Episode 786

September 26, 2023


Massa Musa

Massa Musa
The No Nonsense Show - A Funny Experiment In Black Experience
Massa Musa

Sep 26 2023 | 01:59:55


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The No Nonsense Show Episode #786

When did people start referring to podcasters as the new F$&k boys? Reportedly, women are not dating men now solely because they do podcasts. And hosting a podcast also means that you are an a-hole. I need to see some data on this.

What if you found out that one of the heroes of the "black people come from kings" narrative, was actually white? Now I am not saying that this is indeed the case, but imagine all of the love you would have been giving to a slave owner/seller. Actually, Musa was certainly a slave owner (maybe the biggest of all time). But what if he was white and was also a slave owner...

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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. [00:00:11] Speaker B: Fuck you. [00:00:13] Speaker C: I'm not a coon, but sometimes you. [00:00:17] Speaker B: Gotta start like that. [00:00:17] Speaker C: No, but I'm just saying because sometimes I feel like black people make me I'm doing that I'm doing that abuser thing like you make me do this to. [00:00:42] Speaker A: You'Re. [00:00:43] Speaker C: Listening to The No Nonsense Show 10%. [00:00:46] Speaker A: Less bullshit than any other podcast, guaranteed, right? [00:00:49] Speaker C: Like, again, going back to that video that you send out, right? Other motherfuckers in the. [00:00:58] Speaker B: So explain the. [00:00:59] Speaker C: Listeners what you're a there's a club full of black people in Houston. In Houston? [00:01:06] Speaker A: Montoyas d reese. That was a Houston club shoot from the hip show. [00:01:09] Speaker B: I thought it was like a Baltimore club. [00:01:11] Speaker C: No, I think that was Houston. [00:01:12] Speaker A: And it may have was I thought it was a fight between not a fight, but it was two regions. Okay, whatever. [00:01:18] Speaker C: And the fucking DJ sounds like a black dude. [00:01:22] Speaker A: It was. [00:01:23] Speaker C: And he's promoting these motherfuckers to pour out their liquor just on the floor, like full bottles. So, you know, fuss be clear. [00:01:31] Speaker A: I don't think you explained that well. [00:01:32] Speaker C: Okay, help me out. Because you see in the video so. [00:01:38] Speaker A: The idea that we're trying to make you understand is that there's a need for black people to look rich. We all have it in us, even if we even if we don't answer to it. We all have this innate thing in us that we have to prove that we're better than we are. Because I guess we've been held down for so long that it's the same reason why remember that old ass video they showed in the hood or the neighborhoods or wherever, how to Sell to the Negro? [00:02:01] Speaker C: Yes. [00:02:01] Speaker A: You remember that? Yes. The idea was negroes can't afford to actually be good, so they got to just buy one or two things to look good. You buy the Gucci belt even though you got some wrangler jeans on, right? Or, you know what I'm saying, a $500 backpack and your clothes didn't even cost 500 combined. You know what I'm saying? Shit like that. You'll go buy a car you can't afford and floss it or whatever. The idea is to look rich. It's not necessarily if you are rich, but to look rich. So now they're saying, well, you can't just look rich. You got to prove you're rich. What's the new way to prove you're rich? I know. Get the most expensive bottle of service and then pour that shit on the floor. And that proves that you're rich as fuck. [00:02:39] Speaker B: It was between New York and Baltimore. So it wasn't Houston. [00:02:42] Speaker A: Are you sure? It wasn't in Houston, though. [00:02:44] Speaker B: Oh, you're right. It was in Houston. But the two sections throwing the bottle. [00:02:48] Speaker A: I'm blaming the club here. That's why I have to say Houston, because the niggas are niggas, our niggas are niggas. [00:02:53] Speaker C: Right. [00:02:54] Speaker A: The club is in Houston and they have a night dedicated to niggas to show how rich they are by pouring out expensive alcohol on the floor. I don't know the name brands of those alcohols, but I'll tell you what no, I'll tell you what. If you don't go to clubs a lot, you don't know this listeners, but bottle service in a club already marked out 400% increase in price minimum. [00:03:18] Speaker B: And you got to get two. You can't just get one bottle. [00:03:21] Speaker A: Well, I don't know how much they're pouring out, but the point I'm trying to make though, is that the bottle in the bar in the club is a 400% markup from what it is on the shelf at the liquor store. [00:03:30] Speaker C: So they were pouring out from what I saw. [00:03:34] Speaker A: Yeah. [00:03:34] Speaker C: The two bottles that I knew, I recognized, you recognize those was the class Azul. [00:03:39] Speaker B: Okay. [00:03:39] Speaker C: That white bottle. Yeah. [00:03:41] Speaker A: That looked expensive. [00:03:42] Speaker C: So again, it's expensive in the regular store. [00:03:44] Speaker A: 150 at a regular store. [00:03:47] Speaker C: Right? [00:03:48] Speaker B: Yeah. [00:03:48] Speaker C: And then that don Julio, 1942. [00:03:52] Speaker A: That's still not cheap in the club, man. [00:03:53] Speaker C: It's in the bottom of the club. [00:03:54] Speaker A: Is probably 300 and 5400. [00:03:55] Speaker C: No, the regular fucking bottle, like the tall one, like a fifth or whatever, is 350. [00:04:04] Speaker A: Oh, shit. Yes. That one's more money than the other one. Yeah. So the big tall white one, that's. [00:04:11] Speaker C: The class as Zool. [00:04:13] Speaker A: That should look expensive. It is. [00:04:14] Speaker C: Yeah, it is. [00:04:15] Speaker A: And that's the point of it. It looks expensive. It is expensive. And you don't even care about money so much that you're willing to pour it on the floor. [00:04:22] Speaker B: That's my problem. My problem is I don't mind you buying the bottles, but throwing it on the floor, drink. [00:04:27] Speaker A: I don't mind you talking drink, talking to the mic. [00:04:30] Speaker B: Just drink the shit, bro. Get drunk. [00:04:32] Speaker A: No, I don't even buy that shit, man. [00:04:34] Speaker C: Right? I mean, this get you a regular drink, man. Okay, so I happen to go to a school right now with a dude like this that I feel like if he had the means, he would be this dude, right? Anytime somebody brings up something like a guy that's coming back for a refresher course, he's already driving and shit. And he got this new Camaro SS, right? And it's not an SS, it's something higher model of Camaro. [00:05:01] Speaker A: Right. [00:05:02] Speaker C: And it was tight, right? He pulled up and he like, man ain't shit, man ain't shit. I got a barracuda. And mind you, this dude is probably older than me, right? And so he doesn't have any reason to be trying to act like this for no whatever. And then he's telling people about how many I'll be walking away because I don't even get it. For who? For what? I don't know why you're trying to impress me. Because first off. I'm not right? And I don't know. [00:05:23] Speaker A: You don't even realize how many free shirts this man got, right? [00:05:30] Speaker C: And the ones that aren't free be at fucking Walmart. Like the fucking in the box in those little cubicles and shit. Let's be clear. I'm not spending a lot on fucking none of that shit, giddy. [00:05:44] Speaker A: You picked the wrong one. [00:05:46] Speaker C: Not today, dude. You talk about he got $2 million and all this shit, right? [00:05:51] Speaker A: Come on, man. [00:05:51] Speaker C: And I'm like, Bro, your vest got stains on it and holes in it. Again, I don't know if you're doing, like that show that they used to have where Undercover Boss? If that's your whole gig, like, you're the fucking really the company owner and you're out here. You can't keep it secret, right? But I'm just like, you would be one of these dudes that would be like, I'm going to pour this shit out just because. And to be honest, when I saw that video, I was like, see, this is that shit that makes me be like, niggas ain't shit. Who's doing this right? Because again, the DJ is like, do it pour mean? He's amping them up, and they're like and I felt like some of them niggas was like, I don't want to necessarily dump this shit out, but this. [00:06:38] Speaker B: Niggas I see that them niggas were proud to throw. [00:06:41] Speaker A: They were so happy and cheering, and they were friends with cheering them on and shit, and the whole club stopped. So, listeners, this is what I need you to understand. In Houston, the club has a night where this happens. So this is not just a one off. This is a night from, according to. [00:06:55] Speaker B: This, called Bottle Wars. [00:06:56] Speaker A: Bottle wars. The entire club stops. Music is not loud. If it's playing, it's not loud. [00:07:01] Speaker C: I don't even think it's playing. [00:07:03] Speaker A: There's a DJ on the microphone. There are two people that are separated by a little bit of club area, and then they're just pouring drinks out on the ground. It reminds me of strip clubs back in the day. I don't know if they still do it anymore. No, I'm about to say strip clubs back in the day, what they used to do was the DJ would basically go around the room and call out anybody who wasn't tipping. [00:07:24] Speaker B: They started with, if you ain't got. [00:07:25] Speaker A: No money, take your broke ass home. Then it became a song. Remember that? That was a song. Then it was a line in a song. So what the DJ would do, like, Yo, bro, over there by the thing with the red light skin, dude. Yo, man, you ain'tipping tonight. What? You ain't got no money, nigga, you broke, nigga. If you ain't got no money, nigga, take your ass home. You can't just look at pussy for free. Blah, blah. And I'm like, Nigga, I paid to get in. I didn't say he was talking to me, but he was. I paid to get in the club. I had a two drink minimum. Nigga, I pay for this pussy. Stop fucking with me, right? I'm not tipping these raggedy bitches at all. But anyway, that's what they do. They go around the room and they just talk about niggas. Yo, my nigga, what you gonna do, man, if you ain't saying they'll talk to you? And they're like having a fucking conversation with you. While his bitches run around stripping. Niggas is out tipping or whatever. The bartender is going, the waitresses are going, the music is playing. This fucking DJ is doing the music. [00:08:11] Speaker B: Where he cross phase the music out. [00:08:13] Speaker A: Real quick so you can hear his voice. You know how they'll do that? So, like, at certain parts, to hear the crowd sing, he'll do that when he wants to joan your ass and then go back into the music. Yeah. Niggas on the side ain't paying no money. Hey, if you ain't got no money. [00:08:27] Speaker B: Little light skin dude, get your ass out of here. What you gain? [00:08:29] Speaker A: No free pussy. And they just keep doing that shit until you either get offended and leave. [00:08:34] Speaker B: Or you pay up or you just. [00:08:36] Speaker A: Look like yeah, or you look like an asshole the rest of the night and it's whatever. But being that asshole, I felt a little offended by that. I felt like I paid to get in. I bought drinks. Like, what else you want from me? [00:08:46] Speaker B: Yeah, don't call me out because I may not find a girl that I like yet. [00:08:50] Speaker A: So to me, this is a graduation of that. [00:08:52] Speaker B: That's way more than a graduation. [00:08:55] Speaker A: Well, no, because some of these dudes just like, you convince a dude, he get up and make it rain on a bitch. You know what I'm saying? So it's the same principle. The idea is I want you to guys to spend as much money on nothing as possible. The problem, though, is at least I got a pussy rubbed on my knee or something for my tip on my table dance. [00:09:15] Speaker B: Yeah, lap dance. [00:09:16] Speaker A: Now, what am I getting from pouring my drink on the yeah, I don't even get drunk. [00:09:19] Speaker B: That's my problem. I bought bottle service at the club before. Have you? Yeah. But when you go with a bunch of people, it doesn't feel expensive because you are put in. [00:09:27] Speaker A: I need to go to club with you then, right? [00:09:29] Speaker B: When you go with four or five deep, it's like $30 apiece. [00:09:33] Speaker A: Invite me next time so I can. [00:09:34] Speaker B: Get bottle service, too. But I drunk that shit. That's what I'm saying. I drink that shit. [00:09:38] Speaker A: And listeners, if you haven't seen it, they are opening a brand new bottle, drinking nothing from it and just pouring it in its entirety. [00:09:46] Speaker B: And if you're the club granted you made all this money because they bought your bottles and threw it away, but the cleanup, I'm going to be mad. [00:09:54] Speaker C: No again, because you have to understand, right? Because of the fact that you poured it out. You ain't drunk, right? [00:10:02] Speaker A: You got to drink another. [00:10:03] Speaker C: You're going to have to get some more to drink. [00:10:08] Speaker A: Imagine going to the gas station like, fuck this money. Nigga just pouring gas out on the ground and your car is still empty, right? You still got to fill your car. [00:10:15] Speaker B: Up to get on nigga. You know what I'm saying? [00:10:17] Speaker A: No, I'm not going to stop you. I'm going to let that motherfucker run. [00:10:19] Speaker C: So here we go. This is from thefoodrepublic.com a TikTok video from a Houston, Texas nightclub has sparked debate about the concept. It prompts others know, whatever to post the videos, right? But it says however, the trend isn't confined to Houston. DJ Rocky Montana told insider that he first encountered bottle wars nine years ago in Atlanta, Georgia. [00:10:44] Speaker B: It would start here, though, while touring. [00:10:45] Speaker C: With singer T Pain. [00:10:47] Speaker B: Oh, yeah. [00:10:48] Speaker C: Now at disc Jockey in Kansas City, montana hosts bottle wars at a nightclub on Sunday evenings. Their patrons are incentivized to empty their bottle service onto the floor. Clubbers have reportedly wasted as much as $10,000 pouring out $900 bottles. I told you of that. Don Julio, 1942. Tequila. Are you fucking kidding me? I wish I would just light it on fire. My nigga like, what are you doing? For what? So again, that means yeah, that's not. [00:11:21] Speaker B: Even flexing no more because I feel like girls would not like that. Imagine you bring a girl to the club, you buy a bottle and she see you take that bottle no. [00:11:29] Speaker A: And pour it down. [00:11:30] Speaker B: I don't think her pussy will be excited about that. [00:11:32] Speaker C: She knows that you have to be rich enough to buy her another drink, right, or something. Buy her son, that can't be your last 10,000. Niggas ain't spending their last 10,000 at the club doing it. Nah. Yeah, I wish you would. [00:11:46] Speaker B: They might be, though. Niggas always spend their last 10,000 at the club. [00:11:49] Speaker C: Do they? [00:11:50] Speaker B: Yeah, it's always I don't know if they club or some gambling shit or some it's never a good purchase. [00:11:56] Speaker A: I don't know if they always spend their last ten. [00:12:01] Speaker C: So wait a minute. This thing said that despite the apparent waste, the cultural ritual of pouring one out. [00:12:08] Speaker D: Montoyas yo speaking. [00:12:12] Speaker A: What's going on, man? You live on the nonsense show right now, ma'am, the boy in the shower. You in the shower and he picked up. [00:12:22] Speaker D: I'm making my son okay, but this is pleasure to be on the show. [00:12:28] Speaker C: Glad this wasn't the FaceTime, right? [00:12:31] Speaker A: It does have video, but I don't have the video turned on. [00:12:33] Speaker B: Hey, look, so Montoya, is we talking. [00:12:35] Speaker A: About that crazy video we saw with the club in Houston where they're just pouring drink out on the floor and having a war. You seen? [00:12:42] Speaker D: Oh, yeah, yeah, I saw that. That was some crazy stuff. [00:12:46] Speaker A: We were expecting you to explain it. [00:12:48] Speaker C: To us because that's a town? [00:12:52] Speaker D: No, that was out of town. Niggas doing that now. [00:12:57] Speaker A: But what club was it in? [00:12:58] Speaker D: That was New York. I don't remember the club, but it was New York versus Baltimore. [00:13:06] Speaker A: But look, for what we understand Montoya is that club has a bottle wars night. Is that not true? [00:13:14] Speaker D: Oh, man, you talk to the wrong one. As far as the club scene goes, man, I've been out of that game for a long time. I'm 45 today. [00:13:24] Speaker A: That's right, man. [00:13:25] Speaker B: We weren't going to get off the. [00:13:26] Speaker A: Phone without saying happy birthday. But you enjoy your day, man. [00:13:30] Speaker D: I appreciate it. It's been good. I was just left alone to my own devices and that's all I needed. [00:13:37] Speaker C: Yeah, I heard that. What kind of cigar are you smoking today. [00:13:44] Speaker D: Man? I got this big old flathead pause seat. Old? [00:13:53] Speaker A: Okay, pause. [00:13:54] Speaker D: I get it. [00:13:59] Speaker C: Finished, man. It was getting interesting. Keep describing this motherfucker cigar. Go ahead, bro. [00:14:07] Speaker D: Hey, man, that's funny, man. I'm going to kill me some time with that. [00:14:16] Speaker C: You calm that shit down, don't. Let be honest. Temper your cigar. Excitement. You like your cigar? [00:14:23] Speaker A: He was excited at first. [00:14:27] Speaker D: You got to watch B, man. He tried to walk in. You don't see it coming. You got to watch it, man. I'll be seeing it coming, man. I got stop. [00:14:36] Speaker C: He did it like it was just a good cigar. That's what's up, though. [00:14:43] Speaker D: Hey, man, I appreciate y'all for your birthday, man. [00:14:45] Speaker A: Next time you come to Atlanta, we're going to celebrate your birthday. Then we're going to have a bottle of war in the club. [00:14:49] Speaker C: No, we're not. [00:14:51] Speaker B: No, I'm drinking and whoever loses yeah. [00:14:53] Speaker D: We don't do that. [00:14:54] Speaker A: Whoever loses the bottle of War got to tip the strippers. [00:14:59] Speaker C: We knew you. [00:15:19] Speaker A: We were trying to figure out that Houston people ride with this or was this just like a stupid thing to y'all, too? [00:15:24] Speaker D: No, on. We were sitting back looking at that like, man, what the hell these niggas doing, man? Because there was a time where people didn't come to Houston like that here in the last five, six, maybe ten years. It's crazy, man. He's out of town. They fucking shit up, man. [00:15:40] Speaker A: So if you had to move, where would you go? [00:15:46] Speaker D: To Colorado. [00:15:49] Speaker A: You trying to get high? [00:15:51] Speaker D: I go Coach Prime right now. [00:15:54] Speaker A: Oh, man. What do you think about J Mac? Walked off for a second. What do you think about who was the guy named Mark Jones? The commentator starting off the game of the night, talking about the silent looked like a Bet Awards. [00:16:09] Speaker D: Yeah. Well. [00:16:12] Speaker B: You think that was a bad I think he was just trying to be funny. [00:16:15] Speaker A: That's a bad joke. [00:16:17] Speaker B: It was a bad joke, but I don't call him a coon. [00:16:20] Speaker A: No, not a coon. But he definitely was not doing that for us. [00:16:23] Speaker B: He was doing it for the white crowd. [00:16:25] Speaker A: Yeah, that wasn't a joke for us, bro. [00:16:28] Speaker B: But I feel like I understand in that position. He probably has to make that joke for the white crowd because there is a lot of white people watching this game. [00:16:35] Speaker A: Who Mark Jones? Isn't they Mark Jones, the black dude, kind of like light skinned, dark, kind of older. Yeah. [00:16:41] Speaker C: What do you say? [00:16:42] Speaker A: The commentator, he started the Colorado game the other night and he said the Colorado buffalo sideline looks like the Bet awards. I was like, damn. [00:16:51] Speaker C: Yeah, but he was not wrong between. [00:16:57] Speaker A: Except for the Rock, everybody else was. [00:16:59] Speaker B: Offset Masterpiece, lila Wayne brought them out. [00:17:03] Speaker C: And did a little mini concert. [00:17:05] Speaker A: Who the fuck is 40 Glock or whatever? Nobody even know him. [00:17:09] Speaker C: Nobody. [00:17:09] Speaker A: They said his name. [00:17:10] Speaker C: Nobody. I mean, they're like, hey, he famous though, right? [00:17:14] Speaker B: Is he? [00:17:14] Speaker A: I don't know. [00:17:16] Speaker D: We all know who that is. [00:17:18] Speaker B: Exactly. [00:17:18] Speaker A: He was like, oh, this nigga blacker than me because I don't even know who Key Glock is. [00:17:21] Speaker C: I did not know who he was until they put his name underneath. [00:17:24] Speaker A: He came up with young Dolphin, young Dolph. [00:17:27] Speaker B: Okay. Yeah. [00:17:28] Speaker A: Why would you move to Colorado, Montoya? The weed. [00:17:33] Speaker D: It ain't black yet. [00:17:37] Speaker B: It's about to be. [00:17:38] Speaker A: Dion's about to make that shit black until he leaves and go somewhere else. [00:17:44] Speaker D: I want to get there early. I want to get there early and establish myself. [00:17:49] Speaker C: Listen, Montoya's, he got a free pass on the train. He don't even need to. His ticket is always stabbed. He get you like one of the martyr passes, like a lifetime. He just pull it out. It's like a black martyr card. It's just a black coon train card. He just like, get on it. Let's ride, bro. [00:18:06] Speaker D: Because again, we subscribe to the coon train, man. All day. All day we're there. Right there with you. [00:18:13] Speaker C: I'm telling you, man, because right there with you. This type of shit just makes us look bad as a culture, right? [00:18:23] Speaker D: I don't want to go all that way there because I don't want to be the same because of other niggas. And that's them. That ain't me. But I do agree that sometimes they. [00:18:31] Speaker C: Just be doing some dumb shit, man. Just like the non racist white person looks at fucking Dylan Roof like, damn, that's fucked up. This is not us. I don't want to be associated with that type of person. Right. It's the same shit, man. [00:18:44] Speaker B: I hate seeing videos like that when we also the same demographic that's the poorest that has the lease of assets. They say that in 2050, the black American household value is going to be worth one dollars. [00:18:58] Speaker C: Why you got everything you say is 2050. [00:19:01] Speaker B: All that math is up to 2050 as of right now. Definitely stuff count and I'm like a dollar. What do you mean a dollar? [00:19:08] Speaker A: I got a topic today, Montoya, you're going to like. It's about some of our black history. Our black history may not be it may have been whitewashed. I mean blackwashed. Some of the white history may have been blackwashed, so you have to wait and hear it. I'm not going to get yeah, I believe that. Okay. [00:19:23] Speaker C: What about that other video, right, with. [00:19:25] Speaker A: Sexy Red when she was saying that? [00:19:28] Speaker B: Which one? [00:19:29] Speaker A: Because she got a lot montoya, you're not a Sexy Red fan, are you? [00:19:34] Speaker D: Not at all. [00:19:34] Speaker A: Okay, go ahead. [00:19:37] Speaker C: Yeah, so she said that the most romantic thing that someone has ever done. [00:19:42] Speaker B: I think she was capping. [00:19:47] Speaker C: Yeah. [00:19:47] Speaker B: Yeah, I think that's cap, bruh. [00:19:49] Speaker D: That was sweet. [00:19:51] Speaker C: Cap or not. [00:19:52] Speaker A: That was so sweet. [00:19:52] Speaker C: She's out here saying it in public. [00:19:54] Speaker A: Y'all got mad at me. Well, it might have been King Kunta. Somebody got mad at me when I was saying Cardi B should not represent us as a people. Y'all got mad because I said that's trashy. Sexy red is begging. I'm begging to have cardi b. Back. [00:20:08] Speaker B: Yeah. [00:20:09] Speaker C: Wait a minute. We can't just be adopting Puerto Ricans into the culture. [00:20:16] Speaker A: That's Afro Latino. [00:20:18] Speaker B: Why you look at me like, yeah. [00:20:20] Speaker C: Some Puerto Ricans are black in color. [00:20:22] Speaker A: Montoyas don't look all the way black. Montoya, you got a little mix in you or something on it? [00:20:27] Speaker D: I got something going on in there. Yeah, that's true. [00:20:33] Speaker A: Reggie, you're the only official like, you're. [00:20:36] Speaker C: The only one that's, like, dead ass remorseless is Puerto Rican, ain't he is. Yeah, I think mean, he looks like. [00:20:46] Speaker A: Mexican. That's right. And Mac hates black people, so he qualifies French. You don't only 100% full. [00:20:52] Speaker C: I don't hate all black people. [00:20:54] Speaker A: Just dark skinned ones? [00:20:55] Speaker C: No, not no, just the dark skinned ones and the light skinned ones that pour out fucking $900 bottles in the club. [00:21:01] Speaker A: Word. [00:21:01] Speaker C: Those are the ones that I got problems with or the ones that make fucking I never be around that. [00:21:07] Speaker D: No way. Why do they bother you, man? [00:21:09] Speaker C: Because, man, because you know what? It's a poisoning of the youth mind. Right. So you got young people that look up to this shit, right. And they think that's a good flex. [00:21:18] Speaker D: And think that the ones that succumb to that. Fuck them. Get them out of here. If they succumb to that, they're the worst of us. Get them out of here. [00:21:27] Speaker C: How do we get them out of here? They're not going anywhere. [00:21:30] Speaker B: That's how I look at it, too. [00:21:31] Speaker C: No, they're not going. [00:21:32] Speaker A: What do you mean, get out of here? [00:21:34] Speaker B: Can we assassinate just like beyond said that we have Cardi B, and now we have Sexy? [00:21:41] Speaker D: They're going to get gone, man. That's part of it. [00:21:43] Speaker C: That's how it works when you listen to gangster rap, they're going to end up selling drugs to your kids, and then that's how they're going to get all their extra money so that they can go to fucking to the club and ball out. [00:21:56] Speaker A: Right. [00:21:57] Speaker D: I raise independent thinkers, and they don't fall for that. [00:22:01] Speaker A: Yeah, cocaine is a hell of a drug. I've said before, you have to separate yourself. You have to make sure people know that you're different. But the only problem is when you show that you're different, that's when they call you a sellout and coon train a coon or whatever. [00:22:15] Speaker D: That's right. You're corny. You're a nerd. Yeah, I dealt with that coming up, but I realized I was on that. [00:22:24] Speaker B: Yeah, but they're all the same. Because I remember I was talking about that shit. I was like, Yo, the kids are listening to Sexy Red. But I remember when I was a kid, I was listening to Slob on my Knob. [00:22:33] Speaker A: No, it ain't the same. [00:22:35] Speaker B: It's not the same. [00:22:36] Speaker A: No, that shit was jamming. No, seriously. Three Six Mafia was a group that was respected as a group, and they were known as a rap group. Sexy Red was just a bitch, just talking one day, and somebody said, that's cool. You should make an album. [00:22:54] Speaker C: A fat ass. [00:22:55] Speaker A: You made an album. You should be a rapper. That's not the same. You got a fat ass. [00:22:59] Speaker B: No, Sexy Red do not have a fat nothing. [00:23:01] Speaker C: She says she got a fat ass in the song. [00:23:03] Speaker A: She probably do. [00:23:04] Speaker B: They all say that. [00:23:04] Speaker A: But she got what everybody else got, a pink pussy and a brown booty hole. Everybody got that. That ain't unique. Ugly motherfucker. Anyway, but look, Montoyas, we appreciate you. Montoyas, you got any plans for this weekend or the day was the day. [00:23:19] Speaker D: No, I reseasing my barbecue tip today, so I'm probably going to smoke me something in a couple of days. [00:23:28] Speaker A: Okay. You know, Matt can't eat meat no more. [00:23:30] Speaker C: I can eat meat, just not red meat. [00:23:31] Speaker A: Matt can't eat red meat no more, so now he got to cook for everybody else. [00:23:35] Speaker C: That motherfucking lone Star. [00:23:36] Speaker D: Nigga. [00:23:36] Speaker C: Your state nigga got the worst fucking shit, man. And you sent ticks out here from fucking Texas. And maybe they didn't come from it, but they named after your state, called the Lone Star State. And they give out this Lone Star tick, right? And they give out some shit called Alpha gal syndrome. And it's no joke. I remember we talked about it way. [00:23:56] Speaker D: Back in the day. [00:23:57] Speaker C: Yeah, I got it, bro. [00:24:00] Speaker A: He didn't get diagnosed yet. [00:24:01] Speaker C: I don't got insurance right now, but. [00:24:03] Speaker B: What that means. [00:24:08] Speaker C: No, listen, you don't really have I didn't know I had listen, I tried to block it out of my system, right? I didn't even think about it. I'm smoking ribs and this last brisket, and I didn't know. Again, I think pork is a little bit less affected as far as what it does to me. But the beef, it's for real. It's a real deal thing, man. I woke up 60. [00:24:37] Speaker D: But you can't eat the beef, man. [00:24:39] Speaker C: Not to the alpha gal, bro. The alpha gal make it so you don't eat none of that shit. [00:24:43] Speaker A: Yeah, bro. He claimed he messed up. We'll see if I cook one of my briskets, he'll probably eat that. [00:24:49] Speaker C: No, shut your ass. You don't even make briskets. [00:24:53] Speaker A: I can't even picture him making it look, my toys. We appreciate you, bro. Happy birthday again, man. [00:25:00] Speaker C: Yes, sir. [00:25:01] Speaker D: Hey man, I appreciate you all, man. [00:25:04] Speaker C: Baby up, man. Hey, we'll talk to you all right now late. [00:25:09] Speaker A: Cool brother, man. For listeners who don't know, Montoya's came to Atlanta one time. We had a lunch or dinner with him. Yeah, nice time for sure. Cool dude, man. So where do we leave off on that? [00:25:21] Speaker C: As far as the bottles, it's just that dumb is dumb and you have. [00:25:24] Speaker A: To separate yourself from it. But just be prepared to be called a coon or a sellout. [00:25:29] Speaker C: I'm all for that. That's going to be one of the new Merch Lacoon train with my little conductor hat on. [00:25:35] Speaker A: Coon merch. We got to come up with something cool to say before the word coon. [00:25:38] Speaker B: So you were saying that when you see that shit, it makes you feel embarrassed about black? [00:25:42] Speaker A: Yes. [00:25:43] Speaker C: Because again, if you have the money to do that, first off, whatever percent, you can go over 100 know that you're not doing it. Honestly, honest. Niggas that go to work yeah. [00:25:58] Speaker A: No way. [00:25:58] Speaker C: Don't do stupid shit like that with their fucking paycheck. [00:26:01] Speaker B: I feel like only scammers be doing shit. [00:26:02] Speaker C: Even niggas sell drugs because niggas that. [00:26:05] Speaker B: Sell drugs still work hard. [00:26:08] Speaker C: But the money be coming in so fast, though. It's like, yeah, I could get this back in in a brick, but I. [00:26:15] Speaker A: Mean, I could get that money back quick. That don't change it for me either. [00:26:19] Speaker C: But again, I think when you're a drug dealer, you're right. When you're a drug dealer, it's like so quick at that level. If you're making enough to where you can blow $10,000 in a night just pouring out fucking bottles and not even getting anything from it. [00:26:36] Speaker A: Right. [00:26:36] Speaker C: I mean, just think that's like you. [00:26:37] Speaker B: Talk about the getting drug. [00:26:39] Speaker A: Well, no, but they did if he. [00:26:40] Speaker B: Was drinking it and it's almost done. [00:26:41] Speaker A: And then so you misinterpret values. They really believe that them doing that in front of you makes you look bad and makes them look good. And now you respect them. Yeah. [00:26:54] Speaker B: That's on them. [00:26:55] Speaker A: And not even you really your girl. Yeah. They're thinking that your girl is looking at them like, my broke nigga can't do that. [00:27:01] Speaker B: If my girl is impressed by that, she can go. Yeah, she can go. [00:27:04] Speaker C: She can really go if her pussy get wet. [00:27:07] Speaker B: You impress. You just did me a favor. I did not know you. Yeah. [00:27:12] Speaker A: So is there anything that you do not maybe not that expensive, but is there anything that you do for that type of respect or that type of look? [00:27:21] Speaker B: The only thing that I probably do that give me that type of go to work is the outfit that I'm wearing. [00:27:26] Speaker A: Maybe this. One right here. [00:27:27] Speaker B: No, just man, look. [00:27:29] Speaker C: Did you see how he looked at this? [00:27:33] Speaker A: Yeah, listen, is he wearing some regular sweats? [00:27:36] Speaker B: I'm talking about that's the only time it'll probably look like I'm trying to. [00:27:40] Speaker A: Look like okay, but no, that doesn't work, though, because you get something out of that. You have clothes on. So there's another I could have wear free shirts. Yeah, but I'm talking about just in this particular situation they're getting absolutely zero out of. [00:27:55] Speaker B: They're just poor nothing. [00:27:57] Speaker C: And I don't like this correlation. Right? Because I remember growing up, right? [00:28:01] Speaker A: Yeah, I remember growing up, too. [00:28:03] Speaker C: When you cracked a bottle, it's probably the longest thing you ever done. It is. So when you crack a bottle right, back in the day, the first part of it, you just pour out a little bit for the homies. [00:28:15] Speaker A: Little bit. I'd be mad when niggas pour too. [00:28:17] Speaker C: Much rest for show. [00:28:19] Speaker A: That homie didn't deserve come on. He wasn't even a good dude when he was here. [00:28:22] Speaker C: You didn't know he fucked your bitch, right? [00:28:25] Speaker A: That was you getting our pussy. [00:28:27] Speaker C: So but they tried to make this correlation that said, despite the apparent waste, the cultural ritual of pouring one out has actual ancient roots potentially dating back. [00:28:36] Speaker B: Always bring it back to the ancients. [00:28:37] Speaker C: To the ancient Egypt, to where people likely poured out various liquids to honor the dead. The ritual gained popularity in the US. Through hip hop culture that is originated right. [00:28:47] Speaker A: Ain't no ancient Egypt ritual to pour out all your liquor. That's stupid. [00:28:51] Speaker B: Yeah, they'll make you drink again, that's my problem, bro. [00:28:55] Speaker A: I don't do anything that I get nothing out of but just the floss. I can't think of anything. [00:29:00] Speaker B: Yeah, it's possible, though. [00:29:01] Speaker A: It's possible. I can't think of it. [00:29:03] Speaker C: So, again, and none of this is for the homies, for the dead, because they keep trying to take it back to cultures, because they got to make it make sense. [00:29:15] Speaker A: That's why it doesn't make any sense. [00:29:17] Speaker C: Some cultures that do libation ceremonies, the honor of the dead, where you probably have a bunch of liquor just in something with incense and shit for your dead people. No one really drinks it, and it's just kind of like a memorial to someone who's passed away or some shit. And maybe like a sacrifice of some sort. [00:29:35] Speaker D: Right? [00:29:35] Speaker C: Like you're sacrificing this expensive amount of liquid or alcohol, whatever the fuck it is, for this dead person. And because how much they meant to you, this is not fucking that. [00:29:46] Speaker A: Right. [00:29:46] Speaker C: So I don't subscribe to this. Yeah, it's just some bullshit. And I just can't believe that motherfuckers that do this right. Like, at first I said they don't have jobs, obviously. I mean, this is not through legal gains. You don't see a CEO. This is not something a CEO who could right. Or someone who makes enough money through their nine to five is going to do that. Because that's not how they got to be where they are. This is not that type of mentality that gets you to that station, right? This is the kind of mentality that keeps you in a station. Like fucking French Reggie was talking about that holds us back. And that's my problem with it, is that it's like this mentality can't be glorified because this is what fucking keeps us stuck. Yeah, fucking it's a state of mind. This is that slavery bullshit mentality. Like, you want to fucking pretend something you're not. Just be something. [00:30:45] Speaker A: Just be you. [00:30:46] Speaker C: Just be something, right? [00:30:47] Speaker A: I've told the story many times back when I was in the music game or whatever, I would go to the CSAT Christmas parties or the different little industry events or whatever, and I always had a challenge for myself. I thought it was funny. They probably didn't, but I thought it was funny. As you walk through the crowd. Basically what everybody does is just lie about all the shit they got going on, right? Oh, yeah, we wrote some songs. We got some songs on Rihanna, bro. We got some on Rihanna. We got some songs on Chris Ground, you know what I'm saying? We working, man. We are here. We doing it, man. We need to hook up, man. Give me your number, man. Oh, I got your number, man. We'll hook up. Let's chop it up, man. Let's get some work going. Let's do some more work or whatever, right? What I would do is basically, I ain't got nothing going on, man. Nothing. Everything I have fell through. Like, I'm not working on anything right now. I would do the bare minimum just so that I could see their face, be like, Damn, I should have said that because I ain't got nothing. And I could see it. They'll go out, I let them go first. They'd be like, oh, yeah, Rihanna records. We got records on her. I got a PO that's on back order. Like, I'm trying to get the money for that. But we got money, man. We working. We out here doing it. And then when I tell them that, I'll see the light behind their eyes kind of go out a little bit, they're kind of, like, almost envious that I'm confident enough to be right, to have nothing going on and be at the event. Like, why would you even come to the event if you ain't got nothing that you're working on? How are you going to brag? How are you going to get bitches? I enjoyed that so much. And this is that same thing to me. It's like, yo, I would prefer you just didn't have none of that shit. [00:32:16] Speaker C: So a proponent that defends this says this one defender of the trend pointed out that the video was taken at the end of the night. You can't take the bottles with you, so people dump them out. [00:32:30] Speaker A: No, nigga, you drink them out. [00:32:32] Speaker C: Thank you. Listen, we take it. [00:32:34] Speaker A: I've been to the club many times. [00:32:36] Speaker C: If you're going to have to drag me out this bitch and again, if. [00:32:39] Speaker B: You really go to the club and you buying bottles at the club, usually it's not one person buying that bottle crew that went to the club putting 30 apiece into the table. [00:32:48] Speaker A: It's for the table. [00:32:49] Speaker C: And if you bought too much to. [00:32:52] Speaker A: The point where you can't finish it, that ain't right. That's not true. [00:32:57] Speaker C: It never does. There's only juice left all the time. [00:32:59] Speaker A: It might take you 30 minutes. [00:33:01] Speaker B: Oh, you drink it because we about to leave. [00:33:03] Speaker A: Let's finish. [00:33:05] Speaker C: We're about to waste this fucking $900 bottle. [00:33:07] Speaker A: You'll be giving girls drinks. That's walking. You don't just pour it. [00:33:11] Speaker C: Yeah, you're right. Because you could again, you can't defend this shit. That shit just don't make no sense. [00:33:19] Speaker A: I don't even think this will be considered getting on the Coon train to disagree with this. [00:33:23] Speaker C: Okay. [00:33:24] Speaker B: I think that's just financial. But talking about being embarrassed lately, if you follow the social media landscape, you would be embarrassed to be a podcaster. [00:33:33] Speaker C: Why? [00:33:34] Speaker B: They've been talking shit about podcasters for, like, the last year. Especially male podcasters. [00:33:41] Speaker A: Women. [00:33:41] Speaker B: Like women, young people, everybody. [00:33:45] Speaker C: People you associate with. [00:33:47] Speaker A: What are we talking about here? Because okay, this is kind of how I feel about this. [00:33:52] Speaker B: So you've been seeing it? [00:33:53] Speaker A: No, but I feel like I get the feeling I've never seen it I got a feeling I've never seen it explicitly said or done. Okay, but I get the air. It's almost like the new Fuck Boy is a podcast. So I feel like there's a separation here. So there were podcasters who were out when podcasting wasn't sexy, and it wasn't you know what I'm saying? Like, before the trend. [00:34:18] Speaker B: Right? [00:34:18] Speaker A: And then there's people who came, like, the new rappers, they're just doing it for the money. [00:34:24] Speaker B: But people don't know that when you tell them you're a podcaster. So they don't know if you was there in 2015 when nobody knew what the fuck the shit was, or you just started we were here. [00:34:35] Speaker A: Or during COVID I know you came a little late, friends, but we were here. [00:34:41] Speaker C: Speaking of because it really happened. [00:34:44] Speaker B: That new Fuckboy thing happened because of COVID Like, during COVID everybody picked up a mic and headphones and started up. [00:34:49] Speaker A: Did they turn their mic towards their mouth or they turn it up and they talked into the bottom? [00:34:53] Speaker C: What's the cool way they told them? [00:34:54] Speaker A: I'm just wondering why you're still talking. There you go. [00:34:57] Speaker C: But this is the thing I just have to say, too. Like, next month be my decade. We got what, my decade out here in Atlanta? [00:35:04] Speaker A: Yes, sir. Really? You've been here ten years next month. Then how do we have a podcast for eight years? Has it been nine years? [00:35:10] Speaker C: It'll be nine, yeah, because it was July, right? [00:35:13] Speaker A: July 2014 is when we started. [00:35:15] Speaker C: Yeah. Damn catalog, it just caught me. I just thought about that shit, right? And I was like, damn, motherfucker can't tell me shit about fucking metro Atlanta, right? [00:35:36] Speaker A: You're in. [00:35:39] Speaker C: From nah, I've been around here enough. And speaking of that sorry, Reg. I'm not just trying is it me or is fucking I feel like it's changed a like, I remember when I first came here, I talked about it. The Southern hospitality shit that I saw was real. And I remember it wasn't just in person, right? It was also the way people like, when I first came here, I came from Cali, where motherfuckers ride the shoulder to fucking just get four cars up or maybe just to do whatever, you know what I mean? They just doing wild shit for no reason. I'm starting to see more of that shit going on out here. I'm seeing a lot more fucking wilding out driving, like motherfuckers on the shoulder. [00:36:26] Speaker B: Population increase. [00:36:28] Speaker C: I feel like it's turning into East Oakland. [00:36:30] Speaker B: I've had a lot of think that. [00:36:32] Speaker A: We'Ve had those people here. So I think that the problem. Honestly, Mac, and this is going to be a weird one because I can't really prove it. I think it has a lot to do with the idea of a civil war. So when you first came to Atlanta, the Southern hospitality was universal. It wasn't just black people. No, it was everybody. [00:36:53] Speaker C: I told you about that white lady that asked me, I'm checking my oil by herself. And she's like, do you need some help? [00:36:59] Speaker A: And I'm like, but I think the polarization of this political thing has changed what the south could be. Because states like Georgia, where Atlanta is heavily liberal in Atlanta, but outside of Atlanta is heavily Republican, and you have people like Majoree what's her name? [00:37:17] Speaker C: Marjorie. [00:37:17] Speaker A: Marjorie Taylor Green. Like, those kind of people have kind of put a line in the sand that separated people from being friendly with each other. So regardless what race you are now, it's like, well, I don't know if you're on the left or the right. And it's like, that was never even a question before, right? It didn't even matter if you were a Republican or a Democrat or a conservative or liberal, if you like Trump or you didn't like Trump. But that shit is serious now to where I think that's killed some of that Southern hospitality. People are not friendly anymore. People are now, like, looking at people like, you're probably the enemy before I even talk to you. Oh, you live in Atlanta. I don't live in Atlanta. You're probably the enemy, right? [00:37:52] Speaker C: You're probably blue. [00:37:53] Speaker A: And that shit has bled into everybody's think. And again, I don't have any proof to back that up to some shape. [00:38:02] Speaker C: It makes sense to me because everything now is political. It is that's, like, motherfuckers be like, what you do for a living that used to be like, an icebreaker now. It's like you left or right. [00:38:17] Speaker B: That's why I'm going back to the podcast thing, because apparently, like, male podcasts remember how we're talking about how people think our podcast is red Pill? [00:38:26] Speaker C: Yeah, right. [00:38:27] Speaker B: So it's like any podcast with more than one guy sitting down with no female voice or nothing like that, automatically labeled female voice. [00:38:38] Speaker A: I know, but automatically labeled who's our female voice? [00:38:41] Speaker B: Your wife? [00:38:41] Speaker A: No, you? Me and Meg were both you thought. [00:38:46] Speaker B: I was going to write my own joke, nigger. [00:38:49] Speaker A: You did, though. [00:38:50] Speaker B: I said, somebody else. [00:38:51] Speaker C: I just said, you speak for the females, right? I mean, I'm not saying that you could fucking no. [00:38:58] Speaker A: There was a time in our podcast history where people thought French Reggie's voice was too light for podcasts. [00:39:03] Speaker B: That was one time. No one episode they didn't know who I was. [00:39:07] Speaker A: No, that was a moment in time. [00:39:10] Speaker C: That wasn't one time. [00:39:11] Speaker A: That was a moment that was probably a three month period where they said consistently, your voice is too light for podcasting. Maybe you should find a new job. [00:39:20] Speaker C: And how would you compare your voice now? [00:39:22] Speaker B: I feel like it's the same voice. [00:39:23] Speaker C: Oh, no. [00:39:26] Speaker A: I think he was in the mirror. Like, hey, even like a study came out. [00:39:31] Speaker B: A study came out, and I guess they use this podcast because it's the number one podcast. It said Millennial women and Gen X women found that men that listens to Joe Rogan as a red flag. And I'm like, if you got to listen to a podcast, that's the podcast to listen to, because this nigga talk to everybody. [00:39:48] Speaker A: Nah, but they're trying to do him because he can't be controlled. They got to get him out of here. [00:39:55] Speaker B: I was like, this nigga listens to talks to everybody. Republicans. So if you want a diverse man, you would want him to probably he probably listens to Joe Rogan. But my thing is, why is that? Because I feel like when I listen to those podcasts with those dudes talking that misogyny shit or whatever, niggas always been saying that shit. There was never a time this is not new information. So why is it now a problem? [00:40:24] Speaker C: I mean, the fucking world has been created off of that shit. It's not like us dudes been like, hey, we're better for a long time. [00:40:36] Speaker B: Yeah, that's what I'm saying. Why is it a problem now, though? But niggas have always been said they don't want girls that fuck a lot of dude. Because all these podcasts are saying they don't want girls that fuck a lot of dudes. They don't want girls on only fans. And they've been saying the same shit. So I'm like, why is it this? [00:40:52] Speaker A: But they're also saying they want women to go back to more traditional roles. [00:40:55] Speaker B: And then the women are saying the same thing, too. [00:40:58] Speaker C: When they want to build me a. [00:41:00] Speaker B: House and they can say, oh, I want my girl to start cooking again. And then that same girl will be like, well, build me a house. [00:41:07] Speaker C: I told you. I told you. He's a DEADTO bro. He is a motherfucker anything, French, he's not supposed to be here. Like, there's no way that electronics should just fall apart around this nigga like this. I'm telling you. RIPD fucking showed us the way. [00:41:26] Speaker B: Touch the knobs. [00:41:27] Speaker C: But then why is your shit just falling apart, listeners? In case you didn't know. So French Reggie got a brand new mic stand. Brand new shit was working perfectly. This motherfucker's talking, and all of a sudden, he went and just dropped. Like, after, like two times he touched it, he moved. And B's like, he could move it. And I'm like, no, he cannot. [00:41:47] Speaker A: Because definitely can't. [00:41:49] Speaker C: Because when he touches from now on. [00:41:50] Speaker A: I got to just set it up. And he can't be just like a little kid. [00:41:53] Speaker C: He cannot touch it because that DEADTO shit is real. It's just fucking that's why his car is fucked up. Think about all the electronic shit that he has around him. None of this shit works right. [00:42:05] Speaker A: He's like, b, let me borrow no. [00:42:09] Speaker C: That was weird, the fact that he just in the mid and we're all looking at it for no fucking reason other than some dead o shit. [00:42:18] Speaker B: But I was talking to some people, and then I was like, yeah, I have a podcast. And then the person was like, you don't seem like the type of guy to have. [00:42:25] Speaker C: So this way, the people that you're talking to, I'm assuming that this is a female. [00:42:30] Speaker B: It was a female that said that, but it was a group of people, men included. It was like, you don't seem like the type of guy to have a podcast. I was like, what is the type of guy to have a podcast? [00:42:39] Speaker C: Your voice is way too light. [00:42:40] Speaker A: You like women too. You're the voice of women. [00:42:44] Speaker C: Your voice is way too soft for podcast. [00:42:46] Speaker B: She says something like, you're not an asshole or something. I was like, I could be an. [00:42:50] Speaker C: Asshole compliment, but I don't think that's not a prerequisite. [00:42:55] Speaker B: But that's the thing now. That image of male podcasters is asshole misogyny. And then the thing for me, what gets me so mad about it, because again, as somebody that's been listening podcasts and been into podcasting early, I've seen the evolution of podcasts. I remember when podcasting was just information from a movie you watch and you want to criticize, music you listen to and you want to criticize. And then they went to the news channels, put in the news story as podcasts so they can get fucking high ratings. And then sports funny niggas started to get in. And then, like you said, sports. That was podcast until niggas started to talk day to day shit and current event shit. And then celebrities starting to get involved. And then it became this thing. But my thing is. [00:43:39] Speaker A: You know how. [00:43:40] Speaker B: You just said you were embarrassed by seeing niggas? [00:43:42] Speaker C: Yeah. [00:43:42] Speaker B: She made me feel, like, embarrassed to be a like, I'm like, Hold up, I'm less than I was. Like, what's going on? [00:43:49] Speaker C: Is she comparing you to Joe Rogan, though? Like, come on. That doesn't make me embarrassed. [00:43:54] Speaker B: Joe Rogan's the man. I'm not I just don't get it because I feel like. [00:44:02] Speaker A: I guess people just watching the clips well, again, people. [00:44:05] Speaker B: Are probably just watching those clips of those niggas saying those funny shits. Because I remember with our podcast, especially early on, where we was crazy talking, I was like, if you listen to the whole episode, we always put it back together. [00:44:18] Speaker C: Right? [00:44:18] Speaker B: So I was like, if you just stop the moment you got mad, yes, you're going to hate the podcast, but if you finish it through the whole episode, we always bring it back together. [00:44:28] Speaker C: Yeah, that's the thing. But I think it's just different angles of shit, right? It's weird that I've been doing this, right? I've been thinking about just writing shit to my son in life, right? [00:44:49] Speaker B: Open letter. [00:44:50] Speaker C: Yeah. So in life, this is like, do this way, be good, this type of shit, right? And one of them is like, do not allow yourself to become in an echo chamber. [00:44:59] Speaker D: Right? [00:44:59] Speaker C: Like, you can't be that fucking person that just is around people that fucking just say the same shit that you say. [00:45:07] Speaker B: Group thinking. [00:45:08] Speaker C: Right? Because you feel like your son is in that. No, this is like just lessons to my son. Right. So if I was not here type shit, right? Not that there's anything wrong with me or I'm planning on going anywhere anytime soon, but it just made me think about with the people that I've lost recently, these are some things that I think messages you might want to pass on, right, to your son to help him be the best he could be, right? Because no one's we just never know, right? But that would be one of them. Like, listen, don't allow yourself to be that person that just sits in a room that regurgitates the same shit that you think all the time. Right? Like, we challenge each other a lot here in regards to the shit that we say. And so you might hear someone have a viewpoint that may be different than what you agree with. And if that offends you, then you. [00:46:06] Speaker A: Know what's so crazy? Yeah. I don't know how you guys do, but I'm challenging myself way before I even get to you all with it. So it's not like I'm just saying shit. It's challenged internally first, and then I come here and it's challenged. I think you got to be that person. You got to constantly be challenging stuff because otherwise you could have it wrong, too. I'm not saying I get it right all the time, most of the time, but I'm not saying I get it right all the time. There has to be some kind of checks and balances internally before I even get it to you guys. Sometimes it gets through my checks and balances. It skates by and then you guys check it or call it and like, okay, let's discuss it, or my wife does or whatever, but I'm checking on my own, too. I'm not even leaving it up to other people to keep me honest. I'm trying to keep myself honest as well. It's difficult because I think we've reached a point now where there's so much dead Internet that define that. So the dead Internet theory is that 85 or 90% of the Internet is not a real thing. It's something that was created for the specific purpose of being content, okay? And it doesn't have to be factual. It doesn't even have to be realistic. It's just content. And it's being created by AI type stuff. It's not even people that are creating it anymore. It's automatically done. And the idea of it being dead is that it's not organic at all. It's not connected to anything. It's just out there. And so it's very easy for you to put something in your search engine and reach a page with some information on it. But who's generated that information? Right? Where does that information come from? Is it accurate? How accurate is it? Are there some truths in it that will make you believe the rest of it is accurate? The problem becomes, though, you're having an argument. I noticed this with my wife the other day. We were talking about how you hear so many British singers, but they sing in English, like American English, where they don't have the British accent anymore, whatever. And so she Googled it because I was like, Nah, that's bullshit. I think that they're emulating us. [00:48:09] Speaker B: They're trying to sing in an American accent, right? [00:48:11] Speaker A: But they could sing British. So she looked it up and there was some website she got to that said there's a certain problem with drawing the syllables and the words out that doesn't really fit the British tongue or the foreign tongue. So singing just sounds American. I'm like, I'm thinking to myself, all the years before America was America, they had singing, right? So you're telling me they sound like. [00:48:34] Speaker C: English people, so then Irish people sound. [00:48:36] Speaker A: Like fucking it turned into this argument or whatever. [00:48:38] Speaker C: Bob Marley still has a fucking accent. [00:48:40] Speaker A: Here's the crazy part. [00:48:41] Speaker B: It turned to this argument hold on. [00:48:43] Speaker A: Don'T spoil my joy yet. It turned into an argument where we ended up just being quiet. My mom was there too, so we were all talking about this, and I just got a point where I got quiet. I was like, okay, whatever. My wife puts on some music in the kitchen that we just had the argument in, and the music was Afrobeat. Guess what accent they're singing in. Nigerian accent. I'm like, well, OK. [00:48:59] Speaker B: I thought we couldn't sing in other. [00:49:00] Speaker A: Accents, but I didn't say anything. I was like, I'm not gonna say nothing because I'm not gonna let y'all get mad at me again or whatever. [00:49:06] Speaker B: But are UK. Rappers rapping in UK? [00:49:08] Speaker A: But that's rap. I'm talking about singers. So the problem is, though, is that now I think we've reached the point of maturity of misinformation, that now it's impossible to discern the difference between what's a real source and what's a poor source. That's why a few years ago, you noticed I started asking y'all, hey, what's the source? You gotta tell me the source. And then we have to figure out that source. Like, CNN's not even a source no more, right? If you said CNN, I'm like, okay, well, I mean, it's reputable and the sense of they've had a company for many years and they used to fact check, but nowadays you could type something in and the first five responses in Google will be wrong and there won't be a way to know that. You know what I'm saying? [00:49:49] Speaker C: Yep, that was hard. [00:49:52] Speaker A: There won't be a way to know whether or not you got conned in a Google search. You're assuming, oh, if I search Google, there was a time, remember, you could used to have an argument, you could Google it, and the argument's over. [00:50:02] Speaker C: Right. No longer so because you can find dissident opinions throughout. [00:50:07] Speaker B: If you Google. Is water good for me? You can find hella articles how beneficial water is, and you can find hella articles how deadly water could be for you. It's bad right now. [00:50:17] Speaker A: It's not getting better. It's not going to get all that. [00:50:19] Speaker B: Ties into just everything with people now. Like all this misinformation. Because now some podcasters are providing misinformation with their opinions and whatever. [00:50:28] Speaker A: Sure. [00:50:28] Speaker B: And it just creates this whole of course, web. [00:50:32] Speaker A: I don't like the idea of call. [00:50:34] Speaker B: It the World Wide Web. [00:50:36] Speaker C: It's in the name. And that's why motherfuckers getting stuck entrapped and shit. Like, well, that's what webs do, bro. [00:50:44] Speaker B: Yeah. [00:50:44] Speaker C: From the beginning, as far as being. [00:50:46] Speaker A: A fuck boy podcaster or whatever, I think that's unfortunate that they've decided to choose this medium to be the villain or whatever. But I understand because the really popular ones get popular because they trash women. And you know what? [00:51:01] Speaker D: Saying? [00:51:02] Speaker A: Like, that was a trend for a know. Kevin Samuels kind of started that. Well, I don't know if he started it, but he was the one that was the catalyst for they he created a lot of. [00:51:16] Speaker C: Which ain't us. [00:51:17] Speaker A: No, because there before go back and listen to Music Love Life, the reason why that's an important show. I know we did it on this show, too. But in Music Love Life, because of the hosts that were on there, there was a female and there know, two males. We were constantly having that conversation throughout every episode. Go back and listen to some of the stuff that I said back then before Kevin Samuels was a thing. And you'll be surprised that some of the things that make more sense I mean, I'm not saying Kevin Samuels didn't make sense, but some of the things that made more sense, we had already said. It wasn't like it was unknown. Just, you know, Kevin was a catalyst for bringing it forward. He was an intelligent guy who was able to do it on the spot, real quick. So he have a woman call in, no matter who the woman was, and he figured out a way to take him apart real quick. He could do it on the spot. And that's a sign of intelligence. I don't care what you say about him, he was intelligent because he could do that with no matter who the woman was, she's going 100 miles an hour. He slowed her down to 5 miles an hour, and he broke it apart. And then at the end, he had them looking dumb. But that wasn't because he was a devil or something. He was giving them real shit. It's just he had the ability to kind of see through what they were saying at first, to get to what was actually the thing. [00:52:28] Speaker C: But anyway, what's the older black dude that does that, too? He was. [00:52:34] Speaker A: Older black dude. [00:52:35] Speaker C: Yeah, he always would challenge, I guess black people did. Gregory no, you know who I'm talking about. And he does the interviews and shit, man. I'm a had the bald dude, right? It looks like he could be African. And he's hilarious, though, right? [00:52:55] Speaker A: He's fucking gay, that guy. [00:52:57] Speaker C: No, he's American, but he asks questions about, like oh, I know who you're talking about. About fucking black society. [00:53:07] Speaker A: Jesse Le Peterson. [00:53:08] Speaker C: That's him. [00:53:10] Speaker B: That nigga's just trolled. [00:53:13] Speaker C: But he's fucking hilarious. [00:53:14] Speaker B: Do you love white people? He's like, do you love white people? [00:53:17] Speaker A: Like, I don't dislike no. Do you love white people? I don't disem. But do you love white people? [00:53:23] Speaker C: He is hilarious to me. Some of the shit that he's put out, if you don't find the humor in it, right? Because he does it with such a straight ass face, too. He never breaks his fucking but see. [00:53:38] Speaker A: What'S so crazy but he'd be serious, though. [00:53:39] Speaker B: He don't be saying nothing crazy. [00:53:41] Speaker A: No, he's serious. What's so crazy about him, though? And see, this is the thing. People don't ever read they don't ever dig any deeper, right? The thing about him is that he has a company. That is the sole purpose of this company is to get young men training to be grown men. It takes them through jobs, how to get a job, how to go to an interview, what to wear, how to look role playing in the interviews, doing mock interviews. Ways to substantiate yourself as a human, as an adult, right? So you stop at those videos because it's triggering and he's triggering people. You know. What I'm saying? And you're like, oh, this guy's an asshole. But I mean, okay, you may think that he's an asshole, but what else do you know about him before you get ready to shoot him down? So you knock Jesse Lee Peterson off the air, right, with all your protesting and like, fuck this guy. He doesn't like black people. He's a coon. You do all this stuff, right? But when you do that, what about all the boys that were getting training from his school? And you're saying, well, it's like, you know, the greatest music, but he's a child molester. No, it's not like R. Kelly. [00:54:47] Speaker C: Not at all. [00:54:48] Speaker A: It's not like R. Kelly. It's not the same thing. [00:54:50] Speaker B: Yeah, he didn't break no laws. [00:54:52] Speaker A: You don't like what he's saying. That doesn't make him an evil person. You don't like what he's saying. That just means y'all disagree. But let's talk about the other things that he's responsible for. And think about all those young men who have become grown men. Even if one of okay, one of them went to prison or something, let's just say, what about the other ones that didn't? What about the ones that got through and got a job and are now successful citizens because they went through his program and had a chance to be exposed to that knowledge? Nah. Nah. If he thinks the liberals are he thinks white people are gods and black people are trash or whatever you think. [00:55:24] Speaker C: Right? [00:55:25] Speaker A: Whatever you think, dig a little deeper. That's all I'm saying. Kevin Samuels I feel like he had a lot of gems and a lot of jewels, too, but you get caught up in the fact that he's calling women overweight or trying to shoot out of their league, and you get caught up and stuck there to where you can't hear any of the other messages. [00:55:42] Speaker C: And there were plenty of great think. [00:55:45] Speaker B: That I think that's a problem for people just watching the clips and not. [00:55:48] Speaker A: Watching the full I'll say that about Larry Elder as well. Larry Elder? People hate Larry Elder. You know what that is? [00:55:53] Speaker B: No. [00:55:53] Speaker A: You never heard of Larry Elder? Larry Elder is running for president, actually. He's a conservative. He's had a radio show Forever podcast. And I think, too, but some people he got on Breakfast Club not too long ago. [00:56:06] Speaker B: The black. I know. I've seen that breakfast. I didn't see the whole interview, but I saw when he was talking about when he put Charlemagne like, why didn't you get offended? He made a valid point. [00:56:17] Speaker A: No, no, but here's the problem, right? I have had this argument with King Kunta over and over. His points are always fucking valid. He's not an idiot. [00:56:27] Speaker B: Yeah, his points are valid. [00:56:29] Speaker A: He's not an idiot. [00:56:30] Speaker B: I even seen his interview with PBD because he yeah, he backs it up, too. [00:56:40] Speaker A: My problem is not liking someone does not mean that they're an idiot. [00:56:45] Speaker B: Yeah. [00:56:47] Speaker A: Understand why does Larry Elder feel so strongly about the things that he feels? Why does he agree? Slavery is a choice, you know what I'm saying? Because he agrees. That why does he agree it, though? With it, though? Don't just say, oh, he's nas, so I don't want to listen. Do y'all remember that? [00:57:03] Speaker C: He's on some Kanye shit. [00:57:04] Speaker A: Do y'all remember that? No. [00:57:05] Speaker B: See, there you go. [00:57:06] Speaker C: That's what no, no. [00:57:07] Speaker A: You're saying that's what they would say. [00:57:08] Speaker B: Yeah. [00:57:09] Speaker A: Do y'all remember that episode we had where when we were doing the live shows and we were on Facebook Live, and I was about to read something that I think Ruben somebody Ruben. I can't remember his name now. Somebody Ruben. He's not a liberal, but he's not really a conservative, but he was talking about something that had to do with damn, I can't remember now. My problem was I got really upset because while we were in the middle of it, somebody in the live commented, oh, this guy such and such. I'm not listening to anything he says. And I was still in the middle of introducing it to the entire live audience. My problem with that, though, is that that is the problem. That's what's wrong with us. Not black people, but people. Right now, we're not willing to listen to anyone. That doesn't give us the right buzwords in the beginning. Oh, buzwords are equality, equity. If you're not talking equality, equity, I don't want to hear what you got to say and don't matter what else. [00:58:02] Speaker C: You got to say or you already know that it's going to be an opinion that doesn't align with your views. And that goes back to my fucking that letter and those things. Again, you can't be that person. You can't be that person that only fucks with people that say the same shit as you. [00:58:21] Speaker A: So my problem with that French is that when your friends or the people you're talking to are saying, oh, podcasters are fuck boys, or podcasters are assholes, that's the same problem. [00:58:32] Speaker C: I feel like they don't listen to. [00:58:33] Speaker A: The show, and then if they do listen to the show, they hear one thing that throws them off, and they're like, oh, I see what this is like. [00:58:41] Speaker C: You said that women, maybe the Arabs have it right. I mean, the Muslims might have it right. Oh, shit. Here's some of that fucking misogyny shit type talking points. [00:58:52] Speaker A: Here's a misogynistic talking do you really believe that? They're misogynistic talking points? And we go over these together, right? We have a misogynistic men meeting or whatever. [00:59:02] Speaker B: Misogyny is really pissing me off. [00:59:03] Speaker C: Where we do the elephant because it's. [00:59:05] Speaker B: Like they talk so much shit about misogyny, but they want misogyny at the same time. So I'd be confused. I'd be like, which one do you want? [00:59:12] Speaker A: What do you mean? [00:59:13] Speaker B: Because they say, oh, the patriarchy men or do this, but you want me to provide for you. You want me that's misogyny, too. [00:59:19] Speaker C: You don't want to Motograph you. [00:59:20] Speaker A: That's not misogyny. [00:59:21] Speaker B: But to them, it is. It falls under it. [00:59:25] Speaker A: I don't know, friends on that one. That was a weird take. I'm just saying misogyny is very specific. I think that just wanting somebody to take care of you is not but. [00:59:32] Speaker B: They put everything masculine now under misogyny. That's what I'm saying. If I tell my girl, if you wear this type of outfit, I don't really like it. It makes me uncomfortable because it's showing a little bit too much cleavage. They will call that misogyny. [00:59:45] Speaker C: It's my body off rip instead of. [00:59:48] Speaker B: Just like the nigga may just not like that outfit. So that's why I'm saying everything now. Under if you masculine, they just label it as that now. So that's why, like, yo, which one do you want? [01:00:00] Speaker A: I should have asked Montoyas why it is. [01:00:11] Speaker B: Oh, shit. [01:00:12] Speaker A: I should I didn't catch this. I called him in slack. Yeah, I should have checked, asked him why does his you know, you have, like, the saying underneath? [01:00:19] Speaker C: Yeah. [01:00:20] Speaker A: What is your saying, Mac? [01:00:22] Speaker C: A little bit of this, a little bit of that, a little bit of this. [01:00:24] Speaker A: What's yours, French? [01:00:26] Speaker B: I don't think I have anything. [01:00:27] Speaker A: You don't have one? Lame. Yeah. He doesn't. Mine is the black I'm the black Larry David. That's what mine says. Right? Guess what Montoya says. [01:00:35] Speaker C: What? [01:00:35] Speaker A: Lead from the rear. [01:00:37] Speaker C: That's a uh oh. [01:00:40] Speaker A: I should have asked. Yo, Montoyas. Please leave us a message. [01:00:44] Speaker B: Call back in one day. That's a major pause for the next episode. [01:00:48] Speaker A: Tell us what the hell we got going on. [01:00:50] Speaker C: That's like the elephant trail. I want to be the caboose. [01:00:57] Speaker B: What the hell? [01:01:00] Speaker C: Who's last is first? [01:01:01] Speaker A: That's my guy. [01:01:02] Speaker C: But misogyny is the dislike or contempt for ingrained prejudice or ingrained prejudice against women. [01:01:09] Speaker A: Yeah, buying a woman a house is not misogyny. [01:01:12] Speaker B: It's not. But they'll label everything I was just trying to say now they'd label anything masculine misogyny. That's what I'm just trying to say. [01:01:19] Speaker C: Okay, but they want you to build some shit for them. But see, again, that's not misogyny either, right? Misogyny. [01:01:28] Speaker B: The grit, the power that makes me be able to build this thing for you is the same that makes me tell you, hey, I don't really like this outfit. [01:01:35] Speaker C: But that's not misogyny, because it's not that I dislike I don't have a contempt or prejudice against women. I just don't like you popping your I don't like the way your titties popping that shit. [01:01:45] Speaker B: But to them, they will tell you. [01:01:46] Speaker C: It'S because you're trying to control them. Yeah, but being controlled is not misogynistic. I got to dislike you in order. [01:01:55] Speaker A: To be and that's the thing. But then why is transphobia transphobia? I'm not afraid of trans people. [01:02:02] Speaker C: That's the thing we define, right? And that's the fucking problem, right? Because these words come out and they're not categorized correctly, but then they become mainstream. [01:02:11] Speaker A: Believe it or not, that's one of the signs of the downfall, degradation of an empire. [01:02:17] Speaker B: Yes. [01:02:18] Speaker A: Words begin to start being redefined. [01:02:20] Speaker B: Trans movement, too. [01:02:23] Speaker C: Wait a minute. [01:02:25] Speaker A: Oh, you mean there are trans people? [01:02:27] Speaker B: Yeah, the rise of that. [01:02:29] Speaker A: Let them tell it. There was Adam Eve in between. Let them tell it. They was here from the beginning. [01:02:35] Speaker C: You saw what happened to Caligula. I mean, Sodom and Gomorrah. [01:02:39] Speaker A: Yeah. Let me ask you guys a question. So do you remember when there were I think there was a study that was done, national Geographic may have done it or something, where they depicted how they thought Jesus looked and it was a white dude. It was not black dude again. Do y'all remember that? [01:02:58] Speaker C: I think that's like every picture of Jesus I've ever seen. [01:03:02] Speaker B: Every publication picture. [01:03:04] Speaker C: Unless you're in the hood and you go to the swap meet and I think we always got a black my. [01:03:08] Speaker A: Grandma Jesus was mean, but the Bible. [01:03:11] Speaker B: Said bronze skin of bronze. [01:03:13] Speaker C: But you can go to in the hood and find the dreaded know. [01:03:20] Speaker A: And what about then when they made like the gods of Egypt or whatever, when they were all white dudes? How'd you feel about that? [01:03:27] Speaker B: I always look at as white people doing white people shit. [01:03:30] Speaker A: Yeah. [01:03:30] Speaker C: I mean, if they let Jerry Lewis fucking play that Asian dude, that's fucked up. And no one gave a fuck. It's like, come on, man, with the big teeth and shit. [01:03:42] Speaker A: But I think that was mocky offensive. That was on purpose offensive, right, or. [01:03:47] Speaker C: No, I think he was just doing. [01:03:50] Speaker A: What I think it was a stereotype, though. Okay, but here's my thing, right? So you guys both seem very convinced that Egyptians were black. The answer you guys gave me was the idea that we all know Egyptians are black. However, white folks doing some tricky shit are always going to pretend like it's the state. [01:04:06] Speaker B: I'm not going to necessarily say I believe they were black like me. I believe Egyptians were what Egyptians look like. [01:04:13] Speaker A: Now, have you been to Egypt? [01:04:14] Speaker B: No, but I know a few Egyptians. [01:04:16] Speaker A: How do they look? [01:04:17] Speaker B: Some of them are black. Some of them look black like me, but some of them look like the Ethiopians, the Arabs, and there are none. [01:04:23] Speaker A: That are even more fair skinned. [01:04:25] Speaker B: Some of them look even like Moroccans look like that, too. Moroccans? Egyptians. So let me ask you a ritual. [01:04:34] Speaker A: So do you know any white people in America that don't look all the way white? They look a little more fair olive skinned, for sure. Yeah. Okay, so so then it's possible to be white and not be pale. [01:04:43] Speaker C: Right? I know black people that look white, right? [01:04:46] Speaker A: I'm just asking because you guys made it seem like when I asked that question that Egypt was obviously everybody knows Egyptians are black and whatever, but what I'm trying to explain, though, is that I don't know what they look like, because guess how many fucking years ago that was a long time ago. [01:05:00] Speaker C: So this is what I would think, though, just by my just basic deductive reasoning is that if you're in a place that's like that, you're going to have to have some sort of tan, unless you're always covered the fuck up. [01:05:13] Speaker A: As we said before, in Israel, which is not that far from there, there are many fair skinned people. There are very few dark skinned people. Unless you go to the Palestine side where they're a little darker. [01:05:22] Speaker C: Well, I'm just saying, like, you mean the sun has an effect of darkening, right? [01:05:28] Speaker A: White folks have been in Atlanta for decades, and they have not gotten black. [01:05:33] Speaker B: The Dutch been in South Africa for the longest, and they stayed white. [01:05:38] Speaker A: South Africa is another south Africa is the best example. [01:05:42] Speaker B: What are you talking about? They haven't evolved to become light skinned. [01:05:46] Speaker C: I figured all the white people in South Africa that were running shit were imported. [01:05:51] Speaker B: Okay, where but they've been there for hundreds of years. They haven't evolved to light skin. Hundreds of years have passed by and. [01:05:57] Speaker A: They'Re still fucking white, and they still get sunburns. So what are we saying? [01:06:01] Speaker C: I don't know. [01:06:02] Speaker A: Let's logic this out. [01:06:03] Speaker C: Yeah, that makes sense. [01:06:04] Speaker A: Okay, so do you remember then when they came out with the Cleopatra movie on Netflix and they purposely made her a black woman? [01:06:11] Speaker D: Yeah. [01:06:11] Speaker B: And they were mad because Cleopatra was technically white. [01:06:14] Speaker A: Not technically white. She was Greek. [01:06:16] Speaker B: Yeah, that's what saying. [01:06:17] Speaker A: Right. So well, no, because see, I feel like Greeks I've been to Greece. Greeks don't look necessarily white. White. [01:06:23] Speaker B: They don't look American. White. But it is a pale skin fair, like Italian. [01:06:27] Speaker A: They're saying skin. Maybe a little kind of olive. Yeah, it's a little light tan. But I would still consider them white if they walked around America. Yeah, you said not American white. But if they were here, I would consider them white. [01:06:38] Speaker C: Yeah, that's like yeah, I would consider. [01:06:40] Speaker B: Them white, but I would look at them and know they're not the American whites. [01:06:43] Speaker A: Okay, you better go somewhere. Yeah, go ahead. Because I got to play a video, so I want to make sure you hear the video. [01:06:47] Speaker B: That's what I'm saying. Because just like what Kim Kardashian is. Yeah, yeah, they're white in my eyes, but I can tell by looking at them they're not like the regular white. [01:06:58] Speaker A: What is regular white? [01:06:59] Speaker B: Like Paris Hilton. [01:07:00] Speaker A: What is Paris Hilton? So is that a place or a race? You see what I'm saying? Is it a place or a race? [01:07:08] Speaker B: Because Kim Kardashian, the white I'm talking about is the American white. Because even, like, British white folks, like people from UK, they don't give me the same white people vibe as American whites. I feel like American whites just got, I guess because I live in America, but American whites you can tell when you see them this is an American. [01:07:28] Speaker A: White, you think, versus UK whites. Where the white people in America came from don't look like American whites. [01:07:34] Speaker B: If I see a UK white and an American white walk into a room, I think I'll be able to tell which one's the American white, which one's the UK white before they start talking because their teeth are yellow. I just feel like you'd just be able to tell because American white got. [01:07:47] Speaker C: A certain swagger because one likes anal. [01:07:49] Speaker B: Compared to the other. [01:07:50] Speaker A: We're not talking about swagger, we're talking about look now we're talking about they didn't walk. You just see a picture of them both. You're going to be able to discern between an American and white person. And what I'm saying is Armenian and British and American, there's no difference to me, it's just white. You know what I'm saying? So the problem, though I have, and I'm going to get into this a lot of times in this show, so you might as well going to get used to it. There's a history that's been stolen from us. But it's not just black people, it's everybody. America is there is a lot of history here and we don't know about it. All they ever talk about some fucking Native Americans. Get off my dick with that. [01:08:23] Speaker B: I believe America is the land for their social experiments. [01:08:27] Speaker A: No, I believe that may be true. I'm not discrediting that. I'm saying that before there were Native Americans, there was whole other shit here and they've erased it. They want you to believe that the land bridge between the last Ice Age brought Asians across the land bridge down into America and into Mexico, into South America and all that that's bullshit. I'm telling you, I don't believe that there's some shit that they've erased from us for I think the reason why is because we house the most sophisticated and most ancient culture here and that's why they had to get rid of it. [01:09:03] Speaker B: I don't know why. [01:09:04] Speaker A: I haven't figured it out yet. But it's impossible for me to believe that the Mayans had temples that Mayans and Aztec had temples back in ancient times. But there's nothing that's ancient from here. We are very fertile. We have the ability America has kenya. [01:09:19] Speaker B: Got some hidden shit, bro. [01:09:20] Speaker A: It does. America has every region. They have desert, they have forests, they have everything. You cannot make me believe that there was not life here in the ancient times. [01:09:30] Speaker B: And it probably was a prosperous life. That's why they destroyed it all, so they can take it over. [01:09:34] Speaker A: But that also makes me believe that you know how they say his story instead of history? I don't know that any of this shit is real. I said that last week, I think, or two weeks ago. [01:09:45] Speaker B: I thought we said it was the victors. Whoever wins writes the story. [01:09:48] Speaker A: Yeah, but I think it's more sinister than that, even. And yes, the victors write the history, but I think that not only did they write it, they lied it. And I think most of the shit they talked about is wrong. And I'm not just talking about in favor of black people, because black people love jumping on that and saying, yeah, we were kings. [01:10:08] Speaker B: So you think some of the history they even described didn't even happen? [01:10:10] Speaker A: I think all of it is bullshit. And you don't know because you don't know what Egyptians look like. You have no fucking idea what Egyptians look like. And people ask about Egyptians were definitely black. No, you don't know that. You don't even know that Africa was black back then, right? You have no idea that's made up. It could be made up. There's no evidence to prove any of that. [01:10:30] Speaker B: But they said Lucy when they found. [01:10:32] Speaker A: Her, that there's Lucy looks like a fucking animal. [01:10:34] Speaker B: But they said her DNA was Lucy. [01:10:36] Speaker C: Looks like an and wait a and how the fuck can you tell somebody color by their bones? [01:10:44] Speaker A: You can. You can tell by their facial structure. So black people have a different facial structure than a lot of white people. You never noticed that? [01:10:49] Speaker B: What if you mix like, you be able to tell. [01:10:52] Speaker A: Like, you wouldn't I don't know if you saw my skeleton or you just saw my silhouette. What would you think that I was? You know what I'm saying? [01:10:58] Speaker B: Yeah, I wouldn't know. You would. [01:11:01] Speaker A: Anyway, so I wanted to present that to you first before I play this video, because this video is about to make a hot fucking take. [01:11:10] Speaker C: Okay? [01:11:11] Speaker A: This is what I was foreshadowing Montoya's to. This is about to be a hot ass take. And you're probably going to at first, what most people probably do to this is just dismiss it and say, this is just white people doing their tricks. Which is what you said at first. [01:11:22] Speaker B: Yeah, white people doing their tricks. [01:11:23] Speaker A: But you're doing the same thing that girl did about male podcasters. Not even real. You got to be able to check yourself on that. You know what I'm saying? So white people got tricks, so black people don't have tricks. [01:11:32] Speaker B: But you're saying this video is a guy breaking down the tricks, or no. [01:11:36] Speaker A: He'S about to make a hot take. You see French? I adjust this. And it didn't break. [01:11:39] Speaker C: No. [01:11:40] Speaker B: You see how I did that? [01:11:41] Speaker C: You're alive. [01:11:41] Speaker A: I know what the fuck? [01:11:43] Speaker C: I'm telling you. This is trejee, that voodoo shit, you know? I'm telling you. He probably don't even know. He like he didn't know that they buried his ass for, like, three days. [01:11:52] Speaker A: And woke him up later, a show on Netflix, a woman, she died or something, and she's like, the housewife, man. [01:11:59] Speaker C: Serpent in the rainbow. Bro. [01:12:00] Speaker A: I'm not fucking with that movie. Yeah, I saw that once. I never watched it again. Yeah. Okay. This is a trigger warning I'm letting you know. [01:12:06] Speaker C: Okay? [01:12:06] Speaker A: This is about to be a trigger warning, okay? Let me see. Let me get this. [01:12:08] Speaker D: Here. [01:12:16] Speaker B: The YouTube ad. [01:12:18] Speaker A: I don't do ads. Hold on a second. Hold on. I don't do ads no more. When I got rid of YouTube TV, I got YouTube premium, bro. [01:12:25] Speaker B: Isn't it? [01:12:25] Speaker A: What? [01:12:25] Speaker B: Don't you get YouTube TV with that? [01:12:27] Speaker A: No, let me explain something to you. What the fuck have I been doing for my whole life? [01:12:32] Speaker B: How much is YouTube premium? [01:12:32] Speaker A: 14, 99, 24 for the whole family, okay, bro? What the fuck have I been doing my whole life? My life is spammed different without ads, bro. YouTube video. I just assume that the beginning is going to be ad. I got to wait 30 seconds to skip or 10 seconds to skip or whatever. I haven't had to do that in two weeks now, bro. [01:12:53] Speaker C: YouTube how much time are you fucking right? [01:12:55] Speaker A: YouTube premium is scary at first because you hit play and the video fucking starts and you're like, whoa, I'm thinking I got a second to go get a drink or whatever. No, you have no time. It starts immediately and you get the free YouTube. I'm not free. You get YouTube music for free with it. So I got YouTube music and premium YouTube. [01:13:12] Speaker B: So you can listen to music on YouTube, close the app and still listen to music. [01:13:15] Speaker A: And it's better than Apple Music because they actually suggest things yeah. Where Apple is just a closed network and if you don't ask for it, you're probably not going to hear unless you listen to a whole bunch of stuff you don't like. YouTube is like Amazon in the way. [01:13:27] Speaker C: That they holy shit. [01:13:28] Speaker A: What? [01:13:29] Speaker C: No, go ahead. I'll talk about it because something's happening to me, right? And I try to figure out what the fuck it was and I realized just what it is. [01:13:37] Speaker A: What? [01:13:38] Speaker C: So on the way here, I stopped off at the teriyaki joint place, right? [01:13:42] Speaker A: Yeah. You got food? [01:13:43] Speaker C: Yeah. [01:13:44] Speaker A: You ate it in the car? [01:13:44] Speaker C: No, I just put in the refrigerator. [01:13:46] Speaker B: Okay. [01:13:46] Speaker C: But I don't think I'm going to be able to eat it because they cook it on the same surface that they cook their beef on. I'm telling you, I'm having a reaction right now and that's why I've been keep getting up. [01:13:59] Speaker A: Did you eat some of it? [01:14:00] Speaker C: I ate some of it. [01:14:03] Speaker B: Became allergic to red meat. [01:14:04] Speaker C: What the fuck you think I've been saying? You thought I'd just been bullshitting? Like why would I make that up? [01:14:09] Speaker B: It really came out of nowhere. [01:14:12] Speaker C: No, it did not come out of nowhere. [01:14:14] Speaker A: I got fucking bit by a fucking bitten. So what? You can't eat something that was cooked on the same grill as something else? [01:14:21] Speaker C: No, because it's got the fucking enzyme, beef enzyme still on it. [01:14:24] Speaker A: So what are you going to do? You got to just never eat out. Are you going to ask them to clean the grill every time. [01:14:29] Speaker C: Yeah, like they do at the Hibachi place. The motherfuckers. [01:14:32] Speaker B: Are you allergic to shafish? [01:14:34] Speaker C: They scrub that bitch down after each fucking meal. [01:14:36] Speaker A: Wow. Damn. Sorry, bro. [01:14:38] Speaker C: No, because I'm telling you, you notice, like, why does this nigga keep getting up? [01:14:41] Speaker A: I was thought you just the cocaine was dripping dripping on your throat. It was uncomfortable with the back of your throat. [01:14:47] Speaker D: Damn. [01:14:47] Speaker C: My dude's out of town, so no, that ain't it. [01:14:50] Speaker A: You ain't got a backup, dude, no, grow up. [01:14:53] Speaker B: Grow up. [01:14:54] Speaker C: Come on, man. [01:14:55] Speaker A: Fucking rookie. [01:14:55] Speaker B: Grow up. [01:14:56] Speaker C: Come on, man. [01:14:57] Speaker A: All right, hot take. Let's talk about this hot take. Oh, I recommend YouTube premium though, by the way. All right, here we go. [01:15:06] Speaker E: Located on the southern tip of the Sahara Desert, the empire of Mali was one of the largest empires in West African history, and at its height it spanned from the Atlantic coast to central parts of the Sahara Desert. The empire was founded in 1235 and lasted until the early 16 hundreds. All goods brought in and out of the empire were heavily taxed, while all gold nuggets belonged to the king, mali's ruler adopted the title of Mansa and the empire's most famous ruler was named Mansa Musa, who underwent a pilgrimage to Mecca in 1324, accompanied by 60,000 individuals and large quantities of gold. Chroniclers of the Times wrote that he distributed so much gold on his trip that he caused great inflation lasting a decade. He was credited with building the Great Mosque of Timbuk Two in 1327, as well as the greatest library in Africa at the time, estimated to have housed between 250,700 thousand manuscripts, making it the largest library in Africa since the Great Library of Alexandria. [01:16:26] Speaker A: Okay, so you know who Mansamusa is. We've talked about him this show. I've heard that French. You definitely have talked about it. You may have had a topic about it or something. [01:16:33] Speaker B: Right. [01:16:34] Speaker A: Largely respected as being the richest human of mean. I don't know if that would work, like, compared to Jeff Bezos now, but I think if you said he was still rich, if we calculated for inflation, most definitely would. [01:16:48] Speaker C: Right. [01:16:49] Speaker A: So the problem comes though, is that. [01:16:51] Speaker C: And he had gold, not like with. [01:16:55] Speaker B: No money, all the money. And it's kind of like giving broke people money and they don't know what to do with it. [01:16:59] Speaker A: And he would bankrupt the whole government. [01:17:02] Speaker C: Right. [01:17:02] Speaker A: Because they had more money than the government had. So we know that part. All right, let me skip ahead a little bit. Check this out. [01:17:09] Speaker E: There's been some controversy over the ethnicity and racial appearance of Monsamusa, with the most common version coming from a 1375 Catalan atlas on the right. On the left is a 1339 depiction from the map of Angelino Dulcar. It's clear that one of these depictions has been altered, which seems to be the case with many early Arab and Islamic images of Moors where white Berbers but have been blackwashed in an effort to appropriate history for seemingly political purposes. For example, this image from 1285 shows a Christian and a Moor playing chess. This is a mural located on the ceiling of the hall of Kings in Alhambra in Spain from the late 14th century. So the same way that the history of the Berber Moors has been appropriated, so is the case with ancient Mali, as this is how Monsamusa is depicted in textbooks to drive the point home. These Nubian wall murals from the 15 hundreds are from Dongola, Sudan, located on the banks of the Nile. Old Dongola flourished for centuries as the capital of Makuria, one of the most important medieval African states filled with ancient Christian iconography. During excavations, archaeologists have recently found a series of hidden rooms covered with spectacular and colorful depictions of the Virgin Mary, Jesus Christ, archangel Michael, and the Nubian King. Ancient Nubia, known for rich deposits of gold, hosted some of Africa's earliest kingdoms with massive amounts of slave labor, became quite wealthy, even ruling parts of Egypt for a brief time. But their pharaohs were never of sub Saharan African descent, despite what is taught by politically motivated universities, which no longer try to educate people, but to indoctrinate them into a false, politically motivated view of history. While it is true that there are SubSaharan African mummies, it is also true that ancient pharaohs and nobility like to be buried with their slaves to have servants in the afterlife. [01:19:40] Speaker A: All right, so here's what I'm not saying. I'm not saying that this guy is accurate. I'm not saying this guy is right. What I'm saying is, who fucking knows, right? [01:19:53] Speaker C: They could just ran out of ink, right? [01:19:56] Speaker A: The pictures, listeners that you didn't get to see was that a lot of those cave murals that white folks, we assume, that we've been shown, the one that we actually get to see are the ones that have been he said colored, filled in. The others that he's showing are not colored, they're white or cave colored. Yeah, cave colored. He went so far as to say the Moors is bullshit, too. I didn't hear that until just now. I heard the man smooths part the first time I watched it. He went as far as to say that Moore thing where Moors taught Europeans math and they're black people. He's saying that's bullshit, too. I don't know. My point is, though, not that they. [01:20:36] Speaker C: Taught them math, but they were black people. [01:20:39] Speaker A: Well, no, but that's the thing. Science and math were what the Moors. [01:20:42] Speaker C: Brought to Europe, right? [01:20:43] Speaker A: And if the Moors were black, then black people invented math and science, and then the dumbass British people who were too stupid to do anything, learned from that. So I'm not saying that he's right. What I'm saying, though, is that of all the things we've been learning about the misinformation and history that we've been. Given all this time. [01:21:06] Speaker C: Oh, yeah. [01:21:07] Speaker A: Why are we only going to believe the black stuff that makes black people look good? If we're going to get rid of it, we got to get rid of we got to challenge all of it. We can't just challenge the stuff that makes black people look bad or white people look good. We got to challenge all the stuff, and that includes all these kings and shit that we come from. We got to challenge that whether or not the Moors were black, we need to challenge that. Whether or not Egyptians were black, we need to challenge that. If we're going to make cases for this stuff, if we're going to complain that black people are getting whitewashed and cultures are being whitewashed, and Egypt was know, black people and black people created the pyramids, fine. Where do we decide? Where do we draw that line about what we're willing to challenge? And I know the first thing people are going to hear think when they hear what I just played is like, oh, that's bullshit. That's white people's trickery, which is what French said about the first thing. [01:21:55] Speaker B: Jesus. [01:21:55] Speaker A: Yeah, that's just some more white people trickery. What I'm challenging everyone on, though, is that it's all trickery. Yes. Even the stuff that you agree with, and you like, you can't keep it. If you're going to challenge whether or not Egyptians were black, if you get pissed because of gods of Egypt, that movie triggered you and got you pissed. [01:22:17] Speaker C: Right. [01:22:19] Speaker A: You need to be triggered to challenge all of it. You can't just take the stuff that you accept. But there's proof of that. There's proof for that. Well, he just gave us proof that Monsamusa was white. Why are we not going to believe that? But we're going to believe the proof that Lucy is black? [01:22:35] Speaker C: Because again, I think the idea is that we're so powerful as a people that we have to be held down. [01:22:47] Speaker D: Right. [01:22:48] Speaker C: Like, as black people. [01:22:49] Speaker D: Right. [01:22:49] Speaker C: Like, that. That's the narrative. [01:22:50] Speaker A: How do you hold something down that's powerful? I'll wait, if we're so fucking powerful? [01:22:56] Speaker C: By manipulating their minds. [01:22:59] Speaker A: You're powerful, though, right? [01:23:00] Speaker C: Because slavery is a mentality. By enslaving them. [01:23:03] Speaker A: But you're so minds. You're so powerful, I can trick your mind. [01:23:07] Speaker B: We lost that power, jimmy magazine. We lost that power in that 400 years. [01:23:11] Speaker A: Slave lost it. [01:23:12] Speaker B: What happened? We lost our mojo. [01:23:14] Speaker C: They beat that out of us. [01:23:15] Speaker B: They beat it out of us. [01:23:16] Speaker A: So we were so powerful that we got beat something beat out of it. [01:23:18] Speaker B: Okay. Got you 400 years, though. [01:23:20] Speaker A: Yeah. [01:23:21] Speaker C: That's a long whooping. [01:23:22] Speaker A: And we dealt with that. Even though we're powerful as fuck. We're so powerful they got to hold us down. [01:23:26] Speaker B: We dealt with it. We bounced back. We was kind of bouncing back. There was a time black people, I think, were thriving, kind of like post. [01:23:36] Speaker C: Go ahead and say it. You want to say it. [01:23:38] Speaker A: Give me the talking point. Give me the black people a great talking point. [01:23:41] Speaker B: Not great Wall Street. There was a time give me the talking it was like after slavery, we were bouncing back from that. [01:23:48] Speaker A: You don't consider mansamusa a fucking bounce back? [01:23:51] Speaker B: What are we talking way before? We're talking about the Americans. [01:23:54] Speaker A: Okay, so after mansamusa, we all got crushed, and then we came back. We were good from so that was before slavery. So you're saying slavery was happening there, too. [01:24:05] Speaker B: But I'm talking about the American that. [01:24:06] Speaker A: Was before slavery, bro. Well, that was before American child slavery. [01:24:09] Speaker B: Yeah, I'm talking about American child slavery. [01:24:11] Speaker A: So we were doing great even during slavery, and we lost it after the civil rights movement. [01:24:17] Speaker B: That's what your talking point? [01:24:19] Speaker A: I don't think your talking point is. [01:24:19] Speaker B: Worth I was specifically talking about American I was talking about after American slavery, the 400 years black people found a way to still come out of that and started thriving. And then they added the you said. [01:24:34] Speaker A: Black people figured out a way so they weren't freed. They got white people freeing them so they didn't figure out a way white people freed them. And then you see how this twisted. [01:24:45] Speaker C: If it wasn't for black people so. [01:24:47] Speaker A: You'Re saying black people got black people out of slavery? No, I don't know that that's true. That sounds like a talking point. [01:24:53] Speaker C: Harriet. [01:24:53] Speaker A: They climbed out of slavery. No, they didn't. They had to be free. They were slaves. [01:24:57] Speaker C: Yeah. [01:24:58] Speaker A: What are we talking about? What are we talking about? So I'm challenging everyone to not just accept the things that make black people look great, challenge it all. If it's possible that we have no fucking idea what we're talking about. [01:25:12] Speaker C: Yes. [01:25:13] Speaker A: Say that. Recognize that, embrace it. Because we'll never get to the truth if we're constantly just cherry picking history, which is what we accuse white people of doing. Yeah, it's the same shit, though. [01:25:26] Speaker C: I mean, they did teach us a lot during that 400 years how to. [01:25:33] Speaker A: Whip our kids, people that challenge black Wall Street, all that stuff, that works for me. You know why? Because they were alive during black Wall Street. And I don't know if they're still alive, but for the most part, during my lifetime, people who were alive during black Wall Street were also alive. So if I have somebody who's telling me a story about black Wall Street, cool, but how dare you sit up here and tell me about fucking Egypt, right? You ignorant fucking asshole. How dare you assume that because you read it somewhere and ten people had the same idea in their books that those ten books didn't come from one book somewhere, right? So you're saying, well, there are ten books that say it. It must be true. But what if all those ten people got all their research from one place, the accepted, quote unquote place? And who decided what the accepted, quote. [01:26:21] Speaker C: Unquote place was that makes so again, I think if we are to subscribe to what this guy's saying, then we also have to subscribe to Jesus being white. The Virgin Mary now fucking forget what let me ask you forget his color. [01:26:42] Speaker A: Let me ask you a question. [01:26:43] Speaker C: His existence? [01:26:44] Speaker A: Yeah, let me ask you a question. No, just because of the paint don't mean he existed. I got a painting of a cat with a captain's hat on. He didn't really fly a plane. [01:26:52] Speaker B: He was still a myth. So even if it was not a. [01:26:55] Speaker A: Real I got some dogs playing poker. They didn't really play poker, my nigga. [01:26:59] Speaker B: Yeah. If it's a myth of this guy that did some amazing shit niggas gonna paint about him, here's my question. [01:27:05] Speaker A: Mac. What color was Jesus? [01:27:06] Speaker B: The Bible said bronze. [01:27:08] Speaker A: And that's what I'm saying. What's the problem with what he just said, Mac? The Bible says and what does that mean? [01:27:13] Speaker C: Someone wrote it down. [01:27:14] Speaker A: It's a source. Right? So who's the source of the Bible? You say? Oh, it's God. [01:27:18] Speaker B: People that talk to God. That's what they said. They said it was prophets, high priest prophets that had a relationship with God, and they wrote the Bible. That's why the Bible is named after them. John, Psalm, all that. [01:27:28] Speaker A: And so a book, a book that we all know was copied from other religious books, we're going to still say that's the ultimate book you're willing to ride for the idea that the Bible is the original source. [01:27:43] Speaker B: According to our social contract as of today, it is true. [01:27:46] Speaker A: It's not. Whose social contract? I don't believe in that. That's not my social contract. If you live, it's not a Christian nation. America was built on no religion. America was built on the idea that you didn't have to be what the Queen said you had to be. [01:27:59] Speaker B: America is also built on a democracy. But is it really a democracy? [01:28:02] Speaker A: But listen to what I'm saying, though. The idea of America was that you're not going to be persecuted for your religious belief. So don't then tell me I got to believe the Bible as the source. The reason why America is a place is because they were Protestants. You know what that is, right? [01:28:19] Speaker B: Yeah. [01:28:20] Speaker C: There's people that get paid for sex. [01:28:24] Speaker A: The idea here is my argument stands true if all the books that were written are using the Bible as the source. Now we have to verify the Bible. You can't just give me that God wrote it bullshit. You can't just give me that trust and have faith. Now we're talking about the original source. [01:28:41] Speaker B: We got to go read the Book of Enoch in the apple crafter. [01:28:43] Speaker A: Fuck a book, is what I'm saying. Who lived then? You tell me how Jesus lived. [01:28:48] Speaker B: Because you saw him. [01:28:48] Speaker A: If you don't shut up not you. Not you. [01:28:50] Speaker B: Yeah, I know. [01:28:51] Speaker A: I'm not telling you shut up. I'm saying the royal shut up. [01:28:54] Speaker C: Right? [01:28:54] Speaker A: If you did not walk with Jesus, he might have. [01:28:57] Speaker C: Because again, I told you, he's not alive. So he might be dead since then. God damn. [01:29:05] Speaker A: My point is, though, is obviously of course, we're in a simulation, so it doesn't matter anyway. Yeah, but if we were in a base reality, organic reality, I'm tired of hearing stories because I can't trust them anymore. Just like I can't trust the news anymore. I thought for sure the one place I could get information about COVID was going to be CNN. I really did, man. I really thought I would. Prior to that, we had started having trouble with the news and stuff because we felt like it wasn't necessarily speaking to us anymore, right? But COVID did it. COVID was the straw that broke the camel's back, I'm sure for most of y'all. [01:29:41] Speaker B: For me, too. [01:29:42] Speaker A: Yeah. It was just like, yo, this is not reality. You got Chris Como on there basically calling people basement, basically calling people villains for not taking the vaccine. [01:29:54] Speaker B: Jimmy Kimmel made a joke, was like, would you rather save somebody with heart surgery? But that's not vaccinated. I was just like, it was bad. That 2020. Somebody's going to have to make a documentary about 2020. [01:30:08] Speaker A: They will. [01:30:10] Speaker B: There was Niggas dressed like fucking Transformers just to go to Walmart. [01:30:16] Speaker A: No, they dress like they were in the Outbreak Monkey. [01:30:20] Speaker C: Yeah, they actually have a mask and. [01:30:23] Speaker A: That plastic mask on top of it. [01:30:25] Speaker C: But the funny thing is two masks. I remember in the beginning I was a little scared too, though. [01:30:32] Speaker A: No, in the beginning I was fucking. [01:30:34] Speaker B: We all had the right to be scared in the beginning. [01:30:36] Speaker C: No, because the videos that were coming out of China, look how many guns. [01:30:40] Speaker A: We bought in that period. [01:30:40] Speaker C: Oh, my goodness. We got armored. [01:30:43] Speaker A: I got like 60% of my guns. [01:30:45] Speaker C: During COVID Yeah, the armor, I mean, it got wild. But the thing about it is, again, the propaganda, right? There was no one challenging any of this stuff. And we're seeing videos. I remember specifically where motherfuckers were just. [01:30:59] Speaker A: Falling out, walking and dying. [01:31:00] Speaker C: Walking and hitting their face flat on the walking and dying. Like, wait a minute. COVID was never that. [01:31:08] Speaker A: So. Look. [01:31:09] Speaker C: The American COVID. [01:31:11] Speaker A: Mac. [01:31:11] Speaker C: Never was that ever mac. [01:31:13] Speaker A: 2000 years from now, those are the videos they're going to see. They're going to see Chris Cuomo on TV. That's what they're going to have in the archives. Well, maybe if this podcast lasts that long. Maybe if we last even if we. [01:31:27] Speaker C: Don'T, we still got the fucking records. This shit is forever. [01:31:32] Speaker A: They're going to see Chris Cuomo. They're going to see that Chinese lady falling flat on her fucking face at the bus stop. So they're going to believe that as the truth. Now, I challenge you to knowing that, you know that go back 2000 years from now. And how much history do we really. [01:31:49] Speaker B: Like, yes, they've been doing that. [01:31:51] Speaker A: History is written by the victors or whatever. Yes, but it's more nefarious than that because not only was it written by the victors, there's the potential for it to be fake. [01:32:00] Speaker C: And this is the thing too, right? [01:32:01] Speaker B: If we've been doing this shit, you. [01:32:03] Speaker A: All can't both talk at the same time, bro. [01:32:06] Speaker C: Reggie just he's not alive, though. [01:32:09] Speaker A: His hearing is delayed. He didn't know you were talking yet. [01:32:12] Speaker C: So I feel like we have so many receipts now of fake shit that was passed off as real shit. Like that movie fucking Reefer Madness where they would fucking had motherfuckers raping motherfuckers and killing people after hitting a joint. [01:32:32] Speaker A: Birth of a Nation. Black people are rapists, right? [01:32:36] Speaker C: It's just some just wild shit that was being passed off as authentic, fact driven information that we now know is full of shit. [01:32:48] Speaker A: But look to what's so crazy, though, right? It took us years to recognize Reefer Madness and Birth of a Nation, right? It took us years to recognize the propaganda in that this is happening real time right now. We literally see the way they did COVID. We literally see the way they did Trump. We see it in real time being bullshit and they're lying about COVID and Trump and whatever. And yet there are still a certain group of people who are willing to ride for that shit so hard. And as an intelligent human being, you have to know that you have to extrapolate your favorite word. You have to extrapolate from right now to 20,000 years ago, right? The shit that I'm experiencing right now, is it possible that's my question now listen to my question. Is it possible that the same thing happened for the past 2000 years? Yes or no? [01:33:36] Speaker B: Yes. And I feel like it was even way easier 2000 years ago because they. [01:33:39] Speaker A: Had yeah, there was the internet. I write a book and you just believe me. [01:33:44] Speaker B: Yeah. [01:33:44] Speaker C: Hey, look at these guys on the moon. [01:33:46] Speaker B: Which makes more sense why they're doing it so confidently now because they have 2000 years of data on how to manipulate that shit, bro. Because now they're doing it to the point where I'm like, they think we're dumb. Like, you saw the Mexican aliens? [01:33:59] Speaker A: Yeah. What do you think about that paper machete? It looked very weird. Did you see no, no. Listeners who have not seen this yet. [01:34:10] Speaker C: Holy shit. [01:34:11] Speaker A: There was a three hour live stream in Mexican Congress and I've watched that. [01:34:18] Speaker B: Shit because, you know me, I'm like, if aliens really are here, we should talk. [01:34:21] Speaker A: I watched it too, but I knew the timestamp it happened in like 2 hours, in 240. So there was a congressional meeting where scientists made a case for discovering aliens. They brought the aliens with them and call Muffins and put them they were sitting up on the table all the time with covers over them, right? Nobody knew what they were. They were talking, talking. Finally, he unveiled. They took the covers off. They opened the little locks on the side of the crates. [01:34:45] Speaker C: Motherfuckers, why do you have to lock in a dead alien? [01:34:48] Speaker A: I don't know. The motherfuckers were about this big. That's it. That's the length. And there were aliens sitting there. They're about that tall, and they were mummified looking. They said they know ancient or whatever, but they were tiny. They were probably about the size from my foot to my knee. That's how tall they were. And this was congressional. This is not just some nigga on the internet saying it. This is the Mexican congress they met to talk about this thing. And then they can't believe you see it. [01:35:14] Speaker B: They even showed the quote, unquote crash because they said it was a crash. [01:35:17] Speaker A: I didn't see that part. [01:35:18] Speaker B: Like the plane. [01:35:19] Speaker A: I stopped watching how they opened the car when I saw yeah. [01:35:21] Speaker B: When I saw the paper machete, I'm like, all right, because they got me hyped. [01:35:25] Speaker A: Because I don't know if it's paper machete. Look, mummified. Yeah, mummified. Excuse me, not mummy. [01:35:30] Speaker B: It just looked like they made it with paper machete. [01:35:36] Speaker A: But that's a record. That's a historical record now. [01:35:40] Speaker B: So nobody debunked the Mexican government yet? [01:35:43] Speaker A: No, because they said as a matter of fact, the dude said, this looks. [01:35:47] Speaker C: Like that little nigga from fucking AirTV? [01:35:51] Speaker D: No. [01:35:51] Speaker C: From Et. No. Minute Black, when he was said it's on Orion's belt and he was inside the fucking head of the other one. Yeah, he looks like that dude. [01:36:04] Speaker A: Where do you think they got that from in that movie? Mexico? No. So my problem, though, is that it's to the point now where a learned person would believe that if you want real information, you got to get it from books. But I know that anybody can fucking write a book. And I know that they only publish the ones they want to be heard. And if they wrote the history books and they wrote the Bible and they wrote whatever, you're telling me that they didn't decide who gets to publish a book and who doesn't. Now that you can self publish these days, the past maybe 20 years or so, you can self publish. Right before that, there was no you couldn't afford it to self publish. The hoops and obstacles you had to go through to do it were just insurmountable. [01:36:52] Speaker C: Well, isn't that much like what you said about the scientific community? [01:36:57] Speaker A: You don't lose your funding if you don't say what they want you to. This is this is something that Graham Hancock has said often. But the reason why they have not done more discovery in certain places, especially America america is the worst at this is because the scientific community, the peer review, will not approve anything that predates when they say Native Americans were here. So if there's anything that's more ancient than Native Americans, which is fucking a few weeks ago. If there's anything more ancient than that, they're like, no, not possible. There weren't people here yet. That was before the land bridge developed. That was before they came in. [01:37:35] Speaker B: What if you can prove that with. [01:37:36] Speaker A: Whatever you found, they won't let you? That's what I'm saying. [01:37:39] Speaker B: They won't even give you funding. [01:37:40] Speaker A: And if you try to do it, they'll discredit you as being a right. [01:37:43] Speaker C: Right. Everybody else, all the other respected people will fucking say no. [01:37:49] Speaker A: He's banned from Egypt right now because he has a lot of evidence that strongly suggests the pyramids are not 4000 years old but 10,000 years old. And he says that you can tell, based off the way the Sphinx is weathered the fact that it's a lion head and it wasn't before. It used to be a human head. They redid it and made it a lion head. The head is much smaller than the rest of the body because they chiseled out the head and made it look like a lion. No, excuse me, a pharaoh. [01:38:20] Speaker C: Right. [01:38:20] Speaker A: It was a lion head. And if it were 10,000 years old, that would match up with the younger dryas. That would match up with the year. So the Leo is the astrological sign. Then there's like so much evidence that he has but they've banned him from fucking Egypt, the whole city. He can't even go in Egypt because the Egyptologist would be made to look bad. [01:38:40] Speaker C: Right. [01:38:41] Speaker A: So the community has agreed now fuck that. We have years and years and years of Egyptology. We can't go against the grain here because it would upset everything. I thought that was the point of science. [01:38:51] Speaker C: It just makes all of our shit null and void. [01:38:53] Speaker A: I thought that was the point of scientific method, not science. Excuse me. I thought that was the point of the scientific method was that everything is testable and it remains so forever. [01:39:02] Speaker C: Right. Because isn't that the thing? Like you have to have one person that at least is doing something discerning to what everybody else is saying? Right. Isn't that part of the scientific method where you have to have someone else that is presenting something? [01:39:18] Speaker A: Not necessarily, but you have to leave it open for test. For the scientific method to be valid, it has to be left open to test. But what if I told you they don't really let people test? They pretend they do, but they don't really let you test. [01:39:32] Speaker C: Yeah, it makes sense. Because again, I think if you are trying to establish a narrative, you can't. [01:39:38] Speaker B: So really? So if I want to do something if I found something or something that gives me the hunch that hey, I can just show proof. Before Native American something was I bet. [01:39:49] Speaker C: You found some things that give you the hunch. [01:39:53] Speaker B: They would say, no. [01:39:54] Speaker A: Well, you got your own money. You better be independently rich. [01:39:58] Speaker B: And then, even if I was, they probably would discredit. [01:40:01] Speaker A: They would discredit it. They will make you look like a fucking idiot. [01:40:04] Speaker B: So that lets me know some shit happened. [01:40:06] Speaker A: Brian, I've been trying to tell you. They've erased our history here in America. And now I'm saying now that I'm not even sure about any of the fucking history. And I love history. This is why it's so disheartening to me, because I love history. I think it's exciting. I think it's interesting. But I don't know that I can believe most of it anymore or any of it anymore, right? If I didn't live through it, and even if I live, how do they. [01:40:26] Speaker B: Talk about 911 now? [01:40:28] Speaker A: That's the thing. Even if I live through it, we live through COVID, and we still have people that will ride for this shit, the vaccine, and they're just really ready to ride for it. And you're like, Nah, I lived through this. And it wasn't that, right? Not all those people that died weren't dying because COVID was so strict. Was it because of the other shit that they had going on? COVID attached to that, and some of that combined killed those people? [01:40:50] Speaker C: Remember it? Because, again, I think if we go back to it, the shit that caused my fears were falling out. It was a falling out, right? Intense shit. And then the nursing homes that were fucking woke up, and half the fucking population of the nursing home was dead overnight. And you're like, holy shit. I mean, how many old people? But all the motherfuckers had something else. [01:41:10] Speaker A: You ever seen Watchmen? [01:41:12] Speaker C: Yeah. [01:41:12] Speaker A: You remember when at the end, the blonde dude was talking about how he could tricked everybody into thinking that the blue guy was the one that was doing it, that he caused cancer? He put some shit in the ceiling to make the other motherfuckers breathe in, and they died from that, right? And all these years have passed by. He's thinking, oh, I did that. I killed them. It's me. It's my fault, right? And that was him. [01:41:36] Speaker C: That was him. [01:41:37] Speaker A: He didn't even realize he wasn't the problem. You telling me that's not the kind of shit that happens to us motherfuckers on purpose do something, and they have this greater idea. He's like, yeah, but the reason why you can't ever tell anybody I lied is because that will cause the Cold War to come back. And the Russians will be back. Right? Now, the Russians and the Americans have grouped together to fight you. But if you tell them it's a lie, then they'll be enemies again, and we'll have a nuclear war. The earth gets destroyed. So they have an idea. I'm thinking they have an idea of reason why they're doing it. But why not just tell the truth? Why lie and tell us COVID killing people when it's obvious anecdotally that that's not the case? [01:42:16] Speaker C: Because I think there's still enough people that will believe the lie that you can control those people. [01:42:22] Speaker B: And think about it like Jamie Mac was talking about, I don't know if it was the last week's episode, but he was talking about how you say the letter you would give to your child is to not fall for the group thing. I think once you fall for the group thing, it's hard to rewind, to go back. Once you become a product of that, I don't think. Because now you bought in so much to it, you don't even want to go back. [01:42:43] Speaker A: That's the thing. And that's the problem in Egypt right now. That's the Egyptologist they've bought into the idea that they were right. Graham Hancock comes with this idea. What are you talking about, 10,000 years? No, everyone knows it was 4000 years ago. You don't make any sense. And then now here we are where I don't even trust any of history anymore. [01:43:01] Speaker C: See, but then this has become slippery, right? Oh, it's slick. You're like, oh, you were born or you were given this idea that men should have sex with only women. [01:43:20] Speaker A: You're saying that it's. But here's the problem right? Here's the universal truth that you cannot get around babies. You can't make a baby, bro, if that's what we're here for. If you see that, that's the proof right there. God doesn't like gay people. It's not me disliking gay people. Right. Obvious. The universe doesn't like gay people. [01:43:37] Speaker B: I think the universe didn't design that. And then it just happened. [01:43:40] Speaker C: And in those instances where they do have it, right, the other person or the other end can metamorphize or. [01:43:54] Speaker B: Size. [01:43:56] Speaker A: That was even worse than what he said. [01:43:58] Speaker C: I got half a gallon in my throat right now, bro, because of that beef chicken. I feel you. [01:44:04] Speaker A: So you're going to throw your food away? [01:44:06] Speaker C: No, I'm going to probably reg. You want it, man? Because I know you probably wouldn't eat it. [01:44:09] Speaker A: No, I wouldn't. [01:44:09] Speaker B: I'll probably take it. [01:44:10] Speaker C: Yeah, because didn't even touch it. I took like a piece out of it when I was on the way here. [01:44:14] Speaker A: That's nuts, man. One piece has you going back and forth to the bathroom. [01:44:17] Speaker C: Yeah. [01:44:18] Speaker A: You've gotten up probably, I'd say ten times. Yeah. [01:44:20] Speaker C: I'm telling you, this shit is real, my niggas. [01:44:22] Speaker B: And that's a real thing from a tick. [01:44:24] Speaker C: So again, before I ever got it remember we talked about it? Yeah, we talked about it on our show. [01:44:28] Speaker A: I was being funny, like, yo, you all got to watch out because you got bit by that tick before. So I like, watch out. [01:44:33] Speaker B: And then you got fucking bit by one. [01:44:34] Speaker C: Right. [01:44:35] Speaker A: Either your first asshole because I warned you, either you're an asshole or you're the most unlucky motherfucker in the world. [01:44:40] Speaker C: Well, again, I feel like God is just making me have a more healthier diet. [01:44:44] Speaker A: Where were you when you got bit? [01:44:46] Speaker C: In my house. [01:44:47] Speaker A: You were not in your house. I don't know what you were outside cutting the grass. [01:44:51] Speaker C: Yeah. [01:44:52] Speaker A: Stop cutting the grass. [01:44:54] Speaker C: Yeah, I do now. [01:44:55] Speaker A: You know most people who cut grass have you ever looked at a landscaper. [01:44:58] Speaker C: Or a person who works and they're always covered up? [01:44:59] Speaker A: Yeah, long sleeves and long feet. I mean, long pants with a hat on, maybe gloves on. They have boots on. [01:45:08] Speaker C: Usually something. They cover their faces. [01:45:09] Speaker A: So how did you cut grass? Go. [01:45:11] Speaker C: Not like that. [01:45:14] Speaker B: Gave you this allergic reaction? Yeah. [01:45:16] Speaker C: Yes. [01:45:16] Speaker A: Long star tick. [01:45:17] Speaker B: That's what happened to me. [01:45:18] Speaker A: Look up. Long star tick. [01:45:19] Speaker C: What do you mean? [01:45:19] Speaker B: Because I went and got an allergy test. Because I'm like, I've been getting allergic reactions. I don't even know why. And then when I went and got the test, they said I'm allergic to shit. [01:45:26] Speaker A: Pussy. [01:45:27] Speaker B: They said I'm allergic to shit. That don't make no sense. Like soy peanuts. [01:45:30] Speaker A: I'm like, you're allergic to peanuts? [01:45:32] Speaker B: I eat those things on the daily. [01:45:34] Speaker C: That's why you probably have a fucking allergic reaction. [01:45:37] Speaker B: But I never used to. But he started come out of nowhere. [01:45:40] Speaker A: How do they know off a test? [01:45:41] Speaker C: It's a prick thing. [01:45:43] Speaker A: No, that's not what I asked you. How do they know? I'm not asking you how do they do it? I'm asking you, how do they know? Because it seems like you'd have to have okay, maybe asshole. [01:45:51] Speaker C: So they prick you with all of. [01:45:52] Speaker B: These different shit out of me. [01:45:54] Speaker C: So it's like a fucking board with all these fucking needles that have all these different fucking things that stick you a lot. No, it's just one. It's like a stamp. [01:46:02] Speaker B: ABCD. [01:46:03] Speaker C: Okay, so the one I seen when my son went through this shit is like one of those ancient fucking iron maiden things with hella needles on it. Right. And then they circle to see which is they could see what holes correlate to what fucking things and then where the reactions come from. [01:46:21] Speaker A: Yeah, well, how can you do that without a test, without a control? Excuse me, that's my problem. How can they do this test without a control? That's a good point. [01:46:28] Speaker B: That's why I said, let's do the blood work. [01:46:30] Speaker A: Yeah, I think you'd have to I think you'd have to do a before and after panel. The before panel would be you have to cleanse your body for a month. [01:46:40] Speaker B: I'm just guessing because before I was taking antihistamines when I was getting the breakouts. So they told me, do not take it for seven days. [01:46:46] Speaker A: We were taking antihistamines. [01:46:48] Speaker B: Yeah, whatever. [01:46:51] Speaker A: What product were you taking? Because antihistamine the same shit. [01:46:55] Speaker B: Zertex, those things. But it's the actual drug. I was getting a strong dose, so I wasn't getting, like, over the counter. [01:47:01] Speaker A: Can I tell you something? I don't know if it was yeah, it was Zertech. I took Zertech for a week and I started itching my ass off. I couldn't sleep at night. Once you stopped taking that during taking I was taking. Zyrtec and I was scratching. I couldn't sleep and I could I couldn't control it. Right? I couldn't control you remember this, Mac? This is back when I first met you, I think. I couldn't control it. I was like, guys. And it would keep me up all night. I stopped taking it and it got fucking worse. It lasted for another two weeks, I think, where I couldn't sleep. Really? I was always getting up. I just had to walk around because I was always itching and it was because of Zyrtec. So I don't know that you're allergic to anything but fucking Zyrtec, bro. [01:47:41] Speaker B: So mine is not Zyrtec. But I'm just saying, it's just that generic version. Yeah, Zertec is the but I was just taking that drug for what? [01:47:48] Speaker A: Allergies? [01:47:49] Speaker B: Yeah, it worked for me. [01:47:50] Speaker A: You were taking your four allergies and. [01:47:52] Speaker B: Then you no, so when I took it, my allergic reaction stops. But because I had to take that allergy test, I had to stop taking it for seven days. Yeah, and I had to get on Prednisone, which is a steroid what? [01:48:04] Speaker A: What are you taking prednisone. [01:48:05] Speaker C: They've been giving prednisone. They've been giving prednisone for fucking everything, bro. [01:48:09] Speaker B: And that shit did not work. The prednisone did not work. [01:48:12] Speaker A: Take it for what? [01:48:14] Speaker B: For if I have an allergic reaction. Because I couldn't take the anti s. [01:48:17] Speaker A: What was your allergic do you mind? [01:48:19] Speaker B: I was getting hives. [01:48:20] Speaker A: From what? [01:48:21] Speaker B: That's why I'm starting for you were. [01:48:22] Speaker A: Just walking around Atlanta with hives. [01:48:23] Speaker B: It's just out of nowhere, in the middle of the day or the middle of the night, I started getting very itchy and hives started to come out. [01:48:28] Speaker A: And you started taking Zyrtec because of that? [01:48:30] Speaker B: Yeah. [01:48:30] Speaker A: Even though you didn't know. [01:48:32] Speaker B: Because I know, but that's how I respond to allergies, is hives. [01:48:34] Speaker A: Right, but Tuesday you were fine. Wednesday you started having hives. [01:48:38] Speaker B: So I took a zurtec. [01:48:39] Speaker A: Right. [01:48:39] Speaker B: And I was fine. [01:48:40] Speaker A: But why take a Zertech until you figure out why tuesday you were okay, and Wednesday you were fucked up. What? Between Tuesday and Wednesday? [01:48:47] Speaker B: So Tuesday I was fine, and Wednesday I got the hives. That's what you're saying in your example. [01:48:51] Speaker A: Right. [01:48:51] Speaker B: So on Wednesday when I saw I. [01:48:53] Speaker A: Got the hives, you just took a Zertech? I just took a Zurch. But I'm asking, why didn't you before taking Zurtec, try to figure out what the fuck made Tuesday and Wednesday different? Well, before your own test. [01:49:01] Speaker B: But this is my thing. Once I saw the hives, I already know that's allergic reaction. [01:49:04] Speaker C: What are you talking about? That's how I figured out I had afgal. [01:49:07] Speaker A: Why does this nick keep ignoring what I'm saying? [01:49:09] Speaker B: Because when you get an allergic reaction, you try to get rid of that shit. You don't even try to figure out, well, what did I do last? [01:49:15] Speaker C: Because you don't want no one to think it's herpes. [01:49:17] Speaker B: It's just you don't even know. Because sometimes it's hives. [01:49:19] Speaker A: Hives don't look like herpes. [01:49:20] Speaker B: Sometimes it's hives and then the next minute is shortness of breath. That's the thing with allergic reaction. You never know. Allergic allergic reaction, you never know. I take the medicine right away to get rid of the allergic reaction. [01:49:32] Speaker A: Did you eat peanuts right before you took the Zurte? Like, did that happen? [01:49:35] Speaker C: Peanut butter? [01:49:36] Speaker A: Because if you're allergic to peanuts, it's fuck no. [01:49:39] Speaker B: I got to do the blood work. I think it's something else. Is it possible? [01:49:43] Speaker A: Did you have this problem before you took the vaccine? [01:49:46] Speaker B: No, this is recent. This happened right after I came back from Europe, actually. [01:49:51] Speaker C: No, you're not hearing what he's saying. Did this happen before 2020? [01:49:57] Speaker B: No, this just happened. [01:49:58] Speaker A: Okay, no, but listen to what I'm saying, though. I'm not asking you did it just happen? I'm saying, did any of this occur prior to the vaccine? [01:50:05] Speaker C: Did you have these issues ever? [01:50:07] Speaker B: Right, not the random allergic reaction. The only time I ever had allergic reaction before is when I got hit with the thing I was allergic to, which is a chemical and removable paint. That's why I know when I get hives. [01:50:19] Speaker A: Removable paint? [01:50:20] Speaker B: Yeah. My first ever allergic experience was when I was like, 14. I helped get rid of the paint first, and then I had a removable paint. [01:50:30] Speaker A: What did you say he's allergic to removable paint. I don't even know what the fuck. [01:50:33] Speaker B: Removal it's something you put to get rid of paint. [01:50:37] Speaker A: Oh, tone paint thinner. Not paint thinner. [01:50:40] Speaker B: Paint thinner, whatever. But I was young removable paint and then I never used it ever since. [01:50:44] Speaker A: Because it was like nail polish remover. Dan foreigner say, does nail polish, like acetone? [01:50:49] Speaker B: Nail polish remover don't bother me. But that shit. [01:50:51] Speaker C: So when you get your nails done and you go you can get the. [01:50:54] Speaker A: Rainbow and it's all good? Yeah. Do you ever get the sparkles? [01:50:57] Speaker B: I don't get nothing. [01:50:58] Speaker A: You get the one nail different coat, the other nails. That's the boss. [01:51:02] Speaker C: I don't get the clear coat. Don't even front, boy, because you began the clear coat. I just got a pedicure. It ain't in my fucking she tried. [01:51:11] Speaker A: To ask me the other day, do I want nail polish clear coat. Nah, bro, I don't need no clear coat. Fuck is wrong with you? [01:51:18] Speaker C: The real motherfuckers know how to buff your shit to like a shine without no coat. [01:51:22] Speaker B: Coat clear. [01:51:23] Speaker A: They just I don't want them doing that either. I don't need my shit to shine. [01:51:26] Speaker B: What the fuck? [01:51:27] Speaker A: I'm a man. [01:51:27] Speaker C: I thought you was a pimp. [01:51:28] Speaker A: Yeah, I am. [01:51:29] Speaker C: Pimps have long fingernails in that shine. [01:51:31] Speaker A: History has lied to you. That's not how pimps that's not how pimps actually looked. [01:51:35] Speaker B: Yeah, they look like. [01:51:38] Speaker A: Your mic is. [01:51:39] Speaker C: You pulled okay, French Reggie didn't. I don't I don't need history from somebody else's history to know what pimps look like. [01:51:48] Speaker A: Pimps lived with us, though. Pimps are still alive. [01:51:52] Speaker C: I'm not talking about like black exploitation pimps. [01:51:57] Speaker B: Yeah. [01:51:58] Speaker A: I ain't be got no weapon. [01:52:02] Speaker C: So good. Man, if fuck you guys if you don't like the movie references, but check out Hollywood Shuffle. That shit is hilarious. [01:52:09] Speaker A: Shuffle is I watched it about four months ago. [01:52:13] Speaker C: Yeah, bruh it holds up, man. [01:52:15] Speaker A: It's not good quality anymore because it looked old school, right? But if you remember, it wasn't back then either, right? It was kind of cheesy. But Bruh Hollywood Shuffle holds up. Especially that part where that whole cake shit is funny. Hole gotta eat, too. Hole's got to eat, too. It holds up, man. It's like go watch it. Have you ever seen Hollywood Shuffle? What's his name? Ralph Townsend. [01:52:35] Speaker C: Robert Townsend. [01:52:36] Speaker A: Robert Townsend. Bruh it holds up. Go check it out. I'm not saying it's the best movie. [01:52:40] Speaker C: In the world, right? [01:52:41] Speaker A: I'm not even saying it's well produced. But I think he paid for that out of his own pocket. [01:52:45] Speaker C: And it's just multiple different. [01:52:48] Speaker A: I think you'll be surprised how much it holds up. [01:52:50] Speaker C: Yeah, he's, I think an innovative comedian a little bit ahead of his time. Yeah, for sure. Ain't got no weapon where's my bitch? [01:53:06] Speaker A: I love him. French Reggie's like, what the fact that. [01:53:14] Speaker C: We could just quote this shit, like off the because I'm telling you, people said, what is the most quoted movie in our Friday? [01:53:23] Speaker A: Yeah, Friday is now. [01:53:24] Speaker C: But back then it was, that for sure. [01:53:26] Speaker B: Hollywood Shuffle. [01:53:27] Speaker A: Hollywood Shuffle. [01:53:28] Speaker B: Yeah. [01:53:28] Speaker A: You probably find it on like, Pluto or Tubi or something. Yeah, I don't know if you can find on the Major. I'll look it up before while you all are talking. [01:53:37] Speaker B: If it's an old school movie, it should be easy to find. [01:53:40] Speaker A: I got this app called, like, real good, I think. R-E-E. Is that for sex? G-O-O-D. No. [01:53:45] Speaker B: Sounds like a point. [01:53:46] Speaker A: No, it's how you find dating app. It's real good. R-E-E-L-G-O-D. [01:53:51] Speaker C: Okay. All right. [01:53:52] Speaker A: Like a real movie reel? Yeah, real good like that. [01:53:55] Speaker C: Okay. [01:53:55] Speaker A: And then you can type in a movie and it'll tell you where you can find it. [01:53:59] Speaker C: So will fucking Amazon Prime. [01:54:01] Speaker A: No, it won't. [01:54:02] Speaker C: I bet I bet if I only the shit on. No, no. [01:54:08] Speaker A: This gives me everything. So right now you can see it on Tubi and Pluto. What I said to Be and Pluto. That's the place. You can rent it on Apple TV, not on prime, dickhead. [01:54:17] Speaker C: So again, I'm telling you that you're. [01:54:20] Speaker A: In prime right now. [01:54:21] Speaker C: Yep. [01:54:21] Speaker A: Search hollywood shuffle. [01:54:23] Speaker C: I'm about to. [01:54:23] Speaker A: And tell me what it says. It's going to send you somewhere else. It ain't going to get it to you. [01:54:27] Speaker C: Well, it's going to tell me where. [01:54:28] Speaker A: I can watch it because it's not available on prime. It's going to tell you you can watch it on Netflix. No, stop it, man. [01:54:36] Speaker C: Bro, it won't when's the last time you fucked with prime every day. [01:54:42] Speaker A: I just got through watching something on prime. You didn't find it, did you? [01:54:46] Speaker C: No, it's just spin. I told you I get bad service. [01:54:51] Speaker A: Keep it real, my nigga. [01:54:53] Speaker B: It came up empty. You got donuts. [01:54:54] Speaker C: My Metro PCs is still spinning. Okay, here we go. Hollywood shop. Free trial again. [01:55:00] Speaker B: Free trial on Amazon. [01:55:02] Speaker C: So you can watch no, maybe free. [01:55:04] Speaker A: V, which is the same as Tubi or Pluto with commercials. I don't even think you can play it, though. I'll wait. The listeners will wait. We're all waiting. Everybody's just going to wait. [01:55:16] Speaker C: How do I watch this? So you can rent, buy or [email protected] to watch prime video? [01:55:24] Speaker A: Yeah, you can buy it. You can rent it. But I'm talking about if you just want to stream it. [01:55:27] Speaker C: Yeah. [01:55:28] Speaker B: So in other words, Amazon will sell. You apologize? [01:55:30] Speaker A: Do you apologize? [01:55:31] Speaker C: You were right. [01:55:32] Speaker A: Okay. [01:55:34] Speaker C: Yeah. [01:55:35] Speaker A: Hollywood shovel. Check that out, though. We're out of time. [01:55:38] Speaker C: Yeah, I know. [01:55:38] Speaker A: Yeah. [01:55:39] Speaker B: You really made me, like, now I want to that whole history shit just changed my whole it's fucked up. [01:55:43] Speaker C: I thought you were going to talk about he made you think about your fucking allergies, like, and why you were fucking what's going on with your body. But that's cool. You can I mean, the history shit is dope, too. [01:55:54] Speaker B: That's what I'm saying. I got to do the blood work. [01:55:56] Speaker A: That's weird, bro. I'm interested. I don't know how they can do it without a control, but, hey, if they got it that's why I was. [01:56:01] Speaker B: Like, what the fuck are you talking about? Like, I grew up eating all these food. Like, they said soy. [01:56:04] Speaker C: Maybe it ain't the same food no more. [01:56:06] Speaker A: You ate a lot of soy? [01:56:07] Speaker B: That's why I don't eat a lot of soy. [01:56:09] Speaker A: Oh, I thought you said grew up eating a lot of it. [01:56:10] Speaker B: But I'm saying that may be why. [01:56:12] Speaker A: You had speak to women. So all I'm saying is, all that. [01:56:15] Speaker B: Estrogen I thought it was the grass. I thought it was the grass. [01:56:19] Speaker C: You was rolling around on grass recently? [01:56:20] Speaker B: No, but I just thought it was like pollen. [01:56:21] Speaker A: Like I started seasons changing. [01:56:23] Speaker B: Yeah, I thought it was, but because it all started when I was in Europe, like Amsterdam flight on my way to America. At the middle of the airport, I was breaking out with hives. And then, luckily, because I was in Amsterdam, they had a pharmacy there. I got some medicine there. [01:56:37] Speaker C: Do you ever think about what they stuck you in with the vaccine? [01:56:41] Speaker B: Yeah, I mean, the thing is, it's taking three years for it to have an effect. [01:56:46] Speaker A: They got time. [01:56:50] Speaker C: It would be super obvious if it happened immediately. Right. [01:56:55] Speaker B: This is my first side effect. [01:56:57] Speaker A: That's a pretty significant one, though, wouldn't you say? [01:56:59] Speaker B: Yeah, if it's allergic reactions. [01:57:01] Speaker A: Yeah. Hives all over your body or whatever. And are they everywhere? Are they localized to certain places? [01:57:05] Speaker B: No, they'll go everywhere. [01:57:06] Speaker A: Yeah. [01:57:07] Speaker B: When it's hives, it usually starts in my inner thigh. [01:57:11] Speaker C: Oh, no. [01:57:11] Speaker B: And then it goes to my inner arm. Yeah. Sometimes even my ball. [01:57:15] Speaker A: Have you done a test for Eczema or plaque psoriasis or something like that as you're getting older? [01:57:22] Speaker B: I've done that in the past, but I can look I would look at that, too. [01:57:25] Speaker A: You never know, you know what I'm saying? Because the areas that you're talking about are places where Eczema pops up. That's why I asked. [01:57:30] Speaker C: Eczema on your balls. [01:57:32] Speaker B: Eczema is hives, too. [01:57:34] Speaker A: Eczema is not hives. Eczema actually has to do with the PH balance. [01:57:37] Speaker C: So it's acid and alkaline and that black rack sanding the 3%. Your PH might be off. [01:57:47] Speaker A: Yeah. [01:57:48] Speaker B: Got to drink more water. [01:57:51] Speaker A: Stop dishing. Listeners, we appreciate you guys tuning once again to the no Nonsense Show. Make sure you go out to the podcast not the podcast, the website. And check out all the shows on the network. Follow us on our socials. What else we got? What else we got? [01:58:08] Speaker C: What else we got? Challenge. Challenge the status quo. [01:58:13] Speaker B: Yeah. [01:58:13] Speaker A: Challenge yourself. Challenge yourself, bro. [01:58:16] Speaker B: It's hard. [01:58:16] Speaker A: It's difficult because sometimes you think you got it right. [01:58:20] Speaker C: Sometimes it just feels right. [01:58:22] Speaker A: Right? Yeah. Here's what I don't want you to do. I don't want you to bounce your beliefs off other people, but I do want you to be open to things that other people come up with or things that other people believe. It's okay to listen. It's okay to challenge yourself. It's okay to question. If you have it all right. [01:58:45] Speaker B: It's okay. [01:58:46] Speaker A: But have things in place to protect you from making stupid decisions when you're doing that. That's all I'm saying. Make sure you have the things in protection, because I would prefer that you get it wrong if you're protected. But if you get it wrong and you're not protected, then there may be catastrophic outcomes. So make sure you have it all in protection mode. Other than that, keep supporting us, keep interacting with us, and we'll keep bringing the nonsense because we realize that sometimes people just need to laugh. Till next time. 10% less bullshit than any other podcast guaranteed.

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