April 28, 2021

George Floyd Trial Verdict Decided

George Floyd Trial Verdict Decided

After a mini break, the cast of Undebatable is back and at it again. In this episode of Undebatable, we tackle the issues that are on your mind and that you’re talking about. We dive deep into the verdict of the George Floyd Trial and the recent uptick in police shootings. Raylene and Steve battle it out in this intense discussion. Also a dating couple discover through a home DNA kit that they are actually half siblings! And the epic Battle of the Joshes and how they came to fight for the Top Josh in Nebraska! Don’t miss these stories and more on this edition of Undebatable. 

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Transcript

Keith:

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Raylene:

Hey,

Keith:

Steve in Bradford

Raylene:

Hey, everybody, welcome back. We've missed you. Season One, Episode 24. We were not here last week.

Unknown:

You weren't here last week? Well,

Raylene:

and then we didn't do an episode.

Bradford :

And then I was moving the week before that. Basically, he took a little break.

Steve:

But basically Steve has no life.

Raylene:

He was like guys complain with me guys.

Steve:

I was available at all times.

Raylene:

I was wanting to call in from vacation. But no. Anyway, before we get started, I want to remind you to share the undebatable podcast with your friends and family. You can find the share link in our show notes. Hopefully you even know how to find our podcast, you can go to www dot inveighed on unbelievable.

Unknown:

I love that one to

Raylene:

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Steve:

We just want to go home we just kept me.

Raylene:

We're like fuck you. I'm right by.

Unknown:

This is undebatable Exactly.

Raylene:

The link for our Patreon page can also be found down below in the show notes. And I love it whenever in the beginning. He's like, for whatever friends and I always put the quote the friends in quotes. Like we literally didn't even know each other before we started. Isn't that how often start. Exactly. And then it's like hot button issues.

Unknown:

They are.

Steve:

Well where were you you were in where

Raylene:

I started in Charlotte. Now Charleston, I kept getting around Charleston, and then it went to Savannah. And then he went to Myrtle Beach and the new went to Hershey, Pennsylvania. And now I'm back here.

Bradford :

So you ended up seeing a local friend from here?

Unknown:

Yes, sorry. So

Bradford :

was that planned? Or like not at all? It was literally

Raylene:

just there and you had God literally there we were leaving? Yeah, she had. We were leaving Charleston and heading down to Savannah and my friend posted that she was in Savannah. And it was like, Oh my god, I'm gonna be there in an hour. And we want to pugging hanging out a little bit of all the four days that I was down there. It was really cool.

Unknown:

Wow.

Steve:

I was get freaked out when I see people I know on vacation or like people that you recognize in places that you've never showed. That's like terrifying, like a teacher outside of school, just like an old neighbor, or is somebody are like, Dude, this is weird. And it also makes you realize like, that's kind of cool. We came from all these weird random places. We ended up at the same airport at the same time. We're from the same town.

Bradford :

When I was in like my first year of high school. We were at our summer house up in Canada

Raylene:

prints and Rylance like 12 hours from here. And this is the part where Bradford points out that he has a rich family. Go ahead.

Bradford :

And so we're there and we went to one of the farmers markets on the island and my sister has this look on her face and I'm like what she's like, I think that's Chuck and I think that's the lunch lady. So backstory Chuck is the janitor from our elementary school and I want to have lunch at they are a couple and a boy joke right and yeah, we always wondered why he got extra scrambled eggs God Darn it.

Steve:

They must have one of the cleanest houses some of the finest food right exactly. You're not finding food but plenty a lot of tater tots.

Bradford :

But it was just so crazy because it sure enough it was them and my mom and dad were like hey, you know, and they're like what do you guys do in here and like what other people do here vacation and are like, Oh yeah, I guess that's a good reason to be here. Right?

Steve:

And what you were what so your excuse two weeks ago is moving Like, what's so hard about that bread?

Unknown:

Oh my gosh,

Steve:

what can you make you here for five?

Raylene:

Right? So because or you can hire movers like grownups,

Bradford :

huh? Nope, nope. We so and how it was kind of perfect timing, we closed on time. And then that weekend, we moved in. And then that whole week, and he was on spring break from his job at the elementary school. So it was like, just perfect timing. And we just had a whole week to just unpack get organized. And it's like one of those things if you don't do it that first week, you lose momentum. And I think stay in boxes forever. So

Steve:

have you yelled at anybody get off your lawn? Yeah.

Unknown:

No, no. To try that.

Raylene:

No, but your neighbor did?

Bradford :

Yes. So I can't believe I told you that. So we is like my own lawn that are you talk about the Comcast package. Oh my gosh, so the guy from Comcast clearly was not listening. When I had him send the wireless router and the modem to our home. He first of all, had my last name as my first name and vice versa. And even to this day, I still get bills that are like excuse, you know, hide Bradford? It's like, okay, but um, you know, we're still living at our prior address when they shipped it. So it arrived at the brand new house, which still has a for sale, sign up, you know, at that time. And, you know, UPS says it arrived. And I was like, No, it's not here. So I drive, you know, by chance just to see if it's there. Sure. Enough, big box, XFINITY on it. Right on the porch, Rosa, God, darn it. So I go up the stairs to get the box. And I turn in my neighbor's just staring at me. And I'm like, Hey, how are you? And she didn't say anything. And I was like, yeah, so Comcast deliver this package here. But it's supposed to be you know, we're not here yet. But I'm gonna be your new neighbor. And she was like, Huh, and I'm like, okay, pretty sure. She's gonna call the cops. So

Raylene:

I feel strongly that you probably looked and acted guilty. Like, Oh, you did cuz I was totally awkward.

Steve:

Oh, hi. Your face in the ring. doorbell like, Yeah.

Bradford :

Right. So I'm just like, oh my god, I just I knew she was gonna call the cops. So I was like, well, I got to go back to work. We'll see it because you know, I'm on my lunch break. So I'm heading down the stairs. And sure enough, this cop drives around the corner. I was like, are you kidding me right now? I'm like, she's gonna wave them down. So the cop stops rolls down his window. Turns out, I know the officer and he's like, Bradford, what

Unknown:

are you doing here?

Bradford :

You don't live here? I'm like, Nope, I don't He's like, what do you do in here, man? I'm like, just dealing this box off the porch. He's like, all All right, man out there the way I was like, all right. He's like, see, I'm like by and he drives off and I look at her and she's like, devastated. She lost all confidence and an urge. Well,

Steve:

I was gonna say, I'm gonna tell him the truth. And I'm like, but you could still just been lying,

Bradford :

but he knows that I'm a jokester. So I had to do my typical, you know, right.

Steve:

I don't see you stepping on a flower. Bradford? No, you're very you're very nice, man. I don't see you stealing packages from what ladies?

Bradford :

Yeah, and how calls are rode geriatric lien I mean, it's

Steve:

not like she's bounded by Oh, she's using the router.

Unknown:

No, no,

Raylene:

she's probably she actually she probably has one that her grandkids set up and so when you like look for the Wi Fi signals. Hers probably says something like you know, d a security cam or whatever. And that's probably hers because her kids set it up

Steve:

grandkids channel three on the regular cable setting.

Raylene:

up internet that is such an old joke.

Steve:

I thought the internet would be a lot cooler than this. One fucking channel.

Raylene:

The kids don't know any of this shit. They don't know what it was like to grow up without cable to have a slide box. Did you guys have a slide box? No.

Steve:

I didn't knob TV.

Bradford :

I grew up without cable. My dad does not believe in TV. He wanted a wide

Steve:

Laurie wasn't invented for me. I remember the first cable box coming out at 35 channels and I was like, This is fucking Oh my god. Oh my Donald Trump. We had the form he was a dickhead. Oh my God, my Donald Trump man. But I had a knob TV before that. And I didn't know how TV worked. And I liked the three stooges and Zorro so I would sit there all day. turn the knobs and there's only 12 channels so all the way back around

Bradford :

and then come back and I just did that. So we had a knob TV that's the only TV we had as well. Big Thing sat on the floor and the only channel we could get even with an antenna was like Pax TV. And I used to watch Touched by an Angel that's my angel

Raylene:

that was on Pax TV for sure make sense? and seven seven was on there too.

Steve:

shitty TV show

Raylene:

770 my god I loved seven seven what I what I loved most was later on when the pastor in his real life. He was writing erotica and people and he was writing it under a pen name and when people found out they lost their shit for

Steve:

someone who grew up in a home of divorce and yelling I look at that be like I hope you die in your fucking sleep. You see that family Roseanne? Those are real families. That's real.

Raylene:

You literally just told me how great my kid is. And she was raised in a, you know, seventh heaven type of family.

Steve:

Look how she could have came out. Like you. Yeah. I survived. No, but I loved all those shows. Roseanne was like a real I like, real like I

Raylene:

didn't know say I live on like, I looked at Roseanne like, there's somebody worse than al Borland.

Steve:

I mean, like, married with children. Yes. Like somebody worse than us. I love that era of TV because it was so anti. What was before were everything so perfect. The only thing that went wrong was that Jimmy cheated and got to be on. You know what I mean? Like, don't forget this chicks pregnant.

Unknown:

Right?

Steve:

How are you gonna deal with that? Like, so? I love that

Raylene:

word. I think you were a little hard on the beaver last night. Yeah, no. And now they've got shameless, so that makes everybody feel good about themselves. And

Steve:

I look at my old cartoons. I'd like Doug and Rugrats and all these things like Rugrats. There's not one traditional family anywhere, though. And then if you watch Doug, no one's the same color. Only him and Patti mayonnaise. I don't know what subliminal shit. That's not to say like, like everyone can be different but sitting in the room crying because his only love interest is the same color as everybody else is different. But

Raylene:

maybe he just really liked condiments.

Steve:

I give a lot of credit to my 90s era. You know, I tell you subconsciously to be understanding of different people.

Raylene:

There was a episode of Rugrats that was it was absolutely so incredibly amazing that I would watch it over and over again and it was the one where they were doing like a kid's jury. And and

Steve:

I can see that it was episode right

Raylene:

it's such and she was like, Okay, let's bring on the witless like every single word play you could make was so awesome. And the last one that show would not fly right now.

Steve:

Oh, I watch on the other day they're way ahead of their time. Chucky is wearing a dress. dudes are making fun of Chucky for an address girls don't wear dress they think he's a dress a girl first off cuz only he's wearing your obvious Chuck is not a boy. Right? Because he's wearing a dress. They get confused. They push him over. His dress goes up they see as blue underwear. But TBS is still playing. So so they go they go, Hey, he can't be a girl. He's wearing blue underwear. And then they go Wow, you're weird for wearing a dress and start throwing rocks at him. Right and make him run away. By the end of the episode. The lesson is it doesn't matter what you wear, as long as you're true to yourself, right? Doesn't matter what those idiot bullies rocks, carrots, Chucky, you want to wear a dress and be a boy wear. And this is like to like this is in the 90s 2000 they're like, way ahead of their time. I was like, oh, wow, they're gonna pull this one. And then when he turned I was like, of course Rugrats would be way ahead of their time on that.

Raylene:

You remember that episode where they talked about how not to lose the redhead.

Steve:

What the Angelica

Raylene:

Angelica was it? Was Tommy Okay, it was Tommy pickles. And when they talked about how Chucky lost his mom. I fucking cried so hard in my living room with my kids and they're just looking at me like But Mom It's like a Disney movie like every parent's dead.

Steve:

Oh my. That's a single dad raising a kid on his own and then the pickles family

Raylene:

it was a Mother's Day episodes.

Steve:

A mom that has a corporate job and a dad who's a dreamer an inventor and yes homie can't get a job right have the dominant wife in the other relationship? Like his mom lives is at odds being but she's married so it tells you Look, don't judge people. Right? And then Angelica is mama she's the breadwinner and the husband just kind of like a pushover, right. Like there's no traditional family anywhere.

Raylene:

I can't I just get the goosebumps remembering the Mother's Day episode where they talked about Oh, Chucky lost his mom. I cried so hard. I loved that show. I love watching all the shows with my kids like with Tori it was Barney. With with Kayla, it was the Mickey Mouse Club. Then Barney and then it was like, like the Rugrats. Actually, that was probably Tori too because if you're watching it was probably Tori's age. So many kids so many shows. Whatever. Hannah Montana Fuck that.

Unknown:

She's a wrecking ball now.

Steve:

What do we got?

Raylene:

I love her. Okay, so today we are going to be talking about the Battle of the Joshua's how they took the fight with pool noodles to Nebraska where it ash Joshua's boyfriend and girlfriend discovered through DNA they are actually half brother and sister and the George Floyd verdict and additional police shootings. Which I feel like it's going to be really deep. Yeah,

Steve:

when people die, it's usually kind of serious. Yeah,

Unknown:

let's get into it.

Raylene:

Right. I'm gonna let you guys take this and occasionally I will throw out shit that people will throw rocks at me for later.

Steve:

Well, I brought it up because if we don't talk about a thing, it's kind of like, right. That's like the biggest thing that's happened while we're gone. I was kind of blown away when I was just trying to get like basic information on like, how what happened? There's so that I found this crazy article It's crazy. From 2013 to 2018 basically like 8000 Police have killed somebody not only is with a gun it's some form of something that they shouldn't have been doing excessive force and someone died 25 or convicted of 8000 people 25 Yeah, I mean offer offer up your rebuttal before I finish

Raylene:

Well, I mean, sometimes people need killin someone's coming at me with a with somebody coming at me with a knife or another gun.

Unknown:

Wherever the gun

Raylene:

that that's that's not what you said. We're talking about the other 8000

Steve:

people all these people attack these

Raylene:

cops I don't know anything but I'm just saying their job.

Steve:

They are so they deserve to die. Not some people deserve some people deserve killing. Right. That was your exact sound. Some

Raylene:

people if you're if you are coming at somebody with a with a gun, you're coming at me with a knife. You're

Steve:

coming. Oh, that 7666 people charge a copy of the gun. But do you stats? Do you know that? I can tell you not all of them did? I mean, you said all of them did.

Raylene:

I never said all of that on people deserve killing? Right? That's not all of them. 25 that's not even. That's not I didn't even say most of them. I said some that could be three. That could be the Seven Network. Whatever. So I'm gonna wait. I'm not there. I don't know the situation

Steve:

already defending cops. Do you see the problem? No, you're already defending blindly defending please.

Raylene:

I have a son in law who is a federal law enforcement officer. So yes. So

Steve:

you're blindly support all police officers no matter what they do. They're always right. But no, or they're wrong.

Raylene:

No, but you're saying? No, I said some people need killing need killing. Which one of those people I don't know. I don't know all of the stories. But you're blanketly

Steve:

saying a cop should never shoot any numbers. And you caught me off before I got to the end to defend cops. You didn't let me finish your defend you.

Raylene:

You told me to that was the point. Right? Because I'm

Steve:

always going to before we can just say straight up fucking numbers that the police union put together themselves. Let's just defend the cops to 1000 people. Point 3% have been convicted. If you run through real people who accidentally killed people deserve killing. 2.3% not going to jail. The majority of them are going to jail

Raylene:

I I am not going to say oh my god, those horrible cops killed those people until I know the

Steve:

stories a point is the numbers I'm just trying to make. This is the problem with our country is that we just say no, no, no, no, no, no, no. You before I finished you're already like, That's bullshit. They didn't do anything wrong. No, I did not say that. Before. I'm just reading the numbers. And it's already we're making excuses for him before we get there. Because he was and

Raylene:

he set me up for that

Steve:

I did. cut me off. And that was the point if you want to defend with it, but that's the problem, really. And it's not about me that you are being crazy. It's that we hear something and we go no cops couldn't do that. That's how

Unknown:

salutely

Raylene:

cops out there

Steve:

out of 7666 cops who killed somebody on the job? point? Oh, 3.3% got convicted of murder. 74 were charged. That's 1% Why are you saying so that means 99% of people, cops, kill someone on the job, get charged, not even go to jail. 25 cops in six years, if you run through these same numbers of workplace neglect, that's killed people. I doubt that percentage is the same any other job that you've killed someone by accident in the job? I doubt that number is the same.

Raylene:

That probably wasn't by accident. Cops are designed to shoot to stop.

Steve:

But these are where it's proven that they did something beyond what they're supposed to do.

Raylene:

All 8000 are just your 3006 years. No, you said 8000 conviction

Steve:

from the people who were charged on different numbers

Raylene:

out if there are 8000 people killed in six in how many years?

Steve:

There is 8000 police officers who killed somebody since 2013. To 2019 Okay. 25.3%. Well, I've been convicted with a crime.

Raylene:

Yes, but shouldn't we assume? Shouldn't we assume that when a police hat police officer has to shoot somebody with deadly force? There is a reason

Steve:

when there's a reason. Always. That later

Raylene:

it can't always be that there are pieces of

Steve:

shit and these are proven situation. They went above what they're supposed to do for their job.

Raylene:

Oh, 8000 of them. Yes.

Steve:

But he don't want to accept just basic numbers. You do see what's going Wait, did you see what's going on? You're?

Raylene:

You're no because you gave two different numbers you said 8000 total?

Steve:

I'm really sorry. 7600 668 1000 to say easier. No. That's for clarity. You're saying 8000 police officers shot people who died people were killed whether gun restraint, beatings, something beyond the scope of what their job legally gives. them the right to do.

Raylene:

So it was more than that but 8000 are the ones that they're saying was over and above what they should have done

Steve:

yes in six years. Okay, that's

Raylene:

not what you said to start with.

Steve:

I said 1000 people were killed bike I wake up in Ronda, I literally said the exact same thing I made sure I got that very lined up before I opened up that whole segment.

Raylene:

You said 8000 people were killed by cops. You didn't say 8000 people were later determined that it was in

Steve:

that exact sentence you can rewind you but when you play it back you'll hear I said not adjust by guns. This is by any form of depth beyond the job that you're supposed to do. Right.

Raylene:

But you didn't say that it

Steve:

was so are you more more there you more mad about that Mina? wording it right? Or the fucking point 3% of

Raylene:

what you just did the exact same thing that every headline does, in which you work away to get me to react, oh, cops couldn't have done this. You worded it in a way to get me to react?

Steve:

No, you reacted on your own. I just received two sentences about numbers and it triggered something in you to interrupt me and react. Alright,

Bradford :

hold on. I'm gonna I'm gonna interrupt now because I want to weigh in on this. So here's my thing. There are a crap ton of really, really, really decent police officers. I know a whole bunch of them that do just the most honorable thing right now, in their line of work, they're going to encounter some very tense situations. And they're going to deal with some people who are not doing good things. That's why the police were called on them perhaps in the first place. And sometimes that's why the police, police sometimes arrive to an incident where, you know, somebody is just making a judgment like the the black guy that was walking his dog in the park and someone called the police on him. There's a lot of instances like that. And so the police arrived and the person did no wrong. Now, when we dissect the George Floyd thing, that's kind of what we're talking about here. George Floyd was had the police called on him because the cashier believe believed that he was trying to cash a fake check now, I'm gonna be honest, I don't know what it was a fake. Oh, so it was a fake bill. counterfeit. counterfeit. Okay, got it. So he believed it was a fake button through the verb. Did they find out whether or not that was fake or not just one random little?

Raylene:

No, it doesn't matter. He didn't deserve to die for that really came out.

Bradford :

Right? No, he that's my point, though. Right. That's my point, though. Right? So fake or not, you don't deserve that. Now. Police have to use equal force, meaning that if a guy came at you with a gun than you would pull your gun right. Or if someone came at you with a knife, then you would have to pull your gun to protect yourself because your job is to keep yourself and the scene safe. George Floyd was on the ground, saying I can't breathe with plenty of handcuffs and plenty of officers standing around him. George Floyd did not deserve to die. And Derek Chauvin, the officer deserves every ounce of what he got. And he is the point 3% and he is that point 3% then it's not about I'm not sitting here going cops are shitty this or that. I'm talking about if there's any other profession that killed people by accident doctors, I would love to see that number. Let's run through how many accidental deaths were caused by doctors,

Steve:

how many were convicted? And how many got charged? I promise you. It's not 1% God charge in point 3% went to jail. Now

Raylene:

it's probably less.

Steve:

Where are you gonna go? Where are you going to go from here? I'm shocked that this you were just totally cool with that. That I mean, this is literally telling you to your face, that cops are more important than you when the law doesn't apply?

Bradford :

I don't know that. I don't think that she meant that.

Unknown:

Thank you.

Bradford :

I think she so what happened was, I think you did state that correctly, because I did hear it. But I don't think that she understood that. So when she responded she was saying that, you know, do we know which it's true. We do have to look at every single case on a case by case basis because there are definitely certain times you know, when people lost their lights, we don't know if they pulled a gun on the cop. We don't know though. We see the case from Ohio. six year old girl got shot by the cops this week. She had a knife, domestic he shows up for a call and as he gets there within minutes, the girl whines back and goes a lunge with a knife in her hand to go stab the other girl

Raylene:

and stop right there or time. What would you do if you were a cop? And that's your job, you shooter. Okay,

Steve:

that's what you're supposed to do. I'm not sitting here saying any cop that shoot somebody is wrong. These are real numbers of real people who did something wrong. And to me that's not justice and just what they do for live just that's not where we live. Just to be clear.

Bradford :

It was already determined. Right, you said that the 7000

Steve:

somethings ironically 666, that

Bradford :

is a pretty crazy number. It was already determined that these individuals were killed wrongly. In other words, it was like a George George was to where charges could be or should be filed.

Steve:

Okay, Tori, this was beyond just like, Oh, I handcuffed him, and I wrestled with him and his neck broke. Right.

Unknown:

So then that

Steve:

that's something needs to be investigated and charges were suggested and they weren't filed. Right.

Bradford :

So that does indeed depict a real systemic

Raylene:

issue. And I thought we're also looking at that is first of all six years. It is it is. So it's 12 1200 a year for six years. And it's across a country of millions and millions and millions and millions number of

Steve:

books that aren't my problem is it's that point 3% are being held accountable. 1% get charged. And and maybe

Raylene:

because people but maybe it's crazy. Well, first of all, we don't have all the information that happened. Second of all, it's

Unknown:

not enough to question that something's wrong.

Raylene:

I mean, there's obviously some bad there's, I would I would bet your percentage there is probably that's how many bad cops are I respect all police 100%

Steve:

job they have to do? The military. They don't deserve the same respect. We give them blind. Yes, respect. Okay, this is a perfect example of like, well, there has to be an explanation on why this can't be true.

Raylene:

But I feel like you've just literally presented two sides of the argument. Because we know what happened with the girl in Ohio. She had her hand up with a knife on this

Steve:

list, because they would investigate that and go, Oh, you were justified in that shooting that wouldn't be in these numbers.

Raylene:

But in the news right now, in the news, right now, they're slaying that guy. She was a 16 year old girl, why couldn't you do something else? Why can't we do in a situation which none of us have ever been in where it's life or death? We don't know how we react. And we don't know whether or not those were justifying about

Steve:

that case with a six year old girl is that's the reason why cops can't do their fucking job. Because I'm reading comments and like, oh, he should have shot her in the leg. Oh, he should have shot her three times four times. Right? We shouldn't show their hand like the guy. I watched the live video. This is like he gets there. He tries to figure what's going on the girl runs and lunges at the girl and he has a gun drawn on her. The How is he? What is he supposed to do? Think about all the situations at a time. So I'm not sitting here going The fuck? You guys shouldn't shoot anybody. They should all have guns people deserve. There's people out there need to get shot in certain situations. Oh, but this number right here is justified.

Raylene:

You literally just said what I said that you yelled at me for no, I

Steve:

said that on purpose. You're looking for that argument. That's not my point. When I said here's how that conversation when there's

Raylene:

166. I agree the 100

Steve:

people died in 2013 and 20 1925 were convicted. Some people deserve killing. The context is horrible. And to be completely honest, George fully deserved killing.

Raylene:

No. I did not last when I said some I didn't say all I said

Steve:

cops. And I think that's I'm

Raylene:

no no, what I'm doing is I'm waiting to hear further information. I am not going to blindly that you Yes. Um, some people deserve killing. And I don't know what happened in those cases. I

Steve:

was not there. Honestly, what so not funny, but like, a perfect microcosm of what's going on is that these numbers were just supposed to be like my intro into the topic. This was just a quick Delta. And then it led into different points on his charges, the macabre. But like, that's the problem is we have, we have one group of people who want to hold them accountable. We have another group of people that want to look for excuses why this can't be true. And I think that's why they keep fucking killing people. And that's why they're point 9%.

Raylene:

So the cops are just out there looking for somebody to kill.

Steve:

Yeah, that's exactly what I said.

Raylene:

I mean, they're just out there killing people. You said,

Steve:

what I do think a week of this trial, five people got killed by cops. We saw the news

Raylene:

yesterday. And for sure. We know that by by gun. And first sure we know that one of them needed killing? Who the one who was pulling a knife and about to stab another person.

Steve:

And the one with the taser.

Raylene:

That one I don't I mean,

Steve:

we shouldn't have to be doing this though. We're differentiating different cop killings that we've seen on TV.

Bradford :

I want to we're kind of running short on time. So I want to ask one question. We're never

Raylene:

short on time. We have 40 minutes so we can skip all the other topics, thinking none of us are really pro enough to really I'm just I'm just saying as the inlaw of a law enforcement enforcement officer and the person who knows a lot of cops, some of them should not be cops.

Steve:

A lot of them I know. I know. I

Raylene:

I think that there should be a real, real solid screening into why somebody wants to be police officers.

Steve:

Also a bunch of cops that are amazing. And because yeah, no 766, right. They're murderers, too. Yeah,

Unknown:

that's the problem and nobody's gonna watch

Steve:

Because of those if you want to protect the real cops changes point oh three to a real fucking number because that then we all will see the difference but when I took dare I dare my whole life I love cops cops are great guess what the day I turned 15 I was a punk ass teenager and they treated me like garbage all that work they did right out the fucking window, because I wasn't a human to them. Now and that's that's one of the problems is that let me ask you don't treat us like humans.

Raylene:

Let's because their deaths because they're under attack all of the time.

Steve:

Because they don't treat us like humans. When I don't

Raylene:

know that. When a

Steve:

child sees a cop, what do they do? What's a parent notice that a certain age they don't go Oh, cool. They go. Mom, there's a cop right at a young age. Yeah, that why? because society sees a common ocean, because they're out to ruin people's, their heroes. They save people's lives.

Raylene:

All I want that they're out there on people's lives.

Steve:

Let's be let's be real. And I mean, it's objectively if I'm a town cop, right? I'm in a small town. What is my day usually consisting of? Am I chasing robbers from the bank account from the bank? Am I rescuing

Raylene:

kids from giving out speeding ticket

Steve:

speeding tickets, writing traffic tickets, but you're also on registered vehicles. It's their job. I'm not saying what they're doing is wrong. You're ruining people's fucking teas. You're costing them money. If they had money to fix their car, they would have fixed your taillight or they're

Raylene:

ruining their day.

Bradford :

I was you say? I mean, if you're speeding, you're breaking the law.

Raylene:

If you're I mean, you know what, you know when you're speeding?

Steve:

Ah, my point is that their interaction with people mostly is ruining their days whether they're fault or not. Oh,

Raylene:

yeah, no, I've definitely gotten some snide remarks so arguments with colleagues or culture is

Steve:

to fear police all our interactions is with you taking money out of my pocket and now I'm seeing this on TV like it's the it's the something has to change. Yeah, country just keep staying the same. Thinking things are gonna change if somebody change

Raylene:

breaking into your house or you're scared or there's somebody in your yard or somebody runs over your mailbox, who do you call?

Steve:

Did I say not to call? I don't know why just saying I want to be held accountable for dimes. They're there, they're there to serve justice and the law, you would think of anybody who would be behind people being held accountable for murder. I would like it would be that and and to be fair, joven didn't even get first degree murder. I would have second third and manslaughter.

Raylene:

And, and I have a sneaking suspicion that because of somebody in Congress who said something,

Steve:

couple people actually said some stuff

Raylene:

there, there, it's gonna go back and it'll probably be overturned. How? I don't know. Well, that's why you said that because they're saying that that it will be inferred

Bradford :

relational, they're saying nations in tears a video.

Raylene:

This is an I just, I'm sad of a

Steve:

video recording of a man kneeling on another man's neck for over eight and a half minutes using a non approved and that man diver

Raylene:

why the Why the fuck is there? It's approved in a lot of places. Are you sure it wasn't approved where he is? Because it it they had done it to a person in Texas, a white person in Texas the year before and that kid died also, and nobody said anything because there wasn't a

Steve:

national standard. It's not approved there. Without video, they don't get home.

Raylene:

Anyway, here's, here's what I would like to say, for myself and for everybody. That was a moment that the entire United States needed, you would think we needed it. It was like

Steve:

the response from a republican side is the opposite of that. It's the it's disgusting that you

Raylene:

stopped calling just certain people just say some pickles. So

Steve:

okay, so certain people that were disagreeing with a verdict and saying that a mob pressured the verdict, the jury were all republicans that a better way to say, I don't know how else you want to say they're all Republicans.

Raylene:

Okay. They, they they are they are all Republicans, but not all republicans feel that way.

Steve:

I didn't say that. The point is, when it's like, lump,

Raylene:

listen, no, it's the whole United States needed this. The whole universe was like, it was like, and I say this in my, in my talk, zooming through 2020. It's like the universe, sat us down in a school assembly and said, Listen, we need to talk about this. Because this is ridiculous. The whole set, you know, it should have never happened. It was and and I think a lot of people are certainly realizing that they might be a little bit more racist than they believe. And so are their friends,

Steve:

the Republicans, the certain handful of Republicans who come out and said also all the Fox News people, it's the right side and saying, well, they're pressured. Why is this political? Like, why is it that we're like, we know what side we're supposed to be on for everything. And then the verdict comes out. And you would just think that like, exactly for what you just said a video showing all this. There's a discussion about right, whether this is like guilty or not. And it's the that's even like even that split, we have a video that shows everything and we have to pick sides on that. That to me is another

Raylene:

Well, I also wonder why we haven't been of him being on that person's neck for eight minutes and not somebody just bum rushing them and knock on the buck or the

Unknown:

other cops. Yeah, they were afraid that they too would then

Steve:

they would jack the fuck out of if you can't look well, they just let him kneel on the guys like he's in charge of this situation their ways. Like they're young and he's a veteran. They're gonna listen to him. They did.

Raylene:

I hate that that happened. But I am glad for the conversations that we are now having that should have been happened a long time ago.

Steve:

Hey, he got charged and convicted and when it doesn't usually happen, does it

Raylene:

go into your 1%? Or does it now 1.1 it might take

Steve:

that three of one person and maybe put it to almost pathway five.

Raylene:

Right? Alright, so this one was my article, boyfriend and girlfriend discovered through DNA tests that they are half brother and sister. Now, that was one of the articles that I put, but there was multiples there was a girl on tik tok, who just found out that the guy that she had been dating was her full brother.

Steve:

I got one better than both of those.

Raylene:

Oh, I want to hear it right now. Anyway, they took a 23andme test, and the girlfriend had gotten them for Christmas. And then they both found out they were both from the same town and both their dads were sterile. And they were conceived from the same sperm from a local sperm donor. Whoo. I didn't even read all that in my article. That's not the one I was talking about.

Steve:

Did they have sex afterwards?

Raylene:

I don't know about afterwards.

Steve:

I got one question one question only did you fuck after that someone

Unknown:

else or not after? No not after it was Christmas you know they did

Bradford :

note she got the DNA test from 23andme for Christmas as a gift but then you send it in and it takes you know a month whatever to come back.

Raylene:

So me my daughter do is still hasn't come back. She had inadequate specs.

Steve:

Those are crazy stories. But it was maybe a month ago I saw this story. Same thing girl did. She was adopted. So she got this specifically this just take the random chance. Yep. You know, because it will match you with people. You're related to my mom's a twin. And whenever she did it, my cousin would pop up because their genetics are so similar. Oh, you have a daughter. Like now that's that's that's my niece. But this girl does this. And it traces back to her dad. biological father. She now knows who this person is. Oh my god. I gotta find this guy. You know, like, I'm finally ready. She looks mom. Turns out she's not the only one who's looking for him. Right. He is a top 10 most wanted for the FBI. Since 1971 still remaining in the top 10 he killed his whole family. Oh, Jesus went on the run killed a bunch of other people. So it's kind of a good thing that she wasn't in that mix. I imagine that emotional roller coaster. I haven't name Oh my God, he's on the run. Well, I don't care. I can have this movie moment in Scotland where I mean my dad before he dies from a disease anymore. Oh, shit. Well,

Bradford :

I guess it kind of worked out for me that didn't it. I think it's emotional all around this poor couple here. They both want to know who their biological fathers were. So they did this 23andme test together. And they literally were looking at the result together to find out who their dads were. And you know, oh, this is who my dad is. Who's Who's your dad? Oh, what?

Unknown:

Give that to me.

Bradford :

Oh my God, I've been screwing you. You're my house.

Steve:

how terrifying is that? Because that means they live in a local area close to each other. Right? Right. Don't you usually meet and date people close to your local area? Right? Amen. No getting married. So like, how fucked up is that? Like the sperm banks should like just trade off with different regions because now we're realizing that we're just getting like a lower level of incest in small areas.

Raylene:

One thing I think is really cool. I had a friend take a 23andme test because she was also adopted. And it turned out that her she has a whole family from her father's side. But her father died in Vietnam. And what they figured out was the mom had had a one night stand with him before he left. He died in Vietnam. And he never knew he had a kid

Steve:

dying in a rice paddy thing and this is Yeah, and and little Do you know?

Raylene:

Yeah, no, he had no idea. So the mom got pregnant gave her up for adoption because she didn't end so now she actually has a family. And they thought you know that, you know, his legacy was done. So cool about that. Right? And I thought that was super super awesome. But then a lot of than I remember reading a tweet, like two or three years ago, it's like my brother got us all 23andme tests for Christmas. My mom grabbed them all ran in the bedroom and said we couldn't take them. Now my mom and dad are fighting and we're trying to figure out which one of us don't belong to dad. Oh

Unknown:

my god.

Steve:

I did one I've always thought they're really cool like my mom got one for me and I was like really excited about all the results and if you're white do they just gonna tell your wife

Raylene:

your Why are you like Irish English?

Steve:

It was funny. It was like 52% North Western Europe and 48% Western Europe countries is like Germany, Ireland, England, Wales. So we're the widest people come from I called you, I'm just a blend of white, South Park did an amazing episode. They always, like just shine light on some ridiculous shit that we're all doing without us realizing it. And it was just a bunch of white people doing ancestry and they just keep coming back with bullshit results. The only thing we can hope for is that we're like, 1/16 Indian, right? So the whole point was that like, why the like, How stupid are we that we want to feel way more important than we are? that they've made a test to test us white people to find out where we came from? Do you know who should be trying to figure out where they came from? The African Americans in this country? Because that's a legitimate like, right? Whoa, look where I came from, like, I'm different. That would be for someone that has slavery in their genetics to genuinely like that. We should give it to everybody, right? Just for historical tracking, like a Matlock. For me. It's like, Yeah, okay. I'm from England, of course. But imagine being someone in this country, your 22 year old black kid, and you don't know your family, right? Only know, like your grandma, and you go do that. And you find out that you're from these three different countries in this and I think that that, to me, is what why it should be cool, but frickin white. Right?

Bradford :

What I want to know is, I mean, I look like my siblings, at least. I mean, my brother Harlan and I probably looked the least alike, but they're certain you

Raylene:

look like your sister Harlan was

Bradford :

oh my god, that's the scariest thing. I look so much like her if she cut her hair short and lost the boobs. They'd be like, which ones Brad? I'm serious. Bad. Yeah. I mean, but like, didn't people see these two people together and be like, Wow, you guys look very strikingly similar.

Steve:

Not necessarily.

Raylene:

My ex husband looks. If you compared my ex husband with my brothers baby photos, they write denticle. Right. Which is weird because our daughter looks exactly like both of us. And I feel like just because we look like

Steve:

Hi. I just had like a trigger. Like I was actually with my cousin one time. And her son looks just like me, because she's the daughter of my mom's twin. So like, okay, on a real sense of any other human that's not related to me like she's your sister than most genes of anyone in the world. Right? So her son looks just like me, you must have been 12 at a time. It's a family barbecue. Oh, my mom is getting married to her new husband at the time. Still, same husband, but there's all these people that we've never met at this reception. So we're sitting there they come up, and it's me. My cousin. Aiden her son's on my left and then her fiance at the time now her husband is on the side of he's like a six foot four huge dude. Sweet little lady comes up. Or you can't these not I am. Is this your family? Oh my gosh, what a beautiful family. And we're like, no, like, Can you not see that look? Exactly. Exactly. Like, like, and then the kid looks exactly what the hell? And then as it just kept going on all day. Oh, you guys, are we saying that's the point. That's the point. We all came from the same goddamn place. Exactly. Adam and fucking Eve. I'm kidding. You're like Armenian you know, if you're on that western edge of color, you got some flair, you got some little tan to you. But other than that, right? The rest of us wide user just

Raylene:

I think the difference is whether or not you can get a tan or whether or not you burn body

Steve:

fat is more or less. The more Southwest you go from the whole region I'm from is where you start getting Brown.

Raylene:

My mom and dad both did the 23andme and I thought I could just get their results, combine them and then today I know who I am. But

Steve:

I also want my own. You got a muted,

Raylene:

I just really want to know what my you know. But you know, the thing is, you think about it, it's 5050 but it's not. It's not gonna be 5050 you're gonna get part of one and part of the other so your percentages will be a little

Steve:

if you look at a family with multiple kids, you can see like that one dominant g

Bradford :

isn't one chromosome stronger. I think it's the male the male promos, yeah. So you might have like more of your dad or something. I don't know. It's

Steve:

a different things around

Raylene:

I do know that my brother in law is cro-magnon. Like he's got cro-magnon DNA.

Bradford :

That's so that sounds like he's a superhero.

Unknown:

Yeah,

Steve:

maybe I do. I think that like I have no allergies of any kind. And I always love to rub it in people's faces like those 3000 years ago. I'd be Fuck, I'm a superhero. Yeah, you die from getting brushing up against a piece of fucking wood and I just be eating it. I'm not allergic to anything. Nothing. Nothing on this planet, other than my own self can kill me. I wonder if that's like, genuinely curious of like, is that like some CRO Magnon gene that just stays like we were. We were like the workhorse of the like homosapien in a sense

Unknown:

I have my pen with me. I have I am allergic to if it wasn't for

Raylene:

the if it wasn't for the citrus.

Unknown:

Citrus sisters. I have your lime.

Raylene:

You just tasted this wine.

Unknown:

That's why I was like what is this? Yeah, no

Steve:

Have you die soon? Because,

Raylene:

listen, if it was survival of the fittest, Bradford would not be here anymore. No, no, no,

Steve:

he charm his way through, we'd kill each other. Yeah. And then he'd be fine. He'd eat our bodies for like Next,

Unknown:

I'm gonna use my own epi pen.

Raylene:

I mean, there'll be

Steve:

a fight over the last inch of the bottle of wine in a survival situation,

Raylene:

I see that, I can see that. So we're gonna take a quick commercial break, so you can hear about how to order from instacart. And we'll be right back. Curtis, where were you? I thought you were gonna miss the podcast. I was grocery shopping. And it was rough.

Unknown:

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. I don't see what's so great about shopping. It's a

Raylene:

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

Unknown:

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

Raylene:

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Unknown:

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Raylene:

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Keith:

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Raylene:

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Unknown:

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Raylene:

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Steve:

If you can do anything from the toilet, yeah, that's amazing, right? having food delivered and see why not.

Raylene:

My favorite thing is my daughter uses instacart all the time. And whenever she comes to my house, and we need groceries or anything, because now the kids are there and we need this and that and she just orders it all and it comes to my house with your credit card, right?

Steve:

No, it's hers. That's what you think.

Bradford :

Have you looked at your statement lately? What's in your wallet?

Raylene:

Most of what's in my wallet came from her. Like I'm like, hey, like can I borrow money again?

Steve:

Hey, Jen, can I use your credit card for some advice on the real cheap and like picture of the front picture of the back?

Raylene:

I love that when I'm doing parties and everybody's like, I don't have enough money. And I'm like, well, isn't this for you and your boyfriend and they're like and I'm like get his credit card number and they will fucking text me the credit card numbers. That seems unsafe guys, but okay.

Steve:

I've never considered domestic violence until like this moment right now. You're texting a random woman who has access to credit card sales, my fucking credit card number,

Raylene:

no date, I make them text it to me, guy. Like you would have to text it to me. Okay, whatever way and I will tell you the amount and the amount will be you know, like $200. And you're getting a blowjob tonight. So anyway, rather have my

Steve:

credit card information. I can go buy a couple of them. Now they don't take credit. They do. They've probably take Venmo though. I've heard they might

Raylene:

invite. So people named Josh battle it out with pool noodles in Nebraska to find the top Josh. This sounds like the nerdiest shit I've ever

Bradford :

heard of this is hilarious. So this guy, Josh wind from Arizona basically posted on social media. There can be only one person with the name Josh. And he basically inspired if you will, a friendly fight. He ended up sending out this random coordinate which just so happened to be linked in Nebraska. And I guess we'll take them by surprise was that so many other Joshua's actually took him seriously, his post went viral. And all of these Josh is we're like, when is the Josh thing happening? And he threw out a date. And before you knew it, he had real commitments people were flying in from all over by the name of Josh, even some others who weren't named Josh, but they were still invited to participate. So he said to himself, you know what I'm going to do? I'm actually going to make something out of this I'm going to make this a good cause and so he told everyone you know what, just bring money for a donation odds can also bring like stuff for food pantry supplies, and I didn't know about the donation. Yeah. So everyone started doing that. And between the money and the the food stuff, he actually ended up donating the money to the Children's Hospital of Nebraska, the foundation there. And the winner, of course, was a four year old Josh would by the name of Josh No,

Steve:

no, no. See, that's where your facts are wrong. He was daund. Little Josh, based off his victory, God so going in he was Joshua Bisson, Jr. Leaving he was the champion of Josh and Sam be known as Little Josh little Josh. What they've also been really big Josh,

Bradford :

because he's 44 years old. Yeah. Tiny, tiny.

Steve:

He's a little savant.

Unknown:

How big was his noodle? What they If and the

Raylene:

pool noodles standard

Steve:

acorn penis all at the same time. It's true. It's true. Everybody did. They also indirectly figured out what name is having the least sex in America as well. And it is definitely Josh specifically Josh Swindon's. Whatever the hell the last name is. The I saw the video um, you would think like 10 losers showed up to this, but no. It looked like there was probably 20 to 25 people in a circle of humans.

Raylene:

There's only 2020 I was thinking hundreds

Steve:

know 100 shut up the watch this. Oh, alright, if this was a fight to the death, the crowd circling? Everybody's dying other than one person. Like there's that many people watching like a black panther? I don't know. I've never

Bradford :

thought there were hundreds of people fighting. It was just like 25 people.

Steve:

I just lost. I lost all my credit from the opening segment.

Bradford :

Like, I feel like that's not as epic as I thought it was.

Raylene:

It was really hurt that you haven't seen Black Panther.

Steve:

I don't like superhero movies that I don't know about.

Raylene:

I have watched every single Marvel movie twice.

Unknown:

Who the fuck is a man? He?

Raylene:

What? What do you mean? Who is Ant Man?

Steve:

Exactly my question. I'm

Bradford :

comics as a kid who to fuck is only seen Batman Spider Man.

Raylene:

Well, the DC Universe

Bradford :

who's the America guy with Captain America? So I've seen three men like him. Sorry,

Raylene:

let's get back to Joshua's sorry.

Unknown:

But yeah,

Steve:

a lot of people shut up I just what I think from watching the video. I just hope that like whoever is in charge of like finding the new talent in like LARPing live action role playing those really cool people that dress up and pretend to be like medieval people. Maybe you watch this video. These are this is the same thing except they don't have armor, or weapons or just using pool. You can see the skill out here like whoever is in charge of finding new talent. It's right here. And his name is Josh.

Unknown:

How do you how do you win? I mean, how do you how do you get disqualified? How are you out?

Raylene:

We did not read the rules.

Steve:

They posted a four year old be all the adults in a battle with pool noodles.

Raylene:

So it's probably you had to hit somebody in long shots. I

Unknown:

was gonna say long shot that's got to be

Steve:

at the end of it. They couldn't determine a winner and they just measured penises. And little Josh one

Raylene:

little Josh little Josh is a big man.

Steve:

They're like who's who? Here is I got it. Who's touching a vagina last four year old raise his hand.

Unknown:

Yeah, there

Steve:

we go. Yeah, Josh. So birth was the last time Josh has anyone else put your vagina in the past four years. Now? Josh is the winner. Congratulations,

Raylene:

Steve. That was epic. I was right there.

Unknown:

Oh my god. That's horrible. That's awesome.

Steve:

Corn peanuts. When you say you picture I don't even mean to do that earlier either.

Raylene:

Listen, I've got two grandsons. And I will tell you that I am pretty impressed with the Tootsie Roll slash vienna sausage thing that's going on as they get older. I'm

Steve:

like, What if What if they're just a shower though?

Raylene:

Well, we've got two showers in one grower. And it looks like an acorn

Steve:

wouldn't tell my diaper being changed when I was a kid

Unknown:

pooping

Steve:

growers and showers.

Bradford :

My my brother, you know, if you were a dedicated listener, you've heard him on the podcast a few times. He he was very excited to have a boy you know our name pass it on all that good stuff. I mean, he loves his daughter do Don't get me wrong, but very happy that he likes his son more. Yeah. So I know you're not Yeah, to that. Sorry. Ashlyn if you're listening that he loves you very much. And by the way, you should not be listening to this podcast. But anyway. Yeah.

Raylene:

That heard him finish that story. Cuz that reminds me of a story.

Bradford :

So, so he's changing his diaper, and all of a sudden, the kid just lets it go. He just starts peeing. Oh, wait, yeah, that's all over my brother's face. And 100% my brother just sort of froze like it's going in his mouth. Oh, breast milk. Oh,

Unknown:

real. Oh, that

Bradford :

is so real.

Raylene:

What the babies will pee in your face. baby boys will pee in your face every day.

Bradford :

Isn't it true that when you take off the diapers like the wind? Yep. Or the air like is enough to like 100% just make it happen.

Steve:

Yeah, so can I do it back? Is that illegal?

Raylene:

You have to like if you've got a baby boy, you as soon as you take the diaper off, you have to put something over the penis because they will start to

Steve:

test with duct tape your dick all day and you had to pee. Like, you know, you know when you get to the bathroom. So there's an amazing little mental thing I think about all time having me here today. You're driving home. Your pee. Really bad. Right so 30 minutes on off I can do this. I got this and you're like you're almost home I can't believe I fucking 30 minutes and you get up the stairs get in the bathroom then you get to that the belt and the zipper thing and you know and peace in your face. You make any fucking mistake at this point you're pissing yourself. How come I wasn't there for the past 30 minutes? Why is it that now that I'm here The doctor told me here the mistake because it's a mental thing. You hear bro?

Raylene:

The doctor? That's pretty normal because I go, I'm always just like, boop because I'm I'm I'm older and I've had three children. So like I sneeze and cough and pee. I laugh and pee like I'm always being and then like I get he said this when I was on vacation. Like I have one nothing but leggings and jeggings for the last year. Right? And now here I am on vacation and I'm wearing shorts and I'm getting to the bathroom and I'm like fuck these things, and I am almost peed myself. 12 times.

Bradford :

I'm sorry. I know what leggings are. But I really need you to it shaking

Raylene:

jeans with so much stretch in them that they're just leggings. Like the ones I'm wearing right now.

Steve:

He did sweat pants and look like jeans

Raylene:

like look Bradford these. Oh my god, those

Unknown:

aren't jeans? pockets. No,

Raylene:

they don't. There's no pockets.

Unknown:

They're liking

Steve:

someone who went to rob you they'd be very disappointed what

Raylene:

they would have to just go. Yeah, no, there's so these are jeggings and all of my pants are either jeggings or leggings. Like real pants. Don't

Bradford :

I feel like I should know this as like a gay guy.

Raylene:

Probably. It's a fashion

Steve:

that actually leads to the joke I was about to make me now it makes it serious. Imagine if it's acceptable for men to wear like leggings. And there's the guy with his legs spread and the fucking Oh, look at me like what do you mean?

Bradford :

No, no, no, I got you. I'm just a little slow. It's the wind. But Wow. Like,

Steve:

you're gonna be some people like Something About Mary like.

Bradford :

I mean, I would welcome that to all men. If you want to spread your legs with your jeggings on and wear a scarf or something. Go for it.

Unknown:

Cover it up.

Raylene:

Now, I almost peed myself multiple times on this. All of a sudden I'm late. But the doctor explained to me that it's pretty normal. Like

Steve:

it's not about needing to go it's it's funny, you can last 20 minutes. But when you are at that last bathroom, a two second mistake, you know and everything. Cuz you're right there ready to go.

Bradford :

Just boom, there it is. Oh, I'm so sad. We don't have a lightning round anymore that I just you know, I just use the button now. Just for fun.

Steve:

top or bottom.

Raylene:

What I what I love what I love most about that, that P when you get there and it's that intense that it's almost like an orgasm, your whole body just like that is true. So when I was a kid, I was told this thing in middle school that when you sneeze I get high and I think a lot about it then

Steve:

I go home one day and I was thinking if I sneeze and I was like that is like 10% of an orgasm, but this is like a middle school joke for kids. But on my butt that feels amazing. Why? And I started thinking about like, well, we need to pee really fucking bad. It feels amazing, right? But when you regular pee feel amazing. No, because your body is rewarding you for getting rid of toxins. You're like, Hey, bro, she hurts. Let's let it out. Oh, well feel good or good duty. Sex is scientifically proven the greatest high, for sure that can physically be created. Above all other drugs. an orgasm is the greatest thing. What is the most important thing in human evolution, orgasms, having orgasms and making babies so you're rewarded for doing something good. When your body's in danger? It hurts and let you know something's wrong. So I thought about that. I was like a sneeze is really like 10% of an orgasm, because you can hold in thinking that every sneeze you've ever had, you could have held that she didn't even really fucking dry.

Bradford :

I just wanted to know why. When you're an old man, you have to make so many sounds in order to pee. Because to your point earlier, it just it just when it happens. It happens. I get started making sounds. No, but I've been in a bathroom a public restroom where the guy's got his hand on the wall. And he's just like

Unknown:

what the fuck are you

Steve:

doing over there dude, understand the horrible life he lives to where that he is publicly making that sound. The sound he would make that you weren't in there would be way worse. selling an aircraft in the fucking beach.

Raylene:

It's just so weird. Because you know, we were just on this vacation and my husband I wake in the car and out of the car and you sit in the car for six hours and get up like we make every single old person noise ever when we stand.

Steve:

I'm not saying this like, Oh, really? You're older than us. But you've already cleared this understanding. I don't know about words for women. But at least for me, when I was a kid, my dad would make these dads sound is to me the fuck off like, dude, you don't need to make a sound every time you get out of your car. When you thought it's not fun. You do it every day. What are you gonna set out to do? Or like I'm even picking up the actual things he used to say my dad would do this. I would hear him in the living room and go, whatever. Are you losing your fucking mind? And now like something will piss me off and I'm like,

Keith:

whatever.

Steve:

I call them dad sounds and I have maybe every couple weeks. I'm like getting up from the chair going. There's a dog at my work. It's office dog. And I always lay on the ground and pet it right. Every time I get up I go. I'm 36 years old. My knees aren't what they used to be.

Bradford :

So I actually, my dad, you will just Thanksgiving. It's like that insurance commercial, but makes fun of the people who turn into their dads, right. My dad used to say, close the door. The heat's on. You're not paying for it. So and how left the door open. And it was one of the colder mornings going out and I'm like, shut the door that he's going out the door. It's funny. I'm like, Oh shit.

Raylene:

Did you not see my post on Facebook the other day? I said, I bought a pork loin. I needed to get my cheese and cream to my next destination. So I bought a pork loin, Frozen, used it as an ice pack and then cooked it when I got to the timeshare. And then I said so. So what what's that, um, his insurance company that's supposed to protect you from becoming your parents? Because, exactly. It's just like, oh my god, I'm my mom. Now.

Steve:

Shout out to the writer of those commercials. You are a genius.

Bradford :

Amazing. I really liked the new Liberty Mutual commercial where the phone guy the guy in the phone commercial, or phone alpha is just standing there and he's like hitting buttons. And all of a sudden this wave comes up and get some wet and he's like, oh, and he likes this pile of rice. He's like, come on, right. Do your thing. I love it.

Raylene:

seen that one, but I have seen the teddy bears get your way. I do things different

Steve:

than missing out by paying Hulu $6 a month and I watch your shit.

Raylene:

Right? Right, right. Well, I go back I mean, I have my Hulu and I have no commercials on Hulu or Netflix but I do on regular cables. So

Steve:

I'm a Hulu max man I just joined in and I am miles we'll call it crack.

Unknown:

Yeah, I love it. I'm

Steve:

not leaving.

Raylene:

I hate it when I have to have when I watch a commercial I'm just get so annoyed. I'm

Steve:

actually lucky Hulu because I pay you 699 a month. I record things or I watch it on demand. And it's five 900 a month for the no commercials I pay $80 a month for the no commercials live TV. Oh, watch something on demand. It's 5050 I have to watch fucking commercials. And if I record something, this if I record caviar I can't Fast Forward past to come on. And now I'm

Unknown:

right in the middle of Hey, you. No, I

Steve:

didn't say you 599 I get it. If it's like oh, you don't have it. you record it. You have to watch on demand. Don't worry about it. On Demand. I'm watching Seinfeld on demand on Hulu and commercials are coming on right? I'm paying you $80 a month man.

Bradford :

I'm halfway through crazy rich Asians the movie and there's commercials on it because it was a

Unknown:

movie. Oh it's I

Raylene:

know cuz he's watching on cable. Would

Steve:

you pay for no commercials? Yeah, I have exactly. Live so there's a programming thing put in there to make you not be able to skip it. Why wouldn't you program it to have it go out because I paid you fucking $6 right.

Raylene:

I know. I love Yeah, I I am one of those people who probably spend like $400 a month to have unlimited access to everything. I've got full cable, even though we were thinking about changing but I don't understand. We couldn't change because my husband had to have access to Jeopardy and you can't have access to Jeopardy on Hulu live or

Unknown:

why not?

Raylene:

Why not? It's not there.

Unknown:

I watch it. I literally

Raylene:

say fubu News. Yes, not fubu news news eight food.

Bradford :

Yeah, there's another food is available on Hulu live. I watched Jeopardy last night.

Unknown:

Really? Yeah.

Steve:

I can't watch baseball

Raylene:

anyway. But my Yes, no. Did

Steve:

you ever get that figured out? No. We did a whole nother episode for that. I put no effort into it to be fair.

Unknown:

Yes, Yankees

Steve:

come back and you guys are winning. Don't worry about it. Steve,

Raylene:

I can see that you put effort into everything that you do, including your job and the way you dress and everybody equally equal effort into all of it. No one can

Steve:

see anything to where like I can't even defend myself.

Raylene:

Actually. Like I said, you know fly. I'll say you're adorable with a little dad bond. I don't understand why you don't have girls flocking to you. I was gonna introduce you to my daughter. But you have a roommate. Yeah, not that one. The one that's your age. We only film for only

Steve:

fans from seven to 11 at night. After that. We're just we're just roommates.

Raylene:

Anyway, thanks everybody for watching undebatable we're happy that you tuned in. And we hope you made it past the George Floyd conversation and we will see you next week.

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.