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June 6, 2024 25 mins

In this edition of Why Can't We Trend Together by Trendy Thomas, Jack and Miles discuss Steve Bannon going to jail, Ikea paying people to 'work' in its virtual Roblox store, Will Smith getting slapped in 'Bad Boys 4', the Academy finally recognizing stunt people, Biden observing D-Day in France and much more!

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Speaker 1 (00:00):
Hello the Internet, and welcome to this episode of why
Can't We trend Together?

Speaker 2 (00:05):
By Trendy. Tell me what?

Speaker 3 (00:07):
Tell me?

Speaker 2 (00:07):
What is there?

Speaker 3 (00:09):
It is?

Speaker 2 (00:10):
I'm Jack, that is Miles.

Speaker 1 (00:12):
We are currently kind of into this video of a
performance of the song that said that Hotline Bling samples
called why Can't We Live Together?

Speaker 2 (00:23):
By Jenny Thomas.

Speaker 3 (00:24):
Nineteen eighty six live performance. We'll just put in the footnotes. Man,
you just just notice why this it's one of the best.
My keyboard isn't plugged in and I'm on drugs live performance.

Speaker 1 (00:34):
So much on drugs, on so much drugs. It's really
infectious or not.

Speaker 4 (00:41):
I don't want to cast his versions. He could just
be a freak.

Speaker 2 (00:44):
No no, no, no, no no.

Speaker 1 (00:46):
He's high as a high in the only you know,
only a way that people in the late seventies were
like that high publicly, you know.

Speaker 3 (00:57):
Yeah, yeah, yeah, if anyone has any details on that,
please let.

Speaker 2 (01:01):
Me where we can get those drugs.

Speaker 1 (01:05):
He's yeah, he's flying, but it's a good It's it's
surprisingly close to Hotline Bling, because when Hotline Blink first
came out, people were like, this is the same as
that dram song.

Speaker 2 (01:16):
This is like the same as right, right right.

Speaker 1 (01:19):
And it's like no, it is like straight up this
Timmy Thomas.

Speaker 3 (01:22):
It's called it's like it's the laziest kind of sampling. Yeah,
like when people are just like, yeah, that part, I'm
just gonna put some drums on it. It's fine not
to say that that's not a great way of sampling.
But it doesn't take it doesn't take much imagination. There
was no mystery, there was no imagination.

Speaker 1 (01:38):
Anyways, highly recommend it and maybe we'll play it for
you in one of Air Force Coming vid Jo episodes.

Speaker 2 (01:46):
Keep an eye out for that.

Speaker 5 (01:48):
Yeahah yeah, slowly, we're in the lab. We're in the lab,
in the lab. Well, Miles uh. Steve Bannon, it's not
always that I'm happy to see his name trending, but
today is one of those.

Speaker 2 (02:01):
He's going to.

Speaker 3 (02:02):
Jail, big man in the Big House, and you know,
this is what happened.

Speaker 4 (02:06):
So it's not because like, well is it for like
the coup and like all this other stuff.

Speaker 3 (02:10):
No, he is basically going to jail because he was
you know, he's convicted of contempt of Congress after he
did not comply with a subpoena from the January sixth.

Speaker 4 (02:20):
Committee and he was like, yeah, asshole, try and force it.

Speaker 3 (02:23):
And he was convicted and he's like someth gonna appeal
and the appeals court it's like, nah, sorry, asshole. So
now he must go to jail to report to jail
for his four month sentence.

Speaker 2 (02:35):
By July first. Yeah, shame that he won't be.

Speaker 1 (02:38):
Not only had he not faced consequence, Like all of
his behavior in line with this specific conviction is just
the behavior of somebody who has been so free of
consequence for their whole life they can't even.

Speaker 2 (02:51):
Like really conceive of the idea of facing consequences, right.

Speaker 1 (02:56):
They're just like Congress is like you're gonna go to jail, man,
like if you gotta come, and like just at every
turn just was like, yeah, okay, get me sure, I'm
sure they had a fourth shirt on and give you
the double barrel fingers.

Speaker 2 (03:12):
Yeah.

Speaker 4 (03:13):
And it's funny, like like part of me is like
I hate celebrating people going to jail because prisons.

Speaker 2 (03:19):
I think we can make an exception with this, Like.

Speaker 3 (03:21):
It's we're just so used to these fucking freaks, like
you're saying.

Speaker 2 (03:24):
Just be like I don't give a fuck about the law. Yeah,
And you're like, why the fuck do we then?

Speaker 3 (03:29):
And then you're like, okay, glad, so there are I
guess a four month sentence, but you know, like he'll
probably come out stronger than ever.

Speaker 1 (03:39):
Yeah, be interesting to see how jail effects him. And
Trump's not going to jail, right, Like, we can all
agree like that September or not. September eleventh, July eleventh,
which I believe is only six point eight weeks from
September eleventh, is going to be disappointing. Right now, I
need to look at what six point eight weeks was

(04:00):
either side of September eleventh, two thousand and one. I
feel like this may be opening up the secret geometry mode.
It's a reference to a paragraph about UH pilot, and
everybody listens every episode.

Speaker 2 (04:17):
Read it again, I didn't say you needed to do that. Well.

Speaker 3 (04:20):
The pre seasonal chocolate pumpkin pie Eminem's is a strategic
move that taps into mars. I can't, dude, it's I'm
going to be saying this in the old Folks Home
when no one comes to visit me anymore. It's the
one thing I'll have on loop coming out of my mouth.

Speaker 2 (04:34):
What did it mean? What did it all mean.

Speaker 4 (04:37):
Oh he's he's urinating into his plants again.

Speaker 1 (04:41):
Hey man, that's we're actually going to be required to
do that. By the time we're in an old folks cycle,
the moistures and then you drink, drink out of the
bottom and the plant will have mostly cleaned it out.

Speaker 2 (04:53):
Oh like water World, Yeah, exactly.

Speaker 4 (04:55):
Doesn't he drink his piss in water World?

Speaker 2 (04:57):
He does?

Speaker 1 (04:57):
He has like a big funnelly machine full of le Yeah, yeah,
piss process.

Speaker 2 (05:01):
Who's it? And what's its glory? Clean? He's got funny
all right. Ikea is uh, there's a new way to
make money, folks.

Speaker 3 (05:13):
And yeah, what I'm still having trouble this is Ikea
has created a Roadblocks video our game inside of Roadblocks.

Speaker 4 (05:22):
I'm there, I understand that.

Speaker 1 (05:24):
And then but it pays people to work sixteen thousand
hour virtual workers who have to be eighteen or older,
and your duties include organizing products and Ikea showrooms and
serving endless amounts of meatballs at the Swedish food market.
So I think it's just like they have actual work

(05:46):
that needs to be done in the Roadblocks, So like
it feels.

Speaker 2 (05:49):
Like a paid moderator account.

Speaker 1 (05:52):
But just in a video game where things need to
be done.

Speaker 4 (05:56):
I I just don't know what what what.

Speaker 3 (05:59):
Do they how how either digital labor being done. This
just feels like funny right where they're like, hey, you
work at Ikea, but like you're not moving shit around
for them in a realistic way that affects their business.

Speaker 2 (06:14):
I don't do it.

Speaker 1 (06:14):
Maybe like maybe you have to. Maybe it helps bring
people to the Ikea Roadblocks game. Is like there's somebody
who's there doing reliable work that you can like interact with.

Speaker 3 (06:29):
Yeah, I mean it's it allows quote player employees to
immerse themselves in the working world of Ikea. Applying for
this job includes answering questions like if you were pixelated
at Ikea Furniture, what would you be. I think it's
just like a fun way too, cause I don't think
everybody can now get a gig working at digital Ikea,
because if that was the case, I know a lot
of people who would probably just do that. Like sixteen

(06:50):
an hour, I can be fully butt naked, smoking weed,
and I eat digital meatballs.

Speaker 2 (06:55):
Fine, fine, sure, sure, but.

Speaker 3 (06:58):
Maybe this is like the testing for our future matrix
battery world where they're like, yeah, man, suit up for
your digital shift.

Speaker 1 (07:06):
We need your human calories to power our machine world. Yeah,
I'll take So there's a already a popular game three
thousand and eight three zero zero eight, which is a
horror survival game set in an infinite Ikea, and Ikea
has a history of taking legal action against indie horror

(07:28):
action games that are set in Ikea like stores but
aren't actually associated with them.

Speaker 3 (07:34):
So yeah, I think, I mean, a more fun video
game is like, I don't know if it takes place
in the only thing I associate with Ikea is Swedish
meatballs and couples fighting and arguing.

Speaker 1 (07:47):
Yeah, I feel like, a is there no movie that
takes place in Nikea like should be?

Speaker 2 (07:53):
There was?

Speaker 3 (07:53):
Remember there were like people who were illegally shooting like
a show inside.

Speaker 4 (07:57):
Of an ike there's like ten years ago, I feel like, but.

Speaker 1 (08:00):
Why was there not like a good big budget like
zombie movie or rom com or.

Speaker 2 (08:07):
Action movie like die Hard in an Ikea. Yes?

Speaker 3 (08:11):
Please, Oh you're just saying like as the venue. Yeah,
there were, oh two thousand and nine, it was called Dude. Yeah,
it was a Channel one oh one show. It was
called Ikea Heights.

Speaker 2 (08:23):
And did it like presupposed did it?

Speaker 1 (08:26):
Did it like create a fictional universe where like different
people lived in different sections of an ikea.

Speaker 4 (08:30):
Yeah, like it was like a soap opera.

Speaker 3 (08:33):
Wow, But I think they were just using the sets
basically the built out things as sets.

Speaker 2 (08:38):
Oh wow in.

Speaker 3 (08:40):
Nikea, dude, man, then like Randall Randall Park was in it,
past guests.

Speaker 1 (08:48):
I could see an ikea set movie in like basically
every genre, like the like an it's like that apocalyptic
movie where the world that we've built for ourselves indoors
is just like one big ikea you like sleep in
like one, you sleep in the one bedroom set up
and then like get out of bed and you're in

(09:10):
the middle of an ikea with like a bunch of
other bedroom setups.

Speaker 2 (09:13):
Then also, yeah, it could be easily a comedy.

Speaker 1 (09:16):
Easily a rom and where you're like trapped in an
ikea trying to I don't know.

Speaker 4 (09:22):
Wait, everyone's trapped in an ikea. I just felt like as.

Speaker 1 (09:24):
A ve in the broad existential sense for the comedy,
for the rom com you know, in the way that
the reason that couples actually fight in ikeas, because.

Speaker 2 (09:34):
Yeah, is this the rest of my life.

Speaker 1 (09:38):
Like turn into like an overwhelming existential experience.

Speaker 3 (09:44):
Yeah, well look, just just fucking make just open up
like a fucking drive through for meat balls.

Speaker 2 (09:51):
Yeah, that would really help out.

Speaker 3 (09:53):
I think that's honestly the only move Ikea has to
play after this, after obviously just giving people fast furniture,
but create a window drive through section just for the meatballs,
because I will eat them.

Speaker 1 (10:05):
They need help. Come on, Ikea, listen to us. Uh,
let's take a quick break and we'll be right back.

Speaker 2 (10:20):
And we're back.

Speaker 1 (10:21):
We're back, and uh, as I said, during the break,
we got the story where Will Smith gets slapped in
Big Boys four.

Speaker 2 (10:30):
Misspoke.

Speaker 1 (10:35):
Yeah boys boys, Wait boy, what you're going to do?

Speaker 2 (10:40):
So weird?

Speaker 3 (10:40):
They're leaking so much weird shit, like incrementally about this
because I feel like no one like I loved the
first one and then just diminishing returns after that. And
then this time I saw a thing where like Lionel
Messi was like in an ad for it that was
just sort of like, what the fuck?

Speaker 1 (10:57):
That's just so many weird sports time for movies around
this time of year. Like I remember, was it two
years ago when Nope came out and there were like
all these like Steph Curry NBA Finals.

Speaker 2 (11:12):
Oh yeah, tie ins with Nope?

Speaker 1 (11:14):
Yeah wait why is why is Steph Curry playing basketball
inside the house from Nope?

Speaker 2 (11:21):
Right?

Speaker 3 (11:22):
You know, right, but no, this one was like MESSI
was like their neighbor. But all he's like saying in Miami, right.

Speaker 2 (11:28):
Yeah, yeah yeah, and You're like okay.

Speaker 3 (11:30):
And then the last thing I saw was just like
a clip of behind the scenes clip of this camera
rig that Will Smith was using to create like these
POV shots, like for when he was like drawing his weapon,
and it would just like be like POV of him
holding the gun, then POV back looking at him and
like he was able to he was operating the camera
with it.

Speaker 4 (11:47):
I was like, oh, that's an interesting filmmaking thing.

Speaker 3 (11:49):
But there's just like so much shit being like bad boys,
bad boys, bad boys that I'm like, okay.

Speaker 2 (11:54):
We get it. Like now what he gets.

Speaker 1 (11:57):
The great piece of viral marketing they came up with
is putting something that is going to be headline generating
inside the movie. In this case, there is a scene
in which Will Smith gets is having a panic attack
and Martin Lawrence has to slap him several times to

(12:19):
shake him out of it, and I do deeply apologize
for if that spoiled one of the set pieces of
Bad Boys for for people. And I then but what
happens probably if I had to guess, he gets snapped
out of it, like does it the thing the only

(12:39):
way having a panic attack and then get like brutally
murdered by the drug cartel.

Speaker 3 (12:43):
That it's just such a weird thing like it for
it to be like this sort of like meta culture joke,
like does does Will Smith during this panic attack say
something about Martin Lawrence's wife?

Speaker 2 (12:56):
So we don't know we have this setup? Im possible
to know that, Miles, it's just such a stupid weight.
I don't like why tease that out.

Speaker 1 (13:06):
It's a pop exorcism, Miles, It's a pop exorcism. That's
what some critics are calling it, command the ones who
were paid to like it. Other people are calling it
a lame meta joke, a tasteless nod to the slap
meant to rehab Smith's image.

Speaker 2 (13:21):
People are really mad about the slap. Still I've noticed.

Speaker 4 (13:24):
Yeah, well you know I didn't. I wasn't expecting that.

Speaker 2 (13:28):
You weren't expecting the slap.

Speaker 3 (13:30):
I just I can't I didn't see things like that
on stage like that, I don't know. Yeah, granted it
was like a weird moment, but what whatever.

Speaker 1 (13:40):
Man, sure a tasteless nod to the slap? How dare
you cheapen that moment when he walked on stage and
slapped so.

Speaker 3 (13:50):
Which is funny too, because like on the internet, like
you know, I felt like a lot of black people
were like, I mean, you know, it's kind and then
there was so much pearl clutching happening from like like
that's just so shameful. So you're like, okay, I see
like the racism part creeping in right, But like it
was just funny because most people were like, yo, he's

(14:12):
been saying shit about Jada for so long that you
could kind of see like a timeline or where it
comes to that. Obviously, no one's saying like, yeah, I
advocate for putting hands on people constantly out of nowhere,
just on a on a dime.

Speaker 2 (14:25):
But it was sort of one of those things. I mean,
dude's talking about his wife. I don't know, Yeah, shit
like that happens. Call it a tasteless reference to the slap?
Is weird? Slap is like.

Speaker 1 (14:37):
Is a tasteless, like tabloid moment, So.

Speaker 2 (14:41):
What what the fuck are you even talking about?

Speaker 4 (14:43):
Yeah, clearly they don't care if they're saying.

Speaker 1 (14:46):
They don't give a shit in the movie is getting
like about the same reviews as previous Bid Boys the
three Bad Boys three, which was the top grossing film
for the year twenty twenty. Because it was the last
movie to come out before the pandemic shut everything down,
it feels weird.

Speaker 3 (15:05):
For a Bad Boys movie to come out in the
early part of the year, Like Bad Boys has always
felt like a summer movie thing.

Speaker 2 (15:13):
It was.

Speaker 1 (15:15):
I think they had very extremely low expectation.

Speaker 2 (15:18):
I think was why they did that.

Speaker 1 (15:20):
They were like and they knew about the pandemic, and
they had some sense with you know, not everybody obviously
Christopher Nolan, they didn't tell about it because he had
tenant about to come out.

Speaker 2 (15:31):
But we'll yeah, well yeah.

Speaker 3 (15:35):
I mean because yeah, I mean because like when I
think about Bad Boys Too, I was so hyped because
I was the summer I graduated high school and like
that Boys Too, Yeah, yeah, yeah, I was like, oh
fuck yeah, bro, Bad Boys to the world is fucking
smiling on me. I can't wait to graduate college in
two thousand and seven, everything will be okay.

Speaker 1 (15:53):
Yeah, that's funny that every Bad Boys movie, like Herald
some plague upon us. Like Bad Boys two is the
global financial collapse, Bad Boys three is uh COVID nineteen. Well,
we'll see what we got coming to us, a second
Trump presidency, another global pandemic.

Speaker 2 (16:15):
I don't know, we don't know.

Speaker 3 (16:17):
There was no the like a person in Mexico dying
a bird flew and everyone was like, yeah, that was
something that.

Speaker 1 (16:25):
I recently asked my wife about. She's not an epidemiologist.
She's a medical doctor, though, and I was like, stop
hearing stuff that, Like, it's not going to be one
hundred years until the next global pandemic, like this last
break that we had between nineteen eleven and COVID nineteen.

(16:45):
It might be a lot sooner because of climate change.
She's like, yeah, yeah, no, of course.

Speaker 3 (16:49):
I was like, what, see, what, where's your bedside manner?
Don't fucking be don't give me the fucking truth.

Speaker 1 (16:57):
And I do leave her reviews about her bedside manner
all the time, and she's leaving me so uh.

Speaker 2 (17:04):
Yeah, that sounds very scary to me.

Speaker 3 (17:07):
The World Health Organization was like the risk of like
human transmission.

Speaker 4 (17:11):
Is pretty low. That's what they're still saying.

Speaker 1 (17:14):
At the moment. Can transmiss anyways? Uh, stay safe out there, folks. Yes,
the reviews look about the same. We'll see if Bad
Boys four is the movie that gets the box office
out of its dule drum.

Speaker 2 (17:31):
Will you go see it?

Speaker 1 (17:32):
No?

Speaker 4 (17:34):
Will you watch it on an airplane?

Speaker 2 (17:36):
Yeah? Yeah, Yeah, that's what I think.

Speaker 4 (17:37):
That's where I think this one that's out at at
least for me.

Speaker 2 (17:39):
But I get it.

Speaker 1 (17:40):
That that scene in Bad Boys too where they're throwing
things off of the car carrier is uh And isn't
there like bodies in this throwing dead bodies like it's
a car chase the yeah, yeah, yeah, car carry and
then thrown dead bodies is one of the wildest things.
Like it's it's not a high point in the history cinema,

(18:00):
but it.

Speaker 2 (18:01):
Is a point.

Speaker 1 (18:02):
Things that make you go, things that you can never
your brain can't forget.

Speaker 2 (18:07):
Yeah, I get it.

Speaker 1 (18:09):
Let's see the Academy might finally listen to us and
add a stunt category to the Oscars. This is something
we've been saying, you know, they need to.

Speaker 3 (18:19):
Said something we specifically have been clamoring for again, You're welcome,
You're welcome the world.

Speaker 1 (18:24):
So they already just added a casting category, which I
think is fun, right, Like casting is when I hear
that movie podcasts like talk about and this is who
they were initially going to cast and then they either
because of like circumstance or just good decision making, like
went with who they went with and it like changes

(18:47):
fucking everything like that. That that's cool. I like the
idea of being able to appreciate casting more. Granted, they're
not going to be like and look at who we
almost went with on this fucking sucked right, Like Will
Smith was gonna be neo in the Matrix. Yeah, Like
they can't do that at the oscars. So like, the

(19:07):
casting one is cool in theory, but I feel like
as an in execution is not going to be that
fun of an addition to the Academy Awards. However, stunts
like where you get to see them, like do the
stunts and show you like what what went into the
stunts and like think about the art and physicists that
goes into this shit.

Speaker 3 (19:28):
If we're giving awards for effects, if we're giving awards
for costumes, we should be giving it for like, this
is such a part of the filmmaking process that to
not to ignore that it really does seem a bit odd.

Speaker 4 (19:43):
Like anytime you're like holy.

Speaker 3 (19:44):
Shit in a movie, it's not because like it like
we have to honor the moments where people holy shit.

Speaker 2 (19:52):
And how those came together, especially like with stunts.

Speaker 1 (19:54):
But I think refers is also like one that we
should be because they don't have like a category for
best like visual like effect.

Speaker 2 (20:03):
Do they like best yeah? Special effect? Visual effects? Yeah,
they do effects. Yeah, yeah, all right? Are you okay? Nah,
not at all? Go Zillus.

Speaker 4 (20:16):
Really I believe when it this year, this last year?

Speaker 2 (20:19):
Okay yeah yeah yeah.

Speaker 1 (20:21):
I haven't watched the Academy Awards since the slap. It
made me so upset.

Speaker 2 (20:26):
I get it, I get it, I get it. Yeah.

Speaker 3 (20:28):
But yeah, like I think, what was you like this?
Like when Mary Poppins like won it this? That's how
long I've had that ship visual effects? Yeah, okay, hmmm,
I don't believe you anyways.

Speaker 4 (20:43):
This is like me with the artificial flavors. Shit, I'm like,
I don't know, man, are you sure about that? It's
right there, it's right there.

Speaker 1 (20:52):
And finally, uh Joe Biden went over to observe D
Day in France and and Russia was.

Speaker 2 (21:01):
Not present because even though they were a.

Speaker 1 (21:04):
Big part, but some may say the big part of
winning World War two, historian.

Speaker 3 (21:11):
A moment experts on the subject say that maybe it
was the contribution of Russia that ultimately won World War Two.
I live in America, and it all happened on D Day.

Speaker 2 (21:21):
Okay.

Speaker 3 (21:22):
When you said Biden went to go observe D Day
in France, I just thought of him as being like
this Nepo person who was able to dodge the drafts,
like Daddy.

Speaker 4 (21:29):
I want to see the men land on the beach,
just like ooh, that looked like it hurt.

Speaker 1 (21:36):
M We all set in dirigibles with our binocular with
our binoculars on some sporting fighting going on over there. No,
and then Biden like dunked on Russia during his speech,
suggesting parallels between the invasion in Ukraine and World War Two,
which I don't know. Teasing world War three may not

(21:56):
have been the best tone for right now.

Speaker 4 (22:00):
A lot more too, you're bluster happening.

Speaker 2 (22:02):
Yeah, yeah.

Speaker 1 (22:04):
Also weird to hear someone rant about illegal aggressions in
the world with absolutely no mention of Gaza. But you
know this is a campaign stop.

Speaker 2 (22:14):
Uh.

Speaker 1 (22:14):
And in addition to his speech, he dropped a new
commercial on D Day featuring interviews with veterans, uh crapping
on Trump for being a draft dodger.

Speaker 3 (22:25):
Oh genius, genius.

Speaker 2 (22:30):
Of all the things.

Speaker 1 (22:31):
Like so Trump has like called soldiers who died in wars,
like you know, just like ship shipped on them, shot
on their families, like.

Speaker 2 (22:43):
Made like I wouldn't have gotten captured. Yeah.

Speaker 1 (22:46):
Yeah, Like you've done so much bad ship with regards
to the military that going with like draft dodger just
feels like we're matt like And granted he you know,
got out of the draft purely due to his wealth
and privilege.

Speaker 2 (23:02):
But it was Vietnam. Yeah, exactly like Vietnam draft dodgers,
right right right.

Speaker 3 (23:11):
It is a weird take, but also just like weirder
in the larger context because veterans are always used as
this like political cudgel where but neither party gives a
fuck about them. They just think it's this thing you have, like,
especially since nine to eleven, like evoking the troops and
shit feels like, oh man, it feels good to do
now do we give a fuck about the condition like

(23:31):
these people are in when we've used them in our
wars of empire and resources. No, So, like it's weird
to be like, do you like you politically? These people
aren't even respected and just used as like a prop
so then to like use it to attack another person,
it's like, but none, none of y'all give a fuck
about it. So who is this supposed to move? And

(23:52):
the veterans that support Trump, they don't give a fuck
that he was disrespecting like gold Star families and all
that kind of shit. So it's just like, okay, man, yeah,
you spent a lot of money talking to some like
older dudes.

Speaker 2 (24:04):
You're talking about the war, right, Yeah?

Speaker 4 (24:06):
Is this like a savvy political move?

Speaker 2 (24:08):
I honestly don't think so. But god, as I said, yeah, look.

Speaker 4 (24:15):
Trying to be the goat of losing elections, I guess,
so sure, let's try it out.

Speaker 2 (24:19):
Let's try it out.

Speaker 3 (24:20):
Let's try it out, and like, no, maybe like do
something about veteran care too as president.

Speaker 2 (24:26):
That would be cool. Hey what about that?

Speaker 3 (24:29):
Like, oh man, you know, Donald Trump, he didn't have
to suffer like you did in a meaningless war. Yah, huh,
what do you think now about him? It's like, I
don't know. I think that war was meaningless. I'm kind
of pissed off that I had to be part of it.

Speaker 1 (24:41):
Okay, no, no, no more on him being like a shithead.
Maybe you could use like old tiny grizzled RaSE.

Speaker 3 (24:47):
Sorry, colonel, do you mind saying this line? I'm not
really comfortable. Just just read it just to see how
it sounds. Okay, Donald Trump is a damn shithead.

Speaker 2 (24:58):
According to me. Perfect. Thank you. We're going to thank
you so much and thank you for your service.

Speaker 1 (25:03):
All right, those are some of the things that are
trending on this Thursday afternoon.

Speaker 2 (25:08):
We are back tomorrow with a whole last episode of
the show.

Speaker 1 (25:11):
Until then, be kind to each other, be kind to yourself,
get your vaccines, get blue shots, don't do nothing about
white supremacy, and we will talk to you all tomorrow.

Speaker 2 (25:22):
Bye bye,

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