The Adam Friedland Show (Cumtown) - The Adam Friedland Show Podcast - Episode 26

Episode Date: October 26, 2023

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Starting point is 00:00:00 Hello and welcome to the Adam Friedland show podcast. I'm with you. You're thinking about changing it up and not saying it in the exact same way every single time. Like the office didn't know. Hello and welcome like every time every single time. That's what a show is like. Dun dun dun dun.
Starting point is 00:00:24 Dun dun dun. Dun dun dun. That's what a show is like What they have a different theme song every I mean the I guess the wire did it every season. What's wrong with my intro? You do one Nick it's just you know you could just say you do one you could just say it differently. Just give me an example Just fucking hey. Hey, how's it going guys? It's Wednesday October 25th 225 p.m. And That was really the idea has just murder okay, I was really good. Yeah, really good
Starting point is 00:00:57 Al Jazeera Journalist whale. I'll do do his family has been murdered. I'll I'll do All I'll do to his family has been murdered. I'll, I'll do. Well, well, I'll do. We made fun of a guy who just lost his family. I'm struggling to read. I'm struggling to read. You just fucked this name.
Starting point is 00:01:13 I'm sure. I'm warning man. Struggling to read. All right, so that's, that's a, I mean, Nick, well, you just tried to silence me as, I don't understand why as soon as I brought it up. You called a guy that just lost his entire family. Well, I said the, I, as soon as I, I I said the ID as soon as I said the IDF is murdered. He said all right.
Starting point is 00:01:29 I what you I mean it's on the record. I just said it's 225 PM and the IDF is just murdered this man's family. You said all right. All right. All right. You wanted me to stop speaking. So I was kind of flustered because you were silent because I knew that you were about to call him poop No, yeah, I did you didn't yeah, and you managed to offend both sides of congratulations. No, I did I'm Rachel Dole first, but I didn't call him that I'm trying to read his name while being silenced by you I'm not being silenced. I'm just saying do you not want to talk about that? I mean we don't have to if you'd like to You want to talk about this guy's fan? What? Did you see this? Yeah, you just showed it to me 20 seconds before we got to the end.
Starting point is 00:02:10 Yeah, I mean, do you not want to talk about it? It's fine. Where are you like claiming that I'm trying to, like, what? That I'm, I don't want to talk about an incredibly tragic thing that happened. Well, I don't know. It seemed like it's just why because of, because I'm a Jewish person. You're the one saying it. I'm not saying it. I don't know, it seemed like it just was. Why? Because I'm a Jewish person. You're the one saying it, I'm not saying it. No, I mean, but you're like, weren't making eye contact, you're a little bit like, looking to the side.
Starting point is 00:02:32 That was a little bit of an anti-semitism face. An anti, it's like, Pixar face. That's a dream-work face, it's anti-semitism face. All right, so RIP to the Al Jazeera guy's family. It is pretty wild. It's crazy. Like, yeah, the video is crazy where he's like, well, because there's another headline with Blinken
Starting point is 00:02:52 bragging that he went to fucking guitar and told them to tell Al Jazeera to tone down their fucking reporting on the bombings. Blinken did that. And they said, okay. I don't know what they said, but I mean, to go like, I mean, it just did. Have you seen that video of him playing guitar? The great Satan of the West is just taking L after L after L.
Starting point is 00:03:16 You're talking about what's his name? The United States. The United States. You know, it says Western, western hegemony. That was so funny when Ahmedina John spoke at the UN right after Bush and he's like, I still smell the sulfur from Satan's speech. Did he say that? Yeah, he's like, I can still smell the sulfur. Yeah.
Starting point is 00:03:38 Oh, guys, before we begin the episode, we're gonna be covering all the topics that I before we begin the episode, October 27thth this weekend and 28th Seattle Washington laughs comedy club there. It's gonna sell out guys. There are very few tickets left get own it If there even is still a Seattle idea. What why you keep every time I go to speak you're like shut up I thought my Reflex was that you were gonna be like it's gonna not be funny and Re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re- Frazier and Grunge. Anyways, but the Frazier reboot is dog shit. It is. Yeah. Who is it? It's a it's it's what the kid is goth now. They're I don't know
Starting point is 00:04:37 Freddie. I don't know who cares. Is there a reason? What's the latest with the war? That's the only thing and that's all anybody's talk about. just only one here that will stay will stay on well um I don't know I because it's tough because like the genocide we've got two lists now you are like fed kind of the information that the algorithm tailors to you and so I'm not I don't have an account all I see is Ben Shapiro and Michael rap port and so like that's my version of the war. Michael Rappaport is the best one to go to right now. He's killing it.
Starting point is 00:05:10 Yeah. The Bumbumbing. Well, he has the Bumbumbing. He has the information. I mean, he is a famous New York Post-Common Tater. You know, he's like, he is the remnant of the old New York. Yeah. Just where all of his, he's like, he is the remnant of the old New York kind of. Yeah.
Starting point is 00:05:25 Just where all of his information is just like, just like, like the kind of, I mean, he might, if they're, like, he might as well think Santa Claus is real. You know, it's like that, it's like a cartoon explanation of like, the history of the Middle East. Yeah.
Starting point is 00:05:40 Well, I mean, he's as scared as I am about, well, he's scared about the same thing that I'm scared of. Well, he's as scared as I am about, well, he's scared about the same thing that I'm scared of. Oh, was it? With the impending wave of anti-Semitism that will grow inevitably out of the instability. But the answer to that is for Judaism to go back to its roots, which is what?
Starting point is 00:06:01 Which is based in ritual and the growth. Well, no, not program. I'm talking thousands a years ago We you know like what you need to do is you put a big dish outside of pick any synagogue in America And then we get Megan McCain and we draper over it and we slitter throat and drain all over blood Oh, and then boil it. Oh, you're saying like a like a sacrifice sacrifice. Like a pig, yeah. Well, you don't sacrifice pigs in the temple, actually. There were animal sacrifice. Outside.
Starting point is 00:06:30 Outside, you don't bring Meghan McCain in there. I mean, that would be, that would be anti-scifist. I feel like Jews in that temple would walk outside and they wouldn't be like, I guarantee you, I feel like they wouldn't be like, thank you. If we got a video of a rabbi slitting Meghan McCain stroke and burning her blood outside why make it McCain I don't that's if I when I imagine a beast to being sacrifice that's what pops in
Starting point is 00:06:54 If we had a video that I guarantee you would forced all any anti-semitism for at least okay at least 500 years Returned to my point about rap before it. I don't tend to agree with him about any of those crap about the more than the Middle East, but him and I can look into his eyes. I can see that he's afraid of the same. Can you, I don't think anybody can anymore. It's fucking old-fashioned. He's a little bit like this. Okay, but when I see him, right, when I see him do his front facing camera, I told you I was standing right there when him and Ari, if you were gotten into the oldest man fist fight I've ever seen in my life. Juiced hearing each other down. I was standing right there when him and Ari Shafir got into the oldest man fist fight I've ever seen in my life
Starting point is 00:07:26 Juiced hearing each other. I was talking standing there talking Ari and Michael Rappin walks up and he's like hey, are you are you are? ReShafir and he's like yeah, and he's like He's like he's like do you know who I am? I'm fine. I'm already like yeah, of course super boy, boy. And then he's like, he's like, you said, be women. And then like, Ari was like, yeah, don't you? Does he? And I don't know. He has like, ex-wife at a restraining order or something.
Starting point is 00:07:53 Oh, okay. But I hear both sides of that. Yeah, so Ari said that he, and then they started like, you know, rap horse. Were they slap boxing? Well, I mean, they're both fucking 75 years old. Ari's not that old. Yeah, he's like, he's older than you think he is.
Starting point is 00:08:08 Yeah. Anyway, are he was already like famous when I was 12 when you were 12? Yeah, like amazing racist shit came out way way back when he was on the amazing race. No, amazing racist. It was these videos he did read like round up day laborers and then drive the INS and blast the horn or... It's pretty mean. Yeah, it was pretty mean.
Starting point is 00:08:32 Yeah. Did you say sorry? I don't know. Sorry, though. Well, it was a long time ago. It's pretty funny. What, like, took the laugh at that person? With...
Starting point is 00:08:44 That's like, that's like, bum fights level content. Well, you're gonna go after him? Well, I just didn't even know about this crap. You purchase sex slaves. I don't know why you go after him. I never purchase sex slaves. All right. What are you, the fucking, what are you doing?
Starting point is 00:08:56 Well, you're going after Ari, a friend of ours, for doing a, yes, a tasteless prank. You described something that was the sound of very meat that I'd never, I never heard it. Okay, but I'm saying glasses. Listen think I was the sound and very mean that I never. I'm saying glasses. We got we got you. Listen, we're both. You're coming in hot. We're brothers. We're brothers. We're brothers. We're coming in hot today. We're brothers. We're brothers. We're brothers. You're coming. Coming in hot today. Saying we're not going to bring up the. Okay.
Starting point is 00:09:16 Listen, wait. I can't even get my Michael Rappaport point apart. Oh, I can't. I'm not going to mention that. We're we're we're good. I know you started. I'm going to blink No, you popped you popped off immediately when I said hello and welcome to the Adam Friedleys show podcast I said are you fucking do it the same way every time And then what is it and then you can do it a little bit different is all I'm saying I'm just saying I thought that if you have a consistent format then people feel like you're alive censoring you're censoring, right off the gate censoring.
Starting point is 00:09:48 And then what was the last thing you just did? Oh, yeah. You accused Ari of buying sex slaves when that's what you have done yourself. That's right. Okay. Right there. I just said, but you describing taking a undocumented immigrant
Starting point is 00:10:03 to INS as a prank sounds kind of mean. It sounds kind of a little bit mean, no? Yeah. Okay, thank you. I didn't bring it up. I'm sorry, I should. I just said that you brought it up. I didn't even know what it was.
Starting point is 00:10:18 I thought you were talking about the fucking CBS show the amazing race. No, no. Legitimally I did. He had a series called the amazing racist. I don't know what it was on, but I mean, I've been aware of our issue. It was on television.
Starting point is 00:10:30 I don't remember. I've been aware of our issue since like 2002. Okay. My main point about Michael Rappford is this, right? He's going one side, I'm going the other side. We don't agree on the politics of the situation, side. We don't agree on the politics of the situation, right? We don't agree on the morality of the situation. But him and I are both afraid of the same thing.
Starting point is 00:10:50 Megan McCain. No! With the inevitable and pending wave of anti-semitism that will come, no matter what happens, people are going to be hot. They're going to be tight on Jews after this, right? Are they? Will they?
Starting point is 00:11:07 I think so. They already are. Who? It seems like the only people actually criticizing Israel are Jews. It's just because we live in Brooklyn. So we think it's everybody. The rest of the country is all Christian psychos.
Starting point is 00:11:21 They're like, kill all the Muslims now. Kill them right now. Israel's finally doing the job. Okay. The Jews are finally good. Okay, so I'm not saying it's an inevitability, but if that is a fear that rap port and I have, the only reason we have that fear is what?
Starting point is 00:11:37 Well, Michael rap port's, you know, I think, I mean, he's like, we might lose something. He has Alzheimer's. We might lose something that is important to both of us. The World Series? No, what? Being a hip hop style juice.
Starting point is 00:11:55 Oh, okay. If we're not allowed to do that anymore, if I'm not allowed to, to like, the NBA and hip hop, because people are reevaluating the shoes. That would be painful for me. He gets away with it, because he's a relic from the early night.
Starting point is 00:12:13 I don't think he gets away with it. I think people laugh at it. Yeah, well, I know, but I mean, he gets away with it, because he's a 90s guy. Yeah. I don't even see him as a hip hop style Jew. I think if him is 90s, he's a 90s guy.
Starting point is 00:12:24 His entire thing is being hip-hop style Jew. I think of him as 90s guy. His entire thing is being a hip-hop style Jew. If I saw him hanging out with the seven up dot, you know, remember that guy? Or the noid from Pizza Hut? I'd be like, yeah, that makes sense. I wouldn't interpret that as me having like a stroke that I would see living cartoon characters. I would think, oh yeah, there's Michael Rabaporn
Starting point is 00:12:44 and his friends, the Hawaiian punch mask got. I think your brain is just like, it's like, 90s, Rapppport, dot, annoyed. Yeah, right, exactly. I think it's like, I think it's like, free associating. Everyone sees Michael Rappppboard as a 50 year old man who still talks in hip hop slang.
Starting point is 00:13:09 Right, like, was that David Frozen? I don't think we know. Who's that? David Frozen from Married of the Children. Bud? He talks about that? Yeah, he was a rapper. It was him Scott con
Starting point is 00:13:27 Michael rap a poor who else? Rude Jude Seth Green rude Jude as a book out Now Seth Green was never like that Seth Green was more of like a neon colored guy. Oh like a like Coachella Like I'm not even Coachella. He's like my association with Seth Green is he was created by the color palette of 1998. Scott. Yeah. Scott.
Starting point is 00:13:52 Yeah. Every day I think of him and I think of yeah, like hot orange and date slime green. Yeah. Yeah. Like a like sort of like a snowboard color. Yeah. That makes sense. But anyways, that's all I'm saying is this. like sort of like a snowboard color. Yeah, that makes sense. But anyways, that way.
Starting point is 00:14:08 All I'm saying is this, rapboard is deflecting because he's afraid of the same thing I'm afraid of. Which is that we can't be hip-hop style anymore. Well, what I want to happen is that I'm going to be taken away from the Indian guys. No, they're getting away with murder. It's insane. I see the way there are a lot of...
Starting point is 00:14:27 My internal dialogue is that. But I know that if I speak in that manner, people are going to think I'm an absolute joke. Yeah, but those lads, they're allowed to go full hip-hop style. They are. Anyway. I'm sorry, Nicholas.
Starting point is 00:14:43 What? You know, we need to be contentious for our friends that are watching the show right now. We need to be prickly. What are you talking about? I got defensive because you were telling me that my introductions to the show were bad. And they're devolved into something else. I don't know. It doesn't have anything to do with the war.
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Starting point is 00:15:40 This seems to be the real well it says it has words inside of it. The real packaging. Okay, let's open that coxucker up. No, what is powder in here? So you don't want to... Oh, let's do a couple bumps of beam. All right. So, did you know that poor sleep can cause weight gain, mood issues, poor mental health, and lower productivity?
Starting point is 00:15:59 And that sleeping less than six to seven hours per night is linked with reduced white blood cell count. And what are white blood cells, Nick? That's when you get AIDS. So I think that's T cells. Yeah, something like that. Something like that. White blood cells protect our body against illness and disease.
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Starting point is 00:16:45 item. Yeah, so it's like a little smoothie. You know we've been raving about beams dream powder. And they're healthy hawkow for sleep. As you know, this is nice. I'm going to explain it. As you know, as as as an anti-semit before bed every night, I have a nice warm glass of buttermilk that's sort of that's the move I just imagine that's what the Nazis did a nice hot boiling hot glass of buttermilk and now if you were with the Nazis right now they would laugh at you know would they they'd be like this guy is a joke he thinks this is about milk. It is about milk. Wait until he finds out.
Starting point is 00:17:26 You know they love the milk. They probably drink hot milk all the time. They're just doing anterol, dude. Yeah. That's all it was. You put this in the, you know, in hot milk. Can I get that thing? Is an immersion bling there?
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Starting point is 00:17:56 Do you want to keep rea- I'm explaining what's going on and keeping it in a rough, it means saying no. What else I do to- I said, I'm trying to explain it and say can I have that? How's that know? Because I'm just explaining what it is and you're asking to take things from me. Yeah, but how's that know? Well, you know what, go ahead, you do have it.
Starting point is 00:18:16 Please enjoy. You're gonna like, you're gonna tell me I'm wrong about the milk. No, no, I know you, you're like, I know the kind of guy you are. And in six months you're gonna remember that I asked you for the next. You're gonna tell me I'm wrong. You're like, and milk. And also. You're trying to check me on my-
Starting point is 00:18:30 And also, you asked me for that, like us, that little immersion blender thing for coffees. And this is based on what this is based on is you giving me as a gift that Kim Jong-un painting and then taking it back for Sammy St Sammy Stoll is in coming out. Oh, Sammy. Just, no, but I have it. No, I'll give it back.
Starting point is 00:18:48 No, no. And how did Sammy get it? I'll get it back to you and how did Sammy get it? Because you have to scan it for sure. Because I don't remember him coming to my fucking house and taking it. How did Sammy get it? What's the last gift you get?
Starting point is 00:18:59 How did Sammy get it? Actually, I know the last gift you got. How did Sammy get it? He got it because he had to scan it for the sure. How did he get it from me? I know the last question. How did Sammy get it? He got it because he had to scan it for the shirt. How did he get it from me? I gave it to him. And how did it get from me to him? I said, I need to scan these for shirts, and I'm selling.
Starting point is 00:19:15 And then you took it from me, a gift to him. It's not acceptable. Okay, add this little little stick. I don't care about that fucking thing. Yeah, you do, dude. I'm trying to talk about my nighttime milk and you're like, oh, that's wrong, that's not what happened. No, you said that the Nazis drank buttermilk
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Starting point is 00:20:02 What? If like one time, like, we talked to each other into that. Yeah. Yeah. I got a really bad headache now. I think from either too much, I want the ends or not enough. That's why I can't wait to take this stuff. We should, honestly, what we should do is I should take some of it on the show and then
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Starting point is 00:22:46 tubs array. Yeah, go through my tubs. Yeah, there's my there's my protein tub. Yeah, sleepy tub. When you hit them with that promo code, I just did shop beam dot com slash taps and use hot water's not working. We're not going to he's going to go to sleep. We have to shoot after. Yeah, I don't. Sorry. Don't just put him just like you're drugging Nick. Would you try to sexually assault our friend? Hey, easy. I stood up for you.
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Starting point is 00:23:31 You're just reading death all day. Yeah, that's what modern dating is. That's what, yeah. That's what Hinges is all about. That's what just, that's what he's always what just dating is now oh I should also say that beam is a functional wellness brand that makes products for it Have I mentioned have I mentioned this on the show yet? So obviously we've been really into the Pakistani memes targeting him I think we've actually talked about them. That's probably I mean they're amazing
Starting point is 00:24:02 They're really cooking right now. They're really funny, but something that's been shocking to me, and this is something that interests me quite a bit, is in a lot of the Pakistani-generated memes that go after Hindus for supporting Israel, the Indian guys are always portrayed with stink lines over them, or that they smell bad, which is, I feel kind of vindicated in having made stinky jokes. And because it's not a broad thing, you're just not going to go with anything today.
Starting point is 00:24:40 You're going to fucking zero everything out. What was it, my face? Yeah, yeah, yeah. Congratulations. No, okay. Congratulations was it, my face? Yeah, yeah, yeah. Congratulations. No, okay. Congratulations. No, that's fine.
Starting point is 00:24:49 You're mad at me. What do you mean vindicated? What's the, what's the appropriate response? No, you're right. Never mind. What's the appropriate response? I'm not vindicated. You're saying stinky for Palestine.
Starting point is 00:25:00 No, that's not what I'm saying. You're telling me that you're saying it smelled crazy in there for Palestine. No. No, it's a I'm saying. You're telling me that you're saying it smells crazy in there for Palestine. No. No, it's a conversation we already had. We were in... We had this off my. Yeah, yeah.
Starting point is 00:25:12 Well, the memes are quite incredible. The one with the guy covered in poo using the computer. Yeah, saying... Because I brought this up and then you said, that's crazy because they both stink. No, I didn't say that. Yes, you did. No, we'll just say with the comments here, because you said Pakistani people stink also and I said, no, they both stink. No, I don't know. Yes, you did. No, we'll just say with the Congress here Like because Pakistan you said Pakistani people stink also, and I said no, they don't
Starting point is 00:25:29 That's what that's what's funny. Obviously, it's like if these Pakistani guys think it's just what no I mean you're they all stink that's what you said. Oh, yeah, I mean yeah That I that was out of the conversation went and then I bring this up and you're staring at me like I'm like I'm saying you feel vindicated. I feel vindicated. You feel vindicated in because I feel like it would be racist to say there's like make jokes about stink lines and and Hindus if you meant it in a way that was just broadly generalizing an entire group of people. There's a specific Hindu odor that you're not talking about.
Starting point is 00:26:12 If the Pakistani guys know, they're mortal enemies. Of course they can say they stink. Because Pakistani people don't have that smell, whatever it is. And is there food that you smelled them? Yes, who? That's the main way you told the difference you said it what this is what I mean you're trying to throw me everything you're trying to you're trying to you're trying to fucking just just just why is that a victory lap for you instead of something that's funny because two guys that are pissed at each other calling each other like smelly and saying that the other guys would feel bad about it if I was saying, oh, these guys stink and I meant.
Starting point is 00:26:47 But you're making about yourself, you're like, well, I was just fine. Because then it is a considerate, maybe not nice, but a considerate and knowing cultural observation. You know what I mean? Make it a joke. I don't think that's wrong. You know?
Starting point is 00:27:09 Like if you understand like a very slight cultural difference, that's not just absorbing something. Yeah. And I've also said, I've been on the record saying this, I don't think Indian people stink. I think they have a unique smell, which is, that should be fine to say. So are you like, like,
Starting point is 00:27:36 taking like up arms with the Pakistanis? I'm not taking up arms with the Pakistanis. I'm saying that them pointing this out is, all right, whatever. You're going to pretend like, oh, I'm not. And hour ago, you're like, Pakistani people stink. I literally did not say that. I literally did not say that. You literally said that we're murdered. You know, you're still now that it's now you're trying to fucking like make it seem like I'm making some point that I'm not. No, the point you're making is that you've seen Pakistani memes in response to Hindu nationalists support for Palestine.
Starting point is 00:28:09 And that Pakistan is counter-meaming them and they're cooking them, which, for effect, is happening. But oftentimes, the theme of these memes is that they, the Hindu national smelling do do. And you were smiling at that. Not even if they smell like do do, national smelling do do and you were not even they smell like do do but there's and one of them your favorite and there's one and he's using my computer which is also covered in that might not even be an indication of a smell thing could just be all this guy's just covered in shit using the computer
Starting point is 00:28:39 it would smell crazy in there there's the other one it would smell crazy in there if the guy was on in the computer lab there's a different one There's a different one where a guy just has stink lines coming off of them. Yeah. Like a... Yeah. Like what do you call it? Like a pig pen. Yeah. And again too. You try to... Try to... Try to sell me up the river here but... You made it. My point. you made my point you made a point independently that said that that is good for you i feel vindicated
Starting point is 00:29:13 because then it's it's indicative of like a a a a a subtle cultural difference it's not that it's two people because i've never said i've never said two people nukes pointed at each other yeah i mean i think that actually you're the one that's not that. It's two people. Because I've never said, I've never said, it's two people, new exploited at each other. Yeah, I mean, I was saying, actually you're the one that's like, I'm not like poo-poo. I'm never, I'm not gonna say that I've never said
Starting point is 00:29:31 the word stinky because in instances where a pun was available that may have relied on that story. It's funny because it's like, but my honest opinion has never been that these people smell bad, but there is a unique smell. Sure. Like, yes, okay.
Starting point is 00:29:45 And different countries have different smells. Yeah, yes, but when you travel here. When you travel here. But that's the thing, it's like if it was just, if I was like, oh, brown people all smell the same, that would be racist.
Starting point is 00:29:57 Sure. But it's culturally, specifically, if you can say, what is it that I, and there's probably an answer. Some people say, Yeah, it's from the food they cook. Is it though? When you go to your Indian food?
Starting point is 00:30:06 But I don't smell it. It's like a spare like I eat asparagus 30 minutes later when you piss smells like a spare. If I eat all over their house, I'm talking with the food. I'm like when you go to your Indian friends house growing up and it smells different than you want. So you tell me if I ate nothing but Indian food for a month, I would say it's not about what you eat.
Starting point is 00:30:22 It's about that you're cooking it in the house. It's Pakistani cuisine different than Indian say. It's not about what you eat. It's about that you're cooking it in the house. It's like a standing cuisine different than Indian cuisine. It's punjab. I mean, there's, yeah, there's like a, there's an overlap, but it's, it's a regional overlap. Do you think that caused the war? Yes.
Starting point is 00:30:39 I mean, it could have been that started off with cuisine. I think maybe it's brilliant. And they're like, well, we have to be a different religion. I maybe think it's like Hindu versus Muslim, maybe. But they're like, well, we got to, but there's no way we can be, I'm not going, I'm not going to spend eternity in the same places as these guys.
Starting point is 00:30:55 So we have to have a different religion. Because of the food? The smell. Because they're just cooking with a lot of spices. The Inger House smells like spices. It's like if you smoke sigs in a house, it smells like sigs. But other people use those spices.
Starting point is 00:31:11 Not for every meal. Yeah. You know, if you're having a fucking garram masala for breakeelunch and dinner every day, the house goes smell. But it is funny when a black person, when someone from black Twitter says it looked like it smelled crazy in there and then 500,000 people are like, I will kill you bastard, you know, that is funny because you see a cultural exchange
Starting point is 00:31:38 that never really happens naturally in the world that can only exist on the internet, right? So that's funny too. But saying that Pakistan make those memes is good for you. It's not good for me. That's what I was responding to. No, I say it's vindicated. I'm not saying it's good for me like,
Starting point is 00:31:59 oh, in my war against the Indians. Which is not how I feel. You feel like the DNA evidence came out and you had your sentence commuted by the governor. You were vindicated. You feel like you're outside of the courthouse saying free out last, free out last. Not to that extent.
Starting point is 00:32:20 You feel it. What's wrong with this? What's wrong? You're deliberately not hearing what I'm saying. I'm hearing what you're saying. What's this often? Yeah, you deliberately don't hear what I say. That's what...
Starting point is 00:32:35 You'd ever say anything of substance. Yeah, of course, that's my thing. I'm no substance out of it. I'm like a gas. Yeah. I'm like a gas. Yeah. I'm not like a solid. I float, I like the cloud of dark matter from the lava. Everyone says it's the cooking, but I don't.
Starting point is 00:32:57 I think it might be something else. What is it? I don't know. Bad attitude? No. Maybe the clothes? I don't know. Bad attitude? No. Maybe the clothes? I don't know. What do you mean the clothes that were shirts and pants?
Starting point is 00:33:09 Yeah, but like the, the, the dies they use or something? I don't know. They invented dies. Yeah, well maybe they're, you know. A lot of our clothes that we wear today are dyed in Indian Pakistan. Yeah, I don't know. I don't know what it is.
Starting point is 00:33:26 But it's not the same. I guess it was just very interesting for me to see that, see Pakistani people saying that Indian people stink. What do you mean, you, again, no, no, it is. No, I, again, it's interesting. At an hour ago, an hour ago. I literally didn't say that an hour ago. Whatever, sure.
Starting point is 00:33:46 We were in the car. We were on a waiting car. We were on a waiting car. We were on a waiting car. We were on a waiting car. We were on a waiting car. We were on a waiting car. We were on a waiting car.
Starting point is 00:33:54 We were on a waiting car. We were on a waiting car. We were on a waiting car. We were on a waiting car. We were on a waiting car. We were on a waiting car. We were on a waiting car. We were on a waiting car. We were on a waiting car.
Starting point is 00:34:02 We were on a waiting car. We were on a waiting car. We were on a waiting car. We were on a waiting car. We were on a waiting car. We were on a waiting car. We were on a waiting car. We were on a waiting car. We were on a waiting car. We were on a waiting car. We were on a waiting car. We were on a waiting car. We were on a waiting car. We were on a waiting car. We were on a waiting car. We were on a waiting car. We were on a waiting car. We were on a waiting car. We were on a waiting car. We were on a waiting car. We were on a waiting car. We were on a waiting car. We were on a waiting car. The warmer and I said they're all all them fell asleep like poo poo. That's what I said Do you something? No, I did not Nick You don't have to lie on my ass
Starting point is 00:34:11 You don't have to you don't have to besmirch my name. I've said plenty out in the open that's fully In the public record that could be fully picked apart and belittled Mm-hmm. You don't have to you don't have off, go off, you don't have to go off on the side quest. What? You're reading more war right now? Yes. That's what people want to hear about. They want to hear about the war. We're journalists. Yeah, of course. We're not journalists, too. Do you see the numbers people are doing right now just getting mad about this thing? They're, they're putting, They're putting up big numbers.
Starting point is 00:34:46 I don't know if I think we should be mad or... Maybe like the for the show, like we should like kind of have more of a fair and balanced thing. Like what? Who's that shitty? Who's that dog shit fucking show on Fox the Hannity and Coums? Remember that? Yeah, Hannity used to dunk his ass. That might have been the worst show ever on the news. Yeah. Yeah.
Starting point is 00:35:12 Comes would just be like, I was trying to drop off my wife and you would have sex with her last night and you were late. Well, you know, I'm gay. So I think that the Barack Obama should fuck my mouth. It was like pre-eval Obama. I think it was like should fuck my mouth. It was like pre-Obama. I think it was like a Bush or something. Yeah, it was like 2006.
Starting point is 00:35:30 Yeah, and then Hannity and Coums would just get absolutely rocked. Yeah. I mean, they used to have, it was like their version of Crossfire. If you remember. Crossfire, the Libs on Crossfire were also amazing. Remember they got Paul Begalla? No. Yeah, rating 3.2 out of 10 for this show.
Starting point is 00:35:49 Handy and Cove's, yeah. What happened to Alan Cove's? Yeah, Alan Cove's. Is he dead? I think he might be dead, yeah. He had any, had any sun to him too, heavy? Yeah, he killed himself. All right.
Starting point is 00:36:04 Oh, no, no. he killed himself. All right. This sad, dude. What? Someone kills himself. Especially because of Sean Hannity? All right, no, he was on the Greg Godfield show. Well, did he? Did he lie?
Starting point is 00:36:17 No, he did. He did die. Yeah. He killed himself. Oh, my God. I can't even know how much more bad news I could take, dude. He killed himself I don't know how much more bad news I could take dude I'm sad about losing cones Yeah, I'm sad about losing a lot
Starting point is 00:36:40 My interest did you say the promo code for this thing? Yeah, like four times good I can't believe he tried to let me hang out the dry one twice Twice unreal What do you want what do you need? Huh? What do you need for me? I don't know You want me to be like a like in a movie scene like one of the rent like uh no you go, it's like a guy with one line in the movie that's like, that's right, Nick. Good one. What, we got to mix it up, dude.
Starting point is 00:37:13 This is about exchange of ideas. No, it's about yes and it's pretty basic format. We've been done professionally for eight years. Yes and? Yeah, yes and the baby number one. How many times have you yes, and it me Consum you know fuck you if you have a premise. No fucked me if you every time and time again If you actually pitch something that is a joke and not just saying things
Starting point is 00:37:38 You just say None of them are ever a premise What was the last print with what is this what was the last time you said? I what about this scenario I would run with it. I'm trying to talk about how Michael rapboard and I are afraid that we can't we can't be hit Up solid you and I took me 20 minutes to get it out What I said what and then this is a yes This is yes, yes, it's more of like a 90s guy right with that's not a yes, yes and this is a yes and this is more of like a 90s guy. Right. With that's not a yes.
Starting point is 00:38:06 Yes, it is. No, no, it's not. If I responded to you, it was a hip hop. You would be like, why are you fucking saying no to everything I say? But you do say no to everything I say. No, I don't. Yeah. No, I don't.
Starting point is 00:38:17 You're doing it right now. No, you're you're right now. No, you're one of the your your your baby. Baby. Oh, right. That's it. You are baby. That's a problem. You are a baby moon. Sure. What are you talking about? Okay, you want to talk about what out in the car today? I'm wearing a bad one. I said
Starting point is 00:38:36 You're like there's it's just bullshit. It's shit. I'm I don't care anymore I don't care and I was like well, it's kind of fun that we get to like that We got to like do that shoot this to like, do that shoot this weekend. Like we get to like, make this stuff right now. And what did you say? Well, I would I say it's bullshit that I don't want to talk about anymore. It's like all of these phone calls and meetings determining
Starting point is 00:38:56 who's going to be the liaison with fucking YouTube to deal with the censorship stuff or all of the strategizing that doesn't really amount to anything. That that's that's what I'm tired of Like oh, we got to get the social meat maybe the social media guy Maybe he's editing the show then that would be different. It's like I don't fucking Never so though. Yeah, that's the exact conversation. That was not the conversation. Yeah, what you're like Yeah, baby, baby, baby, baby, baby, baby, baby, baby, baby, baby, no, man. Yeah, what you're like yeah, I
Starting point is 00:39:28 You're being baby. No, man. Yes, you are No, you're like yes, you're trying to I said I like working on the show. I thought was pretty cool this weekend You know and what did you say I didn't say anything? You said it's just so much fucking bullshit. It's all bullshit. You come to the studio One of the what the chords aren't plugged in correctly. Yeah, it's just one thing if not the other thing. There is a lot of stuff that goes wrong. Cam is breaking the line. You're complaining about a chord.
Starting point is 00:39:54 You don't do any of this stuff. You don't complain about a chord that wasn't plugged in correctly, which got fixed in one a second. No, I was talking about a list of things that are just constant. This light still broke. But why does it even go into a list? Because it's not, why is that a list? Because it's not just not plugged in correctly.
Starting point is 00:40:13 It was broken again this morning when we just went to go do this. And you know, this needs to be fucking, and there's, okay, fine, whatever. You, then you fix it. I'm not going to touch anything ever. Oh, yeah. Oh, very Oh yeah. Very principled. Very principled sense. I'm just saying I was telling I was talking to you I was like it's really fun. When we get to do these kind of things like what
Starting point is 00:40:35 we did on Sunday and what we're doing after this today and and you were like it's all fucking bullshit it's bullshit it's all bullshit. It's bullshit. It's all bullshit. And I was like, oh, it's maybe midnight time. It's kind of nice. Yeah, if you say so. Yeah, I was trying to look on the bright side of things. Guys don't worry. We love each other. Say it to them.
Starting point is 00:41:02 Say what? Tell them we love each other. Oh, yeah. Definitely. Say it. Look into the camera. to them. Say what? Tell them we love each other. Oh yeah. Definitely. Say it, look into the camera. Tell them. Yeah guys, we love each other.
Starting point is 00:41:12 Definitely. Now I know why Comes killed themselves. Why? You feel like you're Comes? I'm headed in. Comes definitely. I'm going to put up with your bullshit. like you're coms, I'm headed. I'm coms, definitely. I'm gonna put up with your bullshit. What do you mean?
Starting point is 00:41:26 Just all the time. What do you mean by bullshit? Me trying to like see the positive and things. What's wrong with that? What is the difference between seeing the positive and just like folks in New episode of the Adam Fri Frelin show will be out by the end of the week or the beginning of next week and we're very close on it and Basically what Nick and I are talking about right now is that we were discussing the other car
Starting point is 00:41:54 I said yeah, I think we're like we're like we can do this pretty like we're not that as far as we think and You I believe you took exception with that assertion, right? You're like, it's fucked, it's all fucked. I didn't think it was all fucked. No, I did. No, I'm not saying this one will be, yeah, it'll be another four or five days of work to get this one out, which is fine.
Starting point is 00:42:19 No, it's just there's no, I guess the other, there's no real light at the end of the tunnel for any of this. The show's never gonna be sold. The money, we keep losing money. It's been a year. Oh my God, dude. What do you mean? I don't know how much longer it's gonna be profitable.
Starting point is 00:42:33 That's right. Yeah. But beyond that, maybe it isn't ever gonna be like, what, we've been like making the show in this format for like what? A matter of a couple months now. One year ago, we did an episode of Shane, which was like a live podcast with costumes.
Starting point is 00:42:50 The color was dog shit. You remember like, think about how far we've come since that day. Yeah, no, that's all fine. That's lovely. But I gotta think about it. It's a lot like, you gotta think about the, you know, like what's sustained.
Starting point is 00:43:01 Okay, the Monopoly man hasn't invited us into a fucking limo and given us a check for $500 million. This is true. That doesn't mean that like everything is fucked. I'm not saying everything's fucked. And so you're misrepresenting my complaint. I would like, you literally just said there's no light at the end of the song. Let's put it this way. A year into it, I would like to not still be dealing with just like technical stuff constantly, all the time. Sure, I don't know it.
Starting point is 00:43:31 And the only way that that would be resolved is if like, you know, we could like maybe sell the show or something and there's, but that's just not going to happen. So it's like, yeah, there's still gonna be a lot of Getting on a fucking ladder or doing production stuff that I Think to expect to sell the show Probably six months into like us defining a format for the show is probably is probably a little bit impractical I mean, I'm not like naysaying or anything like that. I'm just saying like, we're doing a great job, buddy. People love chat. People love jade of kids. Cuomo. This next one, I don't think people are gonna like, I think I'm really annoying in it. And I think
Starting point is 00:44:16 the guy hates me. But you guys are really gonna like who the guest is. And I know you don't like when I pre-. No, you can do whatever you want. Tell them we love each other good. No, we already did that, bit. It was funny. I guess. You yes ended the tune. You said it until the camera. I appreciate that.
Starting point is 00:44:35 Sure, yeah. You guess I don't live in. See, there you go. There you go. Go, see. Yeah, I guess so. Yeah, I guess so., right?
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Starting point is 00:45:44 Plus $38,000, sorry, on the Eagles and Chiefs, that's fucking insane. You won't find odds like that anywhere else. Bet anything, anytime, anywhere, only with my bookie. And there's a big fight coming up. Yeah, the Tyson Fury fight, you know about this? He's fighting a Nanganu. Yeah. Nanganu. Francis Nanganu. Nanganu.
Starting point is 00:46:05 Francis Nanganu. Yes. Yes. Is it in boxing or MMA? It has to be in boxing. Former heavyweight champion of UFC Francis Nanganu is fighting Tyson Fury, the Gypsy King. You know I'm a big Gypsy King fan. Do you know Tyson Fury?
Starting point is 00:46:24 You know that? He said British British like he's a gypsy He's like I can't read. I'm ugly. I'm fat He's great. Yeah, he's like I'm fat. I'm ugly He's like John Faderman. He's yeah, he's like kind of the John Faderman But like if John Faderman just walked everyone people are mad at John Fetterman right now. He's going heavy Israel Yeah, my bookie guys he speak yet. Is he still? I don't know I haven't I haven't heard him speak. He's got a crazy look that guy. Yeah, he has that Crow Magnon like I
Starting point is 00:47:02 Brow Ridge thing. Yeah, but he looks like sling blade. I mean it's crazy. Yeah, but he looks more like Like a prehistoric You know what I mean? He looks like early man Yeah, people are mad at him for what for like a kicking out Palestinian Activist from his office or something. I think so, yeah. Yeah. But he didn't do it.
Starting point is 00:47:27 His fucking chief of staff didn't do it. I haven't really paid attention. He was like, oh, I knew he was bad. Everyone knew. Yeah. No, they're all bad, guys. They're all bad. Um, yeah, I mean, like, I'm, I'm,
Starting point is 00:47:42 after both, uh, our conversation before Nick, typically in a production cycle or the creative process, this is the moment, this last like couple day run up, where we start stressing and tearing each other down as men, you know? And that's just part of the process as well. What does that have to do with my bookie? I just said the promo code and everything.
Starting point is 00:48:08 Okay. I was just explaining the audience. I got this money bag line. I did it. The money line. You guys know how that works? It's crazy. You pay, they got a 500 hour limit. Yes. But then you ran, they randomizes your odds. They randomize your odds. They choose the team for you and they give you, they give you like insane odds. And if your team wins odds, they choose the team for you and they give you insane odds.
Starting point is 00:48:27 And if your team wins at the end of, it's like kind of like a spin a wheel. And then you get a team and then they give you plus 38,000. And if you put $500 down, then that goes, what is that? That's, what's 38 times five? What are your chances of, What is that? That's... What's 38 times 5?
Starting point is 00:48:48 What are your chances of... So what's the best... What are the... I guess worst odds in the entire NFL? Those odds are the best odds. No, I'm saying like... What is the... What are the odds for the shittiest team in the NFL? What's the, what is the, what are the odds for the shittiest team in here? What's the rank lowest?
Starting point is 00:49:08 I mean, that would be like something like 38,000. 38,000. So they give you like, if you get the chiefs who are one of the best teams, or the, the Eagles, who just had another stunning victory this weekend. And it's 32 teams. There are 32 teams, I believe. I would say one of 32 odds. So those odds are one in 32 is, uh, I don't know.
Starting point is 00:49:34 Is a three, three percent probability. Okay, but, but that being said, the individual teams themselves don't just have a three percent chance. Like chance like somehow that's what I am trying to figure out what your your odds are the weighted odds, I guess if it's randomized then it is one in 32 because you don't get to choose a team right yeah, but If you know if you end up getting the Eagles, you know, then That you know outweighs like what it would be like to get a shit team, you know So yeah, that's that's kind of a it's a smart money play. Yeah, I suppose
Starting point is 00:50:23 Do you think they're gonna cancel the World Series because of Gaza? It's such boring teams too. Yeah, I know. Diamondbacks, really. They should cancel the World Series if it's gay. It was gay, yeah, it was like gay. I don't think it's been cool since 2001 Diamondbacks Yankees.
Starting point is 00:50:40 Yeah. That was the best baseball has ever been. Snakes and the fucking, well, it was after 9-11 baseball ever been snakes and the fucking well It was after 9-11 it was after 9-11 that would be it that would be an awesome matchup snakes versus italian Put some grito in a pit with a bunch of cobras. Yeah, and just tell him he's only allowed to punch Yeah, what do you got you got a fucking problem? Oh fuck Just getting them yeah, yeah, oh fuck and you can bet on getting really pissed off You can bet on that in my book here at dot AG guys
Starting point is 00:51:12 Yeah, no, it's a yeah, it's I'm not interested in baseball In general, but what does one to 33 odds mean? to 33 odds mean. Outsverse probability. Note that odds in probability are not the same. Are you learning betting right now? Learning basic math percentages. I always forget. Yeah, it's like a roulette wheel, guys.
Starting point is 00:51:39 So my bookie.agie you can bet on. Yeah, promo code taps. Taps, yeah. We got a big fight fight I'm going Tyson Fury you're going Tyson you're going Francis Nagonu the Federer's Federman versus Federman versus Africa yeah really strong guy from this in Nigeria I think it's Nigeria yeah
Starting point is 00:52:00 his punches are really strong yeah yeah they're really powerful punches Yeah. His punches are really strong. Yeah. Yeah. They're really powerful punches. But he's a MMA guy. He's not a boxer. And Tyson has the heart of a lion.
Starting point is 00:52:15 Does he? Yeah, he's amazing. He's incredible. Yeah, he does have John Fetterman's. Yeah. And his body's very cool. He's got like, and his body's very cool. He's got like a delty body's super tall. Why does he have these shorts?
Starting point is 00:52:30 Let me see. What are these shorts? What do I do? Yeah. I should know the camera. Well, they wear shorts high because they, like, because of the undercut or low Low blows. Yeah, yeah, but I mean that's that's not just not going in the ring like that I think he yeah, he looks like shit. Yeah, yeah, he's got no drip actually he dresses pretty cool outside the right he wears like
Starting point is 00:53:00 Like Gucci shit and like he dresses like a Italian pimps sometimes he looks cool yeah but we're going Tyson we're going Gypsy King on this one Manchester zone the Gypsy King Tyson Fury how box her fought back from a day oh he was addicted to something what was he addicted to looks like Girl Scout cookies Oh yeah, he beats off a ton. He said he's addicted to beating off. You could bet on that in my book he's out at you. Yeah, yeah. Just look up how many times today he beats off.
Starting point is 00:53:33 Struggles with addiction. Was he addicted to beating off? Is that right? I'm looking. He was also depressed too. Yeah. For what? He was also depressed too What he Huh
Starting point is 00:53:52 How many times a day does he jerk off? I don't see it. It's not in this article I'm gonna look it up right now All right, I'm gonna talk about this. Holmes died of cancer. I'm gonna talk about this out of zero thing. Well, you're looking up. All right. I'll just zero used to have mail.
Starting point is 00:54:13 You said have what? They used to have mail. They used to be able to have, I had an out of zero email address. Before Gmail? Yeah. People forget that. You had at out of zero. At out of zero.
Starting point is 00:54:24 At out of zero. Yeah, out of zero. He says at Al Jazeera at Al Jazeera. Al Jazeera. He's called Mel. Yeah. Al Jazeera. He says he masturbates seven to eight times a day. And that's the secret success to his box. I just remember that I had an Al Jazeera email account. Yeah. Al Jazeera free email address. Let's see if there's anything any relics in the internet. Should we go to Coushar?
Starting point is 00:54:51 I hear it's boring. Yeah, there's nothing really to do there I think. Yeah, it's like a big mall. It's like yeah, you can like go to like a Louis Vuitton and then drink in like a like one bar. I'm getting ready to leave America. Where are you gonna go though? I don't know, fuck this country. No one wants you though. Why? Because we're in America.
Starting point is 00:55:15 No one likes us. Yeah, but I'm an artist. It's true, you are an artist. You know what would be, would get you into another country? If you were a pedophile, the French would be would get you into another country if you Were a pedophile you good the French would be like bravo also Israel right up seeing that going around They just take sex offenders do that. I don't know. I was seeing that all over Twitter this week I met my or Lansky try to go there at the end
Starting point is 00:55:40 So some of the stuff be out of trying to get his ass and Israel denied his Yeah, some of the stuff I see it on my guard, is this really one of the stories you should be sharing? I don't know. Cause that seems like a separate issue. There seems like a lot of stories. Yeah, yeah. Sometimes you gotta do one thing.
Starting point is 00:55:58 Let's do one thing at a time. Don't do genocide. Yeah, yeah. If we stop the genocide, maybe after that, we can take a look at the pedophile thing. Right now, you got to have a priorities list. It's not like they're letting the pedophiles go to Gaza. That's only hurting them. No, it's about immigration policy for justice, yeah, and extradition, right? They don't extradite in Israel? No, they do.
Starting point is 00:56:28 They do extradite. Yeah, they require these pedophiles a lot together. I don't know. I just read that. They don't extradite. They do extradite for everyone unless you're a pedophile. Yeah, I think that's like France. Yeah, it's like France.
Starting point is 00:56:42 It is like France. Yeah, yeah. It's like, oh my god, he's in the artis. Yeah. It's amazing friends. Yeah, it's like friends. It is like friends. Yeah, yeah. It's like, oh my God, he's in the art piece. Yeah. It's amazing. Yeah. Did you see Woody at Venice Film Festival? He got like a 20 minute standing ovation
Starting point is 00:56:53 for the new movie. He's just sitting there like, he's sitting there like, wow, thank you so much. And they're like, you are incredible. Really? Yeah. Europeans love him and plans. You know, I've never been to a film festival.
Starting point is 00:57:08 I've never seen a film festival. But when I hear about these standing ovations, I'm like, that sounds like the most embarrassing thing I've ever heard. It's so European. Can you imagine clapping in a movie? It's so European. Yeah.
Starting point is 00:57:20 For 10 minutes. Yeah. Yeah. I'm going to clap it. Or not even that, the walkouts too. When they're like, these are Travis V. Yeah. Yeah. I'm gonna clap it or not even that the walkouts too when they're like these are Travis V. Yeah. When people like can get mad at the movie. Can't you just like something or not? Just sit there watch the movie go home. Yeah. Have some snacks. Good. Yeah. It's a movie. Yeah. You're supposed to just sit there and chill. Yeah. It's so European. Yeah. To be furious or
Starting point is 00:57:43 we're like about to come. Yeah. Like be furious or like about to come. Like a light comedy. Well, that's why because they don't have, they can't, their not, Europeans aren't good at extracting anything out of life. Right. You know, Americans are good at that. That's why they have to, oh, art. I've seen them, I have this transcendent experience that I have to clap at.
Starting point is 00:58:01 Yeah. So we're here, we got fireworks, you can blow shit up, your neighbor the gun. Uh-huh. We know how to live. Yeah, you know, so they they have to just like you don't have that That's a cry. Yeah, right exactly The weep Cheannie my they make me feel yeah, no it make me feel alive for the first time Can you imagine French guys sitting in a monster truck rally blow his fucking mind? Yeah, yeah, what make me feel in life for the first time. Can you imagine French guys seeing a monster truck rally? Blow his fucking mind. Yeah, what would he make of it? I don't know Israel should do that honestly. That's the way to win back Half a half of this just get into redneck shit. Well, no, let me just drive fucking gravedigger through guys
Starting point is 00:58:43 People would be like this is horrific, but you got What's the nice kind of awesome you gotta watch the video? I mean I'm against it, but the video is crazy I would win me back honestly if the idea of just fucking cruised right down the middle of the guys is strip with With big foot seven whatever the newest they make the biggest monster truck in the world. What's the biggest one? No, I don't know it it's like Bigfoot, five or six. Oh, that's, yeah. They go, after the cold war and then I guess they went,
Starting point is 00:59:10 they went over to the Soviet Union, they found tires bigger than anyone. This is big tires that the Soviets did, and they made a truck out of that. I watched this like history channel thing the other day about this tank that Nazis were trying to make, which was the biggest tank of all time. Yeah. But it would like run out of gas and like it would like have like a five mile, like it would have to be
Starting point is 00:59:30 refueled every like five miles. Yeah. But it was like it was massive. Yeah, I've seen that. Yeah. It was like make it. It was like one of those things I when I was a kid. Yeah, it's one of those history channel things, like secret Nazi technology revealed. Yeah, they love the Nazis. Aaron had that book on his couch. Who? Aaron. Oh, don't tell them. Oh, they don't know about us.
Starting point is 00:59:49 Yeah. This guy that we met this week, he's like, I've read all of these books. He's like, I mean, creatively into, I'm very political. He kept saying I'm very political, but he didn't indicate what his politics were, which I kind of liked. Yeah.
Starting point is 01:00:03 But all his books were like Nazi secrets revealed and there was like clearly so. Oh yeah, it was a self-pull. No, I was like card tricks for dummies. Yeah, it was like a half of his books were self-published. Yeah. Like from like a man with skits of Freny on the street. Yeah. Yeah.
Starting point is 01:00:18 Anyway, let's do, let's shoot. All right, well we got to get this, I gotta get this string out, Don, so we know what we have to shoot around. Show Ginsburg what you did last night, let's shoot. Okay. All right, I'm gonna have a good rest of the day. I'm gonna eat a little of the treats or something. So, you just had a treat.
Starting point is 01:00:35 Why are you eating your feelings? Nick, we're gonna have a good rest of the day. I haven't baked. I've been baked in it over a week. That's what it is. That's what all this is. It's just nicotine withdrawal. I've been baked in a week. Okay, so it's nicotine withdrawal. That's what all this is. It's just nicotine withdrawal. I've evaped in a week.
Starting point is 01:00:45 Okay, so it's nicotine withdrawal. I love you. And do you? Yeah. Why don't I, it's so exhausting that continues, I have to prove my love to someone. Well, it's a bizarre thing to say. I mean, I love you.
Starting point is 01:00:58 What is love? We're pound, we're business partners. Son, you, that's your love, that's your fucking going back to the fucking well. We're business part of it. Anytime you're being a little bit like, oh, like, Sissy. You're like, oh, but you're just my business part. We have been friends for fucking 30 years. Thank you.
Starting point is 01:01:21 Thank you.

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