Are you Ready to Roll

ARE WE REALLY BAD GUYS FOR WEARING WRIST WATCHES?

July 07, 2020 Paul Marrick/Jesse Clay Season 1 Episode 4
Are you Ready to Roll
ARE WE REALLY BAD GUYS FOR WEARING WRIST WATCHES?
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Are you Ready to Roll
ARE WE REALLY BAD GUYS FOR WEARING WRIST WATCHES?
Jul 07, 2020 Season 1 Episode 4
Paul Marrick/Jesse Clay

We explore the possibilities of court proceedings regarding  the recent events in Minnesota.,Review Da 5 Bloods,Jesse talks about his trip to K-9 school and we debate Colin Capernick. We talk about the up coming UFC 251  and discuss Critical Race Theory. 
And why we think (know)wearing a wrist watch does not make us white supremacists.

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We explore the possibilities of court proceedings regarding  the recent events in Minnesota.,Review Da 5 Bloods,Jesse talks about his trip to K-9 school and we debate Colin Capernick. We talk about the up coming UFC 251  and discuss Critical Race Theory. 
And why we think (know)wearing a wrist watch does not make us white supremacists.

retired law enforcement, officer security, expert and award winning storyteller. Paul Merrick, along with his cohost, Jesse Clay, former Navy seal, and four time heavyweight comity world champion together. We'll discuss the broad array of current events using their unique backgrounds to further dissect each story. The only question you have to ask yourself is, are you ready to roll? I don't know, but I've been told that these two guys are really old. I hear their views are very bold, but they believe the truth will hold. So sit right back and enjoy the show because these two guys are ready to roll sound off lone to sound off three, four sound off wound two, three, four. Let's roll. Hello, Jesse. Hey Paul, how you doing, buddy? Good. So how are you doing today? Oh, another long one, but it's good. Yeah. All good in the neighborhood. I'm going to miss the long days of summer. I know that, but right now it gets, they do seem a little hot and long. Yeah. A hundred degrees, not quite what I bargained for. No. Um, so anyway, actually we've got quite a few things to go over. Uh, it's been an interesting week and, uh, we finally, uh, well, you kind of made up for, we finally both got through the movies, so we'll be able to talk about that a little bit later. Um, but there's one thing that kinda got my attention this last week. Maybe we could hit so quick update. Not to spend too much time on it because we'll just wait for court. But, uh, in Minnesota, there's a, so you get a trial. That's going to go on about, uh, This a former officer Charvin and, uh, three officers that were with him, right. To Floyd. I just want to put out there so people aren't surprised ahead of time because we hear a lot of other people talking about it and other channels and venues. About what they think happened and what they know happened. That's why we have a criminal justice system to decide these things. So the one thing they should be aware of is that when court starts, what they saw in the media is probably gonna look a lot different in court. Then what they, like I said, what they saw on TV or heard on the radio. And a lot of that's going to have to do with trying to show intent. And if, you know, without going into great detail, if you look at how the laws are written, Especially in Minnesota and well, several other States also definition of, you know, second degree murder or manslaughter are very vague and that will work to the benefit of the officer, but the officer. Yeah, because you know, you have to convince a jury, this is exactly what happened, and this is exactly what they were thinking. And, you know, we don't even have don't. I don't want anybody to misunderstand me what happened was wrong. It was terrible. I am not. I'm not even going to dispute that. But, um, what I am saying is we don't have the whole story. We don't have the previous recording of that event. And, you know, just, and people would say, well, it doesn't matter what happened before he shouldn't die. I agree. But maybe that isn't what the intent was. What if, just for example, that. You know, they had a Floyd inside the vehicle and they ended up taking him out when Trayvon got there, that doesn't make any sense, except for a couple of reasons. Once you have somebody handcuffed and in the car, the next thing you want to do is just get them to jail and have them take over from there because it's better custodial purpose. Right. If they pulled him out, he may have pulled them out. I'm just saying it's one possibility they may bring up in court is this. He may have been concerned. He had excited delirium and excited delirium says you got to get somebody, you know, as much as possible out and you have to control them now how he was doing it was wrong. But that's part of the technique of keeping somebody as calm as possible until paramedics can get there to administer, you know, whatever medication they think is required to save the person's life. So. I'm not saying that that's what happened. What I am saying is there are several different possibilities they're going to probably come up in court that are going to cloud exactly what everybody thought they knew before. And we just need to be prepared for that. Yeah. Yeah. Well basically, you know, it was kind of caught and the dilemma here supporting law enforcement and. And understanding and have experience in the past what it's like to be. Yeah. And American of African descent. Yes. It's, uh, it's very difficult for me. It's this time too, to say anything other than no matter what the reason was. There should've been, he should've never been, he should have never been killed. They on the neck for eight minutes, whatever poor training you got an officer with what? 20, 20, um, 18 to 20 different complaints. Correct? I guy shouldn't have been on the street. I mean, agree. All right. Good to know. But then again, on the other hand, it's it's saying was that department that short of good quality policemen. That they had to keep him on because I had no one else to take his place. And, or are there that short of money entirely to at least train people better? Because maybe if they were training better, they would identified a more clear understanding of his shortcomings and maybe found some individuals that could have done the job better. Well, part of that too is, you know, look at a lot of the people that go to law enforcement now. I'm not saying there were all saints and angels back in the day back when, you know, when I had relatives Mmm. Who went through there and the departments they were in, they went through a lot of discrimination from there term, but they stayed and they stuck it out. They did, you know, they did what they think they needed to do to be of service to the community. But now, you know, it's, everybody wants to school uphill and it was always snowing and things are always better. In the past. In retrospect, there was a lot of stuff that went on that we didn't document and people didn't have the right to talk about. So from that perspective, I think now that a lot of this stuff is coming to air. If you look at how many police officers there are worldwide, And how many are in this kind of situation or how many of these things happen it's um, and doc to discredit it or, or trivialize it, but it's kind of a drop in the bucket. You know what I mean? If that makes sense. Yeah. And again, don't get me wrong as an effort, as an American of African descent, I I've experienced not only. Racism with myself, but been in the vehicle with my kids and had somebody, um, had a police officer. Mmm. Do what he did. I'm not going to get into it, but it was very, very, very disturbing. And then having trained and presently working with law enforcement and military, you know, when they go to other countries, they treat folks there better. Than they do in America, you know? So I don't, I don't, I, um, I don't, I don't really, um, I don't really understand what some of these people are thinking or what's on their mind or, or how they're going to get, um, back control. But again, it's pretty interesting that a couple of months ago, We were upset. We didn't have enough people with guns in schools. We didn't have enough police officers. We didn't have enough community service officers. And now we want to do fund them when it was all right to put them in our schools fully armed. Now it's a system where it's, well, wait a minute. We don't need anybody. Well, you know, and talking to a couple of. Black officers that I know it's everybody's con is conflicted, you know? Yes. We know about racism, right. But yes, we know about police, a proper policing procedures and policies, but again, it comes from the top. If you've got a good police chief, who's putting his people through training, then you have, you don't have as many problems. Now here's a question. Are the caliber of policemen today better worse or the same as it were when I was a kid, like I said, growing up in upstate New York, the cops, I knew there, I knew every police officer by name. Yes. They came to all our football games. They were gauged. They were awesome people. Yeah. So I can give you a little bit of an answer on that and not fully. Complete an answer, but a pretty good version. And that is that to answer your question it's yes and no. And here's the yes. Part. Yes. Yes. Part of there are a lot of really good and you know, a lot of them, a lot of good cops out there. Okay. Um, yeah. Well, they're getting hired now that unfortunately we see on the news too often and not the ones that we probably should see on the news are I think the smaller percentage. But they're getting all the attention, just like, you know, some of those protesters out there, a lot of them are out there. We're out there for the right reasons. Okay. But you only get to see the ones for the most part that are causing problems. And I think it works the same way because that's, that's the news story, right? Yeah. I mean, so it's interesting that you say that it is that news story and journalists have a responsibility to report the truth. Not sensationalize it, not glorify it, not demonize it just to report, Hey, so-and-so got hit by a car. Okay. Not all this made up stuff before, you know, there was at the beginning, I guess three, four years ago. Some information was put out that, you know, the press is evil and press journalists. Do this journalists do that. And it works on both sides, right? Political people use the press to get their point across or use the press to go after another candidate. Yeah. All the time. Yeah. When you, when you distort the truth, the truth is distorted now as an American citizen, how do I discern what is the truth? And what's not because you know exactly what's happening. People who like a certain channel are watching that because it fits what they believe. People who are watching another channel believe of that because it fits what they believe instead of watching or looking for different, um, avenues to get your news. We tend to go after what fits, what we want. Right. And again, this is the dumbing down of America and it's just sensationalized everything. When I think what we've been. Uh, trying to get across ever since we started, this was, you know, you have to, you're responsible for finding out that truth because no, one's going to tell you completely what that is. Everybody has an opinion and no matter how hard they even, you know, even a really good journalist, there's going to be some room in there for what they thought. They read, they thought they saw, or they thought they heard someone tell them, and that's not always going to be accurate. So you, it, it just seems like with all the information available to us now, it's that much harder to really determine what happened or what is actually the truth. So I think it goes back to what we talked about, actually, what we talked about in the last episode, I think it's really important for me. And that is. You can't, you can't take this full on it's this group. It's that group. It's gotta be a one-on-one you do one person at a time. You treat somebody like a human, like you want to be treated one at a time. You figure that out. And then you go on to the next, because if everybody did that, instead of listening to, you know, this group is terrible and this group is, is, is great, or vice versa within a group, you're going to have good and bad. Yeah. So do it as individual don't yeah. Don't let anybody else tell you, you know, I mean, granted, yeah. We know a lot. We've been around a lot or whatever. We're not always going to be right. That's up for you to decide and other people should not tell you that you're wrong when you decide to do that, but just keep it that the idea should be that we need to get along, not, you know, it's us against them or them against that, that doesn't get us anywhere as a country. You know, the sad thing to say is we're the most resolute and we're the most unified when we go to war. Well, it's like we have to have an enemy. Yeah. We have to have a common enemy. And then that makes us, um, focused on what we need to do and who we need to put our anger instead of just saying, Hey. Why don't we just make the world a better place and figure out what makes this person better or what makes this person not do exactly what we do at here. What happened to assimilation did used to be the, Oh, excuse me. This is the greatest country on the planet bar. None. No, no. Nowhere else. Can you come to come anywhere? No other country, can you come to have a dream about what you want it to be and then work and sweat equity we'll make that happen. If, if you don't run into continual constant roadblocks, you know, it's, it's funny, I've got a friend who's a Vietnam vet. And he was over in, he was over during the war and he saw all kinds of atrocities. He saw things and it's, we have pretty interesting conversations about things he's seen in the past. Now having said that he went back a couple of years ago and he says, Jess, it's totally different. It's totally different. And it's like, sure. I'd love to go to Vietnam to see, but then again, I have, no, I have no, um, no Mark, I don't know what it was. All I I'm doing now is reading about it and, and, uh, and books and looking at memoirs from different soldiers, sailors, airmen, and Marines that were there. And then. Through research and study. Wow. Is that something we still do in America? Do we research things? Do we study is history that important? We want somebody else to do that for us. And unfortunately that's how you know what talk about, uh, control. That's the oldest. I wish I had a better term, but it's an older, uh, an algae oldest trick in the book is keep everybody fighting with each other. That's how you control people. That's how they do it in prison. Yeah. I mean, they're not, they're not getting it here. They're not getting it. No. And it's, and it's sad. And I don't know, I was talking to, uh, one of my, uh, Marine Corps buddies who had listened to our podcast previously. And we were talking about some scenarios that he had encountered. Now. He liked my children are mixed race. Okay. When he was younger. Nobody knew what the hell. They didn't know if he was black, white mulatto, Mexican, Indian. And as long as he didn't claim any S any ethnicity, he didn't have a problem. Right. But as soon as he posted a picture of his mom and dad, mom was black. Dad was white. Now you're talking, this is back. When it was not considered proper. Early fifties, mid fifties. I think, I don't know if he's older than me or not. Maybe he is same age. Same. Right. He actually does have here son of a bitch. It's almost like the guy. He's a, he's actually one of the smartest people I know. Now having said that, I did say he was a Marine, right. Sorry. Right, right. But, uh, yeah. He's uh, until he identified it, then that became an issue just because he identified that way just because he identified that way. I gotta tell you the story and you're gonna, I'm not gonna mention names. You're going to know the people I'm talking about, but I've got to put in context. So all our friends understand what I'm saying here too. We have some really close friends. Um, and, uh, same situation. Husband is a white guy, right. Uh, and the wife is really, uh, really. I'm going to get hit for this, but she reminds me of a Valley girl, but yet she's black. Right. Um, you know, grew up in San Diego. Um, you know who I'm talking about anyway, so she is a Valley. She is a Valley girl. She's a super, super don't get me wrong. Super smart lady. Just sweetest. Person you'd ever want to meet, but that's not the point. The point is this a few years ago, um, I was digging through some, some things because I had to redo our kids' passports. Okay. And I came across my sons and I was looking at it when he was about five years old. And their son at that time was about that age. And I'm looking at it going, these two kids could be twins. I mean, literally I actually took passport over. To them and showed it to the husband. And then he called his son. He said, Hey, look at this. And he goes, where'd you get my picture? I mean, that's how, that's how much they looked alike. Right. And I think there's a lesson for all of us to be learned is after well, isn't that just, it's a little academic, like, I mean, really does it, should it matter to matter at all? Because what we just showed you there is it really doesn't. Cause you really can't judge a person by how they treat you, period. You know what I'd like to do? You know what I like to do? There's a, you're gonna think I'm crazy. Well, you already know that, but I think there's so many words that we're not supposed to say anymore. I like to add one more to the list. Okay. Oh, geez. Oh, that'd be, I'd like to say, um, we can't use the word racist or racism. We can use something like knucklehead or asshole, because if you're going to have a conversation, say somebody's doing something wrong. That's what they are. Okay. I mean, that's literally what the art, but if you, if you use the other, it gets so overused. And a lot of times I don't think it's actually even used accurately. No, it's not. You know, so, so maybe we get a rid of a lot of this discourse by just saying you can't use that word anymore. If you have an argument, you have a problem with me or. Whatever person you have to use. I like knucklehead. I like it. I mean, it's, you know, you're, you're basically an idiot because of your actions. And if you can defend that by using that term, you're probably got a pretty good argument. Yeah. I mean, you know, I know it's not going to fly, but it's an idea. I like it. I use knucklehead quite frequently because it fits people in my eyes. You know, at what point do we go, Hey, this is my friend, not, this is my black friend, right? Don't say this is my Croatian friend ball. Really? I don't want to start Wars. So that's talking about your dad is rolling in it. They all are. They all are. It should be. I mean, we're in, we're in weird times right now. We are, we are, and it's, it's like, Oh, here you go. Oh, perfect. I have a friend of mine who's in the Navy active duty or reservist. Okay. They got a text from another Navy person saying. Watch this video, it'll tell you how to be a good white friend to a black sailor. What the hell? I don't get it. And then I watched part of the video hell, there was shit. I didn't know. And I, and I was pretty, pretty well educated. Well, you know, it's like, where does, where is this coming from? This sounds like bullshit. I mean, well, this sounds like, this sounds like CRT, like a critical race theory to me because I learned before the show, I wasn't gonna bring it up. And since you brought it up, I learned before the show that I was a little depressed because I, can you tell me what time it is right now? You got, gotta watch on. Oh, no, it's gonna ruin the whole, the whole skit now it's 16, 29. Yeah. Well, no point being evidently, if you wear a wristwatch, your White's apprentice. And if you have a schedule, if you have a schedule, Jesse, your white supremacy, this is the kind of stuff, because that's all, all that was construct of by white people. So those are all things that we have to get rid of. And I'm thinking Jesse is never going to go. Fuck. You both went on Omega watch. So is good. Right? Well, here's the thing, here's the thing I was reading through. Go ahead. Go ahead. Where's that for our listeners who don't know. Both Paul and I, and one more of our friends will remain. Name was Tom R R w. Our watch horse. We are, we, we, we are watch horse. We love good things, but here's the deal until you earn the money, you don't buy it. No, you don't put it on credit. You don't, you know, and I'm going to put a plug in right now for a guy who I think has done more for. I'm going to say Christians, but normal Americans do Dave Ramsey. I love his program. Okay. Now I'm off track. Let's get back on track. Okay. So, so here's one of the things, this is, this is what, again, a little wild, but I'm reading through it. I'm trying to understand, like, when they talk about this, that, you know what, they're what they mean, what they're saying, but I think it explains a lot about some of the people we see protesting out there. The one thing kind of made my day just before we got on air was, uh, I was watching. Some officers, some police officers, and I don't know what city it was having a little discussion with. She probably was like 22, 23 years old protesting, uh, trying to tell the officers how the officers were were racist, but there were white officers and black officers there. And so one of the blockouts officers said. I'm racist too. So how does this, you know, she goes, no, you can't be systematic. Racism is only for white people, right? Yeah. So, so, so he was, he was onto whatever that meant. Right. And very articulately, uh, said it's not. And I thought this was like, so awesome. How he put it? He said, it's not a, a matter of racism in this country. We have a problem with so much as we have with sin. It's either right or wrong. And I just thought that how powerful is that? Cause you couldn't convince her of anything because I don't need to talk to you. You're not the problem because you're not white. I'm like really? I mean, and he got a little upset about that because he goes, I think I had to know about this a little bit more than you. Yeah. I've been there, done that. Yes. This is part of my world. Right. So I don't, I don't know, dude, I just, um, I just look around and this, our country isn't disarray. Right now because we're not listening and helping each other. Right. We're right now in the throws of a me and mine kind of scenario and I've heard people say all kinds of crap about millennials, right? The, let me tell ya, when you're looking at the BLM black lives matter, right. And the people that are doing it. Who are protesting without looting, without burning, without distraction. I mean, come on ever heard of a guy named Martin Luther King, right? Do some research, do some history. Now, do I believe everything he said was 100%. I think another guy named Malcolm X at some few good points too, but you know, Hey, I'm going to leave that alone right now. Call me offline. We'll have that conversation. But, uh, yeah, it's, it's all about people, you know, it's like Rodney King or Rodney wasn't Rodney King. Yeah. Said after a trial, why can't we just all get along? And that dude took a butt whooping. He got his ass beat by those cops. And what happened to the cops? I went to jail. Did all of them go to jail? Well, uh, like I think I've got to go back it's 92, but I think three out of the five did go to jail, but they were acquitted of something. I don't know. I need to do research. I mean, it's okay. This brings up another point is being in the community that I'm in. I have. Multiple white friends, multiple Mexican friends. I have multiple friends of a multi-denominational right. And here's the deal. I lived in Japan all over Europe. Most people in this country have never left the country. They don't know what it's like to be outside the boundaries and walls. The United States. This is the best country on the planet. You can argue anything you want to argue about. Some of the shortcomings we have, but if we want to get to the next level, this is what I tell my fighters. If you want to make, get to the next level, you need to do the work. Right. The good thing now is we've got our young people. Young people are the future of our country. Now the young people are saying, we're not going to put up with this. W w we talking about global warming. We're talking about this, but they're having a conversation. Being in their mom's mom's basement or mom and dad's basement or cottage. It doesn't really matter. It's they're having a conversation. Right. They're they're getting, they're getting things figured out. Right. You know, and I, I don't know. I just, every time I hear somebody put down, uh, an age group that's that's age discrimination. Right. You know, these damn kids don't know nothing will teach them. Yeah. Take some time to talk to him. Do you know him? Do you know, what's your thinking? Do you know how they feel? Do you listen to their music? Do you know what the undertone is? And see, that was a cool thing about my parents. Oh boy. No, no, no. I'm not. I'm thinking about mine too, so yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Well, Hey, I, I, I know the stories about your parents. What's your dad was a cop. He had to, you know, like we were talking the other day. If I did something wrong as a kid, I feared going home because my dad or my mom would have a switch waiting for me and the cops didn't worry about it. It's like, you're speeding, mr. Glee. Oh, I know your dad, I'm just going to call him no, give me a ticket. I'm calling your dad, take my car, whatever. Just don't call it that it's stolen later, but you know, it's a question of people doing what they need to do. I agree. I agree. You know, the, and I think. That's a really, really good point because we do need to have those discussions like amongst family and amongst close friends, instead of just, I mean, some of the things quite honestly, and I know I'm going to sound really old now, but some of the things our teaching in our universities is it's crazy. I mean, and, and if nobody else is there to counterbalance and say, Hey, okay, so Y you know, you put it really good last time you said. If you want to have a discussion with me, have it without emotion, give me some facts. Let's discuss those. Let's talk about facts. And then we can talk about emotions after we've got the truth figured out, but you can't get to the truth if you get too emotional about it, because you're going to say, well, I, if I feel this way, feeling a certain way, doesn't necessarily mean that you should, or that the Villa or the reason is valid, unless we really talk about it and figure out what the facts are, then go. That's 90% of the battle. Right. But I mean, I mean, for example, I guess, uh, you know, going back to this, like, we need to have that conversation is okay. One of the examples I was reading about, okay. If this will make sense is you go into, so here's the premise. You go into a store, two people, excuse me. Two people go into a store. One happens to be black. One happens to be white, the storekeeper who does the storekeepers they come in and like they say, Exactly at the same time, which is probably impossible, but let's just say they did. Who should the storekeeper help first? Okay. If they help, this is how they explain it. If they help the white person first there being prejudice against the black person. But if they help the black person first, they're only doing it because they don't want to seem like they're prejudice against the black person. So I know, I know. I know. And I'm thinking to myself, And they're saying that this is, this is why you can't, you can't solve it. This is what they're trying to tell. You can never solve it. You just have to acknowledge it. I'm thinking why acknowledge something if you can't fix it. Okay. But yeah, if that's true, if their, if their premise were actually true and the person behind the counter it's trying to do. Whatever is right. Either way, at least trying to think, not, not trying to defeat or, or treat someone unfairly, trying to do above board to treat everybody fairly. And that's racist then why is that bad? You know, I mean, that's how ridiculous the whole concept is that they're trying to present, but they're be go ahead. Go ahead. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. As I said, I just think that's crazy that you present that to, and then there's no, there's no end result. There's no. Uh, solving the equation. It's just, and that's where, and that's where we lose who we are. It's analysis paralysis. Right? You shouldn't have to think about the color of somebody's skin when they walk in. You shouldn't have to think about the situation, but here we go. That's so something else in, what if one is a woman? One's a man. Who do you talk to first? Okay. Yeah. According to that, remember your wife's going to hear this. I know. I know. So here's the thing I I'm just telling you. I, if it woman and man, it doesn't matter color. I don't think it would matter to me anyway. Right. But women, I probably, if they came at the same time, which again is. At rough one, right? Yeah. Would talk to the woman first and I'll add one more to it. If they, two people came in at the same time and one was older, I'd probably try to help them first if they came in at the same time, regardless of what color their skin was that ain't calling. And that's just because I think in my mind, jeez, kill me. If I'm a terrible person, that's how I was raised, you know, open the door for the lady. And if it's an older person, With art, the stage of the game they'd have to be pretty old, pretty old, but point being that's probably I'm being, I'm being honest. That's probably who I would talk to first. Yeah. I mean, that's, that's the way I was raised. Yeah. I'll tell you straight up. Aye. I have a unique situation and the way I was raised and being back and forth to Japan, right. All over Europe. My father loved my mother beyond belief. He treated her as his queen. And if one of us has five knuckleheads, didn't open a door for my mom. He would, he would have beat the side with us. And that's how I was raised. You open a door for a lady. You always respect your elders. If you go anywhere in the world. Look at how they treat the people who are older, the old folks, and I mean older than us. Right. But you know, the elders season, season, season, season, that's the term. But look at the way they treat him. I mean, in Japan, all the history and knowledge those people have, or the stories. If you look at how, you know, anthropology, the anthropologists talk about. The older people were revered because they had the knowledge. You always went to them to get to get counsel. And we don't do that anymore. We go to, we go to our, uh, Our tablet or phone. Yeah. And history repeats itself. So maybe get it from the horses, proverbial mouth, you know? Yeah. Well, when horses start talking, they're selling more than wheat and Colorado. I think they are anyway. Yeah. Well, I don't, I'm not, and again, I'm not against people doing what they gotta do to get to the point that they can deal with the world. I'm against people abusing. Anything right to self medicate or to try to take care of stuff that, that just conversation we'll take care. We don't, I mean, does everybody know their neighbors? No, I do. And I know you probably do. I know, I know your neighbors. I know my neighbors. I probably shouldn't say this, but I know my neighbors, I was sleeping at 10 that's. That's still a good thing regardless. Yeah. It's a good thing. That's what they tell me. It's a good thing. Yeah. But yeah, I mean, it's kind of one of those gigs where you, um, you just look at. You know, you should be able to look back at your life and sections and say, I didn't, I didn't like I stopped blessing Brussels sprouts at this age. I didn't like broccoli at this age. If you can't determine where you stopped liking something, you never gave it a fair shot. Now I would say, Hey, I know somebody punched you in the face. W, you know, I stopped liking that as a kid, if you've been punched in the face. Yeah. So do you know, I'm I better learn how to block, right. Or just not be there or don't get in confrontation. Right. But it's like, you know, just figure out what you want. You know, so many, so many of us are just going through just passing point a to point B. We're not smelling the roses. We're not. I, and I, I, Jesus, I hate saying this, actually. I don't hate saying it and I'm not going to apologize. The pandemic is one of the best things that's happened to the American family, putting them together. That's right. You're in the same house. Mom's not running out, working her butt off. Dad's not running out, working his butt off and people are finding out, Hey, I don't have to live in the city. I can move somewhere else where it's easier. I can have my neighbors just got chickens. Chickens are cool. Right? I will. I like egg. I like food. I like food. I never met him. I didn't like it. I don't think. And I love Brussels sprouts. That's my wife's favorite. Yeah. Yeah. I knew I liked her. She's pretty smart. Yeah. I like broccoli though. And it may be a little idea about what's really important in life. I think I agree with that, but I also think like there's a time and place for everything. And I think recently a part of the problem we have is. You know, maybe some people have had it too easy, comparatively speaking, and maybe too much free time, you know, I don't see. I don't, I don't get that though. I really, I really don't. I too easy. What does too easy mean? Well, too easy, mean it's too easy. To be unknown and get like on a Twitter account or something and be mean it's too easy. Well, what, what do they call them online? Trolls. Yeah. Bots or trolls or whatever. Yeah. Whatever. I mean, you're going to do it in front of somebody that's different. And I think you tend to be a little bit more cordial when you're actually speaking to somebody one on one or, you know, face to face. Yeah. Yeah, any idiot can post whatever he wants to post online. Obviously we're doing it anyway, but you know, it's, it's one thing to have constructive criticism. It's a whole nother thing to go, Hey, what what's going on here? What are you guys talking about? What's the deal? I mean, if you're going to make a statement, have facts to back it up. Yeah, that makes sense. Yeah. If you're going to do that with you all day about that. Yeah. Let's both learn something. Yeah. Bingo. Yeah. So what's, what's wrong with that? Let's learn something. Can you tell me about what can you tell me about your little trip? Oh, which trip? Oh, the one with the canine, the canines. I got to work with the canine project down at the UDT seal museum. And what they do is they help that's. PTSD other is physical and, and, um, emotional issues. They get, they get a dog, you train the dog, the dog speech becomes part of you. I don't, I've always laughed when I heard people say, um, Now that I have a dog, I don't like humans. Well, I have to like humans cause I like humans. But man training going down with those guys and working with the dogs was priceless. I am, I waited until this point in my life for several reasons. But the biggest part was I didn't want to take a, uh, uh, animal away, a dog away from somebody who, who needed it. Does that make sense? I didn't, I didn't want to be the guy to say, Hey, I want a dog. I want a puppy. I want to train companion to go through this. But you know, I do 17 or 18 different nonprofit veteran events a year. And I can tell you this, the guys, I have a tremendous change. As soon as they get a canine and the more you can do. With your canine or do with your canine, it brings a level of confidence. It brings a level of quiet that I thought was interesting. And then, you know, I'm running the dog around and the dog's name is Raven. And here's a shout out to Josh Raven and my new buddy and, uh, and Jersey, Timothy, um, Jersey and Josie, Josie. I know a guy guys. I know a guy who knows a guy. Does he pay? Yeah, Tim he's a painter and he also does garbage. Okay. Well it's summertime it's so, uh, but yeah, he's a. Just that whole program going down there. And it's not just for the special warfare community, because that's the community I'm from, but there's other, there's other guys involved. Um, it's just meeting the vets has been phenomenal. It's been outstanding. And then working with the dogs, everything I had known up to this point about having a dog and training a dog was 1000% wrong. Wow. Based on a canine companion, a military law enforcement type animal. What was the biggest change you didn't realize? What I didn't realize is you shouldn't have to bribe an animal to get it, to do what you want it to do. The alpha thing, animals can pick up real quick. Who's the alpha, and who's not physical violence towards an animal. Is wrong any way you look at it, it's wrong, but if you physically violate, what are these animals coming out of bat and canine, I'm telling you, bro, you're going to pay, there's gotta be an issue and you're going to lose, you know, they call them from muscles and this was with teeth. Yeah, you're talking about a 50, 45, 80 pound dog. Full blown ad. It just turned it up. And the, the dogs from this Pacific Mmm. Breeder are, have been bred for hundreds of years to do what they did. I'm not going to get too much into the history, but then again, either online or in a book. Sit down and read the qualifications. These guys had the history, just everything is phenomenal. And then you wonder why this dude is so, so mellow. And then you go up to his, one of his training centers and you watch them work with the dogs and he never raises his voice. It's a nice, easy commit. That was actually the first thing they told me. Because I'd always been trained that if you want to get a dog's attention yeah, yeah. Or you become stern or whatever, if a well-trained animal well-trained canine, you don't have to do that. And it was so cool being around these guys who had these train dogs and watching how loving and caring, but also that canine had your six. There was the completely, completely that dog is there to make you secure whole whatever. I mean, I have, I have never been, so I'm not going to say afraid, but I will say uncomfortable, not never been so uncomfortable. So let's sum something or somebody down. Really, because that dog depends on you. Everything, if you give the wrong command and the dog does the wrong thing, then he messes up or she, right. Um, and it's amazing to see where they just kind of look at the dog. I was working with his Raven. He's a Naval special warfare, um, liaison. That dog is on point. I'm going to tell you. It was good that I didn't have to, I didn't know all the commands at the beginning because he was just looking at me like, dude, uh, come on, figure it out. I don't think so. What you want me to do, but the dog was so cool. And so patient, I mean, and they're like, and they're like people, right? He's a five year old dog, you know, he's seen. His share of injury. I mean, these things are athletes, right? I mean, just, it's just incredible to watch him work. And my boys Philly and all the guys at the Naval special warfare museum, a UDT seal museum, they were all just phenomenal, phenomenal. So, and then Christian, like you say, you don't have to bribe him or anything. I remember like. Back in the day when I'd worked with some of these handlers, they wouldn't like, you know, give them food or whatever, but like after they got through. Doing their job, you know, whatever that was either hunting somebody down or shouldn't say, honey, you know, finding a burglar or whatever. Right. It was hunting. Don't change what they are. Okay. So after they did their job, I remember the like with golf, the big thing was if he did it, you know, did a good job. And he always did a good job. He got to play with a tennis ball. That's not really a problem. Is it? Or is they changed that now? Is it an L. I and one podcasts, not enough. And we're probably gonna have to go down down in the fall. I'll go down in the fall and watch a demo with the dog. If you see what these dogs do. It's incredible. I've seen with the Hindu is incredible, but I didn't know if that had that part had changed. I mean, and it's not a question of, you know, being, you studied martial arts with Nate. I Okinawan Kempo, Kung Fu everybody has their own take on things and dog training's the same. Okay. But I got it, but I gotta tell ya, the reason I want was Oak. Well, the system I went with because ultimately it would be upset with me if I started talking about it, praise right. Was because to me it was the most, it was the cleanest and most devastating of any system I'd ever started. Now, having said that the same, um, the same type. Of training is what Baton canine does. These dogs are bred for this, and this is the funny part. There's four or five dogs in a room. And if we had a police officer at his animal, there is canine, Hey, the dog was not a Baton canine dog. They came from a different, which is cool. Right. But he didn't really play with the other dogs. Now, these other dogs all came from Baton canine. But they're different ages. They were, none of them was there ever at the same time, but they're kind of growl and, you know, posture and then they sniff and it's like, Oh, you're for Baton. Well, how did you know? You know, and it's like, you start laughing and it's, it's so weird. Those dogs are play together. You let another dog. Try to jump in that circle, God forbid, but then here's the good part. If the other dog gets in there, all the handlers got to do is say one phrase and the dog stops and I'm talking mid attack. The dog stops turns around and comes back, sits down to his feet. Wow. And I mean, we took, we went to social places where we were eating and I'm not going to use the words, the training method. Right. But anyway, when, when Philly gave the command, his dog bullet, boom, right down like whole and people in a restaurant or watching us like what the hell? And they got dogs running everywhere, being crazy. And then, uh, you know, I feel I'm pretty cocky, right? And I looked at, I looked at Raven and I said, Hey bro, you ready to make daddy look good? Yeah. And I gave him the command and he kind of looked at me and he goes, all right, I'll give you this one. And he laid down and he laid down. It was cool. I was like, I felt like a dog handler. You know, it's like, this is cool. I mean, at this point in life, aye, aye. I've seen a lot, but spending time with those dogs and that whole scenario. And, and then obviously being around, uh, my, uh, Naval special warfare buddies, my brothers, it's awesome. You know, it's like, and it's saying, when I go back to Philly and I see my, my buddies who are cops or my, my buddies who are cops in Chicago, which I pray for them every day. Cause they're in a no win situation, but I pray for all policemen. I should say that. But anyway, Seeing seeing these dogs did, it was beyond cool. It was beyond awesome. I'm telling you that was a part of the solution. That's part of the solution. Oh, absolutely. Yeah. A black community, a white community, Hispanic, whoever, if you see a cop of the dog, are you gonna run? Nah, I don't think so. And you're not going to say, go ahead, let them go. You're not going to say that you're not going to stay ahead, let them go well, but if you do, there's something really wrong. You're, you're smoking some of that Colorado weed or whatever. Um, but also would have been Basadur for like, you know, when we talk, we talk about trying to impress all the time is more community. Close contact policing. So everybody knows each other. I suspect if like, you know, you can't, without with those dogs, you can't, people can't walk up and pet them, but they could be in the car and the guy could stop and explain what's going on and how, you know, I mean, that's, it's still a reason to talk to somebody besides I just got a call here, you know, just another reason that let's be friends, let's get to know each other. I mean, you know, everybody in my neighborhood growing up. In my neighborhood. Yes. I witnessed firsthand my parents going through discrimination, right? Yes. I witnessed firsthand people looking at us differently, but here's the deal. The people that were friends of my parents always went above and beyond to make sure we were included and everything. And that's because they knew them. They knew. And that's the key, unless you know, someone I'm not gonna invite somebody in black, white, or purple. Right. I'm not gonna invite somebody in my house. I don't know. Have you heard about the purple anyway, but yeah, go ahead. I don't want to say, Oh, you know, you're not going to get into that, but you know, that's the deal. It's kind of a man. It's, we're not taking the time to get to know each other and now everybody's chosen a side. So speaking to that, you want to talk about the movie now? Yeah, let's do that. Alright. Now what did, what did you think of it? So. I thought it had some really, really good parts in it. Okay. I thought it started out too slow and I think that's, especially for one of his movies, that's not a good thing because you know, people have a short attention span. Right. And it doesn't. Yeah. It doesn't get you like going right away. You got, I don't know. Is this going to be worth watching or whatever? I ended up watching it actually in two different parts, like, you know, half and a half. Yeah. I'll be honest. I'm not sure if I would have gone past the first, maybe 10 minutes, except that we said we were going to do this. And I'm glad I did, but, but I think that was the weak point. There is that I don't think it started out really strong and then it got better. There were a few parts and I want to give it away for people who haven't seen it. There were a few parts in there. I thought as far as how they found their treasure, a little farfetched. But, you know, I'll give them that one. Um, it's a movie, it's a movie. I thought, you know, it reminded me a little bit of a couple of the movies that have been out there with like maybe a little bit different take and. So there's some good and bad to that. Obviously you can compare it. So it's kind of reminds me of this, you know, so maybe not completely as original, just a little bit different, maybe whatever. Yeah. As it went on, though, it got pretty strong. Like, I mean, there were some parts in there I go. Okay. And I have to, okay, so I'm going to run around here. Live, I can ask you a question. So Otis. Cool. Yeah, that guy just, just when he starts talking, it's cool. Right? I'm his voice. He's got a cool voice. Oh my gosh. But was he, so I thought he died and then, you know, the other thing happened at the end. So was that a dream or was he dead? No, he was already, he had already passed. Okay. So that was just, that was his him giving his, his dissertation, his eulogy at the end. Oh, okay. Okay. Okay. That just hit now. Now, remember his son got the letter. I don't want to give too much away. Anyway, at that point it was, and we just gave part of it away. Anyway, sorry. Sorry. You should have watched it anyway. So, um, his son by reading the letter, visualizes, his dad giving the information. Okay. So that's what that was about. Right. But see, as, as, as a military person who's seen. Um, racism in the military. I wanted to see more. I wanted to see, I wanted to see interaction that justified why he took the title. You know, I I've seen it twice. And I'm going to see it again to try to, I'm going to watch it one more time. Cause I'm I'm I'm I'm not. So who took the premise? The purpose of the movie is the five black guys who were, um, Who were the, you know, the five brothers? Yeah. Okay. Got it. Right. But they're talking about how, how the military and the military leaders scent black soldiers in first, right? Or, well, what's your, are you infantry? What's your. You know what was going on. Yeah. Yeah. And it's like, and I anymore I'll tell the movie, so I'm not trying not to, but I was looking for more injustice. I was looking for more. Mmm. I guess more meat on the, you make this a military movie, there should be. And I was like, there should be more military shit. Right. But you know, to be perfectly honest. Okay. You're talking about discrimination in the military where, where people who experienced it know it. Right. But where is it in the movie? Where do you talk about, you know, they showed Muhammad Ali, right? And they showed a section of him saying I never had any issue with the element. Right. Okay. On a present. I agree. Okay. But he got no respect in his country and our country, right. A hundred percent, which caused huge risk and many families, even ours. Right. Including ours. Right. And just the situation where folks looked at the whole gig as. You know, at the time they tried to make him a M he was a coward or he was this or that. He made a fair statement and people, although they understood it, didn't appreciate it. You're not always appreciated like Colin Kaepernick. I don't know if you compare those two. I don't, I, you know, I just threw it in there just to see, well, okay. So I, I know, I know you're somewhat of a fan. I'm not that much only because you will change this tune depending on who's paying them. Yeah. Well, here's the deal also. He wasn't the first African American to take a knee during the national Anthem. He was not the first. No, no, but why don't we, why don't we call, you know? Yeah. He's the one that paid the price. I don't know. He, I know, but Jesse, like he, okay. He made a statement like yesterday on Twitter about, I'm not going to stand with you and your white supremacy, 4th of July. Right. But back then, I didn't see that. Oh yeah. I'm like, I'm like really? That was this year. That was like day before. Yeah. Day before yesterday. And. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Sorry. You know, it's one of these years seasoned. He, yeah, he got, so here I'll I'll I'll tell you what he said. He, this, uh, he called the celebration dependence day of celebration of white supremacy. That's what he called the 4th of July. But back in, uh, Yeah, let me just go back a little bit here, here. Here's the here's the, go ahead. Go ahead. The first person to get killed in the war, I guess the English. Well as an African American, he was actually biracial. I apologize. Tell me that first part again. I was trying to find the other piece here for you. I said the first person that was killed by the British and the war of independence. Was an Aboriginal American. Yeah, he was biracial. Uh huh. Mr. ADIs I believe so. We're not going to stand with that either. Is that what he's? I mean, I don't get in his head. Yeah. Well, and then I don't know, dude. Well, no, but, but here's the thing he said. He said, uh, Total opposite back in 2011 said, he said like, you know, uh, slavery and everything. It was something that happened all over the world, different groups against different groups and more true. It's still going on some places, which is actually pretty accurate. But now I'm sorry to say, but evidently like his. Niche, um, business or whatever is it's very divisive. I mean, it's like, you know, I, I agree with that to a point and a point. I don't okay. Now I, the reason I like Kaepernick was B and because he actually, when it came up, he was a first one or only one to say I'm doing it. And the reason why, and he put money and local groups and San Francisco to help them. Um, figure out how to deal with diversity. So, I mean, he is, from that point, he was, he was, he was putting his money where his mouth is. So I give him, I give him credit for that. Now you can't change the narrative. The NFL gives you a, a chance to showcase so they could bring you back in the fold, which is what you say you want to do. And then you don't go because it's scripted. Well, of course it's scripted. It's a tryout. Right. You know what you're going to do? So, you know, I just do what everyone else is required to do. Here's the deal, you know, the people who are, who are suffering the most right now, I'm waiting. Okay. Are African American women and indigenous women. Okay. I'm looking at, so yeah, it's kind of hard to argue, look at the statistics. Well, but they don't bring it up. The women part enough either lately that's no. Oh no, not at all. No, not at all. You know, I, I, I wish I w I made a comment about, um, dads and dads standing up, and then I had somebody remind me that the dad isn't always there. And that was the meaning of my statement. You know, I had a unique situation was my parents or my parents loved each other and were there every day. Right. They, they did parenting. Some people say awesome. Some people say not, but when, when you did something wrong, that was corporal punishment. Right. Right. But they were there together. They were unified in their decision, which makes it, which made it easier for us too. Agree with whatever the punishment was, because it must've been bad for both mom and dad to get upset. Right. I knew it was bad. Yeah. Yeah. What's something we don't have right now. We have mom fighting. We have dad fighting and they both want different things. And then depending on what child they changed the goal. Alright, so that makes sense. It does. I just, I gotta get this, cause this is like my pet peeve with Kaepernick. Okay. This is my biggest pet peeve. Okay. He's sent money and supported. Uh, I'm going to say the woman's name. Wrong. It's not a real name. It's like a chosen name, assert a Shirta or a Secura. And, uh, who now lives in Cuba? Who's a cop killer who escaped prison. And he sent that woman money. Okay. And I have no regard for anybody who supports a cop killer. So see, I didn't know that. Yeah. Send me if you text me the information I will and I'll go ahead and do research on it, but I know, I see. I didn't know that. Yeah. I mean, you know, and they, so hi. Like I said, we both agree. Yeah. Things need to change and there's ways to do it, but you don't, you don't do the other and this is no, no, no, no. So, and that's why, if you talk to. A lot of, you know, not everyone, but a lot of people who've come out of Cuba. They'll tell you that he's not their favorite person either because he's, you know, like, like we've talked about before all lives, all lives matter. Black lives matter. Yes. The organizational part, they have admitted their new Marxists and that's a lot of stuff that many of our family fought against to prevent. So there's two different things there that we're dealing with. It's not all the same. Yeah. And if someone thinks that I'm sorry, you can cut any, anytime. Someone actually thinks that that's a better way to live. Like they like, uh, you know, uh, a communist leader really cares about your poor people. They don't care about the poor people. They just care if we get the money from the other people, because they want to be in charge. Now that's about the only thing. It's all about control, right? Where we're living right now is somebody else wanting control. Right. And, and we're fighting amongst each other and not finding common ground. For what to give somebody else control. Right. And that's all we're doing. And if we were in fighting anymore, you know what? You just reminded me of something. There's an old, ah, it's a Richard Pryor movie and I'm trying to remember the name of it right now, but it had to do with prison. And at the end of the movie, he actually. He reads a statement, which is, I mean, it's, it's prophetic and it just reminds everyone that like we talked about before the oldest trick in the book is if we keep everybody fighting against each other, there's so much easier to control. So yeah, like we've been saying, you know, It's a one-on-one nobody wants you to be one-on-one with anybody. Cause if you do that, you figure out that most people are really good and there's no reason to be fighting. And guess what? There's no reason to be fighting. Let's look at everything else that's going on right now. Like, you know, they want to take away the immunity from police officers. Why not look at who made the rules that they have to follow? Yeah. You know, let's be fair. They, it, law enforcement is they are enforcing laws. They were sworn to do that. And the laws they're enforced to follow were made by somebody else. So those laws are, uh, discriminating. Or if those laws are just completely unfair, maybe you need to look at that group of people and see how we make some change there for, yeah. Anytime you throw something at a police officer. Yeah, dude, you got to go to jail. Yeah. I'm sorry. Yeah. Back in our day. Yeah. Now we got the double whammy when we have the double would be, and then you've got to deal with the parents. You ain't gotta deal with the parents. So yeah, I mean, it's, it's all, uh, if we just take the time to look at what's going on and not look at it as I'm on this side or I'm on this side, but step in the middle, take a little bit of a left, a little bit of the right. Put it together and then look what makes sense to you? Think about the whole situation. I agree. I agree. Well, we'll make it a little bit lighter for the next few minutes. First. I gotta tell you, this is just, I just saw this. Uh, did you see the Costco nut? Have you seen that yet? Costco. What? The nut head. So basically, I guess this happened yesterday. There's a video out there. Some guy in Costco. Uh, I think it's in Florida. I know that cause you know, we love Costco, right? So in Florida and uh, all of a sudden he starts yelling at some old lady because she said, Hey, could you please stand six feet away or put a mask on? Cause he didn't have a mask on. Right. And I know we've talked about the mass, whether or not we like it or not, but you know, it's an older lady when the store, if it makes her feel better or whatever. Right. And it's their rules, the employees don't have control over what you're supposed to be doing so white. Why make it worse? Right. So. He starts just going off and yelling and screaming at this old lady. And you're yelling things like you're, you know, you're scaring me in this envy completely nuts. What really ticked me off is all the comments right afterwards. Oh, she had the short hair. Oh, he's you know, and it's thin white guy. He's gotta be a cop. I'm like. That guy is not acting like a cop. You know what? He turned out the day, they figured out on Twitter, like in about 10 minutes who the guy was by his picture. They, they found him. Right. He was an insurance salesman for Allstate evidently. Oh, well let's just say he may not have a job. Yeah. I don't think that'll think that's going to be the case. That's at least what you're saying. So, yeah, we'll see. But anyway, let's talk about the fight. The fights coming up, it's going to be this weekend. Did, so you think it'd be boost versus Mazda at all? It's going to be a knockdown drag out. So he got, he ended like in 10 seconds, uh, aspirin, which yeah, which we thought was going to be a big wrestling match and it was over like, well, he caught him by surprise. Yeah. Yeah. Fighters make fights. Oh man. Some fight. Some guys could be world beaters. And then they find a guy who's a different style or has something that they've never seen. And while they're figuring it out, the other guys punch him in the face. You're telling me styles, make fights. Aren't you? This is going to be a good one. They got Uzman about three to one right now. Um, I know, I don't know. I like bad boy. He is. He is. I'm not, he's a bad boy. I mean, it could go either way this fight and it could go really quick too. So it's going to be, you know, um, but it isn't, Uzman, isn't the one you always see him working on the gym and he's got his little girl in there with them. Isn't that the guy he's trying to be a good dad as well as be a good fighter fighter. Yeah. He's yeah. He's obviously a good fighter, but yeah, so that's pretty cool. I mean, the whole situation is really. It was really top notch. And I gotta say for Dana to take it to, um, Dubai. Yeah. Brilliant. So it built this place for it too. Yeah. Yeah. So it's just four. So it was coming. Next thing you know, the conspiracy theorists will say. They built it so they can ask you and you buy it where you go. Okay. That's fine. Yeah. It'll work. We're going to kill half the world. Like you come watch the fights here. Have you ever been to Dubai? No, you have though. Huh? Did you got to go? Yeah. Those people know how to, they know how to party. Oh, do they really? Yeah, who's been there that I, I, some comedian, I want to say, uh, fluffy. It has been there. I think that's where he went and he said the hell is fluffy. Uh, uh, yeah, uh, you know, he's, uh, he's, uh, the Mexican guy that, uh, a little bit heavier and he talks to them I'm not fat or something I'm fluffy, he's funny or fluffy. Yeah. I think he went there. I hope I'm right. But, and he said they really know how to throw a party and they, they got the fall. It's, you know, you talk about first class, right? It's one of the, and my past life working as a contractor, one of the guys we did, we worked for and his family. I'm not going to say, but he had a watch drawer. That he had over easily, over a hundred watches where he would go, you know, like you'd have a dresser drawer. He had the small drawers and he would pull out an APB telling me, and I'd look at him like, dude, you're killing me here. That just, that dresser was worth about a million bucks just to dresser. And that was one of, I don't know how many, Oh my gosh. Yeah, but he, you know, he loves America. That's all another story. Yeah. Yeah. Well, you know, so, so friends, friends, and family, we only need like a billion downloads so we can have those watches. So come on, work with us here, Billy, maybe 2 billion. I don't know, maybe 2 billion. Um, okay. Last, last, probably enlisted. We don't want anybody think that we forgot we are working on. And negotiating well, the Saki master to get him on. So yeah, he's been a little bit of a butt right now, but I totally understand why is he, you know, he really has taken a hit with his business. And I think that whole thing is he's not in a, a very given all right, right, right. Unless he's given out crap, he's a good guy. He really is. Uh, but ease well, more way more seasoned than your eye. Right. And not worth the wait to LL work the, yeah. Yeah. I mean, it's pretty cool. It is. All right. Well, we haven't solved all the world's problems. We probably solved one or two and I think we just leave it with, I think with our constant, you know, if there's a message, I mean, we're here to have fun and talk to our friends and, you know, everybody get together and kind of, but I think if there is a message it's like, you know, we, we can just. One-on-one uh, People are good. Let's just remember that, you know, and then we'll figure out the rest, but, uh, don't be, don't be fooled or, or dragged into, you know, you, you belong on this side or that side, you belong on your side and your site is probably very similar to the person standing or sitting in front of you. Yeah. Just get to know him. Yeah. Just get to know this. Ask questions. I mean, we don't say, Hey, come on over tonight for dinner. It's shuck your family. Why don't you get to know them? Have a male talk. I mean, break bread. How hard is that? Unless your coronavirus genders. So yeah. Yeah. Coronavirus. I hope, I hope that things weakened and like they say it might be, so that would be good. I'm gonna leave that alone. Don't you, didn't you read that, that, that they're saying that it's starting to the virus itself. It looks like it may be weakening. So it's going to be around where he's going to get a bit, if you get it, won't be nearly as. Powerful. I hope that's true. That's all I'm saying. Yeah. I'll tell it to the guys who get sick and die. That's the old version with the new version version 2.0, then also here pretty soon. I'll have information through Oxford university on hyperbarics and its affects with the coronavirus. Oh, the study is better. Is way better than using. Can you just a quick, a quick, um, no commercial? Nope. Not even anything about background next week. I want to make sure I want to make sure I have all my, all my information before I put that out. Okay. Well, we're going to talk news, no fake news, and we are going to talk about it and I'll just leave it at this, that actually one of us has quite a bit of background in this area. And it's not me. All right, we'll talk to you all later. We'll go and take you on Paul. Michigan we'll be back soon. We will never change our tune. We thank you for your loyal support. So please subscribe and share our port sound off wound to sound off three, four sound off wound two, three, four. Let's roll.