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May 18, 2024 40 mins

Experience a mosaic of emotions and insights as we traverse through the celebration of personal triumphs and dive headfirst into the contentious waters of gun control, mental health, and the fabric of American society. Our guest, Roger Doltry, graces the HBO screen with a laser-focus on the stark differences between US and UK gun cultures. We navigate the nuances of this debate and dissect the overused narrative of mental health crises, juxtaposing it with Denver's innovative approach to emergency response.

Strap in for a heart-tugging ride through the realm of country music where black artists like Charlie Pride, Mickey Guyton, and Jimmy Allen are breaking barriers and reshaping the genre. We'll dissect the double standards faced by these artists and the impact of smartphone addiction on modern social interactions, sharing stories that are all too familiar in our digitized world. It's a candid conversation about the changing tides in music and the cost of living in a world where screens often overshadow human connection.

As the episode crescends, we grapple with the complexities of the Electoral College and the daunting path to U.S. citizenship, grounded in personal accounts of navigating the immigration process. We'll share a laugh over our family's attempt at musical glory (or lack thereof) and pull back the curtain on the endearing chaos of podcasting, where our technical blunders add a dash of authenticity to the mix. Finally, brace yourself for a provocative dialogue on a controversial new book that challenges our ethics on animal treatment, inviting you to reconsider the fine line between care and cruelty. Join us on this eclectic auditory adventure where laughter, debate, and reflection collide.

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Speaker 1 (00:00):
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Speaker 2 (00:43):
Hey, this is Chris.

Speaker 3 (00:45):
Hey, it's Costello.
Here we go, here we go.

Speaker 2 (00:51):
I was watching a show the other night.
I was watching real time on HBOand the first guest on there
you ready, Roger Dolphin.

Speaker 3 (01:00):
Oh, wow.

Speaker 2 (01:02):
That's cool.
He's doing like a solo tourthis summer.
He's 80 years old now.
Looks good.
I guess he still sings.
Okay, His voice sounds a littleweak, he's 80 years old, but
he's the English guy that he is.
He did a couple of things.
I thought you would appreciate,okay, All the troubles going on
and all the problems you knowBritain is having as a country.

And he goes well you know, we'vegot some stuff going on, but
when we look back and we look atthe States and look at you guys
, what you have going on, wedon't feel so bad.
One for the Brits against theUS.
And then he hit us again.
He goes you know you guys inthe States have something that
we don't have.
You know what that would be.
You know what that would be.
You know what that would be.
You know what that would be.

You know what that would be.
You know what that would be.

Speaker 3 (01:49):
You know what that would be.
You know what that would be.
You know what that would be.
You know what that would be.
You know, what that would be.
Well, we have class in America.
No, no, okay, we've got a king.
Nope Guns.
Oh, that's not necessarily true, but not like we do.

Speaker 2 (02:18):
Guns right, okay, apparently we're the only
gun-assessed country in theworld.
I guess I don't know it'salways been that way since day
I guess why everybody feelsit's okay to have them.
But that's a good point.
I mean, you know, in Britainguns is not a thing.
You just can't own a gun, isthat right?

Speaker 3 (02:37):
Well, you can get a shotgun and stuff with special

Speaker 2 (02:41):
Yeah, it costs a lot of time, Otherwise it's all
It just doesn't happen.

Speaker 3 (02:46):
People just don't shoot each other.
They stab each other.

Speaker 2 (02:50):
Yeah, so well, you know.

Speaker 3 (02:52):

Speaker 2 (02:54):
Running away from a stabbing or running away from a
bullet, but you know I can'tever recall a mass shooting in
I know they have some idiotsrunning across the London Bridge
with a knife once in a while,right?

Speaker 3 (03:06):
That's true.
Yeah, I can't think of a massshooting.
It's very rare, very rare.
I mean think back to just acouple of weeks ago when we were
in Vegas and my daughter'shouse and her boyfriend Remember
He opened the cupboard and itwas like just jammed.
Well, he's a policeman.

Speaker 2 (03:28):
Yeah, in his house he had guns beer more guns and a
And a truck, Guns, trucks andbeer I got a daughter.
He staggered to the Americanstwo times in the interview.
Look at you guys, we don't feelso bad All the crap you guys
got going on.
You guys got guns, we don't.

Speaker 3 (03:51):
Wasn't it in Cincinnati where they had that
I think a couple of people diedthere.
They had the riot at a whoconcert.

Speaker 2 (04:00):
Nobody would remember that.
No, I don't.

Speaker 3 (04:04):
Well, it did happen, and it was a long, long, long
time ago.

Speaker 2 (04:07):
Was that Last century, twocenturies?

Speaker 3 (04:12):
ago Last century okay .
Yeah, last century.

Speaker 2 (04:15):
It just makes you think of stuff.
I kind of made a list here okay.

Speaker 3 (04:20):
All right, good, I like yours.

Speaker 2 (04:23):
I need a sound effect for this.
Okay, at the appropriate time.
Ready, sick of this shit.
Okay, we're going to take itone thing at a time.
I'm sick of this shit, not shit, it's shit okay.

Speaker 3 (04:40):
Shit shit.
And the question is who saidthat?

Speaker 2 (04:45):
I said that I'm just sick of this.
She it.
I mean, these are things thatI'm sick of, or things I'm sick
of hearing about Number one onmy list some shit I'm sick of.
If I hear this one more time,I'm going to scream Look, he's
having a mental health issue.
What I mean, you know, that'sthe freaking mental health issue

What I mean, you know.
That's the freaking issue aboutit.
Say what I mean.
Come on, we grew up and we evenraised our kids and stuff.
I never heard that stupidphrase.
Look at yourself, go through ina week.

Speaker 3 (05:23):
You're happy sometimes.

Speaker 2 (05:28):
Sometimes you're sad.
Sometimes you see something.
Here's something that makes youlaugh, maybe make you cry,
makes you think.
Sometimes you have a reallystressful day or a stressful
It's just, it's just part oflife, but now it's like anything
pops up like that.
It's like they're having amental health issue.
You know you're here, Pretty.

Speaker 3 (05:50):
It is good that people are taking a little bit
of attention to it.
But you're right, everything isoh has to have a name.
He's, he's having this becausenow he's he's bipolar, sexually
inactive or something, but youknow it's just.

Speaker 2 (06:07):
it's just, it's just blowing it up, okay.
So it's okay If you talk tosomeone.
If you have an issue and youthink you need to talk to
someone, I'm always for that.
But this is really stupid.
Denver is added to the nine oneone.
If you are having a mentalhealth issue, he can call nine
one one and they send over apsychologist and another person
to help you with your issue.

You sit there and they chat andthey hold your hand and you
talk until they feel you're okayand then they leave.
Are you kidding me, are you?

Speaker 1 (06:37):

Speaker 2 (06:38):
I mean, it's just like sometimes there's a
Now A guy goes in and shootsfour people at work.
They're going well, he's had arough time at work.
He had a mental health issue,no shit, he shot four people.
What a stupid phrase.
We all go through emotions andstress and happiness.
It is stupid.

It's all part of life.
It's never been called before.
Did they ever say you're havinga mental health issue when
you're happy and you're laughing?
Oh, look at him, he's mental.
He's laughing.
He's crazy.

Speaker 3 (07:12):
It's only like this.

Speaker 2 (07:14):
A little stressed or a little sad or just like you're
having a bad day.
Now it's called a mental healthissue.

Speaker 3 (07:22):
What's next on your list?
There, I think we got themessage.

Speaker 2 (07:26):
No, I'm still in my soapbox.
It's your turn.

Speaker 3 (07:27):
Hop in the soapbox, go ahead.
Is it things that I'm sick?

Speaker 2 (07:30):
of no.
No, you're okay with the mentalhealth thing.
You're fine with that.
That's it, have you agreed?

Speaker 3 (07:38):
I think it's a very necessary thing, but I do think
that they kind of overdo it.
Like you say, and I agree withthat, why give it a title?
Hey, I'm pissed off today.
All right, deal with it.

Speaker 2 (07:50):
Exactly, it's a mental health issue.
Everybody's pissed off at me.
What's the difference?
Okay, okay, yeah, okay.
Some sick of the shit Rednecksgoing nuts over Beyonce's
country opera.
Well, they're just stupid.

Speaker 3 (08:09):
I'm sorry you guys haven't listened to it obviously

Speaker 2 (08:14):
It's a race thing.
As usual, she's not the firstblack person to do country.
She won't be the last person todo country.
There are a decent amount ofblack country artists now.
They just think, well, lookwhere she came from, she's this,
she's do country.
There are a decent amount ofblack country artists now.
They just think, well, lookwhere she came from, she's this,
she's not country, she can't docountry.

Speaker 3 (08:29):
It's like who's the guy?
He died recently?
I think Charlie, charlie Bride.
Yeah, yeah, you got Mickey.

Speaker 2 (08:42):
Now you have Jimmy Allen.

Speaker 3 (08:44):
You know Beyonce's doing her Plenty now, yeah, now.

Speaker 2 (08:51):
Cal fit over Beyonce Doing a country album.

Speaker 3 (08:55):
If they stopped and listened to the lyrics, they
would say this is a fabulousalbum.
The production is great.
We talked about this before.
It's a hell of an album.

Speaker 2 (09:08):
Did you hear the song that you did with Miley?
Did you check that one out?

Speaker 3 (09:13):
I'm sure I did.

Speaker 4 (09:15):
Sixteen carriages driving away While I watch them
ride with my dreams away to thesummer sunset on a holy night,
on a long black road.
All the tears I fight.
16 carriages driving away whileI watch them ride with my

dreams away to the summer sunsetOn a holy night on a long black
road, all the tears I've cried.
At 15, the innocence was goneastray.
Had to leave my home at anearly age.
I saw mama praying, I saw daddygrind.

All my tender problems had toleave behind.
It's been umpteen summers andI'm not in my bed On the back of
the bus in a bunk with the bandGoing so hard gotta choose
Underpaid and overwhelmed, Imight cut clean but still won't
fall, still working on my life.
You know.
Only God knows, only God knows,only God knows.
Sixteen carriages Driving awayWhile I watch them ride with my

fears away to the summer sunseton a holy night on a long long.

Speaker 3 (10:28):
I don't remember which one it was.
I can't.
I've listened to the wholealbum a few times.

Speaker 2 (10:35):
Did we in the pop world get upset when Taylor
Swift went from country to popmusic?
Of course not.
She may go back to country.
Who knows, you can do whateveryou want.
So what?
That'd be great if she did that.
Ali Parton did a rock albumlast year called Rockstar.

Speaker 4 (10:49):
We thought it was great.

Speaker 2 (10:51):
But the rednecks said what did you do to Beyonce
doing a country album?
She can't be doing that shit.

Speaker 4 (10:56):
Oh no, no, no no.

Speaker 3 (10:59):
Oh, it's silliness.
They just well people withnarrow minds, man, you know.

Speaker 2 (11:04):
When the CD first came out, there were actually
some country stations whorefused to play it.
Yeah, I remember Backlash andstuff.
They had to start playing itbut they didn't want to.
It's crazy, yeah.

Speaker 3 (11:20):
but it's good, I think everybody should get on
YouTube, okay, and you shouldlisten to the track.
It's called Ya, ya, I think Ya,ya, ya.

Speaker 2 (11:31):
One of those.
There's some cow shit Ya.

Speaker 3 (11:35):
Ya Well, here's the thing, but follow the lyrics and
you'll go.
That's one hell of a song, letalone a country song, I mean.
It really puts things right inplace as to what's going on
these days.

Speaker 2 (11:49):
Get over it.
Okay, a lot more singing.
You know, I'm sick of this shit.
I'm so sick of this shit.
People walking around withtheir face stuck in their phone
like this I can't take it.
I go out a lot.
They're on their phone andthey're talking to someone or
looking down, they're notlooking up.
I have to do this.

I have to go look up, hey, lookup, hey, look up.
I have to yell because if theydon't, they're going to walk and
cram right into me.
It's like they're the onlypeople on the freaking street,
you know, and they just, theyjust are so into it.
They don't look up at people,they don't acknowledge people.
Hey, how you doing?
They can't even give it a fewminutes just to be outside and
enjoy the surroundings and andsee some other folks in a social

setting, nope, facing the phone, and they will walk right into
my ass if I don't yell at themand just start yelling you them,
hey, look up.

Speaker 3 (12:38):
Hey, hey, look up they look up and think oh sorry.

Speaker 2 (12:44):
Most times they don't even say sorry, they just look
So they change direction andjust keep on going.

Speaker 3 (12:48):
Back when I was in Vegas.
I remember going through aparking lot and this girl was
just so into her music she'sdoing I'm right behind her and
she's got to have heard.
You think you've got to hearthe car.
So I blew the horn and scaredthe crap out of her, and she
deserved it anyway.
They said, well, get out thebloody way.
Cars go through here, not justpeople.
And she was visibly annoyedthat I brought it to attention

that the world does not revolvearound her.

Speaker 2 (13:13):
I'm awfully sorry, it's the same thing when they
walk in with the phone they're.
It's the same thing when theywalk in with the phone, they
just go into it.

Speaker 3 (13:18):
Yeah, well, that's what she was doing.

Speaker 2 (13:20):
If I don't move out of the way of them, they get
Oh, they had to stop and lookat the phone for two seconds to
change direction and go this way.
It's just a shame that you justcan't walk straight and go.
Hey, how are you doing, how areyou?
Beautiful day, Nice day.
You know, it's like facestraight down, face straight
I get run into all the time ifI don't say so.
Sometimes I stick my arm out,stick my hand out and they'll

just run into my hand.
I'm just going talk to the hand, idiot, and they get pissed at
I have to stop what I'm doing.
I have to stop moving to waitfor them to get the hell out of
the way.
I have no place to go.
You know what?

Speaker 3 (13:53):
My daughter had a friend come around to the house
some years ago now and, um,there was like four of them in
the kitchen and they're allsitting there chit-chatting,
except for this one who's got aface in the phone right, and the
others all knew me.
This, this was a new characterwho I didn't know.
So I walk in, I walk around,get a, you know, get a cup to
make some coffee or something,and um, oh, why lie, it was a

But anyway, no, but seriously,folks, uh, I just I just thought
this kid has not recognized meat all, so I just got my hand
and just waved it in front ofher phone and said excuse me,
but it's really rude to stand inpeople's places and not say
And yes, I was told I was outof order and she said you're out

of order.
Apparently, you walk into myhouse and you stick your face in
your phone and you can't bebothered to introduce yourself.
That might be old school orsomething, but I thought it was
rude no, it is rude.

Speaker 2 (14:51):
So hopefully that will change.
They should have a place whereyou have to turn your phone off
So we're just you know what.
I'm sick of this shit.
I'm sick of this shit.

Speaker 1 (14:59):
I'm sick of this shit , shit, shit, shit, shit, shit

Speaker 3 (15:03):
I feel a jingle coming on.

Speaker 2 (15:05):
Yeah, you get that right.
I'm sick of people who speakwith an English accent.
Oh, I'm sorry.
Oh damn, I didn't mean that I'mreally.
I do say this is wrong, youbloody American.
Now I'm really.

Speaker 3 (15:18):
Now, now, now I do say this is wrong, this shit you
American you, bloody fuckinghell you.

Speaker 2 (15:25):
Roger Galtry, I'm sick of.

Speaker 3 (15:28):
Oh God, my wife's a bitch.

Speaker 2 (15:30):
Of college.
College protest Sick of collegeprotest.

Speaker 1 (15:36):
I'm sick of the shit, shit, shit, shit, shit shit.

Speaker 3 (15:38):
They didn't write in the 60, except they used live

Speaker 2 (15:41):
Well, you know, in the 60s there was this one theme
and it had to do with ourcountry.
They were protesting the war inVietnam.
You go up to any person atthese college demonstrations.
They were set up by outsidepeople.
They used to use collegestudents to pull it off and you
ask them what are you protesting?
About 90% of them have no ideawhat they're doing.

It's just a thing.
You know, we were camping out,we're hanging out, we're in
college, it's just a thing.
And you know, be arrested.
Oh cool, it's just a thing.

Speaker 3 (16:13):
They really aren't into what's going on.

Speaker 2 (16:15):
It's Even Jews are out there protesting.
Are you kidding me?
Jews, jews camping out.
Are you serious yeah?

Speaker 3 (16:25):
They're doing it, but listen, the reality is, yes,
they were attacked and that wasawful and drivel and everything.
And Israel, not Jews.
Israel had a right to fightback.
Okay, overdone it completely.
No country left now.

How many kids have you neededto kill to make your point?

Speaker 2 (16:51):
said all this was to stop tomorrow.
It's going to take 16 to 20years to rebuild what they've
destroyed in the next four orfive months, there's going to
take 16 to 20 years to rebuildwhat they've destroyed in the
last four or five months.

Speaker 3 (17:02):
There's nothing left.
Here's something about that.

Speaker 2 (17:09):
You've got to understand.
The college are protesting.
They don't really give a crapabout that.
It's a thing to protest.
And you know who's most upsetabout the college protesting
right now?
It's the frigging parents.
They're going.
Wait a minute.
Your graduations are beingcanceled and postponed because
they're taking over buildingsand they can't do the ceremonies
Classes have been stopped,finals have been stopped.

Parents are going.
You know what?
I paid a lot of money to sendyour ass to school and it's all
being destroyed.
I don't get to come watch yougraduate.
You know you're not finishingyour finals, you know it's just
you're kicked out.
They're getting pissed off atthe protesters as well.
Everyone's sick of theprotesters.

Speaker 1 (17:47):
I'm sick of the protesters.

Speaker 3 (17:48):
I'm sick of the shit.
Well, if they knew what theywere protesting about and it was
a real thing, yeah, I mean, butjust to do it because it's cool
, man, that's it.
Maybe those people will get aneducation in there somewhere.

Speaker 2 (18:05):
But you know, when I was in college I was that age, I
was stupid young.
You know what the hell are youdoing, I mean?
So I give a little leeway forage, you know, and just like hey
it's a cool thing to do andstuff, but it's taking a little
bit too far.
You're taking over buildings,you're pitching tents outside
and stuff.

Speaker 3 (18:23):
It's a little bit much, okay, yeah but I mean I
bet you, all of them go home Sayit you sick of this shit, I'm
sick of this shit.

Speaker 2 (18:34):
See, you had to do it with the English accent.
I'm sick of this shit.
See, he has it with the Englishaccent.

Speaker 3 (18:38):
I'm sick of this shit .
That's not English, that'sSouthern.

Speaker 2 (18:42):
That's English Southern okay.

Speaker 3 (18:46):
Southern English.
I am sick of this shit.

Speaker 2 (18:49):
I'm sick of this shit .
Let's continue.
I'm sick of this shit.
High cost of food.
Holy crap, I go there.
I look at my buggy.
The guy goes it's about $100.
I'm looking at what I got today, like five things in there, I'm
just going what?

Speaker 3 (19:08):
Hey, last weekend did my shopping, got mine for about
$70 because it's only me,although I've already run out
Went to get the cats and dogsfood $105.

Speaker 2 (19:21):
That's the biggest part of my bill is my dogs.
My dog foods are higher thanthe food I buy because I quit
buying beef and stuff like thatbecause it's too expensive.
I'm doing the Mediterraneanlifestyle because I'm not
I'm just doing their lifestyleand buying their foods, which is
a lot of vegetables, fruits andgrains and stuff like that.

That stuff's not expensive.
It's a lot cheaper than buyingthe other stuff.
You know what I mean?
It's a big round beef, steak,chicken, all that.
Just heck, screw it, just don'tdo it.
I buy some salmon.
There's all kinds of differentsalmon you can buy.
My food bills drop until I gotto buy stuff for the dogs.
It's like whoa.
So I'm buying bargains for mypuppies, but I see people just

spending a lot of money at thegrocery store.
It's the same stuff we werebuying three or four years ago,
five years ago.
They've shrunk the amount thatwe're getting in each thing and
raised the price on it.
So people say it's becausethey're trying to make up all
the money they lost during COVID.
Maybe that's it.
I can see that makes sense.

Speaker 3 (20:23):
They weren't producing anything.
That's purely just a figure ona spreadsheet.
Because people weren't buying,because people weren't going out
They in the end said why are weproducing this?
They weren't losing anything,really.

Speaker 2 (20:38):
There was stuff that wasn't coming in.
The docks were closed, thetrucks weren't delivering stuff
and they had a lot of stuff thatthey were stockpiling couldn't
So they say it's a COVID redo,let's make back the money we
lost during those couple ofyears and then we'll level
things out.

Speaker 1 (20:55):
I don't know, I'm just thinking what we should do.

Speaker 2 (20:57):
let's just you know, I really thought things out, I'm
just thinking what we should do.

Speaker 3 (21:01):
You know, I really thought, like our little show
here, it's so positive.

Speaker 2 (21:11):
It is positive.
We get our finger on everyone'sthinking about.
These are things you see, andeveryone sees it.
I don't look at the collegeprotests and I'm going whoa,
whoop you.
That makes you feel good.
Am I overall happy?
You can tell I'm generally apretty upbeat, happy person and

I am.
These are just things thatpeople, just some little minor
shits people are sick of.
You don't like my game.

Speaker 4 (21:46):
Sick of this shit.

Speaker 3 (21:47):
You're sick of my shit.
You're sick of my shit.

Speaker 2 (21:51):
We're probably sick of that shit.

Speaker 3 (21:53):
Okay, it's okay, but I mean, you know, in the end
it's like whining.
I don't like you.
I'll fucking get over it, man,that's what's happening.
It happened in the 70s, it'shappening again now.
We're all still alive.
So you know what it's calledgreed and inflation.
And if you can't deal with it,well hey, it's always hard Some

kind person will kick yourcadaver into the garbage, if
you're lucky.

Speaker 2 (22:24):
There's a really happy thought.
Well yeah, I thought so.
Okay, one more thing.
I'm thinking this shit.
Not everyone will agree withthis.
You may, you may not.
I put it this way, it's likehearing about this shit.

Speaker 3 (22:41):
there's one word Trump oh well, now yes, trumpity
, trump, trump, trump it's notwhining.

Speaker 2 (22:50):
I just would like to go one day in my life without
seeing or reading or hearingabout it.

Speaker 3 (22:56):
I'm going to make sure that doesn't happen.

Speaker 2 (23:00):
If I turned on the TV , well, if I said, let me catch
the news, oh there he isActually.

Speaker 3 (23:05):
I've noticed that.

Speaker 2 (23:06):
Look there it is.

Speaker 3 (23:07):
I mean just, you know one day, unless you're watching
Fox now.
It's kind of like second orthird segment, which is good.
That means that he's droppedway down there.
It's like, oh yeah, and Trump'sdoing his shit.

Speaker 2 (23:18):
I way down there it's like oh yeah, trump's doing his
shit, I think, because he's intrial.
That's not really.
I guess that's really the onlyreason they're covering it that
much he's going to lose.
The protest is getting morepress than his trial is, so hey.

Speaker 3 (23:32):
One and two.
Right now we don't care anymore.
We never really did, but morepeople are starting not to care

Speaker 2 (23:42):
We'll keep protesting and we'll keep this story on
the bottom, but you know there'sno cameras allowed in there, so
they can't really broadcastfrom there.
So it's just like they reportat the end of the day.
Here's what happened.
Here's who testified, that typeof thing.

Speaker 3 (23:57):
It's interesting and I'm sure every little cub
reporter is going.
Let me in, let me in it'shistory and I'm sure every
little cub reporter is going,let me in, let me in it's
history, yeah well.

Speaker 2 (24:05):
This is what's going on.
The trial that's going on isthe least important one of all
the ones upcoming.
The other ones are the biggies.
This is the baby and thebiggies.
They're not going to happenbefore November.
We all know he's running forpresident, so he can pardon
Make all these things go awayby the Supreme Court delaying
their decision on things.
It's going to push back enoughtime and when they try to

reschedule these trial dates,it'll be after November.
Now, of course, if he doesn'twin please don't win, you know,
then the trial will go on in theschedule and we can just watch
him being hauled off with hishands behind his back.

Speaker 3 (24:38):
We can just watch him being hauled off with his hands
behind his back.
That'll be fun.
I think they should make that anational day of happy protest.

Speaker 2 (24:45):
Yeah, I know people don't like the choices that we
have, but when it comes toNovember they'll have to make
that choice.
If you really don't like eitherone and want somebody different
, then go Robert Kennedy Jr.
Then I mean, he's got some,he's got some.

Speaker 1 (25:10):
He's not a good idea.

Speaker 2 (25:11):
Well, that's what I mean.
People look at the choices thatyou have and when it comes in,
when the push comes to shove.
I guess I'm pretty sure youdidn't get a choice you didn't
get a choice.

Speaker 3 (25:20):
He didn't get a choice.

Speaker 2 (25:22):
I don't want four years of grief and him
retaliating stuff and you knowall that stress coming back.
I mean he wants.
The first thing he wants to dois the largest deportation in
As you know, we are a countrymade up of immigrants okay, we
weren't here first Indians were.
We ramshacked them and kickedthem out.

So we're made up of Englishmen,italians, spaniards, eastern
Europeans, Africans, everybodyand he wants to deport 11
million deportees and send themall back.

Speaker 3 (26:00):
What would happen if that 11 million all got together
and said uh-uh, just a thought,you know?

Speaker 2 (26:10):
Those 11 million can vote.
That's a big number.

Speaker 3 (26:13):
I bet a lot of them can.
Oh, the big thing here, getthis.
This is wonderful, typicalSouth Carolina.
All right, so you know, whenyou go to get your driver's
license, you nearly always get avoter registration form with it
Yes, you do, yes, you do, okay.
Well, now the Republicans hereare really concerned that maybe
some undocumented aliens orother people like myself on the

green card are getting hold ofthis really important piece of
I get one in the mail.
Every time I mess with mylicense, I have to go through
the same.
No, I'm sorry, I don't needthis.
Oh, are you a felon?
No, go fuck yourself Bye, I canregister.
Then I go to jail.
So I mean, can you believe that?
He's like, oh, we've got tomake a law here.

No, we don't Just.
It's like, oh, we've got tomake a law here.
No, we don't Just realize whatthe reality is.

Speaker 2 (27:02):
You vote, do you not?

Speaker 3 (27:04):
No, I can't, you can't vote.

Speaker 2 (27:07):
You're still not an American citizen.

Speaker 3 (27:09):
No, I'm not an American citizen and I won't be
until the year.
How long?

Speaker 2 (27:12):
have you been in this country for 42 years?
You freaking freeloader.

Speaker 3 (27:19):
I pay my taxes, pay your taxes.
I tell you what my whole thing,my whole thing about this, was
the Electoral College.
When I found out about it,which was many, many years ago,
most people go what?
It's quite hip now, as I toldthe immigration guy at Las Vegas
McCarran, as it was then saidsame thing Well, hell, you've

been here long enough.
Why aren't you a citizen?
You get rid of this.
What do I get out of it?
One thing a vote.
Is that vote worth anything?
Not really.
With the Electoral College, itnever is.
It's not one man, one vote, andthat's how it should be.
And once you do that, thenmaybe I'll become a citizen.

Speaker 2 (27:58):
It sounds like you're sick of this shit, see there.
Yeah, give me a hard time going.

Speaker 3 (28:08):
oh I'm sick of this shit, Liz.

Speaker 2 (28:09):
It's not a wine.
These are things that are onour minds at the current moment.
We're sick of this shit andthese things.
We can make better by talkingabout it.
Because we're sick of this shit.

Speaker 3 (28:21):
So get rid of the Electoral College, which nearly

Speaker 2 (28:27):
It just makes sense.
You vote, so your vote counts.
The guy with the most voteswins.

Speaker 3 (28:31):
Simple as that Period .
End of story.
There's all this other bullshitand caucuses and garbage it's
garbage, it's over.

Speaker 2 (28:43):
The guy who gets the most votes always wins the guy
who's got the most money.

Speaker 3 (28:48):
That's what it's all about.

Speaker 2 (28:50):
Hillary Clinton won by over 3 million votes but she
lost really close.
She lost on the ElectoralCollege thing.
Al Gore should have beenpresident but just barely
squeaked the lawsuit to George WBush because of the Electoral
College, electoral college thing.
Al Gore should have beenpresident.
But you know what this barelysqueaked a lawsuit to George W
Bush because of the electoralcollege.

Speaker 3 (29:06):
So those people changed the whole thing, that's
the hanging chads, wasn't it?

Speaker 2 (29:10):
with him, that's right.

Speaker 3 (29:13):
But I mean that's the whole point.
I mean where's the point ingoing through all that so you
can vote and your vote doesn'tgo anywhere?
It just feels I think my pointwas proved very well in the last
Frankly, I don't really think,you know.
I mean I find it hard tobelieve.

Speaker 2 (29:32):
Biden won by a million votes and also won the
Electoral College, and he wonthem both.

Speaker 3 (29:36):
So all the people in Chicago can vote and it'll
affect my vote.
It's the other way around andthat's wrong.

Speaker 2 (29:48):
Well, I just it feels good to vote, I just enjoy it.

Speaker 3 (29:53):
Yeah, I would too, but why Don't forget, it costs a
lot of money to become acitizen, A lot.

Speaker 2 (30:00):
I was born here.
How does it cost a lot of money.

Speaker 3 (30:06):
Oh well, you've got to get the forms, you have to
have the interviews, you have togo and have a medical, what do
you call it?
And then the fee to go withthat particular form is I think
it's well, the last time Ichecked it was about $750.

Speaker 2 (30:21):
I think you're scared .
You're going to fail the test.

Speaker 3 (30:25):
They won't give me a test.
They told me no, they won't.
He said someone who's been hereas long as you.
We just kind of move you along.

Speaker 2 (30:35):
Oh, so you don't have to take the test.
Answer questions about theConstitution, things like that,

Speaker 3 (30:42):
After I got my green card I said that's it.
I'm not applying or giving thegovernment any more money for
things that I really don't needand I really, you know I don't
need it.
I'm sorry so I don't like itthere, american boy.

Speaker 2 (30:56):
Sounds to me like you're sick of this shit.
Yeah, shit.
I told you it's a good funcategory today and I can't wait
to hear the jingle.
I'm sick of this shit.

Speaker 3 (31:07):
Do, do, do sick of this shit.
I don't even know how to do itfor you, but I'll find somebody,
Maybe the dog or the cat.

Speaker 2 (31:15):
That could be a new country song.
That would be I'm sick of thisshit, I'm sick of this shit, I'm
sick of this shit.

Speaker 3 (31:24):
There you go hey man, do it, you can do it, I know
you can.
Oh yeah, I'm not particularly.
I didn't get the music gene.
Everybody else in my family didbut me.

Speaker 2 (31:40):
I didn't get it as far as singing or playing an
instrument, or both, both, both.

Speaker 3 (31:47):
I tried.

Speaker 2 (31:48):
I was a drummer.
I played drums for a long time.
That was great Yep.
That led me into musicaltogether.
I just got into music, playedmusic.
You know, always tinkered withmusic, so it led to radio and I
do a podcast I found it.

Speaker 3 (32:07):
I was like who's led to this?
Fuck, are you depressed?
I don't know.
Are you depressed?

Speaker 2 (32:11):
I don't know what are you depressed for?

Speaker 3 (32:14):
Oh, poor little podcast.

Speaker 2 (32:16):
You have a mental health issue, holy shit.

Speaker 3 (32:19):
Hey, listen, ladies and germs out there, you know.
If you've been wondering wherewe've been, we've just been
having technical difficulties.
That's all I can say.

Speaker 4 (32:30):
Yes, we have been having technical difficulties.

Speaker 3 (32:31):
That's all I can say.
Yes, we have Not all my fault.

Speaker 4 (32:33):
Nobody said it.

Speaker 3 (32:36):
But we really have had, and if this one sounds a
little funky, I'm out ofsuggestions at this point.
But anyway, either that or buya house down the road from
Bailey, and I just don't think Ican do that right now.

Speaker 2 (32:51):
I forgot to ask you on last week's show.
Did you post that show?

Speaker 3 (32:56):
Probably, oh I don't know.
Oh God, I hope you did, it wasfun.

Speaker 2 (33:02):
It was fun man.
I can't remember.
What do we do?
That's part of the intrigue andthe interest in the Kristin
Costello thing is that thetechnical quality is pure crap
and then you want to hear what'sgoing to happen.
What's going to be wrong withit this week.
Is it going to echo?
Am I going to be fading out?
You know I don't think so.

Speaker 3 (33:22):
I really believe that this might actually be a good
sounding one and of course youknow I'm going to go back and
edit it and put music and thingsin where music is needed Not
that often we do that.

Speaker 2 (33:37):
That's what we do in this podcast, so I hope you
freaking enjoy it, okay, this?

Speaker 3 (33:43):
is the last one, you mofo.

Speaker 2 (33:45):
Doing the same show four times in a row.
Okay, oh God.

Speaker 3 (33:49):
You know it is, isn't it?
Oh yeah, Well, that's okay, wejust grin and move on.
And then when we're sitting onthe couch next to Johnny Carson,
it'll mean that we both die,Damn.
But we do have time to sitthere with whoever the night
show guys are these days and go,yeah.

Speaker 1 (34:07):
I remember when.

Speaker 2 (34:10):
We just enjoy doing our podcasts, it's fun doing our
We enjoy getting emails fromall over the world and we
appreciate that.
Keep the emails coming.

Speaker 3 (34:19):
We do have emails, we do.

Speaker 2 (34:21):
I don't have them.
Questions are good.
Ask a question.

Speaker 3 (34:26):
Well, listen, I'll tell you what.
If you'd like to send us anemail, it will be at
chrisandcostello, at yahoocom.

Speaker 2 (34:36):
Yahoo, remember they used to do that.
I remember yesterday was fun.
It's not very often in a racethat big you have a photo finish
I mean there's three horsesright there, neck and neck, oh
And my horse.
I kept saying because I sawthat he was one of the top three
fastest horses.
For some reason I was pickinghim, you know, and I picked that

You know that Dan, my Dan horse, he was 18 to 1, man.
And I picked him to win straightup and my trifecta was Dan and
the two other horses that camein second and third, so I got to
try to pick them up and thewinner.
So thank you very much.
That's why I'm so damn happytoday, okay.

Speaker 3 (35:14):
You're the man, oh, so you're going to buy yourself
that new microphone and maybe aboard to go with it?

Speaker 2 (35:19):
That's what I want to spend my meager winnings on is
buy myself a new microphone.

Speaker 3 (35:22):
I think it's a little less thanmega.
Is this one okay?

Speaker 2 (35:26):
Is that hurt?

Speaker 3 (35:28):
Yes, oh God, We've still got the video going so I
can see video.
And it's horrible of me, Bailey, I'm used to Me, I'm not.
It's like, oh, it's likeshaving.
I actually shaved in the otherday.

Speaker 2 (35:45):
We're in a weird mood because we just because for
future YouTube episodes we'renow doing video along with the
audio, and for some reasonCostello just cannot relax when
video is on.
You should just make your.
You know we record it, but justdon't look at it.
Turn to the other, you don'tlook.

Speaker 3 (36:04):
It's a little hard to do.
I mean, yeah, I know I try notto look at it, but you know,
it's really fun to look at andsee that you're reacting to
something like four seconds agoin video, so it's like this is
really great, I will say that.
I think, though, that onceeverything is downloaded, it'll
sync itself up and everything,so it should be all right, and

then we're going to be all overTikTok, aren't we?

Speaker 2 (36:30):
Yes, we are TikTok.
We've got YouTube, and so,instead of just listening to the
Chris and Costello experience,you actually get to look at us
as well too, and look howmiserable Costello is because
he's on video.
I will tell you this Since westarted doing video, you, sir,
have been totally different.
You're more reserved.
You, sir, have been totallydifferent.
You're more reserved.
You're not laughing as much asyou are.

You don't go lucky, you're toofreaked out, you're thinking
You are not the same, costello.
I'm going to go out there.
Oh God, again, we want Costelloback.
We want Costello back.

Speaker 3 (37:10):
We want Costello back .
Yeah, yeah, yeah, sure that.
And baby back ribs.
I know you know what I mean.
This seriously about wrapseverything up for today, I think
Doesn't it Pretty darn close?
It's good.

Speaker 1 (37:27):
I'm just going to.

Speaker 2 (37:29):
Somebody's going to just want to stop the freaking

Speaker 3 (37:31):
Let's just wrap this thing up, okay yeah, I'm just
not into the video part.
I'll get used to it just dothis.

Speaker 2 (37:39):
Can't see me?
Can't see me, make yourselfdisappear, just do this can't
see me.

Speaker 3 (37:44):
I'll put the bag over my head again.
Well, that was fun you'resquealing.

Speaker 2 (37:50):
now Is your bag handy ?

Speaker 3 (37:54):
Unfortunately not now .
I rather wish it was.
It'd be a fun thing I shouldget one for.
I'll go to Trader Joe'stomorrow.

Speaker 2 (38:02):

Speaker 3 (38:02):
So we'll have a bag the next week.
So that'll be it.
I'll just put the bag on myhead at the end.

Speaker 2 (38:08):
There we go.
Okay, having fun.
Who are we squealing over thisweek?
Who are we squealing?
Who are we squealing?
Who are we squealing over?

Speaker 3 (38:14):
who so many people Gosh?
Who do we really well?

Speaker 2 (38:23):
I can tell you who.
We didn't bring her up.
It's the puppy killer.

Speaker 3 (38:29):
Oh, I don't know that story.
We'll save that for next week.

Speaker 2 (38:34):
She was the front runner to be Trump's vice
presidential running mate.
And so she gave some excerptsfrom her new book coming out,
where she just couldn't trainher puppy and she was only 14
months old.
So she took him out to thegravel pit and shot him.
So you can imagine even peopleon the conservative side went

that ain't right, you kill alittle puppy because you can't
train it.
So someone had the best lineyou can't train your puppy, you
don't kill it, you give it toBiden.
He can go with his dog at theWhite House and bite people Do
it that way.
Then she talked about killing agoat as well too.
She can't manage all theseanimals that she likes.
She just takes them out backand shoots them.

Speaker 3 (39:16):
Oh God, well, we could do that with human beings.
It might not be such a bad idea, but animals are different, you
know, yep.
Anyway, on that note, I guesswe'll run it.

Speaker 2 (39:27):
Running mate now is like zero, but says she shoots
innocent dogs and other farmanimals.
Lady bend, over, here you go,take your medicine, squeal.

Speaker 3 (39:39):
That's an entertainment.
This is extra, extra for Herman.
Extra, that's what I said.

Speaker 2 (39:46):
Right up the old gully there for that puppy.
There we go squeal it get inthere doggy style.
That's it, last word of theweek is doggy style.
Gotta get down that way thatbridge is down just there.

Yeah, the bridge is down Justthere.
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