Episode 787

October 03, 2023


Complaining like the Whites

Complaining like the Whites
The No Nonsense Show - A Funny Experiment In Black Experience
Complaining like the Whites

Oct 03 2023 | 02:05:48


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The No Nonsense Show Episode #787

Mack thinks that cheating is cheating. He doesn't believe in any grey in this situation. Bringing someone back to your home and bed is just as bad as taking them to the Motel 6?

Mack thinks black people don't complain correctly. Emotion-filled, would be a good way to describe black people when they complain. He has an example of a colleague that wrote a letter and brought examples in his refund request. What are we doing wrong?

Mini Big Bang? Opening portals? Check and check...not theory...Already happened.

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[00:00:00] Speaker A: The views and opinions expressed by the no Nonsense Show and its hosts do not necessarily reflect views consistent with political correctness or the Rare Sonnets podcast network. So to get the show started right, we want to wish any officers of the sensitivity police a heartfelt beat us. [00:00:14] Speaker B: Can I call you my brother? [00:00:16] Speaker A: We've been brothers. [00:00:17] Speaker B: I know, but now we're brothers in cross. [00:00:19] Speaker A: No. [00:00:19] Speaker B: Yes, we are. [00:00:20] Speaker A: Oh, yeah. [00:00:20] Speaker B: Yes, we are. [00:00:21] Speaker A: Y'all got matching tattoos. [00:00:22] Speaker B: We brothers in cross now, bro. [00:00:23] Speaker A: Is that gay? [00:00:26] Speaker B: What do you mean, is that gay? [00:00:28] Speaker A: I mean, y'all like, if you put the little outline that he got, y'all got the same exact tattoo. Well, I feel like this if it has to be gay, he's gay, because I already had mine. So that means I'm a top, he's a bottom. [00:00:56] Speaker B: You are listening to the no nonsense show. 10% less bullshit than any other podcast, guaranteed. I just think they were question. We're brothers across now, so. [00:01:10] Speaker A: Let me see, man. Hold it up. Yeah, okay, so I see the difference. Yours is more Spanish and mine is more like Roman. [00:01:19] Speaker B: Yeah, it's not even the same cross, bro. What are you talking about? [00:01:22] Speaker A: Do you have alpha and omega on yours, too? No. Okay. [00:01:25] Speaker B: No, I just have so it's not too gay. [00:01:27] Speaker A: What are the writings? It's just slightly FAM. [00:01:29] Speaker B: The writing underneath says Rest in peace. It's the rest in peace background. And then the inside is his birth year and his death year. [00:01:36] Speaker A: What's at the top? [00:01:38] Speaker B: It says pops. [00:01:39] Speaker A: Oh, nice. [00:01:41] Speaker B: Shout out to good people, inc my boy Kirk, who does all my tattoos, and I think he does a great job. Yeah, because that one, the one on the dog is gangster. [00:01:58] Speaker A: I'll take everything I said back about the podcast. We're talking about having underneath, like leg tattoos. No, that's just fire. Yeah, firing gay. [00:02:07] Speaker B: Come on, bro. [00:02:09] Speaker A: That shit's fire. Because especially in the calf, his is not in the thigh because it's in the calf. Yeah. Now you got to do leg raises. [00:02:16] Speaker B: Not for sure, once I get back into the gym because I have to take like, a couple of weeks off. [00:02:21] Speaker A: Why you got to do those? [00:02:22] Speaker B: It's the platform that the tats are. [00:02:25] Speaker A: You got to be the fine. Are you serious? [00:02:27] Speaker B: You got to do the forearm things, too. You got to keep these things. The tats got to look good over years, right? Years from now, too. [00:02:34] Speaker A: They won't look good over time. Now, I've seen some old people with still looking good with the tat. They've got those touched up. Sure, why not? You might as well touch them up. [00:02:44] Speaker B: But what I'm saying, though, is you. [00:02:45] Speaker A: Don'T need to work out to have them touched up. [00:02:46] Speaker B: No, but you got to keep the skin tight, right? You can't have that. [00:02:50] Speaker A: I've never seen anybody's skinny ass calf turn into fudge. Like you got a skinny body frame, bro. It's not going to evaporate or sink. [00:02:59] Speaker B: But people's shit gets loose. [00:03:01] Speaker A: It doesn't not your calf. Bro, I have never seen anybody's loose ass calf. And that's what time about somebody really, really obese. Legs don't do that. [00:03:08] Speaker B: But I was thinking actually of the. [00:03:10] Speaker A: Forearms, and we're talking about guys, too. Women's thighs will maybe get like very chicken drumsticky, and they might get some cellulite in them. That's normal for women because they hold more body fat, you know what I'm saying? Just on a BMI scale, their number is going to be higher than men anyway. I've never seen a guy who's not morbidly obese have saggy calves. [00:03:28] Speaker B: Yeah, I was just talking to someone. [00:03:29] Speaker A: Big people have great calves. Yeah. [00:03:32] Speaker B: Because they have to lift that weight. [00:03:34] Speaker A: That fat ass body, right. [00:03:37] Speaker B: Calf raises every day. But someone was just telling me about that the other day. They were know people get bigger as they get. Know they gain weight, you know what I mean? Because actually what it was we were looking at Jackie Brown and Pam Greer. [00:03:52] Speaker A: Oh, she's terrible. But I mean, you know, Pam Greer looks bad. Does crack. I know these niggas be lying. Jasmine guy? Is it Jasmine guy? Jasmine Guy cracked like a mother. [00:04:04] Speaker B: I wouldn't say she cracked as much as she pam Greer. [00:04:08] Speaker A: Pam greer Blue. Yeah. No, she cracked her face. [00:04:11] Speaker B: Yeah, see, what do you think? [00:04:13] Speaker A: Black don't crack? She didn't crack. She just blew. Don't do that shit. I mean, she got older, but that's okay. Don't do that shit. They're not talking about crack as an actual crack goes down their face. They're talking about the shit don't look right no more. And hers, it looked like she got a skin suit on. Fuck out of here. [00:04:30] Speaker B: She cracked and she stuffed in it. [00:04:33] Speaker A: Yeah, she stuffed her own body back into her own skin suit. Jasmine Guy looks like she was on that. Did y'all watch Game of Thrones? You know when the queen, I think Masandi or Masandi, whatever, the red queen, right. When she took that necklace, she was old as fuck. That's how Jasmine guy look. It's a whole bunch of old cracked up ass black people. That's a lie. Black people do fucking crack. [00:04:55] Speaker B: That's funny as shit. But yeah, because I was I mean, just think what she looks like in Jackie Brown. I'm like when she was know, we look at pictures. [00:05:04] Speaker A: Jackie Brown. She wasn't great in Jackie Brown either. [00:05:06] Speaker B: She wasn't bad. [00:05:07] Speaker A: Yeah, she was not great. [00:05:08] Speaker B: She wasn't bad. [00:05:09] Speaker A: She wasn't good. She was below good for a woman. She was below good, bro. When you go back to the real. [00:05:18] Speaker B: Coffee or no, no, you're right. When you see her as a young Jackie, I mean, as a young, she was banging. She was like, damn. [00:05:28] Speaker A: Yeah. [00:05:29] Speaker B: You know who didn't grumpier old men? Who was that? [00:05:32] Speaker A: That was in that walter mathau. [00:05:34] Speaker B: No, the woman and grumpier old men. [00:05:37] Speaker A: I don't. [00:05:37] Speaker B: Sophia Loren. Who watches Sophia Loren was bad in her 70s, bro. [00:05:41] Speaker A: Yeah, sure. Yeah. [00:05:41] Speaker B: No, for real. [00:05:42] Speaker A: She's not black. You're not making a case. [00:05:45] Speaker B: But you said that the Latinos turn into SpongeBob when they get old. [00:05:49] Speaker A: I have a correction. I apologize. [00:05:51] Speaker B: Come on, speak on it. [00:05:52] Speaker A: I have to apologize to King and all my Mexican brothers and sisters thank you. In the country. America got a bad deal, bro. We got a bad hand when it comes to Mexicans. I think it's our food that does that to them. Nah, bro, I'm telling you. Mexican women are beautiful, and they're all shapes, and they're all sizes. The men look good, too. It's not just the women. I'm not focusing. Mexican dudes are fucked up. Mexican dudes are fine, too, but look like avocados. [00:06:21] Speaker B: You just said they look like avocados. [00:06:22] Speaker A: No, I don't know. I'm saying they're okay. They're fine. They're not all grapes. Like, they look all like they're grapes. Shape of a grape. They're not like that in actual Mexico. Mexican women are nice looking. [00:06:36] Speaker B: And you're speaking from experience, right? [00:06:39] Speaker A: I've only been to Tijuana prior to last week, right. So I didn't have a lot to reference based on Tijuana. Because Tijuana is San Diego South. [00:06:47] Speaker B: See how he's saying it? He's saying it real. He's saying it how they say it down there. [00:06:51] Speaker A: Yeah. Tijuana, Playa del Carmen. [00:06:54] Speaker B: Yeah. [00:06:55] Speaker A: It's nice looking people, man, at different ages, too. [00:06:59] Speaker B: Like elderly. [00:07:01] Speaker A: It's not old, not young. I'm just saying, period, right? The shapes that they have, there are nothing like the American shapes. The American shape is almost like they only let the ones who have potential for that shape into the country or something. I'm taking it back 100%. I'm taking it back all the way. My apologies to my Mexican brothers and sisters south of the border. I was wrong. I can admit when I'm wrong, and I'm explicitly wrong. [00:07:29] Speaker B: Okay, good shit. Because I wish fucking Smooth was here to fucking hear this, too, because he was on that fucking bandwagon, too, talking that shit. [00:07:36] Speaker A: Yeah. [00:07:37] Speaker B: And I was like and you guys got me a little bit because I had been away for so long. But then when I went back to Cali, I was like, Wait a minute. Nah, man. No, we're wrong. This ain't it. [00:07:46] Speaker A: No. Cali got some square bob. [00:07:48] Speaker B: Sure they do, but I'm telling you. [00:07:49] Speaker A: They mostly square bob. [00:07:51] Speaker B: They're close enough to Mexico to get some of the immigrants that you're talking about there, too, I guess. I don't know. But yeah, there's older, bad Mexicans in yeah. [00:08:03] Speaker A: What's unique about Playa is that Mexicans are tourists there, too. Like, they vacation there, as opposed to, like, cancun or some of the other ones that you just know of. It's just where they vacation in Playa also. So I got a chance to see locals. I got a chance to see people from all over, you know, foreigners, of course. [00:08:22] Speaker B: Well, French Reggie wanted to know, did you eat that tongue? [00:08:25] Speaker A: No, because that's not a thing. [00:08:27] Speaker B: Come on, you got it. [00:08:28] Speaker A: That's not a thing, man. [00:08:29] Speaker B: So lingua, they don't serve that down there is what you're saying. [00:08:34] Speaker A: I'm sure they serve it somewhere, but it's not like on every menu, street taco stand and every quesa. I didn't see it once, I didn't see that shit once. I saw a lot of quesadillas and fajitas and tacos and pastor enchiladas and stuff like that. All the stuff that you see in a Mexican restaurant here, you saw down there. It's just better. It just tastes a million percent better. Yeah, man, I'm talking about a million I'm sold. And the food down there is they're killing us here, man. No, literally, after I came back from Europe, I was like, we eating bullshit. No, they're killing us, man. I could have like an omelet or something in the morning at like 09:00. I wouldn't be hungry and I wouldn't even finish it. I'd get like three fourth, we're done, and be like, oh, I'm full. And I wouldn't even finish it. I'd be full till the afternoon. And then when I ate in the afternoon, I'm saying I'm eating the entire meal. I may not eat the last corner or something, but I'd be full. But not heavy, just full. I felt a better word, fulfilled. I was satisfied and fulfilled from an omelet early in the morning and then dinner, I wouldn't eat till dinner again and I'd be fulfilled. I wouldn't be overly full, you know what I'm saying? Whereas here I would eat way more than I'm supposed to eat and then in 3 hours I'd be hungry again. You feel like heavy bloated? Yeah. They're killing us. What's Kennedy saying? Saying toxic poison not there, man. I went to a grocery store down there at the Chujawi or whatever. It was beautifully taken care of. I'm talking about there was nothing on the floors. Everything was stocked perfectly. The produce and the fruit was crisp and beautiful and vibrant and colorful. The meats were all perfect. The butcher shop, the fish, everything was perfect. Bro, it's not what they're telling you. They are lying to us. Mexico is not this haven of crime and cartel, right? And death. Okay, minimum wage is about $1.0.44, but what can you do with that one? Is it a bigger buying power than the one dollars not in the tourist areas? Because I'm sure if you got away from the tourist areas, there probably are some cheaper grocery stores, whatever, but even the Walmart was in good condition. [00:10:42] Speaker B: You just what? [00:10:43] Speaker A: Yeah, man. We went there looking for I left my aligners here by mistake. So we went down there to try to find something for like a mold I could put in my teeth to just hold them in wherever they were. Right then I couldn't find anything. But guess what I did find on the shelf? Insulin. $3 medicine on the shelf. On the shelf, man, we're drug addicts in America. On the shelf, bro. You pick your own insulin up and go to the front counter. You got no prescription necessary. All the pharmaceuticals you could go get viagra, Cialis, Prozac, Traumadol, whatever. You just walk in and get what you want, bro. [00:11:12] Speaker B: Yeah, I've seen that. I've seen that. [00:11:13] Speaker A: Just walk in and get what you want. [00:11:14] Speaker B: They got the sign. Sign? Were they handmade signs? [00:11:16] Speaker A: No. [00:11:17] Speaker B: Okay. [00:11:18] Speaker A: These are real pharmacies, brother. There's a doctor in the pharmacy. All you got to do is ask to see him. You go see him. He yeah. Looks like you got bit by a tick or whatever. You ain't got to go to a hospital. You do it right there. He walks you back out front. You can get your prescription. He'll write down, just so you know what it is. But you could get it even by not seeing him. [00:11:34] Speaker B: Are you trying to trigger me? [00:11:35] Speaker A: No, I'm just saying that you could have an issue and go right there and not have to go to a hospital, wait an emergency room and be in there all night. You go there and five minutes later you've already seen the doctor, and now you're back up to the pharmacy, the front, and you get whatever pills you need and you walk out and leave. [00:11:48] Speaker B: Dang, man. [00:11:49] Speaker A: Yeah. Yeah. They're lying to us. Everything they've told you about in Mexico for the most part, is a lie. Yes. There are cartel members. [00:11:56] Speaker B: Yes, sure. [00:11:57] Speaker A: And I'll tell you what, just don't go to those areas, and I'll tell you what, in the tourist area where we were on Fifth Ave, there were. [00:12:03] Speaker B: They got a Fifth Ave. Yeah. [00:12:04] Speaker A: So the way they do their streets are the Avs go in fives, the streets go in twos. Okay, so Caye is the streets, and like two, four, 6810, twelve, whatever. And the ABS are 510, 15, whatever. Fifth Ave where all the tourist area stuff is. There's a heavy military police presence and they all had ars, but nobody was fucking with anyone. The whole city we never got fucked with, ever. It's not dangerous. It's very calm. They like tourists because we're their economy, right? They take care of us. There's never a situation where you pull up to a restaurant and go in and what you want? Never you'll never see that. Like you're fucking doing them a disservice by coming into their place to patronize the location. [00:12:46] Speaker B: Like the last time we went to Jr. Crickets. [00:12:48] Speaker A: Yes. Never what you want. You ready? None of that. [00:12:52] Speaker B: Everything fries is like, what'd she say, Anne? What you want me to do about it? [00:13:02] Speaker A: Right. It's never that. It is never a situation like that. So America is not the greatest country in the world? Well, America has the most opportunities in the world. I think America is the best for opportunities, but for a slow death, America is the greatest slow death. Yeah. They're killing us slowly. They're killing us slowly. I promise you that food is nothing like the food down there. It's nothing like and it tastes better down there. I will say that getting something besides Mexican food down there is very South Beachish. If you've been to South Beach, you know that food there is like microwave food. They warm up and charge you $50 for it or whatever. So if you go to like an Italian restaurant or something like that a lot of the times I found, just from being out there this time, the Italian restaurants and stuff like pizza, that kind of stuff is going to be mediocre or whatever. But if you get Mexican food down. [00:13:53] Speaker B: There, you can get a plethora of food. [00:13:56] Speaker A: If you just get Mexican food, you can eat no tongues, though. I didn't see any tongues. But you can eat rice because this. [00:14:03] Speaker B: Is just a type of meat, right, that you put in whatever you're eating, your enchiladas, your burritos, your tacos. Just like pastor is a type of meat, you know what I mean? And ASADA and pollo and all of that. [00:14:16] Speaker A: ASADA is not a meat carne. Is the meat ASADA is the way they prepare it? I believe so. You think the best thing to do is if you're an American or you live in America, take the opportunity from America and then seize that opportunity and then find another place. So what is different between take the opportunity and seize the opportunity? I was just thinking you're doing, like you say a lot of words, seize the opportunity. And once you get the benefits from it, find another place to move. What do you mean? Like use them up and then go to another one? Yeah, I don't know. I guess Colombia is probably very similar. Costa Rica is probably very similar. [00:14:48] Speaker B: See, I don't know. [00:14:49] Speaker A: The difference though, is that you're going to probably it's a little bit safer, believe it or not, in Mexico. [00:14:54] Speaker B: Yeah, because I was going to say Columbia seems. [00:14:58] Speaker A: No, I mean, there's cocaine in playa, I'm sure. And there's weed, too. It's not legal. But weed is not legal in Mexico. No. I thought they were they're Catholics. They're very traditional. There are no train. I didn't see any trans. There might have been them, but they were now flawn. [00:15:14] Speaker B: What if they just looked so good? You couldn't tell? [00:15:16] Speaker A: Maybe so there were a couple of builder bodies down there, but it was all calm, man. It was calm the whole time. Nobody was out there in their designer or whatever trying to show like everybody was wearing regular just regular clothes. Flip flops and sandals and sundresses and T shirts and shorts or no shirt. Like just chest out or whatever. It's so calm. It's very different. [00:15:43] Speaker B: Did you flex your tattoo out while you're out there? [00:15:45] Speaker A: No flex my tattoo. So you ain't taking your line off? I went to the beach. All right? Some people shine from the inside. [00:15:54] Speaker B: They don't got to do all that. But I'm just saying, it was flexing. [00:15:57] Speaker A: Just because that back tatoo is not just a regular back tatoo. It's not like a black lion. It's like colorful. Colorful? Yeah. [00:16:06] Speaker B: So it's going to draw attention. [00:16:08] Speaker A: Yeah. Well, nobody came up to me and said RA or anything. [00:16:12] Speaker B: Mui bonita. None of that. [00:16:14] Speaker A: No. Me and Kit walked by these two Spanish women, and I thought that she was going to have to fight them. [00:16:21] Speaker B: Oh, shit. [00:16:21] Speaker A: They was in my grill, bro. They was not caring. From what I heard, though, down there, they're very not necessarily poly, but they're not mad about sharing. They don't get mad about cheating. That's why I just say sharing. Yeah. I think that they're very open to lovers. And you do 60s, it's like in 1983 there, period, though, everything is 1983. Barely any apple. Pay works. They're not even up on that. Really? Yeah. So if you go down there with the mentality of you're, like coming from the future, okay, shit, I thought they would have the Apple Pay shit. I mean, some of them do, but a lot of places don't accept any of that stuff. [00:16:59] Speaker B: Yeah, fuck all of that, man. [00:17:01] Speaker A: They prefer pesos there, man. [00:17:03] Speaker B: Listen, give me some cash, ola. [00:17:05] Speaker A: I think pesos are somewhere around 17 pesos to a dollar right now. [00:17:08] Speaker B: So at night, you didn't hear, like, no gunshots? [00:17:11] Speaker A: No, I hear gunshots in my neighborhood every night. I didn't hear any gunshots the whole time I was there. I never saw one time the police chasing anybody. Never, not once. I want to say, okay, there were some people who were down on Fifth Ave. Like illegal vendors, but they handle that shit differently down there. Whereas here you'll go to prison or whatever. There you see them when they see the cop, they just wrap up their little blanket and they start running. The police don't chase them. It's more of a respect thing. It's like, you cannot sell here without a license. These people have storefronts and you're doing it for free. So when they see the cop come, they'll wrap up their blanket, they'll just start running. The cop don't even chase them. You know what I'm saying? It's more of like, do that shit, but don't let me see you do that right how it should be. Right? Something that small. [00:17:51] Speaker B: As long as you move. [00:17:53] Speaker A: Yeah, as long as you're showing the proper amount of respect. And I did see a couple of guys get stopped and they were getting searched or whatever, but I don't know why, you know what I'm saying? All I know is that there was no crime. And I think the idea there is more along the lines of, you're an adult. I'm going to trust that you're going to take care of what you got to take care of. And if you decide to kill yourself on Viagra or Prozac. You're a fucking idiot. But I'm going to give you all the warning signs. Like the cigarette packs down there. They have not just warnings, but pictures. Like they'll show a hole in the person's chest where it's been eaten up by when you buy doritos over there. Yeah, the sticker the little things are big on there, say like too much sodium, too much sugar, too much calories is actually printed on the package. They have to say it. Some things say not for children. [00:18:41] Speaker B: Is that because the health care system isn't? [00:18:44] Speaker A: No, it's because they care about their other way around. They care about health. Yeah. In America they don't. Because they can make money off health in America. So in America, they want you sick because there's an industry that profits off your sickness. But those other countries, it's all a libra. Everything you're being told here is a lie. Everything. And I love America. I'm not tripping. Right? But I just want you to know, you need to at least be aware. [00:19:11] Speaker B: That all different than what they're saying. [00:19:13] Speaker A: Is completely. [00:19:17] Speaker B: You know, I'm eating better anyway, just out of necessity. What does that know? I don't eat the same shit. [00:19:22] Speaker A: That red meat isn't necessarily bad for you, though. You're making that sound like red meat is bad for you. [00:19:26] Speaker B: Well, it kind of is. That's what happened to fucking know they said Elvis had or was it John Wayne? I don't remember. But somebody they had a whole bunch of undigested red meat in their bowel when they died. [00:19:36] Speaker A: Come on, man. You believe everything you hear? That means they probably didn't cook it right. That doesn't mean because it was just red meat. [00:19:42] Speaker B: Well, that's why most people eat that shit. Especially white people. White people love that bloody that's not. [00:19:47] Speaker A: Bad for you, man. It needs to be cooked. No, it does not that's. What did God make an oven? No, we had to make ovens. There was no ovens. [00:19:54] Speaker B: Why do we make ovens? [00:19:56] Speaker A: Because tastes better. [00:19:57] Speaker B: Why didn't we just go ahead and just eat the cow off the the ground? [00:20:00] Speaker A: Because of bacteria and things for storing. I guarantee you it wasn't because you can't eat raw meat. It was because of the bacteria. That comes from when you kill something, you let it sit for a while. You got to kill some of the stuff off of it. That's the purpose. And now it's just a habit. But if you were to kill something immediately, you could eat it. The animals, when they kill, they eat it right there, put it to the side and come back the next day. [00:20:22] Speaker B: They eat the rotten shit too, bro. [00:20:24] Speaker A: Don'T start tiger with a microwave. [00:20:27] Speaker B: Have you seen tiger's teeth? Yeah. The bacteria on that motherfucking teeth is enough. Like, if he can withstand that, he ain't tripping off of no damn fresh kill. [00:20:36] Speaker A: Yeah. [00:20:37] Speaker B: Then shit to be yellow and fucked up that's why dogs and same thing, you get bit by a fucking animal. The bacteria on their teeth is the problem, not the fucking bite. That's an issue. So, yeah, the fact that they have a mouthful of funk already, but that's what I'm saying. [00:20:52] Speaker A: That's why we cook our food. The bacteria is not because you can't eat the meat, it's the bacteria. [00:20:56] Speaker B: I'm not saying well done is the way to go. [00:20:59] Speaker A: So if you prepare some food and you prepare it medium rare or whatever, it's not necessarily off the cow. It's not like it's fresh off the cow and you start chewing on it. [00:21:07] Speaker B: Some people like that bloody shit where it's just like rare, smack it on his ass, knock his horns off and bring it here. [00:21:16] Speaker A: That's not a thing, man. [00:21:18] Speaker B: Don't tell me it's not a thing. I got family members, man. I got family members that never worked. [00:21:21] Speaker A: In a restaurant that eat raw. [00:21:23] Speaker B: I mean, that rare. [00:21:24] Speaker A: Yes, but rare is not raw. [00:21:26] Speaker B: Raw is damn near they've cooked enough. [00:21:29] Speaker A: To cook the bacteria off of it. [00:21:30] Speaker B: It's still cool. So how you eat your steak? You've seen the scale, bro. We was there at fucking scale, yes, of the doneness. Raw. Rare. [00:21:38] Speaker A: There's no raw. [00:21:39] Speaker B: Rare is cool in the middle. It's fucking the red meat is fucking cool. It ain't even warmed up. [00:21:44] Speaker A: But on the outside is what it's seared. That's what I'm saying. They kill the bag. There's no bacteria on the inside. That's why you can eat a steak raw. I mean, rare, you can't eat hamburger like that because it's chopped up, and that means the outside and the inside are mixed together. So you don't know if the inside of the outside is the outside of the inside, but on a steak, the outside is still the outside, and that's where the bacteria form. So if long as they cook that bacteria, the outside, you don't care about the inside, it's still healthy. Yeah. So how do you eat your steak, Jamie Mac? [00:22:09] Speaker B: I don't eat steak well done. No. When I ate steak, I ate it medium. [00:22:13] Speaker A: Okay. [00:22:14] Speaker B: And that was a stretch. I mean, that was a new thing, I should say. No, that was put you on. [00:22:19] Speaker A: Medium is the best way. Yeah. [00:22:21] Speaker B: So before I started eating it medium, I used to eat it medium well. Just a little bit of pink, and then I graduated to medium. But now, again, thanks to the fucking weaponized, Lone Star Tick, I don't eat meat or red meat at all. [00:22:40] Speaker A: That doesn't make you healthier, though. That's what I was saying. Red meat is not unhealthy. [00:22:46] Speaker B: You don't think it's unhealthier? I mean, it's less healthy or more healthy than, like, turkey or fish or. [00:22:54] Speaker A: I'll say red meat might be even healthier. [00:22:56] Speaker B: Of course you would. Why? You're just making shit up now. [00:23:00] Speaker A: Have you ever did the carnivore diet? [00:23:03] Speaker B: You're talking about the Atkins? [00:23:05] Speaker A: I don't know what you mean. By that. [00:23:06] Speaker B: It's the same thing. The fucking you could eat all nothing but meat. [00:23:10] Speaker A: Yeah, I did that one time for 30 days. Yeah. [00:23:12] Speaker B: You're going to lose weight. It's the Atkins diet. [00:23:15] Speaker A: Not only that, but I felt good. I just felt good. [00:23:19] Speaker B: I know that got debunked, though, right? [00:23:21] Speaker A: No, it didn't. What got debunked? Atkins for 30 days. I only did for like the 30 days. So I don't know, if you keep doing it, what happens? But for those 30 days, I was good. It didn't get debunked. It's just it's a diet, and all diets are and it was one of the easiest diet to do for me. Any diet where you only do one thing, it's going to be exposed. Vegetarians are fucking idiots, too. Vegans are fucking idiots, too. Just eat, man. Just eat good portions. Make sure you get some green leafy stuff. Make sure you fiber. Yeah, make sure you get some nice protein in your meat. Come on, man. This is not hard. This ain't hard. We make it hard by trying to put all these rules to it and stuff. But it's not hard. You know when you're doing too much. If you get wings every day, you're doing too much. You know what I'm saying? And you know that. So it's not like we're pretending here. As long as I get the vegan. [00:24:09] Speaker B: Wings, almost meat now, fuck all of that, too. Because that has been a problem, right? Like motherfuckers that were on that diet for too long. Beyond meat and all that shit, it was like high levels meat. [00:24:20] Speaker A: It's all a problem. All of it is a problem. Overeating is a problem. And it don't matter what you're eating if you're eating it here. From what I see now, yeah. They're poisoning all of it. Even fucking apples. All of it? Yeah. Everything is poison, bro. Yeah, everything. We have some great fruit down there, man. I know. You know this. French the fruit? Yeah. Just Caribbean fruit. Yeah, because this place is on the Caribbean side of the Gulf. That's a mango. Yeah, mango, peaches, papaya, pears. I didn't have papaya. I think that's disgusting. Cantaloupe watermelon, man. Those watermelon look like poof. [00:24:55] Speaker B: And they taste like fucking good. [00:24:58] Speaker A: Almost creamy. It's weird to say that, but it's almost creamy. I know what you mean. Like when you bite into it. [00:25:05] Speaker B: Bet you do. Can we take this shot real quick, bro? [00:25:08] Speaker A: Yeah, let's do it. What are you all drinking? What is this? [00:25:11] Speaker B: This is some casadoras. [00:25:13] Speaker A: Is that tequila? [00:25:14] Speaker B: Yes, sir. Just for the yeah. They got to keep the whole Mexican theme going. [00:25:19] Speaker A: Yeah, they got a lot of tequila. Mezcal and all that stuff. [00:25:23] Speaker B: So mezcal is with the worm, right? [00:25:25] Speaker A: I don't know. I had some. Yeah, I was told it was smoky, but it wasn't smoky. To me. What y'all toast to? [00:25:33] Speaker B: Better health. Better health? Yeah, because I was thinking about starting my own garden and. Shit like that growing? Because I think that's the thinking. [00:25:43] Speaker A: I mean, why just do it? [00:25:45] Speaker B: Well, because again, I just haven't done it. So that's why I've been thinking. [00:25:49] Speaker A: I'm going to start this. You got to manifest it. [00:25:52] Speaker B: Because the realization of when French came back, obviously, and now you talking about this is something I already realized. You can't trust these motherfuckers right. At all. Even when you think you're getting vegetables and nutrients through that. That shit is probably not what you think it is either, as far as. [00:26:13] Speaker A: Growing or the pesticide. What I do when I buy vegetables and fruits, I put it in water and bacon, soda and vinegar for a little bit to get rid of all the shit. Especially strawberries, because they'd be killing the strawberries with pesticides. [00:26:26] Speaker B: So you put vinegar on all your. [00:26:28] Speaker A: Fruit a little bit. Not a lot. Yeah, like a tiny bit. [00:26:32] Speaker B: It's funny, because when I made this brown stew chicken the other day, the recipe that I followed, the lady said that that's what you had to do with the chicken. Soak it in some vinegar and water. And she's like I don't know why she's like that's just what some people. [00:26:46] Speaker A: To clean the chicken, I use lemons and limes. [00:26:49] Speaker B: No, but it's funny because when you do that, there's this still can taste the vinegar. No, it's not that you taste the vinegar, but in the water afterwards, right? Like, there's this film or greasy thing that's all over inside. And I was like, that was on the chicken. [00:27:05] Speaker A: You see that with the fruits, too. Especially strawberries. Like strawberries. Sometimes I don't even buy strawberries because I feel like all the strawberries are bullshit. And Tom Brady says some shit about that, too, because he said, like, the worst thing you can give your kids in America is strawberries because the amount of pesticides they put in strawberries. And then when you really dr. Tom Brady said that? Yeah. Dr. Tom Brady. What are you talking about? TB. [00:27:26] Speaker B: Twelve bro. [00:27:30] Speaker A: Single was like, he told McDonald's all day. He told Shannon Sharp. Then he he said said what's wrong with these new athletes? Because they eat healthy. They eat healthy. They like vegans. I never got an injury ever. Now, come on now, come on now, Chad. Come on now, Chad. You can't be telling these people that they can have fast food every day now. Come on now, come on now, shay shay from down South Georgia. Now, I know what some hall malls is like, you know what I'm saying, Chad? But you can't be out here telling these young athletes that's how you know you got us from Georgia. Because he can do that accent. Come on now, Chad. Come on now, Chad. He's like, I don't go back on it, though. I never got injured. I never missed a practice. I never missed a play. And I ate regular meat. [00:28:17] Speaker B: You got to grease those buttons. You got to grease those joints with them. Whoppers right? [00:28:21] Speaker A: Come on now, Chad. Come on now chad's giving calluses that keeps his body strong. [00:28:26] Speaker B: Calluses. [00:28:26] Speaker A: That's what you say? That's how you be joking. [00:28:28] Speaker B: McDonald's give you calluses. [00:28:29] Speaker A: That's why Chad be saying why he never got hurt, because he eats McDonald's all the time. [00:28:33] Speaker B: But again, are you saying the right word? Yeah, because a callus is something that I think that hardens. Okay. And I just don't know why you would eat something. [00:28:42] Speaker A: So he's saying it made his body hard. That's why he never got hurt, he said, but when you eat the healthy shit, your body gets soft. [00:28:52] Speaker B: I don't know, man. Then you got LeBron, right, who's been that whole got hurt a couple of times, but he's fucking almost 40 now. Yeah, he's almost 40 and he got hurt later on. He's still averaging 30 points a game, so I don't know. And I think a lot of his hurts are just like, I need a break. [00:29:14] Speaker A: We don't know what LeBron really eats. We know what he tells you. Tacos. He be eating some fucked up shit commercials, man. Fuck. [00:29:23] Speaker B: Tacos are not fucked up shit, bro. [00:29:24] Speaker A: I know. You get some free sprites. [00:29:26] Speaker B: What's the name? I saw they're back to it, man, with these celebrities endorsing shit that they don't know what they're talking about. [00:29:34] Speaker A: So I saw Travis Kelsey advisor. [00:29:36] Speaker B: Yeah. The fucking COVID shot the two at a one time shit, right? Like two is better than one. Give me the COVID and the flu shot at the same time. [00:29:46] Speaker A: Would you do that commercial, though, for the bread? No, that's not worth that money. [00:29:50] Speaker B: I would do hulu fucking does like. [00:29:52] Speaker A: People I'm not even sure I didn't even know they were still pushing the. [00:29:56] Speaker B: COVID Yeah, they're back to it now. [00:29:57] Speaker A: They have to, bro. You know how much money Pfizer lost? Ever since die suddenly came out? That shit went down? Like, 40 over 40%. They didn't lose nigga. You know how much they grew, right? Still up. Trust me. [00:30:10] Speaker B: They could not sell anything. [00:30:11] Speaker A: Ever since they got up, they've been going down. Yeah, but they're going down still higher than they were up ever. Right? [00:30:17] Speaker B: Ever up before. [00:30:18] Speaker A: Nobody's fooled by this shit. [00:30:19] Speaker B: None. [00:30:20] Speaker A: If you take a vaccine now, you're an idiot. I feel like any vaccines? No. The COVID vaccine. What about, like, if you have a newborn baby? Because what about it? They'd be giving them vaccines, like, 1020 of them. No, they don't. Within the first three weeks. Yeah, if you let them. So you don't have to do those things. [00:30:35] Speaker B: No, you don't. [00:30:36] Speaker A: Oh, you don't? I thought you have to. No, now they go to school. Go to public school. You do, right? So once I get into a little bit older, so I could once they get school age, then there's requirements to do certain vaccines, but I don't think COVID is on there. [00:30:47] Speaker B: It might be now, it might be by the time it might be. Now, I'm serious, because I know that when I was in the little trucking school with this dude, he said that the reason why he took it is because he had to have it to go to school. I don't know if it's college or what school he was going to, but. [00:31:01] Speaker A: The problem with the COVID vaccine, because it changes rapidly, the vaccine you get ain't going to be the one the COVID you're going to face. [00:31:08] Speaker B: Man, fuck that shit. When they announced that vaccine, it was to save your life, right? [00:31:12] Speaker A: People were dying, falling out, walking, right? [00:31:15] Speaker B: And this is what you need in order not to die. [00:31:19] Speaker A: And then it was, well, you can't travel. And then it was like, well, come on, man, just do it. [00:31:22] Speaker B: Well, you still get it. [00:31:23] Speaker A: Wait a minute. [00:31:24] Speaker B: You'll still get it? Because people that got the vaccine were still getting COVID. They're like, well, what the fuck did I take this? Wait a minute, you'll still get it, right? But it just won't be as bad as if you didn't take it. [00:31:35] Speaker A: And then that's not true either, because people didn't take it. Still had nothing. [00:31:39] Speaker B: Come on, bro. [00:31:40] Speaker A: They've been reneging now. Even just CDC been reneging now, saying. [00:31:43] Speaker B: Fuck the CDC, man. [00:31:45] Speaker A: Where's Fauci at? Has anybody heard his name? [00:31:46] Speaker B: No, man, I think he didn't fell off, right? I mean, again, public Trust is they. [00:31:50] Speaker A: Poisoned darted that nigga. You should be in jail. But no, why should he be in jail? He's just saying what they made him say. [00:31:58] Speaker B: Yeah, I mean, again, if you all. [00:32:00] Speaker A: Of them, you can't stop at Fauci. [00:32:02] Speaker B: No, you're right. [00:32:03] Speaker A: He's just an idiot. They got who put his face on. [00:32:05] Speaker B: It, but he also put his word behind it, too. This is my credibility. [00:32:09] Speaker A: Did he have a choice? What do you think they told that dude? Yo, you're going to say this shit if you don't say this shit? There was probably a list, a longer list of things they was going to do to his wife. First we're going to fuck her, then we're going to string her up and flare. [00:32:22] Speaker B: And then we're going to give her the shot. We're going to give her the vaccine. [00:32:28] Speaker A: What a time. I remember that era. [00:32:32] Speaker B: It's not that long ago. What are you talking about? Remember that era a couple of years ago? This is the era. [00:32:37] Speaker A: Young people do that, though. They're like, oh, that's old. What do you mean? That music is old. My whole life, that came out three months ago. Like, three months ago. [00:32:43] Speaker B: It felt like an error, though, because. [00:32:45] Speaker A: The fear tactic that was on us for that six month period was crazy. And I remember that same time, we was dealing with the whole George Floyd shit, too. So it was like America was going crazy both ways. [00:32:59] Speaker B: And I remember my folks in Cali used to hit me up. Like, what the fuck are you guys doing in Georgia? [00:33:07] Speaker A: Other states. New York. Niggas. In New York. [00:33:09] Speaker B: No masks. Are y'all seriously not wearing masks? And I was like, yeah, man, and we good out here, too. You guys are out driving around without masks? Believe it or not, restaurants open and we're good. The only thing that I still think is fucked up that never came back is the fucking whatever. I wouldn't call them restaurants, but more like the stands. No, not the stands, but like your wing spots or your Marcos pizzas and shit that the restrooms are not fucking working. They still don't have a public bathroom access for some fucking reason, because they. [00:33:47] Speaker A: Don'T want to clean it. [00:33:48] Speaker B: So lazy, my nigga. [00:33:50] Speaker A: What I meant is Walmart never going back. 24 hours. Yeah, donald's Too changing their hours. [00:33:55] Speaker B: Because I did like to do that late night, early morning Walmart shit. [00:34:00] Speaker A: Kroger, too. Kroger used to be 24 hours at midnight. Are you sure all of them are like that? Because some neighborhoods still probably, I think, have it. No Walmart. I haven't seen a Walmart. [00:34:08] Speaker B: Well, the one that I used to know that was a 24 hours around the corner from my house is not anymore. Yeah, and the bathroom thing is still like you go into these hibachi places or fucking wing places or like I said, Marcos, and it's like out of order. Like, out of order for what? Still, nigga. First off, I didn't understand why we weren't using the bathroom during the pandemic. Why can't we wash our hands? [00:34:31] Speaker A: Yeah, well, I think the reason why is because everything in there is you're in a contagious situation. Like, you know what I'm saying? You're exposed to the innards of people, man. Soap. [00:34:41] Speaker B: That's what soap is for. Right, right. [00:34:43] Speaker A: But the crazy thing about it, if you don't have those touchless sinks and soaps, then everybody's touching on everything. So how clean did you get your hands before you touched it or before you got it? Clean. You know what I'm saying? [00:34:57] Speaker B: It's funny because I saw a meme, and I know you probably remember. I know Ridgy, you have no idea. But those fucking cloth towels that used to be in bathrooms that would rotate and you kind of just pull it down to get a clean spot to dry your hand off on and shit like that. And they're like if you use one of these, you're immune to anything. If you used to rock one of these back in the day, your immune system is money too is steeped if you have cash. [00:35:23] Speaker A: Cash is filled with all kind of shit. [00:35:25] Speaker B: Yeah, it is. And I didn't even realize how bad it was until I started going to strip clubs and shit. [00:35:30] Speaker A: Yeah. When's the last time you all had some cash? Just like just had it. I think I got 20 on me. My wallet is in my car, but I think I got a 20, so whoever's listening right now, go hit the. [00:35:41] Speaker B: Look for the ultimate with the dance on it. [00:35:48] Speaker A: Yeah, but I don't carry cash that much. [00:35:50] Speaker B: I try to. [00:35:51] Speaker A: Why? [00:35:52] Speaker B: I mean, it's just because I don't want to be electronic only. [00:36:01] Speaker A: I see you being that old white dude. Did you see him who was somewhere, and he was trying to pay for whatever money, and it's a cashless store. So he's like, no, you cannot refuse my legal tender. This is a legal tender. I'm leaving it right here. And he walked out with they're like, sir, you cannot pay for that with cash. He's like, this is a legal tender. You cannot refuse this. [00:36:22] Speaker B: Put it in your pocket and then cash app. Do whatever you got to do to cover, like, fuck all of that dumb shit. [00:36:28] Speaker A: And I mean, that's true, though. You can't refuse until they change the law. [00:36:31] Speaker B: Yeah, but you can't know it's not changed yet, though. [00:36:33] Speaker A: You can't refuse legal tender. Legal tender is legal tender, right? You can't refuse it, right? You can't say we don't take it. I know it's the elites, quote, unquote, that wants to cash the society, but I don't know why we, like, automatically subscribing to it. It's just easier. You can't get robbed. [00:36:49] Speaker B: You can get hacked. [00:36:51] Speaker A: And then they can tell you not to spend your money somewhere if they don't like what you like. Coming from China. I don't like that shit because in China, it is kind of cashless. Like, the moment you about to spend some time in China, you literally have to go get a phone and a bank account because not all places accept cash. So if you're about to spend at least two weeks there, you're going to need to do that. If not, you're screwed. Yeah, I didn't like that because I'm like because some Chinese people like, with the whole credit score thing they have, if they don't like you, you can't even get on the train. [00:37:25] Speaker B: I just got fucking my account got hit for some bullshit, right? [00:37:30] Speaker A: What's, like your bank account? [00:37:31] Speaker B: Yeah, I saw a charge for some fucking vacuum fucking shit, you know what I mean? And I'm like, a good vacuum? Like $1,000.01 or no, it was like about 150 and it's like vacuum something rather, right? And it's got a number on it, right? I immediately call that number. Some fucking foreigner answered, you know what I mean? Like fucking from India or some shit, right? And then this bitch is asking me about give me what? She asked me for the first four of my credit card. And the last six, I was like, Bitch, I might as well give you the whole card. I'm like, Fuck, no, I'm not giving. [00:38:04] Speaker A: You well, the first four tells them what company? Visa mastercard. Whatever. The last six, I've never heard anybody ask the last six. Last four, right? I'm like, do a probability math. [00:38:16] Speaker B: I'm like, no, I'm not giving you no more information. You all already got fucking enough of my shit. [00:38:20] Speaker A: I should have called your bank. [00:38:22] Speaker B: This is the problem, too, with these fucking little small ass banks, right? Shout out to Fifth. [00:38:27] Speaker A: 3Rd. Why are you bank with those niggas? [00:38:30] Speaker B: 5Th? 3rd gave me like, $400 to open an account, so I opened an account. [00:38:36] Speaker A: They gave you $400 to open the account? [00:38:38] Speaker B: Yeah, that's what's up. [00:38:41] Speaker A: No, I'll open up a new bank account if they give me $400, right. [00:38:45] Speaker B: And set up a direct deposit. [00:38:46] Speaker A: Right. [00:38:47] Speaker B: And then so it was cool like that. But anyways, it's not 24 hours service, right? It's like, oh, we open up at seven. We'll be back at 07:00 in the morning. And I'm like, what happens to the niggas that have shit in the middle of the night going on? And that's just a guess. You know? That the only reason why they don't. [00:39:04] Speaker A: Have that is because they don't have a consumer base big enough to get. [00:39:09] Speaker B: To substantiate or warrant having customer or service people available all night. Who gives a shit? Pay one person, outsource that shit to India like everybody else does. Like, who gives a fuck? Just make it available so that I can call and a motherfucker can look at my account and do some shit. Now, I did my own shit. I canceled my card immediately. [00:39:28] Speaker A: You canceled the card or the number? [00:39:29] Speaker B: I canceled my card that was out there? Yeah, the one that they used. [00:39:33] Speaker A: Are you sure that they used your credit card as opposed to yeah, because. [00:39:35] Speaker B: It had the last four of my card number. [00:39:38] Speaker A: Oh, it was a credit card. It wasn't a debit debit card. So they didn't have your account number. They just had your credit card. [00:39:44] Speaker B: My debit card, yeah, your debit card. [00:39:46] Speaker A: That's what I was asking. So you're sure it was your card, not your account? Yeah, if they get your account number. [00:39:49] Speaker B: You fuck, and I don't know if. [00:39:52] Speaker A: Change the account number and they'll get your money back for debit card. As long as a Pin was not put in. Okay, if you put your Pin in, that's your liability. If your Pin goes in, then you're saying, this is me? Because, I mean, people steal all the time, but they're not necessarily stealing your Pin unless they got one of those little things that goes over the gas station. [00:40:11] Speaker B: Yeah, and we saw that. See, that's my thing with all this electronic shit. Like it's too much. [00:40:15] Speaker A: I always go inside. Fucking gas station. [00:40:17] Speaker B: That's where it was happening at. Inside, yes, it was inside my pump. [00:40:24] Speaker A: Going inside. Does it not fix anything? [00:40:26] Speaker B: Right? You got to give it a little tug. Right? Because tap or tap, that's the one. [00:40:33] Speaker A: Right? [00:40:33] Speaker B: Because if you tap in it, then I get see again, though. [00:40:36] Speaker A: Yeah. [00:40:37] Speaker B: Anyways, let me ask y'all a question, man. You know what I mean? As far as cheating goes right? Like in a relationship. [00:40:44] Speaker A: Oh, yeah. Fred, you ready to sign up for this answer? Who the fuck go ahead. [00:40:49] Speaker B: I'm not saying either one of you guys are cheat. I just want you Reggie. [00:40:53] Speaker A: Cheats? I don't cheat. Okay. What's wrong, French? No, I was just looking at some notes. But it's cool. He started on the wrong show anyways. He doesn't care about anything. It doesn't matter how much work before we started, you axe him. Yeah. It doesn't matter how much work anybody else puts in. He's got his own thing going, so yeah. Okay. [00:41:17] Speaker B: Oh, shit. [00:41:19] Speaker A: Yeah, that's what I was looking I was kind of confused. [00:41:22] Speaker B: Of course you're confused, because I'm unconfused. Okay. All right. [00:41:26] Speaker A: Cheating. [00:41:27] Speaker B: Cheated. So it's funny, though. But when you asked me when I said it, why did you say no? That's the second show. [00:41:36] Speaker A: You didn't ask me. You asked me and you said you had it. You didn't tell me what it was. [00:41:42] Speaker B: I didn't tell you what it was. All right, you know what? And this is not me. Even High, I don't even know what to blame this on. [00:41:50] Speaker A: This is why he always asks you. Can you just take accountability? Why are you trying to shift the blame? [00:41:55] Speaker B: I'm not. I'm just trying to say what's wrong with me as far as what, sure, it's my fault, but I'm trying to blame it on something inside of me that causes me to do these things. [00:42:04] Speaker A: So accountable and not quite. You're going to blame it on something else inside of you, as opposed to like, yo, my bad. It was me. I'd just be fucking up. I was careless. I wasn't extra focused. [00:42:16] Speaker B: No android. You guys love fucking talking shit on android. Let's do it. It was the android device. That fucking sure. [00:42:24] Speaker A: As long as it's not you. [00:42:25] Speaker B: It skipped. Yeah, down to the second week. [00:42:27] Speaker A: Got you. [00:42:28] Speaker B: But anyways, is there a classy way to cheat? [00:42:35] Speaker A: Of course. [00:42:36] Speaker B: Is there? [00:42:37] Speaker A: Yeah. [00:42:37] Speaker B: So, like, taking your ring off. Why are you fucking I don't think. [00:42:40] Speaker A: It has anything to do with the ring. I think it has more to do with the protection. Yeah, just her never finding out. I think that's classy. If she never finds out you did a classic thing. [00:42:49] Speaker B: Not classic, classy. [00:42:50] Speaker A: Classy. Yeah. If she never finds out, that was classy. [00:42:54] Speaker B: I'm going to call bullshit on that fucking logic. [00:42:57] Speaker A: I agree with him again. [00:42:58] Speaker B: So if you fuck in her bed but she never finds out, that's classy. [00:43:03] Speaker A: She never finds stupid. You're adding something? [00:43:06] Speaker B: No. [00:43:07] Speaker A: If a tree falls in a forest and nobody's in a forest did it fall, what makes it class is because the partner never found out about the cheating. It's respect. Like, she never felt that pain. So you were so meticulous in not getting caught that you protected her from that pain. You asked, was there a way to cheat class, and then you added that you bring her back to your place. Nobody ever said that. [00:43:31] Speaker B: That's not classy. [00:43:33] Speaker A: That's not what he said. [00:43:33] Speaker B: That's not classy. [00:43:34] Speaker A: He didn't say that because if you start doing shit like that, you might get caught. Because one day she might get off. You're not being responded. The whole idea, I said was being you protect the person, right? So that means you make sure that there's no way that you get caught by not just her, by anybody. Yeah, that's the point. You're taking her embarrassment off the table or his embarrassment off the table. [00:43:55] Speaker B: That's impossible. [00:43:56] Speaker A: No, it's not. You can do it. No, it's not. If you're going to be a dickhead and cheat at least have the decency to make sure that you have limited all possibilities of getting caught by anybody in her family or her or her friends or whatever. You're taking precautions so that none of that happens. So that you don't expose her for being the woman that got cheated on or the man that got cheated on. [00:44:18] Speaker B: You obviously have never seen Fatal Attraction again. It doesn't matter what you go through. Say the chick that you're cheating with fucking loses her shit. [00:44:32] Speaker A: No, I did my part. [00:44:34] Speaker B: She brings it to you now. [00:44:35] Speaker A: I did my part. I've done what I could. What? Pick a better side? You asked was there a classy way to do it. We're trying to tell you and you're giving us stuff that has nothing to do with us. [00:44:45] Speaker B: It does. [00:44:46] Speaker A: Some other chick in the bed. Like, who mentioned bringing the person? If you're the kind of person who brings somebody back to your house you make it to cheat in your bed, then you are an asshole. It doesn't matter if you're classy. That's not classy at all. [00:44:58] Speaker B: So, like, when what's the name of said that he skeeted in what's the. [00:45:01] Speaker A: Name of who's what's the name in both of them are what's the name? [00:45:04] Speaker B: Yeah. When Jay Z said that he skeeted in Nas's baby's car seat right. [00:45:10] Speaker A: That was rap beef. [00:45:11] Speaker B: But that's not classy. [00:45:12] Speaker A: But he's also telling everyone though he's on the world. [00:45:15] Speaker B: But the fact that he did it. Your baby's car seat sitting on Jay Z's nut. That's not classy. [00:45:20] Speaker A: But why are you bringing these crazy examples? Who said anything about skating on a baby seat? What is wrong with your brain, Bruh? Because we both said the classy thing is for your partner to never find out. As long as you don't no, it's not me. I don't even think it's your partner to never find out. It's that you've put in place all the mechanisms and precautions to make sure that it never gets back to your significant other. Now, sometimes there's some things outside of your control and of course in those situations, yeah, it's going to come up and look ugly. But I guarantee you if you haven't done everything you could to put those safety guidelines in place like turn your find my I wouldn't even fucking the same town I live in. [00:46:02] Speaker B: But still, if you got Find My iPhone on and she sees that you're at a fucking hotel I was at a business meeting. Nigga, you work for fucking Ups. [00:46:10] Speaker A: What are you doing at a business meeting again? Mac, you're not paying attention to what he's trying to say. He's going to use whatever he has inside of his abilities. If he goes out of town, he's a Ups driver. That's not what we're talking about. But if he's at work on route, he can be all kind of places. Maybe he does it one day on route, his lunch break or whatever. As long as it's not, oh, we were in our bed and your sister saw us. That's not classy. [00:46:35] Speaker B: I feel like it doesn't matter. So my thing is, okay, even if you don't get caught, ain't shit illegal? If you don't get caught, bro, you can't be facts. [00:46:47] Speaker A: Who's going to say it's illegal? If you never got caught, you're conscious. [00:46:51] Speaker B: Fucking Jiminy Cricket, nigga. [00:46:53] Speaker A: With me and my conscious, sometimes my conscious be like, yeah, nigga, illegal shit. [00:46:56] Speaker B: Is the way again. So you find out let's flip this on its head. You find out that you've been cheated on, right? So obviously that wasn't classy. But now you find out that they were fucking in your bed. That's not a problem. I mean, you couldn't think, like, okay, at least you could have went to somewhere else. [00:47:19] Speaker A: You would think that. Yeah. Who wouldn't say that? Yeah, I was like, if you was going to do that, you should have did it. 100% of people would say, Yo, you could have at least done it somewhere else. Right? [00:47:28] Speaker B: So that's what I'm saying about not being classy. [00:47:30] Speaker A: But you're the one who brought that up. We didn't say that. You're the one who said, I would never think of doing that if I was trying to cheat. I was not going to bring it to my spot. I'm trying to get caught. That you don't respect your person or my place. [00:47:43] Speaker B: Come on. You're cheating. What respect is there? What are you doing? Don't do that. [00:47:48] Speaker A: No, it's not all or nothing, Max. Stop it. There's gray, there's not black and white. Come on, man. You're acting like you're acting like there's a difference. There's a difference between a gentleman who's discreet and goes out and does what they do and a person who is just wild with it. Stop it. Those aren't the same thing. Those are very different dudes. One of them, even though they're cheating, is putting forth the effort to make sure that it's done in a way that's more respectful and prevents or at least limits the ability for his significant other to find out. Whereas the other dude who's just fucking anywhere, everywhere, whatever, no rules. Those aren't the same guy. And you know they're not. They're both cheaters. Yes, but one of the guys is a piece of shit, too. [00:48:28] Speaker B: Well, okay. [00:48:30] Speaker A: And those are different guys. That's not on the same level of respect. They're not on the same level of classy. No way. [00:48:35] Speaker B: But one is classy long as he don't get caught. But what if they both don't get caught? Then they're both classy. According to you. [00:48:42] Speaker A: Classy does not mean don't get caught. Classy means you've put forth effort to put mechanisms in place and protections because you care about the person that you're with. You're like, well, if you're cheating, you don't care, man. People cheat who care. Stop it. You've cheated before and maybe you didn't care, but maybe you're a dickhead. Maybe you're the one who we're talking about this class list. That's why you don't understand. [00:49:05] Speaker B: I don't remember last time I've cheated. [00:49:07] Speaker A: I'll put it like this. And this is dangerous because I'm about to give my woman permission. [00:49:13] Speaker B: Put a disclaimer out there. [00:49:15] Speaker A: This is dangerous, but I'm going to say it. If my woman were to choose to cheat, I would hope that she would put in place every possible precaution and every mechanism. She could deleting text messages between them, everything she possibly could. DMs, whatever. Delete those shits, you can't keep them. I'm sorry. If you're going to be my woman and you're going to cheat on me, you need to put in place every thing possible so that I could never find out. Now you're like, well, why are you going through our phone? Don't even give me the chance to find it in your phone. Get it out of your phone. That's classy. If you're going to do it, there's a classy way to do it. And there's a piece of shit way to do it. The piece of shit way is the niggas show up at my house to my amen our girl, such and such, and you're like, Our girl. That's not classy. [00:49:56] Speaker B: But how do you control that nigga? [00:49:58] Speaker A: Because he don't know where she lives. [00:49:59] Speaker B: Because she's put that in place, okay? [00:50:01] Speaker A: Or you get a better side. I understand that. Better side. [00:50:04] Speaker B: Better side. [00:50:06] Speaker A: You can't control that. So he don't know where she lives. They meet somewhere else, and they do what they got to do in hours that wouldn't be weird. And she's not coming home at four in the morning. You know what I'm saying? Like, there's ways to be respectful to me even if you're going to fucking cheat on me, okay? And that's all I'm saying. Put in place all the things necessary to make sure that I don't find out. And if I do find out that you've put so much stuff above board that's like, at least she wasn't despicable with it and my friends know about it, or her friend, even her friends knowing about it. That ain't cool. She out with her friends and another dude, so that all her friends that be in my face smiling know about her and another nigga that's. Not classy either. Do that shit discreet. Be by yourself. That's just you and that person. And you all keep it moving. They don't come around to parties. They don't go out with your other friends. You know what I'm saying? You don't be on the FaceTime with them at your girl house. And who is that? It's my little side. No, be classy is being classy is putting all a barrier between all that shit in your normal life, which I'm part of, and this other shit you got going on. Okay? [00:51:07] Speaker B: All right. [00:51:08] Speaker A: There's a difference. [00:51:09] Speaker B: Because again, my thing was just again, not in my car, right? Not in the backseat of my car that I pay a car note for. That's not classy. I can't be paying for your fuck spot, right? [00:51:23] Speaker A: Riding somebody around the shit I pay. [00:51:25] Speaker B: For or in the bed, you know what I mean? Where I sleep, right? That shit, you know what I mean? Or is it classy just to take that ring that a motherfucker bought you off? Right? Or not? [00:51:38] Speaker A: You shrugging because what does that mean? [00:51:40] Speaker B: I don't know. [00:51:41] Speaker A: What does that matter? It makes the cheating okay. [00:51:45] Speaker B: None of it's. Okay. Right? We're talking about classy, right? [00:51:49] Speaker A: Yeah, I guess. You can take the ring off. But like we were saying, it's all about protection. [00:51:53] Speaker B: Like, if I look at your ring and it's glazed up with this nigga's nut, and I'm like, what the fuck is that? [00:51:58] Speaker A: But you're making some ridiculous you didn't even wash your hands. That's not even a thing. It's glazed with nut. I was going to kiss you when I saw your ring had nut on it. Like what? [00:52:08] Speaker B: No, I thought you're going to say she has her letter. No. [00:52:13] Speaker A: Even wash. You didn't take a shower. If you suck a dick and let the nigga nut of your mouth and you come home and kiss me. Come on. You're not a good person. We're past classy. You're not a good person. Some women do that. You just have no respect about it, too. [00:52:28] Speaker B: For me, period, they'd be bragging about what you mean? [00:52:29] Speaker A: They'd be bragging about you videos. If I spend my time to search women bragging about doing that, they're lying. [00:52:35] Speaker B: I hope, man. [00:52:36] Speaker A: See again. [00:52:36] Speaker B: And then you make a video about it. [00:52:38] Speaker A: Come on. [00:52:38] Speaker B: See, this is my point again. There has to be this is why I'm asking. Because I feel like, okay, what it was is I watched this fucking movie called The Wilderness, the series. [00:52:48] Speaker A: I watched that. [00:52:49] Speaker B: Did you watch the whole thing? And his cheating was classless. I thought you're getting text messages from just like so is putting your boo's name in your phone underneath an alias. You know what I mean? Like you work or whatever the fuck, right? Is that classy? [00:53:10] Speaker A: That's classier than putting another girl's name in there. Yeah. Okay. His problem was he had shit saved in his emails and all kind of videos. [00:53:19] Speaker B: So classy. You can't have videos. There can't be any video. [00:53:22] Speaker A: Yeah, well you should have videos of you having sex anyway. Not in 2023. You're an idiot. If you have sexual videos of yourself or dick pics, you're an idiot. What do you mean? I feel like in 2023 that's what everybody has now. Then you're an idiot. You're doing personal sex. You're an idiot. You're an idiot. Why are you saying that? Because it's forever. You're an idiot. These things get hacked too easy. [00:53:41] Speaker B: You're an idiot. [00:53:42] Speaker A: You're an idiot. They're going to have pictures of you and your kids and your dick. That's what you want. You're an idiot. [00:53:48] Speaker B: What if you just do it like old school with the video camera? [00:53:51] Speaker A: What video camera? That goes where? Upload it to a hard drive? [00:53:54] Speaker B: No, you just got a little so. [00:53:56] Speaker A: You have to watch it from the video camera. [00:53:57] Speaker B: The eight. [00:53:58] Speaker A: Yeah, sure. [00:53:59] Speaker B: You just plug that bitch in. [00:54:00] Speaker A: Sure, but I mean I don't even know if you can even do that anymore. [00:54:02] Speaker B: No. What's up with have you seen the new iPhone? [00:54:06] Speaker A: Well, I'm about to get it. I bought it already delivered. [00:54:08] Speaker B: It doesn't have a way to take the SIM card out no more. [00:54:10] Speaker A: It never had well you always could do that was in like twelve. Mine, this twelve right here doesn't have a SIM card slot. [00:54:19] Speaker B: When I'm in airports sometimes they have like international sims. [00:54:23] Speaker A: I got a twelve. If you got a paperclip, you can. [00:54:25] Speaker B: Just right, that's what I'm saying. [00:54:27] Speaker A: On the twelve there's an eSIM too. So that's why you can have two phone numbers. So hold up. So if you can't take out the SIM card, what if you go to a different country? [00:54:33] Speaker B: What do you do? That's my point. Yeah, I think that's what it's all electronic now. [00:54:37] Speaker A: Yeah. [00:54:37] Speaker B: And it's weird because it has like the window like that. Like it still does, but it doesn't have the pinhole anymore. That where you fucking with the SIM ejector where you would push that thing in. [00:54:46] Speaker A: Why do you need a SIM? [00:54:48] Speaker B: If you travel, it's a different number. [00:54:50] Speaker A: It's electric SIM. You can have more than one. How does the electric SIM work? I never heard. It's just same thing. It's just digital. It's just inside. There's still a board in there that's equivalent of a SIM. So if you go to another country, you got to unblock phone. What do you do? You have both numbers on there. [00:55:06] Speaker B: I've seen the foreigners come to America and they have seen the vending machines where you can get an international SIM, right? And they can buy these SIM cards to put into their phones and use. [00:55:16] Speaker A: In America, you don't need that anymore because they can just dial into your SIM itself. And the eSIM allows it to be more than one SIM on your phone. So you can have your American number and your Mexican number on the same phone and just do a toggle switch in your settings to determine which SIM you're using. [00:55:30] Speaker B: Okay. [00:55:31] Speaker A: That's way easier. It's better than a SIM card. So this is a mistake to be mad about this. [00:55:36] Speaker B: I mean, again, I still want to be able to take a battery out. [00:55:38] Speaker A: Of bitch, you're not going to ever do that again. [00:55:40] Speaker B: I know. [00:55:42] Speaker A: And even when you did okay, so there's something capacitors hold energy, right? So when you take a battery out of something, even if it's something that's powered by by like your TV, you plug your TV in the wall, right? And you say, oh, I'm going to work on this TV. You unplug it and you open it up and you start working on stuff. You're going to get the shit shocked at if you touch one of those capacitors, they hold the energy. So if you ever noticed how it's almost like the same as like a computer, how they have some memory that's random access, like temporary storage. And then there's the hard storage, right? Yeah. So the temporary storage, it saves some of some of the things so that it caches some of the information so that if you go back to a website you've been going to a lot, it just loads up immediately. It doesn't have to call back out to it. Same with capacitor, as opposed to the energy having to come all the way from the wall back to the cord and through the entire board that's inside the TV, there's some power that's already saved there. Right. Sometimes you'll notice that if you have something unplugged and you press the power button, it'll blink. That's the power coming out of the capacitor. So even if you take a battery out of a phone, there's still a little energy there to make sure that mic stays on. If they need to listen to what the battery doesn't determine whether they can still hear you or triangulate you. That's an idea that we all believe, but of course they're smarter than us. [00:56:55] Speaker B: Well, RFID bags, right. That's it. [00:56:59] Speaker A: Where you put your phone inside the bag? Yeah. What's the point? [00:57:01] Speaker B: So then that can't be tracked. [00:57:02] Speaker A: Well, how do you talk, though? [00:57:03] Speaker B: Well, no, I'm not talking. I'm just doing shit I don't want to be tracked with. I think they like cheese. [00:57:08] Speaker A: Figure out well, you could just turn the five mile off, but then when you open your bag to take your phone out to check anything, you're back on the netting. Yeah. [00:57:15] Speaker B: And then you're teleporting and they're like, how the fuck did you get from. [00:57:18] Speaker A: Yeah, so you just jumped 25 blocks in five minutes. No, that shit is over with, man. There's not going to be a way to do any of that stuff then. I don't know that that's necessarily the same thing as being a disrespectful cheater, though. Unless your wife has a triangulation system where she can ping your phone. [00:57:34] Speaker B: Well, that's that. Find my iPhone shit. Right? You know what I mean? [00:57:38] Speaker A: Again, no, the Find My iPhone doesn't do that. If you share your location, you share your location. Find My iPhone only works for the person whose account it is. So unless your wife has your password to your Find my to your Apple. [00:57:51] Speaker B: ID, why would she not? [00:57:52] Speaker A: Well, I mean okay, so my wife doesn't have my Apple ID. I thought you said your wife have all your password. I remember to my phone. She can get in my phone. I mean, my phone is connected to my Apple ID, but she's not logging into my Apple ID. Why? Okay, I wouldn't be mad at you. [00:58:07] Speaker B: Don't you guys have, like, a family plan that you guys share? Fucking, like, whatever you mean. So it makes it easy for music. [00:58:13] Speaker A: You can get two different IDs. Well, everybody's ID is their ID, so it's all separate. But that's not the same thing, though, I don't think. Yeah, that's not yeah, I think that there's definitely a difference between being classy, I would say I would like for women and men to not cheat on each other. Yeah, same here. [00:58:31] Speaker B: But that's not what you were just saying. You were saying, like, don't get caught, nigga. [00:58:34] Speaker A: No crime if you're about to cheat, but don't do it. I want you to put in place every mechanism to make sure I don't find out. And I don't want you to tell me just because you feel guilty one day because he was putting that shit on me. You were feeling so guilty, now you're going to put on me. So now I'm sad. So now your guilt has turned into my sadness. Yeah. And then you're going to be mad because I'm sad because right now, yeah, fuck that. And then I got to give you a time when I'm going to get over it and shit. Don't do that. [00:58:58] Speaker B: Yeah. That's like going into the police station years later and be like, I did it, right? [00:59:02] Speaker A: They found the man that killed your boy. They said they found that they could have been snitching on himself and many snitched on nothing. That's just so stupid. [00:59:10] Speaker B: That is fucking 27 years later. Like, we finally caught this nigga. [00:59:14] Speaker A: Now they saying diddy's next. Come on, man. Nobody going no, he's not going to prison. He said diddy's next. Or the cop. Everybody's saying that there's trails back to Diddy, and he had paid some nigga named Zip to give the money to Keefy D, and he didn't give it to him. So that's the only reason Puffy's out of the so what do they have on Keefy D? Is it because of all those interviews? [00:59:34] Speaker B: He'd be I have no idea. [00:59:37] Speaker A: 27 years later. It's circumstantial, bro. [00:59:39] Speaker B: If it took you 27 years to arrest me yeah. [00:59:42] Speaker A: I feel like you just got it. I did my time. I did the 27 years. [00:59:44] Speaker B: No, you ain't did no time. [00:59:45] Speaker A: 25 of life I did 27. [00:59:47] Speaker B: You did what? You've been fucking out walking around. [00:59:49] Speaker A: That's on you. I could have been locked up for those 27 years. [00:59:53] Speaker B: Coulda, but you wasn't. [00:59:55] Speaker A: Okay. If you kill somebody, would you rather do the time then and get it over with, or would you rather they wait 27 years? I'd rather wait 27 years. Get the young years out of the way. Right? Yeah. I want to enjoy my young. But you're looking over your shoulder for 27 years, too, though. Did he? He wrote a whole book. Yeah. [01:00:11] Speaker B: When I woke up to that alert and I was like, I thought I was going to hear something or get some good information, and then I was just like, oh, this is I mean, because again, the way that they said it was like the uncle of the nigga that they beat up in the casino. I'm like, nah, I'd never heard of. [01:00:28] Speaker A: This nigga prior to a few weeks. [01:00:31] Speaker B: Yeah, yeah. [01:00:32] Speaker A: Nah. [01:00:33] Speaker B: Did the nigga work for the LAPD? No, he that's who I think was on mean, because that's who Suge hired. [01:00:40] Speaker A: You think Suge did of that because of that song in the beginning? [01:00:44] Speaker B: No, because he was going to leave Death Row and Suge, he was never. [01:00:48] Speaker A: On Death Row, though. [01:00:49] Speaker B: But he was going to fucking be unobligated to Death Row and not stay. [01:00:54] Speaker A: Instead of keeping him alive to try to figure out a way to do business with him. [01:00:58] Speaker B: No, he's not doing business. He don't even fuck with you. [01:01:00] Speaker A: Right. [01:01:00] Speaker B: So, again so you ain't never heard of motherfucker like, I would rather fucking you be fucking dead before you leave me. Niggas be talking that shit, right. [01:01:08] Speaker A: But this SUG interviews wait, I guess if he's trying to follow his not get caught, that doesn't track to me, man. Yeah. Doesn't track to me. [01:01:18] Speaker B: So again, I think Suge got him out, right? So you feel obligated, right? Nigga, I paid your fucking bail, your million dollar bail to get you out. You're free because of me. [01:01:26] Speaker A: Well, you gave him two albums. Yeah, but they were huge albums. [01:01:28] Speaker B: Right? Again, who wants more? Who's not wanting more? I'm not satisfied with that. [01:01:34] Speaker A: It doesn't track because it was so much. You're not satisfied? You would rather kill him. [01:01:37] Speaker B: We're talking yes, if I can't have you. [01:01:40] Speaker A: No, nobody can have got him on a feature for that don't make sense, man. That don't make sense. Because here's the thing, right? They don't lose the right to those albums, right? They're still going to make money off those albums. So you're saying we're going to kill him because he makes more money when he's dead? Come on. [01:01:57] Speaker B: Nobody going through all that when we're. [01:02:00] Speaker A: Already going to make a ton of a shit ton of money anyway. If he stays alive and even he's not on death Row anymore, we're still going to make a shit ton of money off. All eyes on me. We're going to still make a shit ton of money off. [01:02:10] Speaker B: But what if he comes out and he's like Death Row and number some bullshit. [01:02:14] Speaker A: Now that I'm not with, it don't matter. I'm still getting paid when that song spins. I don't give a damn what you say about me. Death Row ain't shit. Okay? Chi ching. Every time you say Death Row ain't shit and they play another song, california Love is still getting paid. Okay, that doesn't attract to me. I'm sorry. Yes, I do believe that people make more money when they're dead, when they're died violently. Like, it's just something about it. Kurt Cobain probably made more money as a suicide victim than he did as a singer, as a living singer. But I don't think it's something that you do on purpose. Because there's still potential to make so much more money if they don't. And who's to say he didn't come back to Death Row after a year. [01:02:54] Speaker B: Or whatever my thing was how do you get not shot? Big ass nigga? [01:02:58] Speaker A: He did get shot, but not like. [01:03:00] Speaker B: This nigga got shot. [01:03:01] Speaker A: Ain't nobody that I know of. I don't know. Maybe you a different breed of nigga. Ain't nobody I know setting up nobody to shoot a nigga beside me. Unless it's a sniper. Nigga, you better be a Navy Seal sniper if I'm going to walk my. [01:03:16] Speaker B: Because if he don't get shot at mean, he's definitely suspect who suge? He had to get shot. [01:03:24] Speaker A: What do you mean? He did get shot. [01:03:25] Speaker B: I know he had to, though. [01:03:27] Speaker A: But there was no way not to get shot in that scenario. Right? [01:03:30] Speaker B: Shooting across you nigga, and then who. [01:03:32] Speaker A: Sets that up for themselves? Mac, think about what you're saying. There's no way he doesn't get shot. He was lucky to only get grazed. [01:03:39] Speaker B: Right? [01:03:40] Speaker A: Who in the fuck is going to pay that contract? And according to Keefie D, in one of those interviews where he was snitching, he was like Pac was break dancing when he got shot. He was like the bullets was hitting him so hard that he looked like he was break dancing. So that means it was all over the place. There's no way I would have a nobody's setting up that shit to get shot at, too. No, man. Come on. Not even close. And especially not in a car where there's no way for me to get away or jump or fall on the ground. Like there's no way I can get out of this if they start shooting and the bullets start ricocheting or some shit and they're not good shots because these niggas driving, shooting from another car. Come on, man. None of this tracks. [01:04:16] Speaker B: I don't know. You're right. You may be right. You may be right. [01:04:18] Speaker A: I would think Diddy would be involved before I would think Suge would be involved and that just don't track, either. Yeah, diddy's not. They were saying something about there was some gun charge that was headed their way from Big, and Big was going to go to prison. And he was the foundation of Bad Boy, and that's why they put the hit on Tupac. But that'll track. The police arrested them for some amount of guns, a lot of them, and they were going to put it on Pac or whatever. But Pac was like, no, those aren't my guns. And the next day, he got shot at the studio in New York. Right. The next day he got shot. So fast forward a few years. Now they saying, if Pac is going to snitch, then we just going to kill him. That was another conspiracy theory. But I don't believe none of that shit, man. [01:05:00] Speaker B: You was talking about Kurt Cobain. [01:05:03] Speaker A: Have you noticed the not Kurt Cobain's. Kurt Cobain. [01:05:07] Speaker B: Cobain. Right. Yeah, the white dude. Have you seen the rise in black people wearing Rock T shirts? [01:05:15] Speaker A: Yeah, that's not a rise. It's been like just Walmart and JCPenney. Black folks always appropriating somebody's shit and then get mad at somebody else for appropriating them. Black folks are copycat. Skinny janes rock niggas. Wore those on my entire childhood. AC DC T shirt. [01:05:29] Speaker B: ACDC Metallica, cool Walmart shirt. [01:05:33] Speaker A: Skateboard. Niggas wore Dickies and Chucks before fucking Dub C did. Yes, nigga. I think Mexicans have the dickies in the 80s. In the 80s, white skateboarders wore all that shit, bro. [01:05:46] Speaker B: In the 70s, nigga, I was going down to the fucking Chinese store in fucking Chinatown and getting them fucking, and. [01:05:52] Speaker A: They weren't doing it either. This is what you're saying. You know for a fact that white people who skateboard weren't doing it? [01:05:56] Speaker B: I don't know, but did you hang. [01:05:58] Speaker A: Around any white skateboarders? [01:05:59] Speaker B: Not in the 70s. [01:06:00] Speaker A: Exactly. What are we talking about? What I do know, though, is black folks always copying some shit. Tell me people are appropriating them. [01:06:06] Speaker B: Yeah, I just see it all over now. Like black people would. Like you said, AC DC and Metallica. [01:06:13] Speaker A: No NAN song shirts. They don't even know Prince. Right? Yeah, but it's Walmart, bro. [01:06:22] Speaker B: It's Walmart. [01:06:23] Speaker A: Yeah. And it's just a 799. I'll buy them, too. [01:06:29] Speaker B: No doubt. Shout out to Walmart and the 799 bins. That's the hook. Yeah, that's the plug. [01:06:34] Speaker A: Target be having them like two for 1299. Target be having the Marvel ones, too. Like Wolverine and shit and all of that. [01:06:42] Speaker B: Yeah, but see, it's just the rock shit that I know these motherfuckers like Journey and I'm like, you guys don't know nothing about none of this shit. This is police. You don't know nothing about none of this shit. I can guarantee it. And I saw a thing where they were interviewing kids now, too, right? And I guess it goes back to the Walmart thing, like their parents buying them or whatever the fuck. But they were asking them if they knew just a song from some of the shirts that the musicians that they were wearing, not their kid could fucking say nothing. I don't know nothing about none of these motherfuckers. But anyways so marketing doesn't work, because. [01:07:16] Speaker A: You would think the idea is that if they had the shirt, they'll at least look up one song, right? [01:07:20] Speaker B: Nope. [01:07:21] Speaker A: Cool. I don't have an ACDC song. I mean, shirt. And I don't really know ACDC song. [01:07:24] Speaker B: Either, though, so I'm stairway to Heaven. [01:07:27] Speaker A: Maybe if you hear is that them. [01:07:29] Speaker B: Or is it highway to Hell? [01:07:30] Speaker A: Highway to hell. [01:07:30] Speaker B: Highway to hell. Stay where. To heaven is the Eisley brothers right? [01:07:34] Speaker A: Or something? Yeah, I don't think that's it's. [01:07:37] Speaker B: Highway to hell. [01:07:37] Speaker A: Yeah, I don't have that shirt, but I don't know, like, Megadeth and Metallic. I don't know any of their songs either, so I don't have that shirt. I have a Red Hot Chili Peppers shirt, but I know many of their songs. Yeah. [01:07:46] Speaker B: Red hot chili peppers is not rock. I wouldn't consider them rock. [01:07:49] Speaker A: What would you consider it? [01:07:51] Speaker B: Alternate. They're a little alt, right? [01:07:53] Speaker A: Alt what? Rock. [01:07:54] Speaker B: Maybe be alt rock? [01:07:55] Speaker A: Yeah. [01:07:55] Speaker B: So rock, I guess. [01:07:56] Speaker A: Rock? [01:07:56] Speaker B: Yeah, but not heavy metal, right? [01:07:58] Speaker A: Well, heavy metal and rock aren't the same thing, though. Rock is heavy metal is a genre, a subgenre of rock. [01:08:03] Speaker B: So yacht rock, I mean, what the fuck is that? [01:08:05] Speaker A: I don't know what that is. [01:08:06] Speaker B: You don't know what yacht rock is? [01:08:07] Speaker A: I've never heard of that. [01:08:08] Speaker B: What's that? [01:08:08] Speaker A: Like, yacht? Like the ship? [01:08:09] Speaker B: Yeah, that's that shit that you listen to. It's rock that plays on yachts. [01:08:14] Speaker A: Give me a song that can be considered yacht rock. [01:08:17] Speaker B: I'm going to have to look it up because I've never heard of this. [01:08:19] Speaker A: Are you sure this is a real genre? It's one of fake ones they made up. [01:08:22] Speaker B: What are some yacht rock songs? [01:08:25] Speaker A: They're not even going to know. Google's not even going to know. [01:08:28] Speaker B: You can't talk while I'm searching because they think you're still asking a question. [01:08:32] Speaker A: But he's not speaking English. I'm surprised they didn't just filter him out like his hey, siri voice would never work on my phone. It would never pick it up. [01:08:42] Speaker B: I tell you, man, I'm going to end up getting an iPhone, bro. [01:08:47] Speaker A: We've been telling you that. [01:08:48] Speaker B: We've been telling you, but I'm just saying, and I'm just hoping that it okay. What a fool believes. What a fool. [01:08:59] Speaker A: Ride like the wind that's just rock. [01:09:02] Speaker B: Nah, but that's yacht rock. [01:09:03] Speaker A: This is just because you play in the yacht. [01:09:06] Speaker B: Yeah, the Doobie Brothers. [01:09:07] Speaker A: Doobie brothers is rock. And Doobie brothers turn into R B, though. What a Fool Believes is so basically, they just took three good rock songs that you were playing. The yacht sailing sailing by chris. Christopher. Yeah, that's rock. That's considered rock. [01:09:23] Speaker B: It's called yacht rock now, bro. [01:09:24] Speaker A: That's stupid. [01:09:25] Speaker B: Yeah, because, again, I think that's that. [01:09:28] Speaker A: Shit where you put trying to figure out ways to make you put on. [01:09:30] Speaker B: Your sperry top side, what they used. [01:09:32] Speaker A: To call that was soft rock. [01:09:34] Speaker B: Maybe that's yeah, you're right. [01:09:35] Speaker A: Soft rock. Remember that Tracy Chapman, Chris Christopher saying yeah, soft rock. Maybe some of the Doobie Brothers songs. Some of them. Yeah. [01:09:43] Speaker B: Because it was the opposite of hard rock. [01:09:44] Speaker A: Yeah. That's all that is. Yeah. [01:09:47] Speaker B: And now it's yacht rock because if. [01:09:48] Speaker A: You rich and shit, this is Barry Manilow. Yeah. You know what I'm saying? Do you? French? I've heard those names, but I don't know the song. I'm sure Barry Manlow album just came out in Haiti. You got that new Barry manlow, them. [01:10:01] Speaker B: Gangsters ain't listening to that shit in Haiti. [01:10:03] Speaker A: Hey, look, you know what? I was talking to somebody in Mexico about word phonetics of words and stuff, and how they were saying that people got the word holy mixed up. Holy? Yeah, like H-O-L-Y-H-O-L-Y. So they've kind of turned it into that word holy, as in something like oh, religious. But it's really meant to be holy. [01:10:25] Speaker B: As in encompassing, all encompassing. [01:10:27] Speaker A: So, like, you're whole when you're spiritually sound and whatever, you're not holy like ho l you're WH. You know what I'm saying? Like the whole you have the in, the out, the up, the down, the top, the bottom, the left, the right, the good, the bad, all that. You're whole. [01:10:45] Speaker B: Okay, so if I was saying holy. [01:10:48] Speaker A: Guacamole well, that's slain. [01:10:53] Speaker B: What would be a good way to use holy in that term? [01:10:56] Speaker A: The way they've been using H-O-L-Y. Instead, replace it with WH and try to see what that could mean as opposed to what you've been told that it means as ho. So everything you've ever used ho for, switch it and make it who. [01:11:13] Speaker B: Like the whole he just broke his brain. [01:11:17] Speaker A: The idea here is holy without the W is attached to religion and Jesus or whatever. [01:11:22] Speaker B: Of course. Yeah. The Holy Bible. [01:11:23] Speaker A: And what they're saying is it's not that it's whole. [01:11:26] Speaker B: Maybe they couldn't do it. They had to do that because they didn't have all of the Bible. So they took it off, and they're like, we're going to make it H-O-L-Y because we'd be fucking dead. [01:11:38] Speaker A: Or they're separating you from the truth. [01:11:40] Speaker B: Yeah. [01:11:40] Speaker A: They're separating you from the whole where God is because God is not without. God is within. That was a good bar. I've said that on this show. I know, but just with that whole conversation. Yeah. Everybody wants God to be through your preacher or through your church or through your book or through, you know what I'm saying? Through the rules of your religion. But you just got to shut the fuck up and listen, because it's already inside you. [01:12:03] Speaker B: I tried to tell someone about this this weekend, and they were trying to say that I was atheist. No, religious. And I'm like, I'm not religious. I mean, I'm not you don't see me at church. You don't see me doing any of that religious stuff like the religions do, right? Right. And they were like, well, what about that tattoo? I'm like, that's not religious to me, actually, it's memorialish to me. It's more of a memorial than it is to religion. They say, well, what are you doing when you pray before you eat? I'm thanking being thankful for the shit, having something to eat, right? Again, I don't think that makes me religious, you know what I mean? Again, I think a religious belief is when I think of religion, I think it's tying yourself to a religion. [01:13:02] Speaker A: Isn'T it? Like religion, like a quote, unquote, just a way of life and whatever culture that you believe in. Because that's why I remember when I was learning religion. It's just a way of life. And if you Christian, you do the Christian way of life. If you Muslim, you do the Muslim way of life, or vice versa, whatever religion. Well, see, what I'm saying is, though, this throws all that dumb shit out the window, because now when you say someone is a holy person, what do you think of when you say they're a holy person, you think of, oh, they're righteous, they're one with God, they're on the right walk, right? And what I'm saying is same thing, but just put the W in front of it and see how much more sense it makes if a person is whole, right? A whole person, right. They're walking the right path. [01:13:46] Speaker B: Yeah. [01:13:46] Speaker A: They're righteous, they have integrity, you know what I'm saying? They understand the consequence of their actions and their decisions, you know what I mean? They're positive. They're trying to help people in their community. That's being a whole person, right? So replace that holy bullshit that you've been taught your whole life and replace it with the holy, with the W. And it makes a lot more sense then, because a person that's completely grounded and fulfilled and full is going to be a holy person, right? [01:14:17] Speaker B: And I've seen holy with just the h people full of shit, right? [01:14:21] Speaker A: But that's because they're doing the act. [01:14:22] Speaker B: Though, the full of shit. [01:14:23] Speaker A: They're not whole. And that's what I'm saying. There's the lie of saying, oh, well, if you confess with your heart and your tongue that Jesus is Lord or whatever, you're saved now and you can repent your sins or whatever. But that's some ho ly bullshit, right? That's holy bullshit. Whereas if you are a whole person, you would understand that a human is going to make mistakes, and that's okay. As long as your intention is good and you're trying to do your best to be whatever encompasses being whole, then you're on the right path. [01:14:54] Speaker B: Yeah. [01:14:54] Speaker A: And there are far more of us who are who and successfully so than our holy and successfully so. A lot of them are lying. Yeah. [01:15:04] Speaker B: No, I don't know too many people that are ho and successfully so, you know, too. [01:15:08] Speaker A: Many holes that are. [01:15:09] Speaker B: Yeah, because again, I think again, that get out of know, get out of. [01:15:15] Speaker A: Jail free card, apologize at the end. [01:15:17] Speaker B: Yeah, that's just like you know what I mean? And it's funny because you'll see it in and I know that it's movies or whatever, but you'll see it like in mob movies. These niggas are repenting after some shit or fucking go to church and then not here. It's cool here, but then we're going to go out and do some dirty dirt shit, right? [01:15:35] Speaker A: Do the little cross in your heart and then kill somebody, right? You know what I'm saying? You're not a whole person. You're holy with h, but you're not a whole person because a whole person wouldn't go out and just kill somebody, right? Whether you put the cross over your chest or not, you still wouldn't do it because that's not a fulfilled whole person does not act that way. They don't move that way. They don't need to because they're more in tune with the forces of the universe, you know what I'm saying? They know where they fit into it, so they're not doing that kind of thing. I don't think they would even want to. [01:16:05] Speaker B: Yeah, that makes a lot of sense. I'm going to have to meditate on that. Is that the same as praying? [01:16:13] Speaker A: Sure. [01:16:14] Speaker B: I don't think so. I mean, I guess I would even. [01:16:16] Speaker A: Say that meditating is probably more effective. I can't meditate. But I would say that meditating is probably more effective than praying. [01:16:21] Speaker B: What do you mean you can't meditate? [01:16:22] Speaker A: I can't be quiet long. My brain doesn't work like that. [01:16:25] Speaker B: Have you tried the app calm, app? [01:16:28] Speaker A: Headspace? I've tried headspace. I can't meditate. My brain makes too much noise. My inner dialogue is just going all the time. Shut up. You won't shut up. I'm cool that you can do it or whatever. Yeah, do it. Do that shit. I think I get closer to a meditative state when I'm doing some, like, walking? [01:16:48] Speaker B: Well, yeah, because you're distracting. You're doing something else too, right? [01:16:52] Speaker A: Yeah, I'm walking downtown, I'm hearing the noise of the traffic lights, the traffic and the people and their lights flashing and stuff and like that. I can get in that space and tune all that out. And if I'm walking, I'm thinking and it's like, it's quiet in my brain. Even though there's noise everywhere, I expect that noise, so I can turn it down. [01:17:11] Speaker B: Growing up, did you fall asleep with the TV on? [01:17:14] Speaker A: Maybe. [01:17:15] Speaker B: I think I always did, too. And I feel like now it's hard for me not to no, I can. [01:17:19] Speaker A: Do it now without it. [01:17:20] Speaker B: I can, but it's harder. [01:17:23] Speaker A: I turn the TV off every night. [01:17:24] Speaker B: So when the TV goes off and it gets fucking quiet like that, then that's when my mind goes like that, too. And I find my now eventually I do go to sleep, but initially I'll. [01:17:35] Speaker A: Turn the TV off till I'm exhausted. [01:17:36] Speaker B: It's just going and then I'm like. [01:17:39] Speaker A: What about those little, like, noise makers? [01:17:41] Speaker B: Oh, yeah, like sound machines and shit? Yeah. [01:17:45] Speaker A: Does that work for you? [01:17:46] Speaker B: Yeah, because I need something like that. It's funny that you were talking about that. When it's quiet, my head does seem louder everywhere. [01:17:54] Speaker A: I can't make it be quiet, so I don't even try. Meditating is not something I know. Yeah, you just got to practice it's like a muscle. No, fuck that. It ain't going to happen. Not for me. I already know I could sit there forever. I just fall asleep. Seriously, that's what I would do. I just fall asleep eventually before I got calmed to a place where I could actually but isn't it like the whole trick with meditation is every time your head goes crazy, you try to bring it back to you recognize it and then you try to bring it back to ground zero. That's why they say it's okay to like when you do the headspace app or the calm app, they say it's okay if you wander around. Let the brain wander around. But once you recognize that, try to bring it back to that's why they say countdown backwards or things like that. So you just try to bring it back or find a focus point. If I'm just watching this wall, once I start to think about whatever I got to do tomorrow or whatever, I try to just what's the purpose? What is the purpose of meditation to you guys? [01:18:51] Speaker B: To try to isolate or focus on a thought. Right. That for me, right? [01:18:56] Speaker A: On a thought or no thought? [01:18:58] Speaker B: A thought. [01:18:58] Speaker A: So then are you really meditating? [01:19:00] Speaker B: Yeah. On something. [01:19:01] Speaker A: Okay. [01:19:01] Speaker B: Yeah. [01:19:02] Speaker A: I'm not sure that's how meditation works, but I don't know much about meditation because it doesn't work. [01:19:06] Speaker B: So meditation, how about the idea was. [01:19:08] Speaker A: You weren't supposed to be thinking about anything. The trick is to always bring it back to whatever, like he was saying, whatever thought you want. So some people use something blank as like looking at this wall. Stare at this wall. [01:19:19] Speaker B: When you jack off. [01:19:23] Speaker A: Stare at this wall. And then I'm staring at this wall, trying to have that complete silence. But now my brain start to think, oh, you got to work tomorrow. You got to this tomorrow. Oh, man. Oh, Monday night football game, I got to change my fantasy. [01:19:35] Speaker B: And then when I recognize I can't even believe you brought that up. I cannot believe you brought that up. He's owing four and got smacked by me this weekend. [01:19:43] Speaker A: France. Yeah, not at all. Might come seven giants. So once I realize this, I go back to think about the blank wall and then if I can go back to that space for like 3 seconds, I'm good. And then you'll go back to other but what the hell is the blank wall doing? Yeah, I'm just saying, usually for me, I go back to no thought. But what's the purpose? [01:20:08] Speaker B: Right? [01:20:09] Speaker A: Once I complete, like, the 15 minutes of just trying, I feel more clear headed. I do feel more clear headed. Just like you said, it's a muscle. Like, you just feel like you've been doing it wrong. [01:20:23] Speaker B: So the whole purpose of meditation is to think about nothing? [01:20:25] Speaker A: Not necessarily. It could be whatever you want. Quiet your brain. For me, it's to quiet my brain. I can't do it. Yeah. So for me, it's to quiet the brain. So whenever the brain I'm just trying. [01:20:35] Speaker B: To focus on a thought because, again, without having my brain bounce to all other types of shit. [01:20:42] Speaker A: And I think with someone that have, like, ADHD like you, I think that's a good step to take for meditation. Because maybe that's what you can do. [01:20:49] Speaker B: Yeah. Because no thought is not possible. [01:20:51] Speaker A: So what's the end result, though, you said? How do you measure that you're clearer after you meditate? I just feel more like it gives me a boost of confidence. Let's put it like that. Damn. Because I don't know that I could just think, especially if I do it when I wake up early in the day, it just gives me a good boost of confidence to conquer. Today. I don't think that any of this shit you're talking about is measurable. So it's going to be it's probably not. It's probably not. It's so hard to measure that. And I hate being the nigga. Like, prove it or show me the example, but prove it. [01:21:24] Speaker B: But I feel like for me, it would be like if you talk about the beginning of the day, what am I going to do today? I'm going to meditate on focus on the things that I need to get accomplished today. [01:21:34] Speaker A: Right. [01:21:35] Speaker B: And then that way I focus on that. [01:21:36] Speaker A: Can you just get a to do list? [01:21:38] Speaker B: But again, my to do list will be short as fuck if I don't meditate. [01:21:42] Speaker A: Right, because no, you can't go in there and get a list out of your med, and then as soon as you come out of meditation, you got a whole list. I don't think it works that way. I think you're a medium. You're talking to a spirit, and that spirit is giving you something that's different. That's a seance. [01:21:58] Speaker B: I'm just thinking, I never heard of nigga tomorrow. [01:22:00] Speaker A: I came out of meditation with a list. With a list. [01:22:02] Speaker B: Like, I went in there, didn't know what I had no idea how I was going to tackle today. And then I went in there and I fucking had a fucking plan afterwards. [01:22:09] Speaker A: I don't think that's the way it works. But again, I'm not the meditating guy. [01:22:14] Speaker B: And usually, you know what? It's funny because my meditation when I do meditate is usually in the shower. That's when I'm at the best. Like, I'll sit down in the shower and just kind of like fake water. [01:22:25] Speaker A: Is this high or non high? [01:22:27] Speaker B: Non high. [01:22:27] Speaker A: Okay. [01:22:28] Speaker B: Fake waterfall it. [01:22:29] Speaker A: Don't take that shot. [01:22:29] Speaker B: Yeah, let's take the shot. Fake waterfall, know? Had the water coming down, acting like you're in somewhere tropical and shit. That shit, know? [01:22:35] Speaker A: Yeah. Water, I think has meditative properties. There's a place in Miami I like to go out by the jetty at the end of South Beach and just walk out on the rocks and kind of just sit out there while the waves crash. And I find that to be calming. I don't know about meditative, but it's very calming. And I can think out there because there's the noise of the waves. [01:22:55] Speaker B: Right. [01:22:56] Speaker A: Do you believe in manifestation? No. You just believe in the work. So you just believe in the work? Yeah. Okay. You're not going to get anything without working. You can manifest all you want to. I do agree that if you and I talk about something and we create a common goal, that we're going to both be able to do that goal easier with both of us working on it. But I don't know that that's manifestation, I don't think us saying that, hey, I'm doing this, and you're like, I'm doing that too. Oh, well, let's combine our powers. You're right. I think that's how they try to market manifestation. It's like you just write it down a couple of times or say it or do a vision board, and it's going to appear definitely the work. See, here's the problem. The work matters. But I think once you do, like, if you do those steps, like, either talk about or write it down, whatever you do or you decide, okay, I'm about to put my all into this like you did for what you're studying for, like you decided, okay, I'm going to do this. I'm going to put my time, I'm going to pay for this, I'm going to study, I'm going to do this. And then after that. So tell me where the manifestation part superseded him actually getting his ass up every morning and going to do the work and studying. So I don't think it superseded, but I think what the manifestation did was give him the fuel to continue to work. How much did you pull from manifestation when you were doing your class? [01:24:06] Speaker B: I don't remember manifestation. [01:24:08] Speaker A: I don't even think it was do it for me. I feel like the manifestation would decide it like, I'm about to learn this new skill and I want to learn this new skill for this, that and the third. And you don't think that he could have just lay in his bed and completely gone against that? What you mean he could have had all those plans and decided the day of the first day of class, just lay in bed instead? You think that he would still happen even though he put all that? No, of course not, because he didn't put no work. But like, I said, what gave him. [01:24:31] Speaker B: He walking you down. [01:24:32] Speaker A: No, but what I said, what gave him belief to not say, I'm not going to go to work is because he said, I really want to do this. I really want to learn this. For whatever the reason was, he wanted to learn it. That's what I'm saying. That sounds like bullshit. I think, though, and here's the truth of it. Sometimes I discredit myself for being as intelligent as I am. I think that there are some people who require manifestation. I think that what I call manifestation or what they're saying is manifestation. I do naturally. [01:25:05] Speaker B: Like, what are you saying? [01:25:06] Speaker A: So I don't need a fucking vision board to know I want to do something and try to make it happen. Okay, you don't need a vision board, but I've seen you said, oh, I want to get this. So you went in and spent the overnight studying to get a certification so you can be prepared for interview. So somehow, some way, you prepared. Not somehow, some fucking way. I put the time in. That's what I'm saying. But what gave you the fuel to put the time in the dedication? Sugar? Caffeine. Okay. That's what I'm saying. I think it's full of shit. I think that maybe there's some people who need religion. There's some people who need words like manifestation. [01:25:39] Speaker B: I said that. I said that to was the person I was arguing about religion. And she was like, if you need a religion to tell you how to be a good person, you're a piece of shit. [01:25:54] Speaker A: Not necessarily a piece of shit. You might just be a you might be an NPC, or you don't have the inner dialogue, so that's why you don't even know what's a good person you might be an NPC. And there are NPCs running around Atlanta right now, and you're like, Is that a real person? How do you have that opinion of anything? How do you have that outfit? You know what? They're just they're robots. So I was talking to one of my friends about that this last week that she was saying that everybody in Atlanta is an NPC. I'm like, not everybody, but there's a lot of them. Majority of them. It's like four prototypes, right? I think that I'm not recognizing and I'm not trying to brag here. I'm not recognizing how intelligent I am. So I'm thinking that everybody's the same when it comes to this, but there are people who require something like manifestations and vision boards and religion. I'm going to put all my energy into this thing, and then the universe is going to speak to me. Whereas I'm connected to the universe all day, every day. I don't have to do something special to connect myself to the universe because I'm connected right now. As I'm talking to you guys right now, the universe is responding because I'm already connected to it. So I don't think that that's manifestation or anything superpowers. I think that I know what I got to do to get something done. I've measured out what it's going to require me to do to get the said thing, as you said, a certification or whatever. And I just fucking keep my knees moving. Yeah. I do start doing the work, and I don't stop till it's done. And that's not manifestation. That's fucking work. [01:27:16] Speaker B: Yeah. [01:27:17] Speaker A: And I think what I'm trying to say is I think what the manifestation does, it helps you stay focused to do the work. Like you just said, some people may need that. How does manifestation help you stay there to do the work? Because you want it, because you want whatever. Wanting is not manifestation, though. Yeah, but I'm saying manifestation is the idea of me speaking something into it. I'm going to say it, and because I said it, the universe is going to respond to me and I'm going to get it. So, again, like I said before we start this, I think that's how they label their market. Look up to that market. [01:27:47] Speaker B: In relationships, right? Like, if you saw somebody and you're like, that's going to be my wife. Yeah, I'm going to get that put into work. [01:27:56] Speaker A: No, but you can't just go home. Yeah, you can't just go home and stay home. Oh. So you got to do the work. Okay, so here's how we're going to logic this shit out, right? Okay. So if I say I want that woman and I go home, is there any way I'm going to get that woman? For the most part, no. [01:28:11] Speaker B: Okay, well, if she works for Uber, and then next thing you know, you order Uber eats and she shows up at your house. [01:28:17] Speaker A: Yeah. And then you might use that opportunity to start putting in the work. Name the time that happened. So I'm going to use this example, me being in this podcast. I remember I was like, Here we go. 2014, 2015. I was like, yo, this shit, I want to be a part of it. I feel like I can do this. And then I did the work. I got with a homie. I started doing my own podcast. And out of nowhere, just in a car ride with J Smooth, he's like, Yo, I got a podcast. And I was really like, this is like a month in me telling myself I want to do this. And I just met a nigga, like the other day, and he's telling me, I've been doing this shit. I got a whole crew. This nigga's a master producer. And that didn't take work. That was just me being at the right place at the right time, meeting Jay Smooth and having a conversation with Jay Smooth. And then I got in your show, and then the rest is history. So, yes, I did put in some work to start doing my own podcast and doing all of this. But I feel like me writing down, I want to do a podcast, I'm going to do whatever it takes to do a podcast. Just gave me the direction to well, let me even have the conversation with Jay Smooth, because if I probably didn't even have said that, I probably wouldn't even bring up that conversation with J Smooth. We probably would have a regular conversation. [01:29:26] Speaker B: J Smooth was going to tell you he's on a podcast. [01:29:27] Speaker A: No, I brought it up because I was telling him what I'm trying to do. [01:29:29] Speaker B: He would have told you anyway. [01:29:30] Speaker A: Okay, maybe. But what I'm saying is yeah, cards, yes, facts. But what I'm saying is me having that on my mind and wanting to do it, I can't disprove that. Francis, if you believe that's the way it happened, you said it and then it became, what are the ODS? [01:29:46] Speaker B: But listen, let me tell you like this, though. [01:29:48] Speaker A: And what are the ODS, too? I came to the podcast and then not just I came and I did the episode, I end up becoming like a whole ho. So it's like, what are the ODS? [01:29:57] Speaker B: But again, it has nothing to do with manifestation. Had you not said that you saw a nigga turn into a goat, that changed it for me. [01:30:06] Speaker A: Yeah, I understand. You lied your way on. Basically, you're here because of a fucking lie. I'm not saying I didn't have to. Obviously, when I got class, obviously, if I came into the show and I. [01:30:19] Speaker B: Was like, fucking fudging on your resume. [01:30:21] Speaker A: If I came into the show and I was a bullshit guest, like, I didn't say shit or I was very disrespectful. [01:30:27] Speaker B: Obviously, you didn't have a podcast voice back then. [01:30:29] Speaker A: But what I'm saying facts, right? But what I'm saying is I believe if you put it out there and then you do the work. [01:30:41] Speaker B: It always comes back to that part, though, right? [01:30:43] Speaker A: But you do have to do the work. The work is the number one thing. Matter of fact, the work is just like a pre. Like, you just got to do the work, period. Whether you what if you just do. [01:30:51] Speaker B: The work without any of the other shit? [01:30:54] Speaker A: I think when you do the work because you're doing the work, you are telling yourself you're going to achieve something because you're doing the work. [01:31:00] Speaker B: Well, that's just like going to the gym, right? Like when you go to the gym exactly. Let me finish. If you go to the gym and you're fucking going regularly, you see the results, right? So then therefore, you're motivated to continue because you see the results from the work you've already done. But none of that shit happens without the work. [01:31:18] Speaker A: I understand. And what I'm saying is, for the person to keep going to the gym every day, is that dedication of them saying, I want to lose weight, I want to get buff? [01:31:26] Speaker B: Do you think that if they said that right. I want to lose weight. I want to do this. And they went to the gym and they saw no results. That shit's still going to manifest. [01:31:35] Speaker A: You think the work is this is the thing. If they go to the gym, they're going to see the results. Man, I've seen a lot of people that go to the gym a lot and they'd be looking the same because they don't be doing when they go to the gym. But they don't do the work in the gym. They just go to the gym. [01:31:46] Speaker B: Come on, bro, you talking to yourself. [01:31:48] Speaker A: No. [01:31:48] Speaker B: To get yourself no, I'm not arguing it's the work that needs to be done. [01:31:52] Speaker A: And I'm not denying the work. I'm not saying the work is not important. All I'm saying is for you to go up every day and do that fucking work is the dedication you're saying is so what's the Bible quote? Faith without works is? Well, that's not even a Bible quote. It's what black people say. Yeah. Faith without out works is dead. Or something like that. [01:32:06] Speaker B: Yeah, something like that. [01:32:07] Speaker A: So is work without faith dead? No. So how come that don't translate the other way? They let you know what's the important thing here? Not the faith, the work. What you mean, work without faith? If you have faith without work, it's dead. So you have faith, but you don't put in any work. You're not going to get what you're praying for. But if you work and don't have faith, you can still get what you're praying for. I guess what I'm saying is the way I'm looking at it is like for you to consistently do that work is because you see results. You believe in whatever result that the work did. The reason why you stayed up and got that certification is because you knew if you prepared that well, you could get that job that could give you. And what Mac is saying, let's say you put all that into you, manifest all that or your words. You say, I'm going to get this job. And then you go on. You start the work, but every result you get is negative. Are you still going to keep doing it or are you going to stop because you're getting negative results? You might stop. No, not might. Majority of people are going to stop. And so that manifestation shit is bullshit. Because if you don't do the work, it's not going to happen. Yeah. Again, I'm never denying the work. I was never denying the work. It's just the work to me, though, and maybe I'm manifesting in some other way that like I say, maybe I'm too smart. And so I've already done those things that I think are just common sense. And there are some people who are just not commonly sensical enough to have. [01:33:25] Speaker B: Done those things, but that's an oxymoron in itself. [01:33:28] Speaker A: Why do you say that common sense? [01:33:29] Speaker B: Because again, most people don't. It's not common what he's talking about. [01:33:35] Speaker A: So I'm kind of like be honest in the sense of I kind of just do the work because I have this belief system. Like he said he think he's too intelligent. I don't think I'm too intelligent, but I believe I can outwork anybody. That's the Haitian in you. Yeah. I can outwork you no matter what. So that's my confidence where I think I'm going to get the shit because I'm going to outwork you no matter how much smarter you are. You might beat me today, but by the end of the marathon, I'm number one. So that's my process of doing whatever I got to do. But at the same time, because I kind of believe in this manifestation, me saying, oh, I can outwork you is like it's another reminder to continue to do that work because I will get tired. I may want to be lazy because I have this no, I'm going to outwork this person no matter what. Even if I'm tired or lazy, I'm a fucking still do the work because I have this belief system that I got to outwork you. [01:34:31] Speaker B: What we call that in America is the mamba mentality. [01:34:36] Speaker A: All of us don't call it that. [01:34:38] Speaker B: That's the mamba mentality. You just fucking work harder than the next dude, right? Like, don't get out worked. You know what I mean? But anyway, let me ask you guys another question, though. I hate to make this about race, you know what I mean? [01:34:57] Speaker A: Sounds like you hate it. [01:34:58] Speaker B: I do, because I love all colors in shapes, but colors for sure. But are white people better at complaining than black people? [01:35:10] Speaker A: They're better at organizing so they can make the change? [01:35:14] Speaker B: What the fuck are you talking about? I'm talking about complaining. What are you talking about? [01:35:19] Speaker A: What I'm talking about is the reason why you asked that question that make you feel like white people might be better than black people at complaining. What I'm answering is it's not that they're better. They're just better at organizing. So whatever they're complaining about, a change could be made. [01:35:34] Speaker B: So what if we're talking about an individual white person? I'm not talking about a group of white people per se. [01:35:38] Speaker A: White people. Can you give us an example? Yeah. [01:35:40] Speaker B: So, for instance, right? So at my school, right, there's some shit that's complainable, right? Like the fact of the matter. Uh oh, somebody got somebody kid. Amber Alert. [01:35:53] Speaker A: Oh, man. It's been going on all weekend. Yeah, I got, like three the past couple of days. Yeah. [01:35:57] Speaker B: I don't know what's going on. You just got to leave people's kid. And it's always somebody's parent. But anyways, it's always the dad. [01:36:04] Speaker A: It's always the. [01:36:08] Speaker B: My. At the school I went to, right, again, I told you. And if you listen to Life of Mac, it's a little hood. At the location that I went to, right? It's in Forest Park. Right. Which is, I guess, like by College Park. [01:36:23] Speaker A: No, College Park changed, bro. Nowhere near College Park, bro. [01:36:27] Speaker B: Oh, I see. I wouldn't know. But Forest Park is hood as shit. It can be the part that I was at again, I told you I saw motherfucker get shot the first day I was there. [01:36:35] Speaker A: Forest park is down 75. College park is down 85. [01:36:38] Speaker B: Okay, so, yeah, a motherfucker got shot and I saw the motherfucker walking with the AR down the street. So that was day one that I. [01:36:45] Speaker A: Was there walking with it down the. [01:36:46] Speaker B: Street right next to his leg and act like he wasn't doing like he was about to go to the fucking grocery store. [01:36:51] Speaker A: He was just chilling. [01:36:52] Speaker B: No running. But again, I think that was the greatest fucking move. [01:36:56] Speaker A: Yeah. Net niggas wouldn't try you? [01:36:57] Speaker B: No, because then I saw it on Marvel, too, right? It was the Winter Soldier. She said listen, she said when they were trying to get they were looking for me. She's like, the first rule of fucking getting away is don't run like you don't fucking run. Because obviously running draws attention. You got to fucking walk like you ain't nothing wrong. And this is how that nigga was walking. [01:37:18] Speaker A: That's just like in the rain. [01:37:19] Speaker B: What do you mean? [01:37:20] Speaker A: People that running through the rain, it doesn't make it you get wetter. No, you don't get wet. You get the same wet. The amount of drops are going to hit your ass are the same amount of drops. It's just you're going to let them. [01:37:29] Speaker B: Hit you faster because what are you talking about, man? Because I'm not in the rain as long. [01:37:35] Speaker A: Yeah, but you're running into raindrops that you weren't going to hit because you're running faster. You're grabbing raindrops that you weren't even going to hit. I don't know about same amount of drops, bro. You're going to hit the same amount of drops. I think that was proven. There is no difference in running or walking in a rain. You're going to get the same wet. But I thought you'd get wet or more if you run. Wet or more. [01:37:59] Speaker B: No, this nigga can't co sign. [01:38:02] Speaker A: You can't make my thought be gone because that nigga don't know how to speak. I thought you'd get wet more, though, if you run. Why? I just assume because you're out in the distance. I mean, you have less distance, but it's quicker. It's less time. What Max said, right? You're in the rain, less time, but you ran into more water because you not more same. You were going to hit water at this step and this step and this step. You're just hitting that water quicker, but you're still hitting the same step, same water. [01:38:30] Speaker B: Yeah. I would want to agree with you, because every time I run, I still am drift. Fuck. [01:38:37] Speaker A: If you're in a real downpour, it makes no difference. [01:38:40] Speaker B: Yeah, downpour is no different. [01:38:42] Speaker A: It makes no. [01:38:43] Speaker B: Difference. I'm going to try that next time. I'm just going to stroll. I was going to take my time. [01:38:49] Speaker A: Still get where you're going? Yeah, don't slow down like I'm approved. I'm a maker. [01:38:53] Speaker B: Still walk the same, right? That's what I mean. I'm just going to just walk it instead of trying to because what happens too, when you run, you're splashing in the puddles too, right? [01:39:01] Speaker A: Yeah. [01:39:01] Speaker B: So now your shoes get right, is coming up higher. But anyways, so they were bullshitting my class, right, as far as organization. And it seemed weird because it seemed like it was only with our class classes that came behind us, they were getting fucking shit taught to them in a faster pace and all of this shit, right? And all the niggas was sitting in there and we was complaining to each other. There's one white dude, this niggas like, listen, I didn't talk to the regional manager. I didn't email the motherfucking other motherfucker. I'm looking for a discount. I'm looking for money back. This nigga had a whole and I'm like, money back? I was just trying to get a test date sooner. I hadn't even thought about money back. Are you getting money back? I need your number. And it just made me think like this motherfucker had when he was complaining went to levels that my complaint level or my complaint mind had not gone to. But watching him. Oh, I did mimic that shit. And I've been on some other fuckers and it ain't working. So I just don't know. Are they just better or maybe they get more respect when they complain than we do? Because I'm like, this motherfucker was talking about he trying to get 1500 back. I'm like, 1500 nigga? Are you serious? For like, what, three, four days of fucked up shit? [01:40:27] Speaker A: Yeah. [01:40:28] Speaker B: And then I was like, I bet you I should have kept this nigga's number. I got this nigga's number because I know that he probably already got a test date. Like, I'm still waiting on getting a test date, right? And they keep talking this shit and there's a group of us that were in a chat room and it's all about five of us, all niggas. And we're all saying the same shit. We're all getting a runaround, we're all this, that and the other. And I'm like, I wonder if the white boy is getting results. Because when he came, the plan that he was talk about going through, it seemed like he was already at another state. Like, again, he had a connect higher than the regional manager that he was already complaining to. So I'm thinking about going to looking up the vice president or the president and shit and just try to do that and be like, listen, who do I need to write a fucking letter to? Or some bullshit about? Because my whole thing is I'm just going to write a review, right? I'm like, after the fact, I'm going to put out a review that at least the motherfuckers behind me can read and be like, okay, I know what it is. [01:41:29] Speaker A: So you a yelp nigger? [01:41:30] Speaker B: Yeah, I feel like for some shit. [01:41:33] Speaker A: Like that, you got to put a review. [01:41:34] Speaker B: Yeah, I have to, because again, my review, when I've looked I looked at the reviews. Four stars. All the fucking first reviews I'm talking about, I saw, oh, yeah, the trainers are this, and it ain't the trainers. Let's be clear. The trainers that I fucked with are all fucking solid, and they taught me good shit, and they made it make sense for me. It's the program. It's the disorganization of the program. Like these motherfuckers were talking about. The reason why I got to wait is because the trucks that they had at the testing yard broke down. So the inspector fucking shut down all the tests for the day, and they got to get new trucks out there. I'm like, you all making too much money to not have fucking working trucks. [01:42:11] Speaker A: And that's what this white guy is saying. He's like, okay, so the $1,500 is because you're keeping me from the workforce? [01:42:16] Speaker B: Yeah. [01:42:20] Speaker A: That equals money. There's no way that doesn't equal money. Yeah. The longer I have to wait on the test, the longer I can get my license. The longer I get my license, the longer before I can get a job. So I need 1500 for the month, long before I get a job, longer before I can make money. And that's what we are all here for. You guys are teaching us so that we can make money. And if you're going to make your money, why the hell am I not making my money? It's like saying, like, you do your whole semester, and then they say, oh, we got to wait because our printer wasn't working. We couldn't print degree. So you're not officially graduating, right? You got to give me some shit back. Now, I think that the problem is that a lot of times when you hear somebody and this is not always because I'm sure there are black people who know how to complain properly is that they're not basing it on anything other than feel. That white dude has probably put all that in his statement, hey, this is how much money I was supposed to be making before I left my job. I made this much money a month. If I had stayed at my job, I would have made this much money in this time period. However, I took your course because you guys told me that after graduation, I'd have the ability to go get a job, but I can't do that. So if I just factor in what I was making before I'm approached that, for the amount of time that your guys are making me wait, that's a dollar amount. That's a real amount. And so I'm coming to you with this information not just feeling anger and disrespect like, oh, I feel disrespected and you all should be doing better shit than this. And you know how black people do, they just go overboard and get angry. He's probably putting more the numbers in it and the why. And my thing is didn't have another testing site you could go to like somewhere in a different area. [01:43:47] Speaker B: Yeah, I'm not sure. [01:43:49] Speaker A: There's hell of trucks out here and. [01:43:50] Speaker B: Then they just make too much money. And it's funny because you're right. That's going to be my exact message tomorrow if I don't get a call back from that motherfucker today. [01:44:00] Speaker A: Right. They should give you a different site and they're going to come back. Well, sir, there's no guarantee that once you finish our course, you'll get it done. I understand, but you guys are preventing me from the potential hole. Right. And this is what I used to make. I feel like it's fair that we split that down the middle. If I was supposed to be making 3000, you all going to give me 1500. Yeah. And then you could even scare them because with that example, you might have a case. [01:44:22] Speaker B: Right, well, that's why I'm tracking. [01:44:24] Speaker A: Good lawyer might say we might work something out because that lawyer might figure out how many other people small claims for 5000 or less. Right? [01:44:31] Speaker B: Yeah. [01:44:31] Speaker A: Shit. [01:44:31] Speaker B: And that's why I'm keeping my phone records, my emails and all of that shit that I'm fucking reaching out to these motherfuckers because yeah. [01:44:41] Speaker A: How much did that set you back? [01:44:44] Speaker B: Set me back? Nothing. You know what I mean? [01:44:46] Speaker A: Because you didn't have a test date yet, right? [01:44:48] Speaker B: Well, no, because I wasn't working before I started this. [01:44:50] Speaker A: They don't know that. [01:44:51] Speaker B: Right, exactly. I'm just saying what he's saying what? It set me back. [01:44:54] Speaker A: Right. [01:44:55] Speaker B: So my point is that I think you're right and I think that's my rationalization is like I was like, well, fuck, I'm just going to keep driving, fucking lift and do other shit like that while I'm fucking waiting. So you're not really stopping me from doing anything except for you just making it fucking longer before I can go get a real job. [01:45:17] Speaker A: Yeah, stops you. But see, the problem is they sign a contract with you when you sign up for that school, there's a contract. [01:45:23] Speaker B: Right. [01:45:24] Speaker A: And they told you of course, right? [01:45:26] Speaker B: Yeah. [01:45:27] Speaker A: If they told you to end. Of course. Because my thing is they should give you a different testing site. There's multiple programs going on of people learning this shit. It's not like just your school. [01:45:36] Speaker B: No, but you can't just go to someone else's school. We went to someone else's fucking docking. [01:45:44] Speaker A: And try to do that. [01:45:46] Speaker B: If I was able to do that. [01:45:47] Speaker A: For sure, you should be able to go somewhere else and just take the test. [01:45:50] Speaker B: Yeah, but then I'm going to have to pay someone else some more money, right, and then what? [01:45:54] Speaker A: They would have to work with that someone else if you already had paid them and they couldn't give you the testing site. [01:45:58] Speaker B: Yeah. So I appreciate that because that all gives me some ammunition for tomorrow, because tomorrow is going to be a problem. [01:46:08] Speaker A: Use chat cheap. [01:46:12] Speaker B: I'm going to be real white with the motherfuckers tomorrow. I'm going to break it down. I'm going to do that tonight. I'm going to meditate. I'm going to meditate on these numbers, and I'm going to fucking make it happen tomorrow. Because these motherfuckers right after class, and people that were in front of me in classes were coming back, and they were like, yo, it took X Y long to get a test date. This, that and the other. And I'm like, not me. That's not going to be me. And sure enough, they're trying to make it me. And I'm like, what do you do? Right? And I think that's a lot of it, too, right? I think as far as black people, we don't realize the resources that are sometimes available to us or things that we can utilize to say no, we just take shit. [01:46:57] Speaker A: A lot of black people don't know that you negotiate your salary and your benefits when you get a job. No, a lot of people don't know that. A lot of people think, oh, let's say the posting is $20 an hour. They think that that's it. [01:47:09] Speaker B: Yeah. [01:47:10] Speaker A: They don't recognize that. First of all, that's just the base salary. What about bonuses? Right? What about stock purchase? What about 401? All these things matter. But we go in there just looking at the dollar amount per hour, and that's not right either. We're not doing the homework on the other stuff. [01:47:27] Speaker B: Would you say that that's just because knowledge and that's what I was about to say as a whole, we don't know our worth? [01:47:35] Speaker A: Yeah, well, not just that. We don't even know what the market is. We don't have any idea. Most people didn't know that when a person goes in for a job interview, every single aspect of the job's pay, whether that be base salary, bonuses, benefits, stock options, all of that is negotiable. Every single part of it. Every single part. Yeah, even a signing bonus, all that is negotiable. And we're afraid that shit. I just want to just get in, right? They give me a shot. I don't want to mess up my shot not realizing that the other candidates aren't doing that. They're going in there and saying, well, base is a little low, so I'm looking for a little bit more of my bonus. And I know that's completely contingent upon performance. Performance, and it's fine because I plan to perform well. But we do need to beef up this bonus package because I don't think 4% is enough. We need to go closer to ten is where my number is. How can we? And then, especially if you have the resume to say, hey, this is why I believe I should get that. You have all the confidence in the world, negotiate. And a lot of people don't just say they don't accept the job right when they get offer. Like, okay, they got two more interviews I got to do this week, and I will let you guys know something as soon as possible. Them and they tell the job that's trying to hire them that they get an offer letter. Like, thank you for the offer letter. I'm going to get back to you guys in a couple of days. I have a couple more interviews that I'm doing because I want to make sure this is a good fit for me too. They don't realize that people are saying shit like that to a job. They think, oh, shit, they going to hire me. I better get in here real quick right? [01:49:01] Speaker B: Before they change their mind or before they fill the position or no, nigga, no. [01:49:05] Speaker A: I got a couple more things I'm. [01:49:06] Speaker B: Working regardless whether you do or you. [01:49:08] Speaker A: Don'T, I love the interview meeting with me. I appreciate you guys time. I'll get back to you, let you know as soon as possible. I have a couple more interviews. Do you think this is why some people should try to work with recruiters? Because the recruiters could put you on game and be like, yo, their budget plan for this job is really this much. Some recruiters don't do that. I don't think there's a wrong way to get a job. Personally, I don't fuck with contracts, but I know a lot of people in it do. Lot of people base their life on contracts because they don't want to work a full year. They want to do, like, six months and then take some time off, maybe start again. Like six months, take two months off, then start again. I mean, some of the It jobs, you make enough to do stuff like that. I understand why people do want to do it, but I just don't like the instability of contract work. I don't like having two bosses. Like, I don't even want one fucking boss. But if I got to have a boss, I don't want two. I don't have to have a boss in my contract company. And then also at the place that I'm working, it's just too much, man. It's a lot of stuff to get through. So I don't like contract work other than that, though. Yeah, live and learn. Yeah. Everything's got to be written down, and it's got to be hopefully you have times when things happen logged. People hate that. They hate that when you have stuff documented, like, oh, on Thursday the 20 Eigth, they see a case on Thursday the 20 Eigth at 01:00 P.m., we will come back from lunch, and the instructor wasn't there for 30 minutes. Like, this is the type of behavior that this class. If this is what you guys are selling. This was definitely not in the pamphlet. It wasn't in the contract that I signed getting a test. And it's two or three weeks that wasn't in the contract. Right. So you're not holding up your side of the contract. Here's what I need. Based on the amount of money I was making prior to working here, this is how much I figure I would have made in that time period had I just stayed at my job. So I know that I made a choice, leave my job. So I figure that maybe we should concussion some of this though and meet me halfway. And it was supposed to be 3000. I say you guys maybe give me back 1500 on my course or whatever. [01:51:06] Speaker B: Yeah, and it's funny because I do have that. I have fucking dates and times of all of that shit. Because again, the first week we hadn't done any maneuvers, right. So we're doing like pre trip and basically yeah, basically where you just kind of figure out like the prep part of the unit. So yeah, pre trip is you have to get that done right. And it's basically you talk about what parts are on the truck and if they're in good working condition and all of that shit. Right. And you start with the front, the side the trailer, right. And the coupling and all that shit. Right. And then the inside the cab. But that should not take a whole week to do that, right, before you no, because the new classes were already doing maneuvers in week one. [01:51:52] Speaker A: Following the same program. [01:51:53] Speaker B: So each week they start a new class. So by the time we're in week three, there's two other classes behind us that are already started. These motherfuckers are doing shit that we were not doing in week one. [01:52:04] Speaker A: Was that some of the students fault? That's the instructor's fault. Right. Because you saying they tried to say. [01:52:08] Speaker B: It was because the class was too big. Well, again, I didn't fucking decide the size of this class if you can't accommodate a fucking twelve people class. [01:52:17] Speaker A: Did you guys graduate on time? [01:52:19] Speaker B: No, they gave us a fucking additional week. [01:52:22] Speaker A: Yeah, there's something going wrong in that class. So yeah, I would just document everything and send the message and see what they say. It's going to still be a negotiation. [01:52:29] Speaker B: But yeah, I'm trying to get real white on the ass tomorrow. [01:52:34] Speaker A: Just get real knowledgeable, real respectful. [01:52:37] Speaker B: Yeah, same thing. [01:52:38] Speaker A: I'd be respectful. [01:52:39] Speaker B: Yeah, for sure. [01:52:40] Speaker A: I wouldn't be disrespectful. [01:52:41] Speaker B: No, see again, I think that's the same thing. [01:52:43] Speaker A: Yeah. What? White and respectful? [01:52:46] Speaker B: Yeah, for the most part. Because again, I think that you said typically niggas want to get emotional. [01:52:55] Speaker A: Yeah. [01:52:56] Speaker B: And then the respect kind of falls out to the wayside. [01:52:59] Speaker A: Not just that they don't give a shit. Right. So you're talking about somebody who doesn't give a shit about your personal feelings and you're trying to show them how angry you are. I'm not just regular angry, I'm angry angry. And I didn't care that you were just a little bit angry. Do you have any documentation? Why should we give you this? Because your feelings are hurt. Nobody gives a shit about that. [01:53:18] Speaker B: Right. [01:53:18] Speaker A: And that's what a lot of people fail to realize. But I think if you get in there with your documents and stuff and just a reasonable request and why the number is a number, how can they argue with it? [01:53:30] Speaker B: Yeah. [01:53:31] Speaker A: They can say no, but how could they argue with your stance? Yeah. [01:53:35] Speaker B: And then again, I'm just going to keep creating a paper trail of complaints and correspondence. [01:53:42] Speaker A: We're about to get out of here now, but we didn't hit those topics like we're supposed to. But I did want to mention something I saw, though, on our way out. I know you guys saw on the topic list, I put the CERN thing in there. C-E-R-N. Are you all familiar with what that is? [01:53:55] Speaker B: Not at all. [01:53:56] Speaker A: So CERN is a I got to think of the nerdy way, a less nerdy way of saying it's a velocity. It's hard to explain. Basically, though, let me tell you what they did first. We can go backwards. Recently, CERN has figured out a way to recreate the Big Bang. Okay. Keep talking. Okay. [01:54:23] Speaker B: Like the show? [01:54:24] Speaker A: No. Yeah. The whole thing. No, the real thing. [01:54:28] Speaker B: Okay. [01:54:28] Speaker A: So the way they did this was they have a particle accelerator. CERN has the ability to shoot particles at light speed and above. [01:54:38] Speaker B: Right. [01:54:39] Speaker A: This is a 700 ton facility that's buried underneath Finland and Spain or something. I don't know what the two countries are, but it's underneath two countries. When you say underneath the ocean or under the ground yeah. And it's huge. It's a big ring. And they basically just send particles around this thing. So there was talk about them opening up a portal to another dimension in 2020, I think it was, and for 14 hours, they don't know what was wrong. The power grid around the world was having problems, and during that 14 hours period, they don't exactly know what happens. It's possible that they've put us either on another parallel universe or they opened a portal to another universe or something like that. However, what I wanted to talk about was the fact that they were able to recreate the Big Bang. And I'm not talking about in theory. I'm talking about actually recreate the Big Bang. And the reason was they wanted to test the things that happened 100th of a second after the Big Bang, when there was all the cosmic soup and heat and everything, things were forming. Right. But the problem I'm seeing with that is, you know, we're always talking about simulation this and simulation that. [01:55:49] Speaker B: Right. [01:55:50] Speaker A: So they just started the simulation for another simulation for another. They're calling it a mini Big bang. Of course, because it's in this CERN device. Right? Right. So it's inside the CERN device where they created the Big Bang. So it's a mini Big bang. In other words, our world is much bigger than the Big Bang that they created. Right, but still for those things. But it's a big bang. It's not theory. This is practice. This has actually been done. And so what I'm saying is when they do that once, they do it a couple of times and figure out the way that it's supposed to work, who's to say that they didn't just start another simulation? So that lets me know the beginning is really the end. Because if that works, it should lead back to the original, going to just keeps it exists nowhere but inside the CERN. Okay? So I'm saying it exists in our world, in the CERN machine. So what did that mean? [01:56:51] Speaker B: This is a Rick and Morty. [01:56:52] Speaker A: But wouldn't that mean technically that Big Bang also happened when we did our Big Bang? It's just the timing of it seems no, what I'm saying is that I don't see a difference in what we're doing at CERN to create a Big Bang versus whatever did in our world. Yeah, and maybe it wasn't called CERN or maybe it wasn't in Finland, but the idea that we not just in theory created this, but have actually done it to me means that even not possible, probable if we're recreating the Big Bang. Because the problem with Big Bang is that what was here before Big Bang. That's the problem everybody has right before the no, no, listen. Hold on. Stop. I'm talking about our big bang. What was here before our big bang? Nothing. That's what they say. But what does that mean? How did something just come about? So this explains that in CERN, we have had years and years and years of our development, and now here we are, year 2023. We've created the big bang again. So that means that what happened before the Big Bang in CERN, it was seemingly nothing. [01:58:04] Speaker B: Right? [01:58:05] Speaker A: But we all know because we're the macro level, we know all the shit that's happened before Big Bang in this existence. Okay? But to the people who 4.6 billion years later or however many years, I don't even know how many years ago Big Bang was supposed to be, the Earth is 4.6 billion years ago. So let's just start there. At least 4.6 billion years from now, there's going to be a civilization inside that Big Bang after that Big Bang that happened that's going to trace back their beginnings to that Big Bang, even though we called we manufactured that Big Bang. It's indiscernible to them, though. They don't even know what Big Bang is. [01:58:40] Speaker B: They're going to be doing some studies. [01:58:41] Speaker A: To figure out, oh, the particles hit each other at an extreme velocity, and that was what caused the Big Bang. And then that goes in their books, their science books. Little do they know, we caused that to happen. And we are their creators. [01:58:56] Speaker B: Like sea monkeys. [01:58:58] Speaker A: Yeah, like sea monkeys. [01:59:00] Speaker B: Do you know about sea monkeys, rendro? [01:59:02] Speaker A: Yeah. [01:59:04] Speaker B: I don't think you know about sea. [01:59:05] Speaker A: Monkeys, the way you said that. [01:59:07] Speaker B: What are sea monkeys? [01:59:08] Speaker A: What I'm trying to say is I feel like to me, a simulation is something that keeps happening over and over again. Right. Why? Maybe that's how I guess I always looked at simulations. [01:59:19] Speaker B: Why does it have to keep happening? [01:59:20] Speaker A: I always thought it was like a cycle. Why is this the thing itself? Where's the cycle but that thing is there's a cycle of that thing. Says who? What do you mean? Experience of this. Where is Julius Caesar? He died. Why is he not back? No, but I'm not talking about individual. I'm talking about the seasons, the things. [01:59:40] Speaker B: That'S consistently have you ever used a simulator? [01:59:43] Speaker A: No. [01:59:44] Speaker B: Yes, you have. You've used some sort of simulator. [01:59:48] Speaker A: I was just going to think of. [01:59:49] Speaker B: Like an iPhone simulator or a Windows. [01:59:52] Speaker A: Simulator, but that's where I was coming from. With the cycle of, like, the season. [01:59:54] Speaker B: A simulation doesn't have to repeat itself, okay. It just is. [01:59:58] Speaker A: I don't know what the repeat came from. Yeah. I'm assuming because I look at the environment as a cycle, like with the seasons, certain things, what does that do with simulation? So I was just thinking, to me, that's what helps me feel like it's a simulation, because certain things always come back. So I just always felt like, I don't know, I feel like a boomerang. Yeah. For me, you're going to keep doing the same cycle. I don't know what that but I'm not sure how you're putting that. [02:00:21] Speaker B: You could have a simulation where it's just winter all the time again. It doesn't have to be all summer. You know what I mean? It doesn't have to be just because you have different seasons and they kind of rotate that. [02:00:35] Speaker A: I guess I was assuming within a simulation, even if it's winter all the time, there's going to be a certain thing that's going to make it where you could cycle. Oh, these things going to keep happening. I don't see how this is relevant to the big bang and there being a new simulation, though. So what I was trying to say with all that is it would make sense that now within that same simulation, a smaller versions of it has been created, which is discern. So just like when I get high on mushrooms and I look at like, oh, shit. When I look at the ants and I'm like, oh, they're kind of doing our thing, too. Like they're working. There's a group that's a smaller class that's always they're manifesting there's a group that's like a smaller class that's always working. And then there's like the elite, which is the queen that everybody does things for. So I was like, when you break it down to what it is, they're doing the same shit as far as what people are doing. And if you just look at any environment, there's something that's like the sales. There's the nucleus, but there's the Lysosomes and the ribosome that does the dirty shit for the cells. So it's like when you look at any concept, there's always like a certain thing that just what? [02:01:41] Speaker B: No, go ahead, bro. [02:01:42] Speaker A: So that's what I'm saying. Anything you look at there's like something that represents, quote, unquote, the brain cells is the nucleus. US, the human body, it's our brain. But everything there's something that's like the top. There's some shit, that car, there's an engine. I think that you're going way too deep into this. What I'm saying is what I'm saying is that we have created the potential, the potential for life on some planet within this new thing that no, not this planet. The one we created. Well, we created the Big Bang. Again, what comes from that? I don't know. If it's going to look like this exact it won't be the exact same thing. So you know what I'm saying? I see what you're saying. The Big Bang was not just us. It was everything. It was existence, period. So inside of the bubble of whatever they've created in CERN, right, an entirely new world, a new universe. And everything is created in that little, small area. Small to us, but to them, it's infinite. [02:02:41] Speaker B: Infinite. Locker in Men in Black? Yes. What? [02:02:46] Speaker A: Nothing, man. [02:02:46] Speaker B: Just because it just fucking makes sense. [02:02:49] Speaker A: You said a lot of movies today. [02:02:50] Speaker B: Take a shot. Look, just because it makes sense, right? Was it K? That was their god? Sure, because they gave him the watch. See, Toy Story. [02:03:06] Speaker A: You get it. [02:03:07] Speaker B: You know what's going on. The movies fucking give you little examples of the reality that we're living in. [02:03:12] Speaker A: But the idea I was saying is that to me, that just puts more cement to the whole simulation idea. If we're able to recreate something that is as massive as the Big Bang, to us, in a smaller scale, small means nothing to their universe. I want to know who's the niggas that made us, man. They need to show themselves. How? [02:03:31] Speaker B: Why? [02:03:32] Speaker A: How can we show ourselves to this new, right? [02:03:34] Speaker B: What, are you going to climb into the little CERN machine? [02:03:37] Speaker A: How could you do it? [02:03:40] Speaker B: How would you stick your eyeball up to it or something? [02:03:42] Speaker A: Yeah, like what method would you have to speak to those people? That's true. Now, maybe the CERN scientist can input something, but then that would be maybe like God, who knows? But how could you? [02:03:54] Speaker B: Or of course it's going to be God. This is the creator. [02:03:57] Speaker A: Yeah, but again, was it intelligent? Yes, because they figured out a way to make the particles move fast enough to bang into each other to create this. But they have no control after that. There's. No. You're going to hell if you step on your crack. Step on your mom's back or whatever. All those rules, that's all bullshit. [02:04:16] Speaker B: I get that. [02:04:16] Speaker A: Yeah I get that you can't manipulate it to that level but we created it. Now we're hands off because we can't manipulate it further. And maybe they will find a way to manipulate it further like The Sims or whatever. But that even more enforces the idea of a simulation not less. Yeah. So anyway, look up CERN and CERN, all capital letters. Look that up and look up Mini Big Bang and you'll find information on it listeners. But anyway, is there anything else you guys want to talk about? [02:04:45] Speaker B: No. [02:04:46] Speaker A: Look we appreciate you guys tuning in once again to the no Nonsense Show. 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