March 28, 2022

40's w/Friends- March edition

40's w/Friends-  March edition

In this months edition of 40's w/friends the guys share their monthly wtf stories. Including the Kardashev scale, MMA fighters vs. internet trolls, the Chalino Sanchez story and more. 

Transcript
WEBVTT 1 00:00:00.120 --> 00:00:16.440 This is the motivation. Hey, everybody, welcome to another episode of Dugit. 2 00:00:16.480 --> 00:00:19.440 That's coast to coast the podcast. It talks about what's important on and 3 00:00:19.600 --> 00:00:23.039 off the Mat. It's a time. It's that time again. It's time 4 00:00:23.079 --> 00:00:27.000 for Forti s with friends. I got cousin and I got fonzo. What's 5 00:00:27.000 --> 00:00:31.920 going on, homies? Good Shit, man, it's fun day, Fun 6 00:00:32.000 --> 00:00:34.840 Day, Sunday, Sunday, Fun Day, however we want to say it. 7 00:00:35.280 --> 00:00:38.399 So we're just going to be having some fun today, talking about some 8 00:00:38.479 --> 00:00:42.840 good ass topics. I got some good for you guys tonight. So excited 9 00:00:42.880 --> 00:00:45.039 to share with you guys. How about you guys? How you guys doing? 10 00:00:46.240 --> 00:00:48.560 I'm doing pretty good, man, doing all right. You know, 11 00:00:48.600 --> 00:00:53.359 I've been busy with everything going on. Got Some big moves happening and but 12 00:00:53.399 --> 00:00:57.840 I'm looking forward to having this little conversation and talk with you guys. Movie 13 00:00:57.880 --> 00:01:00.600 that you got putting on full. You can be the lead roll. There 14 00:01:00.840 --> 00:01:07.319 is that's happening. Yeah, yeah, that's what it is. They should 15 00:01:07.400 --> 00:01:12.000 be. Okay, I'll movie off my life. All right, fucking woman 16 00:01:12.079 --> 00:01:17.840 from the big city comes back from fucking New York City to Oklahoma, your 17 00:01:17.840 --> 00:01:21.959 home little town, you show her all she needs to make it in life. 18 00:01:22.400 --> 00:01:25.920 Has Been with her all the time. Bro I think watching sex in 19 00:01:26.000 --> 00:01:30.439 the city too much. All right, I don't know that that what thought 20 00:01:30.480 --> 00:01:32.480 you were doing. All right, well, whatever you're doing, man, 21 00:01:32.519 --> 00:01:34.560 I wish you luck. I thought. That's thanks, man. Nah, 22 00:01:34.599 --> 00:01:38.680 man, I'm actually attacking with your hundred percent of beerful effort. Cuz, 23 00:01:42.920 --> 00:01:48.280 all right, how about you, frank? Are you doing? I'm doing 24 00:01:48.319 --> 00:01:53.000 great. Hey, man, it's Sunday. We had some great fights last 25 00:01:53.079 --> 00:01:56.400 night. We just wrapped up. WHOSE NUMBER ONE? Got? Spring break 26 00:01:56.439 --> 00:02:00.519 coming around the corner, and you know what that means? ADCC trials. 27 00:02:00.680 --> 00:02:08.560 BYAM my dags stoked. I'm stoked, the whole country stoked. It's going 28 00:02:08.560 --> 00:02:13.280 to be one of the biggest. I think this is the biggest ATCC trials 29 00:02:13.280 --> 00:02:15.800 in the history of ADCC. Oh, I think if they they have to 30 00:02:15.840 --> 00:02:20.919 cap it because they had a thousand competitors. So that's like I mean there's 31 00:02:20.960 --> 00:02:24.039 only five way classes, so that's like two hundred competitors per weight class. 32 00:02:24.039 --> 00:02:29.560 So it's going to be a great weekend of Jiu Jitsu. I'm super looking 33 00:02:29.560 --> 00:02:31.639 forward to that and that's already just around the corner. Like I said, 34 00:02:31.840 --> 00:02:37.479 now we're going to be recording for's with friends. So should we give everybody 35 00:02:37.520 --> 00:02:39.400 a little preview what we're going to be talking about? Yeah, let's do 36 00:02:39.439 --> 00:02:44.319 it. All right, tease them topics, boys, Cuz what you're going 37 00:02:44.360 --> 00:02:47.000 to talk about actually, you know what I've been wanting to talk about. 38 00:02:47.080 --> 00:02:51.840 You know we I've talked with you few times about it, and you know 39 00:02:52.039 --> 00:02:54.439 you talked about, you know, what's making you know. This is the 40 00:02:54.759 --> 00:02:59.240 spot where we talked about what, you know, what's really bothering as what 41 00:02:59.280 --> 00:03:01.120 we're really done weren't dealing with and talking about. And you know, one 42 00:03:01.159 --> 00:03:06.680 of these that I've was working on one of my class projects and this weekend 43 00:03:06.840 --> 00:03:10.120 got me thinking and it was just one of my topics you were talking about, 44 00:03:10.280 --> 00:03:15.360 is how politics have just ruined, you know, have ruined relationships and 45 00:03:15.360 --> 00:03:17.639 how it's changed over the years and stuff, and so I just want to 46 00:03:17.639 --> 00:03:22.120 get your guys thoughts on it and talk about you know that, and I 47 00:03:22.159 --> 00:03:24.400 don't want to get into the whole you know this side that sign anything, 48 00:03:24.479 --> 00:03:28.680 but just a good part about how it's, you know, ruining some real 49 00:03:28.719 --> 00:03:31.159 big relationships and you know you, you know, you know you and I 50 00:03:31.199 --> 00:03:36.039 cut. You know, we're very different, but you know how that could, 51 00:03:36.039 --> 00:03:38.919 you know, has created some big issues for a lot of people out 52 00:03:38.919 --> 00:03:43.680 there. So that's my topic this week. All right, cool, what 53 00:03:43.800 --> 00:03:49.120 about you, Fonzi? Well, I'm going to go ahead and keep going 54 00:03:49.199 --> 00:03:52.360 with some weird ass topics, like I usually do, just because they catch 55 00:03:52.439 --> 00:03:57.240 my attention. And this is something that I've always kind of been fascinated about 56 00:03:57.240 --> 00:04:00.360 since I was a kid. You know, science fiction, you know frank 57 00:04:00.400 --> 00:04:02.439 you know I love science fiction and you know watching Star Wars and you know 58 00:04:02.479 --> 00:04:05.879 all those other movies and stuff like that. So what I'm talking about today 59 00:04:06.120 --> 00:04:13.280 is called a Kardishof scale, and I'll explain it and and detail what it 60 00:04:13.439 --> 00:04:16.839 is, and you know why I I'm so fascinated by it right now. 61 00:04:17.560 --> 00:04:23.680 But yeah, it's basically just about civilizations. Dude. Who are we, 62 00:04:23.680 --> 00:04:26.120 where we are, where we're going in the future? It's all about the 63 00:04:26.120 --> 00:04:28.600 future. You know, that's kind of one of the things that I think 64 00:04:28.639 --> 00:04:32.079 for a lot of kids, you know, we're always wondering about so it's 65 00:04:32.120 --> 00:04:34.360 kind of like brings out the kid in me. So that's what I'm talking 66 00:04:34.360 --> 00:04:39.759 about today. Sweet I can't wait to hear more about this. I tried 67 00:04:39.759 --> 00:04:42.360 to do a little bit of research myself, but I just started going down 68 00:04:42.399 --> 00:04:46.720 crazy rabbit whole. So hopefully you can shift ahead on that topic. I'M 69 00:04:46.720 --> 00:04:57.199 gonna be talking about when keeping it real goes wrong, and anyway, Internet 70 00:04:57.360 --> 00:05:01.079 rolls and I'm going to add a cherry on top and I'm going to tell 71 00:05:01.120 --> 00:05:06.040 the story that involves yours. Truly should be a good, funny story. 72 00:05:06.079 --> 00:05:10.000 And then I'm also going to talk be talking about a podcast that I came 73 00:05:10.040 --> 00:05:12.319 across, I don't know, maybe about a month or so ago. I 74 00:05:12.360 --> 00:05:15.199 don't know if you guys remember when I sent the link to everybody to check 75 00:05:15.240 --> 00:05:21.000 out this podcast. Looks like a six episode podcast about a Mexican singer from 76 00:05:21.079 --> 00:05:28.079 the s early, actually early late s early s Chineseo Sanchez, and any 77 00:05:28.199 --> 00:05:34.120 of the podcast was called evil all the ballot of Chalino Sanchez. So it's 78 00:05:34.639 --> 00:05:39.720 pretty cool podcast. I was expecting. I'll talk about what what, how 79 00:05:39.720 --> 00:05:43.160 it went down and what I expected and what actually got out of it. 80 00:05:43.240 --> 00:05:48.319 So who wants to go first? I really interested in hearing that first story. 81 00:05:48.360 --> 00:05:50.920 Now about you go first? So that one out is when keeping it 82 00:05:51.040 --> 00:05:59.319 real goes wrong. Okay, when keep any real goes wrong. So let 83 00:05:59.319 --> 00:06:01.560 me start off with this little story here. So this story takes us back 84 00:06:01.600 --> 00:06:05.800 to and I was like second or third grade. So how old are you 85 00:06:05.839 --> 00:06:11.439 in your second third grade? Like nine, seven, maybe eight seven. 86 00:06:11.600 --> 00:06:15.199 Okay, say I was seven eight. It might have been around that time. 87 00:06:15.839 --> 00:06:20.240 Let's say I was seven. And so I have myself, like I'm 88 00:06:20.279 --> 00:06:26.160 sure a lot of the listeners out there, you probably either have a cousin 89 00:06:26.279 --> 00:06:33.279 or you know of a person named Chewy, and I see this identify find 90 00:06:33.279 --> 00:06:38.399 who this person actually is, because there's like a kajillion chew he's out there. 91 00:06:38.480 --> 00:06:42.920 So this is our cousin. Chewy. Takes us back to when I 92 00:06:42.959 --> 00:06:46.079 was in like I said, said, I'll seven years old, and at 93 00:06:46.120 --> 00:06:50.639 the time, for some reason that you do, you never get phone calls. 94 00:06:50.680 --> 00:06:53.879 But my mom called me and says hey, Chu, we wants to 95 00:06:53.920 --> 00:06:57.199 talk to you on the phone. And all right, what's going on? 96 00:06:57.360 --> 00:07:00.920 So we're talking on the phone and chew he's like, Hey, I got 97 00:07:00.040 --> 00:07:06.480 Kevin over here. Kevin says you can beat your ass. Well, at 98 00:07:06.519 --> 00:07:15.040 this time we were like complete savages do because every weekend we would watch WWF 99 00:07:15.120 --> 00:07:18.759 and we would throw the mattresses down on the floor and just go at it, 100 00:07:18.800 --> 00:07:23.519 like all Chui's friends. Me, like you, we're just going at 101 00:07:23.560 --> 00:07:30.160 it like freaking limbs getting bent back, people's eyes getting busted, people going 102 00:07:30.240 --> 00:07:31.680 home with cheek tone is all over, you know what I'm saying. Like 103 00:07:31.759 --> 00:07:36.759 we were fighting, dude, we were fighting. And so I was a 104 00:07:36.800 --> 00:07:40.480 few years younger than chew and friends. So I was like, Dude, 105 00:07:40.600 --> 00:07:45.600 I will tear up Kevin and so, because I wanted to be a Badass 106 00:07:45.600 --> 00:07:49.079 and I wanted to impress my older cousin, I just started talking mad, 107 00:07:49.160 --> 00:07:55.800 mad crap to this kid named Kevin and and thinking Kevin everything that I was. 108 00:07:56.079 --> 00:07:59.639 It was like Chui was on the phone. I was telling true and 109 00:07:59.680 --> 00:08:03.000 in Chui would tell Kevin, then Kevin would tell choose and then he would 110 00:08:03.000 --> 00:08:07.120 tell me, and dud. We went like it was. Went like that 111 00:08:07.279 --> 00:08:11.920 every day until Saturday, because on Friday I went to go spend the night 112 00:08:11.920 --> 00:08:20.399 and then Saturday was going to be fighting day. All right, do you 113 00:08:20.439 --> 00:08:22.720 remember? Do you remember any of the sick Burns that you were telling you 114 00:08:22.920 --> 00:08:28.079 to tell Kevin? I don't remember. I would have personally gone with like 115 00:08:28.399 --> 00:08:31.960 me, I would have personally gone with. Like Kevin is a stupid name. 116 00:08:33.039 --> 00:08:35.519 anyways, who the fuck's name is Kevin, stupid ass your mom has 117 00:08:37.039 --> 00:08:46.039 you know. Sorry, it's all the CHEMICOL. I'm just playing. Sorry, 118 00:08:46.120 --> 00:08:48.879 Kevin. A lot of much love, Kevin. We really love you 119 00:08:48.519 --> 00:08:56.759 all. There was probably those TV your Mama Jokes and everything. This was 120 00:08:56.840 --> 00:08:58.759 way before that, dude. This was like in the S, you know, 121 00:09:00.039 --> 00:09:05.360 saying I'm forty five right now, talk about when I'll set. I'm 122 00:09:05.399 --> 00:09:11.440 not good at Matt so somebody tell us in the comments out what you do 123 00:09:11.600 --> 00:09:15.600 that right now? All right, so, Um, yeah, so, 124 00:09:16.120 --> 00:09:20.919 dude, we we set it up, we got we all the adults in 125 00:09:20.960 --> 00:09:22.799 the house were like up front and all the kids went to go play in 126 00:09:22.840 --> 00:09:26.639 the garage and we just close the door and in the garage there was like 127 00:09:26.679 --> 00:09:30.360 a separate room in the garage. So we're like in a room, in 128 00:09:30.399 --> 00:09:35.000 a room. So it's going to take a while before someone find out what 129 00:09:35.039 --> 00:09:39.279 we're doing. It was Super Fight Club. It was fight club, and 130 00:09:39.720 --> 00:09:43.120 I don't remember, I dude. I just remember like I shot in double 131 00:09:43.200 --> 00:09:46.639 leg, threw him on the ground and I ended up getting to his back, 132 00:09:46.679 --> 00:09:50.440 and I mean this was early s and, like I said, we 133 00:09:50.480 --> 00:09:54.759 watched a lot of wrestling, dude, lot of wrestling, and in the 134 00:09:54.799 --> 00:10:00.799 early S I mean like hum one of the moves that I knew was killer 135 00:10:01.279 --> 00:10:03.480 was the figure four leg long and I was clean at that way. That 136 00:10:03.559 --> 00:10:07.639 was my game, boy. But another one that was really, really hard 137 00:10:07.679 --> 00:10:11.639 to pull off because I was a lot smaller than most guys, was a 138 00:10:11.799 --> 00:10:16.600 move that was made famous by the Iron Chic, I don't know if you 139 00:10:18.240 --> 00:10:24.240 remember in yeah, yeah, he had a fish move that was called the 140 00:10:24.240 --> 00:10:28.200 camel clutch, and basically it was like you get on somebody's back, you 141 00:10:28.240 --> 00:10:33.480 get them almost like in a fool Nelson, with your fingers like interlaced, 142 00:10:33.519 --> 00:10:39.159 and you put that underneath their Chin and you just roll back. So, 143 00:10:39.399 --> 00:10:43.080 yeah, I got Kevin and the Camel Clutch and I did not let go 144 00:10:43.120 --> 00:10:48.720 and tell that motherfucker start crying, dude, and I said her, see, 145 00:10:48.879 --> 00:10:56.240 you're sorry, he's lass hard and then he went home crying and I 146 00:10:56.440 --> 00:11:03.799 was a never came back. She gets what you get being named Kevin. 147 00:11:03.720 --> 00:11:07.559 That's what happens when you poke the bear, fool, even if I was 148 00:11:07.600 --> 00:11:16.080 only forty pounds, damnaby bear's Bava. It was it was. It was 149 00:11:16.159 --> 00:11:18.039 sick, man. It was crazy, you know. I mean it's just 150 00:11:18.080 --> 00:11:20.559 like, imagine you're fighting in front of your big brother. So you're not 151 00:11:20.559 --> 00:11:22.279 going to do you don't want to look sorry. Do you gonna give it 152 00:11:22.360 --> 00:11:28.559 your all, Bro? So I win a thousand miles an hour. What 153 00:11:28.679 --> 00:11:33.279 did true say? I was just thinking. I don't even remember, do 154 00:11:33.279 --> 00:11:35.519 you? But I'm just thinking, like who was he trying to set up? 155 00:11:35.600 --> 00:11:37.799 Was He trying to set out me, or was he trying to set 156 00:11:37.879 --> 00:11:41.519 up Kevin? Who knows? But then that started getting me down the road 157 00:11:41.559 --> 00:11:46.519 of as you guys know, Kevin Holland UFC fighters been in the news a 158 00:11:46.519 --> 00:11:50.240 lot lately for a handful of things, but one of the things that stood 159 00:11:50.240 --> 00:11:54.960 out to me was, I think it was like back in February. Did 160 00:11:54.000 --> 00:12:00.279 you guys remember that he flew in an Internet troll that was just talking match 161 00:12:00.320 --> 00:12:03.879 shit to him and decided that he was going to teach him a lesson? 162 00:12:03.919 --> 00:12:11.480 Anybody remember this? No, no, tell him. All right, so 163 00:12:11.600 --> 00:12:16.440 I have it written down here as let me see. Did it go? 164 00:12:22.600 --> 00:12:26.759 Ah, here we go. I think it was back in February. There 165 00:12:26.799 --> 00:12:30.519 was a guy that was talking shit to Kevin Holland. He got into his 166 00:12:30.679 --> 00:12:35.120 DM's and he was saying questioning his black belt in Jiu Jitsu, saying that 167 00:12:35.159 --> 00:12:37.799 he would sub them, saying he would kick his ass and he was saying 168 00:12:37.799 --> 00:12:43.360 he was ducking him. Well, Finally Kevin Holland had enough and he actually 169 00:12:43.399 --> 00:12:46.720 flew the dude out, got him a hotel, took him out to dinner 170 00:12:46.720 --> 00:12:50.879 and then the next day beat the shit at him. There's bits and pieces 171 00:12:50.919 --> 00:12:54.639 of the video up on Youtube, and I mean I'm saying he beat the 172 00:12:54.639 --> 00:12:56.720 shit out of him, but it just looked like he was. They were 173 00:12:56.759 --> 00:13:01.000 just doing Jiu Jitsu. So He subbed him a few times and then in 174 00:13:01.039 --> 00:13:05.679 one particular instance he subbed him and then he like slapped him in the stomach 175 00:13:05.720 --> 00:13:09.279 with his bare hand because his shirt, his rash guard, was lifted up. 176 00:13:09.279 --> 00:13:11.879 So they were they both were in there. He so it was a 177 00:13:11.879 --> 00:13:16.759 gee match. There's not a lot of the fight. They're just it starts 178 00:13:16.799 --> 00:13:20.600 off with them on their feet. The Guy Shoots in. They he looks 179 00:13:20.600 --> 00:13:24.759 super tired. So who knows how long they had been going before, but 180 00:13:24.080 --> 00:13:30.799 it was a sorry takedown. Kevin stuffs it and then proceed eats to get 181 00:13:30.960 --> 00:13:33.360 him in a Dars or an Anaconda, I want to say, and then 182 00:13:33.480 --> 00:13:37.639 the guy eventually he does, but before he does that, the guy tries 183 00:13:37.679 --> 00:13:41.600 to do some bullshit ass invert when and then that's when Kevin Sinks in the 184 00:13:41.679 --> 00:13:45.720 choke and then he taps him, and then as soon as he taps and 185 00:13:45.840 --> 00:13:50.039 that's when he slaps him in the stomach. But what, Dude, why 186 00:13:50.039 --> 00:13:54.039 would you do that? Why would you think that it's okay to call out 187 00:13:54.080 --> 00:14:01.679 a person that fights for a living? I don't know, man like people 188 00:14:01.720 --> 00:14:03.320 fucking trying to get famous too, you know what I mean? Like maybe 189 00:14:03.320 --> 00:14:05.240 that's what it is. Maybe just like, Hey, you know what, 190 00:14:05.279 --> 00:14:09.639 if I talking of Shit, I'll get my fifteen minutes and people notice me. 191 00:14:09.840 --> 00:14:13.080 I mean, it could be ready. Think, think about it. 192 00:14:13.080 --> 00:14:15.639 Think about it. What if the dude is actually pretty fucking good in Jiu 193 00:14:15.720 --> 00:14:18.279 Jitsu and he ends up fucking subbing, you know, Kevin Holland? You 194 00:14:18.320 --> 00:14:24.080 know I mean, like that could be like his starting point to do something 195 00:14:24.080 --> 00:14:26.840 good, you know I mean, I don't know, that could be a 196 00:14:26.840 --> 00:14:31.360 motivation this. Now let me let me tell you about another story. There's 197 00:14:31.360 --> 00:14:37.120 a man by the name of Patrick Martin who wanted to call out a former 198 00:14:37.240 --> 00:14:43.480 UFC fighter. And this story goes back to two thousand Gosh. I didn't 199 00:14:43.519 --> 00:14:48.039 get the dates, but this is like early two thousand and six, two 200 00:14:48.080 --> 00:14:52.200 thousand seven. Somewhere around that time, Josh near, Josh the dentist near. 201 00:14:52.240 --> 00:14:54.080 I don't know if you guys remember that guy. He used to be 202 00:14:54.159 --> 00:14:58.519 a welterweight fighter in the UFC. Well, no, this guy starts saying 203 00:14:58.519 --> 00:15:03.320 deal they this guy starts messaging him, says full contact me and you Monday. 204 00:15:03.360 --> 00:15:07.360 You pick the gloves. I recommend sixteen ounce, four ounce. I'll 205 00:15:07.399 --> 00:15:11.919 put you in an ambulance. Ask Mike Banya. I'll be there Monday. 206 00:15:11.080 --> 00:15:16.639 And then Josh says you're tripping, we don't need any gloves. See You 207 00:15:16.720 --> 00:15:20.840 on Monday. Then the dude replies back, we'll see if you if you're 208 00:15:20.879 --> 00:15:24.559 tough. You said you box at eighteen. You won't hit me and guarantee 209 00:15:24.639 --> 00:15:28.120 laying your little ass out. You were the worst spider at champions. I 210 00:15:28.159 --> 00:15:33.679 know, pat, I come from Banyas remember that. But you won't choke. 211 00:15:33.799 --> 00:15:37.600 Submission nothing you're good at. So you better have hands the dennist. 212 00:15:37.279 --> 00:15:41.000 Lol, you're a fucking joke. You will respect me, though, and 213 00:15:41.039 --> 00:15:45.759 I hope we can be friends afterwards. I'll send you guys this video. 214 00:15:45.799 --> 00:15:48.360 Maybe I can post a link later, but the video is only thirty six 215 00:15:48.360 --> 00:15:52.879 seconds and you forward a little bit later and it's them in a in the 216 00:15:54.120 --> 00:16:00.840 in the gym fighting and Josh near has the dude almost turtled up on his 217 00:16:00.879 --> 00:16:06.960 side, kind of like like in a fetal position. Dude, he drops 218 00:16:06.960 --> 00:16:12.279 like eight uncontested elbows on him and then switches and drops like three or four 219 00:16:12.360 --> 00:16:15.799 more right hands and then like a bunch of guys come in to break them 220 00:16:15.840 --> 00:16:19.559 off, but before they pull them off, he kicks them in the stomach. 221 00:16:19.639 --> 00:16:26.799 Hell a hard shit. That's great. That one would that one was 222 00:16:26.799 --> 00:16:30.519 brutal. Dude. It was like watching a very bad that bad street fight. 223 00:16:32.240 --> 00:16:36.480 So again when keeping it real goes wrong, and again I'll send you 224 00:16:36.559 --> 00:16:41.279 guys that link so you can check it out. The another time this ended 225 00:16:41.360 --> 00:16:48.360 up happening was with a fighter that we're all familiar with, Josh cost check. 226 00:16:48.759 --> 00:16:55.080 You guys remember cost check? Yeah, yeah, not a fan favorite 227 00:16:55.120 --> 00:17:00.480 nonetheless, but this is a cool story. So, not soon after he 228 00:17:00.679 --> 00:17:03.480 finished the being on the ultimate fighter, you know, ultimate fighter season one. 229 00:17:03.480 --> 00:17:08.799 He was part of that first class and for some reason he started training 230 00:17:08.839 --> 00:17:14.200 with Jennifer Alkhorn at like gold gym here in Fresno. So he kind of 231 00:17:14.240 --> 00:17:17.920 settled here in the valley and he would get a lot of a lot of 232 00:17:17.960 --> 00:17:23.079 like gigs, showing up and just doing like meeting greets. So I read 233 00:17:23.119 --> 00:17:27.200 somewhere in one of the forums on sure dog that one weekend he was doing 234 00:17:27.240 --> 00:17:32.240 a meat and greet at a local gold card dealership when like a bunch of 235 00:17:32.279 --> 00:17:36.440 biker guys showed up on street bikes and one of them and they get in 236 00:17:36.480 --> 00:17:40.680 line to get an autograph and one of them keeps asking cost check, Hey, 237 00:17:40.759 --> 00:17:44.680 if I fight you and I beat you, cannot. Does that like 238 00:17:44.720 --> 00:17:48.400 I can be in the UFC? Does that get me in? And I 239 00:17:48.440 --> 00:17:52.680 mean I'm not familiar with cors or his his sense of humor, but he 240 00:17:52.720 --> 00:17:56.640 was taking it as a joke and he said yeah, and he says okay, 241 00:17:56.640 --> 00:18:00.000 well, where can I fight you? And cost tells them to show 242 00:18:00.200 --> 00:18:03.720 up at a KA and San Jose. Give them the address and he says, 243 00:18:03.720 --> 00:18:07.359 okay, I'll be there on Monday. Dude, the guy fucking shows 244 00:18:07.480 --> 00:18:14.960 up. No, yeah, the guy shows up. There's a there's video 245 00:18:15.039 --> 00:18:19.400 of this, and Shout Out Carrie Ray, is one of our former training 246 00:18:19.440 --> 00:18:25.519 partners over at dethrone, crazy carry. When I told him this story, 247 00:18:25.759 --> 00:18:27.240 he goes, yeah, I know, I was there, I filmed it. 248 00:18:27.319 --> 00:18:30.920 I'm like, shut up, do you're such a liar? Dude. 249 00:18:32.039 --> 00:18:37.880 He is, because you can hear his voice on the video. We're any 250 00:18:37.960 --> 00:18:42.359 case Sandal's aver. So with dead on him, he wasn't lying. So 251 00:18:42.920 --> 00:18:48.359 fast forward back to the fight. He interviews the dude and the dude shows 252 00:18:48.400 --> 00:18:52.240 up with some friends on bikes and they put on gloves, they put on 253 00:18:52.240 --> 00:18:56.079 the what you call it the headgear, and they go at it. I 254 00:18:56.079 --> 00:19:00.000 think they did like three rounds where it was like one round of Jiu Jitsu 255 00:19:00.160 --> 00:19:03.240 then one round of striking, kind of like mixing it up, you know. 256 00:19:03.759 --> 00:19:10.599 And cost gets an Armbar. Cost like drops him with the body shot. 257 00:19:10.640 --> 00:19:14.160 Cost drops in with the high kick, like he just schools him, 258 00:19:14.200 --> 00:19:18.400 dude, he schools him, but he doesn't go as hard as Josh Near. 259 00:19:18.799 --> 00:19:23.359 So he teaches him a lesson but he doesn't make him see death, 260 00:19:23.400 --> 00:19:30.519 I guess. And you as drug fuck. But again just another instance of 261 00:19:30.559 --> 00:19:36.920 when people think that it's okay to do stuff like that. Like, dude, 262 00:19:36.920 --> 00:19:40.039 I wouldn't call out a doctor and be like, fool, I can 263 00:19:40.079 --> 00:19:42.359 cut me better than you can cut you know I'm saying, like, I 264 00:19:42.359 --> 00:19:48.759 wouldn't call out I don't know. I mean that maybe this is this might 265 00:19:48.839 --> 00:19:51.680 lead into what you're going to be talking about, because because I kind of 266 00:19:51.680 --> 00:19:55.359 have this to say about it. Or whereas we're in this day and age 267 00:19:55.400 --> 00:20:00.319 now of Internet, where everybody thinks that they can do and say whatever the 268 00:20:00.359 --> 00:20:04.640 fuck they want and and it's okay, regardless of what they're saying or what 269 00:20:04.680 --> 00:20:08.799 they're doing, as long as they think that it's okay. And it's not 270 00:20:08.839 --> 00:20:12.720 okay, obviously, and unfortunately we can't do with. These fighters did, 271 00:20:12.759 --> 00:20:18.119 and they're lucky that they didn't get arrested. Aka, and I'm not talking 272 00:20:18.119 --> 00:20:19.920 about the gym, I'm talking about King Velaski is, who you guys all 273 00:20:19.960 --> 00:20:25.279 knows, been in the news recently for taking the law into his own hands. 274 00:20:25.319 --> 00:20:27.400 And Dude, a thousand times out of a thousand time we would all 275 00:20:27.440 --> 00:20:30.240 do the same thing. You know I'm saying. We all wanted to that. 276 00:20:33.079 --> 00:20:36.559 So hopefully things get situated over there. But yeah, man, that's 277 00:20:36.599 --> 00:20:41.039 my story when keeping it real goes wrong. Shout out here. I hope 278 00:20:41.079 --> 00:20:51.680 you're doing pastic and I hope you're a vertebrae, a line back. All 279 00:20:51.759 --> 00:20:53.319 right, that's good, man, that's good. I like that. I 280 00:20:53.359 --> 00:20:57.079 like that. It's nice little levity to start Sunday morning. Cool Shit. 281 00:20:57.240 --> 00:21:02.960 Yeah, and you want to go next? Yeah, yeah, I'll bring 282 00:21:03.000 --> 00:21:04.000 it down to that way you can bring it back up in the air. 283 00:21:11.440 --> 00:21:15.000 I was looking in a frankie saying I'm like, and it is your topic, 284 00:21:15.079 --> 00:21:18.000 and I'm like, Damn, why don't you got to bring you sit 285 00:21:18.079 --> 00:21:22.480 down. No, it's so good now. No, so, I mean 286 00:21:22.519 --> 00:21:26.279 my topic I was thinking or want to talk about this way, especially with 287 00:21:26.319 --> 00:21:30.000 you guys. I mean, you know, for all the listeners out there 288 00:21:30.000 --> 00:21:33.920 that don't know, like you know, Frankie is not only my cousin, 289 00:21:33.960 --> 00:21:36.440 but he's like, you know, he's been like a brother. You know, 290 00:21:36.559 --> 00:21:38.319 like when you talked about, you know, the old chewy and you 291 00:21:38.359 --> 00:21:42.279 know older cousin and everything like that, that was frankie was like my Chewi. 292 00:21:42.400 --> 00:21:45.920 So that, you know, growing up and anything. So you know, 293 00:21:45.000 --> 00:21:48.400 Frankie's had to because of my life has built in, as you know, 294 00:21:48.440 --> 00:21:52.799 the older brother, sometimes even though, and sometimes even the father at 295 00:21:52.799 --> 00:21:56.160 times. You know. So and because of you know Frankie, I've grown 296 00:21:56.240 --> 00:21:59.240 to have a lot of people in my life that, you know, are 297 00:21:59.319 --> 00:22:03.400 now I would consider family. One would be real fonzo. You know, 298 00:22:03.920 --> 00:22:07.960 I meant Farso because of you know, Frankie. So so, you know, 299 00:22:07.119 --> 00:22:11.319 come talking to you guys about this, you know, topic of you 300 00:22:11.319 --> 00:22:15.359 know, how politics can ruin things and and and, you know, just 301 00:22:15.400 --> 00:22:18.119 wanted to get your thoughts and, you know because, like Frankie said, 302 00:22:18.119 --> 00:22:22.000 you know, people get online and, you know, and and just write 303 00:22:22.079 --> 00:22:23.960 whatever they want to ride or say whatever they want to say, and it 304 00:22:25.119 --> 00:22:27.640 just it turns things better. And that it just went from you know, 305 00:22:27.680 --> 00:22:32.680 it's writing this people this week. And you know, I was thinking about 306 00:22:32.799 --> 00:22:34.440 how politics used to be back in the day, when we were younger. 307 00:22:34.519 --> 00:22:38.240 No one talked about politics really, like that wasn't thing you talked about, 308 00:22:38.400 --> 00:22:41.599 like in the privacy of their home maybe, and even that it was kind 309 00:22:41.640 --> 00:22:45.160 of like, Hey, who'd you vote for? It now I don't know, 310 00:22:45.680 --> 00:22:47.559 I'm not telling you. I just vote it, like you don't know, 311 00:22:47.640 --> 00:22:51.920 one really talked about now where it was it was yeah, and then 312 00:22:51.960 --> 00:22:56.200 not only that, like I always think, like how people talked about politics, 313 00:22:56.319 --> 00:23:02.200 like there wasn't no there wasn't no mudslinging, it was just facts. 314 00:23:02.200 --> 00:23:06.000 It's just this is what it is. Or maybe it wasn't facts, but 315 00:23:06.160 --> 00:23:08.519 there was definitely like no name calling. There wasn't people seeing, Hey, 316 00:23:08.559 --> 00:23:12.000 it's their fault, it's this fault. It's like, regardless of who you 317 00:23:12.119 --> 00:23:15.599 voted for or and whether they want or not, or like all right, 318 00:23:15.599 --> 00:23:18.839 we're in the boat. We're all in this sambo. So it doesn't matter 319 00:23:18.880 --> 00:23:22.799 who you pick to to lead the boat. Now we're in the boat and 320 00:23:22.839 --> 00:23:26.599 we got to live in this boat. So how can we fix the boat? 321 00:23:26.640 --> 00:23:30.400 That's right where I feel defined. Yeah, and even every even on 322 00:23:30.920 --> 00:23:36.319 that know, like you know, after like it doesn't it would like once 323 00:23:36.359 --> 00:23:40.279 that person got elected or whatever whatever, when you voted for whatever it like 324 00:23:40.359 --> 00:23:41.839 you said everyone was in the book, but you didn't go back and we're 325 00:23:41.880 --> 00:23:45.079 like Oh, you know, and just like you know what, I can't. 326 00:23:45.200 --> 00:23:47.559 You know, I can't be prejud you or you can. You can't 327 00:23:47.559 --> 00:23:52.240 even be my cousin. You know, whatever is like Whoa it's like changing 328 00:23:52.279 --> 00:23:56.240 it. And I was talking to to to Justin. That's long ago and 329 00:23:56.279 --> 00:24:00.359 he was even telling me that. You know, even on the he's like 330 00:24:00.480 --> 00:24:03.160 dating websites. Really would even putting it as the initial things. You're like 331 00:24:03.720 --> 00:24:07.680 telling something. You know, you're cutting people out of your life you don't 332 00:24:07.680 --> 00:24:11.880 even met before, don't even know they're back or anything, just based on 333 00:24:11.920 --> 00:24:15.440 who they voted for. Like and yeah, that's something laying. It's such 334 00:24:15.440 --> 00:24:19.160 a created. You know what? That should be a sign to him to 335 00:24:19.200 --> 00:24:22.559 be like, Oh, I don't even need to talk to a person like 336 00:24:22.599 --> 00:24:26.319 that because they're so close minded. I'm saying, like right, why would 337 00:24:26.359 --> 00:24:29.960 you even want to? Not? Yeah, that's too bad, but that's 338 00:24:30.079 --> 00:24:33.240 the way it is. You know, I'm saying, like, because you 339 00:24:33.319 --> 00:24:38.519 love Pineapple on pizza, I don't know if you left pizza like strawberries. 340 00:24:38.519 --> 00:24:41.400 Am I hurt? Okay, well, there you go. You know, 341 00:24:41.400 --> 00:24:45.519 I'm saying, I don't think I'll Funzo's any different because he likes strawberries on 342 00:24:45.559 --> 00:24:49.000 his pizza or because he puts pintal beans on his pizza. You know, 343 00:24:49.039 --> 00:24:53.680 I'm saying, who cares? That's just a part of what makes out Fonzo 344 00:24:53.880 --> 00:25:00.759 and and unfortunately, maybe it could be that the relationships aren't strong enough to 345 00:25:00.920 --> 00:25:06.400 overcome those differences. You know I'm saying because, like, why would I 346 00:25:06.440 --> 00:25:10.039 hate you? Because you're like Nah, dude, return of the Jedi is 347 00:25:10.079 --> 00:25:14.079 by far the best star wars movie of all time. I I'm and I'm 348 00:25:14.119 --> 00:25:18.559 like, Nawful, empire strikes back is the greatest star wars movie of all 349 00:25:18.599 --> 00:25:22.200 time. WHO GETS A fuck? Okay, if that's what you think, 350 00:25:22.240 --> 00:25:26.400 you're allowed to think that, and doesn't make you any less or aim better 351 00:25:26.440 --> 00:25:30.680 than someone else who thinks differently. So just let it go. But right, 352 00:25:30.000 --> 00:25:33.319 but it's so, it's just well much. I just like this, 353 00:25:33.359 --> 00:25:38.119 this agent just so much. With like Internet anything, it's like you get, 354 00:25:38.119 --> 00:25:44.240 you get a lot of it, doesn't people doing? Unplug when things 355 00:25:44.279 --> 00:25:49.200 get root, you know, like you said, when here's well, my 356 00:25:49.319 --> 00:25:55.279 thought on that too, though, is you're right. You hear a lot 357 00:25:55.319 --> 00:25:57.759 more about it now. You like politics, and you know, just people's 358 00:25:57.759 --> 00:26:03.400 opinions and stuff like that, and I think that's the major issue. Like 359 00:26:03.720 --> 00:26:08.839 with social media and the Internet and technology and stuff like that, like it 360 00:26:08.920 --> 00:26:14.440 gave a voice to everybody, and that's one of the things that we didn't 361 00:26:14.519 --> 00:26:18.720 have before, right, like people weren't getting on TV and the radio and 362 00:26:18.920 --> 00:26:25.599 shouting you know what they're what their opinions were, and I think that kept 363 00:26:25.640 --> 00:26:29.400 everything low key, you know what I mean. So that, I think, 364 00:26:29.480 --> 00:26:32.400 is part of the problem, the fact that so many people are voicing 365 00:26:32.440 --> 00:26:37.319 their opinions about what's going on. So they're maybe not having those conversations in 366 00:26:37.359 --> 00:26:41.799 private, you know what I mean, like they should. For example, 367 00:26:41.839 --> 00:26:45.000 look, I don't think that that, like, like couples, because you 368 00:26:45.039 --> 00:26:48.839 just mentioned dating, right. I don't think couples have to have a hundred 369 00:26:48.839 --> 00:26:53.200 percent unison when it comes to their political views. Of course that's not going 370 00:26:53.240 --> 00:26:56.440 to happen. You know I mean, like you have dissenting views and that's 371 00:26:56.480 --> 00:27:02.319 okay, but the problem is that, like, you're not having these conversations 372 00:27:02.319 --> 00:27:04.960 in private with your partner, because there are some topics that are going to 373 00:27:06.000 --> 00:27:07.160 make or break you. You know I mean, like there's some things that 374 00:27:07.200 --> 00:27:12.799 you can disagree with so fundamentally that you know you may not be able to 375 00:27:12.839 --> 00:27:18.200 continue relationship with your partner. You know what I mean? It just they're 376 00:27:18.279 --> 00:27:21.359 just some things or just deal breakers. It's kind of like, you know, 377 00:27:21.400 --> 00:27:23.279 spending money. Just don't be any how cowboys fan and then you don't 378 00:27:23.319 --> 00:27:26.799 got to worry about it. But you know what I mean. It's like 379 00:27:26.839 --> 00:27:30.960 that. Spending money. It like money, such a big topic and in 380 00:27:30.039 --> 00:27:34.920 the relationship that if you and your partner are not at least in a place 381 00:27:34.960 --> 00:27:40.440 where both of you can be comfortable living in that space like then that relationship 382 00:27:40.480 --> 00:27:44.039 is a in a work out very well. So in not every single thing 383 00:27:44.039 --> 00:27:48.519 about politics is like that, but there are some very fundamental items in politics 384 00:27:48.519 --> 00:27:52.000 that could cause us that type of an issue. Right. So you should 385 00:27:52.039 --> 00:27:56.680 be having these conversations with your partner in private, right and figuring out if 386 00:27:56.720 --> 00:28:00.039 we can go ahead and, you know, live together and continued relationship. 387 00:28:00.079 --> 00:28:03.039 The problem is that these conversations are not happening in private. They're happening in 388 00:28:03.079 --> 00:28:07.240 public. Like partner, or people are in general, are putting this out 389 00:28:07.319 --> 00:28:11.759 on the Internet. So and then what they're putting out on the Internet isn't 390 00:28:11.799 --> 00:28:15.960 really also their own views, is kind of somebody else views. It's recycled 391 00:28:15.039 --> 00:28:21.680 all and then spack back out like it's means. I mean it's political memes 392 00:28:21.720 --> 00:28:25.319 and it's it's somebody else's views that you're just putting back out to the Internet. 393 00:28:25.400 --> 00:28:29.359 It's not even what you think, and I think that's the biggest problem 394 00:28:29.359 --> 00:28:32.200 here. So people look at that, they look at those memes. They 395 00:28:32.200 --> 00:28:36.759 can be misinterpreted, they can they might not be found their full story, 396 00:28:36.960 --> 00:28:40.559 right, and you know what I mean. And then you know, people 397 00:28:40.720 --> 00:28:45.640 can look at those and whether it's like your romantic partner or your friend or 398 00:28:45.680 --> 00:28:49.240 your cousin or your mom or your whatever, these people can look at these 399 00:28:49.279 --> 00:28:53.559 means anything that you're putting out. And Yeah, I mean at this day 400 00:28:53.559 --> 00:28:57.720 and age, people can get triggered by those things and then that causes problems. 401 00:28:57.759 --> 00:29:02.640 And why does it cause problems? Because you're not talking about it in 402 00:29:02.920 --> 00:29:08.160 in private. It's all in the public space. So it's it's so easy 403 00:29:08.480 --> 00:29:15.920 to to misinterpret, to to misconstrue and just to kind of label each other 404 00:29:15.920 --> 00:29:21.079 and then put each other on a negative space, you know what I mean, 405 00:29:21.400 --> 00:29:25.400 where if we had these conversations in private, you would get to know 406 00:29:25.440 --> 00:29:30.400 people, right, like you add like we let's. I mean honestly, 407 00:29:30.039 --> 00:29:34.799 the three of us here have very different political views. Right. I don't 408 00:29:34.799 --> 00:29:38.359 think we've had full conversations about them a hundred percent, but we had a 409 00:29:38.359 --> 00:29:41.119 few conversations here and there. So you know where, we know, we 410 00:29:41.160 --> 00:29:45.559 all know when each other stands, and but that doesn't mean I'm going to 411 00:29:45.559 --> 00:29:48.079 stop being your friend. Why? Because we've had some of these conversations already. 412 00:29:48.160 --> 00:29:51.319 Does that make sense? But some people, somebody who might not know 413 00:29:51.359 --> 00:29:55.000 you or might not know me and I start putting this stuff out there, 414 00:29:55.000 --> 00:29:57.880 well, can be automatically shut off because of what I'm putting out there. 415 00:29:59.200 --> 00:30:02.960 And we have and had that conversation where we can kind of read some sort 416 00:30:03.000 --> 00:30:08.279 of either like just a level of understanding as individuals, and I think that's 417 00:30:08.359 --> 00:30:11.920 problem. I think it's a problem. Is that just people are putting it 418 00:30:11.960 --> 00:30:17.640 out there without like having those private conversations. Yeah, I definitely hadn't noticed 419 00:30:17.680 --> 00:30:19.480 that, like you know, amongst all the friends and everything like that. 420 00:30:19.599 --> 00:30:25.880 I Know I've noticed that there's and again, these are I mean I'm you 421 00:30:25.880 --> 00:30:27.720 guys are all my friends. I mean not freaking because of your family, 422 00:30:27.759 --> 00:30:33.599 but all everyone that's been on the show, or whatever it's typically on the 423 00:30:33.680 --> 00:30:36.440 show. You know all the Frankie's friends, and I know them because the 424 00:30:36.519 --> 00:30:38.720 Frankie you know, and I've noticed, you know, from the outside looking 425 00:30:38.759 --> 00:30:41.480 in, like you got. Yeah, you're right, a lot of you 426 00:30:41.480 --> 00:30:45.559 guys have different Dan Eddie, you know, you, Frank Hung, you 427 00:30:45.599 --> 00:30:49.480 know all have, you know, similar and different, you know, background, 428 00:30:49.559 --> 00:30:55.480 different views and political views and everything. And it's GIG and it's never, 429 00:30:55.680 --> 00:30:57.359 as far as I know, is never, you know, cause any 430 00:30:57.480 --> 00:31:00.519 risk between everything and breaking. I will have complished it. Well, some 431 00:31:00.640 --> 00:31:03.079 be conversations of not too lot of it. We had, you know, 432 00:31:03.160 --> 00:31:07.559 a deep conversation. It kind of it went, you know, a few 433 00:31:07.680 --> 00:31:11.119 days long conversation, but it never changed the relationship. But I mean, 434 00:31:11.359 --> 00:31:15.759 you think about it now, like it's even becoming a thing. Were not 435 00:31:15.799 --> 00:31:21.839 only what you say, but how you dress, what you wear, you 436 00:31:21.880 --> 00:31:26.279 know, is even spotlighting where your views on something. People are taking are 437 00:31:26.400 --> 00:31:30.200 taking that in and running with you. I'm not going to stop wearing crocs. 438 00:31:30.200 --> 00:31:37.359 Aunt got to stop it. that. That's where I draw the line, 439 00:31:37.400 --> 00:31:42.519 man, fuck you, just just do you off on zone. Just 440 00:31:42.640 --> 00:31:47.440 do you, Bro thanks, frank, appreciate that. Just not a problem. 441 00:31:47.559 --> 00:31:56.160 Just don't care. Yeah, no, you're right, man, you're 442 00:31:56.279 --> 00:32:01.240 right. It is. It's interesting the way things have changed, you know, 443 00:32:01.359 --> 00:32:07.799 but fu I don't know. I would you know. Yeah, and 444 00:32:07.799 --> 00:32:13.519 and the you know, the world is different in that way. So what's 445 00:32:13.519 --> 00:32:15.079 the answer? I don't know, man. I mean because the Internet isn't 446 00:32:15.079 --> 00:32:19.839 going to isn't going to shut off, you know. I mean like it's 447 00:32:19.880 --> 00:32:23.480 just it's going to keep going. So, you know, people are going 448 00:32:23.480 --> 00:32:29.240 to have that voice and what they choose to do with it is gonna you 449 00:32:29.240 --> 00:32:31.240 know, it's always going to impact what how people view them. So, 450 00:32:31.559 --> 00:32:35.039 yeah, it is what it is. You know what I mean? Like, 451 00:32:36.720 --> 00:32:42.079 I think maybe just we have to as a culture, as everybody put 452 00:32:42.119 --> 00:32:45.559 together, we just kind of have to see how it's affecting us and maybe 453 00:32:45.680 --> 00:32:51.960 change the way we do things and how we interact with the Internet. Yeah, 454 00:32:51.960 --> 00:32:53.640 I don't know, man, that's a tough one. Yeah, it 455 00:32:53.640 --> 00:32:57.839 just seems like, you know, even you know, as we go on 456 00:32:57.880 --> 00:33:00.720 in time, it's just going to make it down much harder for people to 457 00:33:00.759 --> 00:33:04.519 do that because it's so easy to be on the Internet, you know, 458 00:33:04.640 --> 00:33:07.759 and like, like you said, you know, doe things do things that 459 00:33:07.799 --> 00:33:12.920 they normally wouldn't do. Facetoface, you know. Yeah, yeah, the 460 00:33:13.200 --> 00:33:16.000 keyboard warriors out there. You know, that's unfortunate. You know that some 461 00:33:16.039 --> 00:33:22.640 people can't have civilized conversations about certain topics without feeling like they got to put 462 00:33:22.640 --> 00:33:27.279 somebody down instead of adding to the topic or to the conversation, help them 463 00:33:27.319 --> 00:33:31.680 to understand, you know, right now. Yeah, maybe maybe good will 464 00:33:31.720 --> 00:33:37.279 prevail and will figure out how to communicate like we used to facetoface, but 465 00:33:37.839 --> 00:33:42.880 in this whatever, this next version of communication is online. You know, 466 00:33:43.240 --> 00:33:49.640 whether you're them, you know, Meta verse now or or or how we 467 00:33:49.680 --> 00:33:55.119 communicate through our text or our apps or videos or whatever. But we definitely 468 00:33:55.119 --> 00:34:00.000 got to change because as a society, as a world, it's it's it's 469 00:34:00.160 --> 00:34:05.359 not falling out there. If, if you allow that stuff to get to 470 00:34:05.400 --> 00:34:08.880 you. You know, I'm saying, like sometimes I'll start reading comments about 471 00:34:08.880 --> 00:34:13.320 stuff and then I get filled with all this anger and rage and I'm like 472 00:34:13.480 --> 00:34:17.719 that's just turn it off. Year's let him, you know, let it 473 00:34:17.760 --> 00:34:23.719 be and just don't you know. So some people like pineapple, some people 474 00:34:23.840 --> 00:34:29.480 don't. Whatever, it doesn't matter. We don't puts out there. Will 475 00:34:29.519 --> 00:34:32.719 take what we said Ain gone that and maybe we can, maybe we can 476 00:34:32.800 --> 00:34:38.280 be the you know, the the spark that least of a fire change. 477 00:34:38.519 --> 00:34:44.480 Oh Yeah, a, yeah, that's not talking about and philosophical up in 478 00:34:44.519 --> 00:34:49.840 here. Let's do it. I'm not crying. You're crying right, my 479 00:34:49.960 --> 00:34:59.840 God, Damn Revolutionary. Yet just remember, remember me, all right, 480 00:35:00.599 --> 00:35:04.880 brings back, bring it back, all right. All right. So my 481 00:35:05.000 --> 00:35:07.679 topic actually, you know what, it's actually nice little segue because we're talking 482 00:35:07.719 --> 00:35:12.639 about the future, right. So, so the cards of scale is what 483 00:35:12.960 --> 00:35:17.280 I'm talking about today and it was originally designed by Whoa Shit, my computer, 484 00:35:17.320 --> 00:35:23.400 just do shit, all right, by by Russian astrophysicist Nicola Kardashchev, 485 00:35:23.440 --> 00:35:29.000 in one thousand nine hundred and sixty four. Okay, so it's basically a 486 00:35:29.039 --> 00:35:35.039 theory of, you know, the types of you civilizations that can exist in 487 00:35:35.320 --> 00:35:42.320 in the universe, and it's based off of energy and how civilizations use energy. 488 00:35:42.800 --> 00:35:52.920 And his original design was three different, what's it called scales. So 489 00:35:52.960 --> 00:35:59.599 it's a three tier scale. So a type one civilization is a civilization where 490 00:35:59.639 --> 00:36:04.719 they can use they they they're able to harness the entire energy of their planet 491 00:36:04.840 --> 00:36:10.039 and the energy coming from their home star, right. So basically they're able 492 00:36:10.079 --> 00:36:15.119 to like a take that energy, Huh, like us, kind of like 493 00:36:15.199 --> 00:36:19.639 right now, would we be? WOULD WE BE CONCERNED? Level One? 494 00:36:20.199 --> 00:36:23.559 No. Actually, if you take what we're doing right now and plug it 495 00:36:23.559 --> 00:36:29.239 into the Kardashop scale. We're actually a type zero civilization. We're not a 496 00:36:29.280 --> 00:36:32.079 Typehoo, not even at that level. Yeah, so, because, okay, 497 00:36:32.119 --> 00:36:42.360 so right now the earth we're using mostly fossil fuels for for energy, 498 00:36:42.599 --> 00:36:46.360 right, we're using coal, oil, that kind of stuff for energy. 499 00:36:47.280 --> 00:36:51.559 So that stuff is going to run out eventually. I mean we got shit 500 00:36:51.599 --> 00:36:53.679 ton of it and it's going to be a while before it runs out, 501 00:36:53.760 --> 00:36:57.000 but it's going to run out. I mean, there's no way you can 502 00:36:57.039 --> 00:37:00.159 sustain this on a galactic scale, you know what I'm saying? Like you 503 00:37:00.199 --> 00:37:02.719 can't do much with it. Like you can't. We've kind of gone like 504 00:37:02.800 --> 00:37:07.400 this is this is the most we're ever going to do with fossil fuels. 505 00:37:07.639 --> 00:37:09.920 A rocket to Mars, where people can go, is probably the most we're 506 00:37:09.960 --> 00:37:13.119 going to be able to do. Like we're not going to get, get, 507 00:37:13.119 --> 00:37:15.079 be able to do very much more with it, because that makes sense, 508 00:37:15.079 --> 00:37:19.280 because it just it just, yeah, it doesn't give you them much 509 00:37:19.280 --> 00:37:24.079 for them much power out fishing enough, right. Right. So, we're 510 00:37:24.119 --> 00:37:29.000 not. We're not. We're not there yet. So type one is where 511 00:37:29.039 --> 00:37:31.519 you can take the energy from the sun, from the earth, like geothermal, 512 00:37:31.519 --> 00:37:36.519 like you know, the power like from a hurricane, the power from 513 00:37:36.519 --> 00:37:40.960 fucking, you know, earthquake, like just different power that the world itself 514 00:37:42.000 --> 00:37:46.239 generates, and convert that into usable energy, right. So you using all 515 00:37:46.280 --> 00:37:50.880 this energy that is just available, right. Or you can take water from 516 00:37:50.960 --> 00:37:54.480 the oceans and then split the atoms or, you know, or fuse the 517 00:37:54.519 --> 00:37:59.440 atoms and create energy that way. You know, I'm saying, like you 518 00:37:59.559 --> 00:38:02.840 using all your resources of the planet, plus the Sun, you know, 519 00:38:02.920 --> 00:38:08.199 the sun, photons and energy that comes off of the sun, to power 520 00:38:08.239 --> 00:38:14.559 everything that you need, basically for the for the earth. So that would 521 00:38:14.599 --> 00:38:21.960 be a taipe borne civilization. And so right now they're the another current modern 522 00:38:22.039 --> 00:38:27.360 astrophysicist Meteo Kaku. Have you guys ever heard about him? Yeah, yes, 523 00:38:27.559 --> 00:38:30.840 yeah, he's like, I love watching this dude. He's like he's 524 00:38:30.159 --> 00:38:35.079 I love watching his series and stuff like that. So he's got his own 525 00:38:35.119 --> 00:38:37.400 take on what what what it would take. In his theory is that we're 526 00:38:37.400 --> 00:38:43.079 about a hundred years away from becoming a type one civilization right now. So 527 00:38:43.360 --> 00:38:45.719 right at the CUSP, dude, right at the cusp of becoming a type 528 00:38:45.719 --> 00:38:50.679 one civilization. And what he says the way we can do that right now 529 00:38:50.960 --> 00:39:00.599 is by either building solar collectors but in space and orbit. So what what 530 00:39:00.599 --> 00:39:04.559 do you imagines you we do these giant satellites, you know, or bringing 531 00:39:04.639 --> 00:39:09.280 the earth up in space, collecting the sunllite or any other type of solar 532 00:39:09.400 --> 00:39:16.880 energy and then beamon being made down to earth via microwaves and then storing it 533 00:39:16.920 --> 00:39:21.400 on earth so that way we can use it. Now the problem with that 534 00:39:21.519 --> 00:39:23.679 is is energy storage, and that's what's really keeping us from being a type 535 00:39:23.679 --> 00:39:28.559 one civilization. Is a fact that we just really suck at storing energy. 536 00:39:28.599 --> 00:39:34.599 It's not that we don't have energy to that, that we can't like capture 537 00:39:34.639 --> 00:39:37.880 the energy of like let's say, Geo thermal or lava or or things like 538 00:39:37.920 --> 00:39:44.599 that, or far, yeah, or far exactly. So it's not that 539 00:39:44.639 --> 00:39:47.159 we don't have the capacity to capture that that energy, is that we don't 540 00:39:47.159 --> 00:39:51.800 have really a good capacity to store it for long periods of time and then 541 00:39:51.880 --> 00:39:55.199 use it whenever we need. Like our storage capacity sucks. So if we 542 00:39:55.239 --> 00:40:00.679 can find good breakthroughs an energy storage, we can take advantage of more of 543 00:40:00.679 --> 00:40:05.199 that energy that we can use to power whatever we need, cars, houses, 544 00:40:05.239 --> 00:40:08.400 you know, all that stuff. So He's his theory is at. 545 00:40:08.480 --> 00:40:13.199 We're about a hundred years away from me being able to do that, and 546 00:40:13.239 --> 00:40:15.920 we might be even closer than that, like, because all it really takes 547 00:40:15.039 --> 00:40:20.119 is, and you guys have seen this happen, is one amazing breakthrough to 548 00:40:20.239 --> 00:40:22.840 change everything. I mean, think about the like back when we went to 549 00:40:22.840 --> 00:40:25.480 school, the indust revolution. How quick was that? Dude? I remember 550 00:40:25.679 --> 00:40:29.599 learning about the indust revolution when I was like what, like fifth grade, 551 00:40:30.039 --> 00:40:32.559 when as we start learning about that shit, and I thought it was like 552 00:40:32.599 --> 00:40:36.760 fucking hundred years ago that happened, or two hundred years ago and it happened. 553 00:40:36.800 --> 00:40:38.199 It wasn't, Dude. It was like it was like, you know, 554 00:40:38.280 --> 00:40:42.119 Le Thirty years ago. It was not. Yeah, it was. 555 00:40:42.480 --> 00:40:45.000 It wasn't even that long ago, you know I mean, and then all 556 00:40:45.000 --> 00:40:47.719 of a sudden you got cars, you got trains, you got fucking factories, 557 00:40:47.800 --> 00:40:51.800 you got you know, and then like forty years later you got the 558 00:40:51.800 --> 00:40:54.639 Internet. You know what I mean, like how fast things progress, so 559 00:40:55.400 --> 00:41:01.840 bold that was only because aliens broke. Okay, exactly exactly, because thank 560 00:41:01.920 --> 00:41:06.559 you for shedding light on that. I was going to say I'm the saying 561 00:41:06.559 --> 00:41:10.079 the next break through technology, but really, you mean when we steal the 562 00:41:10.119 --> 00:41:15.880 next technology, from the next UFO, we find exact go exactly. All 563 00:41:15.000 --> 00:41:17.840 right, well, that could be a too. Maybe we'll just got to 564 00:41:17.920 --> 00:41:22.760 kidnap some SMART, smarter motherfuckers, you know, maybe the ones that we've 565 00:41:22.760 --> 00:41:24.639 been capturing, or just like low level fuckers. They don't they just gave 566 00:41:24.719 --> 00:41:30.079 us crap. All right, all right, barely touch screen. All right, 567 00:41:30.079 --> 00:41:36.159 I'll tell the see a to step it up. Five big guns. 568 00:41:36.239 --> 00:41:40.880 So yes, that's abating for herb reboards do have a way freaking back to 569 00:41:42.000 --> 00:41:46.320 the future too. It's coming, it's coming, it's coming. So that's 570 00:41:46.400 --> 00:41:52.280 a type one civilization and it's basically just using you know, your own your 571 00:41:52.280 --> 00:41:58.280 own home star and planet for energy instead of, you know, fossil fuels 572 00:41:58.360 --> 00:42:04.360 or anything else that's going to just not as efficient. Type to civilization is 573 00:42:04.440 --> 00:42:07.159 being able to use like an actually now harness a power of the start. 574 00:42:07.440 --> 00:42:12.840 So before you're just like taking like just whatever the sun gives you, now 575 00:42:12.840 --> 00:42:17.639 like you're actually like encompassing your star with this like collection device, like you're 576 00:42:17.719 --> 00:42:22.199 like you're basically you don't need your star for warmth or anything like that, 577 00:42:22.239 --> 00:42:25.159 like you can provide that shit on your own and your planet. So your 578 00:42:25.280 --> 00:42:30.239 star just becomes like a fucking giant, like, I don't know, like 579 00:42:30.280 --> 00:42:35.159 a like a furnace kind of a thing. Do you guys remember? You 580 00:42:35.159 --> 00:42:37.679 guys saw that, the last infinite infinity war, right, remember? Remember 581 00:42:37.679 --> 00:42:44.599 when thor goes, remember when thor goes to that, to the Dwarf Star, 582 00:42:45.079 --> 00:42:47.039 and he gets his new, his new or not infinite, your word, 583 00:42:47.039 --> 00:42:50.840 this is an end game, when he gets stormbreaker, his new fucking 584 00:42:51.079 --> 00:42:54.119 ax Hammer. Yeah, remember that device. I was around that star. 585 00:42:54.960 --> 00:42:59.599 Uh Huh. That was powering the furnace. To imagine something like that around 586 00:42:59.639 --> 00:43:06.360 the sun, and you're using that to collect sun power to fucking fuel all 587 00:43:06.400 --> 00:43:09.559 your shit. You know, I mean so type too civilization. When I 588 00:43:09.599 --> 00:43:15.719 go to another galaxy now, exactly so so in that you're using your son's 589 00:43:15.760 --> 00:43:21.199 power. And then you can also use like things like fucking dark matter and 590 00:43:22.000 --> 00:43:25.880 collisions with or not dark matter, and to matter, collisions with with matter 591 00:43:27.039 --> 00:43:30.400 to create more energy as well, and that that can boost up your rockets. 592 00:43:30.440 --> 00:43:36.280 Now you can take off and visit other planets, possibly, possibly a 593 00:43:36.320 --> 00:43:39.559 nearby star, you know, things like that, and that would be a 594 00:43:39.559 --> 00:43:46.239 type to civiliation. You're talking galact this silver surfer shit right now. Yeah, 595 00:43:46.320 --> 00:43:51.519 and a type three civilization is one that can you can harness a power 596 00:43:51.559 --> 00:43:53.760 of the entire galaxy, dude, like so you can take power the same 597 00:43:53.800 --> 00:43:58.119 things, but just all kinds of star. So think of Star Wars. 598 00:43:58.119 --> 00:44:00.440 You know how they can travel all around their galaxy. You have all these 599 00:44:00.480 --> 00:44:05.039 different like planets and star systems. Yeah, that would be a type three 600 00:44:05.039 --> 00:44:09.639 civilization. who so though? I mean obviously we're nowhere close to that, 601 00:44:09.719 --> 00:44:14.960 but the fact that we can be a type one civilization pretty soon, that's 602 00:44:15.000 --> 00:44:17.840 pretty exciting, dude. And that's you know, this is all you know, 603 00:44:19.840 --> 00:44:25.920 comes from a theme. Well, I guess it's called Futurism, which 604 00:44:27.000 --> 00:44:30.920 is, you know, like a group of people or study that that thinks 605 00:44:30.960 --> 00:44:36.559 about the future and what's going to come. Walt Disney's a big futurist. 606 00:44:37.000 --> 00:44:39.679 Tony Stark in the mcuse a futuristy. That's what he's labeled as. So 607 00:44:39.760 --> 00:44:44.599 these are people who are kind of like always thinking about the future and what 608 00:44:45.000 --> 00:44:49.360 can be and where we are in our place in the future. And I 609 00:44:49.400 --> 00:44:52.719 don't know, I don't think I classify myself as a futures because I'm not 610 00:44:52.880 --> 00:44:54.440 thinking about it, but I saw. Every time I think about the future 611 00:44:54.480 --> 00:44:59.760 and things like this, I get super excited, right, just because of 612 00:45:00.000 --> 00:45:01.280 all the you know, all the things that could be. You know what 613 00:45:01.320 --> 00:45:06.719 we're doing now. How can we push forward and maybe make this a reality? 614 00:45:07.119 --> 00:45:09.760 And even if this doesn't become reality, like, one of the things 615 00:45:09.840 --> 00:45:15.960 that is always a constant is change, right, things are always going to 616 00:45:15.719 --> 00:45:21.239 change, like that's a given, and if you haven't a like unpacked that 617 00:45:21.280 --> 00:45:25.559 concept for yourself, you're going to be left behind, because you can't stop 618 00:45:25.559 --> 00:45:30.719 progress, you can't stop things from from moving forward. They are going to 619 00:45:30.760 --> 00:45:34.519 be canceled, with or without you from selling their parts and putting them in 620 00:45:34.559 --> 00:45:37.840 a jar. Unfortunately, you can't. You can't. I've tried. Doesn't 621 00:45:37.880 --> 00:45:43.480 work. Aunt I mean, I'm gonna stop trying now. Do you free 622 00:45:43.559 --> 00:45:47.159 to free it's you're free to south. His is to continue selling them, 623 00:45:47.199 --> 00:45:54.480 dude. So yeah, I mean I just think it's super cool that we 624 00:45:54.559 --> 00:45:59.360 might be a hundred years away from, or less from being a type when 625 00:45:59.400 --> 00:46:06.159 civilization and harnessing the power of our son and and earth or fucking you know. 626 00:46:06.280 --> 00:46:08.519 Just see what we can do, Dude. Maybe we can, we 627 00:46:08.559 --> 00:46:14.920 can finally see a worm hole and go through and see what's out. Another 628 00:46:14.960 --> 00:46:24.400 planet's easy. I'll finally Bonzo. You're still not allowed into Larry County meters 629 00:46:24.400 --> 00:46:35.480 around a school. Yeah, and libraries and water parks. All this is, 630 00:46:35.639 --> 00:46:43.000 I'm just joke, totally joke. So I'll make sure that's no. 631 00:46:44.880 --> 00:46:49.760 That's cool, man. Now that's crazy that that we're gonna be alive to 632 00:46:49.880 --> 00:46:57.559 see this progression of our planet evolving. But we still have people selling parts 633 00:46:57.599 --> 00:47:00.760 in Jars. We still got people doing dumb tick Tock dance video. So 634 00:47:00.920 --> 00:47:07.679 that's cool. Oh what if if we do discover a wormhole and then, 635 00:47:07.719 --> 00:47:09.519 like, we go to like Kepler twenty two B or something like that, 636 00:47:09.639 --> 00:47:13.880 and then there's other motherfuckers over there who are selling their farts in jars and 637 00:47:13.960 --> 00:47:17.599 these motherfuckers just end up trading farts, dude, a cross a galactic scale. 638 00:47:17.639 --> 00:47:22.400 That's just fucking crazy. What if that's the key to intergalactic travel, 639 00:47:23.199 --> 00:47:28.400 that that will be the key to intergonnective diplomacy? Fools, that'll be the 640 00:47:28.400 --> 00:47:38.719 first trade you ever make with a different everyone that'll be there. Let's lose 641 00:47:38.760 --> 00:47:51.159 everyone and yeah, all right, all right, all right, man. 642 00:47:51.280 --> 00:47:55.480 I mean, you know what you're saying. I hear you and you know, 643 00:47:55.519 --> 00:47:59.199 some of the stuff is pretty, you know, awesome if we could 644 00:47:59.199 --> 00:48:01.880 eventually do know, seeing galaxies and everything like that. Imagine, you know, 645 00:48:01.960 --> 00:48:07.119 gains somebody's but you know, I think I'm more of a realist in 646 00:48:07.239 --> 00:48:10.199 some SA situations. And you know, I mean I just think about, 647 00:48:10.280 --> 00:48:15.000 okay, you know, to get to this, this, you say, 648 00:48:15.119 --> 00:48:19.920 level one and category one or whatever. Yeah, you know, to get 649 00:48:20.000 --> 00:48:22.639 to that, I mean I'm that what would have to happen, you know, 650 00:48:22.719 --> 00:48:29.119 the transition process of everything that is based off fossil fuels or, you 651 00:48:29.159 --> 00:48:31.000 know, like we're doing the whole you know, there's a big push for 652 00:48:31.320 --> 00:48:35.960 electric cars and anything. But you know, I think you know, Frankie's 653 00:48:35.960 --> 00:48:37.760 had an electric car and back and then, you know when it earlier on, 654 00:48:37.800 --> 00:48:42.079 when they first came on and stuff, and you know, had battery 655 00:48:42.079 --> 00:48:44.039 issues. I had some kind of issue. You know, there's only so 656 00:48:44.039 --> 00:48:46.480 many people that you work on these things. You know, or you know 657 00:48:46.920 --> 00:48:51.079 a lot of people that I've talked to them had, you know, I 658 00:48:51.079 --> 00:48:54.119 was looking into an electric geople at one point and and they're you know, 659 00:48:54.159 --> 00:48:58.400 some of the people they're already gone over saying like you know, once the 660 00:48:58.880 --> 00:49:01.280 the battery, something goes wrong with the battery, it's cheaper to buy a 661 00:49:01.440 --> 00:49:07.920 new vehiclesan to get the pigs or you know, there's whatever. Everyone is 662 00:49:07.960 --> 00:49:13.840 on these battery power vehicles or anything else that are using like the solar energy 663 00:49:13.960 --> 00:49:17.719 or whatever, you know, and those are the going last for so long. 664 00:49:19.000 --> 00:49:22.079 How do we recycle them? You know, what's the process on that? 665 00:49:22.079 --> 00:49:23.159 Where we'RE GOING TO STORE ON? How is that going to, you 666 00:49:23.199 --> 00:49:28.280 know, change things? Or you know, I was watching the other day, 667 00:49:28.280 --> 00:49:31.800 you know, this the these, you know, those energy postings that 668 00:49:31.840 --> 00:49:37.159 they have around town the people to recharge. There's a long line, you 669 00:49:37.199 --> 00:49:38.760 know, and there's a long line of them. Or not too long ago 670 00:49:38.840 --> 00:49:44.920 there was a huge snowstorm on the east coast and people, you know, 671 00:49:44.960 --> 00:49:49.960 people were stuck on the highway and people that had gasoline vehicles were eventually able 672 00:49:50.000 --> 00:49:53.000 to, you know, go and get gas put in their vehicle and then, 673 00:49:53.039 --> 00:49:58.039 you know, you know, get away or get out once they cleared 674 00:49:58.400 --> 00:50:01.079 the accident. areating. It was keeping them locked in this on the highway, 675 00:50:01.119 --> 00:50:04.920 but the people that electric vehicles, they couldn't do that, you know. 676 00:50:06.079 --> 00:50:07.599 So, you know, I just think about like all those different aspects 677 00:50:07.599 --> 00:50:12.639 and how that would work and how it would transition, you know, and 678 00:50:12.760 --> 00:50:15.679 getting all that, I mean, sounds I mean, it sounds great, 679 00:50:15.719 --> 00:50:21.079 but I just use me makes me think about a lot more questions from it, 680 00:50:21.599 --> 00:50:24.039 and that's Legit, you know what I mean, because with any technologies 681 00:50:24.039 --> 00:50:28.760 that arise, you always have, you know, those initial like issues, 682 00:50:28.840 --> 00:50:30.519 you know, you yeah, and it's those are legitimate issues. You know, 683 00:50:30.559 --> 00:50:34.719 like there is a lot of cons currently with, you know, the 684 00:50:34.719 --> 00:50:37.800 push for electric vehicles and, like I said, in the biggest problem is 685 00:50:37.920 --> 00:50:42.199 energy storage, and that's one of the biggest problems is causing, you know, 686 00:50:42.320 --> 00:50:45.559 US not to be able to develop it as as it should. So 687 00:50:45.639 --> 00:50:50.920 but you know, people are always working on on on storage and breakthroughs, 688 00:50:51.159 --> 00:50:52.360 you know, things like that. So we can hope, you know, 689 00:50:52.440 --> 00:50:55.639 and I'll just remind you, dude, when the first car came out, 690 00:50:55.760 --> 00:50:59.719 people were thinking, you know, we're like, dude, it's stupid. 691 00:50:59.760 --> 00:51:02.559 Why, I would you buy a car when of course a lot cheaper, 692 00:51:02.840 --> 00:51:07.280 yeah, and it don't break down on you. You know what I mean, 693 00:51:07.320 --> 00:51:10.599 like it's fucking stupid. And Yeah, I mean, it just shit 694 00:51:10.719 --> 00:51:15.000 like that. Yeah, yeah, I mean you got to think about it 695 00:51:15.039 --> 00:51:17.320 and if for Real, man, four fucking years it was true. They 696 00:51:17.360 --> 00:51:22.000 kids it was true. Like you know, people are buying cars and there 697 00:51:22.039 --> 00:51:24.639 was breaking down after a year or so and only people, only fucking rich 698 00:51:24.639 --> 00:51:29.440 as motherfuckers, were able to have access to it. Not many mechanics knew 699 00:51:29.440 --> 00:51:31.639 about how to fix a car, but everybody knew how to take care of 700 00:51:31.639 --> 00:51:37.880 horse. You know, I mean right, we right here. So we 701 00:51:37.960 --> 00:51:39.559 might be at that cuss man, I don't know. But, like I 702 00:51:39.559 --> 00:51:43.639 said, you know things are going to change whether we want to or not, 703 00:51:44.000 --> 00:51:47.519 and you know we're going to have to. We're going to write it 704 00:51:47.599 --> 00:51:52.840 anyways. Might as well be on the forefront. Most definitely, most definitely, 705 00:51:52.440 --> 00:51:58.840 we gotta try. Fortune favors the brave. All right, frank what 706 00:51:59.000 --> 00:52:04.840 you got? All right, man. My last story here's about a podcast 707 00:52:04.840 --> 00:52:07.840 I listened to a while back called evil the ballot of Choline no Sanchez. 708 00:52:08.119 --> 00:52:15.840 It was made by a guy named Eric Galindo and Alejandro Mendoza. So if 709 00:52:15.880 --> 00:52:20.159 you listen to Eric's version, he says the PODCAST is in English. He 710 00:52:20.280 --> 00:52:22.559 listened to Ale handle's version, it's all Spanish, but they're both going over 711 00:52:22.599 --> 00:52:25.679 the same facts. So for those of you out there that may not be 712 00:52:25.679 --> 00:52:31.440 familiar with Chilino Challinos, just like this old school freaking Mexican singer. Some 713 00:52:31.559 --> 00:52:37.599 say he was like the father of Cordevo, boss so Accordi. Those basically 714 00:52:37.719 --> 00:52:43.320 like a song that's telling a story, right, Fonso, Yep, Yep. 715 00:52:43.960 --> 00:52:50.000 So it's specific stories. Mostly they're real wi don't drugs or shooting people. 716 00:52:50.480 --> 00:52:55.960 Right US. Sure, for all you listeners out there, they don't 717 00:52:57.000 --> 00:53:01.760 know. I don't three. So that's why. No, only spangard born 718 00:53:01.840 --> 00:53:14.119 in Spain to never speak Spanish. So yeah, so most of these songs 719 00:53:14.159 --> 00:53:17.679 are just like songs for drug dealers, you know. And and in Mexico 720 00:53:17.719 --> 00:53:22.440 there's a big drug culture. They're almost seeing, some of these guys are 721 00:53:22.480 --> 00:53:25.960 almost seeing like Robin hoods where, you know, they yeah, they make 722 00:53:27.000 --> 00:53:29.400 shitloads of money and they do a lot of bad stuff, but sometimes they 723 00:53:29.440 --> 00:53:32.920 do good stuff. So they're kind of looked upon as heroes. And and 724 00:53:34.039 --> 00:53:39.079 sometimes some of these corridos hit. Boy, they got some jams. I 725 00:53:39.199 --> 00:53:43.119 was you, dude. After listening to this podcast, I got so much 726 00:53:43.159 --> 00:53:47.760 into Corridos I started looking on fiber to see if somebody could do a new 727 00:53:47.920 --> 00:53:54.679 theme song for us. As a Corrivo Nice. So it can happen. 728 00:53:54.920 --> 00:54:00.199 No, okay. But basically what this podcast was about it just like an 729 00:54:00.199 --> 00:54:04.079 autobiography of this guy, of this singer, and when you listen to it, 730 00:54:04.119 --> 00:54:07.320 you you find out that he was more than a singer. This guy 731 00:54:07.440 --> 00:54:12.679 was a fucking hustler. He was a fucking like just a dude that stood 732 00:54:12.760 --> 00:54:17.719 up for his family, stuck to his guns and never look back. Man, 733 00:54:17.800 --> 00:54:22.239 he lived like every day to the fullest. This guy knew how to 734 00:54:22.320 --> 00:54:25.639 party and have a good time. Chui, you know, is from the 735 00:54:25.679 --> 00:54:29.519 state of Guliakan, I want to believe. I want to say some little 736 00:54:29.599 --> 00:54:35.960 town. He had a pretty big family. The podcast starts off by saying 737 00:54:36.079 --> 00:54:40.559 that when he was like fifteen or fourteen, and some of the facts from 738 00:54:40.599 --> 00:54:45.880 this, from the podcast, aren't verified. This is just like what most 739 00:54:45.880 --> 00:54:50.400 people believe is the truth, and so they the story because it's almost like 740 00:54:50.400 --> 00:54:55.079 a legend. This is almost kind of like Robert Freaquent, almost like a 741 00:54:55.159 --> 00:54:59.159 Robin Hood. But like, who's the guy that I talked about a bunch 742 00:54:59.159 --> 00:55:01.599 of Funzo back in the day, one of the early s the Mexican, 743 00:55:01.719 --> 00:55:06.840 Oh fucking Murripa. Yet I can't believe I forgot his name. He's almost 744 00:55:06.880 --> 00:55:10.800 looked upon as like a Juakimoiet that type person. So, for the story 745 00:55:10.880 --> 00:55:22.639 goes that when bowing negative so Charlino, when he was like fourteen or fifteen, 746 00:55:22.679 --> 00:55:30.440 they say that his sister was sexually assaulted by like some high up drug 747 00:55:30.440 --> 00:55:34.400 dealer in town who was like head of a family, head of a head 748 00:55:34.440 --> 00:55:38.400 of a Natcho family, and Charleneo never forgot and he said that when he 749 00:55:38.400 --> 00:55:43.360 gets his first gun heat and so the story goes that he said that when 750 00:55:43.400 --> 00:55:46.679 he gets his first gun he's gonna kill that motherfucker. And when he was 751 00:55:46.719 --> 00:55:51.760 seventeen, guess what, he got his first gun and there was a big 752 00:55:51.800 --> 00:55:54.400 ass party in town and, chain knows, only seventeen at the time. 753 00:55:54.519 --> 00:55:59.320 So he was able to get go to the Party and he made his way 754 00:55:59.440 --> 00:56:02.199 all the way up to the head table where the guy was and pulled out 755 00:56:02.239 --> 00:56:06.400 his gun and shot the dude like I don't know how many times, but 756 00:56:06.519 --> 00:56:08.519 he didn't. He killed him and he was able to get out in the 757 00:56:08.639 --> 00:56:14.679 ruckus because, you know, nobody, nobody's I mean I don't know what 758 00:56:14.800 --> 00:56:17.920 expected it that things. Yeah, nobody expected it. And there were a 759 00:56:17.920 --> 00:56:21.440 lot of witnesses to what and I mean there was a lot of witnesses, 760 00:56:21.480 --> 00:56:24.760 but nobody got a clear idea of who did it until much later when people 761 00:56:24.760 --> 00:56:30.280 started talking. So once he did that, he took off, he got 762 00:56:30.280 --> 00:56:35.679 all his shit and just left town and they say he didn't come back and 763 00:56:35.719 --> 00:56:38.400 he ended up going to Tijuana and he worked in Tijuana as a coyote for 764 00:56:38.440 --> 00:56:44.639 a while, smuggling people back and forth across the border. Eventually he also 765 00:56:44.920 --> 00:56:47.920 came made his way across the border and worked in various towns on the west 766 00:56:47.960 --> 00:56:51.719 coast. All made his way actually all the way up to organize what I 767 00:56:51.760 --> 00:56:58.920 read in one article, but eventually settled in La Eventually Chalino got arrested for 768 00:56:58.960 --> 00:57:01.920 something and spent some time, I'm, in jail and in order to to 769 00:57:02.920 --> 00:57:07.039 fund raise he started writing Codevos for the people that were in jail. And 770 00:57:07.079 --> 00:57:10.360 who were the people that were paying him to write the Cordevos? There's all 771 00:57:10.400 --> 00:57:15.960 the drug dealers. So some of these drug dealers like the song so much 772 00:57:15.039 --> 00:57:20.239 that not only did they pay Charlino in cash, but they bought him cars, 773 00:57:20.280 --> 00:57:22.920 they boughtom guns, they would give him drugs all kinds of shit and 774 00:57:22.960 --> 00:57:30.239 when he got out he kept it up. He ended up making a mixtape 775 00:57:30.280 --> 00:57:36.159 of his he will rewind. He wrote a bunch of songs, he hired 776 00:57:36.199 --> 00:57:39.239 a band, he hired a singer to sing his songs and he wanted to 777 00:57:39.239 --> 00:57:43.639 make a tape. Well, the singer didn't show up, so he's like, 778 00:57:43.679 --> 00:57:46.719 fuck it, I'll start singing and he started singing and he made all 779 00:57:46.760 --> 00:57:52.159 these tapes and he started selling him in downtown La and it took off. 780 00:57:52.519 --> 00:57:57.559 It took off and little by little it started growing on the underground scene. 781 00:57:57.599 --> 00:58:02.280 He started doing concerts in La, the Juana. He would go to Texas, 782 00:58:02.360 --> 00:58:07.280 he would go to Arizona. Dude, he would do Kingsan Yetta's the 783 00:58:07.400 --> 00:58:12.199 dude that saying. The podcast was like, dude, it was no it 784 00:58:12.280 --> 00:58:15.800 was no big deal for you to go to a Kingsanyana in the early s 785 00:58:15.840 --> 00:58:22.239 and and La and Chalino would be singing Cordi Thos at the party. Badass, 786 00:58:22.639 --> 00:58:29.880 that's fucking crazy. Eventually he blew up and he made his way started 787 00:58:30.159 --> 00:58:36.599 doing actual tours and I think I'll fund of if I'm not mistaken, he 788 00:58:36.679 --> 00:58:40.320 ends up doing a concert down in your old neck of the woods down south. 789 00:58:42.280 --> 00:58:45.400 Yeah, I got jumps on stage. Yeah, in coach Ella, 790 00:58:45.400 --> 00:58:49.440 a guy jumps on stage while he's singing a song and tries to shoot him. 791 00:58:50.159 --> 00:58:52.639 Oh well, fucking Chun, you know, is packing. He always 792 00:58:52.719 --> 00:58:58.480 pass so he puts his gun out and he starts shooting this dude in a 793 00:58:58.519 --> 00:59:02.199 full on concert. Dude starts running around. Charlie shot. Yeah, he 794 00:59:02.239 --> 00:59:07.039 shot him. I mean I think like five people got shot. One Guy 795 00:59:07.079 --> 00:59:13.159 Actually ended up dying, including the guy who try to shoot Charlino. Charlino 796 00:59:13.239 --> 00:59:15.000 got shot I think like two or three times. Ended up going to the 797 00:59:15.039 --> 00:59:22.039 hospital, but he survives and through him surviving this, he becomes like a 798 00:59:22.119 --> 00:59:25.719 legend because he doesn't interview from the hospital when people thought he was going to 799 00:59:25.760 --> 00:59:30.840 be dead, and he's like, I'm right here, I'm right here, 800 00:59:30.880 --> 00:59:31.960 I'm a keep on Gol like you know what I mean. It was almost 801 00:59:32.000 --> 00:59:38.480 like a like Tupac esque where he's just like laughing in the face of death 802 00:59:39.000 --> 00:59:47.800 and he continued touring. And the story goes on that he was told not 803 00:59:47.880 --> 00:59:52.559 to go back to his hometown because they would kill him because they were looking 804 00:59:52.559 --> 00:59:54.199 for him. They've been looking for him since he was a kid, since 805 00:59:54.239 --> 00:59:58.760 they found out that he killed the boss and he didn't give a fuck. 806 00:59:58.760 --> 01:00:04.079 He went anyways and he does a few concerts down there and I think it 807 01:00:04.119 --> 01:00:07.280 was like the thought. The third night of a of his concert in his 808 01:00:07.320 --> 01:00:13.840 hometown where he singing a song, someone, they say someone approaches the stage 809 01:00:13.880 --> 01:00:19.840 hands him a piece of paper and he opens it up, crumbles it up 810 01:00:19.880 --> 01:00:22.599 and he just keeps on going with the concert and they say that the note 811 01:00:22.639 --> 01:00:25.639 said you need to stop seeing and get out of town right now or you're 812 01:00:25.679 --> 01:00:31.000 going to die. And later that night he ends up getting taken in by 813 01:00:31.119 --> 01:00:37.000 some people that were dressed up like federality, the Federalis, and the next 814 01:00:37.079 --> 01:00:39.280 day he's found dead, like in a field, I think, shot in 815 01:00:39.320 --> 01:00:44.320 the head. Yeah, and that's the story of Chaline. So it was 816 01:00:44.360 --> 01:00:49.039 a super good story, really good story to hear. What I did not 817 01:00:49.119 --> 01:00:52.559 like, though, was that the host of the version I listened to, 818 01:00:52.679 --> 01:00:57.480 because I listened to it in English, he just kept erjecting his own self 819 01:00:57.719 --> 01:01:01.559 into the story. Ah, when I heard or when I did or I 820 01:01:01.599 --> 01:01:07.360 would listen to like he even I can't tell you how many times the guy 821 01:01:07.360 --> 01:01:12.320 talked about some girl that he was crushing on in high school on this show. 822 01:01:12.400 --> 01:01:15.559 I can't I'm forgetting the girl's name, but at the time I was 823 01:01:15.599 --> 01:01:21.480 like, Dude, if you talk about seeing me one more time, that's 824 01:01:21.480 --> 01:01:24.119 why Cindy left. You ask if she never heard that's why she never got 825 01:01:24.159 --> 01:01:27.840 with you. Fool. No, but for reals, you know I mean, 826 01:01:28.119 --> 01:01:31.280 I kind of felt like the host took a little away from the story 827 01:01:31.599 --> 01:01:36.639 and try to like include his street cred or be like, you know, 828 01:01:36.719 --> 01:01:40.719 when I was listening at Tupac, walking a school in this neighborhood, people 829 01:01:40.760 --> 01:01:44.760 on the other side we're listening to Chalino and then I started listening. You 830 01:01:44.760 --> 01:01:46.400 know what I mean. So yeah, I mean it's cool you to do 831 01:01:46.440 --> 01:01:51.679 that when that when when you're telling a story and you're using it to drive 832 01:01:51.719 --> 01:01:53.880 the story forward, but if you're just putting stuff in just to put stuff 833 01:01:53.920 --> 01:01:58.599 into make yourself sound cool or something, I don't know. It just kind 834 01:01:58.599 --> 01:02:00.880 of rubbed me the wrong way. I expected a whole lot more. I 835 01:02:00.920 --> 01:02:06.000 wanted to know more about Chalino. I wanted him to get because he did. 836 01:02:06.039 --> 01:02:08.599 They did an awesome job of interviewing a lot of people. I think 837 01:02:08.599 --> 01:02:15.719 they interviewed one of his form like his first accordion player. They interviewed his 838 01:02:15.920 --> 01:02:20.039 sister or his ex wife, I think it was his ex wife, and 839 01:02:20.079 --> 01:02:22.840 then just a bunch of people that knew Chalino actually, you know. So 840 01:02:22.079 --> 01:02:27.039 it was that was cool. They did they did their homework. They brought 841 01:02:27.159 --> 01:02:30.199 a really good story to the table. I would love to see them do 842 01:02:30.280 --> 01:02:34.360 more stories on other people, not just Mexican artists, but other people. 843 01:02:34.360 --> 01:02:37.039 Don't mean anybody that you would you would want to know about. You know. 844 01:02:37.079 --> 01:02:39.199 I know Johnny cash was a Badass motherfucker. I like to know some 845 01:02:39.239 --> 01:02:44.360 stuff about him that we don't know about, you know. But there's a 846 01:02:44.360 --> 01:02:47.000 bunch of other Mexican seniors as well that are some Badass dudes that we should 847 01:02:47.159 --> 01:02:52.039 that we should definitely be hearing about. So, if you got some time, 848 01:02:52.599 --> 01:02:54.519 check it out. You can find the podcast on Apple podcasts, on 849 01:02:54.559 --> 01:03:00.039 spotify, Google podcast, basically anywhere you find our podcast, you're going to 850 01:03:00.079 --> 01:03:05.800 find this podcast again one more time either. Little the ballot of Charlineo Sanchez 851 01:03:06.079 --> 01:03:09.800 the Mexican year. That's a you might want to have. You might want 852 01:03:09.800 --> 01:03:14.239 to spell that out for some of us, you know, that might have 853 01:03:14.280 --> 01:03:19.440 a little trouble looking at basically idle with an oh at the end. Got 854 01:03:19.480 --> 01:03:23.360 It, and I just want to add frank that there is a video on 855 01:03:23.400 --> 01:03:30.679 youtube of him getting that note and and that concert and you can see him 856 01:03:30.679 --> 01:03:34.480 reading it and then just like crumpling up, like you said, and I 857 01:03:34.519 --> 01:03:37.880 think he just puts it in his pocket and then just can see your singing. 858 01:03:37.000 --> 01:03:40.000 He just continues with the concert, like you know he was warned, 859 01:03:40.039 --> 01:03:44.599 but you just didn't care. You just continue singing. But yeah, so 860 01:03:44.639 --> 01:03:47.320 there's a video on youtube about it. So I forget what song he's he's 861 01:03:47.360 --> 01:03:52.639 singing. I think it might might have been las nieves a Netto. I 862 01:03:52.679 --> 01:03:55.960 think it might be that song. So if you want to search through let 863 01:03:57.079 --> 01:04:02.440 Nevis ant and Netto Cheli no Sanchez live concert, you can see that that 864 01:04:02.760 --> 01:04:05.480 where he gets at Noo. How to look for I'll try to look for 865 01:04:05.559 --> 01:04:09.679 it and see if I can post it. Someone where Bay on our facebook 866 01:04:09.679 --> 01:04:13.679 page are in our instant? I'll tag you guys. Yeah, Yep, 867 01:04:13.760 --> 01:04:15.719 that will and that's the last one, brother. Yeah, yeah, that's 868 01:04:15.719 --> 01:04:19.119 a good one. Man. So what's that like? The the birth of 869 01:04:19.199 --> 01:04:25.360 Gangster A in America in La well, because at that time, and you 870 01:04:25.400 --> 01:04:27.760 way was already like going off, you know what I mean? I saw, 871 01:04:29.639 --> 01:04:31.400 yeah, already popping off. That was different, a different scene, 872 01:04:31.440 --> 01:04:34.679 but they were both going on at the same time and and right. You 873 01:04:34.719 --> 01:04:38.800 know, they they really did mirror each other in some ways, you know 874 01:04:38.800 --> 01:04:41.639 what I mean, because they would talk about drugs, they would talk about 875 01:04:41.679 --> 01:04:45.719 the violence, you know what I mean. It goop fucking Chell won, 876 01:04:45.880 --> 01:04:50.880 Chelino meat. I think there was a picture on the Internet about them meeting, 877 01:04:51.360 --> 01:04:54.840 but I don't know if it was a fake or for real. But 878 01:04:54.920 --> 01:04:59.440 there's a picture on the Internet with them like like, depends on if they're 879 01:04:59.440 --> 01:05:02.880 saying they're both still alive. Yeah, but look, let me yeah, 880 01:05:02.960 --> 01:05:04.880 Dude, I'm going to send this to you, but there is a picture 881 01:05:04.920 --> 01:05:11.920 of them shaking hands, like Cellino's got his strap on around his waist and 882 01:05:11.960 --> 01:05:15.039 then Tupac is just kind of they're both just looking at the camera. But 883 01:05:15.119 --> 01:05:18.199 I don't know if it's a fundo picture. Picture. Squat mom, never 884 01:05:18.239 --> 01:05:24.119 going to talk to you again. Well, it is on it. It 885 01:05:24.199 --> 01:05:32.119 isn't a t shirt with Marilyn Manson with arms altad it up. I mean 886 01:05:32.119 --> 01:05:39.159 Marilyn Monroe, Marilyn Manson. Yeah, full the both. They both got 887 01:05:39.159 --> 01:05:45.119 with Marilyn Monroe, says here. There's on their wikipedia page. Yeah, 888 01:05:45.159 --> 01:05:49.400 it's got to be real, but anyways, that that's cool, man. 889 01:05:50.639 --> 01:05:54.559 Yeah, thanks, because you got anything you guys want to add before we 890 01:05:54.599 --> 01:05:58.760 wrap this up? Fundso Cuz. No, but we definitely got to talk 891 01:05:58.840 --> 01:06:04.760 later about the Mazle of coldly covering in fiasco. Oh yeah, yeah, 892 01:06:04.800 --> 01:06:09.960 yeah, that's going to be at some charging its catching the case for sure. 893 01:06:10.480 --> 01:06:14.960 We'll save that one for next week. Man, I just gotta say 894 01:06:15.239 --> 01:06:18.079 it was good talking to you guys today. Some good topics, like always. 895 01:06:18.199 --> 01:06:21.960 Can't wait for next forties with friends. I'll have to come up with 896 01:06:21.960 --> 01:06:26.079 a cool little topic for next time, but yeah, thanks, man. 897 01:06:27.000 --> 01:06:30.920 Cool waits for my Sunday. Yeah, thanks for having to having me on. 898 01:06:30.159 --> 01:06:33.519 I know I always enjoy talking with you guys, listening to the old 899 01:06:33.519 --> 01:06:39.280 folk stories, and I will definitely make sure to bring something a little more 900 01:06:40.239 --> 01:06:45.159 lighthearted next time for our listeners. Yeah, whatever we whatever we do, 901 01:06:45.199 --> 01:06:47.760 you know what I mean, whatever you're feeling like talking about, it's all 902 01:06:47.800 --> 01:06:53.360 good. I got to get outside and start mowing the lawn before it rains. 903 01:06:53.360 --> 01:07:00.039 I guess hate real life. Oh well, all right, Dell. 904 01:07:00.119 --> 01:07:01.559 That's it for this week. Hope you guys enjoy these stories. If there's 905 01:07:01.559 --> 01:07:04.159 something you guys want us to talk about in the future, hit us up 906 01:07:04.199 --> 01:07:08.360 on our facebook page, on our instant page, on our website, Youd, 907 01:07:08.480 --> 01:07:12.760 that'll see. Toccom, look for that little microphone icon down on the 908 01:07:12.760 --> 01:07:15.239 bottom right hand corner, click on it, leave us a voice mail. 909 01:07:15.679 --> 01:07:18.239 Whatever you want to talk about. We're here to listen and till next time, 910 01:07:18.320 --> 01:07:20.920 Jiugit that I'll stay safe out there, keep rolling and training, and 911 01:07:20.960 --> 01:07:30.079 we hope to hear from you soon. Piece. This is the motivation a