Dec. 14, 2020

Because I Got High

Because I Got High

This is episode 8 of Undebatable. In this hilarious episode we cover a whole bunch of hot topics including: A two year old boy who was left at a Goodwill store in Mississippi, A pig on the loose in the city of Philadelphia, PA. Should pets be kept indoors? And lastly the ultimate question...did you sneak a peak at your Christmas gifts as adults or children? Our guest this episode is Brian Quinn who shares with us some of the latest on the new laws regarding the legality of CPD and Hemp.  If your looking for a good laugh then allow us to help you!

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Transcript

Keith:

trivia time. What happens when you put for highly opinionated friends? For microphones and breaking news and controversial topics in a blender? You get one hell of a podcast. This is undebatable, a hysterical and thought provoking podcast that sees for friends from different backgrounds debate hot button issues that affect our modern world hot button issues. For quick witted hosts, if it's political news, pop culture news or weird news. We're talking about it. This is undebatable. And here are your hosts reily al Huertas. Yay. Hey, and Bradford? Hey,

Raylene:

everybody, welcome back to undebatable. The best podcast on the internet right now. And you need to share it so everybody knows because you know, this is funny. And you've got to, you know, get with the guy with the program. I love it.

Bradford Ricardo-Hyde:

I say share the love. Absolutely. You know,

Raylene:

so Hey, guys, welcome back.

Unknown:

How are you?

Raylene:

We have this thing to do what we do not talk to each other before this starts because we don't want to ruin like, good interactions. But hey, did you guys have any funny interactions with complete strangers this week?

Bradford Ricardo-Hyde:

I did. I was at the grocery store. And this strange woman blonde, blue eyes comes up to me, I guess from a straight guy perspective, like she'd be considered attractive, you know? So she walks up and she was like, Oh my gosh, look at you. You've lost so much weight. And I'm like, I'm not Robert. I've never been Robert and she was like, Oh, I know. And then just like, walked away.

Steve:

Which she said,

Bradford Ricardo-Hyde:

like, Oh, I know. I think it was like that look of like, shit. You're not Robert, but like, how do you play this offline? Oh, right. Yeah, it was. It was so awkward. I've never had a woman touch my like, lack of muscle. Oh, I

Curtis:

got that far.

Bradford Ricardo-Hyde:

He got though. She was like you've lost so much weight, you know, like touching my arm.

Steve:

Maybe that's like just her pickup move.

Bradford Ricardo-Hyde:

That's a weird pickup move.

Steve:

Guys are pretty desperate. I mean, if you found her attractive, I'd be Robert.

Raylene:

I mean, she was. She was within six feet of you. So that's a relationship at this point.

Bradford Ricardo-Hyde:

I'm a married man lady.

Steve:

I got stuck behind an old lady yesterday at the grocery store. And like, you know, you have to follow the lines. Now you can't go the wrong way. So she was dawdling away and I'm like, Oh, God, then behind her and I need I just need one bottle of Coca Cola all the way on the end. And I'm like, she's got to be stopping time. So it just keeps going and going and going and I'm like, God, she called for the coke to Yes, she was so I got to the end and I go to go around her. I'm like super annoyed. You know how it is like when someone I saw a funny meme today. You're in regular person till someone's going slow in front of you at the grocery store. Right? And you're psycho. So I go and I grab my two bottles of coke and she looks at me and she goes Manas. We'll get them all around sale right honey I put them in my cart. I went that lady's cool as hell until she just like kind of get them all around so honey like

Curtis:

you were what you were my lady. So I spent the week the weekend doing my last good deed yes my last good deed for 2020

Bradford Ricardo-Hyde:

you don't have any more years absolutely

Curtis:

not tapped our

Raylene:

day.

Unknown:

I'm tapped out I just tapped

Steve:

hours did a lot

Curtis:

I did I was given to families in need. There was about 20 families I was shopping for for various different organizations had families in need. And I'm tapped out I'm done. I'm done with giving in 2020 folks, so perfect timing that you did that too? Because that was thrown on the list. We are getting the customized mass Yes. Oh my god, I

Bradford Ricardo-Hyde:

thought you're about to like whip when you're like actually.

Curtis:

So if I wasn't driving on the highway, that would have been my first stop to get the mass but she said I have a couple more days.

Raylene:

You know I was gonna get you guys all gifts. And for you it was gonna be the T shirt from Mad wax that it was gonna be a summer sausage

Steve:

I'll never look at a summer

Raylene:

think of anything ever Bradford and I'm like well, that would be mean to get to and then not a third

Unknown:

summer this summer. Sorry.

Raylene:

But I did send you the picture. You got that right.

Steve:

I did. I did.

Curtis:

Did you get the context or the reference?

Steve:

I was like five messages deep. I was at a library the other day so I could look at my phone and when I looked at all these messages I was like now that is what it is gigantic

Raylene:

and I like how you use your hand like we were just yeah, I put my hand there for references like like

Steve:

it made me realize that I am way off where I thought I really was on the scale. I must be doing pretty good. You know, I know I'm not like I'm not a starter but like I could come off the bench like if summer sausage is a starting level.

Raylene:

No, no, that's not that was the point. The point is that no girl wants to summer

Curtis:

sausage, it Thank god do not compare yourself to

Bradford Ricardo-Hyde:

you are not small in this world.

Raylene:

No, there's there's there's a decent average. And then there's like Jesus Christ. What the fuck am I gonna do with that?

Steve:

If you're curious, we discussed what a penis range size should be from smallest objects to the largest object

Unknown:

true. So go back, such as the largest

Raylene:

right? Well, and then so did someone else. But yeah, so go back and listen to that episode you'll understand what we're talking about. The only weird interaction I had with somebody this week is I had done one of my in home parties for the first time. I mean, I normally do six to eight a month, and this year, I've done eight total in home so completely screwed my income for this year. But I finally got to do on the other day and it was a bunch of people who work together, and I do it and I posted on my Facebook, so cool to go to a party walk into 10 strangers and leave with 10 friends and this nosy little fucking Karen assabet said, Did you all wear masks? And I just deleted it. And I i raged around my house for like 15 minutes. I'm like, do you think you are

Unknown:

bad? It's the way you deleted the whole thread or No, no.

Raylene:

I just deleted her just her comment and I almost unfriended her because hit unfollow.

Bradford Ricardo-Hyde:

Right. Raylene was like Bye, Felicia. Exactly. That's

Raylene:

the some people I only leave them on my Facebook in case they just need a vibrator Sunday at night don't want them to look and realize I deleted them. Right? So I unfollow people frequently but I never unfriend somebody

Steve:

I hate friend and hate follow people. Like my favorite thing is when I see like that new toxic relationship that's about to blow up and a month and they're like three days in and like the love of my life. And I'm like Oh, I can't wait for this and then you finally see the girl post a meme of life is better when you focus on yourself.

Unknown:

There it is.

Raylene:

Anybody ever gotten sucked into like a hole and you're just like spent 45 minutes like somebody's like so and so's a fucking bitch. Just like you just you're in a band you know everything about her life? Or she went to school how many guys and you're still digging

Unknown:

that's happened quite often.

Raylene:

I do Oh my god. I do and that turtle boy sports Have you guys ever gone to one of those? Those are train wrecks everything he posts turtle turtle

Steve:

sounds sexual?

Raylene:

No, it's not this guy will and it's he's fairly local. And he will find basically what he calls pieces of shit. Yeah, and he will find every single thing out about them and just put them on blast. Oh, and that's it's like your own personal rabbit hole where somebody else?

Steve:

Yeah, his history better be fucking better. You're out there doing this to people, you better be a saint

Curtis:

that he already realized he's a fuckup. And now he's gonna talk about you being a blocker. Right?

Raylene:

It's weird because if I if I see one of his posts, I almost always get sucked in.

Curtis:

We'll you know what actually happened to me last night. So I spent last night I go on social media. And you know, there's all these algorithms to figure out nowadays, we can figure out an algorithm to have more followers, yada, yada. So my new thing of interacting with people and getting people to you know, find me is jumping on to a thread that I have no business being on by giving great feedback or content or stirring playing devil's advocate. So I did that yesterday on this lady named Tez. Lee she's the hood politician or something. She calls herself some Oh, she calls herself this. Yeah, she calls herself this but she's blown up. She's on CNN, she's on Fox. She's on everything. She's co signed by Charlemagne even former President Barack Obama but my idol who was Killer Mike and Google Killer Mike he's friends with ti Barack Obama Beyonce you name it anyone who's who he's famous for so we got into a little beef yesterday but I felt good and validated because he looked me up in Killer Mike got in a beef we sewed it well not a beef we got into an exchange on social media on on Instagram but it's Killer

Steve:

Mike it back it up

Curtis:

right but the fact that he knows who I am because he had to go read my profile cuz I have a locked Instagram account. But the fact that he did because he realized I was an elected official and we never mentioned that and said, yo, keep doing what you do. And I was like, Yes, that's awesome. The universe. Right? That's

Raylene:

how I felt when like Ted Allen from chopped looked at my profile. It's like, Hey, bro, I'm like, Oh,

Unknown:

I made it.

Steve:

I just got ex girlfriends. I'm not excited about that.

Curtis:

Well, when you're comparing yourself to the saucer die

Steve:

they weren't that excited either.

Unknown:

Oh my gosh.

Raylene:

Remember it's it's about how long you can stay in port

Bradford Ricardo-Hyde:

right to let your passengers the keys

Curtis:

just be irrelevant. I don't care. What should you just be remembered?

Raylene:

I don't know. I mean, I would do you for your personality. That's,

Steve:

you don't know me? That's a talker.

Raylene:

So we're gonna have some fun topics today. For this show. We're going to talk about Have you ever snuck or searched for Christmas presents as a kid or an adult there was a pig on the loose in Philadelphia so pets aren't going to keep them out or bring them inside or out. In and out, and there was a two year old left at the goodwill in Mississippi, which, I mean, do they not know what the good? I mean? Did they put them in the slot? Or

Steve:

probably the furniture section?

Bradford Ricardo-Hyde:

And it's I cannot even believe it when I saw that comes on couch. Right? I had to do a double take like I was like, this cannot even be legit. And it is

Steve:

now what so what's the deal? They were the kid had a note on him write a note

Bradford Ricardo-Hyde:

and ln a pack with a change of clothes, because, you know,

Curtis:

while at least the moms Can I mean, that was a big thing for me. Like they actually had a change of clothes. Like you'll get through the first 24 hours. Free outfit. And then it's on you.

Steve:

Here's some gummy bears.

Bradford Ricardo-Hyde:

I mean, if you're dropping off like goodwill, there's plenty of very inexpensive clothes, you could get

Unknown:

all places goodwill to drop off the child.

Raylene:

I mean, I mean, devil's advocate here. They dropped them off in a place there were people.

Steve:

That's right. over the bridge, yes. Right. Yeah.

Raylene:

And there, there has been situations like that, or the whole, I don't know, they disappeared, oh, my God, and they get on the news. And they've really just murdered him and put him in the backyard. Who knows what the situation is? I who cares? They I know. But see, you guys are looking at it from a guy perspective. And I'm looking at it from a mom's perspective, and then the desperation in like, I can't, I can't, but I, you know, I'm not going to leave this kid on the side of the road, and I'm not going to kill them. And I'm not going to do you know, they were like, here, there's people in there. I mean, that's what the fire departments are for. Like, if you have babies, like up to a certain amount of age staffed fire departments can take your kids for up to like three months, and they just no questions asked. I'll take it. But I mean, what else you can do when you're just out of options?

Steve:

Like we don't know, they're like, exact situation, but like, just kind of tell you that like Child Protective Services is really about enforcement and not protecting children. Because if I was his mom, and I was desperate, I should be able to go to child protective services. And hey, I can't do this. You know, they may look at the situation to make, oh, wow, you've had this kid living in a bad situation. That's her fault, obviously, but the fear of being arrested or publicly shamed. All that comes down the line? like is that kind of like a reflection on the bigger issue of society

Unknown:

in general going on? Right? Yeah, that's

Curtis:

sudden you stop having so much unsolicited unnecessary sex? What? Right? Yeah, let's like let's let's let's start there. Don't be so hard.

Raylene:

I'm a huge fan. We all know I'm a huge fan of condoms. If you've listened to my other podcasts and probably mentioned it here. I am not a fan of condoms.

Curtis:

You're also not dropping off to your thoughts.

Unknown:

Just think about that. So why did he just say,

Raylene:

Okay, listen.

Unknown:

Can I get the sound clips for?

Raylene:

Listen, take care of your own mess. chop your own just take it with you when you go a kid with you when you go literally no child left behind.

Steve:

No Child Left Behind. I promise to capture

Raylene:

it. Take it with. Its literal, literally all men's fault that women get pregnant. It goes to

Unknown:

the egg. No, we're not talking about

Raylene:

two women can have sex all they want. We don't make a baby.

Steve:

A real gentleman will tap you on the shoulder and go Where do you want it? To determine that?

Raylene:

Yes, but we all know that a little bit can slip out ahead of time. And so you know, we're not gonna tell you about that.

Unknown:

Right? Yeah, well, this is why you should be wrapping it 100%

Raylene:

women can have one baby every nine months. A man can have a baby with every ejaculate. It's your fault.

Unknown:

doubt we made a real sweat.

Raylene:

I'm waiting for all the girls to be girls listen to this shit on the podcast going Yes, Queen. Yes.

Steve:

I'm just shooting babies out every

Unknown:

baby. We

Curtis:

all know Oprah Winfrey. No, because if you could you'd go out and Jackie lating all over.

Steve:

I do not want to give anybody a baby.

Raylene:

Right? Well, not right now. But that's how it happens.

Curtis:

So there should be advanced placement pregnancy classes like advanced parenting classes because in high school had a parenting class and most of the girls in my parenting class were teen moms. So I don't know if that was encouraging or how that worked out. But what about advance parenting Well, they teach you count. They teach you about condoms it's about remaining abstinent.

Steve:

That's an interesting point because like what I wrote

Raylene:

do the education and not in the class

Curtis:

I had it was take this baby home burp it. Yeah, a plus good. We had we did so and after I got the A plus I said Dad, I'd be a dope dad.

Unknown:

That's not what I need to

Raylene:

know. I'm I think that the sex ed in school is so ridiculous. And I said on more than one occasion. You know what you call parents who do not talk to their kids about sex, grandparents. I didn't even make that up. It's a fairly common depending on who your grandmother Let's talk about you and me.

Bradford Ricardo-Hyde:

I got it. No, no, I got it on replay No.

Unknown:

Download right exactly. He

Curtis:

wrote that shit on his hand like record lyrics, calm got it.

Raylene:

Just really important that first of all, we need to stop pretending that our kids are not having sex. Right, right. And there's so many. I had one lady one time at a party. She's like, my daughter knows I will beat her. She has sex and Oh, yes, fear of parents is always been the thing that stopped kids from having sex.

Steve:

Well, I was I was a freshman in high school. And now when you say freshmen in high school people like Well, that's not that crazy. I was 15 years old when you're a freshman in high school.

Raylene:

I was 13. That's what I was a freshman in high school. And yeah, I just did a whole podcast on it. On on. I mean, it was ridiculous. But for some reason, I thought everybody was having sex. And then I found afterwards I was only home having sex. I think

Curtis:

Middle School, we started learning about sex. Was it fifth grade?

Steve:

I had sex ed in fifth grade, but then reflect now never again learned about pubic hair. I didn't talk about sex. Never again. Was it right? No, you didn't know it's crazy because I can't have sex in fifth grade. I can when I'm

Unknown:

in middle school, they left us to explore you're

Steve:

not teaching me about condoms later on. It's just like, Hey, here's a vagina and a penis. This goes inside here's a picture for you to take home to look at the color of education there was a kid I won't say his name because I don't know if he looks kind of rich now. He could probably sue me. boner in fifth grade when we got we got the pamphlet. So it's like a hand drawn. Free alien looking body. And remember the girl next woman? Oh my God. He has a boner. Like in the middle of class. He got a boner from looking at the little little pitch. I know this was before the internet though. This is how you could get a Steeler Sears catalog for me mom just to go off.

Raylene:

Okay, but grade we were doing CPR. You know CPR and I don't know why our English teacher was teaching a CPR but one of the guys bought Hamlet right? In English I guess she was the English teacher I don't know if she was okay guys in case I go down bossy is one audio lesson one of the super hot guys in our class was laying on the on her desk and he was she was doing pretend like you know where where was he doing this? Where

Unknown:

was she doing this moment

Raylene:

right on the desk and she was doing on his chest. But the more she pretended to press on his chest the more the other side. So now is touched by an old English

Steve:

teacher on his chest and he's getting a hard on from it.

Raylene:

Yeah. And and it's hysterical because you can

Steve:

tuck it in the belt. No. Not that far away from the summer sausage. No, my bell hangs really but it's

Raylene:

really funny. His family owns like a company around here. And every single time I see the name of that company, I'm like Boehner on it.

Curtis:

Just gave yourself away Steve. That's not that easy to do without the teacher noticing.

Steve:

Me you figure it out along the way.

Raylene:

It was pretty It was pretty funny. We are way off topic but there was talking about this kid getting adopted or left?

Curtis:

No, not at all. It goes back to sex talks and appropriately wear a damn car right wear a condom.

Raylene:

Listen, I'm gonna tell you right now go back and listen to stand up comedy sex ads. Very first podcast, I talk to you about talking to your kids about sex. It is my most popular. I think it's got like 2500 or 3000 downloads. Talk to your kids about sex. It is so important.

Curtis:

Or just play the episode and watch it with them. pornhub.com There you go.

Unknown:

Baby go.

Raylene:

Only fans. I know I

Curtis:

will say one last thing on this child thing that every parent who gets rid of or aborts their kid but aboard some and other sense of the word. They should be taxed at the end of the year. They should not be able to claim taxes, they should have to pay taxes, there should be a lien

Raylene:

placed. If you're giving up your kid you don't have anything. You do literally the last thing you have a liability that we have to pay for.

Curtis:

Yeah, true. And that liability has a lot of risk. It can go murder someone it could be the next drug lord,

Raylene:

it could be the next president. They could,

Curtis:

but that's okay. And that's good for that kid who becomes a president but as a parent, I think the best thing

Raylene:

that parent could have done was dropped their kid off if they honestly felt like there was nothing they could do. I mean, if you think I don't know how I like that might have just been the closest place

Bradford Ricardo-Hyde:

where you don't want like where's their like local DCF or their you know, their families

Unknown:

you can call DCF. And

Curtis:

the last thing you want to do first of all, what color was this child? Wow, it was a black child. The black mother is not calling DCF It was a white father. That doesn't change that child off. He ain't calling DCF mulatto. So

Raylene:

there's there was a mom and a dad.

Steve:

Well, that's how babies

Bradford Ricardo-Hyde:

The man who dropped the baby off we don't know if it's really the father because they Oh,

Curtis:

let's start a GoFundMe round of applause for this dad.

Raylene:

That wasn't a dad. That's a stepdad who doesn't want to deal with that kid anymore.

Unknown:

It's much better than the mom who just aborted the kid.

Raylene:

We don't know what happened there. You know, it's just sad. Goddamnit This is a funny podcast and you

Curtis:

get their name so I can add them on

Raylene:

like pigs pigs we found this week in Philadelphia a pig was found running loose around the city. It was found with a rope embedded in its back which means it was tied up in the backyard in an escaped that is animal cruelty and pigs are not legal to have as in as pets in Philadelphia

Steve:

true let's be honest pigs are useful for one thing aka naked

Bradford Ricardo-Hyde:

they actually do make fantastic pets I know a few people I completely disagree I know a few people yeah the the owners of Camaro signs yeah actually have pigs as pets have

Steve:

you have you met this pig and hung out with it?

Bradford Ricardo-Hyde:

I have I yeah I years ago I went to their home for a party they have like this little ramp going into their house like little doggie door but it's a piggy door and the pigs literally walk around there how

Steve:

big How large is this pig

Raylene:

is it a baby Do they have the little right a little baby

Bradford Ricardo-Hyde:

they were adults but they're like they're it's hard to for right listeners to see but I don't know how you but it's not

Steve:

so it's like the size of

Bradford Ricardo-Hyde:

like a small yeah like not like Chihuahuas small but like cocker spaniel small let's go with that small much thicker much lower.

Raylene:

And did you know little side bar from a person who was raised on a farm pigs will not actually pig out unless there's more than one I'm sure they won't they won't do that whole eating and getting massive thing unless there's a group of them and they're

Curtis:

fighting sounds like humans we can learn a lot from pigs.

Steve:

My co so I do a show with she has a pig now she really got this pig as a mini pig. Now I thought mini pigs are like genetically created to be mini forever. Well, they're not those are called baby pigs. very misleading by calling them mini pigs, right. person is small a mini car as many but a mini baby thing so she now has this pig. It is not cocker spaniel size. It is the size of a Rottweiler. It's 180 pounds. It's got jagged teeth. It lives in a room in our house. It's like their baby they take care of right they get into our house probably a dozen times 50% of the time this pig has bitten me in the shin with his teeth. What it does is it jams up jagged teeth in like food because if I move the wrong way, it is it is disgusting to touch. It's disgusting to look at. And it's violent. I don't know why anyone would want to pick now this is a My only experience with the POC, walking around

Bradford Ricardo-Hyde:

the house with their summer sausage hanging out dude, if

Steve:

you didn't do that, get in my bell. Bradford. I

Raylene:

told you that's a friend of mine. Anyway. Um, did you know that pigs can fully eat a human right down to the bone?

Steve:

I had someone threaten me and told me they're gonna bring me to them.

Raylene:

They will they will eat everything right down to the bones. They're like tigers,

Steve:

watch the movie snatch a pig,

Raylene:

a pig. It will it will eat everything including your bones. There will be nothing remember video

Steve:

game Red Dead Redemption, you could take a dead body and throw it into pigpen. And it goes well, I

Curtis:

watched Charlotte's Web and I was

Bradford Ricardo-Hyde:

just gonna say that I've now that's now a horror movie, Charles, the RAD

Steve:

scene. No greatest scene in the movie.

Curtis:

Wow. I felt like you were ready to get a restraining order on this pig the way you said I hate the pig.

Raylene:

If it's 180 pounds, that pig is out of control. It's got its own room. They're afraid of it. They're just testing.

Steve:

life revolves around this pig and they have a bunk bed like where's sleep? It's funny because it's in a room and it's downstairs. And so during quarantine we had to do we did this thing on facebook live every single Tuesday from our house to like stay relevant still because no one's listening to the radio. So I go to her house to do this like this thing every day. And it would be in this room and it was so much like from the scene in San LA or like the dog is under like in the other yard and it's like making all these sounds and you hear like the smoke coming out and that's what it is it's just behind this door making the sounds but every once in a while it needs to come out smelled food and bring it out and that thing did not like me.

Curtis:

Yeah, well how do you drink probably came in there eating cookies and don't blame me.

Steve:

Why are you blaming me when the beast is attacking? I'm I'm a civilized human

Raylene:

that wasn't Yes. I wanted to talk about whether or not your Do you have pets? Anybody or pets? Yes, I do. Yes. indoor outdoor are both. I mean,

Bradford Ricardo-Hyde:

obviously goes out to go or to have children.

Raylene:

What kind of animal is a dog? Okay, anybody else?

Steve:

I rescued a stray cat from behind my work.

Raylene:

Alright, so it stays outside. No, Dragon. No, I'm

Steve:

never living outside ever again.

Raylene:

Oh, so you have a prisoner? Yeah, well,

Steve:

I don't want to fill it. I live in an apartment building with like pet cemetery stray cats. She's a nice cat. She lived on a radio station. She designed for an apartment building in Norwich,

Raylene:

right? So I have right now I have four cats. I can't wait to like one

Steve:

or two away from being an official cat lady.

Raylene:

No, it's not me. It's my husband. Okay, what's up to me there'll be zero cats in our house. But we I have had, you know, like arguments on Facebook cuz everybody's like, you know, your cat should be inside all of the time. And I'm like, I have five acres I think, and I'm not an animal, but I feel like I would rather have a year and a half to three, four years of indoor outdoor activities where I have a potty on the inside of food on the inside and an outside I have free rein of the world then spent 18 years in a 1200 square foot house.

Steve:

You're right so my mom we have my mom had two cats one guy by a car one die by cancer like all the same like week their brother and sister. So she got a new cat and it was just sweet little cat. And she was like, I'm never letting this cat outside ever get me my steps that are like, hey, look, once a cat's old enough, we gotta let it out. Because even if it gets attacked by something, you know, even if it's life is cut in half. It's at least living its fullest life. Right? So we convince her to do it. We let the cat outside I feel a bad story never fucking came back.

Raylene:

Oh,

Unknown:

oh,

Steve:

never came back. So guess what? her newest cat never going outside and we're not arguing you

Curtis:

can't go domesticate animals that should be in the wild and then say, oh, you're gonna stay inside. And then when you're old enough and you turn 16 you get the keys to the outside world. You can go outside.

Steve:

But how do you guys feel about like, you know, when they say zoos are like, well, we can't release the lion because we had in captivity if a cat can get outside, the cat I rescued from my work was behind the radio station for five years. All right now that cat live but a lion can't go or a wolf Keiko survive in the woods now.

Raylene:

All right, well, let me just give you this. So my daughter lived in New York City. She lives in New York City. And we gave her two cats from the last litter before we finally got the one cat fixed. And they were New York City cats from eight weeks on when they talk like this. Yeah, they came home and they're like dolphin. So but then they became adult male cats. And they were huge. And I'm like Tori, you cannot keep these in 108. No, because she got them. She got them fixed really, really early. But you can't just leave them there are massive and they were destroying everything because they were bored. So basically in this, this 180 maximum square foot apartment. They could have the hallway in the living room. Everybody shut their rooms because they were destroying everything. Wow. So finally I was like, okay, you you need to I don't want your stupid cats, but you need to bring them back home. And so we're like, Alright, everybody shut the doors. These are new york cats. We're not going to let them out and honest to God within the first 36 hours, one of her cats snuck out and I'm like, you know what, whatever. Let him go. Now he lived about a year before he finally got eaten by something. But his brother they're so dumb. Like the ones that were raised in and out all the time. They know how to do show. Yeah, they've learned how to survive right but the other one he's like, I'm gonna catch a bird and he misses it like six feet and I'm like, seriously? So you maybe can't let a lion that was raised in captivity out res may not be as trained as the other ones are and even his mom cuz his mom is still with her. She's like, he's just a dummy. First of all intervention

Curtis:

the same way that a two year old child needed intervention. You don't get to raise animals what the cat raises the cat the lion raises the lion. When we as humans intervene. We fuck everything up. I just heard about steak. How many dead animals just happened in the matter of this conversation?

Raylene:

Oh, probably they get hit by cars. They get you know, and and we've left them alone. I'm not even lying. We've probably had 20 cats since we've lived in our house. And it's been 20 years too. So it's not like but you know, sometimes the coyotes come through. We'll lose three in one summer. And I mean, I'm sad because they're my they're my pets and they're home at night. But also I'm like, it's the so tired is it? So?

Curtis:

I didn't grow up with a pet so maybe that's why I don't understand it. Why do humans need pet? It's not oh my gosh, Curtis. I can't we need a little

Steve:

lap kitty.

Curtis:

Imagine what your dog thinks. Imagine what your kitty thinks and imagine with that pig.

Steve:

I just wish she gave me some privacy when I need like my private time. You know what I mean?

Raylene:

Oh, yeah, no, I absolutely have one. I've had to kick him out of the bedroom because I was masturbating. And he attacked my hand.

Steve:

She tried to get on my lap. I think she can hear the sound at a tractor. I don't know what oh my god.

Raylene:

Yeah. Thanks for bringing that one around. Have you ever snuck as an adult or as a kid to look at your presence? Um,

Steve:

yeah, you have so well, I did it as a kid. I think all kids do it. But like, I'm really proud of this. And I'm like, it's kind of fucked up. But I'm really proud of this. I was I was dating a girl. We're dating each other for like two years and PlayStation four was coming out and like you know how they do it. They launch it in like october november 1. So it's like for the holiday. season but I don't give you enough time to find it the create the crazy demand so I'm like is she can give me a place no she's not gonna do this can't even find one. So because I needed determine what I'm buying her or is it well liked wait to hit enter the story Raylene we are no longer together anymore. So I probably for this, I look at this I come home one day and on the Christmas there's a big box and I'm like, Oh shit, what's that and I pick it up. I'm like, this is kind of heavy and I shake it I go, Hey, could this be Could this be PlayStation four? I'm like, No, I can't be Why would you do that so expensive shit. You can't find it anywhere in the world. So I I started looking at the box and I'm like, Well, shit, I didn't spend this much money on her. She's getting me this I need to step up my game. So I got I got a tape measure. I measured the dimensions of the box. I then picked it up gauged the weight looked up dimensions and weight for shipping for a player shading for exact fucking measurement. Exactly, exactly. So now I know it's PlayStation four, I in turn, went out and bought her an iPad to balance that out. So it made me and then, of course, Christmas Day opened up its PlayStation four. So I think I can monetize this by having a website where you measure your box and your gift, gauge the weight, type it in. And I just do like a Google search of every dimension of anything that could be shipped. And it narrows it down to a few things.

Curtis:

I'm placing myself in the reviews from when you're wrong. And it was actually one of raeleen sex toys. Exactly.

Steve:

Well, you were happy when you open.

Raylene:

My whole family put stuff in other boxes. So it's

Bradford Ricardo-Hyde:

not obvious, right? I am actually this is hilarious. So I was a bad kid. I used to sneak all the time. And look, my mom and dad would go out. And this was like we had this babysitter and she went into the restroom and she was in there forever. So Shelby and I are like going through gifts. Yeah, my twin sister. So we're going through like, right. Oh, yeah, no, I don't know what the hell she was masturbating. Right. Probably. Who knows? What Yeah. So she's in there and or her period, right? Something? Yeah. Right. Like, it's really gifts. And there's, you know, those books for kids that like when you open them up, there's like all these buttons and you can like press them and makes music. Yep. So I had gotten this music book, which is hilarious cuz I actually wanted it. So I wore this brace because I had scoliosis. And all of a sudden we hear this door open. And my mom's like, yeah, we're home. And we're like, oh, my God, we're looking at each other. I'd actually unwrapped it. My plan was to masterfully wrap it back up.

Steve:

Wait, how old are you? Like,

Bradford Ricardo-Hyde:

I don't know, seven or eight years

Raylene:

of age where we thought we could do a lot of shit that we could not write.

Bradford Ricardo-Hyde:

So I'm in this brace. And I'm like, I used to shove things. In fact, my mom Guilty as charged. when we'd go to a movie theater, she'd go to the dollar store and just shove candy in my brace.

Unknown:

Who's gonna check the crippled kid? Right. So, so I put them to book

Steve:

like, you talked it up there too,

Bradford Ricardo-Hyde:

right? Yeah. So I slid the book in between my brace and my sister's like, I don't think you should breathe. I was like, so we go downstairs and my mom's like, what's wrong with you? And I'm like, nothing. And she's like, you look like you're turning renda face. She's like, take a deep breath. I was like, all of a sudden. My mom's like, why are you making music and

Unknown:

shout back to when Shelby tried to kill you. So Shelby just goes, he opened his book. And I'm like, wow.

Steve:

Oh, yeah. When you're when you're a sibling, and you both and you both do something together, you get caught. It's whoever speaks first you throw the other boys.

Raylene:

I did that. I went, I knew where my parents had all the presence and I was not good at waiting for shit. So one day, I just opened it. And I'm not I don't even remember if they were wrapped or not. I just remember finding them. All right. And I still like to this day, I don't know what they were. So I'm guessing I was probably five or six. But my mom knew I had found them. And then for Christmas morning, there was one present. And then the next day there was another present. Oh, like she literally like, like took that anticipation level because I had to have it right now and just going through it out to the point where I was like, I don't want to touch it. I don't want to shake it. I don't want to guess handed to me and I will not do anything. I think my mom really just got that out of me. I don't want to guess what I'm getting. I want to be surprised.

Unknown:

Yeah, I

Curtis:

think when I was younger, I just enjoyed the gifts. I didn't really check for anything or

Steve:

is it safe to assume that children are not listening to this podcast?

Unknown:

Yeah, I would. I would do it but don't.

Steve:

So when I was a kid, my mom had very distinct handwriting. So I would always notice didn't

Raylene:

happen to me the same as Santa. That's what

Unknown:

took me like a year.

Steve:

Why is this signed by so so I asked her one year say Mom, why is this your handwriting? She's like, Oh, well, you know, Santa's so busy. He just has me fill it out. So I accepted it the excuses so when you're a kid, I don't know why, at least for me was like it My mom wasn't home like in the in the babysitters in the bathroom for 45 minutes, just like Bradford I'm gonna go in her closet because there's something good in there. I don't know what's gonna be in here. So I went in there and I opened up her she had these big glass doors that like slid up. Wow, that's weird. I just had this. Wow, my parents had mirror. Mm hmm. Wow. I'm gonna go right to the nonlinear doors, and I open it. At the top. I see all these toys and I'm like, holy shit. And I climb up there and I look. So that's cool shit. And this is like, August, September, and I go, Wow, I'm such an asshole kid. My mom keeps buying me shit. And I'm such a jerk that she can't even give it to me. And she keeps storing it away. For what? I'm not an asshole. Oh, fast forward, Christmas that year. I open it up. It's all this stuff from the closet. So then I realize I got this lady caught. And then I realized another thing. Well, hey, if I tell her I know. I know how much money my parents make. At the same time. My expectation levels are now way down. So I've fucked till I was like seventh grade. I pretended I thought Santa was real. Why would you ever admit that?

Bradford Ricardo-Hyde:

My mom took my dad's boots and dipped them in our fireplace in the ashes and then made like footprints, right? And we're so stupid. She's like, Look, look at the footprints in the snow. Okay, well, if he came at 3am and it's six, why isn't it melted yet on mass? And I was like, Oh

Unknown:

my god, it's winter.

Steve:

I mean, you believe the fact

Curtis:

is the cutest thing ever been like going through my child. I'm like,

Steve:

you have a fireplace. Okay, through the keyhole. Curtis? Right. You

Curtis:

don't want to do that with my mom. I'll try coming through that keyhole and see what happens. jingle jingle shots fired shots. I grew up in the hood. There was no Santa. My mom worked hard for those gifts.

Raylene:

Exactly. Oh, sorry. When my middle one was very young. And my older one was living with her dad and stepmom at the time, and I busted my ass to make $75 to buy this stupid doll house she wanted. And I was like, Hey, you know what? Santa brings all the stuff in this stockings. But all the other presidents because mom and dad Yeah, right. And then I married a guy who was like, we're gonna make the best singer ever. And I'm like, that's not how we do it.

Steve:

For Nintendo every year, and I didn't get it and then when my friend got it Oh, Mike, he's a fucking asshole. Yeah, Nintendo and I he kicks the teacher in the shins. How come I didn't get one thing?

Curtis:

The pandemic can take it Santa.

Steve:

Yeah, that's true. Santa survives. Oh,

Unknown:

I'm sorry. I

Steve:

just gotta go. We'll keep the reindeer same handwriting as my mom.

Raylene:

Honest to God think we should just make it that it's just the Santa brings the stocking shit. We like.

Unknown:

I really actually liked that. He brings the socks.

Raylene:

He brings you that? Yeah, right. He brings it and everything comes from the parent parents and knock that shit off.

Curtis:

Oh, want to curb disparity. Get rid of Santa.

Raylene:

Yeah. Because like and All right, well, so whatever. Sorry, kids. If

Steve:

you were listening to labor department you hit

Raylene:

we'll be back in just a couple of minutes with our very special guest Brian Quinn. I cannot wait to talk to him. pyrrha back. Curtis, where were you? I thought you

Curtis:

were gonna miss the podcast. I was grocery shopping and it was rough. I had to run all over town to get everything on my list. And I got elbow dropped by a little old lady over a pack of toilet paper.

Raylene:

I don't see what's so great about shopping. It's a pain. That's because you're doing it wrong. I did all my shopping while we were on the last commercial break and most of it will be here by the time the show was over. See what

Curtis:

how did you manage that? Did you get yourself a personal shopper?

Raylene:

Nope. Even better. instacart. Instead of having to play separate orders at every store. I can place one order for all my favorites from a variety of local grocery stores on instacart and they'll be delivered to my doorstep in as fast as an hour. even let you know when your favorite items go on sale.

Unknown:

Sweet. How can I get in on this?

Raylene:

Just click the link in the show notes that will let instacart know that we sent you and it'll help support our show. Not only that our listeners get free delivery on their first order over $35 so it's a win win for everyone heading

Curtis:

over there now instacart saving you time and money. Now that's undebatable

Keith:

you're listening to undebatable here's Raylene Curtis, Steve and Bradford.

Raylene:

everybody welcome back. Brian is about to come and talk to us. Brian Quinn is a 46 year old husband and father of three. He has 25 years of experience in bio tech drug manufacturing and specialty chemical production say that five times fast. Currently he is focused on cannabis process consulting and his small scale CBD extraction and distillation for his new company Consortium. So please give a warm welcome to our guest Brian Quinn. I honestly think we have so many questions about CBD. So what is the difference between a hemp and marijuana and THC and CBD and what the hell are you doing?

Unknown:

Yeah yeah no great question you know a lot of people don't don't even don't even know but the plant itself is identical it's all cannabis right? It's all cannabis the plant has essentially the same needs you know the same requirements it's just all about what that plant is programmed to do does that plant have the genetics inside of it, you know, to produce THC or does that plant have the genetics to produce CBD hemp is simply a strain of cannabis that is very low in THC and high in CBD. Whereas, you know, marijuana or what we've you know, come to known it as is the opposite it's rich in THC, and has, you know, minimal quantities of CBD present so that's the it's the same thing it just says different different levels of each of the different compounds

Bradford Ricardo-Hyde:

got it and you there's there's a medicinal properties to CBD right? I mean, as there is, I think with THC as well. What are what are some of those medicinal properties? How is it beneficial for folks that want to use it,

Unknown:

you know, you start to make claims, right? You got to be careful about that. Nothing's been proved and whatnot, but right. You know, I know a lot of folks that, that use it for anxiety, they use it for pain, they use it to as a sleep aid. And, you know, I've been in the business now for a couple of years. And and the stories and the testimonials and the things that I've experienced. Again, no claims, but it does seem to, to help people in those those capacities.

Steve:

So we see as the CBD I was kind of around when it kind of kicked off. And it's come a long way from where it started has a lot of medical benefits. We know the federal government when it hears marijuana or cannabis gets very afraid Is there any level of federal funding involved in this or even like an interest may be coming along the way for this and only from the FDA or anything like that?

Unknown:

You know, I mean, on the federal side, the, you know, the 2018, farm bill legalized hemp and hemp production in the United States for the first time in almost 100 years. So, you know, the federal government then is basically saying to the States, you have to create legislation to support this industry. And that's what the states have done. And we've worked with the state of Connecticut, I've worked with the state of Connecticut as far as licensing on the growth side on the agricultural side, on the processing side, on the cosmetics and processing, cosmetics and products side. And, you know, the the state of clinic has been very supportive in in trying to develop this new industry. So, you know, on the hemp and CBD side, certainly, you know, but and I think we see the movement on the THC side, you know, about across the country, more and more states continue to legalize medicinal THC and make it accessible. And, you know, I can't predict the future, but if I could I, you know, I got it, I would say it's coming, you know, federally legal THC, I would think it's, you know, it's coming, beautiful future.

Curtis:

So talk to me about the entrepreneurial side of things, what does it cost to actually reap the benefits of this, you know, growing industry?

Unknown:

It's, you know, there's so many different facets of it. Right, um, you know, are you on the agricultural side? Are you on the processing side? Are you on the product side? You know, so so it's a whole brand new industry, you know, so it's, it's, where do you want to make your, you know, what's your niche? And where do you want to try and, and carve into and build and establish, you know, whether it's a brand or a company or service? Or, or what have you?

Curtis:

So, is it fair to say there's still room to grow in this in terms of if you're a salesperson, or the person who actually owns the farm where you're growing? or?

Unknown:

Yeah, I think I think it's just taken off. You know, I think that I think there was a lot of enthusiasm from from the people that I've been involved with, you know, in the state as far as the growers and the processors and you know, there was a lot of hemp produced in the, in the state of Connecticut this past year. And, you know, extraction is limited and you know, that but but there's there's there's opportunities everywhere, you know, from from drying this material to processing it to you know, packaging, you know, there's just all sorts of all sorts of opportunity.

Raylene:

I first want to fire off and say that my Hip has been bothering me all day. It's a side effect of being old. And when I got home, I remembered somebody gave me a little bit of a little CBD oil. And I put it on my hip and came in here and I swear to God, my hip has not hurt since I put it on. So I'm a big fan. And do you think that the not the medical use of the CBD is going to release the availability of regular weed? You think like, it's going to change how the government feels about it? Well, I

Unknown:

mean, I, you know, they're hesitant. They've been hesitant for a long time and but, you know, the, the the curtain is sort of coming off, I think, and it's gonna be interesting to see how they regulate it, you know what I mean? Like, what they like because the FDA still hasn't really come out and said, here's here's the deal. Like they haven't made that that statement yet. So it's, you know, it's up in the air and and how they regulate it is going to completely control how this industry develops and evolves.

Raylene:

So I have a really dumb question. But have you ever seen reefer madness? Yeah,

Unknown:

yeah, propaganda

Raylene:

is propaganda at its best. And I just feel like how awesome were the marketing people who decided to completely fuck the weed industry?

Unknown:

Push it all and push it all towards pharmaceutical pink and right, you know, and then lumber. Yeah.

Raylene:

And that was the thing.

Unknown:

I don't think in lumber.

Raylene:

Exactly. People don't realize that the lobbyist who killed weed was lumber, because you can grow marijuana and turn it into paper faster than you could do it with trees. It was the lumber industry that killed weed. It wasn't a pharmaceutical,

Unknown:

big, big money, you know, in lumber and timber and you know, and trees. So yeah, no, you're 100% right with that.

Curtis:

I love it. I would love to start a cooking business with CBD oils. I actually want to jump into the lightning round. Yeah, I'm gonna start with THC. Or CBD.

Unknown:

That'd be odd. For me personally. Correct.

Steve:

I see your smile.

Raylene:

I see your beard. TFC Okay, well, mine is really close to that. Smoking or edibles.

Unknown:

Oh, I prefer to to smoke. Okay. All right.

Steve:

You're my man. Brian.

Unknown:

Yeah, me too.

Bradford Ricardo-Hyde:

I don't do any of this. So my questions are gonna be like stupid but are you a dog or cat person?

Raylene:

Depends. Is the dog a weed?

Unknown:

dog is an animal. Both somebody I'm a lover. Nice.

Steve:

What is one thing you will never eat again?

Unknown:

scallops.

Curtis:

Wow, I just had the most amazing someone

Steve:

Gala. Somebody did you dirty one day, Brian. Man.

Raylene:

Brian, thank you so much for coming on our show. We learned so much. How can people find you?

Unknown:

You can check out my website www dot Quinn sodium QUINS or tm.com Awesome. Thank

Raylene:

you so much for being on our show. Have a great night. Thank you. Thank

Unknown:

you.

Bradford Ricardo-Hyde:

Thank you. So

Steve:

I feel I want to go go try some THC now when I go

Curtis:

first of all he needed some THC and he'll enjoy that scallop sandwich again.

Steve:

Someone didn't dirty I mean maybe right like he is from Connecticut. Maybe he's not from the shoreline like I am where you get the fresh scallops and they cook it right and they do all that but boy I've been wanting to seek out

Curtis:

and my brother's quadriplegic I'm also Native American so THC and all that wrong. What Yeah, my brother's quadriplegic he's paralyzed

Raylene:

that in and episodes

Curtis:

he's paralyzed from the neck down which is what keeps me actually grounded here in Connecticut otherwise I would not be here because I'm a Sunshine State Florida person, but a doctor finally recommended THC for him. So he has his medical card and he goes up there and buys all type of little things from edibles to the pens and everything in between you know in

Raylene:

Connecticut or in Connecticut.

Steve:

Connecticut, you brought up the medical card and dispensary. So um, I have a friend who has a card and I use him to go when he's got some extra space to go grab me some stuff from the dispensary. Now when we pull up to this place, we've I've gone there probably 100 times you're lucky to get a parking spot. I mean, the busy Dunkin Donuts 7am is not busier than dispensary all day long and what every time I pull in, I say the same thing. The steady state of Connecticut is such a fucking idiot. Do you know how much tax revenue right you could load these up like Duncan's every mile and a half that I've never seen the place empty

Curtis:

Jersey has it What are we waiting on? It's

Unknown:

so stupid. So

Raylene:

question a edibles or smoke.

Steve:

I'm a I'm a glass bowl. I can't roll all my friends growing up or the rollers. So now that I'm in my 30s, and they're married, and I want to see the visual, no, I have no ability, smoking for 20 years and I can't roll a fucking joint.

Raylene:

the dumbest thing I ever did was I got hammered one night, and I was hanging out with one of my daughter's friend's parents. So obviously the people that are my age, and I was like, hammered. And I'm like, you know what, your daughter rolls the tightest blunts ever.

Steve:

I am mad at you for her.

Raylene:

She everybody knew what the thing is. We all knew that she smoked because she lost her sunglasses case in quotes in my daughter's car, and hurt and like everybody. I mean, everybody knows at a certain age. Like anyway, how about you? So then you

Curtis:

so for me? No, I'm an edible person. But I have to tell the story. No, I promise you can. Yeah, I would find um, tell the story. So with wine, right. All right. That's exactly what

Bradford Ricardo-Hyde:

this is a special edition of undebatable art.

Curtis:

So the funniest story of me,

Raylene:

edibles judges us

Curtis:

and I'm a THC. I'm an a politician that believes in edibles and believes in decriminalization marijuana and supporting it. So no, so I'm newly inducted as a city councilor. It's literally like the day after the having this conversation on race relations last day, I should go cuz now I'm an elected official in the city. And it's hosted at, you know, a college in the hometown of New London, Connecticut. So I go there, but before I go there, go visit my brother who's a quadriplegic. So he's like, Well, I have some new edibles. Would you like to try something I'm like, Sure, of course, Rice Krispie treats. But I didn't know who made these edibles. I didn't know how much was

Steve:

in the best you've ever your hands on.

Curtis:

So I'm like this is good jump. munching like literally enjoying this so i a full edible. But unfortunately for edible I can't even show you guys the visual. But let's just say it's a nice sized edible with more than enough THC for you, your grandmother, your cat, your dog in your pig. So I take this edible. And I'm waiting in line to get in because there's a long line to get into this this event on racism. So I finally get in. I parked my car I get into my seat. The auditorium is about 2000 seats big. And I'm noticeable coming in because I'm a newly elected official. So everyone's like, hey, this guy in a fedora Nice to see you. Hello, hello. I get to my seat. By the time I sit in my seat and mind you I am five rolls from the front. And I'm noticeable because I'm newly elected official. The THC kick kicks

Unknown:

in when I say I

Curtis:

am TRIPPIN, I am texting, like I need to go, I need to go. And what did they just say about black people I need to go. And it was a worst conversation on race you can ever have with your grandmother who's half white, and a slave owner like it was

Steve:

getting triggered by something going, you know what I would like?

Curtis:

When I tell you I had to censor myself. So now the thought process is I have this down pack.

Unknown:

I've shut my mouth.

Curtis:

But now how do you get up when you're six foot one, a newly elected official in a fedora and your highest and you think you gotta walk back up the steps for 2000 seats in behind you and get out. I fought with myself for probably about 10 minutes. You're high who gives a fuck Get the fuck out of here.

Steve:

This stone inner monologue is one of the most the first monologues you will ever have with yourself. I had to share that story man. I

Curtis:

have not told that story to anyone but my quadriplegic brother but I'm glad to get that out my system but when I tell you the battle inside my home with me so so read in myself,

Raylene:

I have a similar story. I was known and I think I might have mentioned this before as a stoner in high school. And but then I met my husband and he's straight as an arrow. And and then we move to Florida. So it was just it just started to get the death penalty. And we know it was just it was just it was stopped. So when people like people say you can get addicted to weed you fucking can't the habit like I still have nightmares about quitting smoking, but I moved to Florida and didn't smoke weed for 18 years. It didn't really affect me at all. So then I I want a trip through my company to go to Jamaica. And so in Jamaica outdoors Jamaicans do,

Steve:

and the airport.

Raylene:

No, I know I can anyway, so then I started like, I was doing the pot. Pot again. And so then my daughter who was in college, he's like, oh, if you want an edible I got a guy I can get it and I'm like, Okay, I'm gonna let my 2018 year old daughter be my drug dealer but whatever I'm like, Yeah, get me an edible starter, right. And then on the back of it, it just says you know, like serving size three squares. So this thing is like, it's like an inch and a half by ninja half an inch and a half and like there's like nine squares, I'm like, Okay, well, it's been like a really long time. So I'm just gonna do two out of the three. So it was one o'clock in the afternoon when I take it. And then at two in the afternoon, I'm like, this didn't even fucking work. at three in the afternoon, I could hear my pulse in my ears. At five, I realized my husband was about to come home and I was like, Oh, fuck, how am I gonna explain me being high for the first time in 20 years?

Steve:

Well, you Sorry, keep going.

Raylene:

So So I went and I was like, Okay, so what are we going to do? So I, I took my bottle of Tito's, and I put it on the island and then I took my bottle of bubble water and I put it on the island and then I cut up a lime, and then I poured bubble water and lime and squeezed together. So when my husband came home at five, he thought it was drunk. Instead of high,

Steve:

I totally got away with a paranoia right there.

Raylene:

No, it was hysterical. Because I thought, later, I thought, How weird is it that my husband came home at five o'clock and I was fucked up. And he was like, cool.

Steve:

Marrying, right.

Raylene:

But then I did this, like on a comedy show. Later on, he was like, it makes a lot more sense.

Steve:

So what you guys learned and in case someone's listening is never even edible before. What happens when you smoke weed, it goes into your lungs and you dig holes in your capillaries and it gets you bloodstream really fast, like five to 10 minutes

Raylene:

and you have a great time when you done when you eat it.

Steve:

It needs to digest or your digestive system, go through all that and then get in your bloodstream and takes 25 more hours potentially like an hour and a half. So if you're gonna eat an edible, set a timer for like an hour and a half and if you don't feel anything, then go back right

Curtis:

just don't eat an edible oil conversation on race.

Steve:

It'll be Curtis can be Curtis with all those people around your ob Raylene pretending to be drunk.

Raylene:

I honestly think that I'm just gonna give Bradford an edible one day

Curtis:

I know you like this as much as we're making fun of it. I'm gonna tie completely believe in decriminalization of marijuana, all of it. And it's not it's no, to be honest, we should be putting more prohibits on on alcohol than we should. On dubara

Raylene:

I actually have a close relative who works in DEA the DEA is like they do not give a shit about weed. Now the only reason no, but it's the only reason it's still illegal is because you can smell weed from a mile away. Right? And so then they were like, well, I'm gonna search your car and then they find the other shit that you're not supposed to have.

Unknown:

That's exactly

Curtis:

the invitation into it.

Steve:

It's crazy that we make so much tax revenue on a drink that kills so many people a single year right and we are so proud to have the second amendment which is totally cool code that kills people too as well and then marijuana right you can make billions of dollars right billions go back go back to put it back into the fucking da take all of it and put it in DEA if you want go fight heroin in a real shit scenario right there.

Raylene:

Literally because of reefer madness. Yes.

Curtis:

For all of you entrepreneurs out there. All I'm gonna say is the next weed that you guys are smoking in 2021 better be the Trump weed.

Bradford Ricardo-Hyde:

I'm in the Coast Guard. So please never give me an edible because oh

Steve:

shit. Okay, we I guess we can't do that. Yeah. No, we

Unknown:

need you.

Steve:

You're gonna smoke Trump weed.

Curtis:

I think that should be the name of the new weed instead of like, you know, yeah, they have all these crazy names Kong and this and that or whatever. They

Steve:

wrote a bunch of CBD weed and I'm gonna sell it for real stuff. Don't worry, Donnie, I'll handle the lawsuit.

Unknown:

It'll do a lot better

Curtis:

than Trump Towers.

Bradford Ricardo-Hyde:

cb Orlando.

Steve:

presidency.

Raylene:

My hip still feels good. Hey, thanks for coming to undebatable. We have enjoyed having you listen, and we hope you have enjoyed listening to us.

Keith:

You've been listening to undebatable. Finally a show proving that people can disagree and still have fun, like it ought to be. We hope you had fun too. And we'll be back soon. Until then join in the conversation with us on our website at www dot undebatable dot show or connect with us on social media, Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube. We'll see you next time. Until then. This is undebatable signing off.

Brian Quinn

Brian is a 46 year old husband and father of 3. He has 25 years of
experience in biotech drug manufacturing and specialty chemical production.
Currently he is focused on Cannabis process consulting and small scale CBD
extraction and distillation for his new company Quinnsortium. Please give a warm
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