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July 3, 2024 64 mins

In episode 1702, Miles and guest co-host Pallavi Gunalan are joined by comedian and host of #1 Dad, Gary Vider, to discuss… Oh Thank God... There’s A ‘Plan’ To Get Biden Back On Track, Rudy Giuliani Officially Disbarred In New York and more!

  1. Oh Thank God... There’s A ‘Plan’ To Get Biden Back On Track
  2. Campaign Finance Laws Give Harris Big Boost in Biden Dropout Scenario
  3. Rudy Giuliani Officially Disbarred In New York
  4. This Is Who Roasts For Rudy
  5. The Roaster Behind Rudy Giuliani’s Coffee Brand Is Also Bankrupt

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Speaker 1 (00:05):
For all that time, Joe Biden might be on cocaine.
I fucking wish.

Speaker 2 (00:09):
How many people have we said that about I wish
he was on cocaine.

Speaker 1 (00:12):
No, honestly, not many. I don't think you've ever. It's
hard to be like, honestly, I wish that guy was
on cocaine, you know, like you never, but Joe Biden.

Speaker 3 (00:21):
It's for the greater good, I mean, yeah at this point.

Speaker 1 (00:25):
At this point, yeah, like he should be on like
horse whatever they give race horses that shot in the ass.

Speaker 2 (00:32):
He's deep in a k hole. Yeah, bro, they need
to give him whatever Trump got for COVID, but just
like on a regular basis.

Speaker 1 (00:43):
Yeah, yeah, that's what he should be on that or
like I wrote and the thing earlier, like the serum
V from The Boys.

Speaker 2 (00:53):
Yeah, he's already he's already murdering people, so there's no
risk of that change, I know exactly.

Speaker 3 (00:59):
Yeah, discriminately fiction him and give him some adrenaline right
to the heart, you know, I think that would help
a little bit.

Speaker 1 (01:06):
Oh yeah, Luma Thurman style, Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, this
is a good This is a good question. What thing
from TV or film do you wish Joe Biden could
be on to turn at least his physical appearance around,
because I'm not sure they're going to do anything with
the platform, which is really the part that they could
do something to and help things and be like, I
could look past that he's a dead body. M hmm.

Speaker 2 (01:27):
I think if that zombie forgave student loan debt. You know, Oh,
what was a character from that Halloween movie with Beth
Middler and Focus Focus, Remember the zombie guy? Yeah, that
could be Joe Biden could be that guy. I'll be like,

this zombie he's like one of us, you know what
I mean?

Speaker 1 (01:50):
Dude, that Billy Butcherson, He's gonna ideas.

Speaker 3 (01:54):
What a strong name. He's pretty marketable. Actually, I think
we should. I think you got something there.

Speaker 1 (01:59):
Billy Butcherson, builder from The Boys Compound v Joe Biden
V for Victory.

Speaker 2 (02:07):
Yeah, it turns out the Boys' is just hocus.

Speaker 1 (02:12):
Like yo, it's actually the same universe. I don't know. Yeah,
Hello the Internet and welcome to Season three forty five,
Episode three of The Daily Zeitgeischer production of iHeartRadio. This
is a podcast where we take a deep dive into
America's shared consciousness. It is Wednesday, July third. Wow, it's already. Damn,

it's already July. Still can I grapple them with that? Anyways?
July third, which means it's International Plastic Bag Free Day,
So use those canvas toats that you got at some
kind of charity event or convention. National Fried Clam Day,
Love fried Clam, National Chocolate wayfer Day. You know what
I like? Chocolate wafers two and National Each Your Beans Day.
I fucking love lagoms. So this is everybody's coming up

fucking Miles right now. And it's also National Compliment your
Mirror Day. I think that's the same. Take a look
in the mirror and give yourself a shout out.

Speaker 4 (03:08):
Who's that cute dogs?

Speaker 2 (03:10):

Speaker 1 (03:12):
Oh my, you just derailed the intro with that beautiful dog.

Speaker 2 (03:16):
I have two dogs?

Speaker 1 (03:17):
Is that new?

Speaker 2 (03:19):
No? I've had him since December twenty twenty two.

Speaker 1 (03:21):
Oh, I just never see him on camera. I guess sorry.

Speaker 2 (03:24):
I him in the basement of my.

Speaker 1 (03:26):
Sorry jarring dog appearance. Completely throw off the intro. Anyway.
My name is Miles Gray AKA. They book came out.
It was a Thursday night crick creeper. Joe Trump's looking
blackwifeye they started debating, and then Trump shit his pants.
I'm thinking of selling by DV neither neither of these cannon.

It's the shit for me. Nobody likes you when you're
eighty three and you grew up attending minstrel shows to
summer battery. I'm sorry this AK is so funny, these
two subjection. Their age was the prompt again? What's the
prompt again? That's from JD. Salad Bar. I'm sorry that
I fucking laughed my way through that on the Discord

contribution of my AKA, but holy ship, and you grew
up attending minstrel shows.

Speaker 2 (04:12):
But my big problem with it is he said only
Trump shit has pans.

Speaker 1 (04:17):
Well visibly. Yeah, I guess. Look there was you could
read a lot into what was happening on either person's face.
But anyway, thank you JD. Salad Bar on the Discord
for that wonderful AKA. I am thrilled to be joined
in my guest co host see by a wonderful like
fucking multi hyphen it. You know, we only fuck with
multi hyphen it's when we have guest hosts. That means
what writing, that means stand up comedy, that means improv

that means acting activism, it means science. Okay, because we
also know a very gifted mind and a very gifted talent.
Please welcome to the microphone Pledge.

Speaker 2 (04:55):
I do my own sound offense.

Speaker 1 (04:59):
I'm multi high it, bitch.

Speaker 2 (05:00):
That's that AMAS.

Speaker 1 (05:02):
Love Paulay, thank you so much for coming on. I
know you are. I just you just did share with
us that you were fighting a bit of a cult,
so I really appreciate it. You know, we got to
do what we got to do to keep these keep
the people informed, because I know we are the number
one news source for about for my thirteen percent of
my friend group. But anyway, good to see you, Good

to have you. Also, great to see your dog, who
was very Yeah.

Speaker 2 (05:29):
I have two dogs. The other one's laying down, but
all right, you get two dogs.

Speaker 1 (05:35):
Well, Paulay, it's time to welcome our guest today. This
is a fantastic stand up comedian, someone with a storied
past who really intersects with mine in a way that
like my my awareness of his story for actually from
years past when I read an article about it to
now becoming a fantastic podcast on a big money players

network and it's number one. Dad, that's what the name
of the podcast is. Let's Welcome to the show. Number
one son and former Sports Illustrated for Kids correspondent Gary Veer.

Speaker 4 (06:11):
I love the energy.

Speaker 1 (06:12):
Thank you, thank you.

Speaker 4 (06:13):
You guys are also you guys have so much more
energy than I have.

Speaker 1 (06:16):
And it's it's funny like once the once off, I like,
fall down in a clock.

Speaker 2 (06:22):
Yeah, we have the same cocktail. They're trying to shove
in to buy it right.

Speaker 1 (06:25):
Now, Yeah, but we had to split it.

Speaker 4 (06:28):
So what's it called when you know when somebody's having
like when they have a drug overdose, the thing that
they give Yeah, yeah that did you whatever? Yeah yeah,
just forget him like get them back.

Speaker 1 (06:42):
Yeah yeah yeah, or I mean like adrenaline we were
talking about like drat of fiction when he had to
hit Uma Thurman with that right right from a heroin overdose.

Speaker 4 (06:50):
Yeah, that's what I was thinking.

Speaker 1 (06:52):
Yeah, yeah, we need that. Gary Man. It's really good
to have you on the show, like I said, Man, Like,
so I remember reading the article. I don't know, I
feel like I read it around maybe four years ago
or something.

Speaker 4 (07:05):
Yeah, is that twenty twenty?

Speaker 1 (07:07):
It was twenty twenty, right, Yeah, I felt like it
was one of these things I read in the Pandemic, and.

Speaker 4 (07:11):
That's what got the podcast going. It was the last
Dance came out. I just had a son, and I decided, yeah,
I decided to share this story about a thing that
happened with my dad and I because my dad, my
dad is a con man, was a con man, and
we stopped talking twenty four years ago. So I when

the Last Dance came out, I was like, all right,
let me post this story about how he and I
we used to sneak into Madison Square Garden. He used
to say that we worked for sports illciated for kids.
I was reported he was a photographer, and they rolled
out the red carpet. They really believed that. They gave
us press passes, and when we would go to the garden,
they gave us full access. They allowed us to interview

the teams. I met different players and interviewed him. I
met Michael Jordan and I interviewed him, and like that.

Speaker 1 (07:59):
Right after he came back from retirement, like one of
like the more iconic moments of his career.

Speaker 4 (08:04):
Yeah, fifth game back at the garden. It was this
famous double nickel game. I was at it, and then
that's the game that I met him at. So yeah,
it was crazy. And you know it wasn't just that game.
We went to over fifty games over the course of
four years, completely for free, without tickets, right, And I
would sit at points. I would sit you know, front row,
I'd sit close to you know, on the court whatever,

a couple of rows back. My dad would be off
taking pictures with the other camera guys. I could be
if it was at a hockey game, I could be
sitting glass or i'd be up in the press area,
so I'd have great seats all again without tickets. And
then i'd be in the locker room. And I mean
this Massas Regarden. They completely bought it. They didn't think
anything of it, especially when you do it a few times.
They yeah, you regular face, yeah yeah, right, right right,

And uh yeah, I was gonna say that's that's what
we did. And it was just you know, it was
successful and nobody ever, no very nobody ever suspected a thing.

Speaker 1 (08:54):
Right. I also love like to like, you know, like
you obviously parted ways with your father, but you coming
a dad sort of brought up a lot of ideas,
memories and sort of kind of wanting to really figure
this all out too. So the show has a lot
of heart. And I think for most people who you
know are like, you know, millennials, like so much of

what you went through. I remember, like I used to
subscribe to Sports Illustrated for Kids and always and like
they would have the thing about like the kids who
are interviewing people. My god, sh it looks so can
tie you talking to Gretzky and ship.

Speaker 4 (09:27):
Yeah, so later on they eventually had kids. In the
beginning they didn't. So actually when my dad and I
were running the con, they didn't even have kids yet.
Working at Sports for Kids. Yeah, yeah, this.

Speaker 2 (09:41):
Is actually a great idea.

Speaker 4 (09:43):
Yeah yeah, so yeah we should, we should, we should.
They're actually con then, but anyway, I mean they're they're
practically out of business.

Speaker 2 (09:50):
Now you could con your way into any sports arena
with your kid. Now, where would you Where would you go?

Speaker 4 (09:59):
Oh? Well, I mean, I mean the garden is the
is I you know, ideal the way? I mean, is
there anything better? I mean maybe it's.

Speaker 2 (10:07):
Like maybe maybe not basketball, maybe another sport, like what would.

Speaker 1 (10:10):
You Gimbledon is like the highest one I get, you know,
I'm what I probably would do.

Speaker 4 (10:20):
And and this is what I would do would be
like that like celebrity Tahoe event, just so you could
clean up and just meet all the celebrities. So I
would say I would say that, So like that golfing
event that they have over the summer, I would say
that would be the move, just so you could get
as many autographs and meet as many athletes. And usually
they're they're pretty nice when they're playing golf, So I

think that gives you the best opportunity to to really
clean up, So that that would probably that would be
my pick, even though obviously you want to go to
a game. But I'm all about you know, getting in
at interaction.

Speaker 1 (10:52):
Yeah, you already you got the high of like you're
not you weren't a spectator like you you sniffed uncut
cocaine by meeting Michael Jordan, and now you're just going
to be chasing that dragon. You're like, dude, I don't
even Yeah, I want to be next to.

Speaker 2 (11:04):
These people that wants you like prep for interviews and
stuff like as an adult you had interview you had
media training as a child.

Speaker 4 (11:11):
From oddly enough, and also it just helps you, Yeah,
it helps you talking to people because once you meet
Michael Jordan. That as nervous as you could get, especially
I was. I was only eleven. I was I just
turned eleven. So at eleven years old you meet Michael Jordan.
I was nervous meeting him. But it kind of settles
you into meeting other people regardless of you know of

their status, because hey, go on a job interview. Yeah
all right, you're going a job interview. But now I've
already had the meeting Michael Jordan, pretending I'm somebody else,
completely under my belt when I'm going into these situations, right,
And I.

Speaker 1 (11:49):
Lied to Michael Jordan to his face. You think I'm
telling you I know how to use Excel in this
fucking interview, right right.

Speaker 2 (11:56):
Right, They're like, what's your greatest weakness? You're like your
greatest weakness as you're not Michael Jordan, right.

Speaker 1 (12:01):
Right, yeah, yeah, probably say you know my perimeter jump shop?
But anyway do you have would you sneak into somewhere?

Speaker 4 (12:08):
Are you?

Speaker 1 (12:08):
Are there any sporting events?

Speaker 2 (12:10):
It's not a it's so much lamer. It is so lame.
But like I went to Caltech for undergrad and it's
there's this like technically off campus, like fancy hotel, but
it's right next to all the dorms and it's like
where there's like an Einstein room. Stephen Hawking would stay there,
like it was like all the fancy scientists would stay there.

Speaker 1 (12:29):
And so.

Speaker 2 (12:31):
I don't know, actually, yeah.

Speaker 1 (12:36):
Like we just named it after him. It's not eighty
eight compliant.

Speaker 2 (12:39):
I mean that happens every weekend. They would always host
these like weddings and stuff. I remember one time there
was the Indian yes, and they like one time there
was like on a Saturday, we walked outside there was
an elephant from an Indian wedding that had wandered in
between the dorms. We were like the fuck, Like all

the kids ran out. We were just like there's an
elephant on campus. And it's not a prank. But one
time my friends and I were bored and we dressed
up and we crashed a wedding at the Athenaum. But
the problem was it was a half East Asian, half
white wedding. So out of my friends, I was the
only one who stuck out the Indian there and like

we got away. We like were partying and stuff with
everybody dancing and everything, and then it got to a
point where in the reception, like like Somewhere over the
Rainbow or some some very emotional like weird songs started playing,
and I think they were like remembering relatives who had passed.

Speaker 1 (13:41):
Or something, and we were like, we gotta get out
of here.

Speaker 2 (13:45):
This is too heavy, like they're all getting emotional, like
we got to go. But that was the only thing
that I like crashed.

Speaker 4 (13:51):
You know.

Speaker 1 (13:52):
Yeah, it's like.

Speaker 4 (13:53):
No, what God, But you get the feeling of what
it's like and you go to a place and you
don't when you're not supposed to be there, so you
have like a little bit of nervousness like what happens?

Speaker 1 (14:06):
What are they gonna do?

Speaker 4 (14:07):
Is this trespassing?

Speaker 1 (14:09):
Think in that article you wrote that you had a
fear of being like like am I going to get
a rest? Yeah?

Speaker 2 (14:14):
Child sized cuffs?

Speaker 4 (14:15):
Yeah yeah, so thankfully, So like this is back before
James Dolan took over for the Knicks, But if I
probably wouldn't be allowed back in the garden now if
there was like during his years, because he's really he's
pretty tight on everything over there. So yeah, yeah, I'm
happy enough that that was pre Dolan years, when when
my dad and I were pulling that scam.

Speaker 2 (14:36):
Oh crazy.

Speaker 1 (14:37):
He's a great musician. JD has a straight shot love
that band. All right, well, Gary, we're gonna get to
know even better. First, let's just preview a little bit
of what we're going to talk about today. Obviously, the
big thing that most people are still talking about is like,
what's what, what's Biden gonna? What's Biden doing? What's he
up to? And apparently his administration has been talking to

the press just like lett him know, like, we got
an eight point plan to turn this thing around. So
we'll look at that and see what it involves or
does not involve. We'll probably catch up with our friend
Rudy Giuliani, America's greatest mayor, about how he's been disbarred
in New York it seems so sorry. Sorry roots. But first,

Gary Veeder, we got to ask you, as our guest,
what's something from your search history that's revealing about who
you are? What you're into right now?

Speaker 4 (15:24):
Oh boy, jeez, cops just break down my door. But
let's see something that reveals about who I am. I
don't know how about I I mean, I'll just pull
it up. Let's see what we got here.

Speaker 2 (15:36):
Yeah, what do you got how to get into Madison
Square Garden?

Speaker 4 (15:39):

Speaker 1 (15:40):
Yeah? Yeah.

Speaker 4 (15:41):
I mean everything that just comes up, I mean it
literally is all at all sports. Say right now, it's
Klay Thompson. It's going to the Mavericks.

Speaker 1 (15:50):

Speaker 4 (15:50):
So that's like I was just I read about NBA contracts.
I don't know why I never have that kind of money,
but I'm always jealous. I'm like, oh, they gave this guy,
you know, three years, but he didn't take Yeah exactly.
It is my zillow. Yeah, some people already Yeah, I'm
already passed not being able to buy a home. So
I'm just like, oh, let me just let me just
critique that be a contract? Yeah, yeah, exactly. If man,

if I couldn't play basketball, if I ever kept going,
you know, even after inner murals and in uh in
elementary school, would I what would I be? What my contract?

Speaker 2 (16:23):
That's my toxic trait is. I like, I still have
the fantasy. I was like, you know, if I started
young enough, I could be at the Olympics.

Speaker 4 (16:29):
Right now, right, Oh yeah, dedicated?

Speaker 1 (16:32):
Wait for what.

Speaker 2 (16:33):
I just didn't want to do it, you know.

Speaker 1 (16:34):
What I mean, ought anything.

Speaker 2 (16:38):
I wasn't terrible at sports I danced, but I wasn't
great at it.

Speaker 1 (16:42):
That's why I'm.

Speaker 2 (16:45):
It's just like it's only because I didn't really try.

Speaker 1 (16:48):
Right, right, I would smoke to carry Richardson out there
in the hundred could be any.

Speaker 4 (16:53):
Olympics for being honest. You're very honest with what your
capabilities are. Just a new category. That's what the Olympics needed.

Speaker 1 (17:01):
Yeah wait, so herey, who's your who's your team? The Knicks?

Speaker 4 (17:04):
I like the Knicks, I mean overall sports, like next
Rangers and then I'll go Giants and the Yankees. But
I mean more so I follow the Knicks and the
Rangers and two teams, and I like, I like hockey.
I grew up just playing hockey. That was the sport.
And then me too, Oh yeah you played Where are
you from?

Speaker 1 (17:22):
I'm from l A. This is so wild black and
Japanese and was playing travel hockey from like age four
to seventeen.

Speaker 4 (17:30):
Oh well yeah, okay, so I was playing. Yeah were you.

Speaker 2 (17:35):
Playing for white people?

Speaker 1 (17:40):
And that's so funny. That's a weird way to talk
about like internalized white supremacy to white people.

Speaker 4 (17:49):
That's because you played hockey.

Speaker 1 (17:52):
Yeah, yeah, yeah, it was. It was like the Mighty Ducks.

Speaker 4 (17:54):

Speaker 1 (17:55):
We had like Mexican kids, boring kids, Armenians, Russians, kids
whose parents are from Sweden, Canadians. So it was really
like this weird sort of like you know mix.

Speaker 4 (18:07):
Would you guys travel outside of California?

Speaker 1 (18:09):
We go to New England all the time.

Speaker 4 (18:11):
Oh really okay yeah yeah yeah.

Speaker 1 (18:12):
So like I said, no, we were like we look,
we weren't fucking shitty, you know what I'm saying, Gary, Wow,
I know if you I was fucking scoring risshots from
the blue line baby with my Brian Leech signature late Okay, yeah, yeah,
I met Brian Lynch. I bet I bet you would
say you met me already.

Speaker 4 (18:31):
Yeah yeah yeah, so uh yeah, it's a whole thing.
It's actually interesting, you say. So when I was playing,
and I'm probably a little bit older than you is,
California was oh okay, and I am forty, so there
we go. When I yeah, so it's right. Right when
I was playing and I was playing travel the h
it started getting bigger in California hockey. I mean Gretzky

obviously he was there back in like the late eighties,
and that expanded it. But when these teams started getting
local hockey and travel hockey teams. That's what really really helped.
And now obviously you see Californians playing in the NHL
and stuff.

Speaker 1 (19:06):
Yeah, exactly, it's a wild time, man. I'm telling you
my like I every time I got a new stick,
I get the Brian Leech heel curve.

Speaker 4 (19:15):

Speaker 1 (19:15):
Yeah, I love the heal curve.

Speaker 4 (19:17):
Do you played with We had like wood and aluminum sticks.
Now the sticks are insane. These hockey sticks now are yeah.
I mean they have you you don't follow it anymore? No, no, no, no, oh,
it's pretty wild. Like they they have the like this
flex and a stick where when they show a shot,
it's just like it. I mean, I'm boring everybody, but
it is. It's pretty. It gave. It changed so much

then from when uh, when we were kids.

Speaker 1 (19:40):
But when like the first Easton aluminum shafts came out
and everyone's.

Speaker 4 (19:44):
Like, yeah, but it's such a it's a ridiculous thing
for for kids. Yeah, it's ridiculous for kids to be
playing because it's I mean, it's a great sport, but
it's so expensive, so it puts such a financial burden
on family and so like my kid, I just actually
went ice skating with my my son yesterday. And he's

only four, but it's like he's learning and stuff, and
he's like he doesn't it's not like he asked to
play hockey. But I'm like, oh, let me take him skating.
But I hope he really doesn't like love it, love it.

Speaker 1 (20:15):
We're not waiting up for those five am practices.

Speaker 4 (20:18):
No, And that's what I did. I already already. I
already did it. You know, I already did that stuff.
And then you're like, I dodn't want I don't want
to do that again.

Speaker 2 (20:25):
Right. So the tough part of like little kids playing
hockey is you know, like when they get in those fights,
they lose all their baby teeth.

Speaker 1 (20:31):
You know what I mean? Right, yeah, exactly like you hockey,
Like if you dropped your gloves, you would you were
fucking gone, like really.

Speaker 4 (20:39):
Yeah, oh yeah, presented for like a few games or like.

Speaker 1 (20:43):
It could be like a half season, tried to emulate
what you saw pros do, like you've.

Speaker 4 (20:48):
Just you just dropping just the act, just the act
of it.

Speaker 2 (20:52):
Yeah, the guy and the little Yeah, it's like no,
I'm sorry, I'm sorry, he's wearing my gloves I'm an adult.

Speaker 1 (21:00):
Yeah, got his kid gloves they're falling off.

Speaker 4 (21:02):
He's not dropping slip.

Speaker 2 (21:04):

Speaker 4 (21:04):
And also it's such a crazy thing. It's like, but
you're still wearing a full helmet and face shield. You're
you're an idiot. Don't drop your gloves.

Speaker 1 (21:10):
I'm going to punch through that Jafa cage. Yeah all right, Gary,
what's something that you think is underrated?

Speaker 4 (21:15):
Five Guys?

Speaker 1 (21:17):

Speaker 4 (21:18):
Yeah? Like I think I think five Guys is the
best fast food out there. It's not up there, nobody
considered it. But they'll say shake shack or you're in
and out or you know, you'll go.

Speaker 1 (21:31):
Like five guys.

Speaker 4 (21:32):
But I think so California Okay, cool? So I would
say I would say that it doesn't get as enough
notoriety as as it should. And but I think it
could be on the rise to order to order.

Speaker 1 (21:46):
Yeah, boardwalk fries. Like I said, I don't know, I
didn't grow up near a boardwalk, but everyone that's what
they call him.

Speaker 2 (21:52):
Wait, what are they? What are boardwalk fries distinguished with?

Speaker 1 (21:56):
I don't know, I just know that's what.

Speaker 4 (21:59):
I was going along it. You had me, But I
think like they're like hand cut fries, fresh potatoes. It's
good and uh, I don't know, have you had five Guys.

Speaker 2 (22:11):
I'm now vegan, but when I was vegetarian, I would
I tried the grilled cheese from five Guys and the
one from In and Out, and I think the five
Guys one was better.

Speaker 4 (22:20):
Okay, okay, we'll take it. Now I'm not gonna and
now I will. I'll go along with that. But I mean,
they are a burger place, but you don't eat me,
so that's fine, but it's still it's still a valid
review for vegans and vegetarians.

Speaker 2 (22:35):
Twice, I will say my favorite fast food is Taco
Bell because that is technically Indian food, Like that very important.
It is so important Indian culture. When they got rid
of the Mexican pizza, that was a hate crime against
Indian people. I have been two movie premieres in l
A where the bar after had had Taco Bell, like
catered to it.

Speaker 4 (22:56):
Yeah, Indian people love Taco Bell.

Speaker 2 (22:59):
We love it.

Speaker 4 (23:00):
Man, we love My sister not Indian, but like is
obsessed with Taco Bell. Is her number one.

Speaker 1 (23:06):
It's wild too because like people haven't had with Taco Bell,
like when you find out, it's almost like you're like, oh,
your parents are we emigrated from the same country, like
a person who's like mentally ill with taco bell obsession.

Speaker 4 (23:19):
Yes, but it's like you know, when you get your
when you start, when you start driving, the first thing
you do is, oh, now I could get things that
I want. And so I'm like, oh, I'm gonna get
fast food. So you go. I go through the different phases.
So I had a Taco Bell phase for sure. And
you when you have Tago Bell and I haven't had
a while, but you as soon as you have it,
once you start craving it. I did that with White

Castle Taco, you know, Taco Bell.

Speaker 1 (23:41):
And then get the crave case with some yeah, oh
yes yourself exactly. Yeah.

Speaker 4 (23:47):
So it was all that, but five guys would be
my my underrated all right, all right, get pick and that's.

Speaker 2 (23:52):
Yeah, you're problematic.

Speaker 1 (23:53):
Save yeah, problem yeah yeah, yeah, yeah, guys Obama's favorite burger.
But Gary, what do you think something that's overrated?

Speaker 4 (24:01):
You know, only because I see it all the time. Well, actually,
I'm gonna say.

Speaker 5 (24:11):
I want Okay, I was gonna say, I was gonna say, right,
I'll go, I'll say it's tough because I am also
I write and I want to make a show.

Speaker 4 (24:23):
But I say that the show The Bear, to me
is overrated. I know, and that's a tough one for
me personally. Of like, I know, I get that people
liking it, but to me, it's just slow and I
don't I'm not I'm not personally a fan. It's also
not a comedy, but it gets full you know, they
win awards for comedy, so it's a comedian. I'm like,
kind of like, what you know, don't don't put this

as a comedy. But yeah, I think you know, it
has it has good moments. I watched the first season
and then lost interest in the second season. Is just
too slow moving for me. But that said, sure people
could like it. That's just my opinion.

Speaker 2 (25:00):
And I think you colored your opinion when you were like,
I love five guys. I don't get what they're doing
in The Bear.

Speaker 4 (25:09):
Right right right?

Speaker 1 (25:12):
I forget it was I just it showed up on
my timeline. But someone had a joke where they're like, if,
like in real life, if a place I knew that
could get you, like a cheap sandwich, some popsy or
whatever shut down so some white guy could move back
and make it like high end dining in a working
class neighborhood. I would fucking burn the place down. Yeah,

the th reast of that tweet. But yeah, I mean
it's a it's a popular show. I mean, I definitely
it's funny. I was watching the second season and I
lost momentum because so many of my friends like, yo,
to see the Christmas episode. You see a Christmas episode,
and we're building it up in this way or that. Like,
it was fucking traumatic for me to watch, Like they're like,
it's an amazing episode, but it was a little too
real for me that like it kind of became this

thing I dreaded, even though I was like enjoying the
ride the most of the way.

Speaker 2 (25:59):
That sometimes you gotta just not talk to people about shows.

Speaker 1 (26:03):
Yeah, yeah, yeah, no, I think we fall.

Speaker 2 (26:05):
Into that trap where we're like I have to make
commentary on everything, and then it doesn't become about the
show anymore.

Speaker 4 (26:10):

Speaker 1 (26:11):
Yeah, it's funny because I watch I barely talk about
the shows I actually watch because it's always bullshit reality
or likes or something like that. But yeah, but that's
where I need people to drag me kicking and screaming
to watch.

Speaker 4 (26:24):
I'll give you the one that I was was initially
going to say, and it's and this is our left field,
but it's, uh, it's just because it's just annoys me.
I bumper stickers just annoy me so much. So I
just think that that's over eight. You see it on
a lot of cars, and just like, just like a tattoo,
you really got to think about what you're what you
want your bumper sticker to say. And it's like, all right,

get a tattoo. But that's like, that's just like it's
on your car. Everybody. You know, everybody's going to judge
you for that. Just make sure it's right and then uh, yeah,
I also don't need to know that how many kids
you have. I don't need to know that there's a
baby on board. I'm still going to drive the same way. Yeah,
but maybe on board too. And I'm drunk, so better
than yeah, right exactly.

Speaker 2 (27:09):
But I kind of love bumper stickers just because I'm like,
I want to be that person. I feel like I
would enjoy more TV shows you had a bunch of bumpers,
you know what I mean. I'm like not overthinking it
too much.

Speaker 1 (27:22):
I think the good part about bumper stickers is that
they help people just outwardly broadcast their own red flags
with certain things. You're like, oh, okay, I think I
have an idea of what you do on a like.

Speaker 2 (27:36):
Even if they're positive, even if they were, like, you know,
in in support of like a lot of like progressive ideals.
I'm like, but what made you put a bumper sticker on?

Speaker 4 (27:47):

Speaker 2 (27:48):
There's something about you that's insecure about your positioning.

Speaker 4 (27:52):
Any car flare is a red flag.

Speaker 2 (27:57):
He has some flames on the side of it.

Speaker 1 (28:00):
You know, somebody with flames on their Yeah, yes, I
don't know.

Speaker 2 (28:04):
It makes it go faster.

Speaker 1 (28:07):
Because race car, because hot rot. All right, fantastic. Well,
let's take a quick break and we'll be right back
to talk about some really some really cool news. And

we're back and again. Aside from the Supreme Court doing
this nation to an eventual dictatorship, the story that's consumed
like a lot of the news cycle is Biden's future.
That debate was difficult to watch for those that had
not quite let their brain accept the reality that was
visible to most people that Biden is in fact old.

Just shock and horror from people like I didn't know
it was going to be like that. It's like, well,
I get it, Like the first time you see like
your grandpa's rinkly ass for the first time, you're kind
of like, oh damn, Like that's a that's a that's
a dark place we go. But what did you think
was gonna happen? Where did you think this road ended?
And the DNC just couldn't keep up the gas lighting,
and it became obvious in a serious way that you know,

like Biden continues to age or continues to decline as
he ages, just like any human being. But the debate
was a turning point for many, including a lot of
establishment Democrats who are now calling for him to bow
out of the race. But the Bidens and the administration
have a plan to turn this thing around, and sadly,
none of it involves a fucking time machine or showing

up with compound V from the boys, because I feel
like those might be the only ways that you could
maybe do something here. I know, earlier we were kind
of contemplating what other mythical substances maybe Joe Biden could
ingust they gave she Hulk, Oh shit, yeah, like some
Gamma rays or some shit or whatever is that how

she Hulk happened?

Speaker 2 (29:59):
Right, I'm not a scientist, Yeah I am.

Speaker 1 (30:07):

Speaker 4 (30:08):
The thing with Biden, it's like it wasn't like he
went into this where they thought he was gonna just
improve like all of a sudden there. Yeah, you're just
it's time is his worst.

Speaker 2 (30:18):
Anime, but like on a daily basis, because he's sundowning,
like they have, they've commented about him sundowning.

Speaker 4 (30:26):
It's that it's bad. Yeah, it's again, and it's sad,
it's bad, and it's yeah, nobody should watch this.

Speaker 1 (30:34):
And it's not like the Democrats would allow someone to
stay in office longer than they need to because they're
so caught up in there.

Speaker 2 (30:42):
Oh wait, has something to say about that.

Speaker 1 (30:47):
Entered the chat.

Speaker 4 (30:48):
Yeah, you know it's like Trump is old too, He's
I mean, yeah, he's but you can't even see him
declining slightly.

Speaker 1 (30:55):
He's even like yeah, yeah.

Speaker 2 (30:56):
Trump's like neurosyphilis has been with him from his money,
you know what I mean, Like he is we're used
to that. Biden, like his team was the one who
suggested this debate. They they were like everything around him
is enabling. Yeah, they should have done it like earlier
in the day, you know what I mean, when he

wakes up.

Speaker 4 (31:18):
Yeah, maybe they're trying to, you know, purposely sabotage him
in a way. I mean, I mean, if you're on
his team, wouldn't you say the best thing to do
would be to not put him in front of the camera. Yeah,
how do you? How could you avoid that as much
as possible? But I mean at the same time, he's

you know, right now, he's I mean, he's gonna lose.

Speaker 1 (31:43):
It's like kind of what sports coaches do, like, oh,
you think you should be a starter, Okay, you're starting,
and then when they lose the game, like, so what
do you think now? Yeah, that's what I thought. So
I don't know if hopefully, as they say, this is
the most important election of our time.

Speaker 4 (31:57):
Maybe maybe that's it to force his hand. You know.

Speaker 2 (32:02):
I don't think that's the case, because like, like he
just came back from that camp David meeting with the
rest of his family and they were like, we're gonna
keep doing We're doing it. I don't think it's the case.
I think what it is is arrogance. I think the
Democratic Party is like, you're gonna vote blue no matter
who we don't give a shit about you, and like,
we just care about our own pockets. So they don't give,
they don't give.

Speaker 1 (32:21):
They really underestimate how stubborn American people can be too,
or like, don't just make me do this? What are
you trying to do? But anyway, so they have a
plan and it's eight steps okay to somehow.

Speaker 2 (32:35):
Can't even take eight steps?

Speaker 1 (32:38):
Be fair? Be fair? He could take the steps with help. Yeah,
in the wrong direction with Jill easily eight steps now
staring into the step one quote dismiss the bed wedding.
It's their first step. The official White this is from Axios,
who is speaking to people in the administration. Quote. The
official White House and campaign line is that this is

as much ado about it's just much ado about nothing.
Biden allies are cranking out data and pushing out surrogates
to insist he had one bad night mostly because of
a scratchy voice and over preparation and gray matter deteriorating.

Speaker 2 (33:14):
When someone is being accused of being old. Don't use
the term bedwetting in a plan because now I'm just
thinking about Biden.

Speaker 1 (33:24):
That is immediately Yeah, the best not the best rhetoric
here for this one. The second one, get get some
good polls out. Biden allies are circulating poles and focus
group results showing the debate did little to change the
dynamics of their race. They're basically saying that, like, if
you believe the polls, voters thought Biden lost the debate

and seemed too old. But again, there's little evidence there
moving like fast to Trump either. I think that's true,
Like nobody watched that and was like, oh, Biden, Trump
just got all of Biden's support. The thing that people
came away with, at least, I think what we saw
was Biden's decline is becoming more and more apparent, and
in a way that's uncomfortable. And Trump continues to lie

in these actually absurd ways, which a lot of the
emphasis isn't really on that again because we've become so
used to the line that now it's just mostly about
being like, what but what about Joe Biden? Obviously Trump
still fucking incoherent and not making sense.

Speaker 2 (34:22):
But that's the problem is that people didn't People weren't
moved because the whole reason that Biden's team suggested it
was to show off that he is still great at
these debates. And he didn't move the needle on that
because he was so incoherent.

Speaker 1 (34:36):
No, no, like that.

Speaker 2 (34:38):
Is the problem is that they didn't move.

Speaker 4 (34:40):
I think he needs like a go to when he
forgets what he's talking about, just to just throw in
even if you know he's talking about medicare you know,
and he forgets and then then he could go off
and just start talking about something that that might not
have to do with medicaid. Just a go to just
he rambles off and he just you know, when he
just trailed off and you got to worry.

Speaker 1 (35:01):
About how you pay for it, taxes man, and then.

Speaker 4 (35:05):
Yes, you know what taxes just worked.

Speaker 1 (35:07):
He works, My dad and away I used to sneak
into Madison Square Guard.

Speaker 4 (35:10):
You would say he was ever one dad podcast. Yeah.

Speaker 1 (35:12):
I was a reporter for Sports Illustrated for kids, and
I used to meet and then it was like all right, Joe.

Speaker 4 (35:17):
Yeah, yeah.

Speaker 2 (35:18):
Everybody's impression of Joe Biden now is like Rick from
Rick and Morning, because it's like a corn bob jack.

Speaker 1 (35:28):
Yeah, just stream of consciousness.

Speaker 4 (35:30):
Uh, you know. And Trump is a professional at the
I mean, you can't be better than Trump at debates.
It's as good as you could be.

Speaker 1 (35:38):
It's it's like a roast, a ship talker. Yeah, it's
a roast master.

Speaker 4 (35:43):
You know, he could go on you know whatever in
the Netflix roast and do it and he could compete
with everybody because you put people in the plate. It's sad.

Speaker 2 (35:51):
I was gonna say, like, my, my idea for this
ape part throw it out bringing Hunter.

Speaker 1 (35:58):
I'm only at two.

Speaker 2 (36:00):
Everybody is gonna vote for that guy. He's the most
relatable one. He's like, he loves guns. He'll bring over
the Republicans, you know.

Speaker 1 (36:10):
What I mean? Yeah, come on, ex evasion Second Amendment rights?
What happened to us?

Speaker 4 (36:15):

Speaker 1 (36:17):
Because you got a couple of drug trah Anyway.

Speaker 2 (36:19):
That's the ladies.

Speaker 1 (36:20):
Anyways, Poulby, allow me to even finish. You're only a
quarter of the way through this masterful plant number three,
and they'd love this one. Warn of chaos as it
relates to the convention. Biden allies are making plain in
private conversations the perils of an open convention and the
risk of picking a Democrat even more unpopular than Biden,

namely Vice President Kamala Harris.

Speaker 2 (36:43):
That is so fucked up.

Speaker 1 (36:45):
It is It's like, why did you pick her. I
mean it makes it like it looks like it makes
the VP pick that specific VP pick look even more
cynical when he's like, well, I did it to just
sort of be able to get as many people of
color to vote for me. That's sort of why.

Speaker 2 (37:00):
I did it because of woke Yeah.

Speaker 1 (37:03):
Right, but not even that of just like the pure
like mathematics vote counting of being like, well, if I
have a woman of color running as my VP pick
that the logic would say that, then maybe that will
get me some more votes. Now, do I think she's
qualified outside of physically being a woman of color that
is present, I don't know, based on it's.

Speaker 2 (37:23):
Not even really present. They've hidden her.

Speaker 1 (37:28):
Unless yeah, like, well, she's getting out there a lot
more now because someone has to get out there. Number
four limit dissent. So this is more just getting orchestrating
supportive tweets by former presidents like Clinton and Obama. Sure,
I don't know that helps. Like no one's being like huh, yeah, what.

Speaker 2 (37:46):
Did you see Obama's tweet about it?

Speaker 1 (37:49):
His tweets bad night or something he had.

Speaker 2 (37:52):
Listen, we've all had bad And Nancy Pelosi when she
was being interviewed had the same thing. It was a
bad night, and then she went on to try to
defend him, but she was incoherent too, Like it is
so bad when like it's like doing stand up and
people are being like the crowd was rough. You know,
when you get off stage, you're just.

Speaker 1 (38:10):
Like, fuck bad.

Speaker 4 (38:16):

Speaker 1 (38:17):
You think from what it sounds like he's been coddled
for the entire administration, with people not really letting a
lot of bad news penetrate like that. Yes, so some
people also talk blame his advisors for also being like
such in their own echo chamber that they don't have
a sec. I mean, I look at what's I'm just
in general, when you see what the administration has done,

you're like, oh, these people don't talk to anyone outside
of like the five people they talk to every day.
And that's where America is.

Speaker 2 (38:45):
It's not even talking to people. Those advisors want to
be in power, that's it. Like it's the same thing
with like Diane Feinstein, her like entire staff wanted to
be in like have jobs, you know what I mean.
That's why like none of them were like step the
fuck down, or we're covering Mitch McConnell even like they're
all like taking care of these old people who need

to retire. Yeah, and like you put in a home.

Speaker 1 (39:10):
At worse, it's like if they don't, if they go down,
I'll have to do something else rather than coasting on
the you know, coattails of power of one of the
most powerful people on earth. Yeah.

Speaker 4 (39:22):
Yeah, Number five, I say, how many eighty three year
old are I mean, you brought up a point ball,
like how many eighty three year olds are working right
now in America?

Speaker 1 (39:30):
I just watched that documentary Ren Fair. Oh and the
technic owner of the Texas Room the Suns Fair is
eighty five. But also if you saw him, you're like, dude,
this guy shouldn't even be at an olive garden, let
alone running like an entire business.

Speaker 2 (39:45):
When you're here, you're not family.

Speaker 1 (39:47):
He likes to Hey, what happened to Hospitalitiano? Huh, whatever
happened to it? What happened to us? Number five? Keep
elected leaders close? So this is now, this is the
White House talking about how they want, like Chuck Schumer
and Hakeem Jeffrey is to basically be like, look, I
know you guys are worried that Biden being so unpopular
affects down ballot things like Senate races and house races,

which are also equally as important. But apparently they're really
just trying to say, like, look, man, it's gonna be
all good. It's gonna be all good. Which again that's
not a this isn't a strategy at all. Number six,
get the donor class to chill. Quote Jeffrey Katzenberg and
other top Biden backers are working the phones to reassure
the deep pockets while the campaign and DNC are keeping

keep turning out fundraising appeals and highlighting successes. But it
sounds like a lot of donors are also, Like Jesus Christ.

Speaker 2 (40:37):
I think that's the main thing. The public doesn't matter.
It's the donors that matter to the Democratic parties to
a certain extent.

Speaker 1 (40:44):
Yeah, to a certain extent for sure, because you need,
like you're gonna have to just completely carpet bomb like
the airwaves to get as much you know, messaging out
there as possible to make up for maybe the lack
of inperson things or whatever. Number seven prove vitality. Words
can't capture how elated top officials were that Biden was

as vigorous as he was at a rally in North
Carolina the day after the debate. They're looking for as
many opportunities as possible to show that he's still on
his game. Cut to him probably in public.

Speaker 2 (41:15):
Or President Biden to take the Presidential Fitness Test, Like
I mad to Okay, if you can run a mile
in twelve minutes?

Speaker 1 (41:26):
Yeah, yo, was that your time?

Speaker 4 (41:28):
If he could walk?

Speaker 1 (41:29):
Oh, that was my I would protest.

Speaker 2 (41:33):
I was like fifteen minutes. I was like doing I
was trying to do makeup on the running.

Speaker 1 (41:37):
Yeah, yeah, though I was sucking up the shuttle run.

Speaker 4 (41:40):
Yeah, what was the shuttle run again?

Speaker 1 (41:42):
That was like where you're moving the bean bags, like
back and forth one side to another.

Speaker 4 (41:46):
That was it was a lot. Yeah yeah, physical fitness test,
that's what we called it.

Speaker 1 (41:52):
Did you ever did everyone have a rope that theirs?

Speaker 2 (41:54):
We didn't have a rope. We also had a guys
how to do pull ups, and we had to do
hangs or something on like the bar. I remember that
those two.

Speaker 1 (42:02):
Things about like stretching, like yeah, stretching, stretching, blimber running.

Speaker 4 (42:12):
Yeah, maybe that was that's why I pulled something.

Speaker 1 (42:16):
Yeah, yeah, so yeah, I don't know how they're gonna
like looking for as many opportunities as possible to show
that he's still on his game. I feel like that
could go wrong really quickly.

Speaker 2 (42:29):
And the campaign the debate was like.

Speaker 1 (42:32):
Yeah, that's what I'm saying, Like they're gonna have to
do something so controlled, like he's gonna lift movie weights
or something, or it is gonna.

Speaker 2 (42:40):
Be like really is going to be like The Boys
where they fake everything.

Speaker 1 (42:42):
Yeah, they're like, yo, we got to have him stop
a fucking bank robbery with his just fucking just bare handed, Okay,
and maybe that will help the numbers. And then finally
number eight, this is great quote ignore slash engage the media.

Speaker 2 (42:57):
That is so funny.

Speaker 1 (42:59):
So basically what they're saying is they're ignore the haters
or people who are observing that this is maybe not
the best path forward, and simultaneously engage other journalistic outlets
like Axios like they're doing in this article to talk
about how everybody's got this whole thing mixed up. I mean, like,
I guess this is a plan, but again, it's still

all rooted in making people deny what they are seeing
with their bare eyes, you know what I mean, Like no,
he's fine. He's actually very vital, he's quite spry. It's like, no,
I don't know, That's not what I'm getting. At the
very least, you could like make the platform and I
keep saying this the thing people want to vote for,

rather than proving like this husk of a person is
like the thing that you're voting for. But again that
we've seen what happened, what happened in twenty twenty, there
where a lot of promises made, some kept, a lot
not and yet just like there's no talk of policy
really at all, aside from being like, and I get
it the very real threat of a Trump presidency and
are already fucked up Supreme Court. That's not lost on

many people. But to just constantly be like, we need
them to get excited and then just like being like,
our solution is just getting people to pretend that he
isn't what they're seeing is the way out of it.

Speaker 2 (44:16):
Okay, I have two questions. Yes, One, if you had
to fool the American public into thinking that you were
more like mentally like a cut like aware, or like
you had to prove vitality, who would you who would
be like a witness and what would you do, Like
what like event or or display of strength would you do.

I'm thinking, you know, in like American Ninja Warrior ship
where they knock people off, I'm thinking I want to
do one of those. I want to train for Amada American. Yeah,
whatever they jouts, I want to do that. I feel
like that would be fun.

Speaker 1 (44:56):
No, I feel like it has to you have to
like engineer, like it has to be a for on scio,
you know, like not a stone.

Speaker 2 (45:02):
Like the person on the other side would like I'd
have somebody with like a string to pull him off
at the right time.

Speaker 1 (45:08):
To do like a matrix. Yeah, yeah, like he blew
him off that platform.

Speaker 4 (45:12):
I mean like I'm like, what's the thing in Billy
Maddis is like the academic to like it's a full
fledged academic and physical like that. So then that would
be that's that should be the debate.

Speaker 1 (45:24):

Speaker 4 (45:25):
Yeah, that'd be perfect. So they I mean, that's the
way they need to they need to do to go
to head ted and then whoever wins that that's what
should decide who's president.

Speaker 1 (45:37):
Really. Yeah, that or something where it's like they get
like Logan Paul to like meet the president.

Speaker 2 (45:43):
But he interviewed Trump.

Speaker 1 (45:45):
No, you need Biden to be like, come on, man,
he like hits him so hard on the back. He's like, dude,
he actually compressed discs in my back. That was the
crazy ship dude. And I was about to and I'm
a boxer wrestler.

Speaker 2 (45:57):
He offered to have Biden on, but but I didn't
him up on it because he did interview Trump, and
I think he offered Biden the same chance.

Speaker 4 (46:04):
And that's the one who fights, right Logan Pols he's
a wrestler. Oh, that's the wrestler you want to get. Jake.

Speaker 2 (46:11):
He's all frustratingly good at wrestling. He's like a really
good heel in Jacob the boxer. He's like, yeah, U
f c your boxing?

Speaker 4 (46:20):
Yeah, yeah, boxing, but sposed to yeah, And then Biden
steps in and not pull out.

Speaker 1 (46:26):
And I'm as good as Mike Tyson.

Speaker 2 (46:30):
Jake Paul has been showing up on Fox too. He's
been saying weird ship on Fox.

Speaker 4 (46:34):
Yeah, well so that's what I like. I like that.

Speaker 2 (46:37):
Also, who would I would pick for you guys? For Gary,
I would pick your dad say how how aware? How
strong and aware? Like he would if he got you
in a Madison Square garden. Yeah, I feel like he
could testify to your strength.

Speaker 1 (46:52):
You look, the DNC have mastered the Khan over the decades. Yeah,
I mean, but they are the ideas are ging stale,
Like to the point, there was this article that was
saying that Joe Biden's grandkids are now saying that like
they're like they have ideas about how to help, and like, well,
I have like some social media followers, maybe I can

talk to other influencers online and like none of them
have like a truly substantial following.

Speaker 2 (47:18):
We see a bunch of public venmo requests from his grandchildren.

Speaker 1 (47:22):
Yeah, exactly. But then again, the other thing too is
like while many again are calling for someone else to
run in Biden's place, you have the big question of money.
What happens if you drop in a Gretchen Whitmer or
a Gavin Newsom as like sort of like the headlines
are saying, like, that's who it should be. Because just

so we're clear, in the hypothetical where Biden drops out,
Kamala Harris is the only person that can seamlessly use
the hundreds of millions of dollars the campaign has raised
so far, because I.

Speaker 2 (47:54):
Thought, I thought you can use that it like they
have more than they need often and so that just
into like a big slush fund.

Speaker 1 (48:01):
It goes, it can go into a pack or something
like that. But if you're trying to fund another candidate,
there's there's like the way it works is like you
could max out like two thousand dollars donations at a time.
And if you're trying to buy airtime, if it's if
you're buying airtime for someone that isn't the actual candidate,
Like if it's the candidate's campaign not buying airtime, airtime's

more expensive, So like things just become more expensive and
a lot more like the federal elections or regulations around
it basically make it very complex to figure out how
to do that. And even if they did, it would
only be like a fraction of the money. So just
in terms of that, like another campaign has to start

from zero, which is like the heart part. Now, I'm
sure they could. I'm sure. The other idea is like,
well they could refund a lot of donations and then
ask those people then be like, now can you send
that money to this new campaign. That's like one idea
that's floating out on how to do that. But again
I don't I don't know how you know actually telling.

Speaker 2 (49:02):
Me, you're telling me that just because she's a black woman,
it costs more money for she's not a very.

Speaker 1 (49:12):
Specific why No, I'm saying she's the only person because yeah,
she is the Biden Harris campaign. So again, anyone else.

Speaker 2 (49:23):
Oh, so she's the only person who could She's the.

Speaker 1 (49:25):
Only one that can access Biden Harris campaign donations that
are you know, they just raised like another one hundred
something million like the last quarter, so that all like
an airtime has been bought and things like that. So
just from like the money part, because that's also a huge,
huge part of this, especially when someone doesn't have the
name recognition of being Biden or Trump. It's just another thing.

I'm not saying that then that means those are the
only options we have. But for a lot of people
who are just like, well, why can't they just do this,
I'm like, it's because the money thing is huge.

Speaker 2 (49:55):
And that is so their fault. That is, so their
fault for not dealing with this is another like RGB.

Speaker 1 (50:04):
Yeah, and then like also with that like immunity ship
that happened with the Supreme court, and Biden's like, I'm
going to respect the limits of power.

Speaker 2 (50:12):
You're like, bro, go dictator for a second, man, just
a little bit fascism.

Speaker 1 (50:20):
Yeah, can you, like, you know, get up or some ship.
I don't know. Look, it looks like we're on the ropes.

Speaker 2 (50:26):
Here over doing dictatorship for good.

Speaker 1 (50:29):
You know. Yeah, exactly, it's different.

Speaker 2 (50:32):
It's not gonna, it's not gonna. The position is not
going to corrupt you.

Speaker 1 (50:36):
We've reached the bottom, baby, We've reached the bottom. All right,
Let's take a quick break and we'll be right back
to check in on Rudy Giuliani right after this.

Speaker 2 (50:45):
Somebody should.

Speaker 1 (50:57):
And we're back. Uh and before we get to our
next story. Actually, Gary, I know you have to run,
So I just wanted to say, obviously, thank you so
much for coming on the daily side. Gus, we are
Polly and I will talk about Rudy Giuliani. Do not worry.
But Gary, where can people find you? Follow you? Check
the show out? And is there a tweet that you
like or other work of media?

Speaker 4 (51:18):
Sure? Yeah, I mean Instagram is really the best. I
post jokes on Instagram all the time. So that's at
Gary veer. But my website is Gary Veeder dot com
and I post all my tour dates and everything of
all the shows that I'll be at on there at
Gary veedter dot com. But yeah, I did want to
stick around for the I wish I could stick around
for the Rudy Julian I met him in the scam
and my dad we snuck into Gracie Mansion when he

was a mayor and was when the Rangers won the
Stanley Cup. So it was a whole big thing of
just another con, Like, my dad completely got past their
whole security detail and then we went there and I
was again I was playing. I have pictures with Andrew
Giuliani too at the oh wow, the Mayor's mansion. I
played street hockey with him, and this is when I
was ten years old. But yeah, so that was another Yeah,
scam goes.

Speaker 1 (52:01):
And he's not talking to his dad either, I read recently.

Speaker 4 (52:03):
Yeah, probably not.

Speaker 1 (52:04):
No, I think he really like something happened between Andrew
and Rudy.

Speaker 4 (52:07):
Yeah, but I'll never forget that the picture of Rudy
Guliani and the one where he's like just melting and
it's just like the hair dye. It's just like, Yeah,
it's hilarious.

Speaker 2 (52:16):
You two could start a podcast together, you and Andrew.

Speaker 1 (52:18):
I know.

Speaker 4 (52:19):
Man, yeah, yeah, yeah, that's great. Yeah for sure. But
but thank you guys so much for for having me
and yeah yeah yeah that I got to run.

Speaker 1 (52:28):
No, no, no, no, no worry is all good? Man. Well,
like I said, uh, I encourage everybody to check the
show out and we'll talk to you soon.

Speaker 4 (52:36):
Man, Thank you guys.

Speaker 1 (52:37):
All right. See oh man, he didn't hit us with
a tweet he liked. But you know what, sometimes you're
on the run. Very busy man, very busy man. Well,
paulav Then that leaves you and I to talk about Gary. No,
Rudy Julia got confused because he said he was kicking

Gary Giuliani. Great guest, folks, it happened on but yeah,
a new character. Yeah, just a bit of karma for
Rudy Giuliani. He has been officially disbarred in the state
of New York following an appeals court ruling that cited
quote the demonstrably false and misleading statements he made while

acting as Trump's lawyer.

Speaker 2 (53:21):
First of all, I am surprised this didn't happen much sooner. Yeah,
I'm like, what like, why is this news. It shouldn't
have just happened years ago?

Speaker 1 (53:31):
Because look man, he because look like when these guys
they know how to maneuver the legal system, they just
appeal appeal, appeal, appeal to they hit the road like
the end of the road, and it's like, I'm sorry, man,
this is this is not going to work for you.

Speaker 2 (53:44):
You end up at the Four Seasons Hotel.

Speaker 1 (53:47):
Four Seasons landscaping. Shout out, shout out anybody who bought
that shirt in twenty nineteen. Well because also, like too,
if you think about some of the other Kraken lawyers
from that just wacky period between the election and the certification,
like those people got disbarred also somewhat quickly, Like so
Rudy was sort of one of the last ones to fall.

Speaker 2 (54:05):
But anyway, it's so wild to, like, not Rudy, but
like anyone on the Trump train to like sacrifice your
career like that for that man, you know what I mean,
Like I can't imagine loving anyone that much to be like,
let me just get my ass disbarred.

Speaker 1 (54:20):
Hell no, I'm so selfish. I'm like, well, what's my risk? Wait?
I could lose all my shit? Yeah, for you. Yeah,
but I get also to a lot of people if
they live in this fantasy world, it's like, well, if
I get close enough, then the president will help me
out of whatever I need to be helped out.

Speaker 2 (54:36):
Of, and then I won't be barred or something.

Speaker 1 (54:38):
Yeah, and look at Steve Bannon who went to jail Monday,
and look at Rudy and everybody else, like it's he's
not gonna save y'all. Okay, But Rudy responded to the
news by just just attacking the judicial system and said
it was a like a communist dictatorship and that's what's
going on, not because I was lying so terribly with

my words and also with my scalp.

Speaker 2 (55:01):
Products, unlike my capitalist dictatorship, which is completely different.

Speaker 1 (55:08):
Yeah, at least a few people get a really rich
in that one. But yeah, the other thing too is
I don't know if you remember he had he was
like selling coffee to try and like raise funds after
like he always like one hundred forty one hundred and
forty eight million in a defamation lawsuit. He's like, wait, was.

Speaker 2 (55:25):
He also selling like like slippers or something. I feel like,
wasn't that a thing where he was he was selling
like a bunch of different things, right.

Speaker 1 (55:33):
I mean, wait, slippers now, I gotta look.

Speaker 2 (55:36):
At Is that Juliani or was that somebody.

Speaker 1 (55:37):
Else my pillow slippers?

Speaker 4 (55:40):

Speaker 2 (55:40):

Speaker 1 (55:41):
Yeah? That This was like two years ago, it says
July first, twenty twenty two, selling sandals. Oh right, so yeah.
The grifting was also continused, like he's like, this is
my favorite coffee. You're gonna love it too. I'm Rudy Juliani.
This is the best cup of coffee I've ever had
in my life, and you can you can guarantee it
because I'm a liar. It turns out someone did a

little digging on like trying to find out who exactly
because he's like, it's organic, and we're like, I thought,
that's like woke to you guys, Like, isn't that the
last thing you'd want is like to name check that
it's organic. People found out that the person behind it
is Darren Don Pablo Burke of Burke Brands and Don
Pablo Coffee in Miami, Florida. And there's a little interesting

wrinkle in this story because that company, Burke Brands, they
are also bankrupt. They filed for bankruptcy in December of
twenty twenty two.

Speaker 2 (56:33):
So okay, but Giuliani doesn't work for anyone who isn't
technically bankrupt at least once, So.

Speaker 1 (56:38):
That is true. Yeah, either morally or financially or bankruptcy
has to be part of it. Yeah, truly, that's the
only way. It's the only way.

Speaker 2 (56:47):
I really do want an entire breakdown of everything Rudy
Giuliani drinks and eats, and then I want to avoid it,
you know what I mean, Like I would go from it.
I would pay money for that.

Speaker 1 (56:58):
I think. You know, I think between our like uh,
our our jeans, we got a lot of we got
a good momentum going, you know what I mean. Okay,
do people live fit in your family? Live pretty long?

Speaker 2 (57:10):
Yeah? Pretty long? I like I thought you like I
thought you were talking about like black done crack and
brown don't frown.

Speaker 1 (57:21):
But I'm not talking about our skin. People upset with this.
This skin is you know, it's tighter than a trampoline, but.

Speaker 2 (57:31):
You can break a kid's arm off of.

Speaker 1 (57:32):
It, no trying to do a backflip.

Speaker 2 (57:35):
Yeah, but any of people we live long. But like
we our skin is good until we're like sixty or
seventy and then everything drops. We're just like.

Speaker 1 (57:43):
Gone waiting to exhale moments.

Speaker 2 (57:48):
Okay, okay, everybody relaxed, We're tired.

Speaker 1 (57:52):
Now your kids well, Paula, thank you for guest hosting
with me today. Where do the people find you, follow you,
check you out, support you? And what's the working media
that you like?

Speaker 2 (58:06):
I am at Paula vi Ganlin everywhere.

Speaker 1 (58:09):
Good luck.

Speaker 2 (58:10):
If you don't know, okay, daily zeit guys people, if
you don't know my fucking zeit heads. If you don't know,
I want to call them zightheads. I don't know why
I got everybody you want blank heads if you don't
know my spelling, by now, what are you doing? You know?
I basically live here.

Speaker 1 (58:28):
I live at.

Speaker 2 (58:31):
And when I worked at a restaurant a lot of
there were a lot of Latino workers there, and they
all call me Kaya because of that.

Speaker 1 (58:39):
Hell yeah, you got That's why I'm yeah, I'm thousands. Yeah, yeah,
I embrace it. I used to just be like I'm
John or whatever, but now I like I'm thousands that
hell yeah uh.

Speaker 2 (58:53):
And then I run a show at the comedy store
with a couple of my friends and it's all South Asian,
Middle Eastern North African comic. It's been super fun. It's
the third Tuesday of every month at eight pm in
the Belly Room, Facial Recognition Comedy come through. It's a
super fun time. We get some really cool drop in
sometimes in terms of media, I'm trying to find there

was one, Oh yeah, so one of I've been looking
at the president like crime tweets, like where presidents get
to commit crime? Be god kings and commit crimes now,
And one of them was like, oh so the president
can just commit crimes now. Ronald Reagan sold crack. And

there was like another one. I don't know if that
was hold on that was who was that? That was
the user name is it's at Big Snugga, but the
profile that's s Fentanyl Junior. And then there was another one.
I don't know if I'll be able to find it,

but I just love those. I love those. President Immunity tweet.

Speaker 1 (01:00:01):
Oh yeah, oh.

Speaker 2 (01:00:01):
Our cat abou at Abu Dozila Kat wrote, I ip
Richard Nixon. You would have loved this decision.

Speaker 1 (01:00:10):
Oh I know. Yeah. We love Cat. We love Cat.
Hopefully hopefully we will have her on the show soon.
Actually you can find me at miles of grand Twitter
and Instagram. A tweet I like a couple of tweets
at STRAUSSA nator tweeted, do you think I can ask
my law school for a refund because like there is
no law anymore? I think fair?

Speaker 2 (01:00:30):
No, But you also don't have to pay those loans because.

Speaker 1 (01:00:33):
The yeah, well yeah, who knows that. Somehow they're like, like,
we got really good at enforcing you know, people's debts.
I mean, that is one thing that this country excels at.
One of our favorites from the show at roy Wood
Junior tweeted, I'm not trying to tell you young brothers
how to sell your demo tapes, but those people charging
their tesla in public can't go anywhere for fifteen to

twenty minutes. Just walk up and start freestyling, freestyle to
enough tesla owner. Sooner or later you're hitting somebody in
the industry. I love.

Speaker 4 (01:01:05):

Speaker 1 (01:01:06):
Used to be the thing where someone be like, hey man,
you like hip hop and you're like I do, and
you're holding a CD player with headphones, so let's hear it.
I appreciate it. Appreciate it. You can find us at
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you can find all of the articles we talked about,

as well as the song we wrote out on I
Want to Go Out. I was listening to zero seven
the other day because it's just like one of these
like old sort of like early Odds Groover kind of
bands that I would like listen to all the time,
and I was playing it for the baby because I
just want to put something on that like I could
sort of bop to without listening to. Actually, to be honest,

I really don't play much like intended for children kid music.
I don't know if that's bad us just like music music.

Speaker 2 (01:01:55):
Have you heard the kids Bob version of Not Like Us?

Speaker 4 (01:01:58):

Speaker 1 (01:02:00):
That one? That that is that? Did a comedian do that?
Or that was actually call?

Speaker 2 (01:02:05):
Because I saw the video and I was like this
is crazy, Yeah, but I would.

Speaker 1 (01:02:11):
Not put past them. Yeah that the lyrics are pretty
pretty good. Oh yeah, someone says it's a kids bop hardy,
but it's still on point, like the lyrics and just
like the syllable count to really get it as close
to the source material I think is commendable.

Speaker 2 (01:02:29):
That's how great of an artist Kendrick is. You know,
he makes music for everybody except everyone.

Speaker 1 (01:02:36):
But a song I want to write out on is
this track with zero seven plus another artist I like,
Jose Gonzalez, and it's called Futures, just like a super cool,
groovy track in Jose Gonzalez's voice is super soothing and
I think you'll enjoy it. People prepare to probably be
surrounded by fireworks like we are in La. But that's
every day pretty much in La, depending on where you live.

The fireworks, like I always say, they art on January
first and they end on January first every year, Yeah,
the entire.

Speaker 2 (01:03:05):
Unless you live in some lame neighborhood. Dude.

Speaker 1 (01:03:09):
Yeah, they're like, look you need but it's my pets, man,
I gotta I gotta get them on this fucking Gaba
Penton ship or whatever. Sad. That's the part, like I
wish you know it wasn't happening, but it's the upsetting
of my pets is really too.

Speaker 2 (01:03:25):
We should be able to set off like rival fireworks
to freak out the people.

Speaker 1 (01:03:30):
I feel like, yeah, or like, if you do it,
you have to sign up. Be like, okay, you let
us know where you live because I'm going to park
your truck outside. That'll just like blast, you know, some
kind of loud music all night so all the kids
distress you. Yeah, exactly where was I? Oh and the
track is called Future zero seven Jose Gonzalez Take that.
That's where we're headed in terms of our ride out

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