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May 20, 2024 13 mins

Today's episode features audio that didn't fit into the show...including...

  • some naughty SNL humor...
  • Costner's new movie trailer...
  • News about a comet...
  • and some speculation as to why men don't want to get married. 

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Speaker 1 (00:00):
You gotta do it once in a while or it
gets disgusting. It's cleaning out the sound fridge.

Speaker 2 (00:06):
I'm one more.

Speaker 3 (00:11):
So that's that's when we played clips that we've had
on the list for a while and uh and they
didn't get him on the radio show. But this one
particularly was from Saturday Night Live a couple of weeks ago,
and Michael and I discussed it before the show two
weeks ago whether or not we thought we could air
it on the radio show and decided we shouldn't, but
I thought it was the funniest joke of the night.
But we can do it on the podcast. Here we go.

Speaker 4 (00:36):
This year's most popular baby names for boys were Liam
and Noah. Great another generation of pussies?

Speaker 2 (00:45):
What what? How does he figure? I don't know. I
just I don't know why. I thought that was so funny,
and I think it's don't either. I think it's because.

Speaker 3 (01:00):
I think the fact that Colin is kind of so
metro makes it funny.

Speaker 2 (01:05):
Also, that's just an odd joke.

Speaker 3 (01:09):
It was funny though, with those names. Speaking of the
flag football game tournament that has at you gotta narrow
it down on some names like Noah's. You're Liam's here.
I mean, there's some names. There's just like five of
each on every team.

Speaker 2 (01:23):
The one we gotta go.

Speaker 1 (01:24):
At, Liam J and Liam R. Yeah, Liam, Little Liam
whatever it.

Speaker 3 (01:30):
When I was a kid, there's like six mics in
every class I was in. Things become boggilter.

Speaker 2 (01:34):
Sure we get through it together, don't we?

Speaker 5 (01:36):

Speaker 6 (01:36):
Do so?

Speaker 2 (01:38):
Clean? Nuts sound Fridge, I'm Michael, Thanks metal guy.

Speaker 1 (01:43):
Speaking of Saturday Night Live, I another generation of pussies.

Speaker 2 (01:49):
What I haven't watched s n L yet.

Speaker 1 (01:52):
I usually watch it, you know, down the line, watch
the videos and stuff, but we can't update. Is funny
Colin Shust and Michael Chair really funny. And I love
it when they write each other jokes that they have
to do. They're usually you know, terribly politically incorrect, et cetera. Uh,
there are a couple more we didn't get to during
the show. I want to hear them hit us with
number two, would you, Michael? And does this explain itself?

Speaker 2 (02:16):
Yeah? It kind of does.

Speaker 1 (02:18):
Okay, alright, I invited an actual practicing rabbi Clean.

Speaker 2 (02:23):
Welcome Rabbi Joe.

Speaker 5 (02:34):
Yeah, go ahead.

Speaker 2 (02:39):
Why don't you tell the first show?

Speaker 4 (02:41):
Yeah, I'm just as excited as all of you pro
Palestinian protesters walked out of Jerry Seinfeld's commencement address at
Duke University, and I think that's disgraceful. During these difficult times,
it's important to support our jew as friends. That's why

the only chance you'll hear from me is free Weinstein.

Speaker 2 (03:13):

Speaker 1 (03:14):
That was been comfortable in half a dozen different ways.
I'd say, wow, wow, surely this one will be better.
Number seven, Michael, A growing number of.

Speaker 3 (03:25):
Black men feel like the Trump and Biden campaigns are
not actually trying to ford true relationships and just want
their votes.

Speaker 2 (03:31):

Speaker 4 (03:33):
During a new interview, I thought that was pretty GOINGNBC
News Steve Mannon called himself the voice of Maga and
also the face of gout.

Speaker 2 (03:47):
A bit of a visual there, I guess, well, you
know what he looks like? Not good? Yes?

Speaker 1 (03:54):
Yes, okay, So let's see what else we have. Is
that Kevin Costner trailer?

Speaker 2 (03:58):
Any good? Michael? I don't particular what what's interesting about this?
Do you know the backstory on this? I don't believe.
I do so Kevin.

Speaker 3 (04:06):
Costner, who's quite wealthy, although less wealthy since this divorce,
And then I'll do that to you Uh, has like
mortgaged his one thousand acre ranch and borrowed money and
everything like that to make this, these movies, this series
of movies that are so important to him that he

couldn't get made that he wanted to.

Speaker 5 (04:29):

Speaker 3 (04:30):
It's an artistic expression and it's a Western and it's
supposed to look at it from the angle of the
cowboys and the Native Americans and everybody and everything like that.

Speaker 2 (04:39):
And you know, wow, now you got my attention. Clip thirteen.

Speaker 3 (04:42):
Please, Michael, think from here somebody you want to say,
I will tell you this.

Speaker 2 (04:54):
In these territories, then I'll come try you. I will
take from you too. You are white clean from this
leg I'm just saying that's some of you might want
to keep in mind.

Speaker 3 (05:10):
Do you think, all right, it's either greater or it's not.
And I'll have to watch it to know.

Speaker 2 (05:22):
I was reading about that that's gonna run three hours. Yeah.

Speaker 3 (05:26):
Well, he made Dances with Wolves that was like two
days long and it won every Oscar that.

Speaker 2 (05:30):
Year, and I'll watch it at home and pause. It
isn't needed. Yeah, exactly, his Dances with Wolves.

Speaker 3 (05:36):
There's hardly a better example of a movie that one
best picture that has less mind share than Dances with Wolves.
I don't know anybody who ever quotes it talks about it.

Speaker 2 (05:46):
I never watched it.

Speaker 3 (05:46):
I liked it, but I saw it in the theater
and have never watched another minute since.

Speaker 1 (05:51):
Yeah, I liked it very much, but I agree with you.
Which movie did it beat out? It's often mentioned as
one of those classic oscars got it wrong. We can
check on that easily enough. And by Katie Oh.

Speaker 3 (06:03):
It was the same year as Good Fellaws. Give me
a break. Goodfellas is the opposite of everything I said, goodflur.
I hear a Goodfella's quote almost every day of my
life and will never flip through channels ever and not
pause on it if I come across it.

Speaker 1 (06:18):
That's completely how many wolves are in it? Zero wolves?
Stupid movie.

Speaker 3 (06:23):
Wow, Goodfellas, that should get some sort of honorary looking back, Oscar, Yeah,
we got it well please.

Speaker 1 (06:31):
Shakespeare in Love saving Private Eye, Yeah, I mean, at
the least you could make the argument Dances with Wolves
was a hell of a great movie. Visually it was.
It was arresting for something that long. It's just it
was a really good movie.

Speaker 3 (06:47):
Shakespeare in Love winning the Oscar for best picture. Oh
my god, o freaking you combine Shakespeare with Gwyneth Paltrow.

Speaker 1 (06:55):
Wo oh please, it's vomit on top of vomit, chain
of vomit. All right, this is a self explanatory sixteen Michael.

Speaker 7 (07:07):
In Paris a brazen jewelry heist. Armed robbers on motorbikes
force their way into the Harry Winston store in broad
daylight on Saturday, breaking display cases and swiping jewelry before
making their getaway. Losses are estimated to be in the
millions of dollars.

Speaker 3 (07:22):
Millions of dollars, And what is the weird thing that
human beings have? If you can steal millions of dollars,
we're all kind of like fascinated and admired a little bit.
But if you steal a iPhone a.

Speaker 1 (07:39):
Couple thousand bucks worth of leather jackets, I want you
jailed forever, here, scumbag.

Speaker 2 (07:43):
Well, I want these guys jail forever.

Speaker 1 (07:44):
Yeah, you know, I saw daring jewel heist. I pictured
somebody clambered up a wall like a fly and then
living the high life while making coy answers to probing
questions about whether he might have been involved that sort
of classy jewel of yesterdayear not hammers and motorcycles.

Speaker 2 (08:03):
You don't think he could.

Speaker 3 (08:04):
Get just millions of dollars by smashing glass and grabbing stuff.

Speaker 2 (08:09):
Not anymore. But the world's going to have to adjust
to civilization crumbling.

Speaker 7 (08:15):
How about seventeen the spectacular sight over parts of Europe.
A blue and green fireball shrinking through the sky over
Portugal in Spain early Saturday morning. The European Space Agency
says it was a piece of a comet, traveling it
close to one hundred thousand miles an hour. They finally
disappeared over the Atlantic Ocean.

Speaker 2 (08:36):
That's how fast moving commet. That's how fast comets go
on hundred thousand miles an hour, how fast that comet
went dispair, just disappeared over the ocean. They have no
no idea.

Speaker 1 (08:49):
Well, they usually have the time to watching it. It's
like the president of Iran. He crashed over there somewhere,
I don't know where. And finally, this, this is a
bit of a thought provoker. This is about why people
are not getting married and having kids these days. It's
a clip seventy five courtesy of the Michael Knowles podcast.

Speaker 5 (09:10):
Women Divorce, Men, seventy to eighty percent of the time.
I would argue in relationships, it's probably similar. Men are
leaving women are so to a guy's point of view,
he's going to commit to this girl, and what does
he get. He doesn't get purity anymore, you know these hoes.
He doesn't get youth anymore. So it doesn't get either
of those things. A lot of times she already has
a kid, so he's not fulfilling his mating strategy. On
top of that, even if he does find a good

woman that maybe has the qualities he's looking for, she
was gonna want him to marry her, right, And what
does he get out of that? Oh, she can leave
and take half and take my kids. And she's paid
to take my kids away from me. She gets more
money if she takes my children. And so from the
men's point of view, they're just kind of like fit
because like, women aren't wives nowadays, and what do they

get out of it?

Speaker 3 (09:54):
Like metter logical, I I agree that many of the
law are set up that are anti family, that encourage
divorces opposed to discourage it, which I think is unfortunate.
That first part, though, they don't get purity what year
is this?

Speaker 2 (10:11):
These hoes? What the hell are you talking about?

Speaker 1 (10:15):
Not getting hoes in your marriage? And and it's one sided,
but that do you not get Snoop Dogg. But it's
just it's just it's just it's just the woman's side though,
she's got to be pure. He can do whatever he wants.

Speaker 2 (10:29):
What the hell is that? Joe Getty cites Snoop Dogg
lyric Ah, that is huge, by the way, well done,
thank you, thank you.

Speaker 1 (10:37):
I'm here all week. Uh unless I die all theme.
I'm feeling much better. Dum yeah, yeah, yeah that part.
She obviously has a very traditional view of sex, sexuality
and marriage, that sort of thing, which is fine. Uh,
some of that I found compelling. Though you don't get

youth because year old. What right.

Speaker 2 (11:04):
You're marrying some old hoes already got a kid? You know.

Speaker 3 (11:07):
The idea of an old hoe is going to take
half my money. That's not that appealing when you put
it that way.

Speaker 2 (11:11):
Right, that's her point, beautiful.

Speaker 3 (11:15):
Is that what's waiting for me out there? God, I
will be single the rest of my life. The only
thing you get to choose from old hose who want
half your money.

Speaker 2 (11:22):
I don't. I don't think that's the case.

Speaker 1 (11:24):
Actually, and then I don't actually know eighty three. This
is from the other day when Burgess Owens, who was
a congressman, was grilling Secretary Cardona.

Speaker 2 (11:37):
Remember that was the guy who wouldn't answer the question.

Speaker 1 (11:40):
You'd think it's cool if your daughter has to compete
am against boys and sports. How about if she undresses
in front of boys in locker room? You okay with that?
And he wouldn't answer, would you allow your daughter to
fight a boy? I know we have not finalized our regulation.
Blah blah blah. But then Burgess Owens comes out with
a Cherokee proverb. But go ahead, and Michael, eighty three.

Speaker 6 (12:00):
We just slimter seed this real quickly. A Cherokee proverb
that says a man's highest calling is to protect women,
so she is free to walk the earth unharmed. I'll
say this, Missus Sectary, before I go into this next topic.
With all due respect, I pray that our country will

never ever have the vision that your policies are now
driving us toward. In terms of manhood. It's a vision
that teaches our boys that harming girls is no big deal.
I pray that remain a country that produces overwhelming mass
majorities of men who feel the way I do about
my girls. I will give my life in a heartbeat
for my girls, and the blessings I have is they

have no doubts about that. The means of men and
women across this country that do not have faith, do
not trust in you protecting our girls because the policies
you can't see yes or no. Two. By the way,
those are not very hard in questions. As a father,
it's either yes or no, and you could not answer that.

Speaker 1 (13:01):
Wow, let's let's bring that over for the radio show tomorrow.
All those clips because that got too little attention.

Speaker 2 (13:07):
Way to go, Burgess.

Speaker 3 (13:08):
Yeah, I hadn't heard that.

Speaker 1 (13:10):
Yeah, here's a good man, not like one of those
old hoes. Right, he knows better. No, it's better than
to go with an old hoe. Please take half your stuff.

Speaker 3 (13:21):
That's I've ever said.

Speaker 2 (13:23):
Yeah, well, needing to be said. Huh, Well, I guess
that's it.
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