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Dream Jobs, 40 Hour Work Week, and r/TalesFromTheJob

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Transcript
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Welcome back to read it on Wiki, the show now Tik TOK famous for our MIT asshole segments.

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But guess what?

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Wicked maniacs.

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It's Monday.

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So we're back at it again with our bullshit.

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I'm your host with the

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most, for today's episode?

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It is I, the punny Pinoy

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John with me as always are my amazing cohost.

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First up the man who claims that Wakanda sucks.

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Let's start a cold

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Mr.

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Josh shell.

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What is good, John?

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I,

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have never claimed that once in my life.

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Oh no.

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everyone's going to get you confused.

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but what's up everyone?

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known

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Wakanda lover, Josh shell in the

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house.

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Yeah.

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I do love

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Wakanda forever.

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to round up the crew is the man who Dave Meltzer would give a seven star rating for shots and thoughts, head honcho, and Houston legend.

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Mr.

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Sean Salvino.

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What is good RO.

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What's up homies.

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, shout out to our new, , Tik TOK listeners.

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Let me know in the comments, if any of you know who the fuck Dave Meltzer is?

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I bet you, maybe

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like 5% Josh doesn't know, uh, I don't want to generalize, but

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Dave Meltzer is a pretty niche

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niche kind of guy.

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I feel like.

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I'm assuming wrestling.

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Am I getting, am I on something

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So, you know how like

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Roger Ebert is known for reviewing movies?

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no,

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but,

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He,

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well, Dave Meltzer is the rotten tomatoes of wrestling.

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Oh, that is a great tagline.

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he'll be like, yeah, this is good.

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Or this is not worth

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watching

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things like

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Yup.

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he judges matches or people.

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matches.

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Okay.

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Cause one was definitely more controversial

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Yeah, definitely

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the

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match,

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the match,

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So we got a very chill

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episode for you today.

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We'll start out with some catching up a few housekeeping

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items and we'll get on our topic

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for today's episode The 40 hour

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work week, the boys, and I will be having some discussion in between.

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And after we get back

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from break we'll hop on Reddit, where we read some stories from R slash tales from the job.

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So let's do some quick housekeeping items before we catch up.

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And we got this review from a listener Jade, gen 3, 5,

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8.

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They gave us a five-star rating on apple podcast.

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They titled it charming and wildly inappropriate.

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The perfect combination.

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It's just it's facts though,

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especially episodes 2, 5,

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Let's not,

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let's not remind them of which episodes are,

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unless Annabelle

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So Jay gen 3, 5 8 wrote the perfect

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combination.

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These three are so genuinely.

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I'm so glad to say that these men can and should keep their mics because it's never a dull moment laugh my way through every

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episodes and you guys deserve all die.

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Wow.

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I appreciate that.

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I

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kept

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my mic, but

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lost

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the stand

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as

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you guys can see watching on,

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on

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YouTube.

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Yeah, it's truly wild to just watch

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a full body shot.

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Josh just laid out

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relaxed.

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You

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got to get on YouTube to see this.

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You can't, you can't completely spread

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Eagle though.

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Josh

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No,

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I, as

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soon as I did

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it, I regretted

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it.

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wicked maniacs, let us know in the comments below what, where is Josh aligning left or right.

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You

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with what?

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oh

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Oh,

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please Don't.

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gracious.

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Uh,

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if you want to leave a review, like our

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awesome listener, J gen 3, 5 8, you can do so by heading over to our website@redditonwiki.com,

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you can leave a rating there or go to apple podcasts, Spotify, pod chaser, or good

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pause and consider leaving your boys a five star rating.

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It really does go a long way and it helps other people discover

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us.

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Speaking of discover, follow us on Twitter and Instagram at Reddit on Wiki.

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We're also on Tik TOK at Reddit on Wiki pod, and you can find us on YouTube as well.

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If you want to see our handsome faces,

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and if you want to see Josh keeps spreading those beautiful legs.

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So just search us

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at Reddit

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on Wiki.

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And if you want to support us financially, consider being a patron, not a Patrion, , support starts at $1 and it'll help us cover some fees to create this show.

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All links on the show notes, or you can go directly to our website@redditonwiki.com.

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it starts at

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a dollar,

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but it goes all

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the way

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to $25.

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Believe it or not,

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you could really support us $25 a

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month.

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You

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better believe it, baby.

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if you

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really love the show, really love the

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tic-tacs.

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Sean.

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Sean

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also wants to upgrade

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his studio.

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Yeah,

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well, fucking John has

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lights, Josh

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like an installed brick and grout

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in there.

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It's crazy

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this

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all myself

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I still have

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my, should be a regular closet that I shoved all my sneakers in

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and, uh, nothing hanging on

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the walls because we

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haven't painted

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yet.

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wicked maniacs helped

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me out.

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Do

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you guys love

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my take?

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I ashamed men.

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That's that's yells a vibe right now.

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we provided him that Mike to,

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Yeah.

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I didn't

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even buy this

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mic.

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Uh

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You

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should do a shear review

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someday.

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I'll

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I'll do it.

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I feel like

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the wicked

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maniacs don't give a shit about my shoes.

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No that's fair.

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I mean, I don't either, but

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both of

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you

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guys.

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Don't

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John famously hates up

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down

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sneaker it.

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So now that all that

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housekeeping items are out of the way, how's life been

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treating you boys.

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Well,

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you know,

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laying

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brick and

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stuff,

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it was

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hard work, so

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So

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if you want to see him lay that down shirtless, you can

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go to our $25 tier on Patrion.

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no,

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uh, not shirtless.

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I keep this

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shirt on, but

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nothing

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underneath.

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Oh,

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even better.

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really frames

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the, uh,

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the non-existent abs

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in here.

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big

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Canadian

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vibes.

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He loved to see it

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staying

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true to the

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hometown

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lumberjack

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Next week.

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I'll jeans, baby Canadian tuxedo.

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Let's

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I love

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the Canadian tuxedo.

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The D is

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that a style?

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You go, you

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rock.

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I

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don't rock

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it frequently,

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but I've done it a

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couple

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of times.

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I fuck with it.

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As a Canadian, I've never done that.

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It's

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a

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good luck,

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man.

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You should

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try it out.

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I'm not a jeans guy, man.

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I,

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I honestly hate wearing jeans, on

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my, on my

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legs.

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Let

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alone my body.

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They're just,

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well, I

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don't know what you

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call them when they're like, we're talking about all jeans.

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So it's like

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leg

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jeans.

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Is that what you call them?

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Pants.

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Thank

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you.

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I'm a

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All right.

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Technically you're not talking

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to G I mean, I guess

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Jean jacket, but

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technically just denim, right?

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Denim

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is.

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the, is the word you're looking for?

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Thank you.

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Um,

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Josh would be a killer.

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Fuck boy.

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Don't you think this would have, this was a potential

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to be a fuck.

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Boy,

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Josh is

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a,

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I don't know.

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I would say all

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three

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of us are too nice to be fuckboys.

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I'm

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also

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very

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introverted.

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So

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I

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don't know if

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you have a

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podcast.

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that, that

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makes it

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worse.

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If anything.

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We

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have a podcast

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where we

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don't

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see each other

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in person

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at all.

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We just

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talked to

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a computer

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screen,

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which

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I literally go to my

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basement

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and talk to,

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yeah.

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As

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John said a

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screen for

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three, four

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hours.

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It's

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not the coolest

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thing when you use, describe

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it

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out

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loud.

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Yeah.

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It's truly

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wild

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hearing that out

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loud.

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Holy shit.

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We're

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here for

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three to four

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hours.

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Oh

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my God.

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We got no

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fucking

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life.

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This

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is

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our

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last

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episode, guys.

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I actually believe it

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or not

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It's like a glass

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shatter moment for Sean.

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Oh,

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what the fuck were

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we

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talking

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about?

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was

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asking you guys how to fuck.

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You've been.

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And then you

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jumped into this denim

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bit.

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I mean, it was a

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good bit,

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Oh yeah.

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Did.

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good man.

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I, uh,

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the weather's been crazy

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here.

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It's

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been,

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, ,

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Perry would

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say hot, then

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it's

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cold.

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it was very

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nice

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and

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sunny

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last week

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and

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this week it's like minus

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20

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Celsius.

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So,

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my

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mental has

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just been,

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when

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that happens,

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is it like

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when

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it

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hits

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Negative 20?

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Is it like

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borderline

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snow again?

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Or

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is it

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still

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like sunny?

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It's just

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negative 20.

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uh,

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it depends,

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like

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we're

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getting

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freezing rain

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literally right now.

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but we

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had snow

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two

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days

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ago

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and then

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when

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it got really cold, it was

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just like bright,

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blue skies.

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It

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was just really

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cold.

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it's really

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hit

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and miss

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it depends on the

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day.

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I remember

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when I was so

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younger, I used to think

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like,

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oh

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my

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God,

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Houston is so

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unique because

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the

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weather is

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always changing all the

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time.

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by the day.

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And then

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like, I got

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older, um, the internet and

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people

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would be like, oh,

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Dallas says

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the same

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memes,

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I

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guess, Texas.

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And

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then

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it'd be like, oh, literally

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everywhere has the same fucking

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memes unless you live in

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California.

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everyone

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just goes through the

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pains.

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weather

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sucks

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wherever you

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go.

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Yeah.

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No matter where you're at, unless you're living in California

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and paying like

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quadruple the

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rent.

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No, they

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have some shitty weather in

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California.

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Fire season is the

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worst you can't live.

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You can

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literally can't breathe.

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And

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earthquakes,

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Earthquakes.

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Sure.

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I don't know.

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Fires are necessarily

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a clue.

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Like

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they're not

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a weather

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thing, you

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know, they're

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Oh, but, oh, it

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does though, because you can't.

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Yeah.

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And you

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can't breathe, dude.

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Cause how the

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air quality

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sucks.

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the

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everywhere sucks, guys,

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everywhere.

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Fucking,

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damn.

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if you're

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listening and

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you like where you

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live,

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weather-wise,

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uh,

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let us know.

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so

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we

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can all move there,

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oh yeah, that's nice.

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and

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you could really

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help us afford to live

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wherever that is

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by

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hitting our

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$25

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Patriot on tier.

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I'd just hate to bring it back up again

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or just

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let us live with

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you.

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So before we keep going, let's kind of jump into the topic that

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we're going to have today.

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But first I would like to pose you guys some questions.

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So when you guys were

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growing up,

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what did you envision your dream job would be?

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We're going

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full on

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depression mode

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here now.

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Huh?

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Hey, let's

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do it.

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not

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what I'm

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doing now.

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like,

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I wish I could be on the

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Oscars, smacking

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the shit

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at a

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crisper.

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I

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wish I could be at

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the Oscars getting

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slapped in the face by will Smith.

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I don't

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give

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a shit,

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bro.

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fair.

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Yeah.

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What was your dream job?

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Sean?

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honestly,

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I don't know, like

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a professional

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wrestler lawyer,

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Uh, what

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a,

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lawyer that

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also professional wrestlers

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you

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could sell

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that

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like

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lawyer

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by day

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crime fighter by night,

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and

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then

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They had, They

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had a guy

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in the nineties.

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Not

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that I

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idolized him.

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So one,

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I loved

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wrestling

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as

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a kid,

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too.

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my

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favorite aunt

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was

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a lawyer,

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so it wasn't, there

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was

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a lawyer

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wrestler in the nineties.

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what was

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his

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name?

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John

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Erwin,

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something, something,

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but

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yeah,

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his

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initials

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spelled

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out IRS.

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Uh,

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he was

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a

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big dickhead.

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I D

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I didn't want

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to be like him,

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but

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I wanted to be

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a

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cool lawyer.

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That was also a professional wrestler.

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how many

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cool

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lawyers

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do you

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know?

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uh,

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ju just my

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Daredevils.

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Cool.

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Daredevil my

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sister

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in law.

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so

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that's three that's

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that's

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sister-in-law's living

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half your dream.

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yeah,

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I

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mean, technically

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when you think

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about it,

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that way,

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that's

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true.

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She just needs to be a wrestler.

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Yeah.

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Especially

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when I see

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her paycheck,

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I'm

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like,

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yeah,

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that

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is half my dream.

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Huh?

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Your

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dreams, just the paycheck.

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The

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defending people is cool, but

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really it's

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Yeah.

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I want to

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get

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famous

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enough someday that you and John can

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do a tag

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team match in

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the ring.

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Oh,

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I would

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do

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it

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borderline

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for free.

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if

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me too.

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I'd be a

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jobber.

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oh,

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but

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we,

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we

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got to get famous

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enough so that it makes sense

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for,

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you know,

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want

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to see it

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yeah.

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Some pays

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for

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it

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otherwise it's too chubby

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Filipino men rubbish.

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Dude.

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I look like Rey Mysterio.

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If I ate

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Rey Mysterio, that's how fucking

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tiny

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it's tiny and obese at the

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same time.

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Holy shit.

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That's horrible.

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What about you, Josh?

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What's

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your dream

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job?

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it was in sports as well.

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not lawyer.

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but I

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did want to be a professional

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soccer player,

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for

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quite

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a

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while.

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Mm,

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I'm

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garbage

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now.

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I'm, I'm

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terrible.

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Terrible.

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Now

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my knees are

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gone.

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but yeah,

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that was,

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that was

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my

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dream job.

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I always idolized, Lionel Messi.

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So,

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played

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striker

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for

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a bit

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and,

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midfield,

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just like he did

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so

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big

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fan of.

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You like

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how messy hangs out with Kanye west

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now?

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Fuck.

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Well,

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like

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Shawn's dreams.

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They're go

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mine.

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I

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have

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no

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idols left

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will Smith and Lionel Messi were

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all

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I had.

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Yeah, I

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think

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it's a way in, on the will Smith thing.

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Yeah,

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actually I do want to get Sean's

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take on this.

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we,

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we also did talk

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for like

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10

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minutes.

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We

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cut

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that down to like a three minute clip.

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that going out, like

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for,

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on a podcast

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thing or is that just strictly Tik TOK?

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Nah, I was

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just

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tick-tock I didn't

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edit

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the

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full

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thing.

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Okay.

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Then

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I'll

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just go

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quick.

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I

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don't want to, I don't want to take over

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John's

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episode.

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by all

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means.

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Go ahead.

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John doesn't

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care

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less.

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He

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has

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to talk

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let's work yesterday.

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this is

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a

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whole

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two weeks

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later.

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I imagine

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when

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this comes

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out.

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So

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by the

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time

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the wicked maniacs here they are second I'm like, Jesus

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Christ.

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Shut the fuck up

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about

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will

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Smith,

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but

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I'll

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just go quick.

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I'll

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go quick.

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Uh, not the asshole.

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yeah.

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was

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that the

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best way to handle it?

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Oh, definitely

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not.

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Definitely not.

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over-sensitive

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uh, debatable, you know,

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uh, as

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someone that suffers from alopecia

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and

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someone that, uh,

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their

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hair was,

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uh

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award-winning

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and a

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part

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of their identity,

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you know what I mean?

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Go

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into that.

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But how

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your

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hair was award-winning

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uh,

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you know, two

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times

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in high

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school,

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a one

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best

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hair

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of

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my class,

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two

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years

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out of my four

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years

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in

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high school,

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you know,

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it's no big deal.

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People voted for it.

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Sean

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was

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homeschooled.

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I was not homeschooled.

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Thank

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you

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very much.

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I have the yearbooks.

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I

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could

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post

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it on our, uh, on our

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fucking,

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uh,

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Instagram

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or Tik TOK or whatever.

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It's

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very, uh,

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do

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y'all

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know

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that emo

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Tik, TOK sound

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the

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fucking,

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oh

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my God.

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Cause tonight will be the night that I will fall for here over again.

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Yeah.

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Very

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much that

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vibe with my

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hair.

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I

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had the

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side banks, the

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little,

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the fake sideburns,

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and

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then like

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a mullet.

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It was,

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it was fantastic.

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fucking

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mullet.

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You got to pull that shit on Instagram,

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bro.

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to

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know

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Yeah.

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You better.

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actually posted

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on Patrion.

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Yeah,

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the

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There you go.

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it or not.

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If

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you

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want

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to

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see

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Shawn's

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hair

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back when he

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was in

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high school,

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That's the one, that's

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the one thing that

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isn't a lie that I've said

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about the

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$25

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Patriot.

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If we, if

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we have somebody

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sign

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up, I'll put that

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picture up.

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Now

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throw it

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on the $1.

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I want to get more

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people.

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That's fair.

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If we get a

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hundred people

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on

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the $1

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to you,

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I will

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post it.

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You Sean as bait.

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So right.

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Let me ask you this now.

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Oh, D oh, Sean.

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You're done

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with the

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Oh yeah.

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Yeah.

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I want

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to be quick.

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I don't, I

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don't want

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to,

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the people are

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tired.

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It's

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been two

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days after we're tired of it.

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Yeah.

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But you

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know how the new cycle

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is like

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it's

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done

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now and then everyone in two

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weeks

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will be

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like,

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oh

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yeah, I

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remember

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when

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will

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Smith did

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that thing?

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Yeah.

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exactly.

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Um,

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I

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will say,

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uh, just

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my last

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few

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thoughts

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on it.

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I, I

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agree with you to a point

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I've

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had

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some

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time to think

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about it.

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And,

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definitely

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in

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our

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comments

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on the tech doc,

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they were like,

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uh,

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you know,

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maybe

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a white

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guy, shouldn't

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be

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talking

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about this,

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which is

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fair.

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Um,

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and I'd

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like to go on to that

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to say

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it was

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ridiculous.

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Seeing all

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the

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fucking

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white

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comics

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come

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out

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to

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white Knight

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for

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Chris

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rock.

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Like

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holy

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shit, guys.

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He is

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a

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grown ass

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man.

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He could

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fight

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his own

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battles.

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Comedy

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is

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not under attack.

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You.

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We're

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all fine.

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Grow the fuck

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up.

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Yeah.

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I, I,

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did notice a bunch of

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comedians took a fan slide, like in general, a bunch

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of

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like

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comedians of all

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genders and race.

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And, you

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know, the, the white men

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definitely

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stuck out

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more,

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well, our ally,

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all our algorithms,

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a

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little

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different,

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Yeah,

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it goes a little different, unfortunately.

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because

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um,

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Yeah.

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Really just stop saying that I don't hate what God does.

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And if

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you

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guys want

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to know what John's

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talking about, listen to,

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uh,

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the

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pineapple

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pizza podcast episode that came

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out on April

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1st.

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where he portrays lens.

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Who

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hates what now?

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Just

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get it.

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The ones on our bus.

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So to go, just to move on in many of us dream of

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escaping that nine to five grind, but one might wonder where did the 40 hour week

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come from?

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So according to Wikipedia, the eight hour day movement or 40 hour, week

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movement also known as the short time

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movement feels like it that's a dig on me, uh, was a social movement to regulate the length of a working day, preventing excesses and abuses.

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an eight hour Workday has its origins in the 16th century, Spain, but the modern movement dates back to the industrial revolution in Britain where industrial productions in large factories transformed working life.

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At that time, the working day could range from 10 to 16 hours.

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Not much has changed for me.

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Uh, the work week was typically six days a week and the use of child labor was

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common.

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The first country that introduced the eight hour Workday bylaw for factory and fortification workers was Spain in 1593 in contemporary

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era.

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It was established for all professions by the Soviet union in

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1917.

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So the move to the 40 hours was actually popularized back in 1914, were according to NBC

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news.com.

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The standard work week was actually six days and pushing to about 48

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ish hours.

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But it was that suggested by automotive industry mogul Henry Ford to reduce the work week to 40

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hours

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a

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week

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because he felt like more time on the factory floor was bad for business

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and would decrease employee

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productivity.

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So Henry Ford

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kind

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of

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You know, what

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hearing you talk

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about?

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This reminds

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me

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that shots and

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thoughts

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did an

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episode

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on

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labor

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day.

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And a lot of

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this information is

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kind of crazy.

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Oh, Look at you retaining some information.

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like

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John's like, where do you think I got this?

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you know what, that probably be it.

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That's why subconsciously why I thought about it.

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So this would

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prompt.

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than us president Franklin D Roosevelt to pass the fair labor standards

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act in 1938, which was part of his, new deal

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at

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the

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time.

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So this new deal, improved working conditions and saw reforms involving establishing a minimum wage and putting an end to quote

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oppressive forms of child labor.

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So that was kind of just a super brief information about the 40 hour work week.

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I told y'all like, I didn't write shit.

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This is the portion where I kind of wanted to have a little bit discussion.

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Would

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you guys, and I kind of wanted to hear your thoughts.

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we're going to try to make this as, as much as an open discussion as possible, but I do have some set questions that I did

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want to

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ask.

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The first

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one I wanted to ask you guys,

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did the pandemic shift your

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mentality when

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it

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comes to work?

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100%.

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I

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had just started

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my

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current job,

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and when

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the

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pandemic started, so,

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immediately

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like

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two weeks

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in,

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they, we

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transferred to

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work

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from

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home

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and I've never

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been

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back

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and

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it

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has

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drastically changed

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my,

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my

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thoughts on the

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classic

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office workplace and going

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in

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and

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wasting all your

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time with

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the commute

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and,

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busy

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work here

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and there

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when, when you're trying to look

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busy.

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and

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it's

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just,

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it's

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so much less stressful to be

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work from

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home.

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Now,

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that

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being said,

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there

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are downfalls,

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you know,

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you

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don't

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get

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quite the, as

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much

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social

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interactions

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as you'd

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like

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from

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home.

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but you

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have more

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time to

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do

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social things

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with friends and

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with

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family and

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stuff

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like that.

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So,

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it's

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kind of.

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uh, it

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evens out

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somewhere.

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yeah,

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I

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I'd

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say

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in

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general,

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I've, I've definitely done a 180 on

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the

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whole

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office culture,

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Sean.

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Yeah.

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I mean,

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likewise, I do

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not

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get to work from Um, but I've

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seen all my friends work

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remote

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and it's just

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been like,

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Ryan is

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big on

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Like always

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being

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like

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conscious of

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time

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and things like

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that.

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Like,

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Constantly.

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Hi,

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no,

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wa he likes to

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watch those

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videos that are like,

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say,

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there's only this many weeks in

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your life and you've

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lived

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this

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man,

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you know, those types of videos,

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like that

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really

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Fucks with his brain and

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Motivates him.

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to like

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Yolo and live life, how he

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wants to

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live life and shit.

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and

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, I would always think about that too.

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Like,

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whenever

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you watch those video tells you how much time you fucking

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waste, , driving,

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Yeah.

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time you have in

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your car,

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or

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like

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how much

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time you

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spend with your coworkers, as

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opposed to spending time with your family,

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like your parents

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and your,

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you know, the family that

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you've made

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and

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just

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shit like that.

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And it's just

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like,

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oh

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my

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God,

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, that's fucking

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ridiculous.

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And

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then COVID happens.

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And then you're like,

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wait,

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we could just fucking

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take all that

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shit

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out and then

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spend

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all that, all that

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time

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with.

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the people that we want to

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spend the time.

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I mean, yes, you're working at

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home and

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doing

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work,

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but you're

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like

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at least

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physically in the

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same

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realm

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Yeah.

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And

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you'd

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have

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lunch together.

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Take breaks together,

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go on walks

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when you're taking those

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breaks

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um, during the

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pandemic

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at

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certain points,

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my

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girlfriend who does

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teach,

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she

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was teaching

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from

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home.

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And so,

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as

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I

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said,

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we

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were both home, you

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know, we'd have lunch

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together.

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It was nice.

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We

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go

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on

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walks,

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at

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certain points

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during

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the

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day when

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she

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had time off and

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it was nice.

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Like

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you

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get

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to spend

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real

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quality

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time with

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someone

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rather

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than getting

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home from,

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uh, a

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tiring

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Workday

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commute,

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and then

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just

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kind

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of

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flopping

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yourself on the

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couch

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and watching

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TV and then going

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to bed.

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there was,

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there

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was a lot of that extra time

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where you actually

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got to

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spend quality

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time with,

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with, friends,

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family,

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whoever

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it was,

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and

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kind

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of

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enjoy

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life or.

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Yeah.

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And you guys bring such a

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valid point when it comes to remote work.

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And it's actually a perfect segue to the next question that I had for you guys.

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So besides, you know, remote work, being considered a norm, and again, sorry, Sean, that you didn't get to

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experience that.

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What would you like

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to see

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change in either the workplace or

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kind of like the trend towards how the workplace is going to be like

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moving

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forward

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it

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just seems like the trend is more and more

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places

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are foregoing,

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buying

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office

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buildings that

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are renting

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office

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space and being like,

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well, if everyone's getting all their shit.

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Remote.

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There's no need

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for this.

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hopefully that trend

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continues even

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after, COVID.

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I

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mean, COVID is

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never ending, but when

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COVID

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is less of

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a

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a threat,

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you know what I

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mean?

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When

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it's more

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flu, like,

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so hopefully that

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continues happening.

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Uh,

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the remote jobs are plentiful,

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so,

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I just hope that trend continues in a

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kind of be like, yo my

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God, dude, I'm trying to,

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I didn't even take it a step

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further and say,

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um,

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I've

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been

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a

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pro four

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day workweek

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guy

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for awhile.

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I'm

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oh my guy

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I, you don't know how many times I pitched that so

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many

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times already

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there,

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there

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are

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some weeks

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where, where,

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yeah,

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five

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days a week, I

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might have to

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work because,

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because

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I have

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stuff

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to do, but

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there are,

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there are

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some

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weeks where

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it's

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like,

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okay, I'm

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doing

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this

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because

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not because I have

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to,

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but because

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I

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have

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to find

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something

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to

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do,

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you

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know?

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And

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so you're, you're making busy

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work for yourself.

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Um,

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now that's

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like I

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said,

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not

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every

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week,

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but

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there are,

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there are

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a

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lot of jobs where I

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feel

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don't

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require

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40 hours

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a

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week.

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You

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could,

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you could do.

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Whatever

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32 or

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however many,

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You

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cut

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it

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down to

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in a

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four

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day week.

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And

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I

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don't

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know

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about you

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guys, but

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three day weeks.

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And like we

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just

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talked

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about,

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it's

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going to be Easter coming up here.

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those

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are the best

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weeks when, when

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you

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have

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a

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three-day

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three-day

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weekend

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and a four

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day work

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week,

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you

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have so,

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so much

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more

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time to

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do

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stuff you have

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Saturday

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to

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kind of

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get your shit together,

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chores,

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and then

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you got

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Sunday to chill.

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Do, do go,

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go do

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something.

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And

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then you got

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Monday off

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or Friday off,

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whatever it

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happens

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to

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be.

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And

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it's

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the

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best.

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Like,

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you

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feel so much more rested

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going

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into

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that,

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workweek and

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so much

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more rejuvenated

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and ready

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to

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tackle

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any problems

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that

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you have

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rather

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than,

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do

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all your chores Saturday,

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freak out,

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cause tomorrow's

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work week

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and

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just

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never come down

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from

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the

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stress Sunday, scaries.

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so

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yeah,

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a big pro advocate for, uh, for four day work

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weeks

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And you know, it's crazy.

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Cause every time we would have like, three-day weekends that Monday coming back or that Tuesday coming back,

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those are usually my most

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productive days.

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Cause I would just sit down and

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just be

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like, okay,

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there were emails that came over to over Friday or like, you know, Saturday and

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Sunday

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I need to be focused and

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get the shit done.

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And those days

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yes,

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they

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suck.

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But

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I probably be knock all those emails out because I'm like, laser-focused like, oh, this shit just has to be

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done instead of just a regular

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week.

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It's just like, fuck it's Monday again.

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Uh, I'm pissed

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off.

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Let me just kind of like drag the work and then, you know, it extends you're pretty much day wasting

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around

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kind of

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like idling instead of just be like, alright, I only have four days

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to work

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with this

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week.

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I gotta be focused.

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yeah,

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no,

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a hundred percent.

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And,

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when

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you

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go into work,

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that,

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day,

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you

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know,

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you

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have work

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to do,

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whereas

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not

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every

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Monday going

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into work.

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You're like, ah, I don't know.

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Like I

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don't really

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have,

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like, I

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don't

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have

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meetings yet.

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Like

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I

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don't

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really

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have

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any

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work built up

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to

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do

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that

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day

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until

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you

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have

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your

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afternoon meeting

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and you're like,

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oh, okay, I'll

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do this now.

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And then

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Tuesday's usually

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your

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more productive

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day

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anyway.

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Now

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this

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is the caveat

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of

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office jobs.

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I guess

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we should

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clarify.

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There

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are many

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trades

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jobs

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and,

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and,

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you

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know, work

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with your

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hand

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re

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quote

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unquote, real jobs.

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where

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you're

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working with

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your hands,

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which like my

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dad does and my brother.

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and so I guess

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caveat is a

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lot of this stuff

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wouldn't

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translate,

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but

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you could,

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you could

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find ways to make

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those jobs,

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easier to,

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I

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don't,

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I

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don't know

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how,

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but

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fucking capitalism.

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okay.

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Let me pose this question.

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So it seems like four day work

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week is kind of like something that you would want to see implemented someday.

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Josh.

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So what initiatives do you think employers can provide to either a retain talent

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or B keep their talent engaged?

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Like the people they have?

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Like how did he keep them engaged

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being

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an employee?

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This is my HR.

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Just

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like fucking getting excited

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talking about this with you guys, by the way.

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I

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feel like

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this

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is yeah.

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Company interview

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after,

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at

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like a, like an exit interview or something.

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Yes,

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I do those too

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many times.

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You?

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yeah,

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this

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is

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Sean and Maya's last episode.

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Uh,

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I mean,

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the biggest

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thing is,

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and

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the

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most obvious

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thing is just fucking

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pay people.

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you

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know, cost

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of

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living

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has

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shot up, especially

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recently,

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inflation

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is

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a

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fucking bitch.

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And I,

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I have

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lots

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of

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thoughts

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on

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that,

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but we

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won't

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get

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into that.

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But

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anyway,

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like inflation

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and, and

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housing

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and

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goddamn,

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everything

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is

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getting so much

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more expensive,

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but

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you

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know,

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the

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salaries

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are

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relatively

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the same

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and

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it's

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like, how are we

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supposed to

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survive

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on

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this?

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So

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the biggest thing is to

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keep employees

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is

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to

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just

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fucking pay them

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what

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they're

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worth.

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yeah,

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if

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you do that,

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you'll

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keep

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most

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of your

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employees

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happy.

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because

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even

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if they get annoyed,

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there'll

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be

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like, oh,

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at

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least I

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can

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go

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home

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knowing

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that I've saved

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a

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little bit month,

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uh, money

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this week.

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And, I

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don't

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have

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to worry

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about food

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rent,

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all that kind of

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shit.

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Whereas

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nowadays it's

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like,

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I got

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a hold

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this

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paycheck

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for this long because

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my

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rent's

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due

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in a

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couple

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of weeks and

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I won't

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get my

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next

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paycheck until

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after

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that,

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you know,

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it's like, you're

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doing all this

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mental

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gymnastics to try and figure

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out,

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bills and shit.

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Whereas

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if people

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just

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got paid,

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what

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they're worth

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and

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what

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inflation

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has gone up

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then

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a, you know,

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a

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little less stress

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on

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the middle-class middle lower class,

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people.

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So

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that's

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my biggest answer.

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I don't,

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I'm

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sure there's

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tons

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of

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incentives.

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People could

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offer

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a

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free healthcare dental.

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I

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don't know.

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I'm

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not an HR,

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so

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this is not my

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job.

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I

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mean, yeah,

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it's, it's the same thing, you know,

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kind of ask,

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oh, why are all

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these

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people

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leaving?

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Oh, they can get

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like a

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15% pay raise

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if they

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fucking

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move.

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Well,

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of

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course they would

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move.

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So

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do all the time.

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that, I

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want to say that's what most

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millennials.

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do

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Yeah.

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and rightfully,

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rightfully so.

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and gen

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Z, for

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sure.

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just, get

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what you're worth,

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interview nonstop, get what you're worth.

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And,

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uh,

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all you could do

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is

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let

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them

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know, Hey, I got offered

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this much

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balls in your court.

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If you think I'm worth that much.

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I'll

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stay whatever,

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you don't

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owe

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your company

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anything

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more than

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your

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40

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hours a week,

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like

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you're not

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tied

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to that.

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if

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you can

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find a better

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working

Speaker:

condition,

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a better

Speaker:

pay raise,

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don't

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feel

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obligated to stay

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where you are

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and you can

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absolutely move

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on.

Speaker:

If

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they're

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not

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willing to

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pay,

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provide you

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with

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what you

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require

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or what, what,

Speaker:

someone

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else is

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willing to pay you.

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so

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don't,

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feel trapped in the

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corporate world.

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millennials and

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gen

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Zs boomers

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are mostly.

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yeah.

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Let them

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die.

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All

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right.

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So

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I didn't say

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that.

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Jesus Christ.

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of the workplace.

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Damn chill.

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Okay.

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So there's, there's, there's, actually a big

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reason

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why I kind of set you guys up for those

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questions, because the last one I kind of wanted to ask

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you is going to be a

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little

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bit on

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topic.

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So let's say the cultivate

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network or read it on Wiki becomes this global

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empire.

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Right.

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And we ended up having some employees,

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what would be the work

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condition like at our quote,

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unquote HQ, think benefits,

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think hours that they got to work, go wild.

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It's as far as your imagined

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can take you

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Oh, man.

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It depends on what

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kind

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of a

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content we're

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putting

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out.

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Like

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if

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we're doing

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more episodes or whatever,

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but,

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yeah.

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like, like pretend, pretend we're

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um,

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we're an entertainment or like a media

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company, like a

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full-blown

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media.

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right.

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I'd

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say

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make

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your

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own hours is a big one.

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Yeah.

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as long as

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you're hitting your objective, I don't care how

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long you fucking work

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yeah,

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we'll set

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a deadline

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for a project

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and

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if you

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want to work

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fucking

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9:00

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PM

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till 5:00

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AM, because

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that's

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when

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you

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like

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to work.

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Yeah.

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What a

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fuck,

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whatever.

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as long

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as it's

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done.

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yeah, I think,

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ours would be a

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lot more

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flexible,

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probably dependent,

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like,

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uh,

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like

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I said,

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depending

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on

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we might

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work

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ourselves a bit more than

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we

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work

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if we

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had employees,

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but

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that's because it's

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our

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company,

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we have, we're

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a bit more invested

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in

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it.

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You

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know what

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I

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mean?

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So,

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Yeah,

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I'd probably

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limit myself to 40 hours maximum.

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and

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then

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any

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other

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employees,

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probably four days

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a week,

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like

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I said,

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depending on

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what we have, but we have an

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editor or a

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researcher

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or

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something like that,

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just, work

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this

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amount of hours

Speaker:

this week.

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these

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are

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the deadlines

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for the project.

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If

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you

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get them done,

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then

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that's

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awesome.

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What about

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That's

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my,

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that's

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it.

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That's my

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only a

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rules.

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Hey, that's that sounds like a fucking good

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ass company

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to

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work for.

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Yeah.

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Honestly,

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just get your

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shit done.

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I

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mean,

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we're a fucking, I mean,

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I'm

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a

Speaker:

fucking

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podcast us, I

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don't know.

Speaker:

The ins

Speaker:

and

Speaker:

outs

Speaker:

of what it takes to

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run

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an entertainment firm.

Speaker:

But I

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mean,

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I imagine, as long as everybody,

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you know, research

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send a new research, so

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the

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podcasters can record

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their

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podcast on time,

Speaker:

social

Speaker:

media

Speaker:

managers,

Speaker:

make

Speaker:

sure

Speaker:

you're getting your

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post out whenever

Speaker:

you

Speaker:

schedule

Speaker:

your automated

Speaker:

social media

Speaker:

scheduler

Speaker:

thing, or,

Speaker:

you know, just

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everybody makes sure you're

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fucking doing the job that you know,

Speaker:

you're hired for.

Speaker:

We're not asking

Speaker:

for anything more.

Speaker:

We're not

Speaker:

asking to

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be

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innovative.

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probably should be our

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job as

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the,

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as the bosses or

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whatever.

Speaker:

Uh,

Speaker:

so

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yeah,

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just

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40

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hours a week, Who cares?

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just get your

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shit down

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as we

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can come up to a deadline.

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If the

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deadline.

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is too

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close,

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Well, if I can negotiate

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a

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way that it works out for

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everybody.

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But

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I

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mean

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like there's

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no

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busy work will be so

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unnecessary at

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any

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any

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kind of

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work

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hours that don't work for.

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You

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will be unnecessary.

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I don't know.

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It's

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just,

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I would want to treat my

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employees how I would want to be treated

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Oh,

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freedom to

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do as I

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please, you know,

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Yeah.

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like,

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I

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don't

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know

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if this is

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hypothetical.

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If we had

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a studio or

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something,

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we'd only

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require

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certain people in

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for

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like recording and

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then everyone could

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do like

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editing, researching whatever

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from home.

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So,

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it

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would not be a,

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you have

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to come in and do an office

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kind

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of thing

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every

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day.

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if anything,

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the

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studio could

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just

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be

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an

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option

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for the

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people that want to

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do

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that.

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true, yeah.

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If you

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find

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working

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in office works

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better for

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you,

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we'll

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have,

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we'd

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have space for that.

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and

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then

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we'd obviously

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have to

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go in to

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record an episode or

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whatever,

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and we

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batch

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record

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anyway.

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So

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that might

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even just be one

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day.

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Yeah, that's true.

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Cause my ass would never show up

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anyways, besides recording

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time.

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honestly like,

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what do

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you call it, Jake and Amir for, from

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head gum,

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you know, when

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they w when

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they were before, you know, before COVID,

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they had

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like times

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in

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their

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years where they were

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doing

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the

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podcast on like Eastern

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west

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coast,

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before zoom

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was a thing.

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So

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they would fly in batch

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record for a day

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just, you know,

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if we're

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being honest, that's

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how

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we'd

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have

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to do it anyway.

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Cause

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I'm in

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Canada,

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True.

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probably fly

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in

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for

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a

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week

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and

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we'd figure it

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out.

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shit.

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I wouldn't

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mind fucking

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flying into SIM

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the most central area

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of fucking

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Chicago for, uh,

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a couple of

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days,

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every, every two or three

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weeks.

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knock it out.

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Yeah.

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or Austin,

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Texas to make you feel more comfortable.

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Josh.

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yeah, we'll borrow Joe's

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studio,

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you know,

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Too close to Joe.

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well, I do appreciate

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that conversation.

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So I, the only reason why I really wanted to ask that

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because I'm not saying that we're getting

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to Bible or to a point that

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but think big, you know what I'm saying?

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Like we never know that could be

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possible for us.

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I mean, we.

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definitely did think we were gonna hit 25,000

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downloads.

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And

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I mean,

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honestly, we didn't even think we were going to hit, uh,

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w what the fuck is

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the

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math y'all know I'm bad at math,

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17,000

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downloads in

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in

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a month.

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I think we're we're

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probably,

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yeah.

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And in one month,

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it's

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crazy.

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ridiculous.

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That's more than our

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whole

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other time that we've

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existed.

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I was, I was going

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to say that's

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dealt more than double

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what we had

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before, if you

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think about it.

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Yeah,

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Yeah.

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also true.

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So it's just, yeah,

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it's it's, not like

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we're getting too big for our

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britches, but it's just like, oh, why

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not dream big, you

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exactly.

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Why not

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us?

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if that

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doesn't

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work out,

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we

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can all become a

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lawyer

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wrestler.

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There you go.

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We had, uh,

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it could

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be a trios

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trios team right

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there.

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That'd

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be

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pretty dope.

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I

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don't

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know what

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our

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name

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would be,

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but we'll figure

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it out.

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I like it.

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I'm just picturing the gear right now,

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Some

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assless

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chaps,

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fuck.

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Oh

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yeah.

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Luchador, mass.

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So we

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can

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keep our lawyer

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jobs during the

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day.

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So

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no one can know our true

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identity.

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one can

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know

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You going to just look like legato they'll Fantasma.

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I don't know if you know

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who they are,

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Sean

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and for men next

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to you,

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there.

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I

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know they're on NXT.

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Do they

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wear

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assless?

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Chaps?

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That's

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they don't, but they just

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want

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ass let's stack.

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to say, cause we're going to, we're probably going to have to wear like some

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sort of a suit and an assless chaps

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with masks.

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That's

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going to be pretty ridiculous.

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Interesting.

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alright.

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I'll draw some sketches.

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So before we get into some Reddit stories, we'll be right back on Reddit on Wiki.

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After a few words from our sponsors.

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All

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right.

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Welcome back, Wiki maniacs.

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And we are now going to our Reddit

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section of this episode.

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So we're going to R slash tales from a job for some crazy work stories.

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Sean.

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Alright.

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what

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was your craziest work story?

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Oh,

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What

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have, uh, we have,

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uh, we have a whiteboard,

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uh, the, it,

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the

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whiteboard, uh, you know,

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fell

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Oh, no.

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And

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it's

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like a, it's

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a,

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large

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whiteboard.

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Very

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big.

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Oh, that was scary.

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Okay.

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All right.

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What was your craziest work

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story?

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This is from

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Carle

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double oh seven one.

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How

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a

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tiny cost

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saving

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experiment cost a company

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over 115,000 pounds

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of whiskey.

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I

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think that's

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the pound sign

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again.

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I'm a dumb ass.

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All right.

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So this

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happened a

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few years

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ago

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at a

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company, which I

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didn't

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work

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at, but I worked

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next

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to you.

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I spoke

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with the

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factory

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staff

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mostly

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during

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coffee

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breaks

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in the communal loading bay.

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The company

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manufactured

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various

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ceramics from plates

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and mugs

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to

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more specialty

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orders like whiskey

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bottles

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and

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commemorative plaques.

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They had been

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in

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talks with a

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big

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whiskey company

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in Scotland for

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several

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months to manufacture 250,000 ceramic

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whiskey

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bottles

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over the

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next five

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years.

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I regularly chatted

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with these

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guys

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from the

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factory

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floor.

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And

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some

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of them

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have

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been in the ceramic

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industry

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since they'd

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left

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school and

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what they didn't

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know

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about ceramics wasn't worth.

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Knowing

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anyway,

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after

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the whiskey company was

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satisfied that they

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could handle the volume

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of over

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1000 bottles a week

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and

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their

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quality standards, the final hurdle

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came down to

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the price.

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I

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don't know the

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exact numbers,

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but they ended up arguing

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over a few Pence

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on

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each

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one.

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I don't know what Pence are.

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Uh,

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to like a

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is that pounds?

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Uh, I don't know,

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a cent, maybe a few cents.

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All right.

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Anyways.

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Sorry.

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British

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comedians.

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Uh, Dewey shout out.

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Oh

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yeah.

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Bleyl

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England.

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Yeah.

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Uh, Awful.

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Awful.

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Hated

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that.

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I've taken it back.

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I take it back.

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Oh,

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efficient

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ships.

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Ah, fuck.

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Alright,

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top of the morning.

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Peaky

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four cane blind.

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That's Irish.

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Scottish.

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I

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don't

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know.

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That's

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a,

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I'm so sorry.

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I,

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I tried

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to

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back to

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this Reddit story

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anxiety.

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All right.

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Eventually the order

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came

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through and

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the first batch went

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into production,

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but

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the guys on the

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factory

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floor, weren't

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happy.

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They

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explained to me

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that in order to

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make the slip,

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the ceramic

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liquid

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cheaper,

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they were told to use less

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of one

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expensive

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ingredient and substitute

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it with something

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cheaper.

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The whiskey

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company

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was completely

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aware of this change

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as this was all

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part of the

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cost saving

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measure.

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this mold for the whiskey bottle was

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thickened to compensate for

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a

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slightly

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weaker ceramic

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slip.

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Oh,

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the first

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1000 bottles were delivered to the

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customer successfully

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and

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the bottling

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process

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began.

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Meanwhile, the

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ceramics factory

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ramped up

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production

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to around

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1200 a week

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in order to maintain

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an overstock

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to ensure they

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wouldn't

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incur a

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penalty, should

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delivery deadlines be

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missed due

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to a potential

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production or

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supply issue?

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It sounds a lot like

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a day

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job.

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Shit's supply chain shit.

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Anyways, again, the factory

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staff were not

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entirely

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happy

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with the

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product

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quality,

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but they

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were very pleased with the

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practically

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unlimited

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overtime.

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They

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could

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pick up

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about a month passes

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in.

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I

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hear

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some awful news

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from

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one of

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the factory

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staff.

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The

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whiskey

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company

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completed

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their first bottling

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operation

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using the

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new ceramic bottles.

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But once they'd

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been filled

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up

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and

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moved around with a

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forklift truck,

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the

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bottoms were

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breaking open

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on

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practically

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every single

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No.

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Still.

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This

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is only

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discovered after

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all a thousand

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had been filled with

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Oh,

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that's a

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but that's a lot of fucking whiskey

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Holy shit.

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production of

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the

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bottles

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was

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immediately stopped

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so

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that the cause of the problem could

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be determined.

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They even went as

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far as sending the

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bottles to

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be x-rayed to check their

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structural

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integrity of eventually

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I

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didn't

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even know you could.

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X-ray

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Yeah, you can see

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through

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them dumb ass.

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Jesus.

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eventually

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it was

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discovered that

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even though

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the thickness of the

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ceramic had been

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increased,

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this wasn't

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enough to stop the

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bottom

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from

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falling

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out after it

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was filled with

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whiskey and then

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moved with a forklift

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once it was boxed and

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palletized.

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So

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these were

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expensive

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bottles

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of whiskey, which would

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go on to retail

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for over a hundred

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pound, And

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practically

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all of

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the thousand

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bottles

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from the

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first

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bottling,

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we're now leaking their precious

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content

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across the whiskey

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warehouse.

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The

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following week,

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two large skips

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or

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dumpsters for

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you,

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Americans,

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uh,

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arrived

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or

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Canadians, and

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north Americans.

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You know what I mean, arrived at the ceramics

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factory.

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And the staff were

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ordered to smash

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and

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dump every

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single

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one

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of the

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2,500 whiskey

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bottles,

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which

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were still in

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the

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factory in

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various stages

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of production.

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Some are unglazed and straight out

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of the

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molds

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and others were completed

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with

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glaze

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artwork

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and stickers.

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I

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went

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outside

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purely out

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of morbid

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curiosity

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to

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see

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pallet

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after

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pallet of

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empty

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whiskey bottles

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being taken

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outside

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And each one

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smashed by hand with

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a

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hammer

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into the.

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Okay.

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I

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will

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say this.

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That would

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be a satisfying ass job.

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That would be.

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Yeah.

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that's One of

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those wrecking rooms, but, uh,

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Just baseball bat.

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Oh

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Fuck this.

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I

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saw

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firsthand

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what had gone wrong

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with the bottles.

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the

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finished

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bottle

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looked flawless, but

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even the gentlest tap

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with the

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hammer

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and the whole

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bottom just fell out as if it were made out of an egg shell.

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I know that hitting a ceramic bottle with a hammer

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sounds like a

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harsh test,

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but

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these

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were thick,

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heavy

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ceramic

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bottles, which weighed

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about two

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pounds when they

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were empty.

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And yet the

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bottom

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of each one shattered

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like a

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thick eggshell.

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A few days

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later

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production on the

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whiskey

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bottles

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started

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again

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using the

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original, slightly more

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expensive design.

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I was told

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that the product

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liability insurance claim was

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in the

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region of

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115,000.

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and

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most

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of this

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was

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paid to the

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whiskey

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company for the

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loss whiskey,

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but

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some was

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being

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paid to

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the ceramics company for the

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raw

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cost

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of

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the

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lost materials

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they had

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had to dump

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in the skip

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the

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lesson

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here.

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is

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to

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not be clever and to try and

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save

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a few

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pennies on a vessel, which will

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hold

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a

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hundred pounds worth of whiskey.

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Well,

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Jesus.

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Don't Don't skip out on quality.

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Yeah.

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Don't

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skip out.

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on the quality.

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Otherwise it goes in the skip.

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wow.

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How am I

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not, am

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I John

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Ah, Nope.

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That is a,

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that is a very whisky business that you are

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taking.

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If you do that,

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buddy,

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I, don't have a joke.

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So I'm going to do mine.

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What

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was

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your craziest work story?

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So this

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comes from

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the,

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subreddit

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tales

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from

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the

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job

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posted

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by

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foolish pheasant.

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the

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title is

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a

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lady got

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mad

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because I

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wouldn't

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allow

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her

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to commit

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fraud.

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You

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know, I

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usually get

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mad

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when

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people

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don't

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allow me to do

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that either, but,

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That's pretty fucked up.

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I am a bank

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teller and usually things

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go pretty

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well

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with customers.

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I

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worked a wide array

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of

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customer service

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jobs

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from Walmarts

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to

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movie

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theaters

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to sales

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calls for HSN.

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Working

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at

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a

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bank

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is

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probably the best

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so far

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because

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people are less

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likely to

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be jerks to

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you when

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it comes to their.

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Usually this past

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Saturday, I had

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a lady write a check from her

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business

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account.

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She

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wrote the check

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right

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in front

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of

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me

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when

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I

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took

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it

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from her

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to cash.

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Then deposit

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it

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as she

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requested.

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So they'd

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get

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the funds right

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away.

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I

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glanced at

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it

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and felt my

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heart

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sink.

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She

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was

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already back

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from a

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previous

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transaction,

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which wasn't done

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the

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way she wanted.

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So I knew she

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was the type

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that

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was going

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to be snotty

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about

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any

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little thing that

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didn't go her way.

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The

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check was made

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out to her business.

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Co-owner

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a

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guy

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and

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she

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had

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signed the back

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in his name

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when I

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refuse to

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take it

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and

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gave

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her

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another

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option that would

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have saved her

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writing slash

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wasting

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another check.

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She got

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huffy

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and

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said,

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it

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had

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to

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be

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written

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to

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the

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guy for the business

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reason.

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Okay.

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So he

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has to

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sign

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it.

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Otherwise it's fraud,

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Even if

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he

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approves it,

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if it's

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not

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a signature,

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he can come back

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later and say he

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didn't sign

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it.

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And

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I'm

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the

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one on the

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hook,

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regardless.

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It's fraud and I'm not

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doing it

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mad.

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Now the lady

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threateningly

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said

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she could

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go

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get him,

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but he

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wouldn't

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be

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happy.

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I

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just

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gave

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her

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my best

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customer service smile

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and said,

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okay.

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And

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turned

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around To go back to my

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station

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until

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I

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could actually help her.

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The

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funny thing is

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the guide

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didn't

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seem

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phase.

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When they

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came

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back in,

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he

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signed the check.

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I

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did

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their transaction

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and

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that was it.

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Except

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the lady pause before leaving, staring at me, like

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she expected

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an apology

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again

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with

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the

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super's fake

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grin.

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I

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thanked

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her and walked away.

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Wait.

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you made me read

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a

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goddamn book.

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Yeah.

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Sean's

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is not clickable.

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no,

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made

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me read a

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I thought it was shorter when I was looking at

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it.

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All

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right.

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My

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guy

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that was long

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know what?

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That's fair

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shot.

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And you,

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you

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would

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not read it either.

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You would

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just

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give it

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to

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us

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to do.

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I

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skipped my

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shit.

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I

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skipped

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my

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shit.

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I've

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never

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met.

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Well, now I've made, y'all

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read

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some pretty long ones.

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I didn't even skim anything.

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I just was

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like, whatever.

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The first thing I see, fuck

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it.

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I

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told you I haven't had time.

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to do shit.

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Okay.

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All right.

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So for my last one what was your craziest

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work story?

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So

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according to user twisted monkey zero seven, they titled it.

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The customer wants this account for being white.

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oh.

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Oh,

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I'm

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surprised

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you didn't make

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me read this one.

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I wanted to read it because

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Are you just going to stare at me the whole time?

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Yes.

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So

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I used to

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work at my local zoo at the front.

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Just mainly checking

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people in answering phones, filling out spreadsheets.

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It was a very simple job with good

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pay.

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On one slow day, we had a number of people calling in

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for some reason, normal questions were about prices, hours, and location.

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Can I speak to Mr.

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Monkey prank

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calls.

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The next call

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I got

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very Interesting.

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It was a woman who was

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calling to ask for

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prices.

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I go through my normal script

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of

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prices per age.

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She then asked me word for word, word for word quote.

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Is there any discount for a white

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adult?

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No,

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never.

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Well,

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I shouldn't

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say

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never

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actually.

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Definitely there has

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been

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Uh, yeah, actually,

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if

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you

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go

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back

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50

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years, they probably was,

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Louisiana purchase

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was one of them.

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she says,

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Unfortunately

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racism,

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not that

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long ago,

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maybe like 70

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years,

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honestly,

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how old is this lady?

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She

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might've lived through it.

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she might've

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been there.

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I was

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taken aback.

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I asked her quote, I'm sorry, I didn't

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catch

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that.

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And in a tote

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You

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Wednesday.

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white

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people day.

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We

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got

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an half off.

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Come on.

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white Wednesdays.

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You didn't

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know

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and

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in a

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totally serious tone, she said firmly.

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Do you have any discounts for white

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adults?

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she has

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to be

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old.

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There's

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no

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way.

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Ma'am only white children.

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In fact, all children, believe

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it

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or

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not.

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I have a discount on Thursdays.

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Toddler Thursday

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Yeah.

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now,

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now where I live, it's predominantly Hispanic.

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So not really used to interactions

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like this.

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I just ended up telling her

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as professionally as I can.

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No, I'm sorry.

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We don't give discounts

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based on race.

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That would be

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racist.

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Yeah,

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She, no lie tells

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me well that doesn't make

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sense

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and

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hung up

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Uh,

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pardon?

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Oh,

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oh, you mean,

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you

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mean not giving

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discounts

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to different races

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is not racist?

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Uh, I'm a

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little

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the math is not

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math thing.

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I don't

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understand the

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logic

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a map for

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me?

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to this day.

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I am not entirely sure

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if it was a prank or a legit question.

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My money is on the ladder.

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Cause she sounded like a typical

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Karen would.

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Oh,

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God,

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grass.

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Oh,

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Some people,

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some

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people.

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like

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how y'all two

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had real fun stories, just

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great

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stories.

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And then mine was

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supply chain, supply

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chain,

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and then

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just,

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oops.

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We wanted to

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save a little bit, uh,

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cut costs here.

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it, it,

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had

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to

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but let me,

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though.

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Sean

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yeah, let, let

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me

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explain in

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two whole

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pages I

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could've wrote that story in one

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paragraph.

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They

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cut

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costs on

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bottles, bottles broke.

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End of story.

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Oopsies.

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I am cutting costs by just copying and pasting shown or Wikipedia.

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So I read it

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and I

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am not writing shit

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today.

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I

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don't blame you.

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I

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haven't wrote in a single thing on the show.

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True.

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So that's it.

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This week we can maniacs, let us know your thoughts by

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interacting with us on our social media, Reddit on Wiki or Twitter on Twitter or IgG.

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If you have a funny work story that you

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want to send over, you can send it to us on our email@redditonwikipodatgmail.com.

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You can find us on YouTube and follow us on Tech-Talk at Reddit on

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Wiki.

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See you on Friday for another, am I the asshole episode?

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And remember

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if he saw something that kept you up at night, you must have read it

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on

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Wiki.

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Peace

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Josh.

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Thank