Jan. 13, 2021

Issues

Issues

**WARNING** Strong Language Has Been Used In This Episode. Please Don't Listen If You're Offended Easily! 

Still reeling from the week before, the hosts of Undebatable talk about the riots and insurrection that took place in our Nations Capital on Wednesday, January 6th 2021. Join us for an jam packed episode as the tension rises and the discussion turns heated. We also talked about what would happen if instead of calling people out, we called them in, how one professor is asking students to think a bit differently. And Snow Days! Can they be saved as children across the country adjust to learning in a virtual world. We discuss how Campbell's Soup company has started a petition to keep the snow days alive. Our guest this week is Gianmarco Soresi a comedian and actor who describes life as a comedian during Covid and what it was like to film his Amazon Prime Special outside in the elements. His hilarious personality and quick witty humor will surely bring a smile to your face and a laugh from your belly!

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Keith:

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Bradford :

Hello, and welcome to this edition of debatable podcast we have with us today in studio five hosts because we've got one heck of a slate of hot topics here that we're going to talk about. So besides the typical four, we've also got Brandon here today, who's going to help us weigh in

Unknown:

hot topics. These topics today this is gonna be lively and spirited.

Bradford :

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Raylene:

merchandise. We don't have merch yet, right?

Unknown:

We don't have it yet. But

Bradford :

when we get it, it'll be discounted

Raylene:

percent off zero.

Bradford :

Exactly. Yeah. So right this is this has been one heck of a crazy week. We're gonna go over our topics right away here just because we have a lot to talk about. So first of all, we're going to be of course talking about save the snow days. Yes, Campbell Soup has a push to save snow days. And what if instead of calling people out, we actually called them in. And then of course, we're going to start off today's hot topics with the riots in the insurrection that took place in our nation's capital this past Wednesday, which is pretty tragic to see that all of that devastation and property damage and loss of life has occurred. So roundtable discussion, here we go. We're gonna try to keep this as light and fun as possible, while of course acknowledging exactly what happened. So let's talk first about kind of what that brought up in you in terms of emotions. When you saw that any buddy have

Raylene:

I turned it off and watch the bridgerton

Unknown:

bridgeton?

Raylene:

What's that? It's a new Netflix show that everybody is talking about? Literally,

Curtis:

we have to stay on this topic. We're gonna get back. I know we're absolutely

Raylene:

nonsense. I'm like, What the fuck and I changed the channel because that's how I feel about Joe,

Unknown:

we have to get back to it. We do. Okay,

Steve:

we will. I was at work and I turned on the TV. And I saw like the image I didn't know how serious it was. At first, I saw the image of everybody on the Capitol steps. I thought that's all it was. And it like, I don't know something about it. It wasn't even like who it was and whether I agree with it. My first reaction was like, That's disgusting. Like, that's it's disgusting. What what happened. And then once I saw truly like, what happens when a police officer got beat to death with an American flag on the stairs of the Capitol building? Like that's, that's insane. That happened in our country, like the president United States did nothing to stop it. And you can argue if he's responsible for it or not, but like that, like what do you want him to do? Come

Raylene:

out with an ak 47 and mow him down?

Steve:

So he did a good job? Well,

Raylene:

I mean, what was he gonna do other than say, knock it off in a home?

Curtis:

But did he invent a star he could have actually, he could have actually done a little

Bradford :

earlier on a little earlier on. These tweets have been out there for weeks. Yeah, that this was happening. This was an act of domestic terrorism. And we took this way too lightly leading up to the event, there were multiple tweets from the President of the United States that said, Come down to DC it's going to be wild was his exact words. And then on the stage, while he's talking to the writers before they made their way down to the Capitol Building. They were saying where he was sorry, he was saying that, you know, we've got to fight to keep our country the way we want to be. I'm paraphrasing, but that's you know, and then of course, you've got Giuliani his whacked terney saying, you know we're going to combat or something like that I forget the exact words. But those words, those key words were used. And you can't say that his listeners and his followers don't hear that. And it doesn't set off a special symptom in their brains to say, oh, we're taking cues here from the guy that we respect and look up to so

Unknown:

everybody hears this a little differently. I'm sure this is why you invited me on as the fifth guest.

Raylene:

Yeah, yeah, I was like, I'm not doing this without

Unknown:

No, it's okay. And I'm gonna start by saying I don't condone what happened to the level it happened at. But I will say that when when he says something in whether you support him or not, you're going to hear it different ways, you're going to be able to take words and twist and make it whatever you want. The fact is, that a lot of people such as myself feel that the fight has to happen politically, there are always going to be a few bad apples that take it a little bit too far, which they did. But you have to keep in mind that these folks that went down there, they're not stopping the flag. They're not burning the flag, they're waving the flag. I firmly believe that although they went too far, they picture themselves like Steve's hat has Sam Adams on it. Sam Adams, in the very beginning was considered to be a bit of an outcast until things got to a certain point. So you have to just try to try to focus on what their their cause was. They were waving, don't tread on me flags are waving, trying to flag

Curtis:

up confederacy signals. They also

Raylene:

use a confederacy signal like,

Curtis:

like, what do you mean white supremacy? Excuse me?

Unknown:

Those guys?

Curtis:

I mean, but they're all they're all. That's Who's there? That's what

Raylene:

that's not everybody that was there. That was a few fucking nutbag. That's not a few that's that's a few that decided to show up because they thought they would get camera time

Curtis:

there was a noose an extra large noose put outside of our capital that was domestic terrorism at its finest. We had cops open the gates for football it is flooded. What

Steve:

if they zip tied a congressman and held them hostage? Which

Unknown:

one and they?

Raylene:

Like, not that upset about it?

Steve:

We can we can we can joke now. But what if they shot her in the head? It's not It's not cool. And it's not? I don't think people are grasping what happened on the sixth.

Unknown:

This is domestic terrorism. The Capitol

Steve:

Building, we have had control of it since 1814, since the British burned it to the fucking ground. That's the last time we lost control of that building. That building represents democracy where it happens that is symbolically Why do you think they chose the capital?

Raylene:

Exactly ambala. They were sending a message and

Steve:

there's no message their intent was to stop an election process. they stormed a Capitol building with weapons and the American flag to go shit on democracy. While there's chanting USA through the if you want to. If you want to go down there and think that the election is is not done correctly. It's a lie.

Raylene:

But if you want to get away Wait, what's a lie that the election wasn't done properly that

Steve:

that Donald Trump is not the President of the United States?

Raylene:

I think that that entire election was the most massive farce of the last 20 years.

Steve:

Where has the evidence come back in emotion

Raylene:

and evidence? And this is where I told somebody the other day the fact that there is absolutely zero evidence is proof that there's definitely something Oh, not because you can't we've always pay. There's

Steve:

no evidence like things going

Curtis:

on. Five ballots were wrong, versus 5 million. Donald Trump did not win the presidency.

Raylene:

The problem is that we have not over the last probably 12 or 20 years been able to have an actual election where people can prove that they voted. But guess what all used to ask people for ID when they come in you don't storm the Capitol do that

Unknown:

that happens at the state level, every state Yeah.

Raylene:

Every state showed up and

Unknown:

problem is a problem is that in amongst COVID, right in the midst of COVID, excuse me, many, many state governors decided to play King and change the regulations when many states such as Pennsylvania and Wisconsin could have brought it through their legislature. And instead they decided to make rules that they did. Public and I'm not talking about party right now. I'm just saying in a democracy and a republic. You you bring it through the legislature. They did. That's my point. Republicans in Pennsylvania passed those laws. That was the that was No, they didn't Yes, they didn't. Right. No,

Raylene:

no, the king, the king of the land, is how we're gonna do it.

Unknown:

The governor's did and that's when you start to lose democracy,

Curtis:

those two states. That is democracy,

Bradford :

I am confused because there were Republican Congress, people and senators who have acknowledged that in Pennsylvania, their state legislators primarily republicans actually brought this bill and passed it so that's where I'm a little confused because that's that's what

Steve:

I referred to pass Someone has to write it and if they're majority republican and turn mostly Republicans would have

Bradford :

passed these bills. It was not a executive order.

Unknown:

Look, I just no matter what side of the aisle you sit on there, you know, we can go back in history. 30 years when the democrats have been tested certain elections as well, what no matter which side you sit on, we need to have certain things in place and I think the states although separate need to get on the same page, that's never gonna happen. Well, it to a certain extent

Raylene:

means to if we're gonna they need to know validate have a national election that we have to have some national rules so

Curtis:

America is built off a fraud v. That's why we're arguing about this. Today we're arguing about fraudulent votes because America is built off of fraud.

Steve:

The federal government's job in voting is to count that's it. Every single vote is based off the state, the state elections electors, they count their votes, they send electors to the Supreme Court, they send it to the Congress, and they count that shit. That's, that is the only involvement The federal government has in our voting process. If there is election fraud possibilities up to the state to investigate it, not the federal government, the federal government only comes in when it's happening in multiple states. So it is nowhere involved in this process. Is the federal government in Congress supposed to be making decisions? on who the President of the United States? No,

Bradford :

what I will tell you is that there were in Raylene and Brandon, you will actually like this There were that. There were and I'm probably wrong on this, but 79 million votes for Trump, how many Trump 7474 74 million people? There were only I think it was 250,000 people that write it at the Capitol if I'm correct. So

Unknown:

that's a very finite number right now, by the way, that's 45 minutes yesterday morning, trying to Google that

Bradford :

they're actually not fun. Don't argue with me. I'm trying to help you out. I'm just

Unknown:

trying to help you out.

Bradford :

I'm trying to say that what is the point? The point is that there are a lot of Trump supporters in this country who are very kind, smart, educated and decent people and the 250,000 whatever was right, but that doesn't, that doesn't represent the whole Trump base when you look at 74 million colonies

Unknown:

how many actually stormed the Capitol because you and I know somebody who was I don't know if you know Yeah, and he was not part of

Raylene:

there were a lot of there was a very small number that actually busted through

Curtis:

does it matter? Yeah, it does. Which people went down to Washington DC privileged people that's a privilege to be able to do that. First and foremost buddy has ever

Raylene:

heard.

Curtis:

That is privileged name a time people of color got to march in DC for their rights and they were not shocked

Steve:

there's million man march there was an army under stairs

Curtis:

there weren't people shot in the Million Man March

Raylene:

not not by the capital I don't think so. Unless they were doing what these guys

Curtis:

did. people lost their lives during the Million Man March but we're talking about the Million Man March since then. How many? Everybody has the right to do

Unknown:

that? No, we were just there last year,

Raylene:

but I'm saying we were just there last year a storm the Capitol, they absolutely did not okay, that's the point these morons are storming the Capitol they got into the Capitol, what do you want them to do? Like literally it is against the law for the government to fire against its people. So now you're on is against

Curtis:

the law so willingly and rightfully as a cop? Listen, people at different people who are elected officials, Federal Police not to be out there in force,

Raylene:

really, because my son in law is a federal law enforcement officer in Baltimore, and he was sent there so they were there hours for hours. They were

Curtis:

not sent there at the time of acknowledgement that 200 and something 1000 people were gonna come to the storm the castle, they were not.

Raylene:

They knew that they were gonna storm the castle, I think

Unknown:

Governor of America, Yes, they did. CNN was

Raylene:

for a second that they knew that people were going to get into

Curtis:

Twitter and Facebook abuse their powers, because I do believe they are abusing it because freedom of speech isn't that we have to touch on that. They definitely abuse their powers. And we'll talk about that later. And they silence Trump. Why? Because they have known through the algorithms that this was going to happen for weeks. And what did the federal government do? turn to the left turn to the right no one paid attention to what was right in front of them and they instructed our National Guard not to be there what happened when black people went up there last year, they had the National Guard with guns in their faces stairs.

Unknown:

Yeah, they read these people made it inside though and that is an act of domestic terror that

Steve:

press conference for I'm gonna agree with police officers of any kind.

Curtis:

And I'm blaming as elected officials and I can name it lots of representative on both sides of the aisle who did nothing and

Unknown:

I'm going to agree with Curtis on right 100 so that that they did not plan for this. I think there may be multiple reasons and that could be debated for hours. But no, this is I think pretty important. The fact is that up until this event, Trump rallies have been overall very peaceful. There have been nothing there have been waving flags. And so now somebody to blame. I'm gonna agree with the Curtis they should have ramped up no matter what because the algorithms because you just got a base for Worst case scenario. So they should have but it got to the point where they were so overwhelmed because they were understaffed, that there were reports of them literally just letting them go. By the gates they had no chance to stop them they weren't gonna try because it would have made it even worse

Steve:

you know in a literal sense. One thing that bothered me is like the leadership of the police department anyone involved in that should be question deserves to be I hadn't already been fired 100% of the the Capitol Police that are taking selfies with people fuck them, but the majority of you watch those videos watching last night, these poor dudes on the front lines are trying to push this crowd off and they have no choice. You can see them right literally dead on their feet. And and those guys are outnumbered by 1000s.

Raylene:

So then were they overwhelmed on their feet? Or did they just open the doors and let people in? Because there's been a while and you're like,

Curtis:

No, no, when you are walking a lady down the street after she willingly and knowingly committed an act of domestic terrorism. There is a problem. My tax dollars no longer pay for you says.

Raylene:

Yeah, I think that some people just got swept in with the crowd. Don't

Unknown:

go in the fucking hell to the No, there's a lot of steps to walk. Oh, yeah. She was about to fall down. I mean, rightfully so he helped the woman down.

Keith:

Sorry, to the

Steve:

looters in the summertime. Hey, isn't it your fault that you went in target installed? The Shadow? Wasn't it was your choice to go in there. So the Capitol building or targets wide open? You're still wrong to go inside?

Unknown:

I agree with that absolutely

Curtis:

unacceptable, absolutely on acceptable as American people, we should feel like our democracy has been infringed upon. We are we We now invite anyone no matter what color no matter what side of the aisle to go to our Capitol and involve themselves in what we consider domestic terrorism, you don't get fired, you get a pension. All right.

Steve:

So I was attacked. And a lot of people aren't seeing it, like know,

Curtis:

every other country and continent that we're now a risk and exposed to.

Bradford :

They swear they thought and they're laughing at us. So one thing I do want to mention, just because we're starting to get a little bit short on time for this topic, I did want to talk about what some would see as an abuse of power, in terms of big tech companies, using their platforms to sort of silence now just because I know this topic is going to get kind of crazy, too. I just want to say my piece and then let you guys have at it. But you know, there's a difference. If I walk up to Curtis and I say, Curtis, you don't have a right to voice your opinion, that is wrong. Now, these big tech companies like Twitter, like Facebook, they are private entities. It is their platform, you are on their platform, it's their rules. And if they feel like they want to keep some type of integrity, then they have a right to silence you. That's my opinion. So what's your opinions?

Steve:

I compare it like this. I think a lot of people who don't agree with the regulations for COVID, and the masks and all the mandates, they would agree on a deal that each business can choose whether you have a mask or not. Right, because you're a private business, you can do whatever you want the idea that President Trump has been silenced. And his first amendment right is taken away is literally idiotic. Now you took a ability from the reach a lot of people away, granted, but he has a press room in the Oval Office. You don't you have a right to freedom of speech. You don't have a right to a social media account. It's that simple. It's because he chooses to be a coward and not address people.

Raylene:

Why is China still allowed to chat?

Unknown:

We're actually not in Venezuela. And

Bradford :

they're not they're not they're not our I looked this morning, totally our Facebook, Twitter, they're banned in those countries.

Unknown:

They're banned. Look it up not in this country.

Steve:

But why do we never address

Unknown:

Robert whenever a communist countries that can spread the Communist Party over talking about America propagate? We're talking about American company that shuts us off but lets other communist parties from other countries listen spread their propaganda, I think it's a problem.

Curtis:

I think the biggest problem here is unregulated dying is not regulated enough. It's not about Trump, yes. And has another platform to go speak on. But when you allow big tech to abuse its rights to now come in and silence any person from their right to freedom of speech, or do we have to worry about what big tech does? There's, in my opinion, that's

Steve:

why they're doing this because they know the budget administration is going to come in and they're going to react to everything that just happened, and they're gonna fucking Oh, no,

Unknown:

no, it's because they're involved in millions and millions and millions of dollars of global lawsuits. And this is going to help them in their case. Yeah. And let's look at where big tech put most of their dollars during the campaign. Let's just take a look at that as well. It's so big tech man. Yeah, it's not about them. Shutting Down down? Well, it is about shutting down Donald Trump because they shut down our US leader and they don't shut down the Communist Party of China. But the biggest thing is what they did was take away the voice of the American people by shutting down parlor for me. Oh, yes, that's the big elephant in the room. You know, they know that the majority of people in parlor are conservative. We went there because we were getting or censored on Facebook. And then they literally overnight, shut that off. Now if they think that that's going to squelch the fire, I can tell you right now, after talking to people ask me for hours, they just poured gasoline on the fire. And it's not a good thing. If there were a

Raylene:

lot of factors. I called a backdraft. And it happens in firefighting. You just smother it and smother and smother and the mitotic Get some oxygen,

Unknown:

they just put gas

Bradford :

on. I'm one of those weird people that read certain sections of those very long contracts. So you're able to click I Agree to what you're signing up for something online and just creating, you know, like, you've created the podcast, if you actually read like Apple, Apple podcasts like agreement for you to be on their platform, you can say whatever you want, pretty much you can swear they don't mind. You just have to mark it as explicit so that

Steve:

my firstborn child,

Bradford :

right, well, they will shut you off. If you incite violence, they will shut you off. So it's not just the president, we could be shut off it. So they're not treating the president. You know, they're not saying Oh, it's just I mean, listen, they gave him four years to say whatever he wants to point. So

Curtis:

on the basis of what did they shut him off? people

Steve:

have a right man, Jimmy, imagine in 1938, we could have just shut Hitler off. How different would things

Curtis:

but who is the person to regulate what is right What is wrong? And what is

Steve:

it's a private? It's a private company.

Unknown:

They're not it's big tech.

Steve:

Yeah, no, it's not a private but they're protected under private. They're a private company.

Curtis:

They're actually regulated, but we're in we're at war with them. But they're, they're still viewed as a private company that can make their own choice. They don't what they should have did they should involve the government at the Senate and House level to come up with legislation that says if XYZ happens to just go in there and take it upon yourself to silence who he happens to be our commander in chief right now, that is a problem?

Steve:

Well, now it's the issue, are they gonna do it forever? Or is it in two weeks, you're gonna be okay, you're gonna have a back, this is where this

Curtis:

is where the this is where the gray area comes, because who's to say now moving forward.

Steve:

With my company, it's my, it's my choice. It's like if I owned a store, and I didn't want to look as nice every time you come in, you piss off all my customer, like a Karen. Fucking Baker and beg, bro, get out, you're not allowed here. You're too much of a disruption.

Unknown:

I don't want it's my business, I can tell you to leave, I have to say, and this probably rolls into the next topic, which Bradford wants because I'm getting the signal. But Curtis, you and I agree on this 110% I'm glad to see, you know, freedom of speech on either side. And it Look, if there was a platform that was completely left that I didn't agree with, I would never want them shut down. Ever. Everyone has a freedom of speech. It's one of the strongest things we have on this country. It's what this country was built on, except never black. And well, and I'm not for that. I think everyone should have it every 110% You and I are on that. I think that's such a founding principle of this country. And it should never be messed with that. Well,

Bradford :

speaking of social media, oftentimes on social media, we'll call people out. But what if instead, we call them and that is our next topic. So in the midst of this sort of canceled culture, basically, what this article is talking about is that, you know, instead of saying, Hey, we're gonna call you out publicly, and shame you this is suggesting have a conversation if you can, you know, with Ryan, right? And say, here's my thoughts. Here's, you know, here's yours. Let's have an open discussion, much like we just had, you know, what are your thoughts for example, on that really?

Raylene:

Well, we've had conversations about canceled culture on this podcast before and I think is ridiculous. I mean, it goes, I just, especially when they're digging, you know, we like they dig they'll find something that you said 10 years earlier and be like, Oh, you said the thing about gay people. You're a horrible human. You should never have a career in I fucking hate it. If you don't like what somebody says cool, then don't like it, but change the channel.

Steve:

I never wrap my head around the baby. It's cold outside thing, right? I understood the people's argument. I truly did. But I'm like, but it was 1950 You're right. Right. It was 90 not that it's right what they're saying but in the moment it was normal conversation right? his intent in this No one makes a Christmas song about Rain Man right? That's not the intent of the song right?

Unknown:

So that really pushed me on

Steve:

it's weird to me.

Bradford :

I actually that's Chestnuts roasting on an open fire.

Raylene:

I actually the the year that everybody lost their shit about that, about that song. I went to Spotify and I found every single version of that song that was available and I made a playlist called every single version of it remember that name of song right? The second is called baby it's cold outside that you can find 97 different versions.

Steve:

Michael Buble am absolutely a kiss version for me. It

Unknown:

could be called.

Steve:

Exactly there. There are some people who deserve it wholeheartedly like Harvey Weinstein, Bill Cosby. Yeah, there's a list. Yes.

Raylene:

But that's not canceled culture. That's a criminal that needs to be

Steve:

that was my point I was getting to is that like, no one needed to like leak a tweet from them like we saw that dude in court. Right. Once that gets done, it's over. But we're weird was Lubbers got Michael Jackson,

Raylene:

right. I don't know. I don't know how that

Steve:

guy already knew what was going down. But once I watch a documentary, my fucking head exploded. And I went into it, assuming he was doing that stuff. And then still, like, you know, the guy just walks and it's it's defamed. So I feel like for every Michael Jackson that gets away. We want to come so hard on that guy that has that tweet from 10 years ago,

Raylene:

right? I'm thinking what's that? What's the guy who the comedian that Lizzie King Louie ck? I did not understand the massive backlash about that I

Steve:

was jerking off in front of people he

Raylene:

was he was jerking off in front of a grown woman. I mean, who could walk away and and did it affect their careers? Maybe Maybe not. But it wasn't children. It wasn't illegal. It was uncomfortable, but it wasn't

Curtis:

a work relationship with them.

Raylene:

That's illegal. No, it was it was a hotel room. The big story that came out there was in a hotel room that the two women went to his hotel to talk about shit. And I'm not blaming, I'm not laying any blame, like don't go to somebody's hotel. They might masturbate in front of you kind of nonsense. But I mean, it could have been like, you know, Louis, it's not cool. But did he need to lose his TV show and his other movies that he was in it? Like, come on,

Steve:

can we find a historian to figure out if ever in the history of humankind, a guy taking his dick out made women go?

Unknown:

Oh my god, never.

Bradford :

Man hands above the gun. Oh, buddy. Yeah, my brother's

Unknown:

too late, baby.

Raylene:

Yeah, no, it's dick picks up all that nonsense. But then but then when people try to shut people down like Aziz Ansari, this is how we say his name. Another comedian. You know, apparently he really just wanted to do oral on this girl and wanted her to do a back and

Unknown:

I'm really bad at it. Yeah, apparently. I mean, poor guy needs practice.

Raylene:

But then there was like a whole effort to try to cancel him. And I was like, that's just that was just a bad day. This is not indicative of a potential indicative like, Oh, good diction. My

Bradford :

favorite was like that. That politician Anthony Weiner, who actually showed his honor, right?

Raylene:

That was dumb, man. What, uh,

Steve:

do you remember the world was nice like that? We're gonna create a scandal. A politician who sends dick pics? What should his name be? What can we ever that for our elected officials again, Willie.

Raylene:

I feel like there's a good amount of if if something like that happens, we're like, let's just not talk about them for a while. But the whole they gotta have all of their shows canceled. They gotta have all of their you know, bookings reached revoked on Sean Kingston was supposed to go to UConn a couple like last year or two years ago. And there was a question on whether or not he was sexually inappropriate with someone. And so UConn canceled him coming to the campus, but they had to pay him anyway because there was a contract. So why don't you just let him perform the duties that you're paying for it and let the people who decide that that is not fine with them, but you know, still want to go?

Curtis:

That's right. Go to rich parents room. People are in and said absolutely not.

Raylene:

But people are still listening to Chris Brown. Yeah, Chris Brown. Why wasn't he cancelled when he beat the shit out of Rihanna? Because 20 years ago, we're like, not cool, Chris.

Steve:

I'll tell you what in the radio. Our Kelly does not get played. I have a question. Yeah,

Raylene:

because our Kelly asked this. Yes, but

Steve:

that was a child this dude. This dude sidestep the canceled culture like early remember michael richards dropping the F bomb on stage or dropping the N bomb onstage? Kramer Kramer?

Raylene:

Yeah. Oh, yeah.

Unknown:

What year was this?

Steve:

That's my point. So imagine that happened today?

Raylene:

Well, you whoever hears from him anyway.

Curtis:

Baby Boomers talking about canceled culture, the Firestorm.

Steve:

It shows you the power of social media. Without social media. This is impossible. It's a

Raylene:

younger generation. What's his name Mel Gibson with his anti race.

Steve:

Now I don't agree with it. He stated the passion behind the rant was incredible. Alec Baldwin calling his daughter like a stupid lagers. Yeah, Mel Gibson

Raylene:

crazy, right. But that's the thing that got like recorded and put out but still there's there wasn't there was like, Dude, that wasn't cool. And maybe for a minute people were like, fuck Mel Gibson, but I mean, I still watched Wait, I was gonna say diehard lethal weapon. Right?

Bradford :

Those are good movies. You know what? You know what's a good day to watch movies is a snow day, which some kids in this country now canceled culture can be canceled. Right? So ever. It is not right. Okay.

Raylene:

Well, in Connecticut when we had our little storm a couple of weeks ago, the schools here said it was a snow day even though they were all all at the time. The kids were all working from home anyway. They said it's a rite of passage to have a snow day. So they gave him a snow day on they're working from home. So I mean, I work from home, and I don't need a snow day. I don't fucking work that hard and neither does my own and neither do my kids know.

Steve:

I give credit to the snow day for the reason why I love snow because I always hated school. So I remember waking up like, you know, it's gonna start the day before even right. So you wake up and it's like, turn on the news and you're just I'm in a slump. So I gotta wait for the E to come on the bottom of the screen. I'll try

Raylene:

and meet Ben

Steve:

The whole way through and it's like, come on,

Unknown:

come on. We don't live in Woodbury that's the only thing.

Steve:

A 90 minute delay. You see all those other random towns you've never heard of before? Or Close, close, like fuck Branford fuck North haven

Curtis:

that's how I learned all you guys exist out there watching the cancel those like damn new one, but it

Raylene:

cancels

Steve:

me at a young age when it snows. It's a good fucking day.

Raylene:

Right? Cool. I

Steve:

get to go sledding all day long. So

Bradford :

what I want to know is because Campbell's is the one that that started this campaign and they're actually the one that started the petition. So this is a petition if you go to court day.com Look, really? What does Campbell's benefit from this. That's what I

Raylene:

wanted. I was on a snow day you go outside and you play and you come in and your mom makes you chicken noodle soup. Don't you remember that?

Unknown:

Yeah, just bringing it to the top. Yeah.

Steve:

You really need to advertise exactly for the reason that you just like that one was cute.

Raylene:

Yeah, don't you remember that commercial, the little kid who comes in as a snowman.

Unknown:

And then he starts

Curtis:

melting away. Campbell's are now the favorite family.

Steve:

There are some products that I see advertising like why the

Raylene:

fuck are you? Because because they advertise even McDonald's studies have shown if they do not advertise for like 24 hours they have an 8% drop in business. Well, yeah, that's the agencies. Exactly. Wait, wait. Yeah. I live in though,

Steve:

I like to teach people that once I got in radio, I learned how entertainment really works. So like you see TV or radio or any platform like that. You're like, Oh, this is a cool show. And then there's advertising with it. No, that exists to sell advertising. Exactly what sells the advertising, right. I have no bills paid. So I'm a big fan of ad agencies.

Raylene:

But hey, Curtis. So next time we have a snow day are watching bridgerton. Yes, right. You guys are gonna get what's the program?

Steve:

English queen is

Unknown:

my past life. I

Curtis:

think I was a prince or something like just waiting for him.

Raylene:

Every time I'm in love the ball hot. Chocolate and beautiful.

Unknown:

Name is no Duke. Duke Your Grace.

Steve:

Remember that shit was like True Blood and then it was this True Blood?

Keith:

Was vampire. I

Raylene:

gotta tell you. My Lord, Your Grace, Your Highness all that shit. When nipples are hard. I fucking love the titles. I'm sorry, guys. Sorry. Guys, they all got very uncomfortable. Bradford's nipples got hard.

Unknown:

Mines too.

Raylene:

If you were like a lord or what? Yeah, yours did get hard. I can see him from here. Oh, wait, like you get a girl and she calls you Your Grace. Come on,

Curtis:

man. The show was good. I've been home on medication and this is all I watched reppin

Steve:

bang and some other grace and she doesn't mean you.

Raylene:

Really it's I

Unknown:

cancelled cable three months ago, but after this conversation, it's not right. netflix. 999 a month Campbell. Oh, I use just a conservative. I use everybody else.

Curtis:

Is it Britain? bridgerton bridgerton. And then Campbell Soup. You'll never go wrong. And I want my chat from both of you.

Raylene:

Damn, right. Well,

Bradford :

there you go. Hey, all right. Well, we'll be right back after this quick message from our friends over at instacart.

Raylene:

Curtis, where were you? I thought you were gonna miss the podcast.

Curtis:

I was grocery shopping. And it was rough. I had to run all over town to get everything on my list. And I got elbowed 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

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 it's fast as an hour. They even let you know when your favorite items go on sale. Sweet.

Unknown:

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Raylene:

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

Curtis:

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Keith:

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

Unknown:

All right,

Bradford :

welcome back to undebatable podcast. We are super excited about our guests that we have on the show today we have john Marco cerec. He is a stand up comedian who just released his first comedy special shelf life on amazon prime. He's told jokes on Netflix is bonding PBS, his stories for the stage Real Housewives of New York. And he was the winner of Amazon's comics watching comics. He can be seen briefly in the movie hustlers with Jennifer Lopez. TBS is the last Oji CBS is Blue Bloods. And he'll be in the upcoming Billy Crystal movie here today. So please welcome to our podcast. The hilarious and very funny gianmarco cerec. Hey.

Unknown:

Wow.

Bradford :

Oh my gosh, you are super welcome.

Raylene:

You're still so cute.

Unknown:

She looks fantastic.

Raylene:

I don't I look like I always do.

Unknown:

Amazing.

Bradford :

So tell us you've got this is very exciting. Amazon Prime special going on? How exciting is that for you?

Unknown:

It's good. It's the first time Jeff Bezos has ever lost money. And I think it's always good to take down billionaires when you can, right. But yes, no, it's very, it's very cool.

Raylene:

I saw it's actually really good. He's being you know, self deprecating, but it's a really, you're very funny.

Unknown:

super funny. Yeah,

Steve:

I'm curious. Your first heckler. Do you remember them?

Unknown:

Oh, my first heckler. I mean, I feel I feel like it was my family and more psychological. I mean, I've had so many I forgot to ask that question. Because the moment to answer this, it has a big curse word in it. Oh, Go? Go go. Are we free? Yeah. So this was like early. This was early on. I have this theory where I have a temper. But I think on stage you can never the anger has to be impotent. The moment it is you really feel the person is actually angry. The fun is sucked out of the room. And that's the challenge with dealing with a heckler. It's how do you shut them down without being angry? So this was early on, I did a bar show very shitty bar show. I there was there was like a bachelorette party, which is always dangerous. And there's a woman heckling me very badly. Like I said, you know, so I went to the CVS last night, she'd be like, Oh, really? What happened at CVS like that level of bad. And I was like, in a button down like a rainbow button down. And like, as I left, I said, All right. That's my time. And I looked at her I said, I hope you get hit by a car. You fucking Damn. My man, you by act. So you can tell I have anger now. But back then, like, I just wouldn't have thought it would come from me. Silent, it was amazing. That's a great response. So I'm gonna fill in guest host here at the end of the table. They didn't have enough chairs

Steve:

to warm up.

Raylene:

The chair is always there for you.

Unknown:

And honestly, I've had a busy day at work. So they're like, hey, prepare some questions. I'm like looking at your bio. And I'm like, oh, he worked with Jennifer Lopez. How's her personality? That's not what? Oh, I see. I see. Yes, she was she was a very lovely. She is she is a star. I mean, she walked in. We were filming, like one in the morning. And when we started filming, it was very quick. But when she walks in the room, it's just like, oh, you're worth millions of dollars. And she was very nice. She introduced herself which is always a cute thing. When a celebrity does.

Raylene:

Taylor Swift do that. I'm like, everybody fucking knows you are Taylor.

Unknown:

But she she was very nice. And everyone on set was very attractive. And I was the schlub who said no to her, though, in my scene, she she, you know offers to get drunk with me and I say I have an early morning at work. And that's that's what I got cast as the guy doesn't hang out with JLo cuz he's got an early morning at work. Can I take that scene for you next time? Of course. Of

Curtis:

course for like, I'm gonna take that off your

Steve:

player will be very proud of you.

Curtis:

Your favorite topic to tell jokes about and why,

Unknown:

um, Oh, boy. I think I think the best you know, I you like to talk about I like to talk about dark subject matters. And, and one thing I kind of learned from, he used to go by the prince of darkness. But Anthony jeselnik was one of my favorites. When I was learning how to do comedy is that if you can talk about death, and you can make it funny, that's like the great that's the universal the untouchable. The thing that tickles and death is the one thing where like, I don't think people it's not like oh, you You're a fan, you're offending someone, you might offend someone existentially. But you can't get canceled for that quite yet. So like I, I like telling this one. When I get the light, I say to the audience, I say, you know, if you guys don't know what the light is, they give us the light to let us know we have one minute left. That's why I think when when people see the light on their deathbed, it's not heaven. It's just God tell you to wrap it up, I say, you know, I love that joke, because for some of you, it's got to be the last thing you ever think. Yeah,

Raylene:

so I hear you're coming back to comics pretty soon.

Unknown:

I am very excited to be doing my first full headlining weekend there. January 21 22nd, and 23rd. And it's a big, big deal for me. I'm always happy to be there. I want VIP. Count, man. Oh, wait. That's right.

Curtis:

I really don't know. I'll be in the back waving and saying, Oh, that was funny.

Unknown:

I'll pick on me. I'll elaborate with you, man. I love comics.

Raylene:

I met him at comics when I was doing the last Comic Standing. And he was the emcee for the night. And he's fantastic. And then he added me on Instagram. And I was like, Oh my god, he must have thought it was funny. We like and then the next round, I lost that. And I was out. So sorry, darn it.

Bradford :

So you're filming, you're special. And you're outside because it's COVID times and it starts raining? What was your initial thought there?

Unknown:

I mean, it was it was really stressful. It's one of those things again, like you can't get angry on stage. You can't like show that you've lost control. So in my head, I'm like, Alright, just ignore the rain. We'll figure it out and post hopefully it will work. But I was terrified. I mean, I didn't know that was gonna stop. This was the one night we had to do it. It was starting to get cold in New York, you know, it had to work. So it really was a was a dreadful feeling. And luckily, with editing and camera angles, it's only a little bit noticeable. But in the moment utter utter sheer terror. I never want to do an outdoor comedy special ever again.

Steve:

Can you speak on some of your mentors along the way whether we know their names or not

Unknown:

sure. I mean, Raylene had a big.

Raylene:

Well, I've gotten you on two podcasts.

Unknown:

That's true. You send me a wonderful gift. I rarely get a gift for being on someone's podcast. Wait, do we want to know what the gift

Raylene:

was? It was condoms. If you haven't you gotta go listen to him on my stand up comedy sex ed podcast. He told a story about running to the store to get condoms, but you have to listen to the story to find out how actually fucking funny it is. And so I sent him condoms as a joke.

Unknown:

The woman I'm seeing she listened to it. You may have noticed you had one download that week and a second is coming tonight. She learned a lot about me. I mean, honestly, I feel like your podcast is a good primer like if someone starts dating someone who's on your podcast like listening to yours.

Raylene:

Has she had a sarcastic orgasm yet?

Steve:

Wait, what is that? You

Unknown:

gotta listen to podcast. So yeah, who am I people? I mean, jesslyn Nick is a big one. Maria Bamford. I love a lot I grew up with I mean, john Delaney is is one of my favorites now and you don't know who any of these guys are these street comedians, I'm not even going like I do. I

Bradford :

love all I like john millenia. He's awesome.

Unknown:

Yeah, john travolta is one of the best.

Raylene:

Bamford's one of the best and she's been around forever.

Unknown:

So my favorites I can't say they're my favorite anymore.

Raylene:

Is it Louie ck cuz we already talked about him today.

Steve:

Is there anybody you dislike?

Unknown:

Can you say it? Oh, I don't have enough.

Raylene:

Raylene? Tez kowski

Unknown:

I know there's every comedian hates of so many comedians but we can't say you know only only Seinfeld is at a level where you can say about it. Let me let me help you out here you know, because I know that the world is listening to this podcast where have you not performed yet that you would like to? Oh, well, we don't we don't have enough time for that. There's a lot of places I want to perform. I mean, I I was just about to start like headlining on the road right when COVID hit I had all this merge and this bit about how I only own two towels. It ends with a bit raelians with moister, crunchy, yes, I love that joke. I have like 1002 hand towels that's a moister crunch shows like right before the 50% off

Steve:

or you lean on them for tips for like grubhub Now

Unknown:

I'll take boys for five minutes a

Curtis:

Raylene. You can sell those with some moisturizer.

Raylene:

I think you should open my next stand up comedy sex ed show when I'm able to do that again. I would

Unknown:

be so cool.

Bradford :

So we're gonna go into what we call our lightning round here. These are just questions off the cuff try to answer with a short and quick answer here. What is your favorite alcohol?

Unknown:

I for going hard alcohol. I have a cinnamon guy. So I like those fireballs. I want to have a fun night jack. Okay, what

Steve:

is your favorite swear?

Unknown:

Ah, man, I mean, I mean, I definitely am a fuck guy. I'd say like I use cons, obviously. Hence my story. A little bit too often I use cod like I grew up in England. It still is one of those words that some people are just saying. All right, this is my standby question. Ready for this? Toilet paper fold over under? What the fuck do you mean?

Raylene:

Does it hang over or behind?

Steve:

That's a real personal question.

Unknown:

Oh.

Curtis:

The record there? They're talking about toilet paper the actual toilet. Roll over? Does it hang under? Under? Man,

Raylene:

I love you. Anyway, I loved you. Good.

Unknown:

That's a low bar for loving someone.

Raylene:

At least it's on the roll.

Curtis:

Since we talked about this earlier, give me your favorite word to describe Trump.

Raylene:

Oh, stop that. Oh, come on.

Unknown:

No, this is awesome. No,

Raylene:

don't do it.

Unknown:

You're gonna say orange? Yeah. I don't know. I don't know what side you guys are already wearing Mississippi.

Raylene:

It's two to three minutes in this room.

Unknown:

I mean, perfect.

Curtis:

I said, What's your favorite? I didn't say I have to be accurate or had to be your personal opinion. Wait. Yeah.

Unknown:

I think fits. There we go. Assume that

Curtis:

comes up in town and in comedy. You have to talk about politics as a kid you have

Raylene:

to talk about politics.

Curtis:

Like somebody that would for some reason, I don't know. He talks

Raylene:

about COVID and trying to kill his parents.

Unknown:

But it is dangerous like Mohegan Sun. I did a show there. And I just said the word Trump and I you know, most of my jokes because I'm in New York with a bunch of liberals. It's usually poking fun, right? at a liberal mindset. But I did it in Connecticut and just saying the word Trump you get people who like change they change the energy into like his passion away.

Raylene:

Hot dogs or hamburgers?

Unknown:

Oh, hamburgers, for sure. cat or dog person, dog.

Steve:

When you're on stage? Are you mic stand or wireless mic?

Raylene:

You know that? That's two different like there's another option, which is a wired mic without. Because that's what they give you a common

Unknown:

microphone.

Steve:

If you don't want the standard, not gonna pick a wired, wireless.

Unknown:

I like a wired mic and I play with the stand a lot. So I like to have it as an option. I love to play

Raylene:

the extension of his penis.

Unknown:

Speaking of extensions, would you like to have a drink onstage or not? I like to have a drink because I like to write down new jokes. I want to work on a napkin and that's my cheat code. Then put that as the coaster so I like to drink Beyonce or J Lo ah Beyonce.

Bradford :

Yo Oh shit. You know, JLo listens to this. You are

Unknown:

like don't shift the energy in the room.

Steve:

Time to introduce herself to you.

Unknown:

is real.

Raylene:

This is a like a kickback. your other question? And this isn't really anyway, how did she introduce yourself? Did you say I'm Jennifer Lopez. I'm Taylor. I'm Jennifer. I'm Jenny from the block would you say?

Unknown:

He said I'm Jennifer cool. I was I always try to like play casual my Oh, like oh, Jennifer was it and that was it. I mean, she is that level of famous where like you just you don't know if you can say so How you doing? And it happens. I did a TV show once with a woman named Lala Anthony. She was Carmel SWAT. Amazing.

Raylene:

Wasn't she is she on the waitressing she was on MTV

Steve:

like

Raylene:

Lala is she from vanderpump rules?

Steve:

No no,

Raylene:

no well that's a different La La okay.

Steve:

I earned her job on mera and

Raylene:

I'm sorry if your name is you get to be confused with other law laws

Unknown:

or a law laws. I didn't know she was like a famous or anything. I thought she was just like another actor like me on the show. And I asked to use her phone charger. Oh, she was super nice, super sweet. But then we're talking and she starts telling a story about she was like, Oh yeah, I was doing karaoke last night with Drake. And she said so casually so casually named Oh, and I went and I Wikipedia to her. And I was like, Oh, I would have never asked to borrow her charger. It's, you know? They need a reality check.

Raylene:

Wait, what was what was her name again?

Unknown:

She cannot lie, Anthony. She can afford a car.

Raylene:

I'm looking it up right now.

Unknown:

That's what she's beautiful

Steve:

on MTV as a host, and then went on to bigger and better things. Well, she's

Curtis:

also just rich.

Steve:

I just forgot what she did. So that's what I said.

Unknown:

I would have all the shows.

Raylene:

I was just gonna laugh. It was the same La La from vanderpump rules. And you guys know that?

Curtis:

I can't even imagine.

Raylene:

What was the name of your? Was it shelf life on Amazon.

Unknown:

on Amazon. It's gonna come out as an album soon too. So be on Spotify and all that stuff.

Raylene:

And you're gonna be at the Mohegan Sun. What? 2021 January

Unknown:

2122 23. Yep. Alright, and

Raylene:

how can we find you?

Unknown:

find me online? I'm on Instagram, Twitter and Tiktok at giammarco serese. And that's with a G with

Raylene:

G ay ay ay. and for those of us who are not from Italy,

Bradford :

right si ay ay. Ay Ay RC o cerec. cerec SLR.

Steve:

We hope you get hit by a car you can.

Unknown:

I started with Geronimo.

Bradford :

Thank you so much. Oh, man too funny.

Unknown:

Geronimo g Marco. I was like, it was it's weird

Raylene:

because I know two comedians named john Marco. And I'd never met one until I started doing comedy.

Curtis:

Did you meet one spelt like this?

Raylene:

Yeah, no, same. Same. same name. My

Steve:

name is Steve Mills. No more than five words or letters. And there is a dual letter deed. So anything beyond literally generic white guys. Hold on, you expect me to pronounce it? Like you're aware when I'm working with my whole life? Right?

Bradford :

I'm hired h y d. But the thing that gets us the most is they do h ID and I'm like, no, it's h y d and they're like, like, Hi. Hi. I'm like, you can just say hi. You can just say hi,

Steve:

what did you like I just watched this thing on surnames on how like they literally started from like, just what the fuck you did? Right? No one ends in Cooper really Taylor. So there's those but I also learned that like, if you were like the crazy guy in town, they might call you like your last name might be loon or something

Unknown:

like yes, I wonder I wonder where the hi great, great grandfather's last name.

Raylene:

It was it was the opposite of the jackals.

Unknown:

Medicaid here. So it was a GI D in England. And it refers to a plot of land.

Raylene:

Nice. And then you guys became landscapers.

Curtis:

And your family probably sold real estate derived from land.

Unknown:

So for right 1414 generations ago back from us was William Hyde, who helps settle this area and he was actually a surveyor. So that did follow through on the whole lamp hold on this survey is short for

Steve:

remember when the interview started. He's like, Look, I've been fucking busy as hell today. Parent side family story.

Unknown:

In my head,

Raylene:

my mom's grandmother's maiden name was Devo and I found out at a family reunion that basically means of veal. So we're a meat family. Wow. Oh,

Steve:

you're a mill. So I assume I was a loser who worked in the mills.

Raylene:

Right? And then that would be you know, you could own it. Because I was thinking it was the other way around.

Bradford :

So what's to say about you, then that says that you

Steve:

are good when he wins? And he's good, good one.

Unknown:

It's very, very simple

Curtis:

to Goodwin. That was a good one. That was Wow.

Steve:

So he wins all the time. In a good fashion.

Raylene:

This is always a win win, no matter what he

Curtis:

felt like was the whole concert in here.

Raylene:

I'm just thinking in my opinion, a hot button issue should literally just be whether or not ketchup goes in the refrigerator on the shelf. We still need to talk

Unknown:

about that. conversation. depends on who you're dating.

Bradford :

I actually want to dedicate like a whole show. Not a whole show. But like a whole topic as to like things around the house that bother you. Like make the bed don't make the bed make the bed every morning.

Steve:

How does my trash fill up so fucking fast? Can

Unknown:

I start this with TP roll?

Bradford :

Where did the socks go? You put two in you get one comes out.

Steve:

I live with a woman. And like so toilet paper to me is a whole different world like, like what? That's one every 10 days, maybe two weeks. I put a roll on yesterday I went to take a shot today and I looked over I'm like, how is there a quarter inch left? I just put this here 24 hours ago.

Raylene:

My girls were all home for the last holidays and I think we went through like six rolls in three days. Now who is this like? The fuck are you bitches doing with this toilet paper?

Curtis:

Or toilet paper? And does anyone use wipes?

Unknown:

No. Just toilet paper. Clean.

Steve:

how fancy is your ask?

Unknown:

Where's the crown?

Curtis:

Do you guys not want your cleaned and washed I mean

Steve:

the papers been working pretty good,

Curtis:

but it's just paper you're not really

Raylene:

yeah, I mean back in the day they use leaves so I mean I feel like I'm an

Unknown:

upgrade in India so I wanted a bad day

Raylene:

I wanted one for Christmas I didn't get one I also forgot to put it on my

Steve:

left hand and indeed the garden has when you take this thing off if you put your hand just over the hole just enough to come out water pressure, there's your birthday

Raylene:

Exactly. But you're probably gonna destroy your bathroom.

Steve:

And you know wait till like March or April it

Raylene:

was the worst thing is right after you take a shower then you have to poop How about that anybody have to go

Unknown:

back in the shower running?

Steve:

And do I have to shit those are the two questions

Raylene:

you didn't have to share when you got in doesn't mean that things didn't change. Do we need a whole discussion on how anal works because I can tell you

Bradford :

Raylene chooses to choose your or use your option and then shit you either.

Raylene:

Listen, this is just for everybody. No, you either have to poop or you don't have to poop. There's no in between. There's no thinking about it. It's not like when you have to go on a long car trip. You think to yourself, I'm gonna go poop right now. No. You think yourself I have to pee right now. Do I have to pee you can always peel it off. You can always pee but you cannot prove unless you have to.

Bradford :

I have to I have to disagree with you. Maybe my body's fucked up because

Raylene:

I don't want to know why it was on I don't know that conversation or not.

Bradford :

I realized I actually have to do both just saying well

Raylene:

no that that will happen no but you have a sphincter at the top and a sphincter at the bottom. And until the top one releases you don't have to poop but you can always pee

Steve:

but always think about the process of peeing like it only gets worse as you go along hoping you're like I'm going to shit myself and then yes 10 minutes later you're like wow 10 minutes ago I thought to myself okay I'm gonna shoot myself again right would be an extra mentally gets worse and worse and worse and worse.

Unknown:

Mostly but constipation but

Raylene:

if you if you do that long enough you make it harder for yourself to go because the i'm not i'm going No, no.

Unknown:

No, you're already started down the road will

Raylene:

give yourself constipation because the moisture will still work its way out and then you'll be stuck with a

Steve:

when I was a kid.

Unknown:

I got

Steve:

it. I had a whole box of Raisin Bran. And I was like eight and I learned what brand does Bran

Raylene:

Bran will clean you out.

Unknown:

How good is a good pea after having to go for like two hours though?

Raylene:

You know what, guys? I don't know what it's like for you. But Has anybody ever had to drink again? Right? How about peeing after set?

Unknown:

Oh,

Raylene:

girls, because for me that's like a second orgasm. That's

Steve:

probably the wine having me admit this question. But whenever I hold like whenever I've take a shit really bad. Oh, and I finally get and I listen. And I finally get to go. And it feels so good. I go It's just what anal sex? No, it's

Unknown:

not. You see my

Steve:

cuz I never know. Like how Who?

Unknown:

Like who enjoys? Like that doesn't

Steve:

make sense for me whenever I release that poop. I'm

Unknown:

like, a lot of questions.

Keith:

Maybe this is the feeling was it

Curtis:

the release that you like?

Raylene:

It was probably the release but I think

Steve:

that goes into my okay.

Raylene:

It's good because they will learn. But there have been days where I have had to have a bowel movement and it hurt really, really bad. And I thought to myself, if I had had anal last night I would be blaming this on that. What are those little

Unknown:

beads that they sell that Lino beads

Raylene:

Yeah,

Unknown:

can you get them up here

Raylene:

right and and here's the thing here's I want to talk about this in my comedy show. My stand up comedy sex ad. anal beads are actually designed to stimulate the prostate gland. So when a guy brings anal beads home for his girlfriend I've given every girlfriend every wife permission ago These are for you not that we can't enjoy them but they're literally designed to stimulate the shape is designed to stimulate the prostate

Steve:

gland I've been doing fine the way I've been doing

Unknown:

that tingle right up that

Raylene:

you know that's what it is. That's what feels so good is that it's a big it's getting your prostate

Bradford :

was getting. So yes, gay sex is incredible.

Unknown:

Anyway.

Curtis:

No, this is not a no is not gay sack

Steve:

Brandon's face when his brain

Unknown:

is not it was great. No, it's not that you don't have a vagina. Very nice. Okay, like

Raylene:

you're messing it up. No, but it's still the gate or does not mean you're gay. If you want a night doesn't mean you're gay. Right? Of course you like to be petted. doesn't mean you're gay. Hey, please don't

Unknown:

what the heck is that?

Steve:

It's getting a fake penis in your ass

Raylene:

right from from a woman? Yes. There we go,

Bradford :

or know about both of your siblings. Okay, anyway,

Steve:

Brittany will never do this show

Bradford :

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Gianmarco Soresi

Comedian

Gianmarco Soresi is a stand up comedian who just released his first comedy special "Shelf Life" on Amazon Prime. He's told jokes on Netflix's Bonding, PBS's Stories for the Stage, Real Housewives of New York, and he was the winner of Amazon's Comics Watching Comics. He can be seen briefly in the movie Hustlers with Jennifer Lopez, TBS's The Last OG, CBS's Blue Bloods and he'll be in the upcoming Billy Crystal movie Here Today.