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Casey Muratori
Seattle, WA
Blood, Sweat, Tears, and Gamerscore
"I was just trying to buy some fucking soup, and I almost got in a fight with a veteran."
Original air date: December 29th, 2009
Topics. UPC codes. Mechanic. Gamertags. Veteran. Asshole blocked. Supermarket checkout. Your inner asshole. Storytelling. Story triggers. World War II. Lucky Charms. The Queen Mary. Larry David. Microsoft. John McCain.
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Transcript
Casey:
Hello, and welcome to the sixth in our six, uh, oh sorry, in our twelve, [with Jeff] twelve days of podcasts.
Jeff:
Yes.
Casey:
Here at the Jeff & Casey Show, and today, uh, we are a six geese a laying
Jeff:
Six geeses a laying, yep.
Casey:
Episode& I do not actually know what the topic is. Jeff decided on it.
Jeff:
Oh, right.
Casey:
It’s written down here, called  veteran at the supermarket. I don’t know what that means.
Jeff:
Okay, right.
Casey:
So you re going to have to tell me what that means.
Jeff:
Yes, this is just a little story.
Casey:
Alright.
Jeff:
Um, and maybe we can discuss some of the issues that this brought up.
Casey:
I’m happy to do so.
Jeff:
And this is what I was referring to, where I think I needed my inner Larry David.
Casey:
Okay, so back when I was saying thank you to you for being an asshole
Jeff:
Yea
Casey:
And you said maybe, we need, you need to be more of an asshole. Jeff : Right
Casey:
This is a story about how you, you did not follow your own advice, essentially
Jeff:
Right
Casey:
And be that asshole.
Jeff:
Right
Casey:
Okay
Jeff:
And I ll tell you why, because there s an actual extenuating circumstance.
Casey:
Okay
Jeff:
Alright, so I was in the line of the supermarket.
Casey:
You got asshole-blocked, is what you re saying kind of, in some sense
Jeff:
I did, I was kind of blocked, yes.
Casey:
Okay
Jeff:
Um, so I was sitting in the supermarket
Casey:
Uh huh
Jeff:
Or, not sitting in the supermarket. I was standing in line
Casey:
Yea
Jeff:
And behind me was an old man in a wheelchair
Casey:
Okay
Jeff:
Very old
Casey:
Alright
Jeff:
Really, really old
Casey:
Okay, you re starting about some decrepit, 80 year-old guy
Jeff:
I find out that he s 93
Casey:
Jesus Christ
Jeff:
And, I ll tell you about that in a minute.
Casey:
That s like, basically dead.
Jeff:
Yes, and he s pushing, he s being pushed by some young lady
Casey:
Alright, how young?
Jeff:
And he is in, I, I don t know, she was actually fairly young. I m assuming a great-granddaughter, not a, even a granddaughter
Casey:
Okay, so we re talking like 30 or 40
Jeff:
Yea
Casey:
To his 93
Jeff:
Yes
Casey:
Okay
Jeff:
He is in military garb
Casey:
Alright
Jeff:
Like, he is in
Casey:
Like full on
Jeff:
His veteran uniform, it looks like.
Casey:
Okay
Jeff:
Okay, so there must have been some celebration and he dressed up for it
Casey:
Right, either that or this is, they re very neglectful that, that, uh, grandaughter s [?] and still hasn t changed him out of his Halloween costume, but yes
Jeff:
Possibly, it s true
Casey:
Okay
Jeff:
So, uh, the lady goes,  Oop, I forgot something and ran off, so it s me
Casey:
So it s just you and the guy in the wheelchair, okay.
Jeff:
And the old, the old man. Now, the Jeff rule here is just keep your fucking mouth shut, right?
Casey:
Right
Jeff:
But I didn t. So I had turned to him,  cause we were stuck there, and somebody was right, was doing a lot of groceries, and we were going to be there for a minute.
Casey:
You know, this sounds, this sounds like you re about to do what I would do
Jeff:
Yea
Casey:
Which is talk to the guy
Jeff:
Uh huh
Casey:
You don t normally do that, so what s going on here?
Jeff:
I don t normally do this. So I turn to the guy and I say,  So it looks like you re a veteran
Casey:
Wow
Jeff:
That s what I say to him
Casey:
You just went right for the sock
Jeff:
And, you know how some people have their little story primes. I definitely have these
Casey:
Right, because you like to tell stories
Jeff:
There s a particular trigger, I love to tell stories
Casey:
You love to tell stories
Jeff:
And, and
Casey:
Say, that reminds me
Jeff:
Yes, exactly. When there s a certain time or event that happens, I will trigger and I will tell a story that you ve heard many times
Casey:
Right, exactly. It s like  Hey, there s a RV somewhere.
Jeff:
Yes, exactly
Casey:
All of a sudden, the hour and a half RV story is, it s on.
Jeff:
RV story. Exactly.
Casey:
Yea
Jeff:
So, this was his trigger. He s like,  Yes, I did and he went off to tell a story
Casey:
Okay
Jeff:
About how he, you know, he s like,  Yes, I fought the Germans.
Casey:
In which, which war? One or two?
Jeff:
I assu& well, I, yea, it would have been World War Two.
Casey:
Okay
Jeff:
He didn t specify, but I think it would have to be, right? 93, yea, somewhere in there, right? He wouldn t have been born by&
Casey:
Oh, yea. That s right. At this point, for some reason, yea, for some reason, my mind
Jeff:
We re losing, we re losing the greatest generation
Casey:
Yea, exactly. Well, yea.
Jeff:
Is basically what s happening.
Casey:
Yea, in my mind
Jeff:
And it s not like we ve misplaced them.
Casey:
[laughs]
Jeff:
They re dying, right?
Casey:
Well, here s the thing. In my mind, it s like I, the fact that I m 33 doesn t get internalized very well.
Jeff:
Yes
Casey:
In my mind, I m still like it s 1980
Jeff:
Exactly
Casey:
Or 82 or something and I m a little kid
Jeff:
Yea
Casey:
And I m like  No, a 93 year-old would have been right like he was 18 and he went to war when it s like
Jeff:
Exactly
Casey:
No [laughes]
Jeff:
Yea, 2001
Casey:
Anyone who fought in World War One is fucking dead by now, dude.
Jeff:
Yea, they re a goner
Casey:
Unless they re like 120.
Jeff:
Yep.
Casey:
So, I was like, yea, okay, good point.
Jeff:
So he, he starts talking about it and he said,  Yea, you know, I was in, umm, uh, stationed in Britain.
Casey:
Yea.
Jeff:
I went over on the Queen Mary.
Casey:
Right
Jeff:
Which my, uh, grandpa also did
Casey:
Right
Jeff:
Where they just put bunks all over
Casey:
Right
Jeff:
And sent the boat back and forth.
Casey:
The Tobias is Queen Mary
Jeff:
[laughes] That s right. So, um, he starts telling me this story, all this, and he s like,  Yea and, and it was practice and he s like  Yea, we really kicked some tail and all this. I go  uh, yea, yea, yea, he s telling me all this, and it s like whatever, whatever, you know.
Casey:
Kick some tail, he s referring to?
Jeff:
German tail, I assume.
Casey:
Uh, the, the D-day or something or what, what was he saying?
Jeff:
I don t know.
Casey:
Okay, we don t know, some
Jeff:
I asked him, I said
Casey:
 Cause I don t know my World War Two battle&
Jeff:
What did you do
Casey:
In the war.
Jeff:
In the war?
Casey:
That was probably wrong. . .[?]
Jeff:
Now again, he s in full gear, with a thing that has a lot of things
Casey:
Yea
Jeff:
And a little jaunty-like, you know
Casey:
Yea
Jeff:
It looks like an envelope
Casey:
Right
Jeff:
Those kinds of hats, that they kind of open the envelope and put on.
Casey:
Yea, I know, it s like a Burger King, like in Burger King
Jeff:
Yea, okay, a Burger King hat
Casey:
It s like a Burger King hat. And, you know, I never understand how to read those pins on the lapels
Jeff:
No, I have no idea
Casey:
It s like a UPC code to me
Jeff:
Yea, exactly.
Casey:
It could be anything to me
Jeff:
Yea, exactly, it could mean anything.
Casey:
It could mean that you re like a 4 star fucking general. It could mean that like, you cost 25 cents and are a bunch of kit-kats.
Jeff:
Well
Casey:
For all I, it s literally like a UPC code to me. I have no idea what it means.
Jeff:
That s the crux of the story.
Casey:
Ohh
Jeff:
And that is, he replied that he was a mechanic
Casey:
Okay.
Jeff:
Okay
Casey:
So he repaired airplanes or some shit.
Jeff:
No, he compared, uh, repaired Jeeps, apparently.
Casey:
Okay, makes sense
Jeff:
Now, at this point
Casey:
Yea?
Jeff:
I wanted to say, in my inner Larry David, of like,  Well, you re not really a veteran then, right? Like because I m like
Casey:
Wait, what?
Jeff:
You fixed Jeeps
Casey:
Yea
Jeff:
You weren t really a soldier. You weren t. The only danger you may face in this scenario is if the Germans came back to the mechanic shop, killed all the soldiers that were waiting for their Jeep first, and then you picked up a gun and started shooting Germans. You really didn t kick any German tail as you said. Now, this is what I wanted to say, because
Casey:
Okay, I am not on board with this at all, by the way.
Jeff:
Okay, well, we can, we can talk about this
Casey:
Okay, so I ll just, I ll save my criticism for the end then.
Jeff:
Alright, then you can explain this to me because he was in full regalia and I would think that like, the full regalia should have been like a mechanic s outfit with a little circle that says like you know, Marty on it or whatever
Casey:
Right
Jeff:
Because that s what he did, he just fixed the Jeeps.
Casey:
Right
Jeff:
He wasn t really involved in the killing and the protecting of the soldiers and such.
Casey:
Okay
Jeff:
Okay
Casey:
I, I understand what you re saying. I m not having trouble understanding your side of the problem.
Jeff:
I swallowed my
Casey:
You re right, tongue
Jeff:
I did not say anything because you can t really just say to the veteran
Casey:
Right
Jeff:
Who s 93 years-old, okay.
Casey:
Right, but this is
Jeff:
But this is a huge fucking scam
Casey:
But this is exactly a Larry David.
Jeff:
Yes
Casey:
I mean, that s, that s like right out of Curb Your Enthusiasm.
Jeff:
Exactly!
Casey:
He would have said,  Well, you re not really a veteran.
Jeff:
Exactly!
Casey:
That s what he would have said.
Jeff:
That s what was going through my head
Casey:
That s what he absolutely would have said and it would have cascaded into some huge surge of events.
Jeff:
Exactly. So it s probably good that I didn t do it, but it is
Casey:
Yes, it probably is good, but anyway, okay.
Jeff:
I d been watching a lot of Curb Your Enthusiasm lately
Casey:
Okay, so it crossed your mind
Jeff:
So it may have been that then, but that s exactly what went through my mind. I swallowed my tongue, I paid my food, I paid for my food and
Casey:
And you left
Jeff:
Got out of there, okay.
Casey:
Okay
Jeff:
So anyway, so that was my story of like, feeling like a little bit, the mechanics don t, shouldn t get quite the same accolade and there is simply this concept of veteran
Casey:
Right
Jeff:
And not like, soldier veteran vs. mechanic, right.
Casey:
Right
Jeff:
Is all
Casey:
Right, I see what you mean.
Jeff:
And to the laymen, I want, you know, like, you re more than willing to give me color codes for like the security at the airport
Casey:
Right.
Jeff:
That I barely understand. Can we have some colors in the uniforms that let me know what they did
Casey:
Right
Jeff:
Based on how much danger they were actually in
Casey:
Right
Jeff:
During the war, that s all I m asking
Casey:
Yea
Jeff:
So I can give you the appropriate amount of reverence, alright.
Casey:
Okay
Jeff:
That s all I was going to say. Now you want to tell me
Casey:
Right, I will explain to you why I think your entire mindset is completely bullshit.
Jeff:
Okay
Casey:
Okay
Jeff:
I m prepared for this.
Casey:
Right
Jeff:
Okay
Casey:
Now, some listeners out there may be thinking,  Wait a minute, you mean Casey isn t going to dismiss like heroic soldiers and all that stuff as being a bunch of bullshit. That s all the stuff it s seems like he would do, but he s going to defend like the army and shit
Jeff:
Okay
Casey:
Don t worry. That s not what s going to happen.
Jeff:
Okay, you have another take on this
Casey:
Right, the trick I have up my sleeve both dismisses Jeff s opinion as ludicrous and ill-formed while still belittling
Jeff:
While digging you into an [With Casey] even deeper hole. Right.
Casey:
So don t worry
Jeff:
So everyone, I went into it
Casey:
Don t worry, we re fine
Jeff:
Explaining that I m being an asshole, in my head, without acting on it and you re ready to go deeper
Casey:
Yes
Jeff:
You re ready to go for the oil under the ground.
Casey:
Right
Jeff:
Alright, let s hear it
Casey:
Because, to be fair,
Jeff:
Yes
Casey:
Even though we, you know, certainly not as educated as we should be about a lot of topics that we do talk about on the podcast potentially
Jeff:
That s true
Casey:
I do listen to a fuck of a lot of historical, nonfiction
Jeff:
Okay, yes, you re into, you re into more historical nonfiction than I am
Casey:
Yea, so I actually like, I have some opinions on war and sort of stuff that are not just random.
Jeff:
Okay.
Casey:
They may not be the greatest in the world or whatever the fuck.
Jeff:
Right
Casey:
I m not a PHD student or something who spends all their time writing about it
Jeff:
Yes
Casey:
But, I think I do have a pretty good handle on this
Jeff:
Okay
Casey:
And here is what I will say. All that shit that you re talking about, the military uniforms, the shit that s on his lapel pin that I can t read, all that stuff, the term  hero which is not applied appropriately in any of these scenarios
Jeff:
Alright
Casey:
But is what s right or something, you know, all that sort of stuff. All that shit, you have to think of it for what it actually is used for, by governments and society.
Jeff:
Okay
Casey:
What that is, is that is basically like when a cereal manufacturer
Jeff:
[laughes] Okay
Casey:
And I don t mean someone who produces the number of things in a series.
Jeff:
Right, Cheerios
Casey:
I mean like, Lucky fucking Charms.
Jeff:
Okay
Casey:
Right, when a cereal manufacturer runs something like,  You know what, if you get 50 UPC symbols, we ll send you a fucking watch. Right?
Jeff:
Okay, sure.
Casey:
What it is, is a branch of the government that does not have the authority to print money
Jeff:
Yes
Casey:
Coming up with an alternate form of currency it can use to convince you to do something you would not ordinarily do
Jeff:
Ohh
Casey:
Like eat 50 boxes of Lucky Charms, alright
Jeff:
I see
Casey:
You could repair Jeeps in America
Jeff:
Right
Casey:
If you re a mechanic, you want to know what, you could repair a Jeep down the street. You don t have to leave your wife
Jeff:
Yes
Casey:
You don t have to leave your kids
Jeff:
Yes
Casey:
You don t have to get shit for pay. You don t have to go over to Britain where everyone s speaking a crazy Britain speak
Jeff:
Right
Casey:
That I don t understand. You don t have to eat kidney pie
Jeff:
Totally
Casey:
You don t need that shit. You don t have to be on some fucked up Queen Mary or whatever the hell they
Jeff:
Alright
Casey:
Living conditions are shit, eating military rations
Jeff:
Of course
Casey:
You could be fixing that Jeep
Jeff:
Right
Casey:
The government wants you to fix the
Jeff:
And they even convince you
Casey:
Jeep 6,000 miles away
Jeff:
Right
Casey:
Or more
Jeff:
Right
Casey:
Depending on where you live, right. They want you to fix that fucking Jeep over there in shit conditions for no apparent benefit to yourself
Jeff:
Okay
Casey:
Other than you have to fucking do it
Jeff:
And they can t pay you because they don t have control of the printing press
Casey:
It, exactly, the military gets as much money as the fucking Congress votes, so they re always going to be like  Well, what else can we do to make you do this shit?
Jeff:
Right, we already spend it on the death gel[?], we need to get, we need to spend the sliver left on the people
Casey:
Right, right.
Jeff:
That s going to deploy the death gel[?]
Casey:
Right, if they could print money
Jeff:
Right
Casey:
If the military could print money, they d just be like,  Oh, we want someone to charge up this fucking hill to a certain death. Well, we ll give them 10 million dollars.
Jeff:
Right
Casey:
They ll probably fucking do it, because maybe they ll come out of it alive and their family is very much off the better
Jeff:
Right
Casey:
Either way, right? They don t have that
Jeff:
Maybe they d have, maybe they d have US army points.
Casey:
Right, exactly.
Jeff:
Like Microsoft. You d have to charge it up.
Casey:
That s what it is
Jeff:
Okay
Casey:
And this is what I m saying. That s exactly what it is. Heroism, award ceremonies, Purple Hearts, all that bullshit
Jeff:
The uniform, the whole thing
Casey:
Right, it s just a currency they can pay you to try and get you to fight harder or do shit that you wouldn t normally do
Jeff:
I see
Casey:
And give you something for it because they can t give you something tangible.
Jeff:
I see
Casey:
Like they can t really give you monetary compensation above what they already give to everyone else
Jeff:
Okay
Casey:
Okay
Jeff:
So now
Casey:
You follow me?
Jeff:
Yes, I follow you, but I would&
Casey:
So here s the thing
Jeff:
Sure
Casey:
So that s why you get people like a mechanic, like we qualify that as a veteran, or whatever the fuck
Jeff:
Right
Casey:
It s because it, just like everything else, there is inflation, yea, probably, originally, they only gave a little decoration thing to somebody who actually did something fucking special, right?
Jeff:
Ohh, I see. Inflation.
Casey:
Some dude who was insane and killed like 50 Germans
Jeff:
Right
Casey:
With a fucking six-shooter and no one knew how he even did it, right. That guy got a thing and everyone else got nothing, right?
Jeff:
Right
Casey:
But then,
Jeff:
But over time,
Casey:
But over time
Jeff:
Right
Casey:
So, now at this point,
Jeff:
Inflation happens
Casey:
Yea, exactly
Jeff:
We have to deal with this
Casey:
At this point, the mechanics get in that shit
Jeff:
Right
Casey:
And the dude who does anything that s actually out of the ordinary has like a fucking chest that looks like Christmas morning
Jeff:
Right, okay
Casey:
Right, it s like the fucking tree with the tinsel on it
Jeff:
It just keeps going
Casey:
Right, exactly
Jeff:
Okay, I see
Casey:
So that s what s happening
Jeff:
Ohh, I gotcha
Casey:
And I don t think there s anything odd about that, that s just
Jeff:
US army points
Casey:
Eventually, and you see this everyday, right, like you see people use the term  hero
Jeff:
Right
Casey:
For people like John McCain who ain t done shit
Jeff:
Right
Casey:
He s the worst fucking soldier we ve ever had
Jeff:
[laughes]
Casey:
He got shot down and ended up in a POW camp. That s the opposite of a hero, right?
Jeff:
[laughes]
Casey:
Sorry if that s disrespectful. I don t want to end up in a POW camp.
Jeff:
It s true
Casey:
That was a shit life
Jeff:
Yea
Casey:
But guess what? Not a hero. Hero? Somebody who wins.
Jeff:
[laughes]
Casey:
That s a hero, like you are heroic if your actions are above and beyond the ability of anyone else. Put me in a fighter plane, I can get shot down. I guarantee you all that I ll be able to do that.
Jeff:
[laughes]
Casey:
Maybe I won t, maybe I ll even get to my target. He did neither of those things, at that point, you re not a hero
Jeff:
I see, right.
Casey:
You may be, you may have hard luck, but you re not a hero.
Jeff:
So what you
Casey:
So you see that inflation
Jeff:
So you need inflation
Casey:
Right
Jeff:
But you also maybe need like multiple axes of medals, so like as you do amazing thing, they ll cross your chest. As you just get through things that were like  Wow, man, you were fucking lucky.
Casey:
Right
Jeff:
You got out of that POW camp
Casey:
Right
Jeff:
Most people don t. That starts going down or something
Casey:
Right
Jeff:
Or it s on your pantleg or something
Casey:
Right
Jeff:
Give us civilians at least a way to determine what s going on
Casey:
Right
Jeff:
 Cause I was confused
Casey:
Well, what I think
Jeff:
I almost got mad at a 93 year-old man
Casey:
Right
Jeff:
In the supermarket
Casey:
Right
Jeff:
I was just trying to buy some fucking soup
Casey:
Right
Jeff:
And I almost got in a fight with a veteran, okay.
Casey:
Right
Jeff:
The army needs to solve this problem, immediately.
Casey:
Well, like I said, I don t have a problem with that. I think it s fine. Like I said, I mean, it s shit work
Jeff:
It is!
Casey:
They re doing what they re doing there.
Jeff:
Yes
Casey:
Even John McCain or whatever the fuck
Jeff:
Well, in particular, it s terrible
Casey:
The poor people, it s a shit life
Jeff:
Yea, it s a shit life and it s also totally unfair because
Casey:
That s right
Jeff:
What they re going to get is the people that don t have any other options. I can t get a job
Casey:
Right, well, back then, it wasn t the case
Jeff:
Yea
Casey:
I mean, we would have been over there fighting even back then
Jeff:
Oh, yea, yea.
Casey:
Because it was like,  Fuck, we really do need to stop the Germans as opposed to now, where it s like random ass shit that they send you all over the country for, I mean, all around the world for, rather
Jeff:
In any case
Casey:
So the point is, well, I think, if, if I may
Jeff:
Right, summarize our point
Casey:
If you really want a solution to this problem, I think you already kind of presented one, which is you just turn it over to Microsoft. Turn it over to Microsoft.
Jeff:
Okay
Casey:
Because at that point, you ve got a situation where there d just be achievements and a gamer tag, right?
Jeff:
Ohh.
Casey:
And, no, look[?]. You can see John McCain has  got shot down which is like fifteen or whatever the fuck
Jeff:
Right [laughes]
Casey:
Some bullshit one that s like one of those, you know
Jeff:
Right
Casey:
They have achievements like  lost three songs in a row
Jeff:
Right
Casey:
On Rockband. It s that
Jeff:
Okay
Casey:
Right, got shot down  cause I was a shitty pilot or whatever the fuck
Jeff:
A bad achievement
Casey:
Yea, exactly
Jeff:
But, it s still an achievement
Casey:
Right, it s like what I said
Jeff:
Right, okay.
Casey:
it s like 5G or 15 G or something, bullshit, it s not 100
Jeff:
What does G stand for?
Casey:
Gamer score. [?] Some low G thing that doesn t mean anything
Jeff:
Gamer score, okay. That s what the G, I know the G, I just never knew what it stood for. I understand
Casey:
It just means you did something that you could do, right.
Jeff:
Okay
Casey:
And then, there s like maybe, yea, whatever the POW camp one, maybe that was a little bit more serious, so maybe he gets like 50G, like you know, he didn t leave his buddies behind at the POW camp or something like that
Jeff:
Right, okay.
Casey:
Who knows? I have no fucking idea, right, whatever.
Jeff:
Ahh
Casey:
Then you can go look at his gamer tag and then you, when you have these presidential elections or whatever, who had, you know, oh, which one of these two
Jeff:
You can just go on Xbox Live
Casey:
You can just go on Xbox live, right
Jeff:
Look them up
Casey:
Look, look them up, xbox.gov
Jeff:
Do you have to have a gold subscription to get the thing?
Casey:
I su& I assume so, yes.
Jeff:
Right, you probably have to have a gold
Casey:
Right
Jeff:
That s kind of sucky
Casey:
I would imagine so
Jeff:
It s like the Netflix
Casey:
You prob& like everyone in the military would have to pay 15 million dollars a year to Microsoft.
Jeff:
It s all a huge scam.
Casey:
I m sure they d have that built into the contract.
Jeff:
Yea, oh, sure.
Casey:
The point being, you go up there, you see the gamer card for whoever it is you re looking for, then you know.
Jeff:
You see their achievements, you understand
Casey:
You re like  Okay, the guy was a mechanic.
Jeff:
Right
Casey:
That s what you wanted to know
Jeff:
Okay
Casey:
You respect that or you don t. I don t know. That s your own personal decision.
Jeff:
I see, no, I like that
Casey:
But you have the information that you requested.
Jeff:
Achievements, alright, cool
Casey:
Yea, military achievements.
Jeff:
Military achievements
Casey:
Yea
Jeff:
On Xbox live
Casey:
Yea
Jeff:
Well, we ll get on that
Casey:
Yea
Jeff:
We ll send it to the appropriate people
Casey:
Yea, let s focus on that
Jeff:
Yea, let s focus on that
Casey:
I m not hungry right now, yea, okay.
Jeff:
[laughes] Alright, everybody, that was day
Casey:
That was day 6.
Jeff:
So we ve insulted, we re getting, we re getting
Casey:
We ve got Chris&
Jeff:
We ve got everyone under control
Casey:
We insulted, well, we didn t really insult the Jews. We just, you just, you, you had already insulted them and
Jeff:
I accidentally insulted them
Casey:
You told them about when you insulted them.
Jeff:
Yes
Casey:
Yea, we insulted ballet
Jeff:
Yep, Christians
Casey:
I, I called it the same as NASCAR, which I also think is also insulting NASCAR.
Jeff:
The Chia pet. The uh, Chia pet makers. The racists
Casey:
The Chia& the racists, we insulted the racists. We called them racists. We called them all racists
Jeff:
Uh huh, alright
Casey:
And then, we, we went ahead and insulted a veteran in the supermarket or you wanted to
Jeff:
Yes
Casey:
And refrained.
Jeff:
So, we re halfway through
Casey:
We re halfway through
Jeff:
I think we re doing well.
Casey:
We re doing good. We re [with Jeff] on a roll. [Someone Else]: Exactly
Casey:
We re on a roll
Jeff:
Come back tomorrow where we will see
Casey:
Come back tomorrow for the seven swans a swimming
Jeff:
Seven swans, ehhh
Casey:
On the seventh day
Jeff:
You know, it s weird
Casey:
Of our twelve days of podcasts
Jeff:
Like, if I had to pick the day that what it was, I can never do it, but as soon as you say it, it s familiar.
Casey:
Yea
Jeff:
Yes. Alright, everybody, we will see you tomorrow.
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