn't even be out right now, right? I think you should stay home and order in. Learned in it. Yeah, well, there's all sorts. Stuff get delivered now, so just stay home. Order. And now, now, that's now. Hold on. Here, let me rephrase that you can also knit change. Still, technically anything. I posted a thing the other day where it said, Uh, so many of the people that say Just stay home are the same ones Say, check your privilege and there's not much but more privilege than be able to stay home. You have a home toe toe to stay in or a job that allows you to write. Uh, the people I know they're working from home are not the ones who are who are worried about their next meal, Right? So there is truth to that, and I'm included in them. Tony work from home. I worked for home, all that you know in. If you're in a job that allows you work for home, you're probably not checking people out of groceries, right? You're probably not taking people's temperature at the hospital. You're probably not anything, you know, doing anything in the emergency room. Uh, it's a pretty. It's a pretty good job, pretty good. But I mean it is a sign. It's not. It's not. It's not your typical entry level type position that that that that can afford you the opportunity to be able to work from home. It's status, typically some sort of skilled trade that that allows you to be. You're not breaking your back at it now. But that way, if you're if you Well, I guess if you unless you got a machine shop in your if you've got a machine shop in your backyard, then I then just is a personal note. I just envy you. It sounds dreaming, but you if you got that because there's jobs that and honestly, there's places that if there was any real justice in the world right now, if we were fair, there's a lot of places open that should be closed If we were fair, if we were across the board trying to deal with this, if we were legit, aiming to keep people from getting sick, we would quit closing down just the mom and pop places and leaving the big stores open. The big stores all have a reason to be open. I mean, they all do, and it's It's the smaller stores that Air Mawr focused on what they're providing, and it's the it's the people that air. It's the businesses that can't afford the two months off that are having to close. Yeah. I mean, no business could really afford two months off your never to see Wal Mart closed for two months just because they can write but to allow them to stay open, to allow target to stay open, to allow our liquor store to stay open. Now, I know why the liquor stores were open. I'm kinda thankful Liquor story because you know the reaction. You know what? How many days are we into this? Now? Uh, 376 but I think we're, like, six weeks in something like that. I don't want business has been closed since the 21st march. Can you imagine if people with alcohol problems were not able to keep their supplies up? We would literally be having people die. Yeah, from withdrawals. Actually, they they technically can hear. It's what killed anyone else. Yeah, she went off the wagon and died. She could not. Her body could not adjust from from alcoholism to sober that quickly and it killed. Really? I never realized that That's what That's what I thought I thought was a hair spray. No, it was it was that, you know well, but My point is you're damaging somebody by closing anything. Yep. And and you're treading a thin line on, uh, what what just comes to the constitutionality? Yeah, well, you're selecting. You're being you're selecting. You're saying you have our permission to be open and you don't? Based on they have better lobbyists than you. Yes, my my my business is not. Nor do I think it ever be big enough to have a home office that can influence the decision making of a lobbyist. And that's really what I mean, that's where it is. You you have stores. That they're only reason they're open is because they have an ill of hardware or they sell guns in the back. Right? You know, whereas my friends who own the music store, they've been closed as long as you yours has Yeah, because they don't have that one thing. Open the whole store up, right? You know, you're gonna say walmart could be open because their groceries kind of that. I kind understand. We're in some states, they go find you can always sell those things because that's what's fair. Well, uh, yeah, that would be fair. But again, it's That's no no more more of a constitutional trouble, but it would be fair. No, it is just as much a constitutional trample. But it would be at least holding to the thing of this is a store that has to be open because they sell X y and Z fine. If you're a close this store down. But keep this one open because they have four items the nation didn't find. Just let them sell those four items, right? And if you're gonna trample the Constitution, really trample it. Don't do it halfway, just, you know, and and one consistency I've seen is, uh, elected representatives are not a willing to engage in conversation about these issues. No, because it's it's made up. It's just it's arbitrary. Absolutely. It's it's made up arbitrary based on, uh, lobbyists and and not even paid lobbyist. Just people that know people. No, we don't want me to close down. People might need a widget. Yeah, well, they so, you know, fine. Then sell the But, you know, they're gonna get sick by and everything else in your store. If that was legit, if they're really worried about it, right? You know, if you're really worried about it. You know, it makes sense. You you can fit well, you can fit more people in Walmart. You can. My church. Yeah. Yes. And guess which one's been closed. Well, yeah, and but And also, I mean, by nature of a free market economy free market enterprise. You know, uh, no one would be forced to come into my business or any other mom and pop business because it's wrong to force for a government to force people to buy a privately held A service or product. Obama care. And but no one's being forced to come in and participate in my in my business where? I mean, there's eso When does my body my choice began an end Well, and if they are worried about going to your location and catching it from somebody else there, they have the choice not to go right. They have a choice to wear a mask. Water there. They're absolutely. They have a choice to maintain distance, Walter. They're like we're full body condom it. They want to also let him in where they still make those who used to make those as a gag used. People getting Spencer show uh, I haven't been in Spencer's forever. Music got worse. I got over. Well, yeah, I think I just got over. Uh, that's I'm saying is it's either put out the advisory because here's one thing and I may be wrong. And if the older people listening to this remember differently than I'm thinking, I want to know Jeff J to cast a calm Jessie J D. Cast a Come find us on the the Facebook page, if I remember right. I remember hearing stories because my father was born and 51 but he had a older siblings. I remember stories from my grandmother talking about how if somebody came down with polio, you quit letting your kid go to the pool. I remember that they're being the ref 20. My family closed down the pool. No, they just told you, Quit going cool. That's what I thought. But I'm not. I'm not sure about it. So if you remember differently, let us know. My father got polio from a bad batch vaccine, but I'm just that's where it is. You know, if somebody got it, I don't believe and I may be wrong. There's always a possibility in Rome. I'm married. I've heard I'm wrong before. Uh ah. Matter of fact, usually if I'm talking, I know my room. Uh, she hates it when I say that, Uh, yeah, I don't believe they closed the pool's down and told you couldn't go anywhere because you might collect, uh, come down with polio and be put in Ireland. They just left it up to the individuals, Uh, God given and constitutionally protected rights to choose to not know. And that's something that was going to hit people young and stay with him forever. Right? I didn't know your dad by new lady in Coffeyville that walked in. She was in her sixties, Still walked with a limp from the polio. That's what happened. My dad, uh, stuck with you forever. And that's if you were fortunate enough not to end up in Ireland. Right. Uh, so that's one Say is is I don't remember. I'd live. I gotta research that now this gives you can tell. This is the UN research part of the show. Uh, I've got to figure that I have to look into that. I don't believe they closed everything down and said, Stay home. Don't shop don't business. Oh, that You mean they didn't say Let's let's screw over the nation's, uh, economy over over this and and that that actually had long lasting that detrimental effects Well, would definitely put put a, um, effect on that fifties, Uh, you after the war, the the expert huge economy that everybody's by and Chevys and and, uh, our post industrial boom. Yes. So that would definitely put it effect on that. So I needed I don't have to look that up now, but if it did put it, put a hiatus on that were without have landed, what would we still be? Somewhere in the in the late seventies, early eighties? Do you think I mean just just somewhere we're where, you know, people didn't bother each other as much of the music was better. Oh, I hate to think about that. You know, I it you know, the one thing I can say that's changed, I think for the better, Uh, with the with the changes is with ear pods and things like that. I've noticed less cars with stereos that make me listen to what they're listening to. Absolutely. I have I have noticed that correlation recently. Ah, and you don't really notice its absence. You notice the resurgence. And yeah, when that one car pulls beside you, you start vibrating. Yeah, and I'm you know, I'm just peacefully listening to my classic rock in the in the truck and now and in all over. And there's a Vape cloud coming out of it, in all fairness, Especially if somebody like the friend that I mentioned earlier happens. You listening to this podcast? In all fairness, in high school, I had a stereo system that I conjured myself that when I wanted to you could listen to Motley Crue two blocks away. Right? That's s so I'm gonna be fair and say I I will. The engine blew up in that one of my cars one time. My dad went out with the, uh, record to pick it up when he picked it up. Why can I not see their your back window? It's bigger speakers. Do you think you overweight but too much weight on it? I did a similar set up in a friend of mine's Camaro and for for the same purpose. I mean, yeah, so I'd go out and buy speakers and things like that. Take him apart, re re set him up for car use and then wire him up to amplifiers and things. And, uh, it's amazed at you here today. You were You were much What? You I mean, I I dabble. But you were much more consistently involved in that than I was. I Yeah, it was. It was Ah mei. It's really looking back. How you know, when you're older, you go. I saw my uncle put the thing on yours is if you look at your younger self, don't realize you were it was dumb ass. You know, you're kidding yourselves or something like that. That's kind of one of the things. Look back on and go. Wow. I did so much damage, but I agree with I agree with the notion, but I was I have ah, slightly differing perspective toe offer on that is you don't do wild and crazy things whenever you're young, you have you got no good stories when you get old. All right, But let's describe a real quick cause There's somebody that posted that. I saw it the other day and I wanted to tell him especially in light of his recent activities. There is a cut off point when you're not considered young anymore. Went when you when you become the ah, the oldest 16 year old. You government well, or when you have enough Children that, uh, you're, you know, in my case there. Same you, you, Philip. A hand counting. You really need to stop that. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, I And then that's another one of my brothers that when you're in your fifties, stop reproducing ble So on that. Thanks for joining us. We kind of go off the rails there at the end about the current business situation. But, hey, that's what we do here of you. Got a question. Got answered that polio question. Give us a shout. Uh, and ah, love to hear Facebook J to CASS prepping Jeff J to cast a calm Jessie J to cast dot com Shoot us an email. Let us know what you know, especially if you We're one of our listeners who were kicking around that time. Yeah, I have a great be great to have some firsthand knowledge, you know? Now it doesn't count, although you still tell us about it. doesn't count if your mom told you the pool was closed just to keep you from going, right? Yeah. Stop asking to close the pull so it doesn't count them, but any. Let us know about that. Ah, we'll be back. Uh, I found out today that this or yesterday pardon me that this, uh the current situation has emptied my trial calendar till middle of July at the soonest. So, uh, I'm gonna still try to keep doing these weekly. I'm not doing anything else. Come help me plant trees. I have to because gosh, I'm definitely missing balance work. Uh, but we're gonna wrap this up. Enemy, please. Please. Whether it's with a mask or not, you take care yourself. Be safe. God bless.