Roderick on the Line

Ep. 180: "The Other Pope"

 

  hello hi John [TS]

  Merlin man John Roderick we stand on [TS]

  guard for thee [TS]

  yeah that's interesting why when you say [TS]

  my name in song form it always sounds [TS]

  like a him like a Methodist him [TS]

  ma its soft almost like praying John [TS]

  Rother John Roderick I just met a man [TS]

  named John Roderick on now it sounds [TS]

  like a musical i'm doing Maria no that's [TS]

  just what's your stance on musicals [TS]

  oh they always make me uncomfortable you [TS]

  know there's so much of culture and I'm [TS]

  gonna say popular culture culture [TS]

  yep that makes me wins i walk into it [TS]

  wincing stand-up comedy shows in prov [TS]

  bands i don't know a people's first [TS]

  novel youtube videos i just go into it [TS]

  i'm just waiting to get like it's like [TS]

  I'm waiting to get whacked in the face [TS]

  with a cricket bat because the I'm just [TS]

  like oh don't owe most stuff is so awful [TS]

  please don't be awful a minute is is [TS]

  it's the breaking into song i'm guessing [TS]

  well I mean some of those great musicals [TS]

  where there's a lot of dancing and stuff [TS]

  is going to tell he's going to go is [TS]

  integrated with him I think it's the [TS]

  songs i think a lot of the songs that [TS]

  just don't think are good songs oh man [TS]

  that's funny it's the songs that I like [TS]

  yeah i know that's the songs that a lot [TS]

  of people like mean there's a lot of [TS]

  musicals that I mean I just want to [TS]

  clarify i don't consider myself to be [TS]

  like a Broadway musical person i mean i [TS]

  don't i don't know chapter and verse but [TS]

  there are a dozen me schools where I [TS]

  would I so my favorite songs in the [TS]

  world come from this mean look at all [TS]

  the all the Fred Astaire songs while [TS]

  everywhere he introduced as Cole Porter [TS]

  songs that we now consider standards and [TS]

  the movies are a little bit of a slog [TS]

  like jesus christ superstar i'm going to [TS]

  watch that one [TS]

  watch that every more 27 years the songs [TS]

  in that pump pump pump pump pump pump [TS]

  pump my mind is clear now do you think [TS]

  your they say you are a blast start to [TS]

  think that's because the musical episode [TS]

  we'll just sing songs I there's we [TS]

  watched Jesus Christ Superstar in my [TS]

  ninth grade social studies class [TS]

  yeah because it was in that so in ninth [TS]

  grade East High School in Anchorage had [TS]

  a school within a school it was called [TS]

  schools in school or as a terrible name [TS]

  SWS that would look terrible on a jersey [TS]

  SWS and SWS had its own building which [TS]

  was connected to east high school by way [TS]

  of a two-story corridor like a like an X [TS]

  external corridor sure just wasn't in [TS]

  school just in school suspension or [TS]

  something [TS]

  no it was SWS and it had its own [TS]

  principal and its own faculty and it was [TS]

  a program that you had to I can supply [TS]

  for and get into within east high and I [TS]

  think the general population of East [TS]

  High School considered SWS to be the [TS]

  freaks and geeks and it was that the [TS]

  principal at the time was named dr. [TS]

  Richard creek ER and he were a lot of [TS]

  turtlenecks and had a an afro [TS]

  did he have rap sessions did he turn the [TS]

  chair around and he did absolutely later [TS]

  on my good friend Don shackelford became [TS]

  the principal of SWS and he was a pal [TS]

  and even though he even though Don [TS]

  shackelford was the one that reported me [TS]

  for having pipe bombs in my locker right [TS]

  for which I was given an emergency [TS]

  suspension dan and and Don ratted me out [TS]

  this is when he was still in English [TS]

  teacher and he was disappointed he was [TS]

  very disappointed in me and then he [TS]

  became a very good friend and a mentor [TS]

  but so SWS I went into that school [TS]

  freshman year because I felt like that's [TS]

  where I belong right with the freaks and [TS]

  geeks and you know you would take norm [TS]

  well you take some normal classes in in [TS]

  East I but most of your classes weren't [TS]

  SWS and all of the teachers were hippies [TS]

  there was duck blanket stop who had a [TS]

  red beard and was a little spit of an [TS]

  elfin character my biology teacher was [TS]

  it looks like Steve Jobs a talk to his [TS]

  teacher and attractions turtlenecks into [TS]

  his jeans that sounds very experimental [TS]

  it was very experimental and my social [TS]

  studies teacher was a wonderful woman [TS]

  and her idea of like social studies was [TS]

  like let's watch Jesus Christ Superstar [TS]

  let's talk about sheep you know but they [TS]

  would show money python episodes mean [TS]

  real freaks and geeks and then at the [TS]

  end of my freshman year it was [TS]

  determined that i did not have the [TS]

  discipline to be in such a rigorous [TS]

  program that required self-determination [TS]

  now is determined by the hippie teachers [TS]

  yeah because they were couches in SWS [TS]

  you could go [TS]

  you could go down to the I mean that it [TS]

  was the school was carpeted so it wasn't [TS]

  like a school it was like a big hippie [TS]

  tower and and so after after my freshman [TS]

  year it was like clear to everybody that [TS]

  i was taking advantage of of the laxity [TS]

  yeah and spending a lot of time sitting [TS]

  on the couches and so I was booted back [TS]

  into the regular school but SWS was [TS]

  connected to the regular school by these [TS]

  corridors so i would just go i would [TS]

  skip class and go to SWS and sit on the [TS]

  couches but I wasn't in SW s so they [TS]

  could not like that you kicked me out [TS]

  already kicked you out already kicked me [TS]

  out I forged a hall pass at one point [TS]

  and I you know I remained in newspaper [TS]

  and the newspaper was in SW s so i was [TS]

  there all the time I would go sit on [TS]

  shackleford office you feel did you feel [TS]

  left out did you feel rejected no it [TS]

  turned out that I'd that it was true i [TS]

  didn't belong in SW s what i believe [TS]

  what I belong din was this sort of [TS]

  special class the adjunct class you know [TS]

  I like to be in a special class and a [TS]

  special class was in the regular [TS]

  population of east high school but [TS]

  welcome [TS]

  in SWS and you know I could I could be [TS]

  in both worlds and that's what I see you [TS]

  sleep in gen-pop but but you're also [TS]

  your AAA where they call it in the [TS]

  prison you're a alka trustee the trustee [TS]

  that's right so and for instance all the [TS]

  real honors classes all the kids that [TS]

  were going to ivy league schools they [TS]

  didn't they never cross the threshold [TS]

  interests of us didn't want anything to [TS]

  do with it because it had that had the [TS]

  taint it had the head of the stench of [TS]

  Dungeons and Dragons mhm i know that [TS]

  stench [TS]

  yeah so stay away from their said the [TS]

  kids that were going places if you [TS]

  wanted to get into Dartmouth you didn't [TS]

  want anything to do with a special [TS]

  program you wanted to excel in the [TS]

  normal program so John hate to do this [TS]

  to me in front of all these people but [TS]

  you know a great way to communicate what [TS]

  you just described over here all year [TS]

  you get you got all the social dinner on [TS]

  on the track to go to schools you cross [TS]

  over a literal corridor to get to the [TS]

  big hippie tower for the weirdos [TS]

  yeah it was one weird they couldn't fit [TS]

  in sounds good musical yeah does this [TS]

  would be a really good musical too weird [TS]

  for SWS yeah I'm just it's just blue sky [TS]

  solution earring but I mean I'm just [TS]

  saying that would be a musical first of [TS]

  all so many relationships on a lot like [TS]

  a romantic comedy where it starts out [TS]

  with some opposition and then that kind [TS]

  of grudging respect because a buddy [TS]

  movie for a while and eventually fall in [TS]

  love I like to think of them as romantic [TS]

  drama tease em because the drama kind of [TS]

  starts to start to it get in there it's [TS]

  like is this funny i'm not sure this is [TS]

  funny company's all about editing it's [TS]

  all about knowing where to cut it off it [TS]

  it's like it's funny but it's sort of [TS]

  like uncomfortable funny [TS]

  yeah right so romantic dramedy I feel as [TS]

  is appropriate [TS]

  drama drama drama drama that's precisely [TS]

  it here on drum the problem with the rom [TS]

  drum is when you spell it looks like rom [TS]

  dram yeah people think they got a fancy [TS]

  word for taking a drink [TS]

  yeah but it's not it's wrong drum and [TS]

  that geeks would know that uh of the [TS]

  geeks for sure know it [TS]

  I'm so yeah so I mean there was right [TS]

  yeah there we were it was the eighties [TS]

  we were in a special program I maybe I'm [TS]

  this projection but I i think this is [TS]

  mostly true from [TS]

  most people is that for most of your use [TS]

  your very careful about picking the [TS]

  things where you stick out [TS]

  mhm especially if your college track [TS]

  type normal kid is that you know you [TS]

  want to be recognized as getting the [TS]

  best grade on this physical science [TS]

  class test right but you don't want [TS]

  people to notice that you've got like [TS]

  the cheap version of the izod or [TS]

  whatever right and i think most of us [TS]

  and I i see this in my kids school I see [TS]

  it everywhere people don't want people [TS]

  don't want to be noticed as as sticking [TS]

  out [TS]

  mhm I mean I know it sounds really [TS]

  obvious point but i think it when you [TS]

  say something like well we're gonna have [TS]

  this program to help these kids are [TS]

  these kids are these kids are these kids [TS]

  anytime you're being taken out of class [TS]

  it feels a little exceptional yep and [TS]

  you don't really want that you want to [TS]

  be in the normal class [TS]

  yeah either way you don't want to be you [TS]

  don't want to be in the remedial class [TS]

  you know one really be in the [TS]

  exceptional class unless unless there [TS]

  are some true privileges attended to it [TS]

  and in my case the biggest privilege was [TS]

  to be able to wrote this is what all i [TS]

  wanted in high school to be able to roam [TS]

  the halls freely while everyone else was [TS]

  in class [TS]

  that's the dream is it and to pop into [TS]

  classes where the teacher welcome to me [TS]

  as a friend and so you know you eat [TS]

  lunch in the band room that's got a lot [TS]

  wrapped up in it you got the specialness [TS]

  of being able to move freely like you [TS]

  get diplomatic papers and also the [TS]

  implicit buddina sand peer relationship [TS]

  i'm going to pop & Co how Mr family's [TS]

  doing today exactly precedes precisely [TS]

  when I don't know why I keep saying [TS]

  foresee small what is where does that [TS]

  come from sherry because because because [TS]

  France a francis a little bit fancy and [TS]

  I love France but yeah you pop in [TS]

  you used to be in the debate class but [TS]

  then you got kicked out of debate class [TS]

  because you didn't ever take it [TS]

  seriously and you just got up in it and [TS]

  provide you accessorize debating which [TS]

  isn't what they're looking for [TS]

  so you get kicked out of debate club but [TS]

  everybody in there knows you and likes [TS]

  you and the teacher likes you so you pop [TS]

  into the debate club [TS]

  yep sit around kick your feet up you [TS]

  know today I know you like you said [TS]

  you'd like to argue with text [TS]

  yeah so like today they should have a [TS]

  francis club for people like to type [TS]

  yeah the whole different the whole [TS]

  different line of reasoning you know [TS]

  things would move [TS]

  move a lot faster you move it along I [TS]

  mean I could I could chase any high [TS]

  school class by texting have to hide a [TS]

  lot of kids would love that if they just [TS]

  text me the questions i would text him [TS]

  the answers [TS]

  Oh problem solved would you send a [TS]

  shoulder shrug made out of little [TS]

  characters i don't really do a lot of [TS]

  the emoticon me mayor particularly not [TS]

  those emoticons where you have to copy [TS]

  it off of somebody else's feed because [TS]

  you don't have to make them yourself [TS]

  yeah yeah I don't want to do that stuff [TS]

  but yeah I mean and I and ultimately [TS]

  that extends to colleges like certainly [TS]

  evergreen but also read college and [TS]

  Colorado College these colleges that are [TS]

  like they're good colleges people try to [TS]

  get in them i wanted to go to them but [TS]

  there's also a 10 attempt to them like a [TS]

  well it's that smell like Reed College [TS]

  is a good college but you know that [TS]

  they're making their own acid there in [TS]

  their dorm rooms [TS]

  yeah and so it's like not it does just [TS]

  doesn't quite have the it's just not a [TS]

  normal college you would see that [TS]

  constantly new college because it's you [TS]

  know it doesn't think I've described the [TS]

  college combines a lot of the fruity [TS]

  stuff from all the different schools but [TS]

  all in one place so there's no grades [TS]

  you get written evaluations you do your [TS]

  own class you can make up your own [TS]

  classes make up here on major you [TS]

  independent study in January every you [TS]

  know three of three independent study [TS]

  projects while you're there you can just [TS]

  see how different people would handle [TS]

  that in different ways you could get [TS]

  like baking bread could be your [TS]

  independent study project as long as [TS]

  somebody was willing willing to sponsor [TS]

  it whereas other people were like you [TS]

  know writing a novel in a month [TS]

  like when they're you know 19 years old [TS]

  or they're doing some kind of like [TS]

  research internship we're actually going [TS]

  like working [TS]

  who the hell are these kids that can [TS]

  actually shoulder the responsibility of [TS]

  independent study how could who has that [TS]

  kind of self-awareness at that age it's [TS]

  staggering and any other there are [TS]

  enough of them the whole programs are [TS]

  devoted to them like oh I'm gonna [TS]

  independent studies something it's like [TS]

  independent study was absolutely code [TS]

  for me that you can wander the halls and [TS]

  nobody will you [TS]

  well that's not very much the same [TS]

  feeling yeah you know you have lunch in [TS]

  the bandroom you go pop by SWS sittin [TS]

  Shackleford's office for a while [TS]

  jack says can you be in class and you [TS]

  know haha and he says haha and you think [TS]

  this is paradise [TS]

  yeah I look at my last year of high [TS]

  school and the stuff that you could do [TS]

  and it really does seem like another [TS]

  world what the most obvious when maybe [TS]

  smoking area if you were 16 years old if [TS]

  you were 16 because that was the age to [TS]

  buy cigarettes in Florida if you were 16 [TS]

  you could smoke cigarettes at school [TS]

  like there's a slow is called the [TS]

  smoking area [TS]

  yeah it seems the scenes are utterly [TS]

  amazing to me right now that you could [TS]

  go and as a sixteen-year-old going to [TS]

  smoke cigarettes one there's a lot of [TS]

  things like this but the one that really [TS]

  got me and I have to say because i had a [TS]

  lot of same tendencies as you the one [TS]

  that was my undoing was that if you were [TS]

  can't believe more people didn't do this [TS]

  because they're smarter than me you're [TS]

  18 years of age your senior you could [TS]

  sign yourself out of school at any point [TS]

  as long as you'd been there i think for [TS]

  two periods three periods but definitely [TS]

  around lunchtime like 4th period you [TS]

  just go to the office and hannah a [TS]

  little uh little piece of paper you sign [TS]

  yourself up and I would do that i did [TS]

  that especially the last semester I [TS]

  never skip school and I mean I didn't I [TS]

  didn't skip and play hooky I didn't like [TS]

  skip classes but i would literally sign [TS]

  myself out of school before i got a [TS]

  science class [TS]

  justjust what you're saying right now [TS]

  sign yourself out of school [TS]

  it still gives me a warm fuzzy feeling [TS]

  like me to set right it's always there [TS]

  just as comfort comfort to know you're [TS]

  never more than like you know if he [TS]

  doesn't step from being done with school [TS]

  for today and for me it came in the form [TS]

  of I've told you I've told you before [TS]

  about my experience with being editor of [TS]

  the east high school newspaper the [TS]

  Zephyr where I believed that I was the [TS]

  editor and the new newspaper's so blue [TS]

  blankets up was the was the newspaper [TS]

  teacher and I was groomed to be the [TS]

  editor throughout my entire high school [TS]

  career and then my senior year I walked [TS]

  into class two weeks before school [TS]

  started I was already at the school [TS]

  introducing myself around to the new [TS]

  teachers in the summer your mat Fisher I [TS]

  fucking was I went to introduce myself [TS]

  to the teachers like [TS]

  hey you're new at least I I just thought [TS]

  you should know who the seniors are and [TS]

  who in particular is running the senior [TS]

  class and it's gonna be me and alone I [TS]

  can be better for everybody if you know [TS]

  who to pay attention to that's right [TS]

  let's develop a relationship right now [TS]

  and i went to the newspaper teacher and [TS]

  i said hi I'm John I'll be a senior this [TS]

  year and i'm the editor of the paper and [TS]

  we should get to know each other and she [TS]

  was like um I'm the teacher and i [TS]

  thought i would be the editor of the [TS]

  paper because I'm you know because and I [TS]

  was like what [TS]

  no no the teacher isn't the editor of [TS]

  the paper here's how we do it is time [TS]

  there's a student editor which was on [TS]

  the coach being the quarterback exactly [TS]

  it's like what are you fucking talking [TS]

  about you're going to be the other and [TS]

  she was a young teachers brand-new [TS]

  nothing just lot to learn [TS]

  oh we went to war and she decided that [TS]

  the fact that I thought that I was the [TS]

  editor of the entitlement that I show [TS]

  who she was gonna teach me a lesson by [TS]

  not letting me be the editor but I [TS]

  walked that school like I was the editor [TS]

  and Iran that paper Iran that paper from [TS]

  a non editor position and fucking was [TS]

  the editor that paper you're the puppet [TS]

  Evan you thank you that's exactly right [TS]

  I'm the I'm the I'm the other pope who [TS]

  dragged in France sir Leopold Abby own [TS]

  on a danza dines Don's Don's loof sans [TS]

  the roof sir lemare pretty small and so [TS]

  I ran that paper but the first thing I [TS]

  did was I made a press pass your you're [TS]

  just one giant fucking West Anders it [TS]

  wasn't laminated it and laminated i [TS]

  press pass down to the office down to [TS]

  the dance opposite number in the real [TS]

  school till now in SWS took it down to [TS]

  the real office where they had like a [TS]

  whole bunch of secretaries and stuff [TS]

  like SWS just had a receptionist who sat [TS]

  out in front of Don Shackleford's office [TS]

  from early Richard Krieger that the real [TS]

  school had 10 secretaries and I went [TS]

  down there and I was like I need to get [TS]

  this laminated and they laminated it [TS]

  without asking because i was John [TS]

  Roderick editor of the newspaper and I [TS]

  had a press pass and then I which I [TS]

  would flash that press pass to the [TS]

  security guards who roamed the halls to [TS]

  make sure that nobody was true and [TS]

  you not only for your own credentials [TS]

  you actually from whole cloth you made [TS]

  up the whole idea that there could be [TS]

  credentials yeah there was no press pass [TS]

  that was not a thing no one had ever had [TS]

  one but I made one and I and because the [TS]

  circular could security guards at school [TS]

  knew me very well the first time I show [TS]

  you know that first week of school I was [TS]

  like a press pass and they were like [TS]

  okay and the entire rest of the year I [TS]

  could roam the halls with my press pass [TS]

  after doing a doing coverage doing stuff [TS]

  i was going down to talk to a teacher [TS]

  about a story i was working on [TS]

  absolutely i had to I had to be here [TS]

  right now i'm working on a story and I [TS]

  actually showed that thing to teachers [TS]

  too and they would be like okay it was [TS]

  it was G it was absolutely it was really [TS]

  I peaked right that at that moment the [TS]

  moment that I had that press pass [TS]

  laminated [TS]

  I that was as good as I was ever going [TS]

  to be 0 and I oh it was great i would [TS]

  just I would flaunt it i would just walk [TS]

  down the halls just stroll one eating a [TS]

  Hershey bar with almonds [TS]

  mmm press pass the top of the world MA [TS]

  they never checked it after a while they [TS]

  didn't change is gonna sell it that [TS]

  first time you sell it and it's like [TS]

  yeah and the thing was I i did at the [TS]

  paper I wrote for articles every issue [TS]

  I mean it was i was working that was [TS]

  that was something I actually worked [TS]

  hard i wish i had a press pass now you [TS]

  can make one we're gonna we're gonna buy [TS]

  some lamination stuff everything seems [TS]

  more real when it's laminated my [TS]

  daughter has a biweekly spelling [TS]

  assignment where she's got her for ten [TS]

  spelling words or five sight words and [TS]

  then you have to do projects you pick [TS]

  the projects where you can like you [TS]

  could like drop shaving cream you can [TS]

  make it chocolate pudding you can make a [TS]

  fancy on the computer [TS]

  however you wanna do it and we like to [TS]

  make flashcards so today my mexican some [TS]

  lamination materials so if you want [TS]

  anything laminated you know just send it [TS]

  to me and I can make that for you [TS]

  thank you i know i'm having a lamination [TS]

  the facility in your house is not a [TS]

  terrible idea [TS]

  it's a wonderful idea and you know that [TS]

  it has to be the right kind of [TS]

  lamination you don't want bubbles in it [TS]

  people people see bubble in your [TS]

  laminated press pass in there like this [TS]

  forgery [TS]

  the Secretary's they know what they're [TS]

  doing but yeah if it's laminated [TS]

  properly it's not afford really think it [TS]

  helps if it's thick and has really nice [TS]

  satisfying curved edges it's gonna be [TS]

  shouldn't be sharp gonna have curved [TS]

  edges and frankly I had a pair of shears [TS]

  and i worked on the curve of the edges [TS]

  of my press pass over the course of [TS]

  senior year I was always improving it [TS]

  and just making it seem more and more [TS]

  official [TS]

  this is a big problem with the schools [TS]

  and i'm going to say i'm going to say [TS]

  it's a problem with parenting is you [TS]

  don't realize that what kids do in order [TS]

  to be dishonest and lazy is some of the [TS]

  most interesting [TS]

  Frank and and useful work that they will [TS]

  do figuring out how to game shit is one [TS]

  of the great skills of a young person [TS]

  trying to teach my daughter this i'm [TS]

  very proud of her when she figures out [TS]

  how to trick me i'm not super bright but [TS]

  you know but don't smart enough with a [TS]

  whisper loud about what your plan is I [TS]

  think I mentioned this to you that I [TS]

  mean I was explained to my daughter that [TS]

  one of the ways we express my wife and [TS]

  tickler and and I was telling my [TS]

  daughter you can't whisper really loud [TS]

  to me let's tickle mom and so introduced [TS]

  to her the idea that one of the programs [TS]

  working on it was called of planting [TS]

  false flag and she literally return to [TS]

  my daughter and my wife on the couch and [TS]

  set its called false flag [TS]

  oh you believe that you know that that's [TS]

  an area of improvement i'm gonna get the [TS]

  kid a laminator yep [TS]

  you know maybe i don't know i don't know [TS]

  III just like a kid learning to be [TS]

  tricky is not necessarily a terrible [TS]

  thing it's not a criminal thing to clear [TS]

  out with a feather when you say easy [TS]

  um yeah you got it I mean I realized [TS]

  this with my kid not very long ago I [TS]

  realized that she was a dominant child [TS]

  and was going to be in everybody's face [TS]

  all the time and that what she needed to [TS]

  do is learn a little subterfuge [TS]

  yeah you know just like hey lady it's [TS]

  okay to get to try and get people to do [TS]

  what you want but like you gotta can't [TS]

  put a little spin on the ball you know [TS]

  don't just goes [TS]

  don't just stand there just with the [TS]

  what palming the basketball just putting [TS]

  it in their face like taunting them with [TS]

  your power you got to do a little harlem [TS]

  globetrotter stuff you have a set up a [TS]

  ladder get a laugh yeah [TS]

  you get a ladder not have a bucket of [TS]

  confetti yep there's a lot of things Rip [TS]

  Taylor and the Harlem Globetrotters can [TS]

  teach us lie a lot about life fucking [TS]

  and also remember god dammit [TS]

  remember it's a hustle it's a hustle you [TS]

  go and watch you go and watch that pool [TS]

  hustling movie with the guy from the [TS]

  spaghetti sauce that has the point of [TS]

  the Hustle is you have to make them [TS]

  think that they can win that's that's [TS]

  the con con its confidence in you [TS]

  well there's the there's the there's the [TS]

  guy with the there's the there's a [TS]

  spaghetti sauce guy when he's the [TS]

  hustler right now for honeymooners well [TS]

  and then that's right with the [TS]

  honeymooner and then there's the hustle [TS]

  movie where it's the guy from bartender [TS]

  the movie [TS]

  oh it's been in his bottles and stuff oh [TS]

  yeah but the guy from FX but you owe ya [TS]

  big either from the yeah I don't like me [TS]

  to mention Scientology on the program [TS]

  but he's and is famous for that he's [TS]

  nosy man [TS]

  have some respect to the hustle talk [TS]

  about the hustle whoo all man they know [TS]

  the hostel hold these cans so so second [TS]

  that they're literally can't [TS]

  yeah it's we gotta teach them my side I [TS]

  saw an e-meter i watched a lot of signs [TS]

  there seemed to be a really mean I have [TS]

  let me just say that like between [TS]

  professional wrestling and scientology i [TS]

  I've seen a lot of documentaries and [TS]

  it's still amazing to me inside huh [TS]

  I mean it really they really have not [TS]

  tried to make the e meter look like any [TS]

  more than a fisher-price toy when we [TS]

  talk about Scientology I really get the [TS]

  feeling that our German fans sit up in [TS]

  their chairs they said they moved moved [TS]

  to the edge of the chairs they really [TS]

  are let that put their hands on their [TS]

  headphones like I'll tell us more [TS]

  mhm but but there is I do feel like [TS]

  finish to Scientology talk I feel like [TS]

  the the ER actor friends a little [TS]

  uncomfortable [TS]

  well you know it's a little it's a lot [TS]

  about who you know you know [TS]

  oh yeah I'm just saying I'm just saying [TS]

  there are some things that I believe [TS]

  this i believe I i believe i believe in [TS]

  a believable [TS]

  go ahead i believe in kindness and [TS]

  trying to teach their side of I talked [TS]

  to some friends of mine they have the [TS]

  rules of the house written by the front [TS]

  door [TS]

  you can stop now [TS]

  rules of the house on like on a [TS]

  chalkboard or like in a painting and [TS]

  they've written in permit rock and and [TS]

  where the rules of the house that I [TS]

  think about all the time because i [TS]

  really like it a lot it says you don't [TS]

  have to be nice but you have to be kind [TS]

  and I think that's a really really good [TS]

  distinction like being nice that's [TS]

  something you tell girls when you're [TS]

  asked him to smile but kindness to me is [TS]

  a good thing and I think you can still [TS]

  be kind and trick people [TS]

  it's a big part of tricking people as [TS]

  being kind a big part of being kind is [TS]

  tricking people [TS]

  well yeah it works both ways you know [TS]

  what I mean like there are a lot of [TS]

  people so this is the thing there lies [TS]

  of omission and there lies the lies of [TS]

  delight [TS]

  mhm and there's a there you are doing [TS]

  people favors sometimes but it's also a [TS]

  trick her into learning that you know [TS]

  kindness kindness is a good thing in [TS]

  general like being kind being polite and [TS]

  I think all these words mean different [TS]

  things being polite is a fantastic thing [TS]

  like saying please and thank you wow you [TS]

  have no idea how much shit in life you [TS]

  are going to get away with by saying [TS]

  please and thank you [TS]

  but also being polite this is the thing [TS]

  don't pick your nose [TS]

  I mean if you're gonna pick your nose [TS]

  not know where i can see it listen [TS]

  there's but there's I mean there are a [TS]

  lot of reasons to pick your nose and one [TS]

  of them is just that it's fucking [TS]

  pleasurable it's just like touching your [TS]

  clitoris except it's in your nose so [TS]

  let's not like a jigsaw puzzle you don't [TS]

  do that in a restaurant [TS]

  no and that's what I took clitoris part [TS]

  either one [TS]

  yeah don't pick your nose don't pick [TS]

  your clitoris in a restaurant but it's [TS]

  this is not gonna work great musical [TS]

  people's bad [TS]

  that's right don't think you know [TS]

  there's a handful of things that you [TS]

  never knew there's a couple of things [TS]

  you should never do don't pick your nose [TS]

  or your clitoris even if your name is [TS]

  Doris no matter how good that meal is [TS]

  keep your finger out of your crotch [TS]

  oh I love this musical everything's free [TS]

  in America Jesus Christ in America is it [TS]

  didn't already marina where are you now [TS]

  my god we this that's what we need right [TS]

  now in this culture we need real Marino [TS]

  and we need run we need Rip Torn ship [TS]

  repair the rift Taylor know we need rip [TS]

  torn ripped or was fantastic i love him [TS]

  on that comedy Garry Shandling show it [TS]

  was yeah you know I'm Rita Moreno was [TS]

  the first person i knew of as [TS]

  you got she's like the original guy [TS]

  doesn't she fucking top you got she's [TS]

  amazing she's amazing [TS]

  there's this I don't you ever seen west [TS]

  side story heard it come on [TS]

  okay yeah because there's a thing in [TS]

  there and like I stuff here this [TS]

  especially the youtube video you can [TS]

  watch this the one called quintet which [TS]

  is like everyone everything is coming [TS]

  together and like we're gonna do that [TS]

  tonight [TS]

  no 29 and does all the songs come [TS]

  together and all the gangs are walking [TS]

  together it really marinas put on our [TS]

  stockings and it's totally awesome and [TS]

  it's like a supercut new know it's about [TS]

  two thirds two thirds of the way in and [TS]

  it's right before the action really like [TS]

  fucking goes down the games are getting [TS]

  ready i gotta have their way to my and [TS]

  then anybody can find out that but I [TS]

  never heard any we have solved so it's [TS]

  all the songs and it keeps popping [TS]

  around you're popping around you're [TS]

  going over to what's-his-name and are [TS]

  you got your natalie wood [TS]

  ah well that's powerful nobody does that [TS]

  anymore i don't always want to sit down [TS]

  and have three hours of that but you [TS]

  know almost a little bit of story with [TS]

  the fringe on top you know you know what [TS]

  it is it's basically it's basically the [TS]

  going to the mattresses seen from [TS]

  Godfather so much so much a montage but [TS]

  it's happening right now it's a montage [TS]

  it's happening and the songs are linking [TS]

  up the songs are like POW in key with [TS]

  each other [TS]

  yeah i went to i was forced now forced [TS]

  into right Hamilton every satellite [TS]

  Hamilton no no I'm not gonna lie I was [TS]

  not forced to to to consume Hamilton i [TS]

  think i should consume Hamilton it's [TS]

  kind of a mean right now this is worse [TS]

  than that i was forced to consume the [TS]

  movie hurston Hamilton well worse than [TS]

  being forced to consume Hamilton yes is [TS]

  being forced to consume this movie with [TS]

  the robert de niro and the girl who [TS]

  nasal Manic Pixie dream girl in turn the [TS]

  intern [TS]

  oh dears i was forced to consume this [TS]

  movie I i happen to really like her I [TS]

  have dreams about her and I there's [TS]

  nowhere would see that movie [TS]

  she is a you know she's very she's very [TS]

  exciting particularly in this role as a [TS]

  CEO who everything the script keeps [TS]

  saying the script keeps putting in [TS]

  people's miles in this movie like oh [TS]

  she's really tough to work with she's a [TS]

  real ball breaker she's a tough [TS]

  CEO lady but the character actually has [TS]

  written and played it she breaks into [TS]

  tears all the time she's flighty and [TS]

  can't decide [TS]

  she's a Manic Pixie dream girl I who is [TS]

  apparently the CEO of this company but [TS]

  everybody all the script indicators are [TS]

  like all she's a real powerhouse and [TS]

  it's the incongruity is is jarring into [TS]

  the twist is that particular robert de [TS]

  niro is the intern Robertson arrows the [TS]

  intern he's an old man he wears a suit [TS]

  every day he comes from the old school [TS]

  and then first they don't get along very [TS]

  well they don't get along at all that's [TS]

  right she doesn't she know she doesn't [TS]

  need this kind of adult supervision and [TS]

  he is just very patient he's absolutely [TS]

  like a Dharma and I talk to you about [TS]

  Buddhism he's um he's a he's a Jesus [TS]

  warmer [TS]

  you know what I mean you can't leave the [TS]

  swarm that use the form of a Buddha [TS]

  stupa shaman that's right he's a British [TS]

  warmer and he just sits there on his [TS]

  toadstool she's very very wise is why is [TS]

  that he's waiting and he does menial [TS]

  tasks without complaining which is what [TS]

  wise old men do in order to eventually [TS]

  earn the trust of everyone in the end [TS]

  you know young guys look up to him and [TS]

  they want to they want to wear their tie [TS]

  the same way that he does etcetera [TS]

  etcetera [TS]

  you can write the script yourself tom [TS]

  but someone has to a little bit of the [TS]

  robert deniro in this movie problem is [TS]

  it's like it's like wooden fonds was in [TS]

  night shift planning its tight right so [TS]

  then so the first movie The Godfather is [TS]

  good that he was good movie [TS]

  he was but it's the first movie he does [TS]

  after happy days playing low status and [TS]

  he's playing low status he's like he's [TS]

  like a wiener and you're like no [TS]

  government no no not the Fonz [TS]

  yeah i mean anybody but the phones and [TS]

  then you realize all these great but you [TS]

  but the rest of his life you know Henry [TS]

  Winkler can't I mean the every other [TS]

  role he did were roles that Allinol the [TS]

  rejected for being too wimpy because [TS]

  he's like I don't want to be the fonz [TS]

  and he's had a great like third career [TS]

  though he's wonderful [TS]

  henry winkler's wonderful but Robert De [TS]

  Niro he's like he's like limping around [TS]

  in this movie and you think is taking an [TS]

  extended like victory lap at this point [TS]

  I don't know what does he need the money [TS]

  well you know actors work you know they [TS]

  like right now working working is good [TS]

  it keeps you young keep it relevant but [TS]

  no you still still kinda hoping me and [TS]

  you have one more in you have one more [TS]

  than she's gonna blow us out of the [TS]

  water this is vito corleone he went back [TS]

  he went back to the to the olive oil guy [TS]

  and stabbed him in the chest and then [TS]

  like through is fucking glove atom or [TS]

  whatever that whatever he stabs him and [TS]

  he throws like a I don't know what he [TS]

  throws his life a pair of pow [TS]

  uh-huh and and now he's like limping [TS]

  through this book movie where he's like [TS]

  planning and in turn i just can't i [TS]

  can't sell its goodfellas 25 years ago [TS]

  now it wasn't good fellows was about [TS]

  events that were ten years prior to the [TS]

  20 all the concerts on Lufthansa heist i [TS]

  think was in least 78 yeah yeah we're [TS]

  heading the movie came out at 9191 yeah [TS]

  it's like it's like 12 years and now [TS]

  it's 25 years from the movie The oh come [TS]

  on [TS]

  but like what would you know name an [TS]

  awesome Robert De Niro movie post-1990 [TS]

  one you got analyze this analyze me [TS]

  nope get analized nope final analysis [TS]

  huh [TS]

  no I don't accept them triptalk don't [TS]

  accept it [TS]

  final answer what does this little [TS]

  village outside been right here he did [TS]

  is he did I saw a movie where he wear [TS]

  his family was under attack by some [TS]

  terrorists that was like an attempt to [TS]

  get him back into and it was the war [TS]

  absolutely the worst fears no I mean but [TS]

  that ok Fear Cape Fear where's that it's [TS]

  early it's it's it's back in the pits [TS]

  back in the good days when Nick Nolte [TS]

  was good right right and you get uh what [TS]

  you had the Scientologists in that [TS]

  Patricia Arquette know Angelo Lee Lewis [TS]

  Juliette Juliette Lewis juliette lewis [TS]

  Julia cases Scientologist [TS]

  Wow which one was in desperately seeking [TS]

  Susan that's like a rose a narc [TS]

  I want to see in the morning rosanna [TS]

  rosanna rosanna arquette now that's my [TS]

  eye I think I always get Juliette Lewis [TS]

  and rosanna arquette mixed up because [TS]

  there's another one of those rats rats [TS]

  nest of actors problems it's like me you [TS]

  know with wilford brimley like I always [TS]

  think everyone football friends all [TS]

  those same guys I think he's Brian [TS]

  Dennehy I think he stopped sweet i think [TS]

  they're all the same guy can tell me [TS]

  what are you talking about Wilford [TS]

  Brimley's wilford brimley you know he [TS]

  was in the thing he wasn't the thing i'm [TS]

  missing cocoon [TS]

  I mean famously he was like 50 years old [TS]

  he's basically the same age that you and [TS]

  I are except he was in cocoon playing [TS]

  like a no-no by the way up [TS]

  follow up in recent of podcast mean the [TS]

  one we recorded two hours ago I we [TS]

  talked about talked about Archie Bunker [TS]

  on all in the family you know how old he [TS]

  was in the first season of all the [TS]

  family [TS]

  well how old at 47 only go back the same [TS]

  age as me [TS]

  yep Archy bharti bunker archie bunker [TS]

  was started out younger than me and you [TS]

  know you guys in men one man we could [TS]

  use them bad like men who don't tell me [TS]

  you don't like musicals listen to you go [TS]

  didn't know alpha stage chicks and ducks [TS]

  and geese better scurry [TS]

  yeah dirty grandpas in called dirty [TS]

  grandpa that Archie Bunker know Robert [TS]

  De Niro 2016 movie coming out called [TS]

  dirty grandpa replays dick Kelley I [TS]

  don't want to see that won't use it [TS]

  he's in those dumb movies with the money [TS]

  knows he meets the parents that's right [TS]

  is the parents is this digital parent [TS]

  and he's playing it's like it's like The [TS]

  Naked Gun he's playing here Leslie [TS]

  Nielsen yeah yeah serious role in the [TS]

  center of a dumb comedy casino 1995 [TS]

  never saw ok ok ok that's a great [TS]

  yeah I think that's really good well [TS]

  you've never seen casino no I have it [TS]

  oh yeah oh merlin I should see that huh [TS]

  well it's it's very depressing [TS]

  that's good I like that and and it's um [TS]

  and sign some ways it's appalling but a [TS]

  wonderful wonderful film [TS]

  Sharon Stone she's got a game on she's [TS]

  really something to watch so sharon [TS]

  stone goes so far into this movie Casino [TS]

  the her acting is so tremendous that she [TS]

  makes you a despise her with you and be [TS]

  she actually liked visibly comes apart [TS]

  in the filming of this movie like like [TS]

  you can tell she's like Shelley Duvall [TS]

  it's like Martin Sheen apocalypse now [TS]

  she's sitting in a hotel room drunk [TS]

  crying and just like shooting at the [TS]

  walls hot and you see it in the film and [TS]

  you're just like oh my god and of course [TS]

  James Woods woods is there to just put [TS]

  this layer of slime on everything [TS]

  yeah he's so he's just so awful [TS]

  he's suing people about Twitter yeah I [TS]

  know he's using he's a crazy person now [TS]

  you got to wag the dog 1997 analyze this [TS]

  don't allowance analyze that rope going [TS]

  to analyze analyze those meet the [TS]

  fockers analyze these nuts [TS]

  little fockers know a soul silver [TS]

  linings playbook [TS]

  mhm don't know what that is never saw it [TS]

  that guy's the guy does movies with [TS]

  those two people that are always in his [TS]

  movies [TS]

  uh oh you know it hurts our bag except [TS]

  many of the people who were released out [TS]

  of dimensional system find out the world [TS]

  has become even dogs insecure imagined [TS]

  haha carry steamboat uh-huh [TS]

  oh did you know I had I have a friend [TS]

  who I think we may have talked about not [TS]

  talk about this matter i can't remember [TS]

  up this podcast my other one but you [TS]

  know I had a friend that had other owned [TS]

  a boat called the pits corolla is that [TS]

  right yeah it seems like maybe not such [TS]

  a good idea is it's Bernard the Austrian [TS]

  Oh Bernard the Oscar on the Austrian a [TS]

  boat called the fifth caroga american [TS]

  hustle also buy that one guy american [TS]

  hustle [TS]

  who is that guy who I think about David [TS]

  Jacob dominant David know it's a [TS]

  national amateur Ernesto moment yeah [TS]

  what's the guy's name David David Foster [TS]

  compliment [TS]

  yeah its name Bradley Cooper is the guy [TS]

  who's always in his movies and the [TS]

  director's name is Robert Rufus w [TS]

  firefly wild man fischer David Oh [TS]

  Russell even a rough David O Russell's [TS]

  David Selznick David Selznick hotels [TS]

  ahlberg Roy you know it's great you ever [TS]

  go to the plot keywords section of an [TS]

  IMDb movie where I most on well [TS]

  historians and mostly fetishist I think [TS]

  have gone in and and indicated that [TS]

  something happens in this movie so [TS]

  here's some here some plot keywords from [TS]

  american hustle cheating husband drunk [TS]

  wife [TS]

  yep sexual attraction yes New Jersey [TS]

  diverse but you also have hair in [TS]

  curlers homemade to pay women wearing a [TS]

  one-piece swimsuit uh-huh laps game [TS]

  right that's all about apps cab scam [TS]

  charm bracelet you got charm bracelet [TS]

  woman in the key woman in a bikini [TS]

  you got open block open blouse balding [TS]

  and get home made to pay so Amy Adams mm [TS]

  um like the tags are keywords is [TS]

  extraordinary and I think she's amazing [TS]

  she's an extraordinary act is [TS]

  incandescent mm she really is tremendous [TS]

  and-and-and-and anything she's in she [TS]

  lights up the screen and some of her [TS]

  outfits in this film [TS]

  alright truly are truly worth their own [TS]

  film i would watch a supercut just of [TS]

  amy adams from this film but american [TS]

  hustle is the debut as far as I was [TS]

  concerned the debut of Jennifer Lawrence [TS]

  she's magic and I then went back and [TS]

  watched a Jennifer Lawrence movies [TS]

  because x-men movies [TS]

  well she's me she's the bezel she's the [TS]

  second mistake we're becca remain was [TS]

  the first mystique and then romain was [TS]

  incredible [TS]

  that's Rebecca remain stainless that's [TS]

  right that's not charlie sheen totally [TS]

  fantastic as a as the blue girl she's [TS]

  good blue girl she's a Hunger Games [TS]

  movie is very good but I did not watch [TS]

  the subsequent x-men because it felt [TS]

  like it was fanfic now don't worry this [TS]

  anything right i mean there were there [TS]

  were the first not tell you which ones [TS]

  to watch don't worry first couple x-men [TS]

  were great and then it just went into [TS]

  this world of like it's like the star [TS]

  wars cartoon [TS]

  John you probably do not have too many [TS]

  friends that are bigger x-men fans and I [TS]

  am and there's just there's two movies I [TS]

  just can't even get through I know I [TS]

  know I know you're the and that's why we [TS]

  haven't talked about this before because [TS]

  I know that it's very important little [TS]

  you're close to help your cosmology and [TS]

  the x-men cosmology I think have have [TS]

  have overlap so much that it's hard for [TS]

  you to tell what's happened to you in [TS]

  your life and what has happened in the [TS]

  accident which one am i exactly what [TS]

  Jennifer Lawrence yeah I mean I wasn't [TS]

  even going to watch those ones where she [TS]

  carries a crossbow around and there's [TS]

  like and dumb things are happening first [TS]

  one is better than you think [TS]

  hit the first ones were actually good [TS]

  it's really good it gets very much into [TS]

  like it starts to be like season five of [TS]

  lost after a while we're like voices are [TS]

  coming out there's a polar bear and [TS]

  there's some smoke smoke man it's just [TS]

  like what is the greatest book and movie [TS]

  ever made but I mean there's a lot of [TS]

  levels to that when i watched I wasn't [TS]

  prepared for like how sophisticated the [TS]

  cultural criticism of that was you know [TS]

  who should have been a script doctor on [TS]

  that film somebody who's really good at [TS]

  doctoring action movies yours truly [TS]

  but Jennifer Lawrence walks onto the [TS]

  screen in american hustle the movie and [TS]

  did it then the movie is forever altered [TS]

  she's so great [TS]

  Jews up the scene that's what they say [TS]

  about her uh-huh [TS]

  let's get that Batman's in that one too [TS]

  yeah and he doesn't do a he doesn't do a [TS]

  bad job [TS]

  yeah but but my feeling is bradley [TS]

  cooper is the one that dragged that [TS]

  movie down so interesting and part of it [TS]

  is his like seventies makeup just isn't [TS]

  convincing he does not look like a [TS]

  seventies person [TS]

  yeah the other to do a Hawkeye and [TS]

  Batman pose look very seventies and [TS]

  Jeremy Jeremy Renner can pull off a lot [TS]

  of things like that guy but I feel like [TS]

  Bradley Cooper you know it's like when [TS]

  you look at a picture of people from [TS]

  1911 and they just don't look like us [TS]

  now they totally still yes totally tell [TS]

  you see one person does look like us it [TS]

  really sticks out right so you make a [TS]

  movie about 1911 you don't put any amy [TS]

  adams in it because there's just nothing [TS]

  you can do you can't put her hair in a [TS]

  bun and make her look like anything [TS]

  she's gonna look like now [TS]

  yeah and Bradley Cooper just has one of [TS]

  those places where it's like at any [TS]

  previous time if a child was born [TS]

  looking like Bradley Cooper [TS]

  they would have drowned in a bucket yeah [TS]

  now he's a big movie star in 1911 [TS]

  would've been like what happened this [TS]

  this little child his face is to pinch [TS]

  you know like put him out of his misery [TS]

  they were looking for people with meteor [TS]

  features back in the day you keep me [TS]

  that you keep up with the people from [TS]

  SWS let me think Walt Terrell Walker was [TS]

  in SWS you know SWS was a pretty diverse [TS]

  group of people Kara Walker was a was a [TS]

  kid who played the keyboard and he wore [TS]

  a bow tie and he was african-american [TS]

  and this was you know this was early in [TS]

  the this early eighties and he was a [TS]

  very very I was a good friend Darrell [TS]

  Walker many years later through Facebook [TS]

  or something maybe it was my 20-year [TS]

  reunion he expressed incredulity that of [TS]

  all the people in the world who had [TS]

  become a professional musician it would [TS]

  be me because in high school he [TS]

  religiously practiced the piano and wore [TS]

  a bow tie and was prepared to go to the [TS]

  show I day one he's ready to go [TS]

  he's right he like he was showbiz and I [TS]

  think he's I think he still plays the [TS]

  piano and and then maybe has done a lot [TS]

  of performance over the years but he was [TS]

  like incredulous in a way where he was [TS]

  like congratulating me but he was also [TS]

  like what the fuck how did you uh yeah [TS]

  become a professional agency you didn't [TS]

  do anything in high school except walk [TS]

  around that press pass and sleep on the [TS]

  couches in the middle of the day how how [TS]

  did you even get away with that [TS]

  how did you sleep on the couches and in [TS]

  school and still graduate let alone then [TS]

  go on to become a musician and I was [TS]

  like Terrell I don't know what to tell [TS]

  you but so general Walker I see on the [TS]

  internet but i'm actually still pretty [TS]

  good friends with on shackleford well [TS]

  that's nice to hear [TS]

  yeah he came so he retired as a high [TS]

  school principal and got his ear pierced [TS]

  Wow right yeah Slyke like child of the [TS]

  60s [TS]

  he was waiting the whole time and it age [TS]

  whatever 65 got his ear pierced and then [TS]

  now [TS]

  yeah we see each other he comments on my [TS]

  facebook page all the time you know we [TS]

  like to play the dozens and I still [TS]

  consider him a friend on shackleford [TS]

  more shack as we call on the shack [TS]

  yeah i sent you one of the Tyrell [TS]

  Walker's I could find and if you get [TS]

  that link and it's an african-american [TS]

  guy who-who just mostly post photos of [TS]

  his midsection he pulls up your shirt [TS]

  and takes a photo and then you put it on [TS]

  his Twitter let me see that doesn't [TS]

  sound like my guy [TS]

  yeah that's a little young yeah oh yeah [TS]

  no I mean yeah he's a handsome guy she [TS]

  likes she likes pictures of his [TS]

  midsection [TS]

  well you know he's got a real six-pack [TS]

  there a 8 pack em but boy and it seems [TS]

  like he's got a gold grill too so he's [TS]

  oh look at that [TS]

  yeah he's its your right its all selfies [TS]

  Darren is that profile pictures him [TS]

  holding up a shirt and take a picture of [TS]

  his stomach [TS]

  yes actually for a real bad one the [TS]

  baddest Ardis ain't ready guess he's [TS]

  kissing girls here [TS]

  mhm when people put a snapchat address [TS]

  in their twitter profile or are you [TS]

  supposed to send a photo that is that [TS]

  now you basically asking people to send [TS]

  your movie pictures when you do that why [TS]

  do people do that where there's so many [TS]

  people who put their snapshot [TS]

  information in their profile but will [TS]

  you explain to me what snap total i'm [TS]

  not sure i think snapchat is the one [TS]

  where teens send each other [TS]

  expiring dick pics oh I think that might [TS]

  be snapchat right you know what when you [TS]

  can you explain to me one time what [TS]

  negging was and yeah we're not really [TS]

  i'm so glad that you you explain that to [TS]

  me because like you know stressing [TS]

  everywhere I'd be in the dark if I [TS]

  didn't know what it was and snapchat [TS]

  they talk about it all the time and I'm [TS]

  like I am an archivist i do not want to [TS]

  pop I do not want pictures to disappear [TS]

  i want pictures to be collected [TS]

  I am NOT inbox zero I'm inbox 45,000 [TS]

  yeah now [TS]

  yeah but i noticed when i get fake fake [TS]

  Twitter followers and wasn't even trying [TS]

  you know you have to fake Twitter [TS]

  followers and some stolen picture of a [TS]

  lady and and she mostly rights in like [TS]

  dollar signs and emojis and I was the [TS]

  snapchat and a address in there it's [TS]

  like a social network but you sent you [TS]

  the pictures right is that it you don't [TS]

  even know if we should bring somebody [TS]

  into maybe John Sirica tell us what it [TS]

  is [TS]

  well this could be what our intern does [TS]

  how we can in turn John we do a grant [TS]

  writing process we bring in an Internet [TS]

  can explain what snapchat is what are we [TS]

  looking for in turn my girl I've got [TS]

  ideas what you want enthusiasm I mean [TS]

  curiosity the right amount of enthusiasm [TS]

  there are a lot of people come up to me [TS]

  with a tremendous amount of enthusiasm [TS]

  too much want to tell me how help them [TS]

  uh-huh and I go well that's great and [TS]

  then they want to go get some and I'm [TS]

  like I'm getting far with you go when [TS]

  you can find people your own age gap [TS]

  with yeah i mean i'm going on my way to [TS]

  get far if you see me there you cannot [TS]

  at me [TS]

  yeah we're sitting around i wanna hear [TS]

  about your girlfriend problems so i [TS]

  wanna i want a i want a young person [TS]

  with enthusiasm but you got a strong [TS]

  back to me like I'm your lifting yeah [TS]

  there's a lot of it they can help us I [TS]

  for curiouser we just simply don't [TS]

  understand something they could they [TS]

  could serve as a kind of a translator [TS]

  emissary there were there were people [TS]

  there were people on my campaign staff [TS]

  that did that quite a bit there was a [TS]

  there was a there was one kid who really [TS]

  knew read it and I did a reddit AMA I am [TS]

  and he was just doing all the although [TS]

  like facilitating so that i could sit [TS]

  there on my keyboard and just be like [TS]

  totally i'm doing some writing i'm doing [TS]

  some writing and then he was he was like [TS]

  I guess weeding through the the [TS]

  questions and like pitching me questions [TS]

  and I didn't have to read through all [TS]

  the other 25 questions of like to still [TS]

  big bro bullsbrook yeah and you know and [TS]

  give you that you did a nice job you and [TS]

  your team did a great job of picking [TS]

  good questions and providing good [TS]

  answers that was very well done well so [TS]

  i could do the answers because I [TS]

  awesome happened to figure out what the [TS]

  questions were yeah so an i was a young [TS]

  person if you're over 25 if you're under [TS]

  25 i think the interface of read it [TS]

  probably makes a lot of sense i find it [TS]

  very confusing to look at [TS]

  well all the people that know all the [TS]

  shortcuts oh you got a real nice [TS]

  oh yeah it's a skill your command H is [TS]

  to go to to get hella you send somebody [TS]

  a hat [TS]

  yeah right no you don't know what [TS]

  command H is that's a you know [TS]

  hop to it or helped as per our chrome [TS]

  would say come to MH dark rums had hoped [TS]

  so but anyway about IMDb out when you [TS]

  when you google let's say let's say [TS]

  let's let me test it out right now [TS]

  yeah i'm going to google Amy Adam see me [TS]

  and adams and then what comes up on Amy [TS]

  out of the IMDb right at the top [TS]

  yeah and I don't want to interface with [TS]

  IMDb because they have a certain they [TS]

  think the world is constructed a certain [TS]

  way [TS]

  ok so I turn I click on IMDb i turn it [TS]

  on turn on IMDb and then I'm offered a [TS]

  picture for witches which is a [TS]

  delightful and then I've gotta click on [TS]

  something to see the full bio I've got [TS]

  to look down here channel featuring [TS]

  realms sort by rating [TS]

  I don't care about that filmography [TS]

  that's not what I'm looking for I want [TS]

  to know about Amy Adams so i get off of [TS]

  IMDB and I go to Wikipedia which is [TS]

  where i really want to be that has all [TS]

  the in from all the same information [TS]

  that IMDb does but in in a place that [TS]

  has lots of hyperlinks which I like you [TS]

  can also go to wikifeet which always [TS]

  shows up high in the returns this is [TS]

  something many people have noticed I [TS]

  used to worry that it was just me but [TS]

  whenever you put in the name of a [TS]

  celebrity two things pop up a net worth [TS]

  and feet [TS]

  what'swhat's wikifeet oh it's a picture [TS]

  ladies feet [TS]

  it's all like celebrity feet but it is [TS]

  it strange that of all the picadillo [TS]

  those that show up there like everybody [TS]

  seems to get this if so you type in Amy [TS]

  Adams lets you forget networker feet [TS]

  Amy knows all right well [TS]

  see here 10 feet on the homepage look at [TS]

  that but really I get mad about a lot of [TS]

  time if i type in the name of a [TS]

  celebrity [TS]

  it's plastic surgery plastic surgery yet [TS]

  worth of feet or gay get that sometimes [TS]

  too [TS]

  I mean one-quarter to one-third of amy [TS]

  adams page on IMDb is devoted to asking [TS]

  the question who is negative on walking [TS]

  dead the walking dead world is abuzz [TS]

  about the casting of jeffrey dean morgan [TS]

  yeah I don't think that's big that's [TS]

  that guy from watchmen yeah that was [TS]

  gonna miss the comedian in watchmen no [TS]

  no [TS]

  well you know who owns the IMDb who [TS]

  amazon uh-huh [TS]

  all the pieces are fitting together now [TS]

  see they want to feed you back into the [TS]

  system [TS]

  I don't want i do not why did I don't [TS]

  want to buy anything I'm not a I'm not a [TS]

  privilege consumer who I just want to [TS]

  see the information i want to know that [TS]

  that Amy Adams was bored you want to [TS]

  raise your daughter that way you don't [TS]

  want her growing up looking at the [TS]

  Internet as a consumer you're not gonna [TS]

  do it are you are you calling me through [TS]

  an n-gram machine [TS]

  why what happened well it seems a little [TS]

  bit like you're talking to me through a [TS]

  can that might be your microphone don't [TS]

  know i sound great [TS]

  you sound great to you yeah shy [TS]

  disconnect and reconnect [TS]

  I mean if as long as you feel like it's [TS]

  it's recording properly i think we just [TS]

  keep going [TS]

  it's all fine on this end let me watch [TS]

  em people popping people we're okay from [TS]

  here [TS]

  okay thanks to something in the [TS]

  interwebs yeah yeah i don't know i don't [TS]

  like that Superman Man of Steel movie [TS]

  didn't like it no no no that we talked [TS]

  about that right i think we did like 80 [TS]

  million people died in that movie and [TS]

  there's absolutely no you know what we [TS]

  did we did we did talk about that yeah [TS]

  yeah um I feel like Wikipedia oh here's [TS]

  a question that I wanted to ask you [TS]

  yes what is the internet okay i mean [TS]

  like literally where does it [TS]

  where does it live in what is it I mean [TS]

  anymore i know what websites are like [TS]

  what is [TS]

  the internet exactly that's where [TS]

  websites live [TS]

  yeah I'm the wrong person to ask about [TS]

  the technical parts of that I mean [TS]

  where's John siracusa when you need him [TS]

  he also the internet issue we couldn't [TS]

  stop him he believes me now all of a [TS]

  sudden I don't want to know what the [TS]

  internet is believed in the evolution [TS]

  the evolution of the Internet the way [TS]

  that it's evolved over the years through [TS]

  adaptations yeah it just it just it [TS]

  wants to be a thing that it just evolves [TS]

  to it i'll tell you what i was told in [TS]

  in 1993 was that it started out as a [TS]

  DARPA project is mainly about ensuring [TS]

  that communications could continue in [TS]

  the event of like an apocalypse [TS]

  thank you don't answer that that's what [TS]

  I've heard but now it's a series of [TS]

  tubes [TS]

  it's not the letters not like the back [TS]

  of the truck it's running through the [TS]

  Nevada desert and it has google on it [TS]

  yep and Amazon presumably and you can't [TS]

  see all parts of it from china and you [TS]

  get tour we got toward the Deep Web the [TS]

  onion [TS]

  yeah there are some websites you can [TS]

  only see if you're running tour and and [TS]

  you and on those places you're paying [TS]

  for drugs with Bitcoin not anymore [TS]

  oh well i don't know i mean the silk [TS]

  road shut that thing down yeah but [TS]

  you're sharing videos that other people [TS]

  don't want to see an interesting idea [TS]

  that because I I i tried tour probably [TS]

  try to get at some point I tried a few [TS]

  years ago and it was too much overhead [TS]

  for me but i think it i had never known [TS]

  about the fact that there are websites [TS]

  you can only get to through you know [TS]

  obfuscating encryption very interesting [TS]

  idea so tour is a search engine note or [TS]

  is a protocol that office Kate's your IP [TS]

  address and makes it so that it's you [TS]

  can't tell who's doing what and and that [TS]

  also has a component that only allows us [TS]

  there that that gets you through a [TS]

  doorway and there are all these websites [TS]

  that are hiding we have this is when [TS]

  they talk about I get the word from this [TS]

  dark dark net or deep whatever whatever [TS]

  but basically that there's this idea a [TS]

  dark web deep net [TS]

  yeah I love that comic but there's like [TS]

  there's a whole bunch of the internet [TS]

  that we can see ya [TS]

  which is on you know HTTP you know [TS]

  public websites there's this whole [TS]

  internet that consists of places that we [TS]

  don't see or can see that includes stuff [TS]

  like you know theoretically your [TS]

  financial accounts or whatever all kinds [TS]

  of internets but also a lot of sites you [TS]

  know that are like not findable my [TS]

  google all the way down to sites like [TS]

  you know some of the hacker if excites [TS]

  you can only get to using the tor [TS]

  browser and I've seen this graphic on [TS]

  4chan where there's a picture of an [TS]

  iceberg and up on the top of the iceberg [TS]

  visible part of it is like Google and [TS]

  Amazon and and and you know Friendster [TS]

  and then the whole bottom of the iceberg [TS]

  yep the largest part of the iceberg is [TS]

  deep web what you mentioned that is well [TS]

  having spent some time on 4chan where [TS]

  some of that what are some of the like [TS]

  brown froth of that deep web comes up to [TS]

  the surface [TS]

  I have some sense of what it is and I [TS]

  don't want to see it yeah but then [TS]

  there's all that there's all that [TS]

  curiosity about like we don't know [TS]

  what's really going down on a surreal [TS]

  you get the real the real story on Amy [TS]

  Adams maybe but see I don't I really [TS]

  don't want to know the real story and [TS]

  also I don't wanna I don't want to be [TS]

  running XHTML or whatever i kinda wanna [TS]

  how do we get onto this i don't have to [TS]

  learn about something i don't want to [TS]

  learn anymore i just want to see here's [TS]

  what i want to see I want to see [TS]

  celebrities who are in revealing outfits [TS]

  you know I want to see nip slips [TS]

  I want to avoid people on facebook who [TS]

  talk about gun control [TS]

  I want to post on Twitter and not be all [TS]

  that and everyone's well I want to go on [TS]

  ebay late at night and have a sort of a [TS]

  bipolar be episode where I buy a lot of [TS]

  old military emblem it's not really that [TS]

  complicated your needs are not they [TS]

  don't seem difficult know seems like the [TS]

  technology should be there for you to do [TS]

  pretty much all of that it's easy Oh [TS]

  also if people are talking about me on [TS]

  the Internet I want to be able to go on [TS]

  there and um and take them aside and [TS]

  sometimes maybe put them in a in a hot [TS]

  box and and say what we have here is a [TS]

  failure to communicate [TS]

  ok so I blocks I get it [TS]

  what do they call that like a huddle [TS]

  room like my wife works it's an [TS]

  open-plan everybody's got a desk in a [TS]

  standing desk and you can have a huddle [TS]

  room and it's all these little like [TS]

  smaller than a conference room bigger [TS]

  than a phone booth like where you can go [TS]

  and you can take a phone call you can [TS]

  have a minute there's one weekend just [TS]

  going to change your clothes if you want [TS]

  to go running [TS]

  it's really nice so anyway you wanna [TS]

  huddle room but it seems to me you also [TS]

  want to be able to capture their [TS]

  connections such a way there's no where [TS]

  they can go but the huddle room like and [TS]

  then be there not allowed to leave until [TS]

  you're done [TS]

  that's right like hey guess what your [TS]

  internet now is just looking at me for a [TS]

  while and we're gonna talk about we're [TS]

  going talk about some stuff you said and [TS]

  we're going to talk about you what you [TS]

  want to pop up principal's office that's [TS]

  right come on in here and wanted to take [TS]

  a seat MC sure [TS]

  close the door behind you don't need the [TS]

  edge of that chair buddy and i also want [TS]

  to use the internet to sequester dick [TS]

  cheney in a shipping notice that the [TS]

  better and give him all those of LSD [TS]

  while I play on repeat [TS]

  you realize you're pulling me down with [TS]

  this when you play you play well or even [TS]

  going into usage fees and go alright [TS]

  alright that's that we call me and say [TS]

  one freezing cold and IQ so until he [TS]

  just mad rare profit sorry chica I Bob [TS]

  no I want to personally I want to do a [TS]

  supercut of all of all of the television [TS]

  footage where dick cheney gave like any [TS]

  kind of press conference and all of this [TS]

  sort of accompanying television footage [TS]

  of like all the stuff that actually was [TS]

  going on and the newscasters talking [TS]

  about that you know it's like it's it's [TS]

  like a montage scene from the Vietnam [TS]

  film where where the background is like [TS]

  this is the end my only friend the end [TS]

  while the helicopters are coming in and [TS]

  no good use somebody do that maybe you [TS]

  could use that song should think you use [TS]

  that song it to do a Vietnam montage by [TS]

  Jesus submission to that they can [TS]

  totally do that [TS]

  that's a good idea but we did we do a [TS]

  similar type of thing with Dick Cheney [TS]

  except i guess the soundtrack will be [TS]

  except i guess the soundtrack will be [TS]

  right said fred or something what would [TS]

  you put on there what was the most [TS]

  popular at the time which conflated the [TS]

  more recent call for welcoming changes [TS]

  had a long career so we're talking a lot [TS]

  of people actually we could start with [TS]

  with the doors and move move through the [TS]

  history of music but then so he's [TS]

  sitting in the room he has to drink [TS]

  water there's a sink their right so he [TS]

  drinks he's drinking water to keep alive [TS]

  but there's a little bit LSD in the [TS]

  water [TS]

  why do I need your system and so he's [TS]

  like well why are there but you know the [TS]

  room is pretty plain so he's just like [TS]

  well the walls are kind of breathing but [TS]

  it and then the TV is on and and it's [TS]

  only one channel and it just plays like [TS]

  him [TS]

  it displays himself to him but just [TS]

  slightly we just start to slightly [TS]

  edited it slightly modified or it's just [TS]

  like not quite how you remembers it very [TS]

  slowly [TS]

  it was really more Cindy grimace just [TS]

  looking at work a little bit at a time [TS]

  and he's in a shipping container buried [TS]

  in the desert but there are windows in [TS]

  the shipping container where we have put [TS]

  some Trump loyal like there's palm trees [TS]

  outside the window so you can open up [TS]

  the shades and there's a little like [TS]

  there's a diorama there where he's like [TS]

  it looks like the outside [TS]

  he's living in it a third graders and [TS]

  like experiment for school little army [TS]

  men in it [TS]

  yeah it's just good and the outside is [TS]

  like so you know the sit-in Marty Krofft [TS]

  sort of like like a HR Pufnstuf HR [TS]

  Pufnstuf but but it looks at first it [TS]

  looks real so he's like how about the [TS]

  window won't open it feels like he's in [TS]

  a real place and then little by little [TS]

  bit more and more stuff is introduced [TS]

  that just seems like what I'll do with [TS]

  that was the desert always that color in [TS]

  the late charles nelson reilly walks out [TS]

  of a top hat haha [TS]

  I idea i just feel like little by little [TS]

  you know and then every once in a while [TS]

  you know I all and also will tilt the [TS]

  floor just by I'm just like a millimeter [TS]

  to start to tilt the floor just a [TS]

  millimeter and time and and it's it's [TS]

  one it's one of those optical illusion [TS]

  things where it doesn't look tilted and [TS]

  now writes down on his hands and knees [TS]

  looking at the floor [TS]

  something's fucked up yeah but but [TS]

  there's just enough LSD in the water [TS]

  that you can't quite be sure we should [TS]

  be far the ideas you keep it right on [TS]

  the edge [TS]

  yeah yeah it's that thing when you when [TS]

  you first take a senior like this is [TS]

  happening I can tell is really happening [TS]

  it should be like that for like six [TS]

  years yeah that's right and the thing is [TS]

  it's just an upright that it's just like [TS]

  what is it oh my hands are so have you [TS]

  ever looked at your hands [TS]

  you know he's doing never really looked [TS]

  at your hands he's all by himself right [TS]

  in a shipping container two years in the [TS]

  floor has dropped in one corner 22 and a [TS]

  half millimeters this and it's just like [TS]

  and he's looking out the window at the [TS]

  desert and it just Sun comes up the sun [TS]

  goes down but did you see did you see [TS]

  that the juice [TS]

  well what was that he's staring out the [TS]

  window all day because it's all there is [TS]

  to do and and then he's also in the TV [TS]

  is on the policy shifts a little bit [TS]

  over but it's just broadcasting this [TS]

  loop but over the course of of years [TS]

  like just a little bit scared shaved out [TS]

  of the loop start things start to like [TS]

  what was that what did I just see [TS]

  there's a little like instant just one [TS]

  frame dick shot [TS]

  Oh God and then over here just over time [TS]

  and then over also videotaping him the [TS]

  entire time [TS]

  mm so yeah and that you know and [TS]

  Rumsfeld is in the shipping container [TS]

  right next to him [TS]

  Laurens equal burger condi rice [TS]

  yeah it's seriously it's still extremely [TS]

  extremely uncomfortable right now strong [TS]

  as I want to get this done before he [TS]

  dies of a heart attack and you know like [TS]

  I don't want I don't want him to die of [TS]

  a heart attack on my watch right like an [TS]

  account here that's a pre-existing [TS]

  condition [TS]

  and I think probably by now his heart is [TS]

  just mostly made of aluminum so I mean I [TS]

  might have decades people are gonna ask [TS]

  uh so i'm going to say if you're looking [TS]

  for the name of that song presents [TS]

  unusual just go to google and type in [TS]

  pris en ciel and it should auto fill the [TS]

  rest [TS]

  yeah but you want their several videos [TS]

  you want the one that starts in with the [TS]

  classroom with the girl standing up to [TS]

  those profits sorry and he says sica and [TS]

  that that's how you know you're on the [TS]

  right one because that's actually an [TS]

  amalgam of a couple shows the route 72 [TS]

  original with the the dance dance the [TS]

  black the black and white dance she's [TS]

  great [TS]

  la danse well and you know she was she [TS]

  was the lead actress in von Ryan's [TS]

  express i was reading about her i was [TS]

  googling her after seeing her in that [TS]

  video as you do and yeah she's she [TS]

  became a famous actress right well i [TS]

  think was even before she did the prison [TS]

  colonies rankings but she was a TV [TS]

  presenter right Nelly von Ryan's express [TS]

  what is one of those movies that pops up [TS]

  in netflix all the time when you're like [TS]

  I'd like to watch a world war two movie [TS]

  that features spies at any and if you [TS]

  put in world war two spy movie netflix [TS]

  is like that returns no results [TS]

  you're like okay spy movie they're like [TS]

  that returns no results [TS]

  you're like okay movie that returns no [TS]

  results like I don't understand your [TS]

  fucking algorithm you have a search [TS]

  window i'm looking for some things it [TS]

  never works but what they do everyone's [TS]

  well as pop-up von Ryan's express here's [TS]

  the thing you might like and you're like [TS]

  well it starts Frank Sinatra so you know [TS]

  I'm not gonna like it [TS]

  netflix if you know anything about me [TS]

  but then you watch it because it's a [TS]

  world war two movie and Frank Sinatra is [TS]

  not convincing in world war two you just [TS]

  you know that he skipped that war [TS]

  yeah but it's a you know it's a bit [TS]

  there are a lot of things that I should [TS]

  like about it it's on a train and it [TS]

  features though the woman from prison [TS]

  colon and some excuse so I mean maybe [TS]

  netflix or maybe netflix knows more [TS]

  about me than that then then I know [TS]

  yeah as much to get a credit Frank [TS]

  Sinatra for the one-and-done like one [TS]

  take approaching took the things that [TS]

  did it doesn't always make for great [TS]

  viewing know you're watching a world war [TS]

  two spy movie you know what they say [TS]

  shooby dooby that's not that's not where [TS]

  you're coming from [TS]

  it's not hip forward he's not hip huh no [TS]

  you're up diri you're up to your elbows [TS]

  in mud [TS]

  i watch that watch that movie the other [TS]

  night I isn't new one to me on i want to [TS]

  say netflix maybe hula but concede of it [TS]

  is here's a whole bunch of color footage [TS]

  from World War two [TS]

  oh yeah so they make a TV series out of [TS]

  that so the the narrations a little [TS]

  clunky because what they don't want to [TS]

  say is and here is more color footage of [TS]

  Hitler but i have to kind of construct [TS]

  the narrative around the footage that [TS]

  they've got right there is pretty [TS]

  amazing [TS]

  it's pretty amazing Goering was head of [TS]

  the Air Force yeah we know if you're [TS]

  coming with the head of the air force [TS]

  from a slightly different angle and did [TS]

  you know the air force was run by [TS]

  Hermann Goering there are some planes [TS]

  which are part of the air force also [TS]

  known as the Luftwaffe Luftwaffe I [TS]

  watched one of those documentaries the [TS]

  other day about girls brother Doug Doug [TS]

  Goering know is a great magician [TS]

  um and it was one of those i was on [TS]

  netflix i was trying to find where to [TS]

  spy movies that wasn't returning any [TS]

  results and they were like maybe you'd [TS]

  like to watch this documentary about [TS]

  girls brother and I was like how i [TS]

  really like is it come to this [TS]

  you're out of your ass stuff now has it [TS]

  am i watching a documentary about [TS]

  courage brother [TS]

  ok alright fine sure sure i'm not doing [TS]

  anything [TS]

  fine and so I watch it and it's one of [TS]

  those things that brought originally [TS]

  aired is it as a as a TV show so SS [TS]

  sounds like history channel to me you [TS]

  know they come back from commercials and [TS]

  they kind of recapitulating the thing [TS]

  that they just talked about [TS]

  yes and you're like I don't is isn't [TS]

  this is not a feature federal that's the [TS]

  bottom of the barrel you start you start [TS]

  you might start with the with all the [TS]

  hitters you start with us on the pity [TS]

  you won't show up you watch schindler's [TS]

  list you watch all the classics right [TS]

  yeah and then you start getting into [TS]

  like the really good documentaries and [TS]

  there are some really really really good [TS]

  down here memories the the height or low [TS]

  and i don't mean to make light of this [TS]

  but like you know be careful the night [TS]

  that you decide to go to archive.org and [TS]

  actually watch the original the movies [TS]

  that they shot the first uncover the [TS]

  camps [TS]

  oh yeah see this OH [TS]

  I that's that's rough feeling they only [TS]

  talk about this when they make that make [TS]

  the people from the town like yeah yeah [TS]

  going going and do the shovel and walk [TS]

  into the shed with Apollo oh yeah won't [TS]

  so you're emotionally emotionally [TS]

  wrecked your it's you know your several [TS]

  weeks into your Hitler movies and then [TS]

  the thing is then the thing is netflix [TS]

  is onto us there are so many World War [TS]

  two things on Netflix and so many of [TS]

  them sock terrible you can see you go to [TS]

  star ratings I mean on everything is [TS]

  already way over high rated on netflix a [TS]

  lot of the time but when you see the [TS]

  things that are like one half stars [TS]

  Gary's brother one so i did you ever [TS]

  read the book teaches sister [TS]

  nope well so Nietzsche's sister has a [TS]

  very fascinating story teaches sister [TS]

  was became of Nazi nationalist unless [TS]

  this Elizabeth firster Nita yeah and she [TS]

  was married to vagner son or something [TS]

  like that uh and talk about the National [TS]

  Socialists racking yeah yeah that's [TS]

  right and they actually went to South [TS]

  America to form a new write a German a [TS]

  German town in the far-off like northern [TS]

  Argentina darker or uruguay or worse [TS]

  parents called in the way that yet [TS]

  germania yeah or wave in Germania and [TS]

  they're up there in the like hacking out [TS]

  of the jungles a Nazi town where they [TS]

  were like and this is the beginning of [TS]

  the whole idea that all the big Nazis [TS]

  fled to South America after the war [TS]

  through the Odessa files or whatever [TS]

  through the project the verb Springer or [TS]

  project Specter octopus project dr plus [TS]

  Octopussy anyway they always support you [TS]

  became a capture the shuttle right run [TS]

  around spring up in the building [TS]

  forestall the Bishop of Rome is helping [TS]

  spirit these Nazis into South America to [TS]

  be with partners [TS]

  a sister-in-law has your cousin-in-law [TS]

  and she's right she needs his sister and [TS]

  they're they're insane they're [TS]

  absolutely crazy and they're remnants of [TS]

  this talents or musical reference i'm [TS]

  weird should be it should be right [TS]

  we are going to you is going home on the [TS]

  project octopus away by Johnny our [TS]

  sector so that isn't that book i was [TS]

  just like tell me more [TS]

  mmm i wanted to buy I wanted to buy a [TS]

  ticket on lon Arab ways and fly the fuck [TS]

  down there and see this place but you [TS]

  know it's one of those things when you [TS]

  get into the neighborhood and you start [TS]

  oh yeah you start asking questions and [TS]

  nobody wants to like what you're talking [TS]

  about what [TS]

  yeah no no there's nothing it's like why [TS]

  is everybody here so blonde blue-eyed [TS]

  and they're like keep moving [TS]

  I'm a ceramicist I know nothing of these [TS]

  people did you ever see that did you [TS]

  ever see the movie about like the [TS]

  Eichmann a like repatriating Eichmann [TS]

  mhm from oh that's exactly the the [TS]

  Israel went after him [TS]

  yeah yeah and the whole ayat know there [TS]

  was a feature film right yeah yeah [TS]

  and although but but also their [TS]

  documentaries about where they go back [TS]

  there and they're just like okay we're [TS]

  gonna sell batteries mi saw that Mossad [TS]

  he gets out oh they are so badass [TS]

  we're gonna stuff them in the trunk of a [TS]

  car and we're going to drug him and [TS]

  we're gonna we're gonna walk into the [TS]

  airplane as though he's our drunk friend [TS]

  ready here we go that really happened [TS]

  yeah sure [TS]

  crazy but so those guys sometimes go [TS]

  down there and they're walking around [TS]

  these villagers in there like a we're [TS]

  looking for uh we're looking for Ben [TS]

  Johnson you know and there and everybody [TS]

  in the town is like no Ben Johnson here [TS]

  but and no one by that name and its [TS]

  really if I can you know some [TS]

  concentration camp doctor but but anyway [TS]

  so in the spirit of Nietzsche's sister [TS]

  they make this movie about girls brother [TS]

  and groom's brother seems like he was [TS]

  kind of a fuckup and he had some Jewish [TS]

  friends and he didn't you know and he [TS]

  was he was nice to them and he saved [TS]

  some people but he was no Schindler and [TS]

  you're watching this thing in the and [TS]

  the guy that's making the documentary is [TS]

  like Curren brothers you know needs to [TS]

  be real [TS]

  reappraised by history because he [TS]

  actually saved all these people and he [TS]

  was a true hero of the of the war and [TS]

  then you watch that the film that he's [TS]

  making the case for this and it's like a [TS]

  girl's brother just kind of you he would [TS]

  just say like the people the cops would [TS]

  come and try to arrest him for [TS]

  moonshining maybe like you know my name [TS]

  is Ben Goering and the cops will be like [TS]

  oh sorry sorry and they don't run away [TS]

  like and it's not very heroic [TS]

  yeah just know it's heroic just in [TS]

  context like you next his brother [TS]

  yeah right i mean he was like he was [TS]

  milking his brother to get some stuff [TS]

  and every once awhile that involves like [TS]

  saving some Jews but it was like like he [TS]

  saved 62 11 people not exactly i mean [TS]

  it's not bad you wanted you and a little [TS]

  bit helps but it sort of not i mean he's [TS]

  probably in the pantheon of heroes in [TS]

  Israel so i can look at this spoiler [TS]

  alert uh so i went to trial huh oh yeah [TS]

  and he didn't kill himself they killed [TS]

  execution by hanging look at you yeah I [TS]

  wasn't really that was a big deal that [TS]

  they set him up in the glass cage and [TS]

  they they did the whole thing where they [TS]

  were like you're gonna listen to this [TS]

  every bit of it and he said there with [TS]

  his grouchy look and said I apologize [TS]

  for nothing huh [TS]

  it was a real it was a time SS over [TS]

  sturm bond cure em at the house and held [TS]

  the title that's not a storm bomb for [TS]

  her it's an overturned no Christian yeah [TS]

  that's Sam is a lieutenant colonel [TS]

  yeah he's over the stern brown for [TS]

  should stop file that's the thing as you [TS]

  move up the ranks of German a military [TS]

  they just added another word [TS]

  let's get insane if you go and look [TS]

  again we're looking at the pages for how [TS]

  they come up with these names [TS]

  it's bananas yeah what do you want to [TS]

  six star general in germany 0 if you [TS]

  come to seize seats inside of your home [TS]

  see ya see I don't go gettin any known [TS]

  as a star the it's just stupid stupid [TS]

  stupid stupid sissy start waffle a bunch [TS]

  aissa oh lolz i know i believe i think [TS]

  you know injury [TS]

  in German army your private and then [TS]

  your ass troop private and your Hoover [TS]

  Street private and then that you just [TS]

  keep adding words onto it until it until [TS]

  you get to six star general you get to [TS]

  be it [TS]

  oh goodness oh my goodness Field Marshal [TS]

  you could be a non-virtual a younger and [TS]

  shoots and overshoots a overshoots a [TS]

  master manav Hulkster minus stops shots [TS]

  pure a rot rotten fewer roof and over [TS]

  rocks and fewer yeah those are the bad [TS]

  ones over winter char fewer see then you [TS]

  get a higher up you get to the Oberst [TS]

  over sturm bond fewer that's what the [TS]

  guys you can be a group and fewer and [TS]

  over group and fewer 100 burst group and [TS]

  fewer Oberst group and fewer yep that's [TS]

  a lot of your yeah cuz cross your Oberst [TS]

  like a cutter anyway [TS]

  mm-hmm little covered a lot of grand was [TS]

  for moving [TS]

  listen to god damn it i don't know [TS]

  before i know it is ISA ISA me I didn't [TS]

  see the same goddamn water let's take my [TS]

  pills every day he moved it there [TS]

  that's exactly right just go into the [TS]

  middle of the night moves class little [TS]

  bit just just 01 tiny thumbprint on his [TS]

  glasses [TS]

  we're like i mentioned include you going [TS]

  to start going to import a little bit of [TS]

  water on his crotch is that I start to [TS]

  think he's wetting the bed I'm gonna [TS]

  take off [TS]

  he doesn't know why got it there's more [TS]

  water in the toilet today more everyday [TS]

  little bit more water in the toilet [TS]

  oh so upset [TS]

  it should you just keep you just keep [TS]

  putting slightly smaller shoes and ships [TS]

  before all swollen up there's something [TS]

  in the water huh can't stop drinking it [TS]

  I'm going so far as to imagine that the [TS]

  like how you would drip [TS]

  the more precise amount of LSD into the [TS]

  water [TS]

  you have to have a little please use tor [TS]

  when you're searching for that up how [TS]

  much LSD to drug Cheney do i do it sound [TS]

  phlegmy no I'm well no is it a character [TS]

  of mind though that i am i'm like i have [TS]

  too much I too much yellow bile don't [TS]

  think so I mean awful i well yeah what [TS]

  is that [TS]

  respiratory disease and heart disease [TS]

  grip could be could be [TS]

  dropsy the i don't know i don't know i [TS]

  mean i-i wouldn't have you know i don't [TS]

  want to have a wet humor you know what I [TS]

  mean [TS]

  uh-huh I mean I want my I want my humors [TS]

  to be appropriately boost what are the [TS]

  right [TS]

  what are the humors that you want unless [TS]

  you get automatic you got the Pollock [TS]

  yep your caloric I got uh what about [TS]

  outside that's because like right well [TS]

  the there's melancholic melancholic all [TS]

  right right and there's a bodily humors [TS]

  there's uh there's flu medication which [TS]

  is what i'm hoping not to be and [TS]

  sanguine I mean you are saying this case [TS]

  a lot of blood [TS]

  yes a good a lot of blood but that but [TS]

  again that's so that's a wet humor [TS]

  that's moist em the dry humors are [TS]

  automatic is relaxed and peaceful [TS]

  yeah that's where Tom but again that's a [TS]

  wet one two that's like cold and wet [TS]

  clearing is short-tempered and irritable [TS]

  and that's a that's a hot that's hot [TS]

  that's up to talk about Chinese energies [TS]

  my dries know Nicole agree on chi the [TS]

  the AH goodnight everybody [TS]

  I was stupid but I'm so that's just dumb [TS]