Are you Ready to Roll

THE SEVEN WORDS YOU CAN'T SAY HAVE CHANGED !

July 21, 2020 Paul Marrick/Jesse Clay Season 1 Episode 6
Are you Ready to Roll
THE SEVEN WORDS YOU CAN'T SAY HAVE CHANGED !
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Are you Ready to Roll
THE SEVEN WORDS YOU CAN'T SAY HAVE CHANGED !
Jul 21, 2020 Season 1 Episode 6
Paul Marrick/Jesse Clay

Jesse and Paul Discuss BLM and the seven words you can't say now. We use them all the time.Sports, drinks,the Judge case. Epstein ,the shooting in Detroit and dumb people.


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Jesse and Paul Discuss BLM and the seven words you can't say now. We use them all the time.Sports, drinks,the Judge case. Epstein ,the shooting in Detroit and dumb people.


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 committee, 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 wound to sound off three, four sound off long two, three, four. Let's roll. Jesse. Are you ready to roll? I am ready to roll. Let's go, buddy. All right. What do you want to talk about first? Oh, geez. So many topics. So little time. Exactly. Well, you know, let's start with this BLM, you know, all about Bureau of land management. Uh, no, no. The other one, the other BLM that starts out peaceful ends up destroying property of small business people that are the, the lifeblood of this country. But I guess the thing I want to start with is did you see that deal in Detroit where the guy, um, Where the kid tried to shoot a cop point blank. Yeah. I guess the rules are changing, I guess. I guess you have to be shot before you can shoot back now because they got mad about that too. So you got to catch a bullet before you can. I think that's a new rule. I think so could throw throwing back because you don't know for sure if he was really trying to shoot you or not, maybe it was just trying to send a warning shot over your head or something. I don't know. Yeah. Well, if he hadn't held the gun sideways, you'd probably hit the opposite, knew that was coming so that, that, you know, that that whole gig, you watch it on television or YouTube, whatever your medium for preferred media reference sources. And you see the guy pull out a gun. They're handcuffing his friend who, by the way is what? Four, three, four homicides he's charged with. Yeah. He's got Warren. It has nothing to do with the, with the protest and he hit it. Yeah. Yeah. He had more. So they went after him. So the guy pulls out a gun, pulls up. Now read my lips. The guy pulls out a gun, points it at a police officer and discharges it like three times. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. Tried to kill the cop, tried to kill the cop and they were good for riding because the cop shot it. Yeah. Yeah. In fact, that cop, that guy, that guy should go buy some lotto tickets because. First of all he missed. And then he went to tackle him and then the other cops started shooting too. Cause I mean, he still had the gun. Yeah. He could have shot him because he could have been shot twice. Yeah, yeah. But, and then there, and then when they had like 300 people show up to protest that it wasn't right. That he shot him. But I don't know. I don't know what the, the, the logic here, there isn't any more. Yeah, there isn't a logic. No, it doesn't exist. You know, it's a joke. Hey. Uh, if you had noticed as a black man in America, I can tell you this straight up, you follow the rules, you do what you're supposed to, and you sh you all, you will. Yes. You will have problems with some of the more, less than people on the planet. That's ignorant. That's a good word. Yeah. Okay, good. I'll use it. Yeah. Somehow even the ignoramuses bone, understand what ignoramus says. So I'll say the stupid folks, they have black or white see color when you know what, like going back to the canine deal that I did, right. Dogs don't look at each other that way. It's a, it's a crotch Smith and an ass Smith, and everything's good. And you go on from there, but people, man, it's, there's just too much going on. This is ridiculous. Yeah. It's it's like, there is, I think, I think we need to differentiate. I think the actual, the organization, uh, BLM is literally trying to get us to fight with each other. I don't think, I think the people who actually believe in what they're saying, but yeah, they're putting out there. It's like you can't do right. So you have to fight with each other. Well, who's, who's putting it out. Let's start with that first. I mean, when you start quoting Martin Luther King, And you do a peaceful March. I get it right. When you start destroying properties, throwing rocks at the cops and burning down buildings, where does that fit? And what, what are you, uh, if I'm not mistaken, I never heard of Martin Luther King doing that. No. He used my words. He used his words quite, quite well to get his point across. Yeah. So, you know, or why aren't we upset about all the black youths that are getting you that are getting killed in Chicago and it's black on black crime. tell you now. Well, Italian. Yeah, I don't think so. My uncle Luigi, wouldn't be here the two Utes, but yeah. Explain that to me. You can have a March for a guy that shoots at you. Didn't hit him. Thank goodness. Right. She had settled a law enforcement officer. Almost point blank, point blank. He's God was watching or whatever. Did you believe? Yes, I believe in God. So that's how it goes. Yup. God was watching he's alive and you're going to March because he shot the guy or his partner shot him. I don't get it. I don't know. I don't get it. I think he tried to tackle it. It doesn't matter. I mean, it was justified yet. They're still demonizing the cops for defending themselves. I mean, obvious defense. At what point do you stop blaming somebody else for your problems? At what point do you stop looking for a handout? At what point do you stop trying to make an issue out of something that you weren't even around when it happened? And just try to do your best from right from this point on, from the time you have on this earth, why aren't people trying to make their lives, their family lives better instead of going blaming somebody else. I, I have no words to defend because you're correct. There's and it's not an opinion it's effect. How can you possibly. You know, even in our lifetime. Okay. You and I are old enough to know and see differences that have occurred, like growing up as kids and things and how we treat each other, whatever it's gotten. I mean, I think it's gotten better. I think it's got, you know, over time there were a lot of things that don't happen now that happened 30 years ago that are now against the federal law. Okay. Yeah. Obviously some things have gotten better. How can you, how can you say, I, I can even say I feel guilty about something if you weren't even here when it happened. Yeah, or, and this is still killing me. Someone making a statement here. Let me show you a YouTube video to tell you how to be a good black friend or how to be a good friend to a black person. How about you just be a good friend. It doesn't matter what color they are. Yeah. They're all just friends. We're just friends. What? His friends. Yeah. Why not? You know, it's funny. I've got a lot of Italian friends. I've got, I've got friends from all over the world, right? So listening to this woman gets a speech I've been around locally. So listen to this woman, give a speech about, if you really want to know, understand me, understand my history. That's a good point. So what do you know about a tie in history? What do you know about Irish history? What do you know? Hey, the Irish had, this is a bad as. African-Americans when they first got here. Oh my gosh. Absolutely. Yeah. Look, they went through, look at the Italians. The Italians went through, look up kids coming from Vietnam. All these other countries they're come from war torn countries. They're treated like pariah here. Yet. They go to school, they get an education, they move forward with life and they don't and they thrive. Why? Oh, probably something to do with the family unit. Yes. Like back in the day in the sixties and seventies, what was it? Almost 80% of all black households were two parents. Yes. Seven. Was it 78? 80? Yeah. Now it's like less than half. Less than half. That's ridiculous. That's ridiculous. That'll show you where a lot of the problems come from. You know, I mean, I. Oh, this, this, this is just it's mind blowing to me. How people are still looking for an escape goat. Well, and I still believe, I truly believe in my heart that. The people that are getting the most attention right now are lack of a better term, the minority in the entire group. There it's not it's. I think most people, I really, I mean, from our personal experience, most people, they just want to take care of their family and when get them fed, get them an education, hope their life a little bit better than that. That's always the goal you want your children to do better than you. You know, that's why you spoil your kids. Yeah. Well, my case just play your grandkids, your grandkids. Yeah, grandkids. I got it. I got to get this out. Okay. I've been working on this this weekend and we talked about it a little bit off air. Um, And we mentioned last week, actually titled the title of last episode was we use George Carlin as part of the title for the episode. And the reason we did that was because back in 1972, 1972, Jesse, he came out with the original seven words that you can't say on TV. Okay. This is every day now. Yeah. This is how things have changed. You can say that seven words on a lot of TV channels now because we get our. Are our shows from different outlets now that don't necessarily have to follow FCC rules and the womb changed. I don't usually talk this way, but I need to make a point. So for our listeners, our friends or family, I apologize ahead of time. We do Mark this, that it has explicit content. So you should be prepared for that. But I just want to kind of share with you real quickly, how things have changed in 1972. These are the words you couldn't use on TV. According to George Carlin, I wish he was here right now. You couldn't use shit. Kiss. Fuck cunt cock sucker motherfucker. And you couldn't use tits. I don't know whether they had tits on there. I agree with him that that shouldn't even be on the list, but the rule has changed, Jesse. I swear. Here's the new list. Are you ready? Glad you're sitting down. Peanut gallery, grandfathered tipping point mumbo jumbo, cakewalk, hip hip, hooray, shitty or sketchy shit. So shit still made the list. Okay. There you go. There you go. Yeah. And you people, you can't say those things, you people, yeah. You can't say those things anymore. And I was thinking about this and I was thinking about it and I was thinking about it. I thought, my God, what is, I mean, well, I'm here that I have just before I come to the conclusion, is that. Most words have several meanings. Okay. So it's within the context that you use is the word that you have to decide whether or not it's discriminatory or whatever it might be, right? Yeah. But evidently now the new rule is if anybody, and by the way, some of the words on this list. Okay. They is the suspect may be discriminatory. They're not a hundred percent sure, but just in case, I probably shouldn't use them. All right. As you put them on the list, anyway, I'm on the list anyway. And the thing, the problem I have with this, and you know, we've talked about this before is you start getting rid of words. It's like burning a book, one word at a time, right? It's dangerous. It's very dangerous. Pretty soon you don't have a history. You don't remember the bad things that happened. You don't remember the good things that happened. So I put a lot of thought on this and I came to the conclusion. That the problem is that we allow or are allowing just a few people in the peanut gallery to take us to our tipping point, talking about a bunch of mumbo jumbo, thinking that life is always a cakewalk. So hip, hip hurray, for all you people. Whether they're shitty or sketchy because the truth of the matter is the people that are coming up with these stupid ideas are just a bunch of shitty, pissed off fucking cock sucker motherfuckers. And I'm taking the word tits out because it shouldn't have been on the list to begin with. All right here. Yeah. You feel better now? Very good. That was that I was lighter, engaged than I liked. There you go, buddy. Hey. Yeah. I mean it's every, every time you turn around, it's something new. I mean, You can't eat this. You can't say this. You can't walk over here. You can't. I don't know. I mean, you're right. You're wrong? Yeah. At what point do the people who fought for the religious freedom, vocal freedom, you know, freedom of the first amendment, second amendment. Hey, at what point do we say those guys didn't matter? Yeah. What does tearing down a statue? Do what ms. Terry, that's true, but what does it do? What, I mean, I can understand. I can understand if you live in the South, we have a democratic, we have a judicial system that you vote. If you vote to remove a statue and put it somewhere else. Move it don't just tear it down. Isn't that a violin, you know, it gets back to two wrongs. Don't make a right. There's probably more than two wrongs right now. Yeah. There's way more than two wrongs, but at one point, but what, at what point are people going to go? You know, we have rules and things put in place. I guess the more important question is at what point of our politicians going to get some frigging balls and do what the hell they're supposed to. I mean, I watched the mayor. I was mayor today this afternoon, talk about how she was going to defy the president and she was doing it because she thought he was overstepping his bounds. Well, show me in writing, show me some federal bandaid or, or, um, local mandate that says. The president United States can't and force or induce martial law. There are certain things with the 10th amendment with the state state rule, but, but typically I'm not an attorney, but typically you cannot supersede federal law. State law cannot supersede federal law. So yeah. So if your town is burning yeah. And you have things being torn up there. I mean, could you imagine, I couldn't even imagine my father being alive, watching the news now and hearing they burned down a police station, actually, several. I could I, could I just got this, this vision? Okay. I could picture your father and my father standing there and watching these young kids who don't know. And they're not all young kids and they're all, and they're all different colors. Don't it's not okay. I didn't tell you one thing. That's the best thing I've seen about the BLM. That's about all these, all these different races, right? Hoodlums, but race. Yeah. Yeah. But the wrong reasons, but there, yeah. Yeah. I could see them standing there looking and going all right. I think it's time that some of these kids got a spanking. I mean, literally. Yeah. I mean, Oh my gosh, just, but I say that, but you know, like talking about the, the one kid from Canada, it, some do get it. I mean, and I think a lot more people get it. They're just not getting the attention. But you brought up, you brought up religion. It's really funny. So this, uh, McWhorter, he's a linguist. He reviewed the book by that professor de Angelo about white fragility, right? Yeah. He said, he said after reading it. Um, he identified the fact that I don't know that it really should matter, but just what he said was the fact that she's white and she seems to know so much about black people, that her book is actually condescending and it wasn't like she was trying to have a teaching moment. It was more like she was almost trying to start a religion and read his comments. I mean, he was very eloquent guy. Um, he says the things he says is you can't for book basically says if you're white, you're guilty. You're evil and in the end result, there's really nothing you can do about it. You just have to suffer. Right. And I was thinking, God, can you imagine religion? No, no, no. Seriously, whatever. Really, if you believe in religion, you don't believe in religion, whatever. I don't know any religions. You and I, I think both raised Catholic, right? Yeah. Okay. Think about that. Think about this. Put this in context. We're little kids or we're adults, whatever we're going to go to confession. Right. See the priest, blah, blah, blah. Did this, that. Cleans your soul, maybe clears your mind a little bit and you work on being a better person. It's an offer some sort of, uh, uh, and an end result that is, you know, like better. You're going to be better off and makes you feel better. There's something there's some redemption right now. I have a pen that she needs to do dependence. Yeah. But there's the end result is there's you feel better? There's they're offering you something, the religion is offering you something that's hopefully gonna make you feel better. Maybe you're going to be a better person. Okay. Hopefully. Yeah. Hopefully, hopefully, but at least there's that chance and that, that is what they're offering. Okay. And it's based on faith, right? It's not based on science. Her book is not based on science it's based on faith. However, her religion would be like going to the priest and saying, I did this, this and this and the priest saying you're still an asshole go out and suffer. That's basically how it works. And it's just, it's ridiculous. Yeah. I, you know, The the more, I, the more I read, not just the media feeds. Right. But, uh, just like I got into him reading him away again, and I really love the way he describes things. And then a buddy of mine turned me back onto Angelo and it was like, wow, this is phenomenal. And then there's some other things you read about what. What the Japanese put the Chinese through what they put the Koreans through, what the Russians did, and everybody did something bad to everybody. There's nobody who didn't get hurt or didn't get there or get, get a good night. Nobody gets a free walk on this. You're right. Nobody gets a free work on the earth. And you talk about the slave trade. There was black selling black support druggies. So what are we going to go after Brazil now? That's how silly, you know, what, that's how silly it gets, because let's take a little trip to Brazil. How are we going to know who's who, because it's a very, very like mixed society, right? So how are you going to blame? Who are you going to blame? You know, I mean, I mean, you know, here's the thing and we, and we've talked in different versions of this before, just because your skin is black. Doesn't mean you're your mom or your father couldn't have been white. Right. So w w which, which I talking to you, right. I guess I'm just talking to you. I guess I'm just talking to you, Jesse. You know, I just, uh, it just, it gets to really be, it really is. It's ridiculous. It really is. Yeah, it really is. Oh, it's beyond ridiculous dude. It's beyond ridiculous. You know? I mean, I just don't, I just don't get why people can't just get along well and I think what's going to happen. It's I think that's where they put it on the list tipping point, because I think a lot of people are getting to the tipping point going, you know what. None of this makes any sense anymore. No. And, and it's going to lose its, you know, I watch, I guess I am getting seasoned. So it was actually in the show last night and I, a commercial came on and I don't remember her name. She plays in the w MBA or whatever. This is how the commercial went. I need 60 seconds. Right. She told me how. She financially is really well off. She lives in a great upper-middle-class neighborhood. Her children go to private school, um, all these really wonderful things. I'm going, wow, you're doing, you're doing better than me. You know, living, living the American dream, but we need, we need to talk because we need to make things better. I'm going. Geez lady, you described a really nice life. I don't, you know, I mean, I don't know what she was trying to get to and she never did say so anyway. Well it's all up to interpretation. Yeah. Yeah. You know, it's like, um, I don't know. Who's the best football player that was wearing the blue bandanna. I don't remember his name. He's got a beard. Uh, and then we start yelling at him for wearing a blue bandana because they said, Oh, you're supporting the cops. And he goes, I just thought the bandanna looked good, covering up my beard. Now he can't wear a blue bandana. I mean, that's how crazy it's gotten. Well, you know, in certain neighborhoods and African American communities, you can't wear red or blue. That's true. That's true. We know that junior found out about that. Didn't he? That's true. Yes he did. But that, isn't what they were complaining about. They're saying that you support police. If you were a blue bandana now I'm like, this is going to get exactly that's what's going to happen. Yeah, something's going to happen to one of them. And who the hell are they gonna call? Yeah. And you're not going to call it Ghostbusters. You're going to call the police. You're going to call the police. I know, I know the, uh, he, you know, uh, uh, judge Sala. Let's, let's, let's go the conspiracy route for just a few minutes. So judge Salah, very sad. I mean, can you, you know, your host horrible. Yeah. But she had just been, so we're going to do the conspiracy theory here. She had just been giving a call about a week before our case, that involved, uh, Epstein. Yeah. It had to do with banking with Deutsche bank and, and, uh, they were being sued and she was going to handle that. So. Interesting at the very least, even though they're downplaying it now, because supposedly this attorney that they believe is the one that shot her son and her husband, um, had had dealings with her in court. But when you look it up, you find out that. The dealings he had with her is not easy when he won, she slept with him. So I'm like, why would he go shoot her? Right. Yeah. Pull the trigger. Yeah. I always get a little suspicious when very quickly after the fact the gunman ends up dead. I don't, you know, I mean it just, and then like a couple of weeks ago, this fellow named Steve Bing. Who was, uh, uh, he inherited like about $400 million from his parents were big real estate investors in California. And he big supporter of Clinton. Real good friends with Clinton hung out with, uh, Epstein. Um, last year he had this, so he was, I want to say he was like 56. He had a 28 year old girlfriend that very suspiciously, uh, Oh, deed the way she, Oh, deep wish he, she thought she was taking a Xanax, but the Xanax was laced with fentanyl and she died, supposedly. Yeah. He jumped off a 27 story-building a week or so ago because he was so depressed over her death, although, and I'm like, maybe he was, but he was quite the Playboy. In fact, he was at the Playboy mansion all the time when they were, and he just, he got around quite a bit. Right. The other interesting part is supposedly according to the, to the young lady's mother, well, I'm going to be go ahead. Well, she said that she said that, uh, her daughter. Uh, I want to say her name is, uh, uh, Alexan wa or was Alexander had tried to convince Steve, her boyfriend to tell, um, the justice department about all the things that Epstein was involved with. And then she suddenly met her demise and then he met his demise. And now the, you know, people say, Oh, well, they're trying to kill the judge too. So she wouldn't go on with the court case that I don't think people understand. That's not how you do it. If you're going to try to make sure they're scared enough, because it just goes to different judge. You make sure you're scared enough to know how to, how to handle it. That's what they're trying to do. You know what we're going to say? I'm sorry. No, the thing is, you know, he, he may have been that just that much in love with her. I mean, think about it. He could have been that much in love with her. He could have that by not doing something, um, caused her to lose her life and he felt responsible. It's very possible. It's very possible. I just find it interesting. A lot of people in the, in that realm seem to disappear. Yeah. You know, that's quite the void that's Oh. And of course today, the, uh, the media put out. And I, and some media, I believe somebody I don't, but I cross reference everything that I watch. So that's, that's how you say, make sure what you're watching is correct, or just listen to us slightly anyway, two years, but they, um, but they had Trump and Ivanka on with, uh, Epstein and. I forget the gal's name. Oh, a gorilla or whatever. Yeah. That's this whole thing. Is that sad? Because it's sad because how many young women had their life ruined because of those monsters and there's a lot of them. Yeah. I don't know. That's scary. That's scary. Anybody who's known, you have to be scared. Yeah. There's a level of naivete. I believe exists. It should exist in kids, but, and when you do something to violate that you should pay the ultimate price because you're stealing somebody's childhood. No argument. No worries. I don't know. That's just me. Well, that's, that's kind of colon the herd, right? Yeah. I mean, that'd be the easiest. Yeah. Yeah. It's funny. I listened. And all these people here stateside compliant about wearing a mask. Okay. I get it. It takes two seconds to get on and off, but yet they're pissed that we don't have the same, um, recovery. As Japan, South Korea, China, Norway, Finland. All. Yeah, they all were mess. Get them Batman. Can you read that underneath? I ain't to put my glasses on. Geez. Now we're legal. Illegal. Yeah. Not even a comment on that right now. I mean, it is kind of interesting when you think about it that, you know, he, he was behind funding. What happened. Okay. He was one of the people that gave her money or got funds. For this research $3.75. That's true. Yep. That's true. And gain a function is a dangerous thing because you're trying to figure out, um, how to either make it more contagious or more powerful. And so how to control it and how to control it, obviously that may not have worked correctly. No, no know. I think he was trying to not don't get me wrong. I'm not saying he was trying to do something devious to hurt people, but a lot of scientists at the time said, you probably shouldn't be doing this and maybe they're right. And this is a scary thing. The Chinese open markets are still doing the same damn thing was that the BBC had a. Had a show on about that. It's like, didn't we learn anything from this whole pandemic? And the answer is no, we learned nothing. Hey, you know, what do they call it? Insanity when you do the same thing and expect different results. Yeah. That's exactly what that is like talking to you, uh, your friends at Oxford or anything, or how's that going? Yeah, it's actually going pretty good. I'm waiting for them to send me a, uh, another study back. Okay. Um, there is some, there are some research that's pretty compelling and then some that's, that's not, and I think it's the amount of pressure used in the hyperbaric chamber itself. Tell everybody like what atmosphere. Um, and the while in the Navy, I went to school to be a dive medic and a regular medic. So, um, I got to do a lot of things work with the Marine Corps, of course, and Naval special warfare. I worked with, uh, making sure our guys doing, uh, OT dives, or sat dives or different kinds of things. Um, came back. We put them on dive tables and ran in through the hyperbaric chamber. And then I got out of the military, uh, did some other work for awhile and hooked up with a buddy of mine. And we decided to open up a hyperbaric medicine center and wound care center. So it was basically working with folks who had diabetic wounds and then we were hyperbarics was used using the turbo was kind of our turbo. Um, process that helps them breathe oxygen under pressure, which over which stimulates and oxygenates the blood. And then, uh, we gave IB therapy under pressure and it's seemed to work. I mean, you're basically turbocharging the body hyperbaric medicine in this country. We have 14, 15 different indications in Japan. They have like 300. And Oxford, and in Europe they have over 400. It's just incredible. Uh, but again, the people who are going to save us, right. And this pandemic is big pharma and the people who are going to, uh, who hate hyperbarics the most is big pharma. So are you possibly suggesting that. There might be a more, I don't know if hyperbaric, you can say natural, but a more natural lead than having to take a pill or a vaccine might be a way to solve some of the problems. I think once you get to the disease, once you get the virus, sorry, not disease. Once she gets the virus, um, once you've contracted it, hyper Berg's can help. They've proven that it helps more than right. Um, Right. Um, what do you call them? Um, not regulator ventilator. Ventilators. Yeah. Yeah. It works better on a ventilator, but yeah, still there's a lot of science that has to come out when it comes to science. I'd rather see all the information, then just breaking a breaking up, whatever chunk fits my, yeah. My desired outcome. I gotcha. I gotcha. But you think it looks politics? Yeah. Oh my gosh. Yeah, we are. Yeah. We're breaking up. Whatever fits you, you know, I've never seen, I've never in my 60 plus years, I've never seen this country more divided ever. You know what? I want to ask you this though. Yes. I think yes and no. I think there's that perception because that's what we see on TV all day. And I think there is that, that the two groups that probably are, but I have a sneaking suspicion. I hope I'm right. That the vast majority of people probably aren't as extreme as those people that we see on TV from day in and day out. I don't, I don't think it's the same. I think there's probably, there's probably a difference there to a certain degree. I believe. I think possibly it's, um, it may not be as bad as we think, but if you watch CNN or you watch Fox, Oh, the world's coming to an end. Yeah. Or you are, or are you listening to the, this is amazing. People will throw out crumbs to see which direction you go. And I've been fortunate. Knock on wood. Okay. I've been fortunate enough to kind of, you're not in watching this on YouTube. That's an old story. Anyway, go ahead. Yes. Just I'm just watching. See what people do. Yeah. I mean, it's a minefield out there. It's amazing people. Go ahead. I was gonna say it's amazing to me that the end of the world, uh, idea sells commercials. If we're going to the end of the world, who cares if you're going to buy a product, right. I mean, but that's what sells. Yeah, getting that Subaru and drive they lived, but what do they look like? What do they look like afterwards? I mean, yeah, so not a Hill drinking. What? Speaking of drinking, where are we doing the next show? We, so here's the thing. I'm not really quite sure because the governor has tightened up things again and. The people that we've been dealing with to go do some remote shows are being very, very responsible and, you know, they had, they've had to shut down because they've had some cases arise within their workforce. Yeah. So I'm going to, I think we should probably to be fair to them, we will re rename. Remain nameless on who they are right now until they're comfortable that we can go in and enjoy something. Libation partake. Yes. Yeah. There at, we are going to do it, but you know, these are some really tough times for a lot of people. And especially like you said earlier for the, you know, that. That small business owner who is literally the foothold of our nation's economy, they're getting into the hardest, hardest, you know, and it's, it's, it's tough. It's really tough. So we hopefully in the very, very near future, we'll be doing some remote, uh, podcasting from some really very cool, interesting lane and entertaining locations, uh, to help support, um, These, uh, these businesses and maybe educate all of us a little bit more on the different types of, you know, adult beverages that are out there and the histories and, um, just, you know, Think about how much our lives have changed the world. You're right. There has been some good, because we've gotten to spend more time with our families, but we are a social animal and people like they didn't have, it's not like, it's not just, Hey, let's go over here and get that whiskey or that Saki or, you know, it's, it's getting together with people, you know, and enjoying and discussing and talking and just being around other human beings. And that has limited. Yeah. Yeah. Not looking at your phone every five minutes. To see, you know, come on, specially, if you're sitting at the sushi bar, man, I'm telling you, right. Yeah. Oh, that's true. But yeah, so that's a big, I think I'm hopeful that in the next couple of weeks we'll be able to do that. And probably what we'll do is. Have some way of letting you all know ahead of time. So if you want to come join us for a drink or something, maybe we can figure something like that out. That would be nice. So, yeah. Um, but yeah, I think that's, I think that's where we're at, uh, August 15th, the big trilogy. So you're, you kinda hinted at it before, but it's a steep and, and, um, uh, Oh, crap. Sorry. I hate when that happens on seasoned a steep steep Bay is there they're having their third fight. Yeah. You're just not going to tell me his name. Are you okay? Nope. Anyway, uh, we'll get back to you with that information. Everybody else knows his name. It's just me. That can't think of it right now. Anyway, August 15th, they're fighting again for the third, the third time. Third and final time, I think. Yeah. So what is your prediction? I don't know. I was, uh, I was a little, I was off this last bite. I was off this last week. I was off. I visually, I didn't really count on the, Oh man, this is tiring. Or my outfit weighs so much. I'm going to, I'm going to, uh, I'm going to run out of gas before the fight. I don't know. I just, uh, I'm just trying to figure this one out. What's that now there's a bunch of is UFC this fight Island thing. Yeah. That's huge business. And the guys that I know in the UFC that are actually on the Island now, right. Are saying, they've heard they're having some of the best training sessions they've ever had. Oh. Once they get there, once they get there. Wow. I mean, you've got people who are just hanging out, waiting to fight. Really? It's that nice. Yeah. When you go in. I'm not, I have other things planned coming up, so no, I'm not going over Hawaii. We'll see. We'll see. Nobody knows. Yeah. Well that would be nice though. Um, yeah, so, okay. Uh, that sounds good. Uh, I think I look forward to doing this again next week and maybe as things progress. Maybe we can do get an extra one in here now, and then just because there is so much going on. I, uh, yeah. It's uh, yeah, that probably a good idea. Yeah, I think so. Well, so everybody, you have a good night. Um, and we're going to roll out of here. 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