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The Jeff and Casey Show
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Casey Muratori
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Floss Like a Dentist
"You don't want to fuck with Abigail Adams."
Original air date: July 27th, 2008
Topics. Minimum security “prison break”. Fingerprints. Burrata. Rights. phpwomen.org. MLK-holes. McCain Invasion. Little people stars. Bigg Jigg. TSA. Spam King. Strip search prep. POW President. LA pot reviews.
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Jeff:
Hello, everybody. Welcome to the Jeff & Casey Show.
Casey:
Welcome to the Jeff & Casey Show.
Jeff:
Yes.
Casey:
Where you can get both Jeff & Casey for the low price of zero Dollars…
Jeff:
That’s right.
Casey:
Per episode.
Jeff:
We can’t be bought…
Casey:
Oh, we can be bought.
Jeff:
No one wants to buy us.
Casey:
We could easily be bought. The problem is no offers.
Jeff:
We have no offers?
Casey:
The problem is not that we’re unwilling to sell out. We’ve talked about this before.
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
I may be unwilling to sell out but the problem Right now is the lack of buyers on the sell out, right. The lack of buying out is the problem, not the lack of selling out. So I have an email here. The email says right here, okay… I wrote this email.
Jeff:
Yes.
Casey:
I wrote it to [ Juan ] one of our listeners…
Jeff:
Yes.
Casey:
Who emailed in about my great food tips on the podcast.
Jeff:
Yes.
Casey:
Okay. It happened… It was about the burrata, okay. He wanted to know how he should prepare the burrata…
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
If he’s not willing to do it straight like I am, right. He’s not up to the black coffee level yet for burrata.
Jeff:
What is a burrata?
Casey:
We’ve done this before on the podcast. Burrata is when you take fresh mozzarella that you’re making and you arrest the process so that the inside is cream still.
Jeff:
Oh, that’s the cheese.
Casey:
Yes.
Jeff:
That’s the cheese. Okay.
Casey:
Remember the $30, he didn’t think I was good for it?
Jeff:
Yeah. Right. I’m with you.
Casey:
They wanted to make sure I wasn’t gonna freak out at the $30.
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
Alright. So [ Juan ] asked you how do we eat this cheese.
Casey:
Yes. And I wrote the following email…
Jeff:
Pull your pants down… You told him you want to fuck that cheese.
Casey:
Is that necessary? Is that necessary? Is that necessary?
Jeff:
No, I’m just saying…
Casey:
Is that necessary? Alright… I’m not the one who’s like, sending Steve Jobs emails about, like, “What do you need me to do,” right, “How do you want me to service you? I’ll do anything for an iPhone,” right, “I’ll be your love slave.”
Jeff:
Uh-huh. “I will do whatever it takes.”
Casey:
Yeah, exactly.
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
“I’ll build you a penis massage robot,” like, every last little thing you could think of, you told Steve Jobs you would do and he was like, “I don’t give a shit about you, bitch. Forget it. You’re not getting an iPhone.”
Jeff:
I think Spam filter caught up. It didn’t get right to him…
Casey:
Still every Friday, you get up in the morning. You drive over to the store, you ask… You’re like a sick puppy. You’re like this little kid on the candy store window like, “Please give me an iPhone.” They’re like, “No, get out of here. We don’t want you here.”
Jeff:
I’m not like a sick puppy. I think that’s more like a drug addict.
Casey:
Yeah, kind of.
Jeff:
And I’m banging on the drug dealer’s door saying, “Man, come on.”
Casey:
Yeah, exactly. Okay, anyway…
Jeff:
And he’s like, “I’ve got no shit.” Yeah…
Casey:
Back to me… So I wrote this email and it says, “High quality olive oil and sea salt. Cut the burrata in half and let it flow out a bit. Give it about 20 minutes to breathe and come up to room temperature drizzle the olive oil on top of the flow so it makes little pools and gets a good covering. Then sprinkle sea salt or kosher salt on there. If you want more than that, toast some baguette slices and scoop the aforementioned on to that.”
Jeff:
That’s what you said.
Casey:
Now, apparently, you replied to that and said, “This is killing me.”
Jeff:
This is killing me.
Casey:
Why is it killing you? That’s not you eating.
Jeff:
That is the most accidentally sexual description of food…
Casey:
What is sexual? What was sexual about what I just said?
Jeff:
You’ve got puddles of ooze. You’ve got your scooping… You’re cutting something in half…
Casey:
Wait a minute. Wait a second. Slow down. Slow it… Slow…
Jeff:
That was the most sexual email about eating fucking cheese.
Casey:
Let’s take it one at a time, alright.
Jeff:
Uh-huh…
Casey:
I just wanted to verify something here.
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
So in your world…
Jeff:
Yes.
Casey:
When you and Angelina Jolie are getting busy here…
Jeff:
Yes.
Casey:
There are puddles of stuff involved?
Jeff:
There’s… Apparently…
Casey:
Where are the puddles?
Jeff:
Apparently there’s…
Casey:
What are the puddles of?
Jeff:
Puddles of cheese, apparently.
Casey:
For starters, is this R. Kelly here? What is going on in your sex life, imaginary or otherwise, that is involving something you describe as a puddle?
Jeff:
You even… I think, like… We’ve established that you’d pay $30 for this cheese, right?
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
That you’re fine paying that $30. How much would you spend…
Casey:
How much? I don’t know…
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
50 bucks?
Jeff:
For $4,500 an hour? Like…
Casey:
No.
Jeff:
I’m just trying…
Casey:
This isn’t Spitzer-land.
Jeff:
I feel like it is a degree of Spitzer.
Casey:
No, but explain to me what is the… Name the sexual substance forming the puddle, first of all.
Jeff:
“Cut the burrata in half and let it flow out a bit…”
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
Does not seem like a sexual sentence to you?
Casey:
Oh, there’s a lot of cutting in half in your sex, is there? What are you cutting in half?
Jeff:
“And let it flow out a bit. Give it about 20 minutes to…” This is cracking me up.
Casey:
Why?
Jeff:
“20 minutes breathe and then come up to room temperature…”
Casey:
So you have a nice 20-minute pause in your sex? What is happening in your world that this is sexual?
Jeff:
“And then drizzle the olive oil on top of the flow…”
Casey:
Yeah, the flow of the cheese… Alright, I admit that one.
Jeff:
Alright. We had a couple listeners actually email us this week which we totally…
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
It’s like my favorite part of the week when somebody we’ve never spoken to…
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
Emails and says, “We’ve been listening,” so please…
Casey:
And it was from all over the place, too.
Jeff:
Yeah. It doesn’t matter if you have anything to say. Just drop us an email and say hi and say you listen because it makes our day and we appreciate you listening. And so…
Casey:
Yes. In so much as we seem to actually be willing to do the podcast for no money and no attention…
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
If we actually get either of those 2 things, we really like it.
Jeff:
Yes, totally.
Casey:
So they’re both very good.
Jeff:
Yes.
Casey:
Just because we’re not getting them, doesn’t mean we don’t want them.
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
Yeah. That’s like I guess a way to put it, that way.
Jeff:
Yes. So you can always email us at Podcast@MollyRocket.com.
Casey:
Always email us at Podcast@MollyRocket.com. Yes.
Jeff:
’Cos we appreciate it. We like it. It makes my day when I hear from somebody who I’ve never met…
Casey:
Or…
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
Dare we say it, Podcast@JeffAndCaseyShow.com.
Jeff:
Yes.
Casey:
Because now…
Jeff:
That is…
Casey:
We have a domain name.
Jeff:
Yep.
Casey:
We haven’t had the big roll-out yet with the 500 million Dollar ad campaign but it’s coming.
Jeff:
It’s coming. That’s right.
Casey:
Yeah, it’s coming.
Jeff:
So that’s actually hooked up now, right?
Casey:
JeffAndCaseyShow.com is now your source for podcast love…
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
You can type that in and it will always get you right to the episode index. Or you can use it to email us by just sticking the name on the beginning.
Jeff:
Should we talk about the fact that we should rescind the order to accidentally kill you if the new website is not up yet since we’re not quite there yet?
Casey:
No, we shouldn’t rescind the order because…
Jeff:
Delay it?
Casey:
It’s totally fine. It’s like, you know what… Well, here’s the problem, I work at a company of one, which is me.
Jeff:
Uh-huh, an army of one. Yep.
Casey:
I can’t fire myself because in order to fire myself, I would still need to be there, right. In order to sign the document. Like, I need to find some self-executing document…
Jeff:
I see.
Casey:
That allows me to fire myself for failure to meet objectives, right.
Jeff:
Well, maybe you could…
Casey:
So that’s the problem.
Jeff:
Well, maybe what you could do is make a by-law that should the company ever run completely out of employees, Casey Muratori is to be hired… And then, you can fire yourself and then…
Casey:
And rehire myself?
Jeff:
The bylaws will rehire you.
Casey:
But why do we want that to happen?
Jeff:
Because [inaudible 6:49] be here.
Casey:
I’m firing myself because I wasn’t doing a very good job. So why is the answer to that “let’s hire him back”? “He was so bad the first time, we’re gonna need him again,” right?
Jeff:
Yeah…
Casey:
“There’s only one person who can solve the power vacuum left by Casey’s departure and that’s Casey. Get him on the phone.”
Jeff:
That’s totally true.
Casey:
And I’m, like, off at a ranch somewhere, splitting wood on a stump…
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
And this dude in a suit comes you and he’s like…
Jeff:
“We need you.”
Casey:
“Casey Muratori?” And I’m like, “That’s a name I haven’t heard in a long time.”
Jeff:
Yeah, and you’d be like…Right, exactly…
Casey:
You know what I mean? “Depends on who’s asking.”
Jeff:
“We have a problem that only you can solve.” “That’s what you always say.”
Casey:
“I’m done solving problems.”
Jeff:
Then you go in to talk… Exactly…
Casey:
“Get somebody else…” And then, 20 minutes later, when everyone is dead and there’s a gun to somebody’s head, I bust through the door with a double barrel shotgun…
Jeff:
With PHP on each arm.
Casey:
And the website slows it up.
Jeff:
You shoot the server by accident and then you’re like, “Ow, for fuck’s sake.”
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
But you are the PHP expert now. You can PHP…
Casey:
Oh, PHP… You know what, I can respond to those job ads now… If I’m ever in dire straits, I need work, you know… I can respond to those jobs that are like, “Expert in PHP”…
Jeff:
Oh, okay.
Casey:
You know what I’m saying? I’m there, right. I’m totally there. Yeah, I’m like, “You want me to work for you?”
Jeff:
Do you want to talk about this awesome site?
Casey:
Yeah. Okay. That blew my fucking mind, right…
Jeff:
Yeah, do you want to talk about it for a second?
Casey:
Talk about a website with, like, 5 people going to it. Okay, the site is called PHPWomen.org
Jeff:
Wow, this sounds awesome.
Casey:
It is exactly what you think it is.
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
It is a site for women who program in PHP.
Jeff:
Alright. Why not?
Casey:
So at some level, it’s one of those things where it’s like, proof… You remember when we talked about… On the YouTube where we have like a matrix now…
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
Where you can have, like…
Jeff:
Anything…
Casey:
The thing getting fucked and the thing that is doing the fucking and you can get the N2 combination there?
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
This is that. It’s like, “Okay…”
Jeff:
What is being programmed?
Casey:
The programming language and the class of people that are programming it, right…
Jeff:
I see.
Casey:
It’s like, “Oh, did you want LispEskimos.com? We’ve got that.” Like, it’s fine. Whatever you need.
Jeff:
That’s awesome.
Casey:
So PHPWomen.com is like a blog and then some forums…
Jeff:
Okay.
Casey:
And I guess it was started by someone who was like, “I want to make sure that all of the women out there who are programming PHP can come together somewhere…”
Jeff:
I see.
Casey:
“And have a place to call their own,” right?
Jeff:
Dude, this is so a dude creating this site and trying to… It’s a sophisticated phishing site to get women. Yeah.
Casey:
Well, here’s what I’ll say about that. I don’t actually think that’s true, first of all.
Jeff:
Okay.
Casey:
I…
Jeff:
You think there was…
Casey:
I think this was probably started by a woman. But here’s what I will say is that anything of this nature is destined to fail, right. And the reason that this is destined to fail is it’s kind of like a bunch of deer getting together in the forest, going like, “Hey, if we just found like a clearing that we could all get together and then talk about sort of like what we’ve been eating lately and whatever, it would be great.” It’s like, no. What you’re doing is you’re creating a big fucking bulls eye for hunters, right?
Jeff:
Exactly.
Casey:
It’s just like, “Alright, everyone who thinks that they’re going to get women by their superior PHP skills,” previously, thankfully, was pretty much stymied, right?
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
There wasn’t going to be going to a bar…
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
And like, hitting on some women by going like, “Hey, $babes __ come home (),” right? Like, that wasn’t going to be happening…
Jeff:
And the failure is there’s… She doesn’t tell you to screw off. Just nothing happens.
Casey:
Yeah, there’s just nothing.
Jeff:
Because…
Casey:
The failure is like [ T_nCap string expected ], right, or something like that. And it’s like, “What was that?” “Oh, 15 lines up, you forgot a comma.”
Jeff:
That’s awesome.
Casey:
So go look for that. No, so that’s what’s happening, right. And that happens in all of these situations, right. Somebody tries to start a proactive women’s organization…
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
In some tech field… And all it means is that by the end of it, it’s gonna be 90% men…
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
Hitting on the 3 women who still post there, right?
Jeff:
Right, exactly.
Casey:
Period.
Jeff:
Yep.
Casey:
That is what it is.
Jeff:
But that’s… It’s true of anything.
Casey:
And that’s exactly what this is, actually. If you go to the forums, right… You can click on here, there’s a forum, PHP Women Forums…
Jeff:
Alright.
Casey:
There’s a section for mentoring.
Jeff:
Alright.
Casey:
It’s like, so if you want to find a female mentor…
Jeff:
Alright.
Casey:
If you will…
Jeff:
Yes.
Casey:
For your PHP coding…
Jeff:
Yes.
Casey:
You can post on here and they’ll hook you…
Jeff:
That sounds hot.
Casey:
It’s called “Big Sis/Little Sis”.
Jeff:
Okay.
Casey:
That is the name of the forum.
Jeff:
Awesome.
Casey:
It starts out with some women posting about whether they can accept a little sister or whether they need a big sister. It ends up with a bunch of guys posting…
Jeff:
Of course!
Casey:
About how they need a mentor…
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
They need to be mentored, bad. They’ve been a bad PHP programmer.
Jeff:
Or they’re just like…
Casey:
And they need some mentoring.
Jeff:
“Can I watch you guys mentor each other?”
Casey:
Yes.
Jeff:
“You should mentor her now.” And the kinda pushes the girls together…
Casey:
Yeah, exactly. It’s like, “Hey, ANX37, I was wondering if you could mentor B394,” or like, “JediFan396.”
Jeff:
So this starts out being a resource…
Casey:
And you put on a costume… Yeah.
Jeff:
And then, completely degenerates into anything where men see a target-rich environment…
Casey:
Right. Yes, exactly. It’s a target-rich environment problem.
Jeff:
And it goes completely to hell.
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
So if I may, right…
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
If I may make a suggestion to women out there who are creating sites of this nature…
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
You have a huge impetus to solve the P2P anonymity problem, right, because the instant that you put up a website that people can, like, latch on to…
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
You’re fucked.
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
You’re just gonna get an influx of men and it’s all over, right?
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
But if you can somehow manage to keep it entirely, like, women to women, computer [ by ] so they can’t find out where it is, you’d be totally set, right?
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
You need to have, like, the little RSA encryption keys, right, that they give out, like you know, that the bank gives out. You want that…
Jeff:
Yeah. That require 2 X chromosomes to activate…
Casey:
Yeah, exactly. All of these things would be plusses.
Jeff:
Yeah, ‘cos otherwise…
Casey:
Are fingerprints… Is there any way to tell, like, the gender of a person by a biometric? Like, the standard biometrics like fingerprints, retina… Are any of those things…
Jeff:
I think there was something, if I remember right, on Slashdot about that being possible with retina scans but not fingerprints.
Casey:
So fingerprints are just the same…
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
But retinas are different?
Jeff:
Apparently, there was something weird… And it’s not exact but it’s like… It’s…
Casey:
Oh, right…
Jeff:
More than 50% of the time, they can tell.
Casey:
Males have a higher concentration of breast recognition cells than women.
Jeff:
Yeah, totally. Right.
Casey:
So it’s like, you know, they can just immediately…
Jeff:
Holy shit. Exactly.
Casey:
“Yeah, we know this is…”
Jeff:
“Yeah, this is a guy. They’re dilating.”
Casey:
Right.
Jeff:
No, what they do is they just… While they’re sitting there being scanned, you just say something, like, as normally, completely non suggestive except to a guy…
Casey:
Right, okay.
Jeff:
It’s like… So we do accept some women mentoring and all the blood vessels dilate…
Casey:
Right.
Jeff:
You’re like, “Dude,” right?
Casey:
They’re like, “Would you go to a site called PHPWomen.org?” And if it’s a woman, they’re like, “That’s retarded.” And if it’s a guy, they’re like, “Absolutely.”
Jeff:
Of course.
Casey:
“I bookmarked it.”
Jeff:
Yep.
Casey:
Yeah. 90% of the Big Sis/Little Sis thread is actually me posting back and forth to myself to maintain the illusion.
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
No, it’s ‘cos I like it.
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
It’s this huge, like scenario… So when you were mentoring last night, you’re next to these candles…
Casey:
Awesome. Alright, it is time for “This Week in spam”.
Jeff:
Alright.
Casey:
Did we get any spam this week?
Jeff:
I don’t get the enjoyment out of spam that I used to in the sense that it’s mostly…
Casey:
Did you used to get a lot?
Jeff:
Well, yeah. I mean, there was always a funny one in the massive avalanche that you always had…
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
But now, Google does such a reasonable job at that, you know, you just don’t get them so…
Casey:
So are you basically saying that Google needs to adjust their filtering technology to let more spams through and the spam today let through should be filtered on funny-ness.
Jeff:
Well, what’s funny… Yeah, I think so.
Casey:
Right? So you need, like, a humor filter. And if a… The thing that’s identified as spam but ranks highly on the humor filter, it should come through.
Jeff:
Come through. Yeah.
Casey:
Okay.
Jeff:
Well, I’ve got 2 ones that seem like they should’ve been filtered which is always interesting when you do get one that goes through and you’re like, “How did this possibly…”
Casey:
I know. Well, I had one come through in the same vein, as well, which we’ll talk about later.
Jeff:
Okay.
Casey:
But go ahead.
Jeff:
Yeah, well the 2 that I got were back to back. First one, the subject line was, “John McCain — I promise to invade your vagina”.
Casey:
That’s right. “I promise to…” He doesn’t want to.
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
He is making a contract with America.
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
Like, in the Newt Gingrich days. He’s like, “If you vote for me, I will invade your vagina.”
Jeff:
“I will invade your vagina,” right.
Casey:
Now, you don’t actually have a vagina, as far as I know.
Jeff:
But this is…
Casey:
So I’m not sure what that means exactly.
Jeff:
It means I can’t vote for him.
Casey:
Yeah, apparently not.
Jeff:
That’s bad news all the way around.
Casey:
But I’m assuming that it was just like, “Hey, it’s spam so they were like, ‘Well, 50% of the people who get this will have one so it’s fine.’”
Jeff:
Read my lips. No new vaginas.
Casey:
So strictly out of curiosity, what was the spam selling?
Jeff:
It was a standard penis enlargement, you know, crazy pill stuff.
Casey:
Why did they associate John McCain with “I promise to invade your vagina”? That’s awesome.
Jeff:
I have no…
Casey:
Isn’t it?
Jeff:
Well, “I promise to invade,” and then, I don’t know if they’re just randomly pulling out sentences and then they go, “Well, just switch Iraq with vagina.” And placed that in there…
Casey:
Or maybe their algorithm for generating the subject line is to extract a line of a political speech and insert “your vagina”…
Jeff:
In everything…
Casey:
Over some part of it, right?
Jeff:
Awesome.
Casey:
So it’s just like…
Jeff:
“Ich bin ein vagina,” right?
Casey:
Yes.
Jeff:
In everything…
Casey:
No, it’s “your vagina” so it’s “ich bin your vagina,” right, is what the…
Jeff:
Is the JFK slogan? Alright.
Casey:
That’s not JFK.
Jeff:
Yeah. I was doing the “Ich bin ein Berliner” or whatever…
Casey:
Yeah, but that’s not JFK. That is Richard Nixon, wasn’t it?
Jeff:
No, it was JFK.
Casey:
Are you serious?
Jeff:
He said that in Germany, right?
Casey:
Alright, we’re looking it up.
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
We’re looking it up right now.
Jeff:
Right. Either Berlin or… And people were like, “I’m a doughnut?” Because, you know, the classic thing…
Casey:
Okay, right now, my 500-pound squirrel sense is, like, fucking lit straight up.
Jeff:
I like…
Casey:
It is on high fucking alert right now.
Jeff:
You know, I am always more satisfied when your squirrel sense is wrong than when it’s right. It’s way more fun for me.
Casey:
Yeah? No, you get the credit. It’s John F. Kennedy.
Jeff:
Yeah, I know this one.
Casey:
He was underlining the support of the United States for a democratic West Germany shortly after the Soviet supported communist state of East Germany, erected the Berlin Wall.
Jeff:
Yep. Anyway…
Casey:
What happened there? How did you get that right?
Jeff:
You’re killing me.
Casey:
What happened? That’s never happened before.
Jeff:
You’re killing me. No…
Casey:
That’s the first time you’ve ever said some shit like that…
Jeff:
I’m always right. No.
Casey:
And it was right.
Jeff:
No.
Casey:
The one time I bothered to check on the podcast. And you’re right.
Jeff:
I’m lovin’ it.
Casey:
Like, how’s that possible?
Jeff:
Anyway…
Casey:
I don’t know where you get the jelly doughnut part, though. Oh, here it goes, “Jelly Doughnut Urban Legend — According to urban legend, Kennedy allegedly made an embarrassing grammatical error but it’s not true.”
Jeff:
Do you have it on audio there? You’re on Wikipedia or…
Casey:
Yeah, I’m on Wikipedia. It just says it’s wrong.
Jeff:
50%.
Casey:
So yeah, you know what, that’s 50% more than you normally bat. So that is a good job. Nicely done.
Jeff:
God damn it.
Casey:
Okay. So moving along…
Jeff:
Yes, the second of the 2 spams I got in a row… First, he’s invading your vagina. But now the second thing…
Casey:
“I have a dream this afternoon…”
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
“That Black and White men, your vagina can come together…”
Jeff:
“Can come together. . .”
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
Black vaginas and White vaginas…
Casey:
And White vaginas… Okay…
Jeff:
I have that dream, as well.
Casey:
What are some of the… Awesome… PHPVagina.org, oh, there’s so many possible things…
Jeff:
I know.
Casey:
I wonder…
Jeff:
I’m really controlling myself.
Casey:
I know. What are all the political speeches that you can insert “vagina” into? It would be nice to see kind of like a ranking like a top 10 speeches where “vagina” fits in, you know…
Jeff:
So perfectly?
Casey:
Yeah, exactly.
Jeff:
I see. No, the second one right in a row was… After…
Casey:
After John McCain promises to invade your vagina…
Jeff:
Right. Again, they went with John McCain.
Casey:
And I’m gonna have to tell you something right now. I mean, based on what I’ve seen from John McCain…
Jeff:
It’s totally…
Casey:
That is a promise that will be broken. I don’t think that dude has invaded a vagina in years, alright. Maybe, like, 30 years ago, he invaded a vagina…
Jeff:
That’s awesome.
Casey:
Right?
Jeff:
Did you see the…
Casey:
And I don’t know what he’s planning to invade it with. I think the downstairs is probably not… Let’s put it this way. It does not have a troop surge…
Jeff:
If you will…
Casey:
These days… So I’m assuming that he’s going head first. And I’ve seen the way he kind of has the droop…
Jeff:
Stop it.
Casey:
Like those… I don’t know want those jowls slurping around in any…
Jeff:
No.
Casey:
I mean, that’s just wrong.
Jeff:
Stop.
Casey:
Those 6 pounds are wrong, right?
Jeff:
Stop it.
Casey:
That’s not change we can believe in.
Jeff:
That is not the way it should go.
Casey:
And here’s the other thing I’ll say right now, just to get it right out there… I’m sorry that it’s stereotypical but if you want to define the terms of this race, going against Barrack Obama, it should not be vagina invasion.
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
Alright? That is a losing battle at the outset, alright. John McCain saying that the lynchpin… You know, if “who do you want invading your vagina” is gonna be his campaign, he is just done.
Jeff:
He is in big trouble.
Casey:
Forget it. Just fold now.
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
You are done. Okay. Moving on, your second spam.
Jeff:
The second spam also features John McCain.
Casey:
Yes, it did.
Jeff:
It’s just “John McCain eats a bug”. That’s it.
Casey:
Now, is that some kind of slang for eating out? I think oral sex… Let’s call oral sex that from now on?
Jeff:
Eating a bug?
Casey:
“Oh, man, he eats bug.”
Jeff:
Okay.
Casey:
“He’s been eating bug.”
Jeff:
Again, I don’t want to really see John McCain…
Casey:
No, I don’t want to see him eating bug.
Jeff:
Me neither.
Casey:
I don’t want to see him eating bug at all.
Jeff:
Did you see the awesomeness where Fox News, in order to show him more youthfully while they’ve been doing their…
Casey:
Youthfully?
Jeff:
Yeah. They want to show him more youthful.
Casey:
That’s gonna take some extensive computer graphics…
Jeff:
You think so.
Casey:
Yeah, I think so.
Jeff:
What they started doing is while they discuss him, they’ve been showing a video of his 2000 run. So they just showed that because he looks better in that.
Casey:
Awesome.
Jeff:
And then you don’t even notice except that they pause it and all of a sudden, you see the sign that says, you know, 2000 on it instead of 2008.
Casey:
Leave it to Fox News.
Jeff:
They’re incredible.
Casey:
Oh, man.
Jeff:
They’re incredible.
Casey:
Worst news agency in the world.
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
Well, I have a spam for you.
Jeff:
Okay.
Casey:
I think my spam’s better than yours.
Jeff:
Tell me.
Casey:
Because frankly, I don’t believe….
Jeff:
My spam is bigger than yours.
Casey:
I don’t believe his promise to invade my vagina…
Jeff:
Or any other’s…
Casey:
Is worth anything…
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
Frankly…
Jeff:
You trollop.
Casey:
“Bigg Jigwith’s Fly as a Plane — download it free” is the spam that I got.
Jeff:
Bigg Jigg? Oh, this is like a…
Casey:
I don’t know who Bigg Jigg is but what I do know is that it is not just 2 G’s in Bigg Jigg.
Jeff:
Oh, I see.
Casey:
Nor are there 3 G’s in Bigg Jigg.
Jeff:
He brings 4?
Casey:
There are a full 4 G’s…
Jeff:
Yep.
Casey:
In Bigg Jigg.
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
They are both double, right.
Jeff:
He brings the G.
Casey:
Now, what this is called, it’s a mixed tape release that I can download for free. It’s called “No Pen, No Pad”. And it’s hosted by DJ Slip n’ Slide.
Jeff:
Awesome.
Casey:
Alright? I’m gonna read you some of the track names off of this.
Jeff:
Okay.
Casey:
Alright, the track names off of this.
Jeff:
This is all in the spam?
Casey:
This is all in the spam. It’s like they’re telling everything I’m gonna get, right. One of them is “Imma King”, right?
Jeff:
Okay.
Casey:
That’s Bigg Jigg featuring The Game and it’s produced by Drawzilla.
Jeff:
Okay.
Casey:
Alright.
Jeff:
I wonder if it’s the real Game or somebody else calling him The Game because The Game is famous.
Casey:
“Bang This Shit”. “Bang This Shit”.
Jeff:
“Bang This Shit”.
Casey:
By Bigg Jigg and that’s featuring Cow and it’s produced by Grand Hustle Beatmaker Cow. So I don’t know if those are 2 different Cows…
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
Or if it’s, like, in their culture, where they come from, everyone is Cow…
Jeff:
I see.
Casey:
And then there’s some prefix that identifies which Cow you are, right?
Jeff:
I see.
Casey:
This is featuring Cow and it’s produced by Grand Hustle Beatmaker Cow, right. So in my mind, it’s like an Indian tribe, right.
Jeff:
Okay.
Casey:
And you are like Big Chief Running Water and that’s Big Chief in a Canoe or whatever, right…
Jeff:
Okay.
Casey:
And this is that’s it, right. It’s like, “Oh, I’m by Grand Hustle Beatmaker Cow and this is like…” I don’t know what the fuck the other name would be…
Jeff:
“Running with DX7”
Casey:
Yeah, Cow…
Jeff:
Give me some more.
Casey:
Yeah. “Diamonds in My Chain Remix”…
Jeff:
Okay.
Casey:
Okay. Featuring Bigg Jigg, Jeezy, and Fabulous, okay.
Jeff:
So, why does he always say… This is his CD. Why does he have to say it’s by him every time?
Casey:
Well, the best part about that is none of the songs have him listed first.
Jeff:
Awesome.
Casey:
Right? They’re all like Bigg Jigg, Bigg Jigg, Bigg Jigg, Bigg Jigg, Bigg Jigg, Bigg Jigg, Bigg Jigg on the Bigg Jigg mixtape featuring Bigg Jigg…
Jeff:
Awesome.
Casey:
Now with Bigg Jigg, produced by Bigg Jigg. A lot of them are also produced by Bigg Jigg which is great. Some other highlights — “Fly as a Plane”, obviously, which is the eponymous one here for…
Jeff:
Okay.
Casey:
Well, not eponymous but for the email eponymous, right…
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
Because that was what it said there.
Jeff:
That was the subject.
Casey:
Yeah. But this also features 2 interludes titled simply, “Bigg Jigg Interlude”. So I guess it’s like… It’s kind of like… It’s like JFK, there was too much here for one sitting. So you can take a break in the middle, right?
Jeff:
No one can take that much Bigg Jigg.
Casey:
No one can take that much Bigg Jigg. It’s to bigg, right…
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
Of a jigg for you. My favorite, by far, is “Floss Like a Dentist”, right…
Jeff:
Awesome.
Casey:
That’s the second to the last track is “Floss Like a Dentist”. And that’s by Bigg Jigg produced by Young Pulse.
Jeff:
Okay.
Casey:
Well, on this particular spam, what they’ve done is… Bigg Jigg, I assume, is there because he’s wearing a giant necklace that has a pendant on it that says “Bigg Jigg”…
Jeff:
Uh-huh. Are there diamonds on that pendant?
Casey:
Yes, everywhere.
Jeff:
Okay.
Casey:
And someone has Photoshopped a little sparkle on all of the… Like, lots of places. But it’s the same sparkle. They have not…
Jeff:
Just resized?
Casey:
Nope. They have not resized it. They’ve not rotated it.
Jeff:
Awesome.
Casey:
They literally just took a sparkle and stamped it down, right…
Jeff:
As if it was like a lens flare in a game.
Casey:
Yes.
Jeff:
Like, that level of sophistication?
Casey:
Yes, exactly.
Jeff:
I see.
Casey:
And that’s where we’re at. Now, one thing I will warn you about, though, Jeff…
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
Is that this CD has a “Parental Advisory” on it that it has explicit lyrics. So be careful of that.
Jeff:
Okay. So this is a major release? This isn’t like…
Casey:
I don’t know.
Jeff:
You don’t see the, like, EMI or something like that…
Casey:
It can’t be that major because it says, “Book Bigg Jigg today. Call 561-891-7536.”
Jeff:
You know, booking Bigg Jigg…
Casey:
Do you want me to call that?
Jeff:
You call… You book Bigg Jigg and he shows up at your daughter’s party. That’s gonna go wrong.
Casey:
Should I? Should I just call the number?
Jeff:
See what it is?
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
Yeah, give it a call.
Casey:
Alright. I’ll see what it says.
Jeff:
Bigg Jigg’s gonna answer, you realize?
Casey:
I guess. I’m just gonna ask what the deal is with this.
Jeff:
Like, “what do you cost/what do you charge”?
Casey:
“You’ve reached national recording artist Bigg Jigg…” It’s like an automated fucking Bigg Jigg helpline.
Jeff:
Oh, I see.
Casey:
I wanted to talk to Bigg Jigg. What the fuck?
Jeff:
“Press 1 if you have a problem playing your copy protected CD.”
Casey:
Right. “Press 1 if you need to Floss Like a Dentist. Press 2 if you need to Take it to the Streets.”
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
Right. Yeah. One thing I’ll also say is for some reason, “Imma King” is spelled that way. But “I’m a Boss” is spelled “I’m a Boss”. Somewhere between track 2 and track 11, he got all grammatical and shit…
Jeff:
On your…
Casey:
On my ass.
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
Now song 12, though, is “Minds Me” like “Say, that ‘minds me,” I guess.
Jeff:
Yep.
Casey:
“Say, that ‘minds me…”
Jeff:
There’s something wrong with my semenz…
Casey:
What I want to do, actually… It’s too bad that Bigg Jigg couldn’t pick up the phone.
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
Because if he had picked up the phone, what I would’ve asked him is, “We got 2 spams this Bigg Jigg.”
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
“You told me I could download this shit. John McCain promised to invade my vagina. So what I want to know is will you match his offer?”
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
“Will Bigg Jigg promise right here on national podcast radio…”
Jeff:
To invade…
Casey:
“To invade the vaginas of all the people to whom he spent the spam…”
Jeff:
Of America. Yes. I think…
Casey:
Right? Step up.
Jeff:
I’m guessing that he’d have no problem with such a problem.
Casey:
I think he’s be like, “Yeah, I’d floss that shit like a dentist.”
Jeff:
Yep, exactly.
Casey:
Yeah. Uh-huh.
Jeff:
So the other thing I wanted to talk about is this spam king craziness.
Casey:
Okay.
Jeff:
So…
Casey:
spam king?
Jeff:
Right. So he was one of the dudes that have been spamming for years and years and years and years…
Casey:
How come it’s always it’s a spam king and not a spam queen?
Jeff:
I don’t know maybe…
Casey:
What’s going on with that?
Jeff:
Because then, they’d be invading our penises, not our vaginas, right?
Casey:
“Guaranteed to invade your penis”?
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
John McCain says…
Jeff:
And that’s not… That’s even worse, somehow…
Casey:
Yeah. Well, he’s got room in the jowls for it, you know what I’m saying, right?
Jeff:
No.
Casey:
You wouldn’t see that poking out.
Jeff:
No. No. Stop it.
Casey:
No matter how much you’re packing there, he’s got room.
Jeff:
You know…
Casey:
That guy could fucking take a foot-long sausage…
Jeff:
Stop it. Stop it.
Casey:
He eats a hotdog in one bite.
Jeff:
Stop.
Casey:
Do you hear what I’m saying to you?
Jeff:
Stop it.
Casey:
Alright.
Jeff:
You’re getting the P&P in one more.
Casey:
Right.
Jeff:
So…
Casey:
You know, that reminds me on the John McCain front…
Jeff:
Uh-huh…
Casey:
What’s your opinion on this? Because I’ve noticed that some people… This is the thing that I’m not sure about. There was some degree of debate as to whether getting shot down and being a POW qualifies you to be Commander in Chief. Someone said something like, “Why do we give a shit about the dude who got shot down,” right?
Jeff:
Yeah. Wesley Clark walked into that one.
Casey:
So I’m wondering, though, honestly… In my mind, when I think about it, it’s like, “Why do you want the guy who got shot down?”
Jeff:
Well, that’s…
Casey:
Doesn’t he have a point here? It’s like George Washington is the guy who survived and led people through the Revolutionary War, right?
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
He’s the president, okay. It’s not the dude who, like, got captured by the British…
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
Right? And then got released by some other guys when they found him. So yeah, what’s the deal with that?
Jeff:
I don’t know.
Casey:
Since when does being a POW make you deserving of anything other than sympathy?
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
You fucking failed. That’s a war fail, right?
Jeff:
War fail?
Casey:
Yes.
Jeff:
I think that’s how Wesley Clark looked at it, obviously.
Casey:
Yeah. Right.
Jeff:
And then, he said it. And then, there are some things that are apparently off limits. And making fun of his war record…
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
As pretty ridiculous as McCain’s is…
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
Was one of those things that, like, “Oh…” You know, it screwed him. Like…
Casey:
You know you can’t do that…
Jeff:
Yeah. Apparently, you can’t do that because he was, like, the one that everyone was thinking is gonna be the vice presidential nominee and now he’s out of there.
Casey:
Wesley Clark?
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
Because of that?
Jeff:
After saying that, he’s not in. I mean, it could’ve been like, “Oh, I don’t want to be the vice president…”
Casey:
Really? Interesting.
Jeff:
“Here’s an easy way to get out of it.”
Casey:
Well, here’s the thing, too, right. It’s like, that just shows you how far the bar has fallen, right?
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
We used to have presidents who were, like, victorious military leaders.
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
Now, we’re at POW.
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
That’s where we’re at, right.
Jeff:
Well…
Casey:
Last time, the Democrats nominated somebody who had, like, a Purple Heart for commanding a PT boat, right…
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
That’s a pretty far step down than, like, conquering general…
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
Like Dwight D. Eisenhower or George Wash--… Right? We stepped it down. We’re continuing to step it down. Or Andrew Jackson or something, right, you know?
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
Stepping it down. Now we’re at POW.
Jeff:
Well…
Casey:
So what is next? Who is the next military…
Jeff:
Well, we’ve already had the next.
Casey:
Who?
Jeff:
Both Clinton and Bush managed to get out…
Casey:
Oh, dodgers. We’re like dodgers.
Jeff:
Dodgers…
Casey:
So like, yeah, we’ll take a POW over a dodger any day…
Jeff:
Right, exactly.
Casey:
That’s better, right? We’re getting a little bit up there.
Jeff:
We need a person that has not ever demonstrated any possible courage of any kind.
Casey:
Couldn’t dodge…
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
Couldn’t win…
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
Just got captured and that’s it.
Jeff:
Maybe shot by a ricochet inside the…
Casey:
Oh, no. Friendly fire, it’s friendly fire.
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
The next president has to have been injured in friendly fire. That’s what we’re looking for. Better yet, was implicated in friendly fire, right, like guy shot the own dude.
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
But not on the battlefield…
Casey:
Traitor. That’s what we need.
Jeff:
Traitor is next?
Casey:
The next one is leaked nuclear secrets. We’re gonna find someone who leaked nuclear secrets of gave the guys, like, the secret plans to our base. Yeah, that’s the guy for our next president, right. And they’re like, “My competitor has never leaked anything to anybody.”
Jeff:
Right. “He doesn’t have a plan.”
Casey:
“He doesn’t have the credentials to fuck up the country.”
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
“I do.”
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
“I have contacts…”
Casey:
“Experience with foreign governments…”
Jeff:
Right, exactly.
Casey:
“Intimate experience, in fact. In fact, they owe me a favor. They owe me a favor.”
Jeff:
That sounds awesome.
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
I’d vote for that.
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
Awesome.
Casey:
Perfect. You’d end up with Henry Kissinger.
Jeff:
Maybe our next one would’ve actually been the spam king. He would’ve been nominated, right?
Casey:
Nominated for what? Oh, for president?
Jeff:
For president. Yeah.
Casey:
Alright.
Jeff:
Let’s put up the spam king.
Casey:
Okay. Yeah, the spam king.
Jeff:
He got the stuff done.
Casey:
He’s king, after all.
Jeff:
Yeah, he made a lot of money.
Casey:
King is good training for president.
Jeff:
Yeah, exactly.
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
It’s basically the same thing nowadays. What’s the difference?
Casey:
Awesome.
Jeff:
So this dude, when you think of white collar criminal…
Casey:
How thankful are you… Let’s mention this for a second. How thankful are you for Franklin Delano Roosevelt? If it wasn’t for him, we wouldn’t have term limits, right?
Jeff:
Oh, I see. Yeah.
Casey:
Bush could’ve just kept on rolling.
Jeff:
Maybe not. If Bush went up against Clinton, I think Clinton wins it definitely.
Casey:
Oh, Clinton would’ve wiped the floor.
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
With Bush, yeah.
Jeff:
’Cos Clinton’s got that mojo that…
Casey:
He’s got the mojo.
Jeff:
Right?
Casey:
He’s got the mojo.
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
Yep.
Jeff:
It doesn’t matter. If he was in the middle of that scandal, it doesn’t matter.
Casey:
“I promise to invade your vagina.”
Jeff:
And he would.
Casey:
And he would.
Jeff:
That’s a promise that will not be broken.
Casey:
“I’ll tell you right now, I probably already have.”
Jeff:
“I’m gonna be perfectly honest…”
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
“I’m gonna be perfectly honest. I already did…”
Casey:
“There are only 2 types of people in America… Sorry, 3 types of people — those with a vagina I have invaded, those with a vagina I will invade, and people with no vagina at all.”
Jeff:
It’s fine that we’ve done the politics angle because the spam king is not that interesting and it’s somewhat sad.
Casey:
It is somewhat sad.
Jeff:
The only thing that I found amazing…
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
I mean, he’s this white collar criminal, right?
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
All he’s good at, really, is buying the software that allows you to spam…
Casey:
Which anyone can do, right?
Jeff:
Right, anybody can buy it. But he went to jail for it.
Casey:
It’s not so much that he is good at buying the software. What he’s good at is lying to himself about his life, right. He is basically qualified for a number of jobs, right. Bush Cabinet, for example, eminently he’s qualified to do that, right? He’s qualified to be an oil company executive. He’s qualified to be an ethanol…
Jeff:
The qualifications…
Casey:
Lobbyist, right?
Jeff:
So you’re saying…
Casey:
There’s plenty of things that he could do with his job qualifications…
Jeff:
I see.
Casey:
Which is no skill, no talent, no morals…
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
Jack Abramoff partner… Like, there’s so many things that he could’ve done. He just happened to be a spammer.
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
Right?
Jeff:
Well, you know, I just figured, like, this guy’s gonna be a little weasel-y guy. He’s going to prison or whatever…
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
Apparently, it wasn’t… He was able to escape from a federal gap.
Casey:
Wait, escape…
Jeff:
Yes.
Casey:
Did not sound like what happened here. Escape is like we broke out of Alcatraz, okay. That is an escape. This was like “I didn’t come back when they thought I would”, right. It’s like, he got in a car with his wife…
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
Was the escape. It wasn’t like, “Yeah, we planned it for months. We scraped through the wall of our cage and to some sewer linings which we knew ran through the bottom of the thing and we’re like, ‘Time to do exactly…’”
Jeff:
This wasn’t a Shawshank, no.
Casey:
That didn’t happen, right? None of those things happened. It was like, “My wife drove up in a car and I got in.” That was the escape.
Jeff:
Yes. I didn’t understand that. Was he out, like, working on the roadside or something?
Casey:
I don’t know.
Jeff:
Because why doesn’t that happen all the time? I mean, if it’s as easy as, “Honey, I’m gonna be on I-5 at 4:30…”
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
“Pick the up.”
Casey:
Right.
Jeff:
It’s fine.
Casey:
Yeah. “I need my one phone call.”
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
And the phone call’s to a taxi, right? It’s like, “I’m sorry. What was the address again?” “Uh, the big prison, you know, the one…” “I’m sorry sir, we need a cross street.” He’s like, “God damn it. I didn’t see that when I came in.” Puts the phone down, asks the guard like, “Hey, do you know what the cross street is of the prison?” He’s like, “Yeah, it’s 43 Rosebud Street.” You’re like, “Oh, okay. Thank you. 43 Rosebud Street.” “Okay, sir. Your cab will be there in 15 minutes. What’s the callback number?” “Umm… You know what, I’ll just be out there. It’s fine. You don’t really need to call anyone back, really.”
Jeff:
“I’ll be waiting for you.”
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
Meanwhile, there’s some guard, like, in another room, watching the security cameras and shit, right. The phone rings. He picks up and it goes like, “Your cab has arrived.” He’s like, “Huh, that’s odd,” hangs up the phone and goes back to playing Solitaire, right, on his Windows machine, you know. The dude, in the meantime, is outside, getting into the cab, right.
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
He’s like, “You know what, I don’t have any cash. Can I just pay you when you get here?” The dude’s like, “Hmm… I don’t know about that.” He’s like, “C’mon, man. Please. I just got out of prison,” right? And he’s like, “Well, I guess.”
Jeff:
“You can trust me. I’m the spam king.”
Casey:
Yeah, exactly. “I just got out of prison.” Drives away in the cab, you know, “Where do you want to go?” “I don’t know. Where do spammers go?” “I don’t know.” “Can you take me to the… I just…” Oh, awesome. You know what, it’s probably a lot like when you have those gamblers and shit, right, and they can go make some money, like, “Just drop me off at like a Blackjack game so I can get myself started again.” So he’s like, “Internet café. Take me to an internet café…”
Jeff:
Right, “Take me to an internet café and I can make up money…”
Casey:
“And I can pay you back in 15 minutes.”
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
Right?
Jeff:
Exactly.
Casey:
“I’ll come back in 15 minutes. I’ll pay you.”
Jeff:
“I’m gonna spam some stuff…”
Casey:
Yeah. “I’ll spam some shit out… I’ll get 50 orders for penis pills in the first half hour,” right…
Jeff:
“I’ll take care of you.”
Casey:
Yes, exactly.
Jeff:
Yep.
Casey:
So that’s where he probably went.
Jeff:
He went there…
Casey:
After his break out of jail… Yeah, exactly. Exactly.
Jeff:
Well, it’s pretty awesome that…
Casey:
So when I was little…
Jeff:
He served 5 weeks.
Casey:
Oh, wait. This is better.
Jeff:
What?
Casey:
Just forget whatever you were gonna say because it’s lame.
Jeff:
You got better…
Casey:
So when I was little, right, they took us to a prison.
Jeff:
This one time…
Casey:
Our school field trip…took us to prison
Jeff:
Awesome.
Casey:
Was to a prison.
Jeff:
Like a scared straight kind of maneuver?
Casey:
Yes.
Jeff:
Okay.
Casey:
Right. Only prison is like fucking camp, okay. It was a minimum security prison…
Jeff:
And you guys all thought it was awesome?
Casey:
Library, weight room…
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
Right? Looks like a normal place. You’re just like… The closest thing that I’ve seen to this prison in the rest of my travels…
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
Old folks’ home. Same basic idea, as far as I could tell, right.
Jeff:
Awesome.
Casey:
Seriously, right. And so, the only scary part of it was basically, like, one dude who was like, clearly had had some run-ins with the other inmates, if you will…
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
Right? They promised to invade his vagina kind of a situation, right, a little John McCain action going on there.
Jeff:
Okay.
Casey:
And that was a little troubling. You’re like, “Hmm… I don’t really want that to happen to me,” right.
Jeff:
Okay. Was he the giver or receiver? Like, who did you meet?
Casey:
We met the receiver.
Jeff:
Oh, okay.
Casey:
Right.
Jeff:
Okay. You met the bottom.
Casey:
So that was a little… Yeah.
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
That was a little tricky.
Jeff:
In minimum security, they have a problem with this, too? It’s like an old folks’ home with rape.
Casey:
I imagine it’s the other way around, right. It’s like in minimum security, there’s no security. So it’s like, “Woohoo. We’ve got the weight room. We’ve got the family room. And we’ve also got the bunk room. Like, we’ve got the laundry room,” or whatever, you know…
Jeff:
Right. “And over here is John McCain.”
Casey:
Yeah, exactly. And John McCain is ready to accept your…
Jeff:
To invade all action. Awesome.
Casey:
Yeah, exactly. Pow! Sorry, couldn’t help that one. It just kind of snuck up in there. Anyway, yeah. We went to this prison. I distinctly remember this field trip, actually, because when we got back, it was like you could be a pen pal, right. You had the option of being a pen pal with someone in prison.
Jeff:
Holy shit.
Casey:
I’m not making this shit up, dude. I’m not making this shit up.
Jeff:
Thinking of how that would happen now, it’s like…
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
This is awesome.
Casey:
Yeah, exactly. Now, it’s a pen pal. So you could write back and forth to the prisoners or whatever, right?
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
Which I remember, like, a bunch of people…
Jeff:
Jimmy the boy-fucker.
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
“Hi, Jimmy. My name is…”
Casey:
I was a total ass. Like, I’m a total ass now but I was way more of an ass when I was little, right. So they were like, “If you want to write to prisoners…” And I said something like, “Yeah, I’m gonna spend a lot of time writing to prisoners. Sure. Definitely.”
Jeff:
Yeah, I’m gonna talk about that.
Casey:
“My first party in life is spending a lot of time making sure prisoners have letters to read.”
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
“From kids. That’s like, yeah, great. Let’s do that. That sounds like the number 1 priority for making the world a better place.”
Jeff:
In crayons, right?
Casey:
Awesome. Yeah, exactly. No, we were in 6th grade at the time.
Jeff:
Oh, okay.
Casey:
Here’s the thing that really pissed me off, though…
Jeff:
Really bad cursive…
Casey:
Let’s talk about things that pissed me off…
Jeff:
Alright.
Casey:
While we’re on that subject of field trips…
Jeff:
Casey’s No Good?
Casey:
Here’s the one that is… This, in my opinion, like, I don’t know how to sue for this but if I did, I would.
Jeff:
Alright.
Casey:
It’s just like, I would file a lawsuit to have this removed. And I’m sure you could win this lawsuit. I think it’s like a no-brainer, right.
Jeff:
Okay.
Casey:
’Cos it’s got to be a 4th Amendment, like, just straight up, right?
Jeff:
We don’t have amendments anymore.
Casey:
Yeah, that’s right. Good point. We used to be able to sue for this.
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
They take the kids on the field trip to the police department to be fingerprinted.
Jeff:
Really?
Casey:
Yes.
Jeff:
That’s awesome. And they kept them? You assume they kept those fingerprints?
Casey:
Of course they fucking kept them.
Jeff:
Wow.
Casey:
They’re keeping them so they can fucking identify later.
Jeff:
Wow.
Casey:
When you freak out and kill your whole family…
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
They want something to dust for.
Jeff:
Yeah, that’s awesome. So you’re in the FBI database?
Casey:
Fucking cocksuckers.
Jeff:
You’re in the database now?
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
Do fingerprints just get bigger or do they get all, like, stretched out? Like, do little kids match grownup versions of themselves?
Casey:
I have no idea.
Jeff:
So your fingerprints? Huh… That’s pretty amazing.
Casey:
Yeah, so frankly…
Jeff:
You’re in the system.
Casey:
As far as I know, like, I don’t know see any way that’s legal. I can’t imagine how that’s legal.
Jeff:
Was it like the local police department?
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
Okay. Yeah, that’s pretty crazy. That’s pretty crazy.
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
And I don’t see how they… They’re like, “See, it’s not that scary to get picked up for a DUI…”
Casey:
Pretty much.
Jeff:
“So kids…” ‘Cos they’re trying to show that policemen aren’t that bad.
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
“Here, we’re gonna show what it’s like to be tased.”
Casey:
Pretty much.
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
It’s like, “We’re gonna fingerprint you because you’re all… We know you’re all presumed guilty little miscreants and we want your fingerprints for later.”
Jeff:
Wow. That is crazy.
Casey:
So I would love to… Like, someday, I’m gonna figure out how to fucking make a problem out of that…
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
Because that is bullshit.
Jeff:
Yeah. You’ll have to wait ‘til you leave the country…
Casey:
I think here’s the problem. So second president… The second president that we ever had signed into law something saying that the federal government could prosecute you for saying shit they didn’t like. That’s basically what the Alien and Sedition Act was. It was like…
Jeff:
Oh, right…
Casey:
It was like, “We can sue the press for saying shit…”
Jeff:
That was John Adams?
Casey:
That was John Adams.
Jeff:
Huh…
Casey:
Well, hey, you want to know something awesome?
Jeff:
I didn’t know it was that early…
Casey:
On the PHPWomen.org front… Not John Adams’ fault, apparently.
Jeff:
Really?
Casey:
Abigail Adams’ fault.
Jeff:
Oh…
Casey:
Abigail Adams is, like, fierce, right?
Jeff:
I got 99 problems…
Casey:
You do not want to fuck with Abigail Adams is basically my takeaway…
Jeff:
I see.
Casey:
From American history, right… It’s like John Adams, pussy. Abigail Adams, seriously hardcore.
Jeff:
So what you say… You believe it goes up and down.
Casey:
I know that it does.
Jeff:
Well, I don’t believe we’ve hit the high point yet. I think they’re still adding stuff that’s absurd…
Casey:
Yes.
Jeff:
And we haven’t gotten the rollercoaster down yet.
Casey:
Of course we’re living in a country where they’re like, “What’s the 3rd Amendment of the Constitution?” “Oh, it says that you can trap lobsters on Sunday,” you now, or something like that. It’s like… What?
Jeff:
It’s my God-given right.
Casey:
It doesn’t make any sense, this shit. Like, in this country, we’re like, healthcare is a right. Okay. You had rights that were like freedom of speech and you just let those go and you’re fighting over healthcare?
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
That’s so not a right. That is the furthest thing from a “right” as there is, right? That’s a service, right?
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
You can say that it’s a fundamental service that should be a right. It’s not a right. You don’t come out of the womb or your mother having the ability to get healthcare…
Jeff:
No.
Casey:
And then someone takes it away from you, right?
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
That is not how that works.
Jeff:
No, no. As soon as you’re out…
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
They’re like, “Here’s your HMO.”
Casey:
Right. Yeah.
Jeff:
“Here’s your deductible.”
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
“Now, I know you can’t pay this yet…”
Casey:
But…
Jeff:
“But we’ll have it set up for you.”
Casey:
Yeah, exactly.
Jeff:
No, they’re on top of this shit.
Casey:
No, it’s fine.
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
Well, it’d be interesting if they were phrased, all of the rest of them, that way, right? It’s like, it’s not that you have freedom of speech, it’s you have your own talk show, right?
Jeff:
I see. Yeah.
Casey:
It’s not that you have the right to bear arms. It’s that you get a gun. Like literally, here is your gun. You can have it.
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
Rights are things that other people can’t take away…
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
Not things that you get, right?
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
It’s that they can’t take away your gun if you have it, right…
Jeff:
It doesn’t mean you’ll get one.
Casey:
It doesn’t mean you’ll get it for free. You still have to buy the gun, right. You have to take the gun or buy the gun or get the gun from somewhere or fucking steal it if you have to. It’s that they can’t take it away. It’s not that you get the gun. But somehow, healthcare has fallen into the “rights” category. It’s like, no. If you want to say that someone can’t take away your healthcare if you paid for it, sure. But that’s kind of already covered, right?
Jeff:
That’s awesome.
Casey:
No one’s saying that if you paid for an operation, that the government can come in and say you can’t have it (except if it’s an abortion).
Jeff:
That’s true. Maybe that has…
Casey:
Maybe that does happen, right? Whoops.
Jeff:
Yeah, maybe we need to cover that.
Casey:
But hey…
Jeff:
Damn it.
Casey:
Right to healthcare isn’t in the Bill of Rights, last time I checked. So it’s really not a big deal. Anyway, point being it’s kind of strange to think of the rest of the rights that way. It’s like… Yeah. It’s not that you can be denied housing…
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
Right, based on your ethnicity or your sexual orientation… It’s that you get a house. Here’s your house. You get it. It’s yours for free. Have fun.
Jeff:
Well, I liked the one where there was a White man and I believe it was on a local city board…
Casey:
Okay.
Jeff:
And he was complaining about how, I believe… I don’t remember what department it was but complaints about this department were disappearing.
Casey:
Okay.
Jeff:
And they used the…
Casey:
Is this an Ignatius P. Reilly situation?
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
Like, “I filed them by throwing them away.”
Jeff:
Yeah, possibly.
Casey:
Okay.
Jeff:
Well, he was complaining that they just disappeared. And he used the phrase “it’s like a black hole over there”.
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
Three of the Black members of the board became enraged at this…
Casey:
At the fact that it was a black hole?
Jeff:
Right. He says, “I would like an apology…” And it blew up into all of them walking off, especially…
Casey:
Wow… Well, honestly Jeff… I mean, personally…
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
I find “black hole” to be very offensive.
Jeff:
Okay, you’re offended?
Casey:
Well, okay. This is the situation, right…
Jeff:
A white star and a black hole.
Casey:
No, just picture this, right… There’s a bunch of White astronomers, right, at the big white telescope, okay, looking up at the sky…
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
Alright. Which is entirely black, okay. Everything up there is black, right? So you’re looking at something that is just a black heavens, right, but no one says anything about that, right? Meanwhile, they find one little thing, right, which is something that no one wants… It’s a part of the sky that no one wants to go near, okay… It takes all your shit, alright. It goes in… It’s never heard from again…
Jeff:
I see.
Casey:
But it goes in there, right?
Jeff:
Uh-huh.
Casey:
That part of the celestial neighborhood, they call that the black hole.
Jeff:
Black hole. I see.
Casey:
Everything else is already black but they call that the black hole.
Jeff:
Okay.
Casey:
So yes, maybe that particular person’s use of the phrase, “black hole”, was not racist. But the astronomical use of the word, “black hole”, clearly racist.
Jeff:
I see.
Casey:
Absolutely. No question about it.
Jeff:
Well, you should petition…
Casey:
Which is why I think they should rename it Martin Luther King, Jr. Hole.
Jeff:
Okay.
Casey:
They should be called MLK Holes.
Jeff:
MLK Holes.
Casey:
Okay.
Jeff:
That’s awesome.
Casey:
That is my proposal.
Jeff:
So when you use the term as a…
Casey:
Yeah. You know what, no. I don’t want to hear any or of your racist remarks because I know what you’re gonna say…
Jeff:
Alright.
Casey:
You’re gonna be like, “Blablabla, white dwarf.” It’s like, racist, midget-hating, motherfucking astronomers, right, all they do is come up with these names for things that try to take minorities…
Jeff:
I see.
Casey:
Right.
Jeff:
I see so…
Casey:
And further minimize them, right. Oh, what is it… Oh, it’s this thing that flies off the fucking handle, right. No one can contain it. It’s just freaking out, right. It’s super tiny but it makes a big fuss about everything. What do we call that? A white dwarf, right?
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
It’s like, fuck that. Little People Stars.
Jeff:
Okay.
Casey:
Little People Stars is what we should call them.
Jeff:
LP Stars and MLK Holes.
Casey:
Yes.
Jeff:
Alright.
Casey:
Yeah. MLK Holes, I’m totally behind.
Jeff:
I’m a little worried about our new terminology because we might have to change Hole, too, because an MLK Hole sounds like…
Casey:
Yeah…
Jeff:
“That guy is an MLK Hole.”
Casey:
“He’s such an MLK Hole.”
Jeff:
Yeah. Anyway, what were we talking about? Where did this start?
Casey:
We were talking about the fact that our government is out of control…
Jeff:
Yes.
Casey:
Restricting your freedoms, and no one cares.
Jeff:
Well, I was…
Casey:
Except me, apparently.
Jeff:
Yeah. I was gonna say the one thing that is new that I actually didn’t know about ‘til I looked it up for this podcast…
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
Was that the old rule where if you were willing to subject yourself to a secondary search, you could fly without ID.
Casey:
Right.
Jeff:
Not just for the people that forgot…
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
But like, if he just said, “Look, I don’t believe in showing my ID to fly…”
Casey:
Right.
Jeff:
If you take the extra search…
Casey:
I see. So you’re like, “My ID is my anus.”
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
“Why don’t you go look for it?”
Jeff:
Right. “Why don’t you take a look in there.”
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
And they will.
Casey:
Yep.
Jeff:
Anyway, they changed that…
Casey:
Can I just say one thing right now?
Jeff:
Tell me.
Casey:
So like, I would prepare… If I was gonna be that ass, I’d prepare, right.
Jeff:
I see.
Casey:
I’d be like…
Jeff:
It’s taco Tuesday.
Casey:
Exactly. I was like, “You know what, I went to the chili-eating contest in Texas, showed my ID on the way there but I seem to have forgotten it on the way back.” You just let this really ripe one go…
Jeff:
No, stop it.
Casey:
You know, right there…
Jeff:
Stop it!
Casey:
And then they’re like, “We’re gonna need to strip search,” and I’m like, “Be my fucking guest. I can’t promise you I can hold it for that long,” right…
Jeff:
Stop it. Stop it.
Casey:
I’ve been using the bathrooms to this airport, every single fucking one of them.
Jeff:
No.
Casey:
Shit all over the place [inaudible 49:51]
Jeff:
Stop it.
Casey:
He puts his hand up there and you just fucking…
Jeff:
Stop it.
Casey:
Right. Awesome.
Jeff:
Oh, my God. Anyway…
Casey:
I’m totally behind that. That is what you should do.
Jeff:
Well, let me finish. It doesn’t help anymore.
Casey:
Okay.
Jeff:
Because on the 22nd or the 21st of June, now you can’t fly if you claim, “I don’t want to give you my ID because I’m exercising my right not to show you ID [ for free travel ]…”
Casey:
Right.
Jeff:
You don’t fly. They don’t have to let you fly.
Casey:
I see.
Jeff:
Now, interestingly, if you say you forgot it…
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
They can still secondary search you and you can get on the plane without showing ID.
Casey:
Oh, it’s like, “I don’t want to show my ID.” “I’m sorry, sir. You can’t fly.” “I mean, I forgot my ID.” “Okay, can we strip search you?” “Sure.” And you’re on board.
Jeff:
Which is basically they’re saying what they’ve made illegal is…
Casey:
Being an ass…
Jeff:
Grumpiness, right.
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
It’s like, how fucked up is that? There’s no security thing there. They’re basically doing the thing of, “Pick up that can,” at the beginning of “Half-Life”.
Casey:
Yep.
Jeff:
They’re instituting that.
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
Aside from, like, the Jim Carrey terrorist that can’t lie, right…
Casey:
Right, right. Yeah, yeah, yeah.
Jeff:
Every other ones…
Casey:
The super honest terrorist. He always tries to bomb the plane but he always fails because he tells the truth at the end.
Jeff:
Right, exactly.
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
Yeah, every terrorist that’s hopping on the plane is saying he forgot his ID. Everyone else who just says, “No, I don’t want to show it to you,” doesn’t get to fly. So there’s no security there at all.
Casey:
Here’s what I want to…
Jeff:
It’s solely to get you to eat shit, basically.
Casey:
Alright, here’s the thing. Can I just tell you right now?
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
’Cos I know what the problem is with this TSA thing. You go to other places, right.
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
You go to, like, a mall, let’s say, right…
Jeff:
Okay.
Casey:
You go to… I don’t know… Anywhere really… An office building…
Jeff:
Alright.
Casey:
They have security companies, right? There are security companies whose job it is to police these areas. They’re getting paid.
Jeff:
Yep.
Casey:
There are corporations whose job it is to police these things, right.
Jeff:
Yep. Okay.
Casey:
I think basically what it boils down to is they haven’t figured out any way to charge airlines and other… You know, the government or whoever the fuck else it is, right… They haven’t figured out any way to charge them for having a patrol of the plane because it’s a plane, right, it’s in the air.
Jeff:
Okay.
Casey:
It’s not very large. So the TSA thing is really just… The reason there’s so much security there is just because someone’s making money, right?
Jeff:
Sure.
Casey:
The TSA is making lots and lots and lots of money off of this, right? So if you gave them some other way to make money in an airport that didn’t involve inconveniencing you, we’d probably be fine, right?
Jeff:
Oh, I see.
Casey:
Which also suggests to me that the problem here is non-counter party lobbying. Where are the explosives manufacturers, right?
Jeff:
Right. Yeah.
Casey:
Okay. People making plastic guns, right, like ceramic weaponry, okay…
Jeff:
Yep.
Casey:
People making small high-impact explosives. People making explosives that don’t show up on x-rays, right…
Jeff:
No, no, no…
Casey:
These are the companies who are slacking off…
Jeff:
Where are all the people who make little bottles of lotion?
Casey:
Right.
Jeff:
Those guys should be, like, right…
Casey:
Why aren’t… Yeah. Johnson & Johnson, one of the biggest companies…
Jeff:
Should be… Yeah.
Casey:
What are you doing?
Jeff:
Although it’s good for them because then you’d have to buy it again when you get past the gates.
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
Like throw your….
Casey:
It’s all about the money.
Jeff:
Yeah, you’ve gotta solve that.
Casey:
It’s always all about the money. It’s not about the government taking away your rights. It’s about the fact that the government taking away your rights, which they want to do…
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
Coincides with somebody making money.
Jeff:
That’s when…
Casey:
If someone was gonna lose money by the government taking away your rights, you’d have those rights for the rest of time.
Jeff:
Yeah, maybe but, I mean, that’s the whole drug legalization thing, right, and then Prohibition before that is the reason Prohibition got rescinded…
Casey:
Exactly…
Jeff:
Was not because they said, “Oh, this was a bad law.”
Casey:
Right.
Jeff:
It was like, “We need fucking cash.”
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
The federal government needs to tax liquor.
Casey:
Well, and yeah, the drug thing, similarly, I think a large part of that…
Jeff:
But why hasn’t the drug…
Casey:
Because it doesn’t come from here.
Jeff:
I see.
Casey:
Right. If we had the world’s best cocaine crops in middle America instead of corn…
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
Right? Fucking forget it.
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
That shit would never have been illegal, you know what I’m saying?
Jeff:
Coca Cola still would have been its original formula.
Casey:
But the fact that that stuff comes from somewhere…
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
That isn’t here… Means that it’s all good, right?
Jeff:
Yep. That’s true.
Casey:
It just means more law enforcement jobs for us, right?
Jeff:
I see.
Casey:
So it’s always about the money. Things settle into the stable state where the money’s getting made.
Jeff:
I see. I see.
Casey:
Yeah. That’s why pot does have a chance of being legalized. It doesn’t come from South American, right.
Jeff:
We can grow it here…
Casey:
Right?
Jeff:
I see.
Casey:
It doesn’t come from, you know, China. It comes from here. It comes from a pothead with a hydroponics operation in the back of his mother’s basement. And frankly, that is change we can believe in.
Jeff:
That’s true.
Casey:
You see what I’m saying?
Jeff:
That is totally true.
Casey:
Yeah. So pot, sure, it’s gonna be legal. It’s not because it’s a mild drug. That’s not the reason.
Jeff:
Totally.
Casey:
The reason is because it’s locally grown.
Jeff:
Well, do you want to want to talk about these awesome pot reviews in California for a second?
Casey:
I’d love to.
Jeff:
Okay. Why don’t you bring them up while we’re talking here.
Casey:
You’re talking about the Los Angeles Cannabis Club, correct?
Jeff:
Yeah. In California, medical marijuana has been legal for I think 5 or 6 years.
Casey:
It’s also legal here.
Jeff:
Yes, it is. It is. But we don’t have the facilities that they do in California, yet.
Casey:
Yes. Yes.
Jeff:
We’re kind of where they were 4 or 5 years ago. Now, there’s enough of the medical marijuana places. Just like Amazon, you put in reviews of the various outlets…
Casey:
Right. Yeah.
Jeff:
For your medical marijuana.
Casey:
Right. Yeah, exactly.
Jeff:
So yeah, we can read a couple of these that are pretty awesome, just in case our listeners are in California and you don’t have time to go to this site. We can help you out.
Casey:
Well, here’s one from the Canna Collective.
Jeff:
The Canna Collective.
Casey:
And this is in Long Beach. So anyone who’s in Long Beach listening and wants to get some, you know…
Jeff:
Action?
Casey:
Yeah. Well, I don’t really know because based on reading these reviews, what I have learned is my pot terminology, not so current.
Jeff:
I see.
Casey:
Apparently, right.
Jeff:
I see. Maybe that’s how they find the policemen, ‘cos they use non-hip lingo.
Casey:
Maybe. Here is the price description for this [ drug ].
Jeff:
Alright.
Casey:
“Good priced 8th’s. OG cush was 75 an 1/8 but really good. Free gram on first visit. Would go back again to purchase more of the grapefruit.”
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
That is what it says here. Okay.
Jeff:
It’s awesome that they have free samples just like normal stores.
Casey:
Now…
Jeff:
They probably accept coupons.
Casey:
Maybe. This part… This got backed up. “This is the best place, hands down. I don’t even where to begin. $50 1/8’s of the super heady cush.”
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
“They have great prices on really good bud, ranging from 35 an 8th to $50 for an 18th”?
Jeff:
I think that might be a typo but…
Casey:
So we’ll say that’s another 1/8.
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
There’s probably another… You know, the guy’s probably baked off his ass.
Jeff:
Alright.
Casey:
Yeah. “Free gram,” again, they keep mentioning the free gram. So apparently this place gets good ones on the free gram, right.
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
“Very dank cush,” it says here…
Jeff:
Uh-huh.
Casey:
“Sticky and tasty. Highly recommended. Great selection of clones…”
Jeff:
Okay.
Casey:
Okay. Let’s say, “Ground bud with vitamin E oil…”
Jeff:
Oh, yeah…
Casey:
That’s no good.
Jeff:
That’s no good?
Casey:
No. They said they cut hash with ground bud and vitamin E oil.
Jeff:
Oh…
Casey:
“Overpriced.”
Jeff:
I see.
Casey:
“Worst co-op in LA.”
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
“Better [ call from the ] 5-minute drive.”
Jeff:
I see. That’s like when we get our Thai iced teas and there’s not enough milk in them.
Casey:
Exactly.
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
“Both Sativa and Indica, nice selection of concentrates and edibles. Stock turns over quickly and is always fresh. A couple new strains every week.”
Jeff:
It’s annoying when you get your pot brownie and it’s stale, right?
Casey:
Yeah. This guy’s favorite is the Durban Diesel which “was so purple, it looked black”. “The Blue Dream, Moon Rocks, and the Rocky Road, which is chewy.”
Jeff:
Awesome.
Casey:
So that’s what I got for you.
Jeff:
That’s what you got? Alright. Well, that’s all for this week. I think that we want everyone who listens to send us an email because we like it so much…
Casey:
Yes.
Jeff:
At Podcast@JeffAndCaseyShow.com, right?
Casey:
That’s right.
Jeff:
It’s Jeff & Casey Show. You send it to Jeff & Casey, I think you end up with somebody else…
Casey:
Who knows where the fuck that goes…
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
I think it’s somebody’s wedding site…
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
And the Casey is a woman.
Jeff:
Yeah. So it’s Jeff & Ca--…
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
So you’re saying that Jeff & Casey, they're married? I'm getting a little freaked out here.
Casey:
It’s not coming up.
Jeff:
Alright.
Casey:
That’s what she said.
Jeff:
Anyway…
Casey:
JeffAndCasey.com doesn’t seem to be working.
Jeff:
Alright. Well, you guys send to JeffAndCaseyShow.com.
Casey:
Jeff & Casey Show.
Jeff:
Or MollyRocket… I supposed that’s always gonna work.
Casey:
JeffAndCaseyShow.com it is up. It is working.
Jeff:
It is it. It is working…
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
And come to the forums but send some emails, too, because we like to hear from everybody. It makes our day.
Casey:
Oh, yes, we do.
Jeff:
Alright, thanks, everybody. We’ll see you next week.
Casey:
Take it easy.
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