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June 27, 2024 51 mins

In episode 1699, Jack and Miles are joined by author, comedian, and host of The Pat Down, Ms. Pat, to discuss… Biden WON’T Be Sniffing Cocaine On Debate Night?! Lots Of People Will Tune In To Watch The Freak Show Presidential Debate, People HATE The Cop That Busted Justin Timberlake and more!

  1. Speaker Johnson Concedes, ‘No One Expects That Joe Biden Will Be on Cocaine’ During Debate
  2. Hannity: Biden’s Handlers Are “Experimenting With Just The Right Dose Of Red Bull, Caffeine Pills, Or Whatever”
  3. Lots Of People Will Tune In To Watch The Freak Show Presidential Debate
  4. People HATE The Cop That Busted Justin Timberlake

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Speaker 1 (00:05):
I didn't. I didn't fully write it up, but Lauren
Bobert was wearing reps. Really, she got repped versions of
those shitty Trump sneakers, those gold ones, and she rocked them.
And people were like, I guess some people fucking could
tell on feet immediately that like those are so fucking fakes,

(00:25):
and she's like, yeah, they're from China. They're like, oh wow,
she said that. Yeah, she like admitted it. She's like,
I couldn't get my hands on the real thing, so
this is okay, that's kind of fun. I'm like, you know,
in a way, like I don't shame rep queers. Yeah,
you know, but and that's like the saddest ship to
fucking like I got. I guess I got the reps.

Speaker 2 (00:47):
So the Trump sneak Air Trump, Yeah, man, the air
Golden toilets. Hello the Internet, and welcome to season three,
forty four, Episode four of denyst Day production of iHeartRadio.
This is a podcast where we take a deep dive

(01:09):
into America's share consciousness. And it is, of course, Thursday
June twenty seventh, twenty.

Speaker 1 (01:15):
Four Thursday June seventh, Of course, it is what is
June twenty seventh, what are we We're celebrating National Sunglasses Day,
National Onion Day, National ice cream Cake Day, National PTSD
Awareness Day, National Handshake Day, National Orange Blossom Day, and
National Bomb Pop Day, National HIV Testing Day.

Speaker 2 (01:32):
There's a lot. This is This is a lot. That's
a fragrant. Now, we got orange blossoms. We got bomb pops?
Is that are those the red.

Speaker 1 (01:39):
White and blue popsicles?

Speaker 3 (01:40):
Yeah?

Speaker 1 (01:40):
You know the ice cream man sense the rocket pops?

Speaker 2 (01:43):
Yeah, yeah, in some circles there known as oh.

Speaker 1 (01:46):
We know them as bomb pops in LA.

Speaker 2 (01:47):
Debate days, Debate Day also, Yeah, that's the that's the
main thing.

Speaker 3 (01:51):
You know.

Speaker 2 (01:51):
You've just been waiting to hear where these guys come
down on some big issues. And that's that's just what
everybody's going to gather around their radio to night in
front of the fire and listen and learn, I think.
But anyways, Happy Orange Blossom Day to everybody. My name's
Jack O'Brien aka inside him. He's logging.

Speaker 1 (02:15):
It's bad.

Speaker 2 (02:16):
I'm sensing doom so close here, I hear his asshole
repaint the room. Don't poop, so don't poop, so don't
poop so close to me. That is courtesy of Andrew Bobb,
and you current do that on television. A little collabo
in the discord about the etiquette of taking a poop

(02:40):
in the stall directly next to a person and leave
between Leave the stall, leave the buffer. I don't care
if you are, you know, uncomfortable being the first pair
of shoes that people see when they walk in the bathroom.
You still need to give them that buffer. I'm thrilled
to be joined as always by my co host, mister
Miles Grass.

Speaker 1 (02:59):
Miles Greg.

Speaker 4 (03:00):
He needs to give it up. He's had about enough.
His nose starting to bleed. The Boys on Coke. I'm
sorry that you seem to be confused that Graham belongs
to him.

Speaker 1 (03:19):
The Boys on Coke. Okay, now that is I just
came up with that in the shower this morning, because
everybody on the Republicans are they're saying Joe Biden is
on cocaine, and that's when he's gonna be on the
fucking debate stage, yacked out of his mind.

Speaker 2 (03:37):
That is the last drug this motherfucker is gonna be on.
Like he probably has an insulin pump of adderall that
like anytime his blood adderall level falls below a certain level.
He gets shot up with adderall, he's the president. He's
not fucking doing cocaine. Hey, I mean, and then like
you can try like Obama and Clinton probably did cocaine,

(03:58):
but this guy, like them let him do cocaine.

Speaker 1 (04:02):
Well that's I mean, Like again, this is coming from
the GOP who They're just like, I don't know, he's
on cocaine.

Speaker 2 (04:07):
There's people who are always like, what are you on crack?

Speaker 1 (04:09):
Bro? You know exactly Nah? Not this time, Miles.

Speaker 2 (04:14):
We are thrilled enough bullshit. We're thrilled to be joined
in our third seat by one of the great guests
we've ever had, one of the great first time guests,
an author, radio host, host of the podcast The pat Down,
one of the best comedians to ever do it. He's
currently on the Hot and Flashy Tour. It's Miss p.

Speaker 3 (04:35):
And you guess can't be married.

Speaker 2 (04:48):
Energetically. We're giving off that somehow, y' I wake up
drunk next time. I am happily married of sixteen years now.

Speaker 1 (05:09):
Really, yeah, I'm about to celebrate my tenth anniversary. What yeah,
yeah with them.

Speaker 3 (05:17):
Songs I was singing, they was giving a single.

Speaker 1 (05:20):
Yeah, that's why. That's why we do it in a
That's why we do it in a separate room in
the house where they do not hear any of this.

Speaker 2 (05:26):
Yeah exactly. They're like, God, i'd rather, I'd rather pretend
that you don't host that show.

Speaker 1 (05:33):
Yeah, I mean, yeah, I mean, I'm glad to get
that assessment. But you, yeah, because you've been you've been
married for a while too. I know, before we got
on Mike, you we got a little flavor of married
life because you've been together for what like thirty.

Speaker 3 (05:50):
Birthday was yesterday. His birthday was also yesterday, and he
is getting older dawn there.

Speaker 1 (05:55):
But I do nothing, yeah right.

Speaker 3 (06:00):
I mean they say I hang up on people a lot,
which I do because I'm the type of person I
hate a lot of conversation. Just tell me, I don't.
I hate for people to ask the phone say how
you doing. I don't do damn how you doing? Let
me tell you what I call you for, evign I
find you asking the phone. So I like to get
straight to the point. My husband, like you just heard
where it's that. Didn't ask me nothing.

Speaker 5 (06:21):
Just on the damn phone.

Speaker 3 (06:23):
It's just a funny, you know, being married a long time.

Speaker 2 (06:26):
Yeah, yeah, I mean in a profound way.

Speaker 1 (06:30):
I hate to ask that cliche, you know question, but
like you know, what's what's what's the secret for you?

Speaker 3 (06:35):
Communication Number one honesty and separate batrole. We just moved
into a separate bedroom and I love it. I love it,
and I've had friends who like move into separate bed rooms.
Not because it's something wrong with the marriage. Just one
of the reasons why I got separate room. My HUSBANDE
snow really bad and he'll sleep at this so you
won't wear it, and I get tired of beating him

(06:57):
in the back of every night.

Speaker 1 (06:59):
Right.

Speaker 5 (06:59):
The second reason is he like a firm mattress. I
like a soft mattress.

Speaker 3 (07:03):
So when you and I grew up really poor. So
when you put me on a firm matt it reminds
me of sleeping on the floor on a sidewalk.

Speaker 5 (07:11):
I can't see right right, So.

Speaker 3 (07:15):
When you get it, when you grow up in life,
you remind you being poor. One of the things I
always wanted was a soft mattress. So her mattress is
really soft, and he says hurt. He said hurt every
part of his body. So we just decided you go
over there, I'll go over here we'll faceide each other.

Speaker 2 (07:35):
I haven't seen each other in years. He just FaceTime
from one room to.

Speaker 1 (07:38):
The next and it works out.

Speaker 2 (07:41):
That's great. Yeah, the most designer mattress is just a
wooden floor. That's That's how I like it, you know,
just so hard.

Speaker 1 (07:50):
I need some I need he needs to that balance.
Like if it's too soft and like my back is
like curved in bed, then I end up waking up achy.
But again, you know, it's different for everybody. It's different
for everybody.

Speaker 3 (08:02):
Yeah, I'm fat too. I don't want to.

Speaker 5 (08:04):
Lay on that to run that hard. Yeah, I got
a little cushions right right.

Speaker 2 (08:10):
I feel like my body uh just won't allow me
to lay on something soft because then like I get
like my it bends in weird ways. Yeah, all right, Well,
I don't know why you thought my song about repainting
a room with your asshole was indicative that I.

Speaker 1 (08:27):
Don't have a wife.

Speaker 2 (08:28):
But we'll move on from that.

Speaker 3 (08:31):
I will say this, Joe Biden is not on cocaine,
not absolutely.

Speaker 5 (08:38):
He's not on cocaine. His son is on cocaine.

Speaker 2 (08:42):
Proudly proud.

Speaker 3 (08:46):
I used to sell Craig and rarely do you see
him Craik and Coki is in the eighties.

Speaker 2 (08:51):
Right right, yeah, yeah, yeah, they don't make it that
long usually, right.

Speaker 5 (08:55):
No, I don't know.

Speaker 3 (08:56):
He's just so swing and down.

Speaker 1 (08:58):
Yeah yeah, yeah, it's being eighty one or how old
he is. Yeah.

Speaker 2 (09:03):
All right, Well, miss Pat, we're going to get to
know you a little bit better in a moment. First,
a couple of the things we're going to talk about later.
We are going to talk about just all the accusations
being lobbed at Joe Biden about the upcoming debate. We're
going to talk about just the presidential debate. There's a
lot of anticipation for the debate. People say it's going

(09:23):
to be watched by most Americans, which that's a lot,
that's a lot. Yes, most things are not watched by
most Americans. That's like Super Bowl numbers, So we'll see
if that's true. We're going to talk about the cop
that busted justin Timberlake, who might be the one cop
who I'm like, maybe okay with because he just like
fucks with rich people from the Hampton's all day every day.

(09:47):
So all of that plenty more. But first, Miss Patt,
we do like to ask our guests, what is something
from your search history that's revealing about who you are?
Just searching?

Speaker 3 (10:03):
You're like, there's probably a furniture store for me, because
I mean, I just I just built a whole.

Speaker 5 (10:11):
So I'm I'm a d I.

Speaker 3 (10:12):
Y two d I wire so I'm always looking for
the next thing to do.

Speaker 5 (10:17):
So my search history will have a.

Speaker 3 (10:19):
Whole lot of d I y stuff and hot flashes.
So I'm going through metopolls. So I've been searching a
lot of things. You know, it's different ways to try
to control your metal poles. So I'm trying to search.
I've been searching a lot on which which way I
should go, which medication? Should I get pelts? Should I
get cleaned? Should I take shots? Should I take feels?

(10:41):
A whole lot of old driver jama stuff. I've been searching.

Speaker 6 (10:50):
How drives it gonna get?

Speaker 3 (10:52):
Will I get like Nevada, or will I be like Camlifornia,
or what I say, like Atlanta?

Speaker 5 (10:57):
So who knows what I mean?

Speaker 2 (11:00):
I feel like Atlanta has Atlanta in the summertime has
to be a hard time for hot flashes, right.

Speaker 6 (11:05):
Uh yeah, And it's a lot of it.

Speaker 3 (11:07):
Got a lot of sweat going on the crack and
your butt to So it's hot today, that's where I'm
at that it is hot.

Speaker 1 (11:14):
Yeah. Wait, So what kind of DIY stuff are?

Speaker 3 (11:17):
Like?

Speaker 1 (11:17):
How did you get into it? Because I know were
you just sort of like at a certain point and
like some of this ship I can do myself. I
don't need to pay somebody or what's how did you
get into doing d I Y stuff.

Speaker 3 (11:26):
My husband used to be a home well he used
to be a house just before he was in general motives.
So we didn't have a lot of money to redo
our first house and we boved, so we just we
just started watching AHGTV AGC would make you take up
your house to make make you They really make you
think you're a hero. Then you get that ship upon
you put it back. I don't know how to cut

(11:49):
I don't know how to pay. So we went through
all of the postings tean.

Speaker 5 (11:53):
Up our old house, and I just fell.

Speaker 3 (11:55):
In love with it. So I just built a house.
My home now where I'm living at with no cut
track is like fifteen thousand four.

Speaker 1 (12:02):
Feet whoa wait wait wait, so who you you were?
Like you were the general contractor basically I was.

Speaker 3 (12:09):
A Democrat tractor.

Speaker 5 (12:09):
I pull it all for a minute, so I got
the design.

Speaker 3 (12:13):
I did everything I do.

Speaker 2 (12:15):
So when you do DIY stuff, you actually like do
it yourself. You don't just google DIY stuff and then
be like okay, uh huh.

Speaker 1 (12:24):
Okay, I see how the chair.

Speaker 2 (12:27):
So I need somebody to help me out. You actually
do that ship?

Speaker 3 (12:31):
Yeah, I actually do well. I used to do it
a lot before my comedy and all on the TV
stuff took off.

Speaker 5 (12:36):
I was grinning the hand only Yeah, I do it
a lot. I do it a lot.

Speaker 2 (12:40):
Now, well, you need an HG TV show. I feel
like you have three shows already.

Speaker 3 (12:45):
I do that. I probably do have three shows, but
I do need it. That's why I keep telling itybody,
I really want to do d I Y, but do it. Honestly.

Speaker 5 (12:54):
You can't come in and say I don't want to
do a DY show.

Speaker 3 (12:56):
And they say, oh my god, this wall is gonna
cost you fifteen one hundred dollars.

Speaker 5 (13:01):
Not a hell. It won't kick a hole in the wall.
It's just stunts.

Speaker 3 (13:03):
Back there, let's tell this bitch.

Speaker 2 (13:04):
Tale this bitch down. What is What's something that you
see people paying for that is actually fairly easy to do? Yourself,
or at least easy for you.

Speaker 3 (13:19):
Is this I mean, it's it's just a measurements.

Speaker 5 (13:21):
I see peaceful.

Speaker 3 (13:23):
I pay for a lot of stuff now that before
I would do myself, like tearing out a wall, putting
the wall back. I'm doing my girlfriend house and I
have just seen what I say, if you tell it out,
I'll put it back. So we'll go in, and I
just told we just tore her whole kitchen and her
liv room. We did the same thing for my nephew.
So I go over and I say, okay, I need

(13:43):
this wall here. So like with my nephews and my husband,
we put a couple of his walls.

Speaker 2 (13:48):
Oh okay, I won't do no drywall.

Speaker 5 (13:51):
That's hard ship.

Speaker 3 (13:53):
I don't want to be no time, but I do everything.
I paint that bitch.

Speaker 1 (13:57):
Okay you do?

Speaker 2 (14:00):
You seem like you have just an incredible amount of energy.
Do you do you need a lot of sleep? I
just always when people are able to do this much stuff,
like what what's your sleep?

Speaker 1 (14:09):
Like?

Speaker 2 (14:10):
You do you need it to the eight hours of sleep?
Or are you like a person who needs less?

Speaker 5 (14:14):
They say I don't sleep.

Speaker 3 (14:15):
Everybody I do, they don't sleep, But my mind, just
wake me up every morning by three thirty four o'clock.
I don't what time I go to sleep. I'm always
about three thirty four o'clock.

Speaker 1 (14:27):
Yeah.

Speaker 2 (14:27):
Then you're just in the back just tearing walls out right.

Speaker 5 (14:31):
I mean, I'm thinking about the show.

Speaker 3 (14:33):
I'm thinking about development, I'm thinking about jokes, I'm writing,
I'm writing.

Speaker 5 (14:37):
I'm always just thinking.

Speaker 1 (14:39):
Yeah right, yeah, oh, miss Pat, because I know, look,
you have a show too where people bring you issues
and you are able to judge things on. Miss Pat
settles it. I'm curious the thing that Jack was talking
about the top of the show about taking a shit
in the bathroom. This there is a debate on the way.
There was a debate on the internet about when you
walk into a three stall war restroom to use the bathroom,

(15:02):
do you use the stall closest to the door, the
middle stall, or the very last stall, and if someone
is in one of the stalls, which stall do you select.
There was a big debate over whether or not people
need to keep a buffer stall in between two people
taking the ship in the bathroom. This was one the
others just in there, yeah, yeah, or I guess I
guess in there, but I think that's where that's where

(15:23):
our minds went because we're single men emotionally.

Speaker 3 (15:27):
Well, I'm fifty two, so I run to the first
fucking stall. Let me decide to choose pissed on myself.

Speaker 5 (15:43):
Some day.

Speaker 3 (15:44):
I don't want to push YUNKI move, bitch. You know
I'm about to give out. I don't have a problem
with somebody mixing me crapping. I will say, if you
know you craping, at least flush as you go. Yeah.

Speaker 5 (16:00):
If I'm cracking.

Speaker 3 (16:01):
I'm gonna flush and I go because I know it's
gonna take another ten minutes to wipe my hands. So
I want.

Speaker 5 (16:07):
I want to be curtish.

Speaker 1 (16:09):
Yeah, okay, that's what I like. Yeah, we can all
agree that the courtesy flush is the bare minimum in
those Yes.

Speaker 3 (16:16):
But when you just let it all pile up, then
I have a problem. The tackle at the top, tap
on your wall. Hey, I'm.

Speaker 2 (16:25):
Just still going.

Speaker 3 (16:28):
But you know what, women, women are way better than
me because most of us, and I would say most
of them, I know I do. I always care.

Speaker 5 (16:36):
Spray with me, you know.

Speaker 2 (16:38):
Yeah, the travel Yeah, I.

Speaker 3 (16:40):
Always carry that because I don't I mean, I don't
want you to smell I from smelling like fishing or Greek,
or or if I don't take a crap. So I
always try to, you know, because I don't know if
you gonna walk in the start after somebody else like,
but men don't care.

Speaker 1 (16:56):
Women don't know.

Speaker 2 (16:58):
Disgusting, Yeah, for anyone else's by home.

Speaker 1 (17:01):
I don't wanna.

Speaker 2 (17:02):
I don't want to smell that ship. Some of you
guys smell weird out there. What what's something you think
is underrated?

Speaker 5 (17:09):
I don't know?

Speaker 3 (17:11):
Can I the daughter? She don't give the Yeah, yeah, okay,
she don't. Okay, give me something that's overrated? Kids?

Speaker 2 (17:22):
Kids?

Speaker 5 (17:23):
Okay, what's underrate abortions?

Speaker 1 (17:27):
There you go a juxtaposition, underrated abortions overrated?

Speaker 7 (17:39):
Oh wow, that's amazing. Is your daughter comedian? She came,
She was quick with that.

Speaker 3 (17:51):
She she writes on the show and tell all the time.
She need to be a damn comedian.

Speaker 1 (17:54):
But yeah, okay, yeah, right.

Speaker 3 (18:00):
When I can, I can let me tell you what
I say. They overrated because you don't get the tax
break you used to get for yes, could I mean? No?
What's his name? Trump changed that we don't get those
great tax breaks, a tax break.

Speaker 5 (18:18):
You used to get for being poors. You don't get
them anymore.

Speaker 3 (18:20):
So they saw the overrated you used to get ear
income createy.

Speaker 5 (18:26):
It takes a lot to get income created, y'all.

Speaker 3 (18:28):
Father the hell I'm talking about because you didn't give
me a tax break.

Speaker 5 (18:32):
So but they used to give your ship tell of
money per child. They don't do that anymore.

Speaker 3 (18:36):
So, Yeah, I used to tell my kids back in
the day, I said, when you're eighteen, I don't get
an income tax return for you.

Speaker 5 (18:42):
So that means we're done, right.

Speaker 1 (18:46):
You have no monetary value? No, I mean, yeah, I
just have my first child, and I was like, I
can't wait to see my taxes. And I was I
was like, what it's like I didn't even have Yeah,
I was like, this was the reality I was promised.
But no, no, you said it was purely an investment.
You said, exactly, it.

Speaker 3 (19:08):
Was only an investment as you put it in the
moment that.

Speaker 2 (19:11):
Was it very business like.

Speaker 3 (19:14):
He's very business And the crazy part is you don't
know how they turn out.

Speaker 2 (19:19):
Right now.

Speaker 3 (19:20):
I got a few right here, I have a few
kids right here, and be like I kept you.

Speaker 1 (19:28):
Yeah, but you gotta love them the same. You gotta
love them the same.

Speaker 3 (19:31):
Yeah, I love a lot of my kids, but let
me say this as a parent, because I need a
lot of parents the same life. Everybody got a favorite kid.
Now that doesn't mean that doesn't mean that my mother,
father don't love everybody. I have a favorite kid. I
love the rest of y'all, but this is right here.
It's my favorite.

Speaker 2 (19:48):
And do you tell them that?

Speaker 5 (19:50):
Yeah?

Speaker 1 (19:51):
You wait? Why and why is jum Bug your favorite?

Speaker 3 (19:57):
I think I think because it was my last when
he was ten to two. He's just so sweet, he's
my baby. He's twenty three. But like that when I'm
just talking to yeah, right.

Speaker 1 (20:16):
Much, I'm Curiousyah see, I'm contemplating another child, maybe down
the road. And that's my fear is that I would
immediately like start comparing them, be like, oh man, this
one ain't ship compared to the other one. Not like
in an aggressive way, but that just merely by having
multiple kids you have the ability to sort of compare

(20:37):
and contrast and like, and then from there you are
kind of like, yeah, maybe I like the other one better,
or maybe I like this one better?

Speaker 6 (20:44):
What everybody like? One?

Speaker 3 (20:45):
Man?

Speaker 5 (20:45):
Everybody?

Speaker 3 (20:46):
But you get fak ass parents to say Oh my god,
I love all of my kids.

Speaker 5 (20:50):
You don't.

Speaker 3 (20:51):
One of them is probably smoke dope. You can't tell
me if you got a cracky kid that that's your favorite.
Ain't gonna say you don't love him, and you ain't
gonna do it. You can't get him out, dope.

Speaker 5 (21:01):
But that's your fucking hey. Yeah, well, people will tell
you my oldest used to be my handed. She's straightening
up now.

Speaker 1 (21:09):
Yeah.

Speaker 2 (21:09):
I have two kids, but they're like really close in age,
so it's like back and forth, and sometimes I can't
tell them apart, but they're.

Speaker 1 (21:17):
Yeah, back and forth between who the favorite is.

Speaker 2 (21:19):
Yeah, back and forth between who the favorite is because
there but the younger one, really, you know, he's he's
still a lot sweet, like sweet most of the time,
whereas the old Ryan's starting to he knows what rolling
his eyes means now, and that's never forget your first
time you're like, what the fuck is that? All right,

(21:41):
let's uh, let's take a quick break and we'll come
back and we'll talk about all that cocaine that the
President of the United States is going to be snorting tonight.
We'll be right back, and we're back. We're back and

(22:07):
all right, so the big story they've settled on which
drug Joe Biden will be doing tonight.

Speaker 1 (22:13):
Yeah, so the first presidential debate is tonight Thursday in Atlanta.
And you know, as it stands, there's been no sign
that Trump will try and sneak out of this, but
I'm still holding out for surprise. But either way, this
whole narrative by Republicans about Joe Biden being on drugs
just continues. It does not stop. You know, first, there's

(22:36):
Sean Hannity on his show speculating, He's like, they're gonna
figure out like which drugs to combine to help him,
you know, figure out just exactly how he'll get to
those energy levels. Here is Sean Hannity speculating on what
drugs he might be on.

Speaker 8 (22:51):
Is it gonna be jacked up, hyper caffeinated Joe or
is it going to be you know, the cognitive dysfunction
that we see every day. And I would say it's
probably the latter. I think the odds are pretty high
that that doctor Ronnie Jackson is correct, is they're probably
experimenting with just the right dose, knowing that they probably

(23:11):
overdid it at the State of the Union when he
screamed his speech. I mean, he literally just he didn't
even let this speaker introduce him, and he's screaming his
speech at and he's reading the teleprompter. He's not going
to have a teleprompter here. I know many of you
many theories out there that it's it's Joe Biden is
going to have special things putting this. There's no evidence

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of any of that, and I imagine that there's probably
checks for that.

Speaker 1 (23:36):
I like how he starts saying, who knows the kind
of drugs he's like, but there's no evidence for that.
You don't want to be.

Speaker 3 (23:42):
You don't want to be the only thing Joe Biden
is a BC.

Speaker 2 (23:47):
Power right right right.

Speaker 3 (23:54):
Everybody know he's not even there anymore. And and Trump
is only because he's one of off McDonald.

Speaker 6 (24:02):
That's the only reason why he m a jiz.

Speaker 3 (24:04):
We literally have too old CN who should be somewhere
playing golf.

Speaker 6 (24:09):
Together trying to run the world.

Speaker 5 (24:13):
Of America.

Speaker 3 (24:14):
Both of them is too old. I guarantee you both
of them have on a pomp.

Speaker 2 (24:19):
That's what got for sure. Yeah, yeah, yeah, I mean,
but he got.

Speaker 6 (24:24):
Hips Nancy Baby Dyke, Yeah.

Speaker 1 (24:27):
Right, right right, I mean That's why there was even
like some of the Trump's supporters you saw grown men
wearing diapers and having t shirts that said real men
wear diapers. They were really trying to make that. They're like, no,
that's cool, that's cool when that.

Speaker 2 (24:38):
Happens, and actually we think that's cool and a sign
of virility, right right he should Yeah.

Speaker 1 (24:45):
Yeah, the fact that it's just themselves. People were speculated
as like, man, Trump thinks terrible, like when you get
near him, like it's often. Uh so, I don't know this.
That's that's one version of what might be going on
with Donald Trump.

Speaker 3 (24:59):
Then.

Speaker 1 (25:00):
So the next thing we saw was the Speaker of
the House, Mike Johnson. He was also talking speculating about
what Joe Biden may be like. But he was asked
by Caitlin Collins on CNN. She's like, do you think,
like maybe all the Trump supporters and the people going
on TV accusing him of doing drugs like it's going
a little too far? This is his answer.

Speaker 9 (25:20):
Do you think some of the rhetoric spigure Johnson, I mean,
just knowing you and how you conduct yourself, do you
think some of the rhetoric.

Speaker 6 (25:27):
Is out of line?

Speaker 9 (25:27):
When people from Trump's team are suggesting that the Trump
himself that Biden is going to be on cocaine when
he's on that debate stage Thursday night.

Speaker 10 (25:37):
Look, there's a lot of things that are said in jest.
Of course, no one expects that Joe Biden will be
on cocaine, but they do ask questions, and I think
they're objectively. I mean, I think it makes sense why
people are asking will he be on some sort of
energy drinks or something. Okay, Look, his energy levels, you
can see, vary depending on what format he's in and

(25:57):
what forum, and you know, we expect that he'll do
what he did at the State of the Union. He
had a lot of energy that night. So that's the
Joe Biden I expect to see. The question is can
he stay for ninety minutes on that stage and go
toe to toe with President Trump, who, as you know,
goes to rallies and talks for two hours on end
without any break in any notes.

Speaker 1 (26:14):
So yeah, he goes for two hours in rants and
says whatever he wants.

Speaker 3 (26:19):
First of all, Joe Biden is eighty something years old.
I'm fifty two and I'm sleepy right now.

Speaker 5 (26:25):
So that's why.

Speaker 3 (26:27):
When people do this, we know off all day long
Trump Trump is out there talking. The reason why he
don't read no time because he don't. He likes to
talk about shit don't nobody know nothing about.

Speaker 2 (26:40):
Right.

Speaker 3 (26:41):
Look, the people don't.

Speaker 5 (26:42):
Even kiff for Trump when he talks. That'd be that
smoker cigarettes. They don't talk outny barbecue grill.

Speaker 3 (26:49):
Trump. They don't know the hell Trump talking.

Speaker 2 (26:52):
About because he's a great instinctive liar. So he just yeah,
you're right, He just talks about shit that can't like
people can't technically prove wrong, but it is like it
ain't what you're.

Speaker 3 (27:02):
Talking about, prove wrong. He talking about ship. They don't
even know how to know what he's talking about, talking
about a big spy or snake one day, all about alligate.

Speaker 1 (27:13):
Sharks, sharks in the boat. If you want to get
bit by a shark if you're in a boat, Yeah,
what the hell.

Speaker 5 (27:19):
I gotta do a run in the world, okay.

Speaker 1 (27:22):
Right right.

Speaker 5 (27:23):
People just go to.

Speaker 3 (27:24):
Around it's just to say they want to around it,
the same way people go to some concert just to
say I was there or probably don't even like the artists.

Speaker 5 (27:31):
They just and you know what really gets me when
you see the coats.

Speaker 3 (27:36):
They call him black. So Trump, Oh y'all want to
set y'all black stupid ass. Now it's the same black people.

Speaker 2 (27:41):
One day they got Jerry and one.

Speaker 3 (27:44):
Day they got a little Jerry kid current weed, and
next day they got a fade that acts like the
black community don't know. We're the most half swishing up
people in this world. Black person don't swish. They hang
up you still that nick, bro?

Speaker 6 (27:58):
I know your face?

Speaker 2 (28:05):
They are now every time, yeah.

Speaker 1 (28:07):
Yeah, yeah, And it is the same. There is that
one dude who has like the relaxed hair in like
a ponytail. He's like always there. That one dude who
I think like also has like some weird like he
was caught up in some weird cases too, but.

Speaker 3 (28:20):
A weird case a bunch of uncle funking.

Speaker 2 (28:26):
This Pat.

Speaker 1 (28:27):
I'm curious, you know, like as I know you you
like you said you know about fiends. You know what
people look like when they're off drugs like this. Do
you think there's any job that you could do believably
like on cocaine, like for all these people, like I
think Joe Biden's on cocaine, Like obviously, I don't know
if that being president will get you there is there
is there any situation where you think that's a performance

(28:49):
enhancing drug for your job?

Speaker 6 (28:51):
Yes, prostitution. There you go, what are you talking about?
You job to day? You got no cocaine.

Speaker 5 (29:05):
But yeah, what are you stop?

Speaker 6 (29:07):
What are you talking about?

Speaker 2 (29:08):
Wall Street and prostitution?

Speaker 3 (29:10):
Nineteen nineteen ninety down a tamboard.

Speaker 1 (29:14):
Everybody was all coke, right, right, right, that's Michael Irvin. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.

Speaker 2 (29:19):
I feel like a lot of times people talk about cocaine,
like when it comes to movies, they're like, all right,
that movie was mostly fueled by cocaine. They usually do
that as a bad thing, but like a lot of
the classic eighties movies, I also feel like have that
energy too, you know that it was just a lot
of cocaine flying around on that And then we get
Top Gun, you know Jerry Brenheimer, Like, yeah, that guy

(29:41):
Don Simpson who like died of a cocaine overdose, but
he he was involved in making like Flash Dance and
Top Gun and like some of the best, some of
the best movies of the eighties, So it doesn't hurt
in some cases.

Speaker 3 (29:54):
You know, cocaine was once a rich man, right, when
Crai came along for my people.

Speaker 5 (30:00):
So you know, cocaine.

Speaker 3 (30:02):
Is you know, it's it's it's a drug that say
you wealthy, right if you're cranky head and you're poor.

Speaker 5 (30:07):
But you know, and I don't know why people do heroin,
So it is what it is.

Speaker 2 (30:12):
Yeah, this is a yeah.

Speaker 1 (30:13):
I mean, we'll see. I think I think a lot
of the reason why now all these Republicans are like,
I don't know, He's probably gonna be all hopped up
on blow. You know, I will see what happens. It's
probably just because now they're probably want to have an
excuse for when Trump inevitably just puts in a terrible
performance on that debate stage, because they'll be.

Speaker 3 (30:29):
Like, let me tell you something, if Joe Biden come
to that stage to night with energy, it's because he's
sleep right now. They have had Joe speak for two days.

Speaker 2 (30:41):
They actually, yeah, yeah, he.

Speaker 3 (30:43):
Is well risted. They gave him some perferct fall or
what on mikeay Jackson used to take and he sleep
two dams days.

Speaker 5 (30:51):
They're gonna wake him up thirty minutes before.

Speaker 3 (30:54):
The debate, give him a bafeed and take.

Speaker 5 (30:56):
Him my death.

Speaker 2 (30:58):
Yeah, give him a little birth pa and send him
out there, point him in the direction of the stage,
send him out there. I think you should lean into
the cocaine energy, though, just like you know.

Speaker 1 (31:10):
Yeah, white suits, sunglasses, you know, don't.

Speaker 3 (31:14):
You dare memory Obama would.

Speaker 6 (31:19):
Wow, Yeah, he was a weed.

Speaker 5 (31:21):
Man, don't you dare?

Speaker 3 (31:22):
White Joe, We.

Speaker 2 (31:28):
Knew it.

Speaker 1 (31:29):
He's not chopping it up. Look at his nostrils. You
see a bunch of little rocks falling out. There was
that time when Trump, like I was gonna say that, like,
you know, snorting anything is beneath the president. But I
mean Trump, Trump created new lows in all scenarios. But
there was that one time when a rock flew out

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of like a little shard of something flew out of
his nostril, and there was like extreme slowed down video
and you could also see like one of his eyes
like following it as it trailed to the ground. So
I don't know, people who know Trump say that he's
been snorting after.

Speaker 2 (32:05):
All since the eighties. So I wouldn't be shocked if
he like he seems to have that energy about him.

Speaker 3 (32:12):
Well, you would think, you know, he been snoring something.

Speaker 6 (32:15):
He refused to let that hair go, he don't.

Speaker 3 (32:21):
Anybody George Free would have been cut that shit off.
Has paid more from his hair than he that he
has in texts. He probably two billionaire on that happen.

Speaker 2 (32:37):
Right, That's funny. We were talking recently about I was
saying that I think it's weird that when you read
historical accounts of World War Two, people aren't like Hitler,
whose mustache looks like shit. You know, that isn't the
first thing that they say about him, like that his
mustache looks stupid. But I guess that's where we are
with Trump too. Like when people read historically of this time,

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they'll be like, yeah, but what about the hair, And
it's just like, yeah, we're kind of over it at
this We knew about the hair for a while. Yeah,
the hair has been been there for twenty years, but
it is it is good to take a step back
every once in a while and just appreciate the fact
that he has been going with that hairdoo for like
thirty years now.

Speaker 1 (33:20):
Yeah, yeah, yeah, but.

Speaker 3 (33:21):
He don't have a choice, you know. I think I think,
you know, he used to have a head full of
full of hair that was that looked good with thick
so he's tried everything to keep it there, and he
just don't want to go for all head he's just
hanging out.

Speaker 5 (33:36):
So he hanging on to the same way you hang
on and tell everybody he's a being in there.

Speaker 3 (33:40):
And if you walk around here say dumb stuff like
he's a businessman, I say, real business people pay damn taxes.

Speaker 5 (33:49):
Yeah, so what is some about?

Speaker 3 (33:50):
Then? The people trust me out about Trump? The people
who vote for Trump is not even the one percenter.
He's not doing anything for those people. He's only cutting
taxes and stuff. And what he's doing for supposedly the
people who's.

Speaker 2 (34:05):
Rich, right, Yeah.

Speaker 5 (34:07):
So I don't I don't understand.

Speaker 3 (34:09):
I mean, I don't stay with the Democrats because they
always want to lie to the poor.

Speaker 5 (34:13):
So I am I am the poor, So keep lying
to us and promising us.

Speaker 3 (34:17):
I don't stick on this side.

Speaker 2 (34:21):
At least they take the time to lie to.

Speaker 3 (34:25):
Yeah, they take the time.

Speaker 2 (34:26):
Yeah. A recent Associated Press poll, by the way, I
found that I think six and ten US adults are
extremely or very likely to follow this weirdly early debate
in some form. Will you guys, do you know what
you're going to be doing?

Speaker 1 (34:42):
Will you? Will you watch it.

Speaker 5 (34:44):
I'm gonna be sleepy.

Speaker 3 (34:47):
Watching the sites and fucking ardor you know, this is
how low this country have gotten. Back in the day
when I first voted for Bill Clinton and who was
his name, Bob Door, one of his Yeah, it was
as you could always be a good looking president versus
as prod They just got too old as white men

(35:11):
that look like penises have got work. Watched two so dick.

Speaker 2 (35:16):
Fights, curiosity seems to be. Yeah. The one voter weight
in said it's a circus.

Speaker 1 (35:26):
Yeah, two broken dicks fighting on stage. I'm like, well,
maybe if that.

Speaker 3 (35:29):
It's gonna be so many commercial breaks. And I don't
even think they have commercial breaks. I don't even know.

Speaker 2 (35:35):
They're not so they haven't traditionally ever had commercial breaks
during a debate. This is going to be the first one. Yeah,
you're exactly right.

Speaker 3 (35:43):
They got it's like a boxer. You go over there
and take a five minute you got eight tag commercials
by around. Both of them take a nap, go ahead
to old me, and they got they're gonna he's the
ship on. They say they're gonna fall asleep. I'm telling
they gotta take their medication. Trump got tires hair before

(36:06):
it fall out.

Speaker 2 (36:09):
Yeah, Biden usually does, is okay for like fifteen twenty minutes,
and then like things start to fade a little bit.

Speaker 6 (36:15):
So jaum bills too.

Speaker 3 (36:17):
Yeah, I don't think Trump get right on the speech.
I'm about to say this speech, and then after that
we don't know what the hell he's talking about, both
of them for ten minutes. Yeah, I say, I say,
I'm not. I'm a big ass Democrat.

Speaker 5 (36:29):
I'm not voting for Joe Biden.

Speaker 3 (36:32):
I'm not.

Speaker 5 (36:34):
I'm just voting against Trump.

Speaker 1 (36:35):
Yeah, yeah, right, right, right, that's how you look at
your vote. Yeah, yeah, yeah, that's that's against Trump. There
are many people, I think these days that are that
enthusiastic about about this either.

Speaker 3 (36:47):
So yeah, well what how do you how do you
think as a convicted fellaw But y'all am, then you
go and you let the president of the United States
get this man got more feelings than feelings than me.
I got too of you. You allowed this man to
get thirty four founders, and then you don't take him
out the battle. You allow this man to break all
the rules and what people believe in that this country

(37:08):
was being led by, you know, rules that ancestors put in.

Speaker 5 (37:12):
Place, scheving on fantom burner.

Speaker 3 (37:14):
Then you say, and you let one old ass white
man break all.

Speaker 5 (37:17):
The rule publicly.

Speaker 3 (37:18):
Now, they all broke rules before, but nobody has ever
been out front like Trump. I mean, you let this
man get on the recorded saying I need I need
one hundred and fourteen more votes. If did this ship, ye,
if boa had did this ship, the sound of the bus.

Speaker 2 (37:35):
Really fucking losing their minds? Yeah yeah, So who's.

Speaker 3 (37:41):
About both both a fat piece of crap and an
old and a half dead white man?

Speaker 2 (37:47):
Right, yeah, I know, right, not how many people?

Speaker 3 (37:51):
I think I'm gonna vote because so many people before
me that looked like me died, so I can have
that right.

Speaker 5 (37:58):
So I would be wrong for the people who lies
on taking for me to even have this right. So
I'm taking my phone.

Speaker 2 (38:05):
I am.

Speaker 3 (38:06):
Somebody asked me the other day, who are you vote for?
I said, Miney Jackson.

Speaker 2 (38:16):
All right, let's uh, let's take one more quick break
and we'll be right back. And we're back and all right,
So a lot of people were ready to see Justin

(38:37):
Timberlake have a bad week. He he did have a bad.

Speaker 1 (38:41):
Week last week, terrible, terrible, terrible. I mean, yeah, this
is the guy who did Brittany and Janet Jackson dirty.
A lot of people like he had it coming. There
was that one that one, a couple of tweets that
were just celebrating him coming out of the police station
in cuffs. But the two details that really stuck out
to me most as we learned more about what happened are.

(39:01):
Number One, this cop, Michael Arkinson who pulled Timberlake over,
was born in two thousand and he said, I had
absolutely no idea who this drunk dude was. He's like,
I just thought, this is some drunk dude who had
to pull over because they were driving erratically and two
people in the town of sag Harbor they hate this
specific cop. And is it because he abuses his power

(39:23):
and harasses innocent people like most cops. No, it's because
they hate him because he enforces traffic laws no matter
who the fuck it is, like, he doesn't give people passes,
so he already has nicknames with the locals in sag Harbor.
They call him the sag Harbor Nazi and little redheaded
dipshit because he's read a redhead. And honestly, I thought

(39:45):
maybe he was doing some Nazi shit like to have
that name. But based on the comments from residents in
the town, they just cannot stand that their privilege doesn't
get them a free pass when they get caught doing shit.
So one resident named Spencer, he really hates this guy.
Of course, Spencer, he's from. A writer from Shelter Island
is one driver Quote who claims he's had an unpleasant

(40:07):
encounter with Arkinson. He was recently trying to find a
parking spot before meeting a friend for dinner when he
performed a quick U turn. Arkinson pounced when he spotted
him make the turn quote. I was surprised he pulled
me over. Spencer said. It was off season and no
one was around. It was a dickhead move. I feel
like he pulled me over just for the sake of

(40:27):
doing it. But Arkinson didn't even give him a ticket.
He let this dude go with a warning.

Speaker 2 (40:33):
And then the.

Speaker 1 (40:34):
Second time though Arkinson had an encounter with this cop,
he really, I guess, really fucked with Spencer now. Spencer
said he was driving near the Sag Harbor School when
Arkinson pulled him over for talking on his cell phone. Quote.
I explained to him that I was on speaker and
I was just holding my phone, but he told me
I should have been using a bluetooth. He added, I

(40:56):
thought he would give me a break, and I was
driving less than twenty five miles per hour trying to
get to the YMCA in East Hampton. Instead, the dude
got a one hundred and forty five dollars ticket that
he hasn't paid. Spencer then says, quote, I only had
less than thirty minutes to swim. It really interrupted my
workout and lunch plans. He said, I think justin Timberlake
was a victim of over aggressive Sag Harbor police.

Speaker 2 (41:19):
This guy really knows how to just make himself sound
like a victim, you know, like it's only thirty minutes
to swim. That's no yet, I would say.

Speaker 3 (41:29):
This, he should try and getting his ass wheel exactly exactly.
That's really inconvenience, right, I got so swimming with.

Speaker 1 (41:37):
Not right, I was late for my lunch. Can you
believe this? The over aggressive police? This is an atrocity.
This is the thing. It's funny how it like suddenly
like with these affluent white people, it's a cab, but
only when they're like they don't get to exercise their
privilege to avoid consequences. They're like the police are over aggressive,

(41:58):
Like I was trying to go to the YMCA and
he held me up.

Speaker 3 (42:04):
When people have money, then they don't think. They don't
think they should have those types of problems. If you
patrol in this area, then you know the income breaking
in this area, so that you know in privilege, you
know I'm gonna shot without ever looking at a price.

Speaker 5 (42:19):
You know I'm gonna make a U turn because I
can afford the whole complex. So I fuck with me.
But you got some little read any One who was
born in the two thousands don't know who just astimulated
and put on one of the biggest R and B
single ever.

Speaker 3 (42:34):
And I mean he don't look like it, just as
Timulate that I.

Speaker 5 (42:37):
Grew Were you older than now?

Speaker 3 (42:40):
You know?

Speaker 2 (42:40):
Yeah?

Speaker 3 (42:42):
I mean just because you rich don't mean you.

Speaker 5 (42:44):
Can on white that you can ride around here drunk.

Speaker 3 (42:48):
Now. I was shocked to see just Intimilate get arrested.
I was more shocked to find out what the hell
was in his system. I'm like, just Timulate, you.

Speaker 2 (42:55):
Don't wait, what is that true?

Speaker 6 (42:58):
The I don't know that that's what they say. They said,
I mean, that's what I heard.

Speaker 2 (43:02):
I don't know.

Speaker 6 (43:03):
I'm hoping it's not true because he don't.

Speaker 3 (43:05):
Come off like that. But somebody was like he had
it's the season, something in the system, not just to timulate.
I don't believe that.

Speaker 1 (43:12):
No, no, no, it turns out that there was a
something about like he had Popper's Molly cocaine in his
blood that was from a fake account.

Speaker 3 (43:22):
I was like, yeah, not cry me a real, Not
cry me a real.

Speaker 2 (43:30):
I don't think they're allowed to blood test you for
That's what I.

Speaker 6 (43:34):
Said to us.

Speaker 5 (43:34):
I've been in jail too. The only thing they can
do is some of them came. If you refuse to
do it, then they give you. Then then they give
you a drug test if you agree to it. Only
if you agree to it.

Speaker 1 (43:46):
But thank god, he was yeah, yeah, yeah, I mean again,
it's just like also that this same Spencer guy, I
like that he was using like rich white guy math
where he was like I was doing under twenty Like
I was going under the speed limit. So then that
means I can be on my cell phone that and
against any other.

Speaker 2 (44:03):
Violation because I was under the speed I was in
the backseat of my car with my legs kicked up
on the front seat and just had it in an autopilot.
But you know, other than that, I don't see what
I was doing.

Speaker 3 (44:15):
Wrongs to sound like somebody who say, actually, do you
live in this neighborhood? Not your damn business, right.

Speaker 2 (44:23):
Right, Spencer? Spencer, Yeah, I love that he's uh, he's
just out here being like it. People don't understand the
like the swimming time was only thirty minutes, you know,
I know.

Speaker 3 (44:38):
Special was saying, people don't understand my struggle, right.

Speaker 1 (44:42):
They don't know. I mean, I was only able to
get about eight laps in before I had to go
have oysters with an investment banker friend.

Speaker 5 (44:53):
How can I how can I keep this physique specific
to here?

Speaker 3 (44:56):
On? Come lock your ways? They should have been lucky.

Speaker 2 (45:01):
I can't imagine he was cool to the young cop
who pulled him over when he first when he got
pulled over for the U turn. So I'm sure the
cop was like, I'm gonna get this motherfucker the next
time he's next time he's on his phone in a
school school area, you know, rightly, So it was a
you're you're pulling a dickhead move, dude, all right.

Speaker 1 (45:20):
I know, I'm thinking that's gonna stop him. Man, that's
an all nice.

Speaker 2 (45:23):
Season off season rules faster, I can drive like fast
and furious during off season.

Speaker 1 (45:29):
We don't have them. Yeah, we don't have him in town.
Yeah that's twenty two. Because other people in the town
were also like people should know better, Like the cops
are in the same like five spots looking for people
to pull him over. Anyway, So like there are a
couple of residents were like, if you if you're from here,
you you should know better, like they're.

Speaker 3 (45:45):
And you know what if you're working, if you're working
in the neighborhood, you know you're gonna run until just
too maybe a Kim Kardashi. So if if I'm if
I'm working at neighbor pull over to and.

Speaker 6 (45:55):
Say hey, yeah.

Speaker 2 (46:01):
You real quick?

Speaker 3 (46:02):
Yeah yeah, So he can go back and say I
pull it over kill, I'll pull it over this person,
you know, and look at the license and find.

Speaker 6 (46:09):
Out what right.

Speaker 2 (46:12):
I pulled justin Tully, he was fucked up anyways, I
let him go off the warning.

Speaker 1 (46:17):
But yeah, yeah, yeah, it turns out man, he's only
he's actually five nine according to his license.

Speaker 2 (46:22):
I think he's like That's what I would make every
one of them get out of the car just so
I can see how tall they are, because I'm always interested.

Speaker 1 (46:28):
And see like how yeah, let me hold on back
to back, back.

Speaker 2 (46:30):
Back to back, let me see j T back to
back and I'll let you go with the warning back
to back. Well, Miss Pat, what a pleasure having you
on the daily zeitgeist?

Speaker 1 (46:40):
Yes?

Speaker 2 (46:40):
Where can people find you? Follow you all that good stuff?

Speaker 3 (46:44):
You can find me on social media comedian miss Pet
and it's ms p A t. I'm You can go
to my website at misspec coomedy dot com for all
my tour dates and merchant anything like that. I also
have a podcast called The Pet That Miss Pet that
comes out there Tuesday.

Speaker 2 (47:01):
So funny, so amazing having you on the show. Is
there a work of media that you've been enjoying?

Speaker 5 (47:07):
A work on media?

Speaker 3 (47:09):
Yeah?

Speaker 2 (47:09):
Yeah, tweet anything.

Speaker 11 (47:15):
No, I don't enjoy anything. I don't do so I'm
being honest with y'all. Don't fifty two years old, I
don't be reading this ship. I go straight to TikTok
and watch it. I'm trying to do a pay baby shower.
I'm enjoying baby shower. Video with butterflies right now, so
I don't get.

Speaker 5 (47:30):
Caught up into what's going on in the world.

Speaker 3 (47:32):
I just noticed last month everybody using.

Speaker 5 (47:35):
The word weird, and I'm like, why everybody keep saying weird?
But that's the new word.

Speaker 3 (47:41):
I'm like, what that that is? So weird?

Speaker 5 (47:46):
Said a couple of times, Jack, You're weak.

Speaker 6 (47:49):
I mean, whatever happened to don as fuck?

Speaker 3 (47:53):
Yeah?

Speaker 2 (48:00):
I hat.

Speaker 3 (48:00):
I don't know, because when you when you start paying
attention to media and stuff, you gotta you gotta keep
up with the slang. Half of the stuff they be
talking without it.

Speaker 5 (48:07):
I don't know, So I don't read tweets. I just
go straight to I'm fifty ten.

Speaker 3 (48:12):
I'm worried about mental poles, wet panties, palettes, stuff.

Speaker 5 (48:16):
They don't concern me. I don't care about young people conversation.

Speaker 3 (48:20):
I was just telling somebody, I said, everybody, all the
women run around shaving the half they with Johnny. We
never did that when I was a little girl. I mean,
when I was coming up, only if we had crabs
and gonna real. But now the new thing, everybody.

Speaker 5 (48:33):
Got a ball here snatch.

Speaker 2 (48:36):
Thatch.

Speaker 5 (48:38):
Yeah, you had to have crabs and gunna and shave
here snatch back in.

Speaker 3 (48:41):
The day with me.

Speaker 2 (48:44):
A lot of work, so I don't I.

Speaker 3 (48:46):
Can't keep up with all this something you're talking to somebody.

Speaker 5 (48:49):
Im Mama, ad.

Speaker 2 (48:52):
Amazing Miles. Where can people find you? Is there a
work of media you've been enjoying?

Speaker 1 (48:56):
Yeah, find me on Twitter and Instagram at Miles of Great.
You can find Jack and I on the NBA podcast
Miles and Jack got mad boostes. This week we had
legend Vince Carter on the show. We got to talk
to half Man half Amazing himself, really amazing. And then
you can also hear me talking about ninety day on
four to twenty Day Fiance. A tweet I like is

(49:18):
Double Xcel magazine, the rap hip hop magazine has a
has a little a tweet here that was quote tweet.
At first it said singer Cheryl Crowe calls out Drake
for using ai voice of Tupac Shakur on his tailor
made freestyle distract of Kendrick Lamar. It said, quote she said,
you cannot bring people back from the dead and believe
that they would stand for that. And then the quote
tweet from at Harshy Underscore Larry said you think Cheryl

(49:40):
Crow will let you disrespect PACs.

Speaker 3 (49:46):
Cheryl, I definitely didn't have one, and I don't know
that Crownyl Crows.

Speaker 1 (49:57):
You heard about the Kendrick and Drake beef? Did you
know about that?

Speaker 3 (50:00):
Only because I was forced to know about that, right
and I listened to it and I was like, poor Drake, Drake,
I don't even know how to I don't even know
what they're talking about.

Speaker 5 (50:12):
I know one thing, you want to give him a.

Speaker 3 (50:14):
Grandy the Gallay runs and Grammy was talking about giving.

Speaker 5 (50:18):
Grammy because the beef was so bad. Oh my god,
I was like, what as the hell is going on?

Speaker 3 (50:23):
One thing I want to say, Drake is lead kinder
alone because he's almost full inchuck career.

Speaker 2 (50:28):
Yeah, all those might be tweet I've been enjoying. Jango Gold,
former guest on the show, tweeted this deep fake pornography
is quite stimulating, even if in the back of my
mind I know those aren't the real fraggles.

Speaker 1 (50:42):
Oh my gosh.

Speaker 2 (50:43):
You can find me on Twitter at Jack Underscore Brian.
You can find us on Twitter at Daily Zeitgeist at
d Daily zeit Geist on Instagram. We have a Facebook
fan page and a website daily zeike guys dot com,
where we post our episodes and our footnotes off the
information we talked about in today's episode, as well as
a song we think you might enjoy. Miles, what song

(51:03):
do you think people might enjoy it?

Speaker 1 (51:04):
I think you'll like as we get to the weekend,
I just needed some I was listening to some soothing
kind of jazz piano from this producer from Saint Louis.
He goes by Mad Keys, uh, and I'll place all
kinds of instruments with this track that he put out.
It's called Saturn in Return and it's just like a
really nice kind of new jazz piano song. It's not
super aggressive or anything, just some nice background to get

(51:26):
your vibe oning. So this is Saturn in Return by
Mad Keys.

Speaker 2 (51:30):
All right, we will look off to that in the
footnotes todayly Zeike is a production of my Heart Radio.
For more podcasts from my Heart Radio, visit the iHeart
Radio Wrap, Apple podcast or wherever you listen to your
favorite shows. That's gonna do it for us this morning,
back this afternoon to tell you what is trending, and
we will talk to you all then. Bye. II

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