Are you Ready to Roll

SO YOU JUST WOKE UP FROM A 16 WEEK COMA, WOW THINGS HAVE REALLY CHANGED!

July 28, 2020 Paul Marrick/Jesse Clay Season 1 Episode 7
Are you Ready to Roll
SO YOU JUST WOKE UP FROM A 16 WEEK COMA, WOW THINGS HAVE REALLY CHANGED!
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Are you Ready to Roll
SO YOU JUST WOKE UP FROM A 16 WEEK COMA, WOW THINGS HAVE REALLY CHANGED!
Jul 28, 2020 Season 1 Episode 7
Paul Marrick/Jesse Clay

REMEMBER THE MOVIE HARD TO KILL WITH STEVEN SEAGAL? HE'S IN A COME FOR SEVEN YEARS AND WHEN HE WAKES UP EVERYTHING IS DIFFERENT. WELL NOW PRETEND YOU'VE BEEN OUT FOR JUST 4 MONTHS AND WAKE UP. YOUR WORLD IS UPSIDE DOWN AND TO TOP IT OFF,HILLARY CLINTON IS JOE BIDENS RUNNING MATE,WE ACTUALLY DIDN'T DISCUSS HILLARY ON THIS EPISODE,BUT MY GUESS IS WE WILL BE,HA HA 

  

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REMEMBER THE MOVIE HARD TO KILL WITH STEVEN SEAGAL? HE'S IN A COME FOR SEVEN YEARS AND WHEN HE WAKES UP EVERYTHING IS DIFFERENT. WELL NOW PRETEND YOU'VE BEEN OUT FOR JUST 4 MONTHS AND WAKE UP. YOUR WORLD IS UPSIDE DOWN AND TO TOP IT OFF,HILLARY CLINTON IS JOE BIDENS RUNNING MATE,WE ACTUALLY DIDN'T DISCUSS HILLARY ON THIS EPISODE,BUT MY GUESS IS WE WILL BE,HA HA 

  

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. All right from the supermax facility at South Ridge, Fort Collins and our, sister facility located somewhere in the outskirts of castle rock, Colorado. Yeah, this is, are you ready to roll? You're ready to roll. I'm about ready to roll. Okay. So we were thinking last week that we, we keep mentioning all the time that you really need to. No read all the different news articles from all the different stations and newspapers to try to get even just a semblance of what might be the truth. So we decided that we keep saying that maybe we should just provide that service to a certain degree, and we're going to do it kind of an interesting format. If a lot of you remember, hopefully the movie called, hard to kill with Steven Seagal. I have a friend who says he runs like a girl. I'm not going to get into that, who that might be, but anyway, In this movie, in that movie. Yeah, I get it. I need to stop right there. Go ahead. Go ahead. He doesn't, I can't say he runs like a girl because that would make girls sound bad. I just, when I watched the Olympic gals run, Matt, Nate is tear stuff up. He's not even in that caliber. All right. Now that we got that cleared up. thank you. Anyway. I wish I had it actually had a, you told me to get rid of, it was a smart move when, Stephanie started driving my truck. I had a license plate set, hard to kill on it. I couldn't find it today. I was gonna bring that up. But anyway, the premise of the movie basically is he gets shot, goes into a coma for like seven years. And when he comes out, everything's so much. And so we were thinking about it and think about the last four months, like I said, about the last 16 weeks or so. You could use that same premise because so many things have changed in the last four months. Yep. So imagine being in a car for whatever reason, maybe it was even COVID, maybe you're in, they finally got you out. You're back alive. You're waking up, what's going on and you're in your hospital room. And the first thing you see as a baseball game, And you're looking and you're looking closer and you realize that there's nobody in the stands. There's just these cardboard cutouts, and you're going, what's going on. And then it get kind of confused because you could hear all these, like the audience. Yeah. Crowd's screaming and whatnot. And then you see. Yeah. Yeah. Although are supposed to be these fake people kind of blow over. And you thought, man, it must been a big play, but it was just the wind blowing down the cardboard cutouts, you know, what is going on? And the only thing that's still real, the only thing still remind you that this is major league baseball is they're still spitting all over the place. So, but other than that, it's all not as much. They're not spending as much. Yeah, I guess it's, if you're having dinner while you're watching you notice it more, so, okay. But anyway, but you're going, what is going on? And you know, someone's sitting there with you, maybe a buddy going well, that's just how we do things now. Has anything else changed? Well, yeah, evidently after today, Unfortunately having to watch some of those hearings with, the attorney general bar. Evidently. Yes. So we can straight about this. I think we both agree. Yeah, no one does mean no, that's how we teach our children. Someone says no, no is no, but evidently now yes. Also means no, because under questioning one of the, senators from Georgia, As a direct question to turn a general bar. And he said, yes, that's exactly what we're doing. And then she said, I'll take that as a no. So I'm just saying right now, that's probably one person I'd never want to ask out on a date because no matter what you do, you're going to get in trouble. Yeah. And you better not cause your wife would cut something off. It's all hypothetical. Hypothetical. Okay. I'm just saying, I'm just saying I agree. What do you think about the, I had to go back over it again. They're talking to so much about it, but with the masks where you're sitting in the room and you wake up and everybody's got a mask on, you don't even know who anybody is because they're all wearing a mask. And in the old days, 16 weeks ago, right? It was illegal to wear a mask. And once it was Halloween yeah. And where we were in the mail, stop the spread. Well, you can go either way on this. If you look at other countries that have done it, right. They don't have half the, the numbers we have. So is that, is that from the mask? Is that from diet? Is it from their healthier, what is it from? But if you take the competent and I'm rating her out, just the mask. Yeah. But I'm, I tend to lean towards what you just said is that it might be also the way it's employed. I think some, some, some cultures are probably more stringent when someone says, Hey, this is what we need to do. Other cultures might do it in a much more restrictive way. And here it's like, whatever you think that works for, you will work for you. In other words, like they probably wear a mask better in other countries than we do here too. So what, what companies, countries are homogeneous? Yes. you have the Asian countries, Japan. China. Well, they have a dictator there, so, and, and South Korea, we don't know what's going on North Korea, right? The Vietnam, you look at those places. They said, Hey, if you want to live and you want to do this, we're a mass. And they have, and their numbers are a thousand percent better than ours. So I think at some point we need to look at take example from somebody else, because in this, we are definitely not the leaders. We're following or we're not following, we're just doing what the hell we want. So probably that's probably more along that line. I got to say, though, I got to say with that email, I got the other day from UC health. It was very interesting where just surmise it's it States the sciences in wear a mask. And then when you read the article, they have no science to back it up. They're just suggesting it. So I think that's very misleading and. It lends towards people going, if they actually read the article. Well, you haven't given me a really good reason to do it. You're just saying do that every time. Even when they interview Fowchee. Hey, what's the thing about masks. I said, you absolutely should be wearing in the sciences there, but nobody ever provides that science and it's because it doesn't exist, you can guess. And you're right. It may, it may work in other countries that may be a big part of it, but they don't actually have any real studies that say it does. And the studies they do have say it doesn't so, yeah, it's, you know, and I think that's part of why we have so many people doing so many different things right now. Because there isn't any standard that they can back up and say, this is, you know, you got to believe me because here's the proof. So anyway, so you're still laying in that bed. Right. And, Yeah. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. Hey DC. Okay. His name is DC. I remember one thing at a time. Listen to our last podcast. I can remember the name of the other fighter. That's going to fight the Croatian about a month from now and my really good friend over here. Wouldn't like help me out. Lick a buddy, you know? I think it was like, like with the mask, you know, you've got nothing. If you had something, you would've showed it by now, you got nothing new, the accountant's dead. You know what I mean? So anyway, well, you know, I don't like that guy anyway, so for me to mention his name. Okay. So it's just a, it's a Freudian slip. Yeah. Non-slip or not slipping. Yes. The latest thing here in Colorado, actually, it's kind of interesting. It was where there. talking about, well, polo said, don't be stupid. We're gonna close the bars at 10. So he's telling the rest of us not to be stupid. We're gonna close the bars at 10 because that's going to save a lot of lives, but he doesn't tell us how. Yeah. I think the restaurant associations probably had it by now because they've been hurt so bad by all the rules and everything going on with this. If you, if they could provide again, some science that backs that up, I'm sure they would all go along with it, but they're so flagrant with, well, this is okay for you, but this isn't okay for you over here in this situation. And I think it's caused a lot of strife. Within the state. So they're actually suing him right now. It'll be interesting to see how that plays out, but yeah, I really like, I mean, closing at 10 and then he says, well, maybe I'll just close them at midnight. Well, that's almost last call anyway. So what do you, what are you doing? Yeah, exactly, exactly. You know, along those lines too, you find out. and I find this really kind of, it's not hilarious because it's a serious issue, but. The national association of teachers doesn't want to send their teachers back to the classroom. So two weeks go by in the entire country without a single case of COVID-19. Which means they're never going to go back to school. Right. Because that's not gonna happen. Yeah. So I don't know what the point of that statement was either. Well, just tell him, you're not going to get paid until you go back to work. Hey, that works. How about that? If they, if they get through this next stimulus package and it even comes close to what, you know, the Republicans just stated, well, we'll make sure if you can't get a job, we'll pay you 70% of what you would at work. I think that. That will, that will solve some problems because all of a sudden, a lot of people that aren't working right now and the jobs are there, we'll have to go back to work. And if that happens, I think a lot of things settle down. I just think there's too much free time out there for a lot of people right now. Well, I think part of the system though, too, is people work the system and they understand how to work. It always helped by understanding how to work it, you get ahead. Is it right thing to do? Who's the say, you know, like my buddy's t-shirt said today only God can judge me and I sure it's not only him. So all I can say is, I mean, we sh there's no science for this evil, right. You know, tell me, yeah, if you were, if you were working two or three jobs and making X amount of dollars right now, you know, you're making more money and staying home. So, does that motivate you to go to work or does that motivate you to stay at home? I don't know. Maybe when it's all said and done, and then at what point do we stop this? At what point do we stop the madness and stop paying people to do nothing? They have, they have another word for it. I'll leave it alone. Well, how long can we afford to do that? I think we're just about there anyway. Yeah. I guess the other thing, and we talked about this last week, so I won't go a whole long into it because I know you're going to get really upset, but I guess I've said about what, well, this, the you're you're getting this. the other thing we don't do anymore is when you are shooting at a police officer point blank, And you read the newspaper article and it says the victim was, I guess, nowadays the perpetrator is now the victim. so that's changed. When are people gonna wake up and realize that, one or two situations that cops were bad does not constitute tearing down? The only thing that keeps us safe with, with the rest of. The 3% of humanity. That's freaking insane. Yeah. Yeah. I get, I get the blue wall. Right. Let's don't agree with it sometimes, but I get it right. But you know, at some point we just need to open our eyes and go. We're letting you know, what was the quote from the Cincinnati, the owner of the Cincinnati Bengals. We're letting the inmates run the prison. Yes. Hello. In this case, the inmates are running the prison. There was an interesting thing. Brought up. one of my colleagues is a FBI. He's a black FBI agent. He's done pretty well. He's, he's experienced some racism and the Bureau, and that was cool. And we talked today and he's going like at, at what point do we, do we take control? Do we stop acting like idiots and, and the folks that aren't doing, what the hell they're supposed to do? You know, when do we, when do we realize that there's a rule of law for a reason, at what point. Do we get back to normality. Normality will be different this time, but it's still we're. We're just, we're lost right now. I mean, look at Portland, look at what's going on in Seattle, Denver, you know, it is it's the world's upside down in the fact that you can't use that R word. You have to say it's a peaceful, peaceful protest, even though, I mean, buildings are burning down. they're throwing evidently they're filling spray bottles with urine and other flammables, and then that that's fine. But once you've been at the bar all night, but, and spraying that at the cops and throwing bricks and rocks and that's okay. But that's okay. Yeah. That's okay. Yeah. That's okay. Yeah. Cause that's how your parents raised you to disrespect authority. Yeah, get it. Exactly. And then, you know, I dunno, I love watching the moms March and have their kids. I get teaching your children about social awareness and standing up for injustice, but I don't get watching kids pick up rocks. I'm not saying those kids did. I mean, teenagers, older kids. Picking up adults picking up rocks and throwing them at the cops. I don't get that. I I'm, I'm confused or blaming our president for just some of the idiot. I mean, there's a lot you can blame them for, but don't get me wrong. Every president has the same thing. Right. But I just don't get blaming him for a. For the cops, a couple cops doing bad things. He made an interesting statement the other day saying that, white cops kill more white people than they kill black people. That's true. So that was interesting, but, but none of the major media streams are showing it. How about bad cops make bad decisions, which get people killed. Better training, more understanding more community policing is the answer, but nobody wants to hear that it's too easy. That makes sense. There's no sensationalism in it. Yeah, it makes sense. Doesn't sell newspapers. No, it doesn't. And, and the mere fact is more training would identify those in need of more training or removal. That's right. You know, if you, if you're, if you're practicing ahead of time, before you put them out on the street, you're going to notice some things don't realize what's going on. And that's probably the biggest issue that we don't have here that we probably need more of is, is, is training. We've talked about that before, but, but that doesn't sell a paper. Yeah. Well that separates people from the Naval special warfare community that I was in with everybody else. And why are we the best or why are they the best? Why are we, because I'm still a part of that community is because the amount of training we go through, nobody else trains as much as we do. And nobody even comes close to job proficiency. So on that note, like just out of a typical week, not, on an active assignment. Okay. How many hours in a week would you guys train? We trained five, six days a week, eight hours a day. Right. Based on what your mission was. Right, right, right, right. So you adjust for whatever that was and you start practicing. Right. And, and that, that probably isn't very realistic for a street cop, but you know, an hour in the morning and maybe four hours on the weekend as a team that I'm sure you could do that. And a lot of them don't. Hey, I know police departments, you know, because I'm a tactical trainer, right? I know police departments that don't have the funds to buy bullets to do, to do regular shooting. I worked for one of those departments. How could you, how could you have somebody involved in a shooting or a high stress situation when they really haven't? Had enough experience to pull a gun? You're absolutely right. We had to go out and buy our own bullets and we got a team together with our own just to practice just so we would be prepared. I mean, you know, we had, we had the people with the knowledge, but they wouldn't, they would not buy us bullets. How crazy. And then when something goes bad, Are you supposed to explain where the bullets went into the house? Three doors down from where you were shooting? I mean, you know, yeah. If you look at the guy, when he's he shot through the door or the gal who was, a man, I can't remember her name now. She was just getting off work. They were going to serve a warrant or in the wrong place, shout up the door to get everything wrong you could do. Right. And then, And then the boyfriend comes out. He's not it. Why does he was 10 get a direct line of fire. Wow. So, you know, and he pulled the weapon because people were breaking into his house. You can't blame him? No. You can't blame him. Yeah. So in result, so two things on that. I, one training too. I have have mixed emotions. Leaning more towards, it's probably better to not have just on the side of caution. I have a real problem with a lot of these, no knock warrants, because lately it seems like for some reason we're at the wrong house or if we can't be a hundred percent sure where we're at or who we're dealing with, you shouldn't be allowed to go into a house without telling somebody there. Yeah, but then again, look, look at who you're going after. They're not, they're not going after. No, not war. It's not for people. Oh, no, no, no. I got you. I got you. But you know, I give you a beer example way back when we had that fiasco with, with, Waco. Okay. Yeah. And you know, they brought in tanks and Janet Reno Brown and everything just over escalated, that whole situation. They, they certainly did it. And I think because of that, a lot of people that died that didn't need to and bring up another sore subject back in that timeframe, the Texas Rangers had suggested. That you just let us park out here about two miles away from their complex, because all they wanted to do was get okay. Yeah. He said just let us sit out here. Yeah. Let us sit out here. We know he goes to the store. Yeah. Once a week or whatever about this time. He's, he's almost like clockwork. Just leave a couple of us out here when he comes out, we'll pick them up without incident. He's going to be by himself. And that'll be it, but they had to send everything in. And like you say, over escalate and, and I'm sure unfortunately, people die, die that didn't need to because, well, we're gonna, we're gonna make a statement. There's too many, too much politics and how we operate law enforcement agencies right now. And that's a big problem. Yeah. Being, being a law enforcement officer is one of the hardest job. I mean, nobody likes, you know, I mean, think about it if, if you're Oh yeah, yeah. When they meet you. Yeah. Yeah. And then you're, it's a whole different ball of wax that you obviously know more about that than I do, but. Well, you know, you come from a family of law enforcement. Yeah. And you, all I do is train the knuckle heads. The ones that have bullets. Yeah. If you don't have any bullets, I can't train you. Sorry that like that old, what was that old joke? You know, we're not gonna use bullets. I'm old. I know how to joke, but the moment the guys says, we're not going to, we don't, we don't use bullets. We know where to get hurt, so we're going to go to war. So when you see the guy running towards you. it starts off with you just have a knife, right? So when it gets close enough, you go stab, stab, stab, stab, and the other guy might go bang, bang. If it goes, bang, bang, you lose. You're going to fall down. But if you're lucky enough to get them, then you wait, then you pick up his fake gun and then you start running. You go bang, bang, and then the guy's running towards you. You go bang, bang. And the other guy says I did that. He goes, but then this other guy running towards me running towards me and he won't and I'm going bang, bang, bang, bang, and fall down, fall down. He won't fall down. And then finally, as he runs over my body, I can hear him say, take any tank tank, any tank taking a tank. I don't know. I just, I think I heard that when I was about to say, I believe, I believe it was when you were seven before TV. So anyway, 14 season that joke, I think there's an advantage that you have or had, or both. At least, well, maybe not. You can expect at least when you went on assignment, put it that way. it was a little bit more defined. Like we're going to go here, we're going to do a certain thing. Everybody pretty much knows while we're here and we can take it to like the highest level. Okay. Where if you're a cop on the street, you have to figure that out. And just a few seconds situation. Is that there, your end is fluid. Yeah. It's constantly changing. Right? And then God forbid, if you're doing that, the domestic, Oh my gosh. Then everything changes. I mean, so you, you know, you have to be counselor, you have to be, you have to coddle, you have to try to figure out what's going on. The whole thing is changing constantly. The situation is fluid, so you'd never know what's who's the bad guy. So you go a guy's beating up his wife or wife's beating up her husband. And you, and you find out that one of them is, has got a felony warrant. Yeah. Guess what? Yeah. So now the whole thing is changed. So who knows those were the, those were the worst type of calls in that even, because a lot of those incidences, I would end up at the same house all the time. Yeah. It was really sad. And so you can become complacent because you think, well, it's going to be just like, it was the last time. Yeah. And unfortunately it doesn't always work out that way, so that sometimes. That's one of the biggest problems copper cups have too, is that they get complacent and they don't look up. I don't know why they're not looking up as a thing, but they get so used to doing things a certain Wayne's dealing with people a certain way. People can change very quickly. And then that all goes out the window. Yeah. Then life is way different. Exactly. And I don't. Yeah. Yeah. Well, people don't, I don't think like you're. You know, the general population understands that they just think, well, you should've done this or done that, but you had time to sit there and think about what you were going to do. You have to decide that in a split second and try to do the best I can with that. Yeah. I told you about my buddy in, in Florida. He's a team guy. He's retired, was retired. he had a guy break into his house and he ended up, capita dude, right? And here's the problem because he was ex military and trained to the level. He was, he ended up getting sued by the survivors and lost his house. Even though this guy was in his house. Yep. Civil suit. What was, what was the basis of the suit? So I don't know, dude. He was so pissed about it. I didn't bother ask him, you know, when I was a kid. I remember, it didn't happen to my father, but it happened where he was working. There were chasing a burglar. And, actually I kept burglar and he'd been hitting a lot of houses in this particular area while they finally. Got got onto them and they were chasing him through these bag backyards and in California, you know, like every other house has a swimming pool. And so he's going over the cinder block walls. Boom, boom, boom. And they're there behind them. They're getting close to getting close and all of a sudden they couldn't find him. Well, he jumped over a cinder block wall and he fell into a pool. Didn't hit himself or anything. He just fell into the pool, but he didn't know how to swim. And he ended up drowning and believe it or not, her son that owned the swimming pool got sued by his, girlfriend. And she collected because they didn't have the light on in the pool, even though they had a six foot cinder block wall around the entire house. Yeah. And then, you know, it's, I don't know, dude. I don't know. I don't, I don't really understand why if somebody breaks into your house and hurts themselves. Right. And you didn't invite them. Right. They could see you have a great legal system. So justice is. Well, I don't know, like that movie with Arnold, right. Arnold then who was a Jim Belushi? Yeah, they said they, it's a cold read where he playing like a Russian cop and and everybody's going to get mad about, well, the cops aren't gonna get me to put this. The, he says, wouldn't I am blue. She's going, well, you can't just go out there and shoot these bad guys like that. They have rights. He goes, they don't have rights. They're they're criminals. And he goes, yeah, but you know, the politicians and everything, he goes. Yeah. When we took over, first thing we did is lined up all the politicians and we shot them. He goes, yeah, yeah, yeah. You can't do that here in Chicago, all the attorneys in Melbourne, let you get away with it. We shut them down. When I used to dream well, you know, every everybody's got a job to do, and I understand that, right. And some people are more adapt at doing their job. Well, and you don't need to check some balance. We make jokes about that, but you know, you do need, because sometimes things do go wrong that should not have. And you want that. You want that, you know, like I said, checks and balance to kind of equal things out, but sometimes it's so obvious that it is you're right. It's amazing. What, you know, there's a big difference between. What's legal, illegal, and what is right and wrong. Unfortunately, sometimes that's the case. It's not, they don't, they don't necessarily go together. So you and this, and this is the time again, I'm so upset with, with the police union. And this is the reason why they have multiple opportunities to reach out to the community and say, Hey, let's do, Krispy Kreme day. And let's all meet at Krispy Kreme. Sit down and eat donuts. Right. And talk about what's wrong. What do we need to do? What do we need to change? There has not been that. there's not been that forum and that's that's that, that bothers me because I know most of the cops that most of the cops I know are squared away. Individuals who care about making sure that their neighborhoods, their friends, their neighbors are all safe. That's why they became, that's why they became tops. So Y Y you know what? I know some people don't like the police, there's been times I've experienced until they know what I, what I do and who I am. Right. Then it's like, Oh, Oh, Oh, badge number. Who's your Sergeant? What do you want that for? I'm making a call. You need to be retrained. Yeah. You really need to be retrained. But in most cases, it's. As long as you. Yes, sir. No, sir. I mean show respect, right? They have a hard enough job. Now, the one, 1% of cops that are bad, gotta get them out. Yeah. But Hey, if you had training, you'd be able to figure all that out so much easier. And, and, and, and that, I don't think we can emphasize that enough because. You do two things with that training one, you retrain somebody that might have been a problem. And now they no longer are. Yeah, because you're going to identify somebody no matter what you do, they're a problem. And that can change throughout their career. They could start out really good and things could happen. I mean, environment has a lot to do with how you. Judge situations. Yep. Again, the training could have fixed some of that too. You get them off to, you know what? We gotta, you gotta remember what right and wrong is. You gotta remember what good and bad is. It's not all like that. I mean, that's a, that's a big problem, but it's solved with training, you know, it's just, and like you said, you made me think like, let's go have a donut, right? So there are so many benefits to that besides sitting down and talking to somebody. Well, what's your side of the story, because a lot of this, it's not necessarily fact. It's how you feel. Well, well, let's change how you feel. Yeah. Or no, an officer's name. Hey officer McCleary. Hey officer Donovan. Hey officer, officer Smith's officer Joe. Right. Well, whoever shows up to have the donut. Now all of a sudden there is that connection. I know who you were. If by chance, I see you again sometime in the middle of the night or whatever. Oh, George. I know you. Okay. You know, Fred, Oh, I know who you are, you know, so much better, but right now we don't have that. We don't have that. Everybody's supposed to be bad and no matter how you look at it, it's only supposed to get worse. I think, I don't know about you. Like I know talking to the cops, they're just very, very frustrated, but I think a lot of people are also just frustrated. They just want it to end there. I mean, they've got lives to live. They, you know, it wears on you after a while. Everything, you know, COVID the protest people are like, I mean, a lot of people who even initially, because initially it really was for the right reasons and it's been, it's been hijacked. So, well, I will, I will make, I will tell you something next week, that one of my friends who is a, let's say law enforcement, officiant auto was, he was on a force and then worked in DC for a long time intelligence. Okay. He had a very interesting point. Why people aren't going to jail now, mind you, he is Vietnamese. He, he, he was Vietnamese. His parents were, American sympathizers for the South. Came over here. His family's been here the whole time. He speaks four or five different languages, really nice guy, smarter, smartest Al. Okay. And we sat down and we talked about racism. Okay. He was telling me about what he went through and I was giving him a little bit about what I went through. Know my parents marched right down in Mississippi and Alabama. So I, I get it right. And then the listen to people now go, somebody holding this down, who's already down. Well, we can't get this digit try. We can't do that. Digit try. If you tried and it didn't happen. I got sympathy for you. If you never tried it and thought you were never going to get it, then what are you bitching about? Or because somebody a hundred years ago had to go through immense pain, immense injustice. You want the benefits now? No. How about equal standing? I think that's what we're all looking for. Right? Everybody. If, you know, again, black lives matter, breads lives matter. White lives matter, all lives matter. Right. So why don't we just deal with that and then have a dialogue communication and not on our phones face to face. Get to know people, get to understand where they are. If you have a problem, figure it out. If you can't figure it out on your own, get help. Talk to somebody. You know, you listen to you, listen to all these stories in sports, how this kid was, prime example, the blind side. Okay. You know, some of it, 80%, maybe 75 is true. 25% is Hollywood sensationalism. Right. I get it. But still, Oh, I forget the name of the movies. Yeah. True. Or war movies. But if you look at what happened, they adopted him and they brought him into their house because they felt he needed an opportunity. They gave him an opportunity and he. Although he went back, he used it. Bingo. Yeah. How many people don't use it? It's not how many people. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. You don't get that. A lot of other places around this world. No, it's the United States. I'm the American dream. How come everybody else can come here and get the American dream and not bitch about what they went through. Tell me how that works. I don't understand. I don't either people come here from war torn countries, people come here who have nothing, not thing and, and are qualifying for handouts. And guess what they do, they're making it they're pushing forward. The important question is the important question is. I know you won't tell us, but nobody wants to wait until next week. Why is it nobody's going to jail? Give us a hand. Nope, next week, next week, by the way, by the way, you just reminded me of something extraction. I know you didn't get to see it yet. I've been busy, but if everybody goes to about 11 minutes before the movie ends. You'll notice. I just got to say this cause it just drives me nuts. He went out to watch it again. You'll see Bruce Willis, who I think excellent actor done a lot of great movies and all like that. Right? The standing over the bad guy, holding a gun over him that he took from his son and he looks to his son and he looks back over. And now it's a different pistol and I'm thinking nobody's that fast? Well, it's I guess, so I guess suddenly I've got, wait a second. Does anybody else seeing this? That's not possible? I mean, not only do they have, you know, magazines that go forever, but now. I didn't like that gun. So I'm going to think about it and it's going to be, yeah, isn't that called? The matrix like this? Maybe it was the wrong movie. I was watching my movie. Hey, you know, I used it. Yeah. Last week about, the guy holding the gun sideways. Oh, I didn't get mad. I was frustrated because if you're going to hold a weapon, at least respect a weapon. Correct. But you ever watched like the John wick movies? He doesn't have half the movie. Yeah, but John winks, he's a trained shooter. He goes to Vegas. He goes to LA at two of the most, most of shooting schools. Yes. Yeah. Kiana. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, no, he does. He does, but it just, I was going to choose as well as John wick can do it. Yeah. Well, or she's at about a 45 degree angle. It's a little bit different what he was doing. And then it's a Hollywood thing. It's a Hollywood, it's hard to see that movie. And then. The commercial in between is, is him getting inside the phone booth to go back in time? It just doesn't it. Doesn't Brian, no comments. Hollywood is what Hollywood is. Yeah. So what's the, I think today we probably talked about enough things that probably ticked us off. So we'll get past that. Is there, is there something else that you really wanted to get out besides maybe tell us, like why people aren't going to jail? I dunno, just to cause whispered to me just, you don't have to like call everybody. No, wait till next week. Not at all. Sorry. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. I'll have my Hawaiian connection next week. So. We'll we'll get things figured out. Oh yeah, we can do from anywhere. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That sounds good. All right. Well you have a good evening. You too. Alright, man. Good night to everybody. 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