WE DISCUSS DREAMS, MOMENTS FROM OUR PAST,SOME GOOD, SOME NOT SO GOOD,THEY LINGER IN OUR SUBCONSCIOUSNESS. THE LIFE OF A COP THE LIFE OF A SOLDIER. WE ARE JOINED BY A HIGHLY REGARDED GUEST ( FORMER LAWMAN) WHO ALSO SHARES SOME MEMORIES, OUR HUMOR IS DIFFERENT,IT IS HOW WE SOMETIMES COPE WITH SITUATIONS WE WISH ON NO ONE. IT IS ALSO LIVE AT THE EXTREME AND THAT CAN BE VERY FUNNY! WE ALSO TALK SPORTS AND LIFE IN GENERAL
Retired law enforcement, officer security, expert and award winning storyteller. Paul Merrick, along with his cohost, Jesse Clay, former Navy seal, and four time heavyweight committee, world champion together. We'll discuss the broad array of current events using their unique backgrounds to further dissect each story. The only question you have to ask yourself is, are you ready to roll? I don't know, but I've been told that these two guys are really old. I hear their views are very bold, but they believe the truth will hold. So sit right back and enjoy the show because these two guys are ready to roll sound off wound to sound off three, four sound off long two, three, four. Let's roll. How'd you, are you ready to roll? Let's roll. All right. Tonight we have a guest we're only going to call him Mike. Well, because that's his name? Uh, we're at a different location tonight. We're down in a cave. So the song called is going to be a little bit different, but all we're talking about tonight because the kind of dreams sometimes nightmares. The former military and law enforcement people have. I think it's gonna be very interesting pristine show, uh, and just to help us get by. Mike's got a little bit of time, Kayla. I think Jesse's got some Glen Maranges scotch. Absolutely. No that's FATCA. And I have, uh, some CELT cognac that. Yeah. Took my shirt. Yes. Yes. Cheers. Cheers the spirits. Hey, go here and see you and here's to me. And may we never disagree if we do fuck this, this is kinda creepy. Dennis. Tell him, just remember when the lights go out. I'm not, I don't smile. Racist life is tough, enough being Croatian. I know, I know. So this, the other day we were talking and, uh, all of a sudden it came to us that, you know, that is a big part of life is that sometimes you ended up reliving in some very unusual ways, your past and dreams, and sometimes they're maybe best. Referred to as a nightmare. So that's what we're talking about tonight. So if you've got more than you want to share with us, you can email us, you know, the email it's in the it's in the description, but it's are you ready to roll with the [email protected]? And so here we go. I know we probably should be doing this around Halloween, but we'll do even better when, when we get closer. So tell us about your very, very. Let's say not cool, but that as a friend who had it certain fear Oh, of short Siebel, is that what it was? Hello? Trust me. And I know if he hears this, he's going to be calling me tonight. Okay. Well, he didn't call you. He doesn't know where we are yet. So he'll find out he has ways alphabet agencies. Okay, so X, Y, Z X, Y, Z. So we were in a foreign country or close to the United States border, I E Mexico. And we were, and I know he's going to know right away and he's probably trying to get his kids out of the room. Well, we were, uh, we were down there, um, just having a good time. I had lost the bet and I said, Hey, let's go to this. Pardon? You agreed. Uh, for those of my fellow listeners who have actually been to TJ, uh, you know exactly what Bart is. There's a certain animal down there that is notoriously famous. So, um, yes, you have an idea. So we were down there hanging out and this dude is probably the most bad-ass frogman I've ever known in my whole life. He's just. He eats nails shit tax. He's just bad to the bone. Ben in Vietnam. Just crazy. He has one fear. Okay. It's midget clowns, right? He hates magic clouds. So, if I were using the wrong term, we don't want to offend anybody. So little people, clowns, whatever, but the point is afraid of these guys. And I don't really give a shit. So we want PC here. Yeah, we're not right. I E I don't really give a shit roll off. Roll on Roger. That. So we're down there and we were drinking pretty cheap tequila and, uh, quantities, which were be described at a later date. Copious copious. Thank you very much. And, uh, I happened to be, um, past the live animal act and looked in the corner and there was a bunch of little people. Midgets. I'm not sure what the correct vernacular was. Sorry. I never learned any way they were dressing up in clown outfits. So knowing that the baddest man I know is afraid of these things. I offered him 50 bucks to come out and give this guy a lap dance. So we're sitting at the bar and his back is to them. And I actually paid a little bit of money too, also to the DJ. And he played a very interesting tune, uh, send in the clowns. Oh God. And he didn't like, and when they came out, it was like, like, have you ever seen the movie? It, I think it's called it. It's got a clown that hides in this town. I don't know. Yeah. This dude had almost similar makeup. Came out, jumped on him. Now this is a guy who's been on at least 10, 15 different countries back to scenarios famous among the team brothers. He's the guy, he's the guy. I mean, when you, well, everybody wants to be like him and he's screaming, like whatever you want to describe as out of control, feared their life. That these things were going to eat him. Oh my God. And he was so petrified. He couldn't run not to mention they were all over him, like a plant, um, to the point he soiled himself. Oh, so, and it's like, the man said the uninitiated, the uninitiated won't soil themselves. He did well, that depends. You're going to need those. You're going to need those. Yeah. And you know, you're going to get, because they ran out of toilet paper a few months ago. So clean that up. Yeah, exactly. Got supply. Now. There you go. Anyway, it was pretty hilarious. And I, uh, I, um, I, until right now I never told him. Who was responsible for the client. So he now knows it's me, his brother. I know other things too. This is bad ass. I was like, you're telling me is we may never get out of this case. Oh, that's all right. Was that tequila? Okay, Mike, you got a story that you were, I do. I've I've had a, so let me, let me start off by saying I'm in the presence of greatness here, and I want to thank Paul, Jesse, not just for their service, but for their sacrifice, Jesse, for the sacrifice to our country. All for his years in law enforcement, as well as a, as the view. Yes. And I appreciate that gentlemen and law enforcement wants to be funny. Come on. I'll preempt this with a little bit of my biography. Cheers as well. Cheers change. I'm retired law enforcement as well. Um, uh, as well as I spent six years in the Navy, um, did a tour during desert storm and another one when, uh, uh, Bosnia was going to hell in a hand basket. Um, and, uh, so that's, that's kinda my contribution to the country and to the community. Um, so we're talking a little bit about dreams here and I have a, uh, Mine's not as, uh, as humorous as, as Jesse, you leave that to us to decide. Yeah. Well there's no donkeys, no little Yeah. So, so one night, and this was when I was working, um, in law enforcement. Um, I was a street cop at the time and we had just left, uh, the briefing room. Um, I worked to the swing shift at the time, which was, uh, about four o'clock in the afternoon until about two 30, three o'clock in the morning. Um, love that shift. Nothing good happens after midnight, which if you're a cop that likes to get into some stuff, that's the time, time. Cause boy it's good. Well, we had just left briefing, so it was right around four 30, five o'clock in the afternoon. I'm just getting dark. So I think it was probably fall time, um, or into winter a little bit. And we get a tone alert, um, for a active shooter shots fired at a residence that I'm just probably two, three blocks away. So, you know, just a minute or two away. Um, so I hit over to this house and by the way, this is not the dream part. This is the actual story, right? This is causing the dresses. What spawns this stream, right? Um, so I, uh, I haul ass over to the house, um, just a couple blocks away. And as I get out of the car, I see, um, I'm creeping up on the house. It's starting. I'm gonna get pretty dark by then. And I hear voices is coming from the back yard. As I'm walking up to the house. And so I sneak up to the fence and I look over the fence and here's two little kids, a little boy and a little girl, probably about five years old. And, and another one, about eight years old and a woman and I have, and what's going on and all the woman would tell me is they're dead. Everybody's dead. Everybody's dead. And by that time, um, my corporate was starting to pull up. I could see his lights down at the end of the road. And so I lifted the kids over the floor fence and help the, uh, a woman over the fence. And I pointed at the, the car with the lights flashing, and I said, see that car and the kids were all acting excited and they said, yeah, I said, run to that car. Don't stop. Don't look back. Just keep going. So they run out to the car. Um, it's my corporal and he takes care of those. And meanwhile, my area partner, he's just starting to roll up as well. Um, I keep in mind, I work for a County agency and so normally for a County of our size, there's only about four or five, uh, deputies on duty at any given time. Um, and so this is about, and the 15 minutes away, he hadn't gotten very far from the office either before he started hitting that way on the tone alert. Okay. So he and I, uh, post up on the house and, um, I'm proned out next to a vehicle, um, with my 15, um, again, the shot that the call that came in was there shots had been fired. Um, and he's standing behind a, another truck just off to my right. Um, by that time we see a gentleman come out of the door. Let me back up just a little bit. We're at the front of the house and laying across the front step is a dead guy. Okay. There's a man laying on the frappe words, blood dripping down the front step. He's dead or Grover Cleveland right there. Um, so. We start, we start calling into the house, you know, anyone, anyone in the house come on out, come on, out Sheriff's office. And about that time, uh, another gentlemen appears in the doorway and this guy is covered in blood from head to toe. Oh, um, he's got his hands behind his back. So, um, T to anybody who's, who's been in a situation like that that has all kinds of a bad sign. You got a guy who won't show you his hands. You know, obviously the hands are what you want to see. That's where he is. What kind of weapons are going to be? We're about 20 feet away, you know, just at the edge of the driveway, on the end of it on the road, we're calling, Oh, this guy, show us your hands, show us your hands, show us your hands. And he's just found it. He looks like he's a, you know, on another planet, doesn't know where he's at. Um, refuses to show us his hands all at once. He, uh, he backs back in through the front door and closes the door and, uh, we're looking at each other, Troy and I, and we're like, Oh shit, you know, this, this is bad. Uh, 15, 20 seconds later, the door opens again and he walks out and still got his hands behind his back. And he's taking a step he's coming down the front steps. There's two or three steps. He comes down the steps. Starts walking towards us down the sidewalk. And meanwhile, we're pulling up pressure on the trigger because we can't shit. You won't show us his hands. Um, you know, we're, we're, we're yelling at him. Show us your hands, show us your hands. Finally, he gets about 15 feet away from us and just pulls his hands out, straight on his sides. Um, and now obviously there's no weapon in his hands at that point. One time. Um, so we haven't turned around, come back to us. We handcuff him and send him with my corporal. They put him in a vehicle and my partner and I get set to, um, make entry into the house. We go in the house. Of course, we step over the guy that's on the front porch dead. And it's, we're pushing our way into the house behind the doors. Another young woman who is deceased as well. Um, we searched the house. Nobody else in the house. We come back to the front door and tucked in between the woman's legs. It was a three 57. Um, wait, wait. We're not sure, but we're pretty sure that he had that gun in his hand. When he came out the front door, he was talking to us. There's no other explanation how that gun could ended up in his hands. Right. After we did all the interviews and everything. What we found out had happened is that the young woman that was deceased in the young and the gentleman that was deceased on the front porch, they were boyfriend girlfriend. They'd had a long history of domestic violence. Um, she had decided to we'll leave him for the night, came down to the friend's house where all of this happened. He found out she was there, went down to confront her. Um, you know, you know, you can figure out the story. It didn't go well. He goes to his truck, gets the three 57, pushes his way in the door. And while they're arguing on the landing inside the front front door, the buddy who's covered in blood that we took into custody. He bear hugs the guy from behind, um, while he's, um, screaming and yelling at his girlfriend. The guy ends up shooting his girlfriend twice. What's the three 57 in his mouth and kills himself right there while his buddies bear hugging. That's why he's covered in blood. That's why his buddy is just in complete and utter shock. Um, and, and just, you know, he's on another planet. He's not comprehending anything. We're talking to him, anything we're saying to him. So that's, that's kind of the nexus of what happened. So to sum up since that day. And that was after, I don't know, several years of, of work in the street as a patrol deputy. Um, since that point in time, um, I've had this recurring nightmare and my nightmare is that that whole scene plays out except that when the gentleman who's covered in blood is walking out the door and he's walking to us. In my nightmare. He pulls his hands for behind his back. He's got a gun in his hands, pointing it at us and my gun won't go. And I'm tapping, rolling and racking. I'm trying to rack the slide point. Nothing happens. Click click, nothing happens. And so. That's been my recurring nightmare and I always wake up just before he gets to us. Yeah. That sounds like some PTSD shit. Yeah. This caves looking pretty dark right now. Not come on. I thought you guys said you were gonna add some humor wherever we are. We are, but I think that's true. That's true. But the good news about that though, is. You know, the first few years after that scenario unfolded, um, in, in that time I transferred to investors I dealt with a lot of them, a lot more stuff. That was a worse. Yeah. And so that, that particular dream kind of subsided. And now maybe once a year, twice a year, I'll wake up in a cold sweat with that going on, or my better half hole. Elbow me a little bit and say, Hey, Hey baby, you're dreaming, wake up. I just think it's important for people to realize, like I'm not nobody in this world is perfect. If you were your name, you get a little bit different than what it is. And you know, just for a while, think about, you know, our military, uh, and our law enforcement and granted, there's some things that need to be worked on. There's no doubt about that. For the most part, it's not always the cream of the crop job and just try to walk in all our shoes once in a while. I think we'd all get along a lot better and just consider that that's all. Well, look it up. We were talking tonight about the amount of money they spend in training. They don't, they don't have the funds. I mean, I was teaching folks in, in Pennsylvania and literally they gave him 20 rounds to qualify. Yeah. And this is outside a major city. They had no training. And the only reason I did it was because the section area chief for one of the other federal agencies said, Hey man, could you help me out? I know you're going to be in town, doing stuff for us, but we want to help the local law enforcement out. Get some training. So I did. We they're great people, great guys. But when you're, when you're not given the tools to do the job, what the hell do you expect? Right. And now we're talking about taking money away from them. That's crazy. It's it's it's it's it's crazy. Now wrote me this Batman. Okay. Hi, the joker and Robin, I got a story about that. Go ahead. I hear the Riddler go for it. Right. There you go. So we were doing this training and these guys said, Hey, do you want to go with this on this? Just right along with this, this is in Camden, outside of Philadelphia. So for those of you who know the area, you know, that. On the river where the semi-pro baseball team plays is some of the most expensive condos, but less than two miles, less than two blocks away is where the Jamaican cartel hangs out all the guys from Jamaica who were selling whatever drug or whatever, that's where they're at. Okay. So it got to the point where we were just sitting there and all of a sudden firefight broke out. Dude, he brought me back to being in the military. In a combat situation. Yeah. So again, I had been there and experienced that and was ready to go. These guys were, had never been there and had literally five minutes to get up to speed because their, um, their municipality wouldn't pay for them to have training. And then what ends up happening the state police takeover? Right. The state police took over because local law enforcement didn't have the funds or the ability to train the people. Right. So what are you going to do? Well, and that's the problem is that not only do you have to train, but in training, you determine who should be there or not to begin with. And if he can't do that and that's going to cost you a lot more money in the long run anyway. So you're right. It's, it's ridiculous to think about it. Cutting funds to something that actually needs more funds to make sure it gets done. Right. The money has to be spent correctly. Okay. We all agree about that, but yeah. There's Oh yeah. I mean, well, there's so much that could be done and that's just, what, what blows my mind is the mentality that, um, okay. We think you're not doing the job, right. So we're going to limit further limit your. Ability and your resources to do the job and hopes that that will either make you do the job better. Or we will find people that will do the job better for less, with less, and that's going to be okay. I think they call those teachers that doesn't exist in law enforcement by the time they're called mayors and what they're trying to hire our robots do not work because yeah. Robocop does not exist. No, no, no, no, no. It's kind of like. But th but these are the same people when there's a problem. When a kid gets hurt or somebody gets shot, or who are you going to call? Who are you getting now? Ghost busters. So you're going to call PD, you know, it's like, like most of us growing up. I had a great relationship with cops. Yeah. I love the police officers in my neighborhood. I knew my dad was principal guidance, counselor. He worked for you university. First thing he did was interested in all the cops and then tell them if this kid screws up before you call me crack that ass, and guess what? I never had to worry about it. Cause we were always friends. Yes, I, you know, but, but everybody knew who everybody was. Yes. They actually knew you actually knew. I mean, you know, Mike, I know who you are, you know, Jesse. I know. And then the only thing I know your father, the worst thing they could do is tell my dad. Yeah, yeah, yeah. So hit me, beat me, you know, put me in jail, call my fuck and worse. Don't call my mother the Catholic, you know, make you feel guilty for like 63 years. But see, there's another side of that that I think is missing in the year 2020, and that is parents teaching their kids. That, that authority is something that should be respected until it's not, you know, um, I can't tell you how many times is a cop. I would be on a situation dealing with an auto control eight years, and the parents are looking to me the second string parent to take control control of their child who is out of control. And, um, you know, time and time again, I heard things like, well, I don't understand why little Johnny is being like this. I give him everything. I think he wants bingo, you know? Yeah. And, and that's when I I'd be like, you know, um, I'm probably never going to get the father of the year award, but here's what I would do. I would take everything away from them. Little Johnny when he acts up. Keep taking it away, make him earn it back again, take it away again. If all these got in his bedroom is a bed and a dresser full of clothes. So be it, that's all it gets. It's okay to be your child's friend when they're like 30. Yeah. Yeah. But when they're eight, they don't need it. Yeah. But the other sides of that's missing from, from my perspective is, you know, parents teaching their kids that, you know, Respect law enforcement, respect, firefighters, respect paramedics, your teachers, your principals. And when they're telling you to do something, you do it, you know, the time to, to, to have that argument is not on the street corner. You know, when you got a dozen people, question authority, the timing in place. Exactly. It's in place. And, uh, but, but I think Anne in particular, a lot of these. Um, inner cities and I'm not just talking about minority communities or anything else is it's a mentality that's taught that, you know, trust the police, they're there to kill you. And if they're there to question you, you fight them all the way. And so there there's, there's that man mentality that's brought into a child from its early years. And even we're seeing that in some of these demonstrations I saw, you know, recently in the last week, some of these demonstrations, I think there were important where you've got six, eight, 10 year old kids holding signs saying, kill the pigs, the police. What, what does that mean? So what are you teaching at you? Hi, out that that is their first experience with law enforcement. Is, is that. They're there to kill you. Yeah. And I can tell you right now, 99.5% of the cops out there that is not anywhere in their vocabulary to be in that position. No, absolutely not. No. Um, anyway, we stirred off tangents. No, now let's say, but go ahead. When you started talking about dreams. And then I was mentioned, who are you going to call Ghostbusters? Here's the first thought that came to mind. Anybody remember the dream Dan Akroyd was having in Ghostbusters when he was asleep in the firehouse. No. What was that with reminders and you see his eyes rolled back? Yes. Dan Akroyd grin on his face. I know nothing. I know nothing. Alright. Oh, now that she mentioned it. I do remember I'm on the stand. I do not recall. the accident. So you have not really. Yeah. Come on their dream spidey man dreams. Yeah. Oh, Oh. So. Yeah, let's talk about Batman first and I'll tell you a couple of trams. So you thought you were talking about that, man. The dad told me a story about that. I want to say it was a, so back in the day, the original Batman, uh, from the TV show, Adam West. Thank you very much, Jesse, for not saying you don't know who DC is. Okay. Uh, and the only reason you would know the answer to that is if you were listening to the other episodes. So you have to go with, to the other episodes to get that show. If you're older than dark, No, he just to listen to the other episodes. But anyway, Adam West, um, in the day, uh, it was kind of a bit of a wild child and used to enjoy libations like we are right now. So we're not judging on that point except no. Uh, they got a call, uh, of somebody dressed up like Batman on a roof of a building, actually a residential home. Excuse me. Uh, there was yelling on Batman I'm Batman and sure enough, my dad showed up and it was Adam West in his leotards, the whole getup. I am Batman, and it was just. Wasted. Yeah. Wasted. I see mr. West, you got it. You got to come down off the roof. He goes, but I am that man. He goes, yeah, yeah, yeah. And I'm going to take you home and then it came off the roof. We got a little emotional. I'm really sorry. I was just having a little fun. He goes, I know, I know. We're just, we're just going to go home. Was that okay? He goes, yeah, that's okay. But, um, I have the mass. You've probably seen the mass yeah, you probably have. So that's a year here. We say Batman. Well, it kind of is true, you know, so anyway, but on dreams, it's funny how things affect you. I've had some dreams that, you know, we get a little bit dark today, so we're going to be a little bit lighter now, but some of the dreams I have in relation to. I guess stress or whatever are really unusual. I have dreams about fighting squirrels, where I am kicking the living crap, trying to, uh, out of squirrels because they're too fast for me to actually hit. And it's driving me nuts to appoint my wife. Has to wake me up and remind me that there are no squirrels in our bed. Don't go anywhere with that. Yeah. dad says it's personal. This girl's over there playing with her nuts. from that, but the other night, and just, just so we're clear on this. I don't, I don't believe in ghosts. Okay. I don't. Um, but the other night, uh, um, why, because they're white racist, brought it up. They can, we call somebody to bring up another bottle instead of the cave here or something. But anyway, uh, so I'm, I'm dreaming and it's one of those dreams, you know, where you're actually like, you're almost awake, but you're not quite there. Some part of you is almost conscious. But the other part is still having this treatment. I'm, I'm looking at the wall or near the wall, and I think I see this female ghost. Right. And I'm trying to SWAT ahead. Yeah. See Sophia wakes leaves every time before. Yeah. That I would have been screaming and swinging. Like, I'd be like this, you know, with my hands together. Hello. How are you? Yeah, nice evening. Uh, yeah, that was a swirl the whole time. Is that, is that a scroll in your bathroom? You're happy to see me. Yeah. Who's walnuts. Anyway. Uh, so. Yeah. As long as you don't say cash shoe, but anyway, so I'm trying to, and my wife is up now and she's yelling at me going, honey, honey, honey, you're having a dream. You're having a dream. I'm going can't you see the ghost? And she's like, no, I can't. I can hear her say this I'm actually that, I mean the subconscious, but not quite. And I'm having an argument with her. About what she's telling me, but I can still see this ghost that doesn't exist. Right. And finally, she looks over and she figures it out. Cause it's in the dark. And she says, you mean this towel on the rack right here? And I said, yeah, that towel on the rack. And she goes, are you a canine? I said, yeah. She goes, are you sure? Tell me who I am. Yeah. You're my wife, you know, she goes, are you sure? Yeah. Do you see the ghost anymore? I said, no, I see the towel. I'm really sorry. I woke you up. Jesus. Okay. That's a hell of a story for his foreplay, I guess. Right? Well, yeah, it was pretty well just one question. Yes. What color was the towel? Purple. Well, he avoided that cause that's not what he said earlier. exactly what I said earlier. Oh, for this, I'm going to tell you a story. She hit one time dream. She had one. Oh, listen to this. Yes. Sometimes I want to listen to this one, but maybe she wants, so she's such a sweetheart. One time likes how you preface that. You'll see by the, by the dream. It's kind of funny actually, but laying in bed, we're asleep out of dead sleep. Okay. I mean, I am like out, which is really unusual song, I guess, dead sleep. She pushes me. Yeah. Smells like dead sleep. We have another French roll up in the room. They're in the cave. Yeah. And it's not going anywhere. You can actually see that it's so damned down. You can actually see what the petroleum this is doing right now. It's amazing. Meanwhile, back at the ranch, so sleep all. I, the first thing I realized is that my wife. Is literally pushing me off the bed onto the floor, if you can, because you've met Stephanie and she's like half my size at best. And I'm on the, I hit the, I hit the floor and I'm looking up and going, what the hell? Without missing a beat, she goes, don't get mad at me. I just saved your life. I'm like, and how, how was it that you just saved my life? So as it turns out she was having a dream, she was having a dream. That the Springs in our box spring works bloating and shooting through the mattress. And had she not at that very moment, pushed me off our bed. I would have been in pale by one of those Springs and you're buying this. Yeah. And, and she, and I, and she's looking at me with a straight face it's now she's awake, right. With a straight face going. So you can't be mad at me because I just saved your life. Am I kidding? That was a dream. You didn't save anything. You'd not knock me off the bed before she goes. It doesn't matter. Let's see the real story there is, she had told me about Sophia, Loren squirrel and really going on. But I mean, what do you feel like that sort of thing? her squirrel kind of like this cave, like no one's ever going to know we were down here. We need to get your grill in here though. I don't know if there's enough there for that. The rest of the bar, the bar. Oh, there you go. Ooh, the bar. Yeah, we should have brought more, more down more. Yeah. It's dry. So you, yeah. You wanted to talk about something else too. We should talk about that. Oh yeah, we probably should. Okay. Um, as you guys know, remember, I don't know. I don't really give a shit. Um, I'm a really doesn't Naval special warfare guy and lately, um, folks. Not only in our community, but around our community are given the canine guys a hard time because a year ago, over a year ago, um, they had a gentleman wearing a bite suit who had a Colin Kaepernick Jersey on, uh, I remember back then Colin Kaepernick played for San Francisco and San Francisco was hated by a lot of different. Regions. Yeah. Still are because they're San Francisco. So Colin Kaepernick was the quarterback. Now this is what I find interesting. Okay. They did the same thing with the Tom Brady Jersey on, they did the same thing with the, uh, Peyton Manning Jersey on, they did the same thing with what's the quarterback from Sanford San Diego that cries all the time. Uh, I can't remember his name. Ryan leaf. No, that's way back. I was crying. He said he's a guy. He was, if you're Morgan, I'm sorry, but he was Marvin. He is Marvin and he's a quarterback and he just quit. He's a whiner, big whiner anyways, rivers river. So P P rivers. So, uh, the pants depends. There you go. So he was wearing, one of the guys was wearing a Jersey. Now, these guys have worked and, and, and given canines to not only the Navy special forces, but army special forces and even some crazy ass Marines have gotten dogs. So for them now they call the racist because they had Colin Kaepernick's Jersey on never said anything about his race, then what's wrong with Tom Brady Jersey? How come Tom Brady people, aren't all upset. And I don't get it. Right. So here's my warning or word to you. People who are out there be a team guys or other idiots pick carefully who you give shit too, because that dog canine show raised a couple of hundred thousand dollars for boys. And men and, and, uh, the special warfare and other special warfare communities who need the money to make their life work. So before you reach out and give them a hard time, pull your head out of your ass and donate, give, gives the museum money. And for helping these people move forward. I think it's also important to note that this is not racist. I mean, clearly these special warfare canines hate all NFL quarterbacks equals that's. Right. I thought there was a known fact. I'm just pointing it out. And also that Tom Brady Jersey can be worn probably more places than Colin Kaepernick. More people hate Brady than Catholic. Well, I got to say, now that we brought that up, I do want to see Tom Brady play with the. I have a funny feeling he's going to do well down there. He will, but I don't think that's going to help Tampa Bay. They're always a suck Fest. And the thing is, is this Oh yeah. Supermodel. I pretty much do whatever she asks me to do. Yes. Ma'am yes. Ma'am yes. Ma'am. How many times Lenny's you want, man, again? Top of the Hill or the bottom. Well, she makes in one week what he makes in the year and then that's true. It's true. So anyway, but yeah, so be PR you know, leave law enforcement alone, leave military alone. Just if you don't have anything good to say, shut the hell up, you know? Exactly. Like we've, I don't know, numerous times to say, yeah, there's some, there are issues that need to be resolved, resolved again. So we know that we were talking about it, but the whole world is not bad. Okay. Just because a couple cops, a couple, we're not talking about the vast majority, we're talking about a minority who are either poorly trained because the department doesn't have the money. Right. Or they're poorly staffed because they don't pay enough. Right. Or they're just overworked. Cause there's not anybody to take your pill. Do it. That'll do it. I mean, this guy in Minneapolis, Minnesota, he had 19, he had 19 complaints against him. Right. Why didn't they get rid of him? Who are they going to replace them with? Yeah. When did they at least pull them off the street and see what's going on being the incident rubber gun squad? I think it's also important to note, you know, let's not jump to conclusions until all the facts come out. Bingo. I think with the vast majority of these situations over the last few years, whether you're talking about Ferguson, Missouri with Mike Brown or Baltimore or Atlanta, or, um, even Minneapolis. Um, you know, a lot of, a lot of stuff happens when people are making these snap judgments, literally within hours of the dust settling, and none of the facts are even known about the circumstances. It could be any veteran. Absolutely. And I think, you know, the vast majority of the time. Um, the circumstances for which, uh, people are burning down their cities and, and rioting and looting. Um, those aren't the circumstances that, that play out once all the facts come out, once the body cam video comes out, once witnesses are talked to the thing is, as it appeared in those initial minutes and hours of an incident happening. So here's the thing. Tonight. We're, we're talking about a lot of different things. Uh, I think that's pretty obvious. Um, but consider this work into it. it's like a watch, like a grumpy old man or a grumpy old man. Now that we've mentioned Sophia, Loren, but anyway, Yeah. Yeah. The second one grew up. You're you got Sophia Loran and Ann Margaret and Margaret in there. Oh yeah. Yeah. It's very mature in their age, but also, also. Yeah. Yup, yup. Yup. Yup. But here's the thing we're sitting here and yes, we know each other. We're friends, but we don't always agree upon everything we discussed that doesn't mean want to kill each other or just because you don't agree with everything that I say, you're a bad guy. I don't agree with everything. You're saying I'm a bad guy. That isn't how it's supposed to work. You get together, you talk about things, you figure it out. And it seems like lately you're either on this side or the other side, and that's not reality. No. You know, so anyway, try to have a good time life. As far as we know only happens once, except this other dream I had one time. I probably don't want to get into that right now, but it depends. I wish I had some on at the time, but yeah. Are you a member of the rubber sheet squad? Oh, you guys think that's funny? Huh? Yeah. Hammered both of you. So don't even start the chat. It's true. That's true. And when I need rubber sheets, it'll depend. Well, that's what it's going to say on the rubber sheet. Um, Oh, so just for real quick. Uh, I guess everything's, I'm supposed to apologize for this, but I'm not. It was just, yes. So I guess Hillary is not the pick, um, ms. Harris is right, right. Is that right? Ms. Harris? Yeah. Hey, tell you the truth. I've been more concerned about football. That's true. So forget about it. Sorry. Can I just add my 2 cents? Go ahead. Quick on that page. So with Biden, If you don't vote Biden Harris, not only are you anti senior citizen, anti dementia, anti-woman black anti-black but you're also anti whore. That's all I got. Oh, fuck. So are they going to play football this year? Zipper goes up. What'd you read? I don't know. I didn't read the whole damn thing. Cause we were coming up here to do this, you know? I don't know because you also down here, down here, down here, up there. Look at college football though. In the last few days you've got the mountain West conference, the PAC 10, the big 12. They've all folded for the season said we're not doing football this year. Yeah, that's crazy. What could they be like the rest of the sports and just sprint, like, you know, some Carper cutouts out there and pretend right. Put their players in a bubble for the next few months. Here's here's the problem. Except then you got people like that guy in the NBA that leaves his bubble to go to the strip because morning, somebody that died in this man, I need to see the bubbles. Tell him what the mom said. Signing off, Oh, this kid's going to Michigan. I think it's Michigan or Michigan state. I don't remember, but they, the college wanted her to sign off. She's an attorney. The college wanted her to sign off saying that they wouldn't be responsible if her kid got sick and anything that happened afterwards. So she basically said not nobody. Hell no. College football is a business, right? How many was it? 7 billion. They were saying college football produces 7 billion and you can't pay a kid 20 to 50 grand. Right? Who's making all, who's making your school all money. The funny thing is, now that people see what it is, Hey, the football players can go to school, but nobody else can. I had heard some scuttlebutt that CSU was starting to squawk because you know, they've got that great big new stadium. It's only been up for what, two years. It's a lot, it's a lot of money and a lot of empty seats and no tickets that are going to be sold for at least the next year. You feel that they got payments to make boosters are the good news. Is this just kitty corner from where that stadium is on college, maybe one block, one and a half blocks North. On the East side, within a year in and out. Perfect. That's all I got to say. fuck the hell was football man in and out. And I thought we were talking about one of the most diverse whiskey establishments in the state of Sonia that you can go downtown and get in fact, is it, is it closed? They're open now. And whiskey has more. Whiskeys in that place. I think it's like number. I gotta check, but I think it's number two right now, the most diverse amount of different whiskeys from all over the world. If any place else in the nation. So he can go. That's what we should do. Maybe she didn't at first shot. We'll go to whiskeys. There's a whiskey bar up in this park. That is a good close second round mine really? Well. We have to hit both, but we're going to have to you guys are, Ooh, this tobacco. Is that the one? It's not as good as whiskey they got. They've got like, I forget something like 2,500 different whiskey, but you don't get to see. Yes tonight. I'm getting treated. Here you go. Ghost. I hear his wife now, honey, what do you do with that towel? I saw a ghost. Okay. Sophia hilarious. How do I get out of this case? Move the Boulder. Good luck. But seriously, it was the squirrel that I was crying to sweat, honey, is that what you call that? Now? squad a squirrel squad, a squad. Jesse is black. He squats. what they say. Once you go squirrel, you'll never go back. Huh? They'll drive you nuts. Yeah. Oh, I can see happening. That'd be like, That commercial, where this girl runs out there and he, and that was back up. And then when you try to chase him, he just disappears. I don't know. I think about the squirrel from ice age, you know, with the big old man Elvis grill. Alright, we got to get out of this cave. Why? Oh, we're out of boots. You got anything else out there? Get it. I wish we had socks Keith tonight. Man. Look at him. He can't handle the truth. Ty whiskey. What's timeless. Do you like whether you can't taste it? It's the point is the point is when I was in Thailand, they would put a button that much tire whiskey in and about that much Coke but it tasted so Coke. So is this, this is the theater of the mind. Let me describe a 16 ounce glass that has 12 ounces of whiskey and about two ounces of Coke. And it tasted like Coke, meaning it was deceptively. It was what, there was a, there was a video of me sitting in a bar in Phuket, Thailand. They were fucking Thailand sitting on the bar while I'm not sitting on the bar. I pass out on the bar, videotapes me for a few minutes. About two hours later, he videotapes me again for a few minutes. I haven't moved. A few hours later again, except I've moved. I puked in the plant next to me, passed out. I'm on the bargain. Oh my God. That stuff trash as you share pillows to some Saki or some Japanese whiskey, we drank all that last night. We drank it. You were blaming me. No, no, we, we. We, we, we, we, we, it depends. It depends. damn Americans, you take our fries, we take yours. So if you have it, that's about what we should be drinking next week. Let us know, you know how to get ahold of, Hey, somebody reach out to those knuckleheads at Omega. I'm tired of this watch. Yeah, we need, we need her. You will make a watch watches actually. You know what we need specifically. Okay. Is, uh, we're finally going to be able to go and see James Bond in November. So that watch that's the one we like, wait a minute. Didn't he quit? Well, this is the last one and they get picked somebody else. Is it. What's his name? Rocky Caldas no, he's not. He's not. He's like, no, it's not going to get better. Is that he is his name. yeah. And he said, I'm too old. You see that guy? He's chiseled. I mean, he should just go ahead and do it for a few years, Nick, the women, but he did a good movie with the rock and KJ stadium. He did. He did a good movie. He's funny as shit though, but he's smart. Yeah. Yeah. And I, I mean, he's, he's a good businessman. So he's picking and choosing what he's going to do. So, um, anyway. Yeah. So I think maybe we'll see about renting, you know, DB, what is it? 11 now that arrest hall. You better? I'm looking at my phone, right? Where's it gonna land this weekend? Oh yeah. Get out. Just get it. I think it's gonna be a one rounder. I think it's going to be those two. Cause I want to see DC get us out don't care. Here's here's what I saw. I sent her. A direct message to they, you know, and half in Croatian and half in English. And I say, Hey, you know, it's sober. Yeah. Just remember, no matter what, you've got a family, you've got your health things are good. You're fired depending on how the fight right now at your fireman or whatever life is good. So after you win, uh, come on our podcast and talk to us for a little while. So we'll see what happens. I think it's. Okay. He's just been a lot worse. He usually finds a way, not always, but, you know, and, uh, I think it would be very interesting. I think it'd be very, it's almost like he's got it. Do they? Both of them, they got to do something almost astounding, even for trilogy. Yeah. Well, it's got to happen and I thought, you know, what would be kind of cool. This is my take. This is like, this is like the peak picking Hillary Clinton, right. That's probably not going to happen, but, but what about some body shots? And then he submits DC. Nobody's excluded, started mentioned Hillary Clinton and body shots in the, yeah. No, thank you. Here's something to think about. Okay. Yeah. Let's talk from a coach's perspective, right? DC has a wild overhand, right? He does. If he fakes a entry, like a single leg or double leg and your boy steps back. Yep. He's right in the path of that overhand right. Hammer. So he drops the hammer. Right? I don't give a shit who you are. Right. My Tyson beat up by bucks for donuts. Yeah. So, you know, stranger things have happened. Know, but I'm saying I don't want that to happen. No, if he's very capable. Well, there's no question about that, but, uh, uh, I don't think he wants to let him get that close either her or I give him that opportunity. Hopefully I think he's going to have to. This, this is one of the things about DC, their first fight. Do you see the highlights in that? Yes. The second fight. Yes. He kept him a little bit last night. Yeah. He kept a little distance, but he still closed sometimes. Yes. Yes he did. You're not going to keep a Rustler away from you out of all the people I've trained. My whole life wrestlers are the absolute. King of the Hill. Now he was kind of like my ex wife stupid was a good wrestler in college though. He knows that I fucking got him. The guy was massive. Right. And he was able to keep him from bringing them to the ground or anything like that. Theses off, obviously a much better wrestler, but Oh yeah. But my dog that's what my thought was. I know it sounds kind of weird, but your thoughts on this, if he can hit them in the body again, but that's obviously weak point. And it's gonna keep, it's gonna slow him down. I mean, there's an opportunity besides just punching DC to, you know, maybe, maybe submit him somehow if he's hurting that. Well, here's, here's my only thing about that. D C is an Olympic caliber wrestler, right? This'll probably be his last big fight, right? Yeah, he, this is where he's going to be the most thing. Okay. Does it give, he's going to give it, he's going to give him nothing to lose and this is a trilogy. So whoever wins this one takes over now, right? If homeboy puts his hands on DC. Yeah. Hammers. Yeah. It's hard. Yeah. The last time he hit him hard. But DC's knocked him down too. Oh yeah. No, it's a great, this is going to be an adjunct. I mean, there's nothing in Dana white and the boys making more money. Yeah. And it's Vegas. Yeah. Vegas baby. Now, hopefully after November, we'll be hitting Vegas and get the fights. That'd be nice. That'd be a good time. Alright, everybody. Um, we are going to roll out of here. Hopefully, you're going to head to the light, to the light. Now that you realize why we're doing a podcast. Yes. To set up a singing trio here, y'all have a good night, um, sweet dreams. And we'll talk to you real soon. 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